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Warplanes from a coalition led by Saudi Arabia have bombed the stronghold of Yemen's Houthi fighters with strikes targeting arms depots and military camps.

International, Military and Defense, War
By Contributing Writer - March 27, 2015

According to a new poll, Mrs. Hillary Clinton's favorability has dropped a whopping 12 points since November 2013, leaving her at a 26% favorability rate.

Political Parties, Society, White House
By Contributing Writer - March 27, 2015

A recent Egyptian court ruling that had designated the Palestinian Hamas movement a “terrorist organization” was annulled Thursday.

Culture, International, Justice
By Contributing Writer - March 27, 2015

In Colorado, where marijuana was decriminalized in 2014, a pro-marijuana group release a report on how new marijuana laws have impacted racial profiling.

Congress, Policy Plunders, Society, White House
By Contributing Writer - March 27, 2015

What defines cyber 'terrorism' as opposed to warfare might also be legally disputed since there is no concrete definition of what is fair in the cyber world.

International, Military and Defense, Technology, War
By Contributing Writer - March 26, 2015

According to reports, Universal Music is pushing Spotify to revise or abandon the ad-supported tier of its service.

Business, Entertainment, Money, Music, Technology
By Contributing Writer - March 26, 2015

On Wednesday, Arizona passed another controversial anti-abortion law.

American Culture, Health, Healthcare, Medical Care, Policy Plunders, Women's Rights
By Contributing Writer - March 26, 2015

The Federal Reserve Board committee is taking part in an investigation regarding confidential information that has been leaked by a private investor.

Congress, Finance, Money, Political Scandal, White House
By Contributing Writer - March 25, 2015

Why do Latino audiences read sources like El Seminario? Critics argue that crime news consumption isn’t a result of consumer culture, but producer culture.

Business, Culture, Entertainment, Society
By Contributing Writer - March 25, 2015

U.S. Representatives Sam Graves (R-MO) and Steve Cohen (D-TN) introduced H.R. 1528 to protect consumers from discriminatory car rental excise taxes.

Congress, Policy Plunders, Taxes, White House
By Contributing Writer - March 25, 2015

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