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The little NGO that managed to move an Israeli settlement
-Washington Post - Sun Mar 19 14:55:56 EDT 2017
SILWAD, West Bank — For Palestinians in the village of Silwad, the eviction of 40 families from a nearby Jewish settlement last month was a clear-cut victory. The way they see it, ...
Young Kenyan Athletes Prepare for Track & Field Championships
-Voice of America - Fri Mar 17 05:11:09 EDT 2017
NAIROBI, KENYA —  As Nairobi gears up for the IAAF World Under 18 Championships in July, track and field athletes are honing their skills and durability. Balancing school and ...
Marvel will portray Sophie, a friend of Mendelsohn and Falco’s characters, who’s troubled son befriends their son. Britton will play the lead, following her departure fro...
Marvel will portray Sophie, a friend of Mendelsohn and Falco’s characters, who’s troubled son befriends their son. Britton will play one of the female leads, following her dep...
Video: Trump/Merkel photo op as awkward as you’d expect
-Hot Air - Fri Mar 17 11:11:16 EDT 2017
Holy sour-braten, Batman. Am I right that Trump never once makes eye contact with her here, even when she suggests a handshake at 0:50? Between this and the GCHQ clusterfark, all t...
Uncle Sam’s intrepid scientists are looking for help creating technologies for low-cost devices that can detect the tiniest biological magnetic forces. Researchers at DARPA, t...
BEIRUT/AMMAN Syrian government forces battled rebels on the fringes of Damascus on Sunday, after the rebels attacked from a residential district towards a main square that is a gat...
Mohammed Mohiedin Anis, or Abu Omar, 70, smokes his pipe as he sits in his destroyed bedroom listening to music on his gramophone in Aleppo’s formerly rebel-held al-Shaar neighborh...
Mohammed Mohiedin Anis, or Abu Omar, 70, smokes his pipe as he sits in his destroyed bedroom listening to music on his gramophone in Aleppo’s formerly rebel-held al-Shaar neighborh...
A Map of Noisy America
-CityLab - Wed Mar 22 14:14:19 EDT 2017
Noise is part of the urban contract. If you want all the benefits of living with density, then you’ve got to accept a certain level of baby-screaming, train-screeching, neighbor-hu...
UCLA teammates see two sides of freshman guard Lonzo Ball
-Los Angeles Times - Thu Mar 16 20:12:19 EDT 2017
There is another Lonzo Ball besides the one whose face is every bit as unreadable after a spectacular lob pass as it is following a turnover. He emerges before every game after the...
Complete with friendship drama, a painful musical performance by Marnie, and a rare scene of Hannah and Adam interacting, this week’s episode of Girls, “Full Disclosure,” felt a lo...
Sometimes the din of traffic, jumble of subdivisions and overwhelming military presence obscure Killeen’s pioneer history, when horses, wagons and errant livestock once roiled the ...
Cubs rookie Albert Almora Jr. looks ready for impact role
-Sun-Times - Tue Mar 21 17:08:56 EDT 2017
MESA, Ariz. — The play that November night was like the player himself: easily overlooked in the din and celebration of the bigger names and the bigger picture. But if Albert Almor...
When Small Businesses Become a Gentrification Battleground
-CityLab - Wed Mar 22 11:00:26 EDT 2017
Gentrification can create some pretty unlikely battlegrounds. In the past, Berlin’s conflicts featured some of the usual suspects:  luxury housing, vacation apartments, rent c...
Clashes in Syria's Damascus after surprise rebel attack
-Al Jazeera - Sun Mar 19 05:24:40 EDT 2017
Heavy clashes rocked eastern districts of the Syrian capital on Sunday after rebel fighters launched a surprise assault on government forces there, a monitor and state television s...
No. 8 Wisconsin stuns Villanova as the first No. 1 seed to fall
-USA Today - Sat Mar 18 20:55:44 EDT 2017
USA TODAY Sports' Scott Gleeson breaks down how Wisconsin was able to take down the defending champions to pull off the biggest upset of the NCAA tournament so far. USA TODAY Sport...
After eight years of considering whether to contract with a single waste-hauler or continue allowing residents to choose from among three, a divided La Cañada City Council said Tue...
Presidents almost always hate the press or at least find them a necessary evil. Some handle the relationship better than others. John F. Kennedy’s press conferences were celebrated...
Why the bottle deposit is doubling
-KGW.com - Wed Mar 22 11:02:33 EDT 2017
If you have a bag of soda cans, beer bottles and water containers accumulating in the garage, you might want to wait to redeem them — at least for another nine days. The state beca...
An injury crisis has turned into an injury normalization in MMA. The sport is off its peak rate experienced in 2014, but card adjustments or fight cancellations are still all too f...
Donald Trump and the rise of tribal epistemology
-Vox - Wed Mar 22 05:03:04 EDT 2017
Back in November 2009, as the Obama backlash was just gathering steam, Rush Limbaugh devoted a segment of his radio program to “Climategate.” That was the episode in which a climat...
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