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World - How vital is Facebook for free expression?

Is your politically-charged Facebook post, an Instagram photo of your last vacation, or Snapchat account a vital, Constitutionally protected right, or a privilege that can be taken away? While the state argues that the law blocks sexual predators from gathering information on potential victims, the plaintiff counters that the sweeping ban constitutes an infringement of the First Amendment and puts those on the registry outside of political conversation. Interpreting the First Amendment has proven a daunting task for courts throughout US history.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  23:20


World - Why did a Fox News program host a Swedish national security commentator who is unknown in Sweden?

On a Thursday segment of Fox News` `The O`Reilly Factor,` host Bill O`Reilly directed a debate over crime and immigration in Sweden. On one side of the issue was a Swedish newspaper reporter Anne-Sofie Naslund, who argued against the notion that immigration was making her country dangerous. On the other side was a man named Nils Bildt, who was identified onscreen and verbally as a `Swedish defense and national security advisor.`

Sunday, February 26, 2017  20:49


World - Trump says he`ll skip the White House Correspondents` Dinner: Is that a bad thing?

The announcement, which came one day after the White House blocked a number of news organizations from attending a briefing with the press secretary, marks the latest development in the tumultuous relationship between the new administration and the press. `A few days ago, I called the fake news `the enemy of the people,` and they are.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  20:45


World - Who decides on US ground combat in Syria?

In coming days, President Trump is expected to decide whether to send thousands of combat troops into Syria to attack Islamic State. If he does seek to put so many American soldiers on the ground, the commander in chief must first get the approval of Congress, where constitutional authority for war belongs. For decades, starting during the cold war and later after the 9/11 attacks, Congress has steadily given up much of its responsibility to define the use of violence in the name of the American people.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  18:33


World - Will Tom Perez unite the Democratic party?

The Democratic National Committee voted Saturday to select former Labor Secretary Tom Perez to head the group, bring an end to a contentious race that pitted the more centric ideology of the party under former President Barack Obama against the progressive agenda of Sen. Bernie Sanders. Mr. Perez edged out Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota, who received the backing of Senator Sanders (I) of Vermont, in an unprecedented second round of voting, taking 235 of the 435 votes. In a nod to the party`s more progressive wing, Perez has selected Mr. Ellison to serve as deputy chairman of the party.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  17:45


World - South Sudan and the lure of a gleaming new capital

Morocco agreed to fork over $5 million to help the world`s youngest country decide whether it should build itself a brand new capital city. In particular, the South Sudanese wanted to know if it was feasible to pick up their current national government in Juba and transport it about 130 miles north to a sparsely inhabited, swampy patch of land in the geographical center of the country called Ramciel. Across the globe, from Kazakhstan to Nigeria to the United States, many countries have concocted new capital cities soon after independence as a way of quite literally constructing a new national identity – brick by brick.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  17:21


World - Businesses step up to help preserve Rome`s history

Barely a month goes by in Italy without a major archaeological discovery coming to light. For a country built on the remains of Etruscan ports, Roman cities, and ancient Greek colonies, that is no surprise. Italy is still trying to recover from the global economic crisis and struggles to find the money to look after its 51 World Heritage sites – the most of any country in the world – let alone the thousands of other, lesser-known discoveries.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  15:11

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