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12:05 PM - Sunday, May 24, 2015
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Vanessa Williams
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Iraqi forces "showed no will to fight" as the Islamic State militant group captured the city of Ramadi, and he rejected calls by Republican lawmakers to commit ground troops to the conflict.Read full article >>
3 hour ago - CNN.com
Police arrested demonstrators in downtown Cleveland following the acquittal of a police officer charged in the 2012 shooting death of two unarmed people. FULL STORY
4 hour ago - The Guardian
Party believes referendum bill could be amended in House of Lords to give more teenagers a vote, even if the move is defeated in the CommonsThe Labour party plans to exploit the government’s relative weakness in the Commons and the Lords to try . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Two Southern California men were charged in federal court with conspiring to provide support to Islamic State, the latest in a string of such cases brought around the country in recent weeks by the U.S. government.
3 hour ago - CNN.com
Julian Castro labeled the House Republican-led investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails a "witch hunt" and a "sideshow" from dealing with America's most pressing problems.
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
U.S. and Cuban negotiators meeting in Washington failed to strike a deal on reopening embassies, signaling that half a century of animosity will require more work to overcome.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Alana Horowitz
Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) all but announced Sunday that he is running for president.Kasich, who has several times hinted at a 2016 bid, spoke openly with ABC News' "This Week" about his efforts.More...
6 hour ago - The Guardian / Juliette Jowit
The UK oil and gas industry receives huge government subsidy, while support for renewable energy is cut. Is Treasury control of Whitehall fuelling a shortsighted economic agenda?There are no oil rigs visible from Aberdeen itself, but evidence o . . .
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