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Obama’s Vietnam Visit Raises Questions

Article by Richard L Johnson, Photo by AP President Obama is expected to visit to Vietnam on Monday, his first visit to the Southeast Asian country. Key to discussions will be the current situation with Chinese maritime activity in the South China...

Nevada Democratic Convention Sparks Controversy

Photo Credit: AP The Nevada Democratic Convention erupted into chaos Sunday, due to the problems during, and the result of, the convention. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), had more delegates into the state convention through various county...

Clinton’s Fundraising Raises Questions

Featured image courtesy of AP Hillary Clinton has recently come under fire by the political journalism organization, Politico, due to a joint fundraising effort with the Democratic Party called the Hillary Victory Fund. That joint fundraising effort...

Panama Papers: Data leak exposes tax-haven network

Photo Credit: AP Panama law firm Mossack Fonesca was hit last week with a data leak of unprecedented size, exposing a web of tax evasion that ensnared many of the world’s elite. The leak, 11.5 million files in total, is the largest in history, and...

Terror in Brussels

Terror and havoc flood the streets of Brussels after the recently launched terrorist attacks. In revealed surveillance images, a man wearing a hat can be seen pushing a baggage cart through an airport. This evidence is as important as ever as...

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