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If you have been living under a rock lately or off grid you may have missed the highly publicized story of a child in the UK named Alfie Evans.  To catch you up to speed here’s the rundown in a nutshell. 9 May 2016: Alfie is born in Liverpool to Tom Evans and Kate James, now aged

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The state of South Carolina will become the first state in the nation to legislate a definition of anti-Semitism that considers certain criticisms of the Israeli government to be hate speech. The language, which was inserted into the state’s recently passed $8 billion budget, offers a much more vague definition of anti-Semitism that some suggest specifically targets the presence

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A team of US Army Green Berets has been covertly aiding Saudi Arabian forces in their fight against Yemeni Houthi rebels, according to New York Times sources. A team of around 12 Green Berets arrived at the Saudi border with Yemen last December, despite Washington officially remaining uninvolved in the conflict. The commandos are reportedly helping Saudi

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YES! You read that right.  Tehran has been ordered by a US court to pay more than $6 billion to victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, despite the fact that most of the plane hijackers were Saudi nationals, and no direct link was ever found to Iran. On Tuesday, a federal judge in New York

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Tracking the true impact of influenza across the country can be incredibly difficult for a number of factors. First, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that the individual states are not required to report deaths related to influenza in those Americans over the age of 18 to the CDC, limiting the availability of accurate

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