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U.S., U.K. require airline passengers from multiple countries to pack electronics

The U.S. and U.K. governments announced today that passengers from select airports flying into those countries may not carry on almost all electronic devices. Newsweek takes a look at the details and suggests that officials would not say when the … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Reuters: Tillerson to skip NATO meeting, will travel to Russia

Reuters posted its story at 9:53 p.m. EDT. It notes that U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to skip an April 5-6 meeting of NATO foreign ministers for a U.S. visit by the Chinese president and will travel to … Continue reading

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CFL fans: What would Kaepernick do during the Canadian national anthem?

With news that former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is on the Hamilton TiCats negotiating list comes the intriguing possibility that he could play in Canada, if no new NFL options open up. And that has me thinking: What would … Continue reading

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Colin Kaepernick to the CFL?

Hmmm…now that would be an interesting move. Could it happen? suggests an important step in any effort to bring the former 49ers quarterback to the Canadian Football League has been taken. And if he heads north, so too might … Continue reading

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Neo-Nazis in Europe are easier than ever to find

The New York Times issues an important reminder about the revival of Nazism in Europe. It notes that the broader impact of these groups has been measured in how they have pushed mainstream parties in a more firmly nationalist direction … Continue reading

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Community college students more likely than their counterparts at four-year schools to be…

…hungry or homeless. That’s a sad statement. The details from Marketplace. A large new study sheds some light on the issues many community college students face. According to the Wisconsin HOPE Lab, two in three community college students are “food insecure,” meaning they … Continue reading

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Spare me the wailing and gnashing of teeth about the Russians and our election, unless…

…you can show me evidence that the Russians and the Trump campaign successfully worked together to win him the White House. I want evidence. And so far no one has any. If the best you’ve got is that the Russians … Continue reading

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