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Illuminating Conflict and Crisis

Great photojournalism takes our breath away with a powerful message wrapped in undeniable beauty. Recently, the work of freelance journalist Pete Muller has been doing just that for me. 218 more words


Museums > Starbucks+McDonalds

While doing some final research for my project, I happened to run across this article written for the Washington Post. It claims that there are more museums in the U.S. 392 more words

Full transcript: Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S. Perm. Rep. to the #UN, at Security Council Session on #Ukraine

U.S. Representative to the United Nations Samantha Power.

Below is the full transcript of remarks made by Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, at a Security Council Session on Ukraine, August 28, 2014. 1,165 more words


The Washington Post - Review of The Roommates by Stephanie Wu

Any day now, parents across the country will fill their minivans with hope and some stuff from Target and drive their amazing kids off to college. 52 more words


Islamists Not Islam; ISIS has it all wrong

With the onslaught of conflict in the Middle East, no one is that surprised by the rise of sectarian violence once again in Iraq.

ISIS, referred to in the Middle East as IS, or the “Islamic State” has ascended a storm of violence and inhumane terror upon the people in north and west Iraq. 597 more words

County investigation: Michael Brown was shot from the front, had marijuana in his system

This is from The Washington Post.

We all know that the information released about Michael Brown is a plot by the Honkey cops to discredit the little  495 more words