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Walt Winters

Join Date : June 28, 2018

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Paradise, California razed in unparalleled wildfire

At least nine people died in Paradise, California during the deadly wildfire that began on Thursday. The scene in the small Sierra Nevada town of 27,000 residents was hellish: a thick smoke hung in the air as rescue teams searched through the wreckage of entir

publish November 13, 2018 37
Bangladesh and Myanmar inspire fear with talks of “repatriation” for Rohingya refugees

Bangladesh is attempting to begin the process of repatriation for hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, who fled their homes over the course of the last year to escape the genocidal massacres and destruction committed against them by the mil

publish November 13, 2018 37
Judge reverses Trump’s lift on the Keystone Pipeline ban

A federal judge on Thursday blocked the construction plans for the Keystone XL Pipeline, dealing a significant setback to the Trump administration on one of its priority issues. Trump’s administration had previously lifted a ban on the pipeline, one that was

publish November 13, 2018 36
Paradise, California razed in unparalleled wildfire

At least nine people died in Paradise, California during the deadly wildfire that began on Thursday. The scene in the small Sierra Nevada town of 27,000 residents was hellish: a thick smoke hung in the air as rescue teams searched through the wreckage of entir

publish November 13, 2018 39
Federal court blocks administration from deporting “Dreamers”

A ruling on Thursday by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked President Trump’s efforts to rescind DACA protections, the 2012 policy protecting those who were brought to the United States illegally as children from being deported. The panel of three

publish November 13, 2018 32
Fake News: No, Sessions resignation does not portend a constitutional crisis

Is it just us, or is it getting awfully dramatic around here? While there are always a ton of unnecessary theatrics in the world of politics, the acting goes into overdrive at certain points in time. That’s about where we are in recent days, as the resignati

publish November 10, 2018 72
Amazon’s “HQ2” contest ends with a twist

It’s been over a year since Amazon began very publicly deliberating where to open a second headquarters, comparable in size to the company’s original headquarters in Seattle. Cities and states across the country – and in Canada – have been pros

publish November 10, 2018 25
Footage released of “unsafe and unprofessional” encounter between U.S. and Chinese ships in South China Sea

A transcript of communications between the Chinese and U.S. warships that narrowly avoided collision in the South China Sea a month ago has been released, along with new footage showing the Chinese Luyang destroyer’s approach within a couple dozen yards of t

publish November 8, 2018 60
Tallahassee mass shooter trafficked in online hatred of women and minorities

The shooting in a Tallahassee yoga studio on Friday, which killed two people and wounded six others, was the latest in a series of lone-shark attacks apparently inspired by misogynistic, white-supremacist, alt-right ideologies of one kind or another. From the

publish November 8, 2018 45
Federal courts block Georgia Secretary of State (and candidate) Brian Kemp from purging voters

In two separate rulings on Friday, federal courts struck back against Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s efforts invalidate thousands of voter registration applications, along with more than a third of absentee ballots. Here’s the kicker: Secretary Ke

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Nigeria’s military guns down dozens of Shia protesters in streets of capital

Nigeria’s military opened fire on Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) protesters during separate demonstrations on Saturday and Monday, killing at least 45 people and wounding hundreds in the country’s capital city of Abuja. An investigation by Amnesty Inter

publish November 8, 2018 36
FBI arrests white-supremacist group members for 2017 assaults across California and in Charlottesville

The last of four white supremacist suspects accused of inciting violence at political rallies surrendered to the FBI on Sunday. Aaron Eason, 38, a member of the white nationalist group Rise Against Movement (RAM), had remained at large for a week following the

publish November 8, 2018 42

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