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Cleveland Hero Saves Lives

One person changed many lives. He took action. He grew up in a family and city that supported him and his quest to “do good.”

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Follow The ISIS Money

The lack of information about the economics of ISIS’ funding is puzzling.

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School Boards Join Lunchroom Struggle

​Students across America have been protesting that the cafeteria food is lousy even if it is nutritious under new federal guidelines. Now school boards are joining the revolt.

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Incomplete Stories And Media Bias

The press did a lousy job during some moments in our past and sometimes continues to do a lousy job now.

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They’re back!

Be careful what you post to social media and never, ever tell a fish story again.

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Clout Of Northeast USA Shrinks Due To High Taxes

If living someplace else was more affordable, plus you could cut your taxes in half, would you move?

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We Can Fight ISIS With Science

What is needed is to understand is what leads someone to commit violent acts.

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Blind Students Reach For The Stars

The challenges that even sighted people experience have not stopped the people at Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students.

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The Wrongs And Rights Of Ray Rice And Adrian Peterson

Let’s react with careful consideration, with the better angels of our nature.

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Has Kansas Found The Cure For Reaganomics?

It looks like Brownback isn’t the only one in hot water come November.

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LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – October 22, 2014

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South Sudan’s U.N. ambassador says his country is experiencing a breakdown of social values, and Sweden continues to search for a mysterious underwater vessel.

Obama Phones Canadian Leader Over Deadly Shooting

In a statement released by the White House, President Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper will continue to stay in touch as the situation unfolds

WHO: Ebola Health Care Workers Still Seeking Guidance On Use Of Personal Protective Equipment

Plus, The Latest Numbers On The Ebola Virus

State Dept. Won’t Rule Out More Kobani Supply Drops

Norwegian fighter jet assists 2011 Libyan no-fly zone

“This is a small amount of risk,” Deputy State Department Spokesperson Harf said.

Norton: Doubts Raised Over DC Marijuana Legalization Vote

“I’m not sure everyone is prepared for it,” D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton told TRNS.

UN in Brief: Calm & Conflict for October 22, 2014

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Ban Ki-moon leads in presidential poll, 2014 a ‘devastating’ year for human rights and South Sudan’s ambassador says his country is witnessing a moral breakdown