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Divided but not defeated, Ukrainians seek to heal war wounds

Kiev - Kiev resident Anna Okhrimenko stopped speaking Russian after Moscow annexed Crimea last year, and does not think much of her pro-Russian compatriots caught up in the year-long war raging in Ukraine's east.

Occupy Boston's 10,000 marchers protest social inequalities

Boston - Wall Street’s most powerful person, Larry Fink says he understands what is prompting the Occupy Together movements, “they are not lazy people sitting around looking for something to do. People are afraid of the future."

US now more diverse, but belief in Christian nation rising: Study

As the US establishment tries hard to project itself as a religiously diverse country, the conviction that America is a Christian nation is gaining currency and becoming more intensified, a study has found.

Navajo Council Awards Presidential Endorsement to Obama

On Tuesday, Presidential Candidate Barack Obama received another tribal endorsement, this one from the Navajo Nation Council in Los Cruces, New Mexico.

Obama Nation Accused of Being an Abomination Unfit for Publication

The New York Times #1 best seller Obama Nation has been hailed as Unfit for Publication. The Author Jerome R. Corsi Ph.D., is accused of presenting outright lies within the pages of the book. Obama states he will not be swift boated by the book.

Op-Ed: Barack Obama Nation, Only This, and Nothing More

Vague but emotionally charged talk is an old charlatan's trick, used by would-be prophets to predict nothing and everything at the same time, given that everything's eventual. Obama is using that same trick.

High School Fight Club: A New National Competitive Sport?

“Fight clubs” in high schools across the U.S. and Canada have become a popular pastime for students. Children not only participate in these public brawls but are actually filming and posting the fights on websites like YouTube.

National Flag Day

February 15 was declared National Flag of Canada Day in 1996. It marks the day in 1965 when our red and white maple leaf flag was first raised over Parliament Hill in Ottawa, and communities across the country.

Kashechewan reserve may be facing another evacuation

Most of us are glad to see the arrival of spring, but it is not as inviting to some communities, especially those in the far north along the James Bay Coast.

Canada to help develop human trafficking manual for police

The United Nations estimates that more than seven hundred thousand people per year are victims of human trafficking.

Things You Can Blame on Global Warming

[i](Unknown Source)[/i] If anything goes wrong in your life these days you just need to blame it on global warming! The following is a list of things that global warming has already caused: The Saints' loss to the Bears The Flu Britney's crotc...

N Korea nuclear talks to resume

Six-nation talks on tackling North Korea's nuclear ambitions will resume on 8 February, hosts China announced.

New Orleans Fails to Meet Qualified Teacher's Goal

67 percent of those teaching in 18 Recovery District schools have earned state certification, a statistic district officials concede speaks to a larger crisis in securing enough qualified teachers.

New Orleans Schools Turn Away 300

New Orleans public school have placed 300 students on a waiting list while officials are scrambling to open additional buildings and hire more teachers.

Schwarzenegger: California Strong as 'Nation-State'

"California has the muscle to bring about such change," the former Mr. Olympia says

Louisiana Roads & Bridges among Worst in Nation

With little progress in the past four years Louisiana has received failing grades on road safety and highway construction.

For sale - World's Smallest 'Country'

The tiny Principality of Sealand. a former World War II fort in the North Sea, which was settled 40 years ago and declared a state with its own self-proclaimed royal family, is up for sale.

Update: 9 more bones found at WTC Site

9 more bones have been found on Wednesday, Jan 3rd as the ongoing search for the remains of 9/11 victims continues.

New Orleans Murder Rate 7 times National Average

If New Orleans on it's current course it could have a murder rate 8 to 12 times the national average.

Fast Food Nation, The Movie

Inspired by the incendiary bestseller that exposed the hidden facts behind America's fast food industry comes a powerful drama that takes an eye-opening journey into the dark heart of the All-American meal.

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