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Tunisia Attack Could Be ‘Nail in the Coffin’ for Tourism

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

It’s already clear that terror attack in Tunisia will severely hurt the country’s tourism-driven economy.

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Tunisia Attack Could Be ‘Nail in the Coffin’ for Tourism

Man Finds Life’s Mission After Wisconsin Shooting Spree

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Pardeep Kaleka, whose father was killed in 2012, founded Serve 2 Unite, a nonprofit that works in the Milwaukee schools to foster peace through art.

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Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Met With Some Resistance

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Some couples who wished to get married after the Supreme Court lifted bans on same-sex marriage in states that still had one were met with roadblocks.

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Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Met With Some Resistance

Marriage Equality: Celebrations Erupt Nationwide

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The U.S. Supreme Court made marriage for same-sex couples legal nationwide on June 26. The 5-4 decision ignited celebrations across the country

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Marriage Equality: Celebrations Erupt Nationwide

‘Amazing Grace’: Obama Delivers Tribute to Slain Pastor

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Pinckney was one of nine people slain at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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‘Amazing Grace’: Obama Delivers Tribute to Slain Pastor

2016 Candidates React to Gay Marriage Ruling

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Reaction from the presidential hopefuls poured in almost immediately after the decision was announced.

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2016 Candidates React to Gay Marriage Ruling

‘Ask the Nearest Hippie,’ Justice Scalia Suggests

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The conservative’s latest turn of phrase in his gay-marriage dissent made a splash on social media.

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‘Ask the Nearest Hippie,’ Justice Scalia Suggests

Charleston, Confederate Flag, Supreme Court Cap Historic Week

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

From the tragic massacre at a black church in Charleston, to the historic rulings handed down by the Supreme Court, it’s been a truly momentous week.

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One of Escaped New York Killers Shot Dead: Sources

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

They were reported missing from Clinton Correctional Facility three weeks ago.

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Gunmen Kill at Least 27 People in Attack on Tunisia Beach

June 26, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Gunmen opened fire on Western tourists on a beach in Tunisia on Friday, killing at least 29 people, the country’s interior ministry said.

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