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Nina Turner Considering Green Party Run With Jill Stein

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High level Bernie Sanders’ surrogate Nina Turner is considering an offer from Jill Stein to join the Green Party ticket in the Vice Presidential spot. Jill Stein has long been trying to convince Bernie Sanders to run Green Party, arguing the Democratic Primary was rigged against him, but Bernie Sanders opted to endorse Hillary Clinton to Stein’s dismay.   Turner …

Florida Announces 10 New Cases of Zika Virus

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Florida Governor Rick Scott announced 10 new cases of Zika across Florida on Monday. There have now been 14 cases of the Zika virus confirmed in the state over the course of the last week.   Governor Scott is requesting emergency response from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Of the 14 Floridians who have contracted the virus, 12 …

5 Dead as Russian Helicopter Shot Down in Syria

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A Russian helicopter was shot down in Syria early Monday morning, killing 5 on board. The Mi-8 transporter was shot down by rebels according to Russian sources. The plane was reportedly on its way to deliver much needed humanitarian aid to Aleppo.   “From what we know from information provided by the Defense Ministry, all those who were on the …

Zika Virus Confirmed in United States and UK

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For some time the Zika Virus has made headlines thanks to its prevalence in South America and the particularly gruesome side effects experienced by pregnant women. More recently it has made headlines for the potential problems it might cause during the Rio Olympics. Now it’s making news because both the United States and the United Kingdom have confirmed cases of …

Women Detained in Iran for Riding Bicycles, Cited Breaking Iranian Modesty Laws

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A few women in Iran were recently arrested for riding their bicycles in public and were then ordered to write pledges promising never to carry out their “violation” again. Women who attempted to fight the charges were promptly arrested by the National Council of Resistance of Iran. This is not the first time women riding bicycles in Iran has become …

Donald Trump Calls on Russia to Commit Espionage

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As a reality TV star with no political experience, Donald Trump’s entire Presidential run has been unprecedented. He has consistently pushed the boundaries of not only political correctness, but the limits of the constitution. Today he called for full on cyber espionage.   “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I …

Hillary Clinton is Officially the First Female Nominee of a Major Party

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It’s official – Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic nomination.   During Tuesday’s roll call Clinton earned more than the 2,383 delegates required to seal the nomination.   The moment’s historical significance can not be understated, as Hillary Clinton became the first female nominee of a major party in the United States.   Hillary Clinton will now go on to …

FBI Investigating Claims Russians Hacked DNC Emails

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The FBI announced Monday they will launch an investigation into the recent DNC email hacks, specifically claims that Russia was responsible. The Democratic National Committee has been blaming Russia since the emails first leaked, suggesting Russia was meddling in the election with the goal of aiding Donald Trump’s election chances.   The leaked emails cause an enormous stir in the …

Sanders to supporters: “Make no mistake, we have made history.”

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In an address to his supporters in Philadelphia, Sanders laid out the next steps of his political revolution. Sanders touted his success as a grassroots candidate fundraising from small donor donations of $27 a piece. Sanders announced that his campaign received a total of more than 8 million individual campaign contributions.   The Senator acknowledged the uphill battle that progressives …

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