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Katie Hill

Rep. Katie Hill: A Victim of Revenge or a Pawn to Thwart Impeachment?

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Although Californian Democratic Rep. Katie Hill has announced her resignation amid the allegations of sexual relationship with a staffer in her office, she has called the move as revenge from the “abusive” estranged husband. Hill’s resignation has led many to speculate behind the ulterior motive of releasing her nudes and allegations of relationship with fellow…

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Elijah Cummings

Statements of Elijah Cummings to Recall ahead of his Funeral in Baltimore

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When Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings was laid down at the National Statuary Hall, it was an emotional sight as hundreds of lawmakers from both parties came together to honor him. The 68-year-old Democrat, who rose from dust in the Democratic Party, went on to become a key figure in the impeachment investigation of President Trump.…

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Medicare for All

After Ohio Debate’s Setback, Sen. Warren to Reveal Plan on Medicare for All

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After an eye-opening criticism on Medicare for All at the fourth Democratic debate in Westerville, Ohio, Sen. Elizabeth Warren will soon be releasing a plan on funding of the policy. The policy runs on an idea of transferring everyone from the private healthcare plan to a government-run health insurance plan, which comes along with several…

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Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard Attempts to Ride on Veteran Emotions Ahead of Fifth Debate

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Tulsi Gabbard, a veteran and one of 2020 Democratic hopefuls, lashed out at the former Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, criticizing US foreign policy for interfering in different regions of the world including the Middle East. Gabbard’s criticism came in light after the Clinton made baseless accusations against Gabbard, calling her a Russian agent in…

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US Troops

US Alliance to Gulf Countries in Question as US Troops Exit Syria

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Middle East is the most volatile regions simulative to ISIS activities that have already led to severe security and diplomatic hazards. The US, which has played a crucial role in elimination of the radical organization, is now on the verge of skepticism rather than appreciation that has pushed it to the withdrawal of the US…

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Immigration Policies

Another Death Raises Questions on Reliability of Immigration Policies

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After the US immigration policies were introduced, questions were raised on its credibility and how reliable the plan of the government is. As the migrants continue to seek refuge in the US for a better lifestyle, it is the migrants from MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, who have been severely affected, apart from…

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Ohio Debate

Elizabeth Warren Needs More Preparation after Ohio Debate Defeat

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Prior to the Ohio Debate, the prime objective of the 12 Democratic hopefuls was to outshine their Democratic rivals and emerge victorious in the debate, so as to garner maximum supporters. However, when the Democratic candidates came together for the fourth Democratic debate at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, no one could have imagined that…

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Will Joe Biden’s Campaign Benefit by Hunter Quitting Chinese Role?

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Hunter Biden has resigned from the Board of Directors of the Chinese company amidst the criticism for misusing the administrative power of his father and former Vice President Joe Biden for his own personal benefits. Now that only a few days remain for the fourth Democratic debate in Ohio, the segregation of the Democratic hopefuls…

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Blackwater Security Guards

Sentences Halved for Blackwater Security Guards Named in Iraq Shooting

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Three former Blackwater security guards involved in the shooting spree in Baghdad, which killed more than a dozen people in 2007, have had their prison sentences reduced by half or more, authorities confirmed Tuesday. The three Americans – Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard – were sentenced to 15, 14 and 12.5 years respectively…

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