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Erdogan’s Security in Violent Clashes at DC Protest

The Turkish government and Washington’s mayor traded blame Wednesday for violence outside Turkey’s embassy, where President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security staff broke up an anti-government protest. The protesters were chanting…

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The Birth of American Nationalism

An American picks up a newspaper and reads of a new national crisis: Is it a foreign plot against America? Domestic unrest or violence in the streets of the capital?…

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A Sinkhole Sounds a Nuclear Warning

As nuclear facility accidents go, the recent one at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation on the Columbia River in Washington State was relatively minor. Still, some workers were hurriedly evacuated and…

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DC Police Camera Network Hit with Cyberattack

Devices that record data from police surveillance cameras in Washington D.C. were infected in a cyberattack days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Officials tell The Washington Post that the hackers…

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Yehudah and Shomron Leaders Invited to Inauguration

For nearly 50 years, Israel’s settler movement has been criticized, condemned and ostracized by the international community. But on Friday, they say they will be greeted with open arms as…

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