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This isn't 1968. Baltimore isn't Watts. And Hillary Clinton isn't Michael Dukakis.Washington PostThe two wrote remarkably similar columns this week about Hillary Clinton's response to the protests and riots in Baltimore. Both compared the civil unrest of 2015 to the civil unrest in 1968. Both cited Nixon's “tough on crime” campaign, which even … Full…

Identifying herself as an ambassador for God and Jesus Christ, a Nebraska woman has filed a federal lawsuit against all homosexual people on the planet for breaking “religious and moral laws.” Sylvia Ann Driskell of Auburn argues in a seven-page, handwritten petition delivered to the U.S. District Court of Omaha that “homosexuality is a sin…

A spokeswoman for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign dismissed former President Bill Clinton's remarks that he will continue to give expensive speeches, saying the campaign is "focused on her," not him. Yesterday, in an interview with NBC News, Clinton said he will continue to give speeches and run the foundation because he has to pay "our…

On Tuesday's broadcast of MSNBC's Hardball former senior Obama advisor and campaign strategist David Axelrod likened Sunday's attack on a Mohammed cartoon contest in Garland, Texas by Muslim extremists to other "mass murders" we've seen in the past 10 years. Axelrod also blamed "social media" for motivating people to commit these attacks. CHRIS MATTHEWS: David,…

JIM ACOSTA, CNN: And how much is your very tense and, let's frank — let's be frank here, uncomfortable relationship with the president driving your opposition to this? ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHU: Not at all. And I don't think this is a personal issue, not between me and the president, or the president and…

After months of "tough diplomacy", world leaders struck a preliminary nuclear deal with Iran. Chris Matthews compares Obama's struggle to get Congressional Republicans to accept it to President Wilson's failure to get the U.S. to join the League of Nations. NBC's Andrea Mitchell, Ali Arouzi, Bill Richardson and Joe Cirincione join to discuss. Full News…

The Middle East Theater in World War I: Mesopotamia 1915 British Troops in Mesopotamia Advancing on Kut al Amara On April 12, 1915 Ottoman Forces, under the command of Suleyman Askeri Bey, attacked the British camp at Shaiba, southwest of Basra. His forces consisted of about 4,000 regular Turkish soldiers, supplemented by approximately 14,000 “irregular”…

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