Is all criticism of Israel's policies, and even its right to exist, racist?
More than seven months after the first shots were fired, the Pentagon says its attack on a hospital in Afghanistan that left 42 people dead is not a war crime.
State Department tries to forget that Obama promised not to put American “boots on the ground” in Syria.
A new rule in Texas that prohibits prisoners from maintaining a social media presence could infringe on the free speech and expression rights of ordinary citizens who maintain accounts on behalf of incarcerated loved ones.
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"Sou contra a golpe," disse o herói brasileiro, também denunciando a Globo.
American punishment meted out for 42 dead: counseling, letters of reprimand, training courses.
"I'm against the coup," the Brazilian hero said, singling out Globo for condemnation.
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