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Israel: Biggest Yet Gaza Militant Tunnel Found – Video



Israel: Biggest Yet Gaza Militant Tunnel Found
The Israeli military says it has discovered another tunnel – the biggest so far – dug from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip that stretches into Israel and was inte…

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Shrimping takes toll on Bangladesh farmers : Aljazeera news – Video



Shrimping takes toll on Bangladesh farmers : Aljazeera news
Bangladesh has become one of the biggest exporters of shrimp in the world. For thirty years, many people in the country's south have made a lot of money farm…

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Palestinians Construct Billion-Dollar City on a Hill

On a windswept West Bank hilltop, the biggest construction project in the history of the Palestinian people is taking shape.

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Jets fall to Caps

WASHINGTONU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, the most powerful politician in the house, performed a ceremonial puck drop to send the Olympians on their way.

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50 Years Into the War on Poverty, the Rate Has Barely Changed—Why?

In Annie Lowrey's excellent overview, the experts blame low wages.The University of Kentucky'sJames P. Ziliak and the Obama administration'sJason Furman agree that"the biggest potential gains that could be made on poverty would be in raising market incomes." In households with at least one fully employed person, the poverty rate just 4.6 percenttwo-thirds below the national average. The …

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50 Years Into the War on Poverty, the Rate Has Barely Changed—Why?

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Why Aren’t We Winning the War on Poverty?

In Annie Lowrey's excellent overview, the experts blame low wages.The University of Kentucky'sJames P. Ziliak and the Obama administration'sJason Furman agree that"the biggest potential gains that could be made on poverty would be in raising market incomes." In households with at least one fully employed person, the poverty rate just 4.6 percenttwo-thirds below the national average. The …

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The War on Poverty Turns 50: Why Aren’t We Winning?

In Annie Lowrey's excellent overview, the experts blame low wages.The University of Kentucky'sJames P. Ziliak and the Obama administration'sJason Furman agree that"the biggest potential gains that could be made on poverty would be in raising market incomes." In households with at least one fully employed person, the poverty rate just 4.6 percenttwo-thirds below the national average. The …

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The Power Gallery at Bilderberg 2010

Feast your eyes on these Bilderbergers, the biggest cheeses in Europe and America, looking fresh and relaxed as they head home after four full days of geo-politics and globalist strategy talks

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The Power Gallery at Bilderberg 2010

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Interns Race Supreme Court Decision On Gay Marriage To Networks – Video



Interns Race Supreme Court Decision On Gay Marriage To Networks
It's one of the biggest responsibilities any intern could be given: running the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage from the courthouse to the networks …

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France's Hollande signs gay marriage law

The bill, a campaign pledge by the Socialist president allowing gay marriage, is one of the biggest reforms since abolition of the death penalty in 1981.        

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