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Jakarta Post | 2015-07-07

Obama at Pentagon for meetings on Islamic State

President Barack Obama made a rare visit to the Pentagon Monday to get an update from military leaders on the campaign against the Islamic State. Obama's...

The Guardian | 2015-07-07

Sakari Momoi, the world's oldest man, dies in Japan aged 112

The former teacher said healthy eating and plenty of sleep was the key to his longevity ...

Chosun Ilbo | 2015-07-06

Greece Defiantly Rejects Europe's Bailout Terms

Greek voters have overwhelmingly rejected a demand by the country's lenders to impose more austerity measures on them in exchange for new bailout loans for the...

The Associated Press | 2015-07-06

Pope Francis on home turf urges defense of poor and planet

QUITO, Ecuador (AP) -- Latin America's first pope returned to Spanish-speaking South America for the first time Sunday, stressing the need to protect the poor...

The Irish Times | 2015-07-06

Suicide bomber kills six in church in Nigeria

A suicide bomber killed six people at a church in northeast Nigeria on Sunday at the end of a week in which suspected Boko Haram insurgents killed more than 200...

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The Washington Post | 2015-07-07

Trey Gowdy pushes back on allegations about Politico leak

The letter from Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) earlier today complaining about a leak to Politico from...

The Washington Post | 2015-07-07

Alert cited by Fox News didn’t confirm an ‘actual shooter’

Fox News found itself in a bind Thursday morning as hordes of emergency vehicles sped to the Navy...

CounterPunch | 2015-07-06

Looking Inside Fukushima Prefecture

Because of Japan’s unconscionable open-ended new secrecy law, it is very likely journalism in the...

CounterPunch | 2015-07-06

A Rebuke to EU-Imposed Austerity

With 90% of the votes counted, the Greek people have voted 61% to 39% against accepting the latest...

CounterPunch | 2015-07-06

Capitalism’s Self-Revealing Practices

Don’t cry for me Argentina (although you might be next), because Greece is at the head of the line....

CounterPunch | 2015-07-06

Could Justice Scalia Be the One to Rescue Labor?

By now everyone who has regularly paid attention to what might optimistically be called the...