Dozens Dead in Cairo as Military Clashes With Opposition, What Went Wrong on Asiana Flight 214, The Dreams of a Man in Solitary Confinement for 40 Years

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Monday, July 08, 2013

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Dozens Dead in Cairo as Military Clashes With Opposition | Egypt's Mystery Man: Who is Adli Mansour? | U.S.  Infrastructure 80 Years After the Public Works Administration | The Dreams of a Man in Solitary Confinement for 40 Years | Looking at What Went Wrong on Asiana Flight 214 | Secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Sees Role Expanding

At Least 50 Dead in Cairo as Military Clashes With Opposition

More than 40 people have been killed in a shoot out today near military barracks in Cairo. The Muslim Brotherhood says its members were staging a sit-in outside the facility where the...

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Egypt's Mystery Man: Who is Adli Mansour?

In Egypt, the man tasked with bringing a semblance of stability to an unstable situation is the nation's Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court, Adli Mansour. But he’s bein...

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Secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Sees Role Expanding

New information is out on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA), which operates in secret and approves government surveillance programs—including the two revealed by leak...

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Spitzer Looks for Comeback With Run for NYC Comptroller

In New York, a once-disgraced politician is trying to be the next comeback kid. Last night, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer announced his candidacy for New York City Comptrolle...

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Looking at What Went Wrong on Asiana Flight 214

Following the crash landing of Asiana Flight 214 that was travelling from Seoul, South Korea to San Francisco, details are now emerging about went went wrong abroad the Boeing 777, an...

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The State of U.S. Infrastructure 80 Years After the Public Works Administration

The Public Works Administrations was the driving force of America’s biggest construction effort to that date. 80 years later, the American Society of Civil Engineers gives the United ...

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'Herman's House': The Dreams of a Man in Solitary Confinement for 40 Years

Artist Jackie Sumell was outraged when she learned that a Louisiana state prisoner named Herman Wallace has lived in solitary confinement 23 hours a day for more than 40 years now. He...

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