The News July 31-August 5: Shock In The Northern Territory

Donald Trump went after the Khan family, with pretty terrible results. Also a favorite Trump topic? The money the US paid Iran, not for hostages but because it actually owed Iran the money, though Trump is going with the first angle. In other news, Australia's Northern Territory has made international news over the truly awful conditions facing indigenous teenagers in its criminal system. 

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The News 6/5-6/10: Can There Ever Be A Last Glass Ceiling?

Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for president of the US, and everyone has feelings to share with us about that fact. Meanwhile, the world mourned the passing of Muhammad Ali, everyone is appalled (rightfully) about a rape case at Stanford, and Peru's elections were really, really close.

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The News May 22-27: Trump It (Definitely) Is

Donald Trump is definitely the Republican nominee, so good luck Americans! Meanwhile the US killed the Taliban's new leader in Pakistan, and there are a lot of mixed feelings about it. However, we can all celebrate the freedom of Nadiya Savchenko and Khadija Ismayilova, freed respectively by Russia and Azerbaijan. 

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The News May 1-6: Be Great Again

A fire has forced an evacuation of 80,000 people in Alberta, Canada, while the US resettles its first climate change refugees. Elsewhere, there's a shakeup in power in both Turkey and London -- and American Republicans have a Trump-sized reality to contend with.

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The News April 10-15: The Problem With Boycotts

Brazil's president could be nearing impeachment, the Panama fall-out continues, and science is changing things dramatically for the paralyzed. Meanwhile, LGBTQ issues are making waves everywhere -- in China, same-sex marriage was shut down (for the moment), and in the American South boycotts aren't necessarily doing what they're intended to do.

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