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Update: After Vox reported this story Tuesday, Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.) released a statement saying he would close this loophole. Read the story here.
Private Prisons Are Facing A Class-Action Lawsuit For Violating Anti-Slavery Laws For The First Time In History
By Alternative Media Syndicate
This past summer, President Obama’s Department of Justice was directed to stop using private prisons. Besides having notoriously inhumane conditions, the private prison industry doesn’t really save taxpayers money—it just generates money for people who are in bed with private prisons.
By Life Site News
Fewer young men in the US want to get married than ever, while the desire for marriage is rising among young women, according to the Pew Research Center.
By Educate Inspire Change
The Coca-Cola Company is now in deep trouble. Many people have come to realize in recent times that products of the company do more harm to their health. In fact, all Coca-Cola products have no recorded important nutritional value.
Charles Manson’s son has spoken about the moment he found out his dad was the infamous serial killer and cult leader.
By Face To Face Africa
Known for its beautiful stellar beaches, world-class resorts, and unique cultures, the Kenyan coastal region is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations — not just in Kenya — but around the world.
By Daily Mail
The new oldest living person in the world is a 117-year-old Jamaican woman who once worked for ‘masters’ on a sugar plantation and credits her longevity to good genes and studying the Bible.
By Black Boot
Amari Williams is an Honor Student at Carencro High School in Carencro, LA. Like most students, she has been excited all year to attend her Senior Prom. On April 1, Amari was denied that opportunity.
First Off I really like to thank Jakira Sarvis Bey for pointing me in the right direction. I really don’t know shit about this field, and she made it way easier for me.
When the call came, my brother was at work in the open office in Cambridge, Mass., he shares with seven colleagues who, like him, help run clinical trials for a drug developer.
By Washington Post
Last month, a rumor that more than 500 mostly black and Latino children from the District of Columbia had been abducted and sold into sex slavery went viral on social media.
He was released from jail last Tuesday, cleared of charges that he had punched his 14-year-old brother in the face and threatened to kill him, according to court records.
By Huffington Post
In answer to the question “What matters to you, and why?”
By The Guardian
An annual African trade summit in California had no African attendees this year after at least 60 people were denied visas, according to event leaders.
By Chicago Tribune
Nortasha Stingley doesn’t remember a lot about the weeks after her 19-year-old daughter was shot and killed nearly four years ago.
By Daily News
White House spokesman Sean Spicer sidestepped questions Monday over the murder of Timothy Caughman,
By NY Times
DES MOINES — Last year at this time, my 7-year-old was running around singing the praises of George Washington.
By LA Times
A dog’s reluctance to drink from a bowl in a San Diego classroom led to the discovery of lead in the school’s water system, and testing of all pipes in the San Diego Unified School District will begin soon.