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Photos of Scaly Patch on Donald Trump's Face Scaring the Hell Out of Americans

Donald Trump hasn't aged well, looking at his face on TV for more than a couple of seconds is as psychologically damaging as it is physically damaging to look at the sun.

Opinion
Robert Paul Reyes
Photos of Scaly Patch on Donald Trump's Face Scaring the Hell Out of Americans Donald Trump hasn't aged well, looking at his face on TV for more than a couple of seconds is as psychologically damaging as it is physically damaging to look at the sun.
World
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U.S. Military Continues High State of Vigilance in Korea The U.S. military continues its "maximum pressure campaign" in regard to North Korea, and U.S. forces on the Korean Peninsula are "ready to fight tonight," the Pentagons chief spokesperson said today.
World
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U.S. in 'Wait and See' Position After Iraq Election, Mattis Says The victory of Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadrs party in Iraqs recent election has put the United States in a wait-and-see position, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told reporters yesterday in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Military
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DoD Honors Fallen Service Members for Memorial Day The Defense Department is paying tribute to fallen members for the Memorial Day holiday, honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to the nation.
Science & Space
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Curiosity is Collecting Mars Rocks Engineers working with NASAs Curiosity Mars rover have been hard at work testing a new way for the rover to drill rocks and extract powder from them. This past weekend, that effort produced the first drilled sample on Mars in more than a year.
World
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UN: Transforming the World Requires Input From all Society International efforts to create a world where no one is left behind will only become a reality if all sectors in society participate, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General told ambassadors in New York on Wednesday.
World
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South Korea Leads Developed Nations in Household Debt Despite being the worlds 11th largest economy, a significant number of South Koreans are living in "substandard" housing, faced with rising rents they can no longer afford, a United Nations rights expert said on Wednesday, noting that the country now leads developed nations in levels of household debt.
World
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Urgent Action Needed to Avoid War in Gaza Gaza is on the verge of collapse and its people becoming increasingly desperate, a United Nations envoy told the Security Council on Wednesday, urging international action to avoid another war, alleviate suffering and empower more responsible government within the enclave.
Health
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Ebola Outbreak Puts DR Congo on an Epidemiological Knife-edge The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) remains on an "epidemiological knife-edge" regarding the spread of deadly Ebola disease, despite the quick response by authorities and international partners to the threat, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.
Military
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Hawaii Guard Aids Evacuations During Volcano Eruptions Joint Task Force 5-0 in Hawaii is helping authorities handle evacuations, provide security and monitor air quality as Mount Kilauea spews out clouds of toxic gas and lava destroys homes in its path.
Military
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Mattis Welcomes 983 New Lieutenants Into Air Force Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told the 983 graduating cadets from the U.S. Air Force Academy that now their missions commence and he expects them to follow in the footsteps of giants.
Opinion
Robert Paul Reyes
Would You Rent a Drug Sniffing Dog to Raid Your Kid's Bedroom? Would you rent a drug dog to raid your kid's bedroom? It's an option now available to Kansas City-area parents, and it's one some people are choosing to find out if their children are using drugs.
Opinion
Robert Paul Reyes
Mike Pence Claims Religion Is Gaining Ground! Wrong It's Losing Ground Because of Hypocrites Like Him Speaking at a commencement ceremony at Hillsdale College in Michigan, Vice President Mike Pence told the graduates that religion in the United States is going strong.
World
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Armed Gangs Force Growing Number to Flee North and South, in Central America The number of people fleeing violence and persecution from States in Central America, including Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, has risen by nearly 60 per cent in the space of just a year, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) has warned.
World
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UN Pays Tribute to the Organizations Founding Mothers Women have played a pivotal role in the United Nations since its inception in 1945, including in the first international agreement proclaiming gender equality as a fundamental human right: the UN Charter.
World
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Poverty Compounding Health Challenges for Palestine Refugees Non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cancer and smoking-related ailments, account for the majority of the chronic health problems confronting Palestine refugees across the Middle East, a new report by the United Nations agency which supports them, has found.
Opinion
Robert Paul Reyes
Kendrick Lamar Calls Out White Girl for Rapping 'Nigga' on Stage! He Wrote the Song! Nigga Please! My reaction: Nigga, please!
World
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UN: Realistic Solutions Must Form Basis of Global Compact for Migration Reflecting the reality of life on the ground for millions of migrants fleeing their homes must form the basis of the upcoming United Nations-backed Global Compact for migration, a hearing on the key issue was told on Monday.
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