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      Iraqi children gather around as U.S. Army Pfc. Shane Bordonado patrols the streets of Al Asiriyah, Iraq, on Aug. 4, 2008.  Bordonado is assigned to 2nd Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division.  DoD photo by Spc. Daniel Herrera, U.S. Army.  (Released)

Trump is sending more troops in Afghanistan

In light of recent events, President Trump has revealed to the public a new strategy on the War On Terror: increasing our numbers in Afghanistan. Ultimately, the increase in numbers would provide a more certain approach to our strategies, and focus more on directly obliterating

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New York hookah bars are facing stricter guidelines

It is a given that one of the few common rites of passage for NYC college freshmen is going to Hookah bars, and taking a few puffs while someone else in the group unanimously records and posts it on social media.  On Wednesday, September 27,

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Christopher Columbus statue in Central Park vandalized

On September 12th, 2017, there stood a 127-year-old statue of Christopher Columbus, bronze hands stained bright red and white spray paint lingered on its hinges.  A Central Park maintenance worker discovered the defacing around 7 a.m. that morning and called local authorities to report the

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What you need to know about the US and North Korea

Tensions between the international community, particularly the United States, and North Korea have seldom been more severe, as nothing seems to off the table for either party, including potential nuclear engagement. Following the DPK’s nuclear tests in July, the UN Security Council passed a resolution

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