Explosive investigative report says U.S. government misled public on war in Afghanistan

JUDY WOODRUFF: Today, The Washington Post has a blockbuster story, the results of several years of reporting and legal pursuit of government documents. For the last 18 years, according to the government reports obtained by The Post, senior U.S. officials have been misleading the American public about the war in Afghanistan. John Yang has the […]

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Amazon Claims President/Bezos Grudge Caused Denial Of Government Contract

Amazon’s trying to claim that they were denied a multibillion dollar Pentagon contract because president Trump has a grudge against the company. Okay. This story is this, this is out in the, this is out in loonysphere. Let’s start from the beginning, all right. We know that the first contract that the Amazon got, tha […]

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Citizens of the Czech Republic Do Not Need Canadian Tourist Visas

Hi, my name is Michael Niren. I’m the founder of visaplace.com, an immigration lawyer. The Canadian government’s Citizenship and Immigration Canada just announced that it will be lifting the visa requirements for Czech citizens, for citizens of the Czech Republic. This is really good news. So, they do not have to, now, if they want […]

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Government to create over 50 thousand jobs in effort to nurture core industrial complexes

the presidential office the government and the ruling Democratic Party agreed to provide support in creating more than 50,000 new jobs over the next five years as part of developing core industrial complexes at Tuesday’s meeting at the National Assembly the three sides also agreed to provide comprehensive support to improve working conditions in construction […]

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Primary elections are surprisingly new. Here’s where they came from.

Every 4 years the Democrats and Republicans they have these elaborate presidential nominating conventions. These events are basically political theater- voters have already chosen the nominee. But until 1968, regular voters had no say in who their party nominated for President. In 1952, 1944, an ordinary voter would just tune in at the convention and […]

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