News2Share’s Ford Fischer took advantage of the opportunity to ask Trudeau about something that has rapidly gained popularity now that a Trump nomination appears increasingly likely.
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Before the bodies had been counted. Before the injuries had been assessed. Before any group claimed responsibility for perpetrating the attacks in the Belgian capitol Brussels, the lazy condemned the entire religion of Islam.
On Wednesday, a major archive containing over 30,000 of Hillary Clinton’s emails were released. Though the State Department began releasing the emails in May last year – it is the first time the messages have been made easily available in a searchable format
A few year ago, the Center for Disease Control launched a zombie preparedness initiative that drew significant attention. The Department of Defense followed suit and developed an entire training course
The anti-drug war movement in the United States has benefitted greatly from the pro-marijuana sentiment spreading from sea to shining sea, and the economy is also blooming
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the military to withdraw the main part of their forces from Syria, claiming they have largely achieved their goals.
In addition to raising the smoking age, the new bills seek to put further restrictions on e-cigarettes and vaporizers.
The Mexican drug cartels are finally meeting their match as a wave of cannabis legalization efforts drastically reshapes the drug trafficking landscape in the United States.
Though the proposal amounts to a tellingly symbolic gesture, the lawmakers hope the measure will pressure Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to take a more adamant stand against Trump’s xenophobic rhetoric
Monsanto is suing the State of California for its intent to include glyphosate — the main ingredient in its wildly popular herbicide, Roundup — on its Proposition 65 toxic chemicals list.
People are calling for the arrest and prosecution of former president Bill Clinton, alleging he violated election laws by entering multiple polling stations in Boston and other Massachusetts areas on Tuesday.
An African-American third-grader in St. Louis, Missouri will be unable to continue attending his charter school due to a decades-old federal court decision intended to fight segregation.
On Thursday the Obama administration announced its intention to appeal a federal judge’s order to release video tapes from the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. The videos show a former detainee being forcibly removed from his cell and force-fed.
Though FBI agents insist their tactic is ethical and necessary to catch predators, the practice faces scrutiny from critics who accuse the FBI of committing the same crimes they are trying to prevent.
Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán was the subject of Penn’s recent journalistic venture, but he told Rose the public’s reaction to the article “ignores its purpose.” The interview is set to air in full on 60 Minutes on Sunday, and it will also air on The Charlie Rose Show on Monday.