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The first-ever Maryann McCormick Service and Leadership Award Banquet will be March 8 at the Peru Eagles, Route 6, east end of Peru. The event is being held to honor a woman of the Illinois Valley who gave service and leadership to the Democrat party.
02/26/2014 10:06:08 AM PST Boycott Arizona...Gov. Jan Brewer has not said at this writing whether she will veto a bill passed by the state legislature that would allow businesses to refuse service to gay people on religious grounds.
No matter your views on Anonymous, hacktivists or garden-variety criminals, it is not difficult to see how dangerous it is to have secret government agencies being able to target any individuals they want who have never been charged with, let alone
The story doesn't end on Election Day, of course -- donors often want something in return for their financial support. Working journalists and journalism students are invited to join the Center for Responsive Politics and Arizona State University's
In his new book, Ralph Nader calls for the end of unconstitutional wars and unchecked militarism and lays blame on President Barack Obama for going beyond even George W...Nader writes in Unstoppable that Obama has extended the Bush doctrine by
Speaking to Arutz Sheva Monday, Darshan-Leitner said that her organization, Shurat Hadin, had not yet received a response from Oxfam, after Shurat Hadin accused the international group of having ties to terror groups.
24 February 2014 146 shares 35 View comments Amid the violence and political upheaval in Ukraine, a young female protester has told how she fell in love with a police officer after a stand-off in the capital Kiev. Lidia Pankiv, 24, said she had been
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Demonstrators vandalised public buildings and lit fires in Brazil's largest city Saturday in protest at the cost of staging this year's World Cup, reports Xinhua. Local media reported that the rally began peacefully before being infiltrated by the
South African peace icon Desmond Tutu warned Sunday that Uganda's controversial anti-gay law recalled sinister attempts by the Nazi and apartheid regimes to "legislate against love". Around 40 percent of Syria's cellular network has been destroyed by