Mass Shootings Are Almost Exclusively a US Problem
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Mass Shootings Are Almost Exclusively a US Problem

The government is yet again blaming video games for the recent mass shootings in the US while failing to acknowledge these same video games are played worldwide, yet mass shootings are solely a US problem.
Twitter Won’t Flag Trump's Racist Tweets Towards Congresswomen
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Twitter Won’t Flag Trump's Racist Tweets Towards Congresswomen

Twitter will not trigger its flagging system designed to limit the reach of banned content by publish officials.
Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Declare Climate Change a National Emergency
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Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Declare Climate Change a National Emergency

The senator from Vermont unveiled a resolution alongside Ocasio-Cortez and Earl Blumenauer that could see a national emergency on climate change declared in the US in an effort to mobilize the required resources to deal with it.
The Minimum Wage Hasn't Changed Since 2009 and It's Starting to Show
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The Minimum Wage Hasn't Changed Since 2009 and It's Starting to Show

The last time there was any change on the wage was 10 years ago during the first term of former president Barack Obama, so it’s been a whopping 3615 days.
The 5 Key Differences Between Democrats and Republicans
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The 5 Key Differences Between Democrats and Republicans

These two major parties dominate the US political landscape, but it can be hard to tell the difference between them.
What It Is and Why It's So Hard to Define It
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What It Is and Why It's So Hard to Define It

Most people think they know what the word populism means, but it’s not really as straightforward as your local congressman would have you believe.

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