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Death by Head Trauma, or by Heart Attack? Russian Consulate Found Dead on America's Election Day

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… because blunt head trauma and heart attacks are so easy to mix up.

(Disclaimer: The preceding sentence was sarcastic.) 508 more words

Russia Watch

Jayalalithaa’s Last Coffee With Cho?

The truly unbelievable nature of Tamil Nadu’s recent political events takes one’s breath away.

Till she was alive, J Jayalalithaa, India’s most enigmatic woman politician was hailed as ‘the permanent Chief Minister’. 1,688 more words

Investigative Journalism With A BIG Difference!

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What happened to Vuvuzelas?

Many among us remember the great 2010 World Cup in South Africa, filled with audacious football, the screaming of thousands of die-hard fans and the shrieks of Vuvuzelas. 219 more words

Investigative Journalism

Surviving the Streets

John Smallshaw was homeless – he was a drug addict and had lost his way. He struggled for not months but decades, drifting in and out of life on the streets. 179 more words


FMM 2 3 17 Fine Print

“The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings.”~Albert Schweitzer.

 My father-in-law was a simple man.  His wife died and left him with four young kids, and he raised them in the old-fashioned Jamaican way, sure that firm discipline and education were essential to a good upbringing.  910 more words