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Harley Davidson Sued over ABS

This week (January 9th 2017) plaintiffs Mark and Pamela Jones sued Harley Davidson in an East Texas court. From the Marshall News Messenger, the plaintiffs, who reside in Pittsburg, sued the company in June 2014, claiming that the company’s lack of an antilock brake system on the Harley motorcycle the couple purchased cost them serious injuries, following a near fatal collision in 2013. 122 more words

Trump vs Steele - An Emerging Credibility Gap

Fusion GPS had been hired by Republican opponents of Mr Trump in September 2015. In June 2016 Mr Steele came on the team. He was, and continues to be, highly regarded in the intelligence world.

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Conflict - Culture - Language - Psychology

#CareerPlan - I gave up being a full-time bride to becoming a journalist

If most kids wanted when they were young to become doctors, astronauts or even president, I was an exception. I have always wanted to become a bride. 1,564 more words


The Scholl Case by Anja Reich-Osang

The Scholl Case by Anja Reich-Osang tells the true story of an investigative journalist who’s looking into the death of Birgitte Scholl, a popular woman in the town of Ludwigsfelde, where she lived with her husband Heinrich. 298 more words


Fred Kagonye: A Start of Great Things To Come

Writing this piece is hard for me because I feel I’m not yet there to share my story. It took a lot of convincing from Ess to do it. 1,952 more words

My Story Series

Blogmas 16: BBC News - "Forged rail tickets being sold on dark web"

A couple of months ago I came across an article from BBC News about the sale of forged rail tickets on the dark web, and in the midst of Southern Rail travel chaos now seems like a good time to look back at it. 259 more words


We need a new award in The Walkleys: The McClymonts

Kudos to Sydney Morning Herald investigative journalist Kate McClymont for her decades-long reporting on Eddie Obeid.
Her pioneering work played no small part in the unveiling of one of the biggest sagas in NSW political history. 348 more words