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George Zimmerman

George Zimmerman Verdict Raises Undercurrents of Racism in America

Almost immediately after the jury in Sanford, Florida, announced their decision to acquit George Zimmerman on the charges of both second-degree murder and manslaughter charges relating to the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, murmurs of discontent began to steadily rise throughout the United States. Martin, a 17-year-old African American, was shot and killed by Zimmerman who was discovered to have…

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Late-Term Abortion Ban Bill Passes in the U.S. House of Representatives

This month marks the passing of one of the most controversial bills in U.S. history dealing with the delicate subject of late-term abortion. The H.R. 1797 bill has been sent to the senate and, if passed, would see the banning of abortions after the mother enters into her twentieth week of pregnancy. This, according to information provided by Republican supporters of…

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Apple Raising Capital?

Since the passing of its iconic co-founder Steve Jobs in late 2011, Apple had been under considerable scrutiny from the financial press, with considerable speculation that the company has begun to slowly fall behind the field in the Smartphone and tablet race with Samsung’s latest products enjoying more positive reviews and greater demand. At the same time relative newcomers to…

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Boston Terrorist Attack Rocks the Nation

Monday, April 15, the city of Boston was witness to the first major terrorist attack in the United States for more than a decade. The Boston terrorist attack took place on a public holiday, Patriots’ Day, traditionally the date when the annual Boston Marathon is held. Although the internal security situation in the United States has been one of calm for…

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