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  1. Venera: The Soviet Program to Study VenusRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    In October 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first satellite, Sputnik. For the next 20 years, the Space Race saw the USSR and the USA vie with each other in a series of space spectaculars as each tried to out-do the other to demonstrate their economic and technological superiority, culminating in the American landing on the Moon in July 1969.

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  2. 'Group-Thinking' the World into a New WarRead the original story

    Yesterday | Common Dreams

    If you wonder how the lethal "group think" on Iraq took shape in 2002, you might want to study what's happening today with Ukraine. A misguided consensus has grabbed hold of Official Washington and has pulled in everyone who "matters" and tossed out almost anyone who disagrees.

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  3. US Announces Support of Neo-NazisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | OpEdNews

    Pentagon officials confirmed last week that US troops will deploy to Ukraine in the spring to help build the Ukrainian National Guard. In addition to sending US troops, Washington has already sent heavy military equipment and has earmarked $19 million for Ukrainian forces.

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  4. New Anti-Choice Propaganda Uses 'Fetal Dismemberment' Lies To Push Abortion BanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ThinkProgress

    In what could represent their next major effort to dismantle the protections under Roe v. Wade , abortion opponents are laying the groundwork for a new attack on reproductive rights that borrows a page out of their old playbook.

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  5. The True Cost of Piracy: Increased Legitimate Sales?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | OpEdNews

    Sony was hacked and hacked hard. Recently a cybercriminal group by the name of "The Guardians of Peace" hacked Sony Pictures leaving them crippled for a time , temporarily turning to faxes and avoiding email.

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  6. What Was It All About ThenRead the original story

    Yesterday | Atrios

    I always feel bad about making Benghazi jokes because people did die, but years later I still have no idea what conservatives think the "scandal" is.

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  7. Glimmer of Hope for AssangeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Common Dreams

    There is a window of hope, thanks to a U.N. human rights body, for a solution to the diplomatic asylum of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, holed up in the embassy of Ecuador in London for the past two and a half years. Authorities in Sweden, which is seeking the Australian journalist's extradition to face allegations of sexual assault, admitted there is a possibility that measures could be taken to jumpstart the stalled legal proceedings against Assange.

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  8. Obama to House Dems: Don't Read Huffington PostRead the original story

    Yesterday | Drudge Retort

    President Barack Obama on Thursday asked wary House Democrats to hold their fire while the administration negotiates several trade deals opposed by scores of liberal lawmakers. "Keep your powder a little dry," he told the Democrats assembled for an annual retreat, according to a source in the closed-door session.

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  9. U.S. Special Ops Sent Into 70% of WorldRead the original story

    Yesterday | Drudge Retort

    During the fiscal year that ended on September 30, 2014, U.S. Special Operations forces deployed to 133 countries -- roughly 70 percent of the nations on the planet -- according to Lieutenant Colonel Robert Bockholt, a public affairs officer with U.S. Special Operations Command. This capped a three-year span in which the country's most elite forces were active in more than 150 different countries around the world, conducting missions ranging from kill/capture night raids to training exercises.

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  10. January 31, 1950: President Truman Announces the U.S. Will Seek to Develop a Hydrogen BombRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Nation

    Nuclear weapons test of the Bikini Atoll as part of President Eisenhower's Operation Castle. Photo via National Nuclear Security Administration/Wikimedia Commons Perusing the archives of a 150-years old magazine is always a pleasure, but at its most exciting, it is also an education.

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  11. West Virginia Legislation Would Criminalize Teaching Social Problems FirstRead the original story

    Yesterday | Common Dreams

    Legislation was introduced this week in the West Virginia House of Delegates that would prohibit the teaching of "social problems, economics, foreign affairs, the United Nations, world government, socialism or communism until basic courses in American state and local geography and history are completed." The bill was introduced by Delegates John Overington , Geoff Foster , Eric Householder , Kelli Sobonya , Michel Moffat , Ruth Rowan , Cindy Frich and Jim Butler .

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  12. Must You be a 'Work Martyr' to Change the World?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Common Dreams

    An article at CNBC this week described the phenomenon of "work martyrs," employees who routinely work more than 50 hours a week, many without overtime pay. One Gallup poll found that four in 10 Americans work more than 50 hours a week, and that the national average work week is an astounding 47 hours.

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  13. Propaganda Aside, Keiko's Rescue Was not a FailureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Crooks and Liars

    One of the abiding problems that the people organizing to end the captivity of killer whales face is the reality that our mainstream national media -- being mostly corporate entities themselves -- are eager to lap up the falsehood-laden propaganda put out by the marine parks. Even the supposedly non-corporate "independent" media lap it right up.

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  14. Blacks are losing Numbers and RepresentationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    MANY FAMILIAR with the Howard situation, as well as with other troubled H.B.C.U.'s - five have closed their doors in the past 20 years - insist that what is critical for getting back on track is understanding that "new occasions teach new duties," in the words of James Russell Lowell. Within 50 years, people of color will be the American majority.

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  15. Love you, bye.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    My Mother recently passed away. I regret all the wasted time I could have spent with her when she was still here, time we spent estranged.

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  16. Georgia: House Republicans Plot Attack on GeorgiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    In a previous diary, I previewed the effort by state Republicans to untie the Gordian knot they've tied for themselves. On the one hand, beholden to corporate masters, they have to raise money to improve our state's broken transportation system.

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  17. ArtKos: Saturday Painting Palooza Vol.493Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    This week I will be continuing with the painting of the Boeing C-97 in my extended detour from the Cape May 2nd Empire Victorian house. I will be using my usual acrylics on an 10 by 10 inch gallery-wrapped canvas.

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  18. A brief word about good copsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    Keep in mind, this is a huge community. Name a relatively common occupation and odds are there's hundreds or thousands of people here working in that field.

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  19. Saturday Morning Garden Blogging Vol. 10.49 - Seed starting starts nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    Our weather has been so spring-like, it's hard to believe it's January! Sunny, 50's and 60's, and all the snow we had is now melting. Today we have rain/snow mix, moisture for the first time in a couple of weeks.

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  20. Canada Begins Effort To Save Most Endangered Mammal in Contiguous USRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    The Selkirk Caribou herd has lost 2/3 of it's already critical population in the past five years bringing the total number of individuals down to 18. It's thought that without assistance the caribou would be extirpated. " Caribou " by Dean Biggins - US FWS, DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS, WO3772-023.

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