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Singapore Riots: First In 40 Years

Singapore witnessed their first riot in over 40 years over the weekend, which led to the arrest of 27 people. Following a fatal accident that killed an Indian worker, more than 400 people took to the streets in one of the worst cases of civil unrest in their history. An estimated eighteen people were injured, including 10 police officers. The …

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Redskins: Obama Thinks Team Should Change Its Name

President Obama’s comments against the Washington Redskins received much approval from Native American leaders led by Ray Halbritter of the Oneida Nation. The tribe leaders used the meeting at White House on Tuesday to express their gratitude for Obama’s stand against the team’s controversial name. Obama’s meeting with the tribal leaders was closed to reporters. The developments in the meeting were …

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Obama Thanked for Stance on Redskins Moniker

On August 3, 1990, President George H. W. Bush made one of the best proclamations of his presidency. On that day, Bush signed a bill into law which would officially make November Native American Heritage Month. As such, federal, state, and local governments are supposed to reserve the month of November to learn about all aspects of Native American culture …

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Bobby Abreu: Unaware Of Trade Talks

Angels right-fielder Bobby Abreu says he’s not aware of any talks his team has had about trading him to the Cleveland Indians, but that’s been the rumor around the field this week. In fact, CBSNews has reported that the trade was more than a rumor and was almost complete before a snag regarding Abreu’s contract came up. It’s speculated that …

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