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Wall Street split between Clinton and Trump, but most back Clinton

One point of view is that some on Wall Street back Hillary Clinton because they fear Trump's "unpredictability" and the effect it could have on financial markets.

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"People's World" names new top editors

Earlier this year, the People's World daily news website added even more political and journalistic knowledge and experience to its editorial board.

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Horrific police killing of young Navajo mother Loreal Tsingine

Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old Navajo mother, was shot to death by police in Ariz.; Native Americans express outrage, saying it is part of genocide.

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Trump told over one lie a minute

Publishers and broadcasters have learned that Trump's outrageous lying attracts viewers like an automobile crash attracts gawkers.

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Trans equality at a turning point: Obama Administration takes on North Carolina

The transgender movement enters a new phase with the announcement of a federal civil rights lawsuit against North Carolina over HB2 - the "bathroom bill."

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“On the Streets, Under the Trees”: Homelessness in urban and rural California

In the Bay Area and Los Angeles, homeless activists are taking the tactics of Occupy a step further.

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Samaria Rice appeals for unity at Kent State commemoration

"You are not born with it, you are taught racism; let's look for a cure to racism just as we seek cures to other diseases."

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This week in history: The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

The food drive started in October 1991 as a pilot program, the initial drive taking place in ten cities across the country. 

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This month: Celebrate Asian-Pacific American heritage, honor Yung Wing

Educational pioneer Yung Wing (1828-1912) worked to bridge cultural gaps between the U.S. and China.

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Chicago May Day marchers show unity against Trump

Thousands of people marched for a more just society and to confront the face of bigotry and classism: the Republican front runner for president, Donald Trump.

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