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    See How a Street Artist Fixed His ‘Offensive’ Clinton Mural
    Aug02

    See How a Street Artist Fixed His ‘Offensive’ Clinton Mural

    After painting a large mural of a swimsuit-clad Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, an Australian street artist has redone his work of art — this time covering the former secretary of state in a black burqa. The city of Maribyrnong, northwest of Melbourne, reportedly took issue with the original mural, claiming that the artwork...

    Life Hack: Don’t replace those cloudy headlamp covers — ‘brush’ them with toothpaste!
    Aug02

    Life Hack: Don’t replace those cloudy headlamp covers — ‘brush’ them with toothpaste!

    Are the headlamp covers on your car cloudy? A simple polishing with basic toothpaste (not the gel type) can work wonders in minutes. Don’t replace them, polish them. Watch. — Follow the author of this story on Twitter and Facebook:Follow @stuntbrain Read more stories from TheBlazeTrump Continues to Hit Back in Emotionally Charged Feud With...

    FBI: Man Bought Explosives, ‘Arsenal’ From Undercover Agent, Talked of Attack
    Aug02

    FBI: Man Bought Explosives, ‘Arsenal’ From Undercover Agent, Talked of Attack

    DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit man has been arrested after buying explosives from an undercover agent, amassing weapons and talking about carrying out an attack, federal authorities said. A criminal complaint charges Sebastian Gregerson, 29, with unregistered possession of a destructive device and unlicensed receipt of explosive materials. He made an...

    Murder, Love, And A Black Widow: The Mysterious Case Of Pavel Sheremet
    Aug02

    Murder, Love, And A Black Widow: The Mysterious Case Of Pavel Sheremet

    July 22, 2016 — the day that journalist Pavel Sheremet came home. Thousands lined up to see him in his hometown of Minsk, Belarus — for the last time. Two days earlier, Sheremet was killed in a car bombing in Kiev. The New York Times reported: Another Russian journalist falls. On the surface, his story is not uncommon. Let’s...

    Ukraine’s Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction
    Aug02

    Ukraine’s Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction

    Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian servicewoman-turned-lawmaker who spent two years in a Russian jail, announced a new hunger strike on Tuesday to speed up the release of other Ukrainian prisoners-of-war, accusing Ukraine’s president of ignoring their plight. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine’s Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction
    Aug02

    Ukraine’s Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction

    KIEV (Reuters) – Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian servicewoman-turned-lawmaker who spent two years in a Russian jail, announced a new hunger strike on Tuesday to speed up the release of other Ukrainian prisoners-of-war, accusing Ukraine’s president of ignoring their plight. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine's Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction
    Aug02

    Ukraine's Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction

    KIEV (Reuters) – Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian servicewoman-turned-lawmaker who spent two years in a Russian jail, announced a new hunger strike on Tuesday to speed up the release of other Ukrainian prisoners-of-war, accusing Ukraine’s president of ignoring their plight. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction
    Aug02

    Ukraine’s Savchenko launches hunger strike over political inaction

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    RFE/RL’s Crimea Website Partially Unavailable On Peninsula
    Aug02

    RFE/RL’s Crimea Website Partially Unavailable On Peninsula

    RFE/RL’s Crimean news website, Krym.Realii (Crimea Realities), has been partially unavailable in the Moscow-annexed Crimean Peninsula since August 1. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Fact check: Here’s what Trump got wrong on Ukraine
    Aug02

    Fact check: Here’s what Trump got wrong on Ukraine

    Manu Brabo/AP WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is trying to claw back a string of inaccurate comments about Ukraine, but he’s yet to get it right. On the weekend, Trump asserted in an ABC interview that Russia would not enter Ukraine, not seeming to know Russian troops were already there. He suggested the 2014 annexation of Crimea didn’t...