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Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Moldy Washer Law Suit Appeal

The recent class action suit against manufacturers and retailers over allegations that their front-loading washers were defective and susceptible to mold growth has reached an impasse.

  • 30 Jun 2017

NSA Approved Wiretapping - NSA Approved to Spy

When George W. Bush was in office, he decided that an NSA approved data collection scheme was needed to keep the people in line. He called it counterterrorism, but it was really domestic terrorism, and it is still a problem today.

  • 1 Jul 2017

The Office of International Affairs and its Current Policies

The Treasury's Office of International Affairs (OIA) is in place to set a standard of good economic security by negotiating with foreign interests to obtain a better trading environment among the world's nations.

While we do maintain good rapport with dozens of countries across the world and practice solid trading and foreign policy, the U.S.

  • 14 Jul 2017
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22 Jun 2017
Posted By Max O.

History of July 4, Independence Day of the United States of America

Everyone knows about the history of Independence Day of USA that is 4th of July. The Thirteen colonies of America that eventually made up the original USA rebelled against England and the declaration of USA's independence is their own independence. Independence was declared on 2nd July, 1776, that is two days earlier than the actual Independence Day and after six years of struggle after that they won the actual independence.
14 Jul 2017
Posted By Helene B.

A Confusing Stance on Religion by the United States Government

Copyright (c) 2012 Jim FordReligion for Business Owners Here on American soil, the United States Government tells business owners that as business owners they have no right to express their religious convictions or to exercise their rights to hold true to their religious beliefs because doing so could possibly infringe on the rights of others.
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24 Jun 2017
Posted By Alexis H.

The History Of The U.S. Postal Service

The first postal service in America was employed under colonial rule when in 1692 British monarchs William and Mary ruled that services for sending, receiving and delivering letters and packages should be established throughout the colonies. This service remained in action until 1775, when Benjamin Franklin created the United States Post Office in Philadelphia under decree from the Second Continental Congress. Under Article One of the U.S.
29 Jun 2017

Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria - PBS Frontline

October 22, 2013 Has the age of antibiotics come to an end? From a young girl thrust onto life support in Arizona to an uncontrollable outbreak at one of the ...

16 Jul 2017

FRONTLINE | Divided States of America - Extended Preview | PBS

How did the country's intense polarization come to be? An epic, four-hour miniseries from FRONTLINE's acclaimed political team. Subscribe on YouTube: ...

10 Jul 2017

CBS National News Discussing the Truth About the Travel Ban - Ozols Law Firm

CBS National News discussing whether or not Donald Trump's travel ban is constitutional as it stands. San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney Alex Ozols ...

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