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Ben Carson: Fading Fast into the Dark Night?
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Carsoncare: The doctor's ill-fated dream of solving America's ...

World Health Barack Obama Sport Republicans Democrats Election Economy Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson thought he had a way to create a system of universal health care to cover millions of uninsured Americans. In 2003, he helped set up ..., 3 days ago
Ben Carson: Fading Fast into the Dark Night? Before It's News, 18 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Ben Carson talks of 'rabid dogs': US refugee debate descends into ugliness

This week prominent members of one of America's two major parties indulged in a carnival of fear and hate some observers are beginning to see as dangerous. Former President George W Bush observes a moment of silence with his wife, Laura Bush ...
 The Northern Times1 week ago Republican candidate Ben Carson likens Syrian refugees to 'rabid dogs'  Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine1 week ago Refugees likened to 'rabid dogs'  Sunday Star-Times6 days ago Carson likens refugees to 'rabid dogs'  Sunday Star-Times1 week ago

It's America that should pay £1m to freed ShakerAamer writes PETER MCKAY

Carey Mulligan shimmers in sparkly black dress at Hollywood Film Awards 2015 Ben Affleck takes his dog for a walk on the set of Live By Night 18 minutes ago 1 By Peter McKay for the Daily Mail Published: 20:40 EST, 1 ...
 NewsGrio3 weeks ago

Shootings, climate change and the World Cup: Ben Knight farewells US

After nearly three years in Washington, the ABC's is jetting back to Australia for good this weekend, winding down a posting that began with the Boston Marathon bombings and ended with the Brazil mining dam disaster, with a slight detour in the ...
 ABC Online11 hours ago
Japan Times

Muslim-Americans fear renewed surveillance fueled by GOP candidate scare rhetoric

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY Muslim-Americans who sued the New York Police Department over a surveillance program launched after 9/11 say calls from the Republican presidential campaign to put them under more scrutiny are recklessly seizing on public fears ...
 Japan Times3 days ago Republican campaign rhetoric has Muslim-Americans on edge  Japan Today3 days ago

Newsmax's 50 Best Television Shows Based on American Values

Newsmax presents the 50 best television shows promoting American traditions and family values. Besides sparking endless debate about what shows should displace some of those on our list, we hope it causes some to ponder how their own values and ...
 NewsMax.com3 days ago
Technical Textiles

How Much Privacy Is Too Much?

Crunch Network Contributor Ben Dickson is a software engineer and freelance writer. He writes regularly on business, technology and politics. More posts by this contributor: How to join the network How do you reach the right balance between ...
 Technical Textiles3 days ago
Your Middle East

Israel spy Pollard freed after 30 years in US jail

(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Jonathan Pollard, a Jewish American spy who passed US secrets to Israel, was freed yesterday after nearly 30 years in jail. But within hours of Pollard's release from a federal prison in North Carolina, his lawyers announced ...
 MENAFN5 days ago Israeli spy Pollard walks free after 30 years  Oman Tribune6 days ago US man convicted of spying for Israel released from prison after 30 years  ABC Online1 week ago Spy Pollard free after 30 years in US jail  Yahoo! News1 week ago
Al Jazeera

Rights groups slam 'Islamophobia' of US candidates

US presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson criticised for employing rhetoric in wake of Paris attacks. Rights groups have criticised American politicians' comments about Muslims as a debate over the future of Syrian refugees in the ...
 Al Jazeera1 week ago
Defense One

Ben Carson's National Security Ignorance May Not Matter to US Voters

It has become a commonplace since Friday's attacks that whatever else the political effects of the carnage in Paris may be, they mean that candidates with foreign-policy experience now have anedge. Subscribe Receive daily email updates: ...
 Defense One1 week ago The Spooky and Scandalous Past of Ben Carson's Top National Security Adviser  Mother Jones1 week ago Paris ISIS Attacks Spur Calls To Renew NSA Spy Program As Americans Again Weigh Privacy Vs. Security  International Business Times1 week ago
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