Simone Biles Sets Record By Picking Up Her 13th World Championship Gold

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Simone Biles made history by picking up her record 13th career gold medal at the world gymnastics championships when she cruised to victory in the vault final on Friday. Yet it’s the silver she captured on uneven bars that the Olympic and world champion may cherish

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“It Shouldn’t Be a Crime In This World to Speak Your Mind”

By Kayla Webley Adler Oct 17, 2018 On Tuesday, October 2, Washington Post global opinions editor Karen Attiah’s Whatsapp started “blowing up” with messages from mutual friends asking if she’d heard the news. “Jamal’s missing, Jamal’s missing,” they said, pointing Attiah to an article in an Arabic publication that said

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Sexism, Racism Drive More Black Women to Run For Office in Both Brazil and U.S.

October 4, 2018 6.28am EDT Kia Lilly Caldwell, Professor, African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Motivated in part by President Donald Trump’s disparaging remarks about women and the numerous claims that he committed sexual assault, American women are running for state and national office

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Obama Denounces Trump’s Immigration Policy

Jacob Siegal, BGR News Nearly two weeks after addressing the United States from the White House for the last time, Obama has broken his silence. In a statement delivered via spokesperson Kevin Lewis, Obama has praised Americans who are “exercising their Constitutional right to assemble” in light of President Trump’s immigration ban. Here’s is

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