'Black people were never taught that we were survivors. If anything, we’re pretty much taught that we were born to die. Being Jewish, I was never able to look at things like that.'
Bernie Sanders' elder brother, Larry, failed to be elected to the House of Commons seat vacated by former premier David Cameron.
In a speech outlining his plan for the first 100 days in office, the Republican presidential candidate also brings up personal affronts.
After stopping a car with Hungarian license plates, 'the accused began official duties with the words Heil Hitler,' prosecutor says.
After meeting with U.S. defense secretary in Baghdad, Iraq's prime minister rejects Turkish participation in campaign to oust Islamic State from stronghold.
Along with the Cubs' repeated shortfalls, failures and disappointments, its persistence is a quality that seems to hold a special attraction for the team’s Jewish fans.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej spent 70 years on the throne and became known as a pillar of stability and anchor even when the country teetered on the brink of crisis.
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