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The Obama administration Friday is taking a small step toward expanding adult prisoners' access to federal Pell grants. The money would help pay for college-level classes behind bars.

Measuring The Power Of A Prison Education

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The Obama administration Friday is taking a small step toward expanding adult prisoners' access to federal Pell grants. The money would help pay for college-level classes behind bars.

America's ambassadors, US senators, and even the president have been spending a lot of time worrying about hostilities with Iran. But it might be time to start worrying about our “friendly” neighbor to the north.

OK, not really. But the two are locked in a serious border dispute. And tensions have been rising.

American and Canadian lobstermen are arguing over the fishing rights for the waters surrounding three unpopulated islands off the coast of Maine — or Nova Scotia, depending on who you talk to.

Sturgill Simpson doesn't adhere to what's expected of him.

New classified documents released by WikiLeaks purport to show that the United States spied on Japan's government, as well as on Japanese banks and companies, including Mitsubishi.

In one document marked "top secret," the U.S. allegedly distributed information from a conversation between cabinet-level officials from four ministries and Japan's chief cabinet secretary about Japan's G-8 proposals on climate change.

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