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Stand With A Pulse: St. Louis Workers’ Education Society DIY benefit concert for Orlando

The event brought four bands and five speakers together for the event which drew a diverse crowd of nearly 100.

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Latino panel says GOP is driving minorities away

"The Republican Party has done nothing to reach out to them, even though in 2012 the leadership of the GOP vowed to make it more inclusive."

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School funding slashed by $750 million in last four years

"Rahm wants to buy you a drink. Ask him if he can buy you an assistant principal and a special-education teacher instead."

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Pastors for Peace, Cuban activists talk renewable energy, LGBT Pride

America must finally and fully overcome its antipathy toward living in peaceful coexistence with a neighboring state with a different political system than ours.

Florida jury holds ex-officer liable for slaying Victor Jara in Chile

"It's a case for criminals to see that if they ever commit a crime anywhere on this planet, they cannot run away and hide," Amanda Jara said after the verdict.

Trump and Pence: “A perfect storm of GOP extremism”

It doesn't really matter who among the three men on his short list Donald Trump picks for vice president - they're all interchangeable members of the same right wing gang.

Video: Chicagoans rally for community control, disarming of police

"If the governor of Minnesota can ask the President to do something, we sure as hell can."

Eight Orlandoans arrested at Rubio’s office for sit-in against gun violence

What was intended to be a 49-hour sit-in for at Senator Marco Rubio's downtown office on Monday was cut short by police.

Unions: Dem platform stronger on unfair trade deals

The proposed Democratic Party platform includes language that is close to an outright rejection of the controversial TPP.

Colorado River Indian tribes lead the way in evicting latter-day settlers

A federal judge has ruled in favor of one group of Native American tribes that is evicting white settlers from reservation land.