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Published: Wed, 28 Sep 2016 05:37:05 GMT2016-09-28T05:37:05Z

 



Shimon Peres, 93, Israeli statesman, dies

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 05:37:05 GMT2016-09-28T05:37:05Z

Shimon Peres, 93, the Israeli statesman who helped build his country into a nuclear-armed regional military power, shared a Nobel Peace Prize for laying out a short-lived framework for peace with the Palestinians, and more recently defended Israel's controversial military actions in the Gaza Strip and Lebanon, died Wednesday at a hospital in Tel Aviv, Israeli media reported.



Clinton ebullient, Trump scrambles after debate

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 05:33:49 GMT2016-09-28T05:33:49Z

Hillary Clinton moved to capitalize Tuesday on a sharp-edged debate performance that exposed vulnerabilities for Donald Trump, excoriating his values and character in an effort to expand her coalition of women, minorities and young voters.



Refugee students sue for their place in public education

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 17:10:24 GMT2016-09-26T17:10:24Z

From flashpoints around the world - wars in Africa and the Middle East, terrorism in Asia, gang violence in Central America - tens of millions of migrants have run for their lives in just the past few years, creating crises of epic scale for many destination nations.



How a Philly cop broke the school-to-prison pipeline

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 14:26:43 GMT2016-09-26T14:26:43Z

One morning in September 2014, when Jahnira Jones had just started seventh grade at Richard Allen Prep Charter School, her after-school plans weighed on her mind. She was supposed to take SEPTA to meet her mother near City Hall. "I was scared to go downtown," said Jahnira, now 15. It would be her first time taking public transit alone.