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DAPL construction reportedly delayed

The Dakota Access Pipeline construction project has reportedly been delayed by the US Army Corps of Engineers pending further “discussion and analysis” with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, according to CNN. The proposed oil pipeline, planned to stretch from Standing Rock, North … Continue reading

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The results are in, and Putin is quite pleased

Well. The results are in. We, as a nation, have elected Donald J. Trump to be President #45. I’m sure Obama will give a very awkward, passive-aggressive speech when he passes over the torch in January. As the results were … Continue reading

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Do Trump and Obama have something in common? Maybe.

In an article published on The New York Times, a writer argues their point for why Barack Obama and Donald Trump might have some things in common. The message behind this post shows collected data which, could be argued, suggests … Continue reading

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Storify post – live social media coverage of Mosul as the battle against IS rages on

[<a href=”//storify.com/AllenBM30/getting-started” target=”_blank”>View the story “The Battle for Mosul” on Storify</a>]

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News articles on social media now include rotating photos

October 20, 2016 By Brad Allen, UW-W student blogger According to an article published on www.Adweek.com, online publishers and companies can now advertise with the usage of 360-degree-photos through Facebook’s new Instant Articles feature. 360-degree-photos are still images which the viewer … Continue reading

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