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Signs Of Resistance To India's Glaring Social Apartheid / THE WIRE EAST DELHI — It's one of those hot and withering mid-July afternoons. Anjum is sitting in her class at a government school in East Delhi’s Patparganj.

DNA of headless torso matches Swedish journalist believed killed in amateur submarine

Police identified a headless female torso found in waters off Copenhagen as that of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who they believe was killed on a homemade submarine.

Police Use Tear Gas on Protesters After Trump’s Phoenix Rally

The event drew thousands of peaceful protesters, but the situation turned chaotic after Trump’s divisive speech.

Hong Kong shut down by most powerful storm to hit territory in 5 years

Offices and schools were forced to close as the most powerful storm in the last five years to hit Hong Kong swept past at 126 km/h.

US could cut aid to Pakistan, wants more help in fighting Taliban – Tillerson

The US may cut aid to Pakistan or review its status as a major non-NATO ally if Islamabad does not do more to help fight the Taliban in Afghanistan, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper questions Trump's fitness for office

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper found President Trump's speech Tuesday night in Phoenix "so objectionable on so many levels," and said he worries about Trump's "access to the nuclear codes." James Clapper, former director of national intelligence, says he questions President Trump's fitness for office — CNN (@CNN) August 23, 2017 Speaking to CNN's Don Lemon, Clapper shared that he worked in some capacity or another for every president from John F.

Catholic priest reveals he was a KKK member during college

After watching the events in Charlottesville unfold, a Catholic priest in Virginia came forward with some personal information he had kept under wraps for years: In the 1970s, he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan, and served jail time for burning crosses.

Trevor Noah has more questions than jokes about Trump's Afghanistan War policy

As President Trump was railing against the news media in Phoenix on Tuesday night, The Daily Show's Trevor Noah was looking back at a very different and much more consequential speech Trump had given the night before, laying out his plans for the Afghanistan War.

Trump’s Rehash of His Charlottesville Remarks Was Deceitful and Self-Destructive

Nobody was surprised the president cut loose at a rally in Phoenix. But he showed he can’t drop his losing argument.

CNN's Don Lemon calmly pans Trump's 'unhinged,' childish Phoenix speech, 'a total eclipse of the facts'

Contrary to President Trump's repeated assertions inside the Phoenix Convention Center on Tuesday night, CNN did broadcast his entire campaign-style rally.

Recycled Shipping Container House

It’s been awhile since we reported on a cool new shipping container home, but this awesome piece of cargotecture easily makes up for that.

Five stories you need to know from August 22, 2017

With so much news going 0n 24/7, it can be hard to keep up. TheBlaze is here to help. We’ve summarized some of the day’s biggest and most interesting stories to help you stay informed.

During Phoenix rally, Trump defends his Charlottesville remarks as thousands protest outside

As thousands of protesters stood outside, President Trump spoke to supporters Tuesday night in the Phoenix Convention Center about his response to the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, complained about the media, hinted that he'll soon pardon Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County sheriff convicted of criminal contempt of court, and said the wall would be built along the U.S.-Mexico border "even if we have to close down our government." Trump spent the first 30 minutes of his speech defending his Charlottesville remarks and decrying the criticism he received from "dishonest" people who thought he took too long to comment.

Joe Arpaio, the anti-immigrant sheriff that Trump wants to save from prison, explained

The rise, fall, and nearly-assured resurrection of “America’s toughest sheriff.” President Donald Trump has all but promised to pardon former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

George Clooney and his wife donate $1 million to group targeting conservatives

Actor George Clooney and his human rights lawyer wife donated a million dollars to a group that has been accused for mislabeling conservative organizations as “hate groups.” A statement released by the couple said the donation was in response to the fatal Charlottesville attack.

Lebanon helped foil ISIS ‘Barbie doll bomb’ plot in Australia – minister

Lebanese intelligence helped foil an Islamic State terrorist attack on an airplane bound for Abu Dhabi from Sydney in July, the Middle East country's interior minister said Monday.

We knew ESPN was liberal, but you won’t believe what they’ve done now

ESPN has pulled an Asian-American announcer from calling a University of Virginia football game because his name is Robert Lee.

Founder of firm tied to Trump dossier meets with Senate committee in Russia probe

WASHINGTON — The co-founder of a Washington opposition research firm that produced a dossier of salacious allegations involving President Donald Trump met for hours with congressional investigators Tuesday in a closed-door appearance that stretched into the evening.

This poet is making sure women of the Bauhaus movement get their due

The Bauhaus German art school of the early to mid-20th century is today associated with several things: its stark white modernist buildings, its emphasis on re-combining arts and craft, and the male artists and architects who taught there, including Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky.

Report: Navy to remove Seventh Fleet commander after several collisions

The U.S. Navy is planning on relieving Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin from duty as commander of the Seventh Fleet, following four crashes, two deadly, in Asia since January, U.S.