US/Russia Syrian Mess

U.S.-led coalition air strikes reportedly killed dozens of Syrian soldiers on Saturday, endangering a U.S.- Russian brokered ceasefire and prompting an emergency UN Security Council meeting as tensions between Moscow and Washington escalated. The US says the attack was accidental, but foreign correspondent Reese Erlich says, “On Sunday, Secretary of State John Kerry attacked the […]

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Wells Fargo: Employees and Customers Blew Whistle

The Senate Banking Committee is holding a hearing today on aggressive sales tactics employed by Wells Fargo employees that led to a $185-million settlement package with federal and state regulators. Five senators requested a committee investigation into the bank’s pressure-cooker sales practices that pushed thousands of Wells Fargo employees to open as many as 2 million […]

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The Good, Bad and Ugly of Election Voting

Remember hanging chads? A 2016 election season of unprecedented surprises on the campaign trail will be no less confusing in ballot boxes across the country as states start implementing a dizzying array of voting rule changes. This year, states such as Texas and North Carolina are making it harder for citizens to vote by imposing new identification requirements at the […]

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Presidential Debates – Americans Want More Candidates

Monday, September 26th will be the first televised presidential debate and according to a recent Suffolk University/USA Today national poll, 76 percent of respondents believe that third-party candidates should be able to share the debate stage with Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. David Paleologos says, “Nationally, there is a voter appetite this year […]

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09/22/16 RTIR E-zine: Race and Police, Brangelina Split, Teen Suicide

September 22, 2016 01. Race and Police: Where Black and Blue Intersect 02. Interview Journalist on Syrian Developments 03. Carcinogens in Millions of Americans’ Water 04. Brangelina Split – What’s at Stake? 05. Jolie/Pitt Divorce – When Parenting Styles Clash 06. Jim Carrey Wrongful Death Suit 07. Wells Fargo: Employees and Customers Blew Whistle 08. […]

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09/20/16 RTIR E-zine: Wells Fargo, Terrorism Attacks, National Debt

September 20, 2016 01. How to Save Lives in a Terrorist Attack 02. US/Russia Syrian Mess 03. Wells Fargo: Employees and Customers Blew Whistle 04. The U.S. Government Is Giving Away Internet Control 05. New Study: Your Dog Knows Exactly What You’re Saying 06. Doc on Trump & Clinton’s Health Concerns 07. Presidential Candidates – Personality […]

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09/15 RTIR E-zine: Political Health, Saving on College, Ovarian Cancer Month

September 15, 2016 01. Journalist Charles Glass – Syria Burning 02. Farmers Union Condemns Bayer/Monsanto Deal 03. Doc on Trump & Clinton’s Health Concerns 04. Pneumonia – Should Hillary Shut Her Mouth? 05. A Paradigm Shift in Choosing Politicians 06. Obamacare – What Happens Next? 07. Former Scholarship Judge: How to Save $ on Tuition […]

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09/13/16 RTIR E-zine: NFL and Head Injuries, Pain Awareness, American Patriotism

September 13, 2016 01. Presidential Debates – Americans Want More Candidates 02. The Good, Bad and Ugly of Election Voting 03. Everything You Need to Know to Cast a Vote 04. A Paradigm Shift in Choosing Politicians 05. Presidential Candidates – Personality Vs. Platform 06. Trump and the Real Root of Narcissism 07. Cam Newton, NFL […]

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09/07/16 RTIR E-zine: Fracking and the Earthquake, Safety after 9/11, Suicide Prevention Month

September 7, 2016   01. Did Fracking Cause OK Earthquake? 02. 15 Years After 9/11 – Are We Safer? 03. Why SpaceX Explosion Could be a Good thing 04. Inspiring Stories from the Louisiana Flood 05. Trump and the Real Root of Narcissism 06. Politicians Make Lousy Leaders 07. Tame Teen Back-to-School Crazies 08. Heavy […]

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