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Commentary: Focus on truth, law & politics at Duquesne U.

When Time asked “Is Truth Dead?” on its April 3 cover, the magazine raised the central question for the future of American public life. Duquesne University School of Law will consider this provocative question and the idea of truth, in law and in politics, at a public symposi...

Forbes: Wilbur Ross overstated wealth by $2B

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Wilbur Louis RossKushner to join Trump on first half of Asia tour: report Dem strategist: 'Titans of Wall Street' in Trump admin inspire confidence China is dealing a blow to rural America, but Trump can stop it MORE purposefully overstated his weal...

West Wing advisers call Ivanka 'Princess Royal' as Jared is mocked

Ivanka Trump is derisively referred to as 'princess royal' by White House aides while her husband, Jared Kushner, is mocked by Washington, DC insiders as a political neophyte in way over his head in a lengthy magazine profile which was published on Monday. President Donald Trump...

The Prince of Darkness Has Left the Building

Heads continued to roll in last week’s Friday news dump, as the White House announced the departure of Steve Bannon. The chief strategist’s ouster had been rumored for weeks amid reports he was on the outs with most of President Trump’s inner circle — including new Chief ...

China's late Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo cremated

This photo illustration shows a collection of Taiwanese newspapers in Taipei on July 14, 2017 reporting on the death of China's Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo The body of China's late Nobel laureate ...

Jailed Nobel winner, dissident dies in China

BEIJING -- Liu Xiaobo, who kept vigil on Tiananmen Square in 1989 to protect protesters from encroaching soldiers, promoted a pro-democracy charter that led to his 11-year prison sentence and was...

"No enemies": the life-long advocacy of China's Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident

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"No enemies": the life-long advocacy of China's Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

During a hunger strike days before the Chinese army crushed the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement on June 4, 1989, the man who would become China's best known dissident, Liu Xiaobo, declare...

Liu Xiaobo's Lasting Legacy | RealClearPolitics

Liu Xiaobo, the literary critic, philosopher, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, died today at age 61. His death is an inestimable loss, and the circumstances cruel. Liu was serving an 11-year sent...

Liu Xiaobo's Lasting Legacy

Liu Xiaobo, the literary critic, philosopher, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, died today at age 61. His death is an inestimable loss, and the circumstances cruel. Liu was serving an 11-year sent...

Liu Xiaobo, Chinese prisoner who won Nobel Peace Prize, dies

BEIJING — Liu Xiaobo, the famed Chinese dissident who won the Nobel Peace Prize while jailed for his pro-democracy writings, has died in a hospital in northeastern China at the age of 61. The ...

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