A passage in a McGraw-Hill textbook referred to slaves as immigrant workers, rather than people captured and sold into oppression.
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"This is the best story in the world today," World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said in a statement.
"It's empowering, and it shows other women that you can get to a place where you can overcome the obstacles of body-image issues."
"Just because I'm a sexual being doesn't mean I want to have sex with YOU," one sign read.
"They were pretty doggone close," Sheriff Jim Mele told reporters.
"That's what guns are, the killers. Simple as that ... What do you want a gun for?"
"Me? I'm just an ordinary citizen who believes the Keystone pipeline will destroy our environment."
A cringeworthy moment.
"It's usurped his entire situation at 'Empire,' and the show could do without Terrence Howard," Williams said.
The Vermont senator said the U.S. would not want to make Syria's "very complex situation" worse.
"The idea that women are inherently weak – and we've identified the few strong ones to tell stories about – is mad."
In a statement, a U.S. military spokesman called the incident "collateral damage."
"I ask the pope to be strong."
"They're going to come through the cracks. And they're going to do things that people will not even believe are possible."
"It's been going on since sixth grade."
Buy good things. Feel good things.
This would be so freaking cathartic.
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The U.S. is bracing for the "extremely dangerous" hurricane.
Spoiler alert: not that hard.
The hack could threaten 1 billion smartphones.
"I hope it gets the message across."
Trouble in Dixie.
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