Shehab Chowdhury
Shehab Chowdhury
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3 Big News Stories That You Missed Since the Shutdown

Three important stories that got overshadowed by Obamacare and the government shutdown.

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Right-Wing Group Likens Ted Cruz to Jesus

A Christian conservative compares the Ted Cruz's standoff to the crucifixion of Jesus.
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Workplace Bullying: Are You a Victim Or a Perpetrator?

Workplace bullying is no different than bullying in school.
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Will the New Economy Really Let You "Be Your Own Boss"?

Structural transformations in our economy coupled with a team-oriented focus in the 21st century workplace will allow for a bossless work environment to thrive in new fields.

Texas Passed Abortion Laws In a Special Session, Because Trampling On Women's Rights Can't Wait

The Texas Senate passed an anti-abortion bill in a special session, raising questions of what kind of environment Texas will create for the women who live there.

Erick Erickson: Stuck in the Stone Age On Women's Roles

Erickson's thoughts on why men are the dominant gender are both concerning and shameful in the 21st century.

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Myanmar Muslims: If Myanmar Wants a Democracy, It Must Integrate Its Muslim Minority

Myanmar's communal conflicts are fast approaching a point where its transition towards a democracy is finally tested.
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Elizabeth Warren Student Loans: Bill a Good Start

Warren's bill is a craft political statement intended to incorporate an impending issue about the student loan bubble and further rally students to become more active political agents.

Todd Akin: Failed Missouri Senate Candidate Has Hollow Regrets Over "Legitimate Rape"

Todd Akin has expressed his regrets about his "legitimate rape" comments from last summer — but only his regrets that what he said derailed his campaign.
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"Burmese Bin Laden" Creating Division in Myanmar

A 45-year-old Burmese Monk dubbed the “Buddhist Bin Laden” is flaming social tensions between Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar by advocating for violence against Rohingyas.