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  • Martelli seeks help for West after troubling video

    Phil Martelli, who coached Delonte West for three seasons at Saint Joseph's, said he is working to get West help after a video appearing to depict West rambling in handcuffs went viral on social media Monday.
  • How the US helped create El Salvador’s bloody gang war

    The story of El Salvador’s gang problem is a study in shortsighted thinking – and Donald Trump’s policies threaten to make a bad situation even worse. By William Wheeler Israel Ticas is racing down the highway, drumming his hands on the wheel of “The Beast”, a tall, boxy police truck that he aims at the small, bustling town of San Luis Talpa, about 25 miles south of El Salvador’s capital, San Salvador. A decades-long veteran of the security forces, Ticas’s first job was as an artist in the...

    the Guardian
  • 'The Bachelor''s Tayshia Adams Explains How CBD Has Helped Her Deal With The Anxiety Of Fame

    The reality TV star talks about how she got into CBD and why she's become an advocate as she launches her own beauty line.

  • Russia's Past Can Help Explain China's South China Sea Strategy

    Lyle J. Goldstein Security, Asia It's clear what Beijing's plan is. Key point: China has studied the Soviet Union in detail. The “sail by” of USS Lassen within the 12 nautical mile claim line of the new Chinese facilities on Subi reef in the South China Sea occurred without major incident last week. Despite some fiery Chinese rhetoric, war has not broken out and that is a profoundly good thing. Actually, nothing much has changed at all, so it seems. The tense stalemate persists as before....

    The National Interest