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Most Americans say that reluctance to report sexual assault is a greater issue than false reports, and two-fifths say there is a 'rape culture' In November Rolling Stone published an explosive article by Sabrina Rubin Erdely in which she said that UVA student 'Jackie' had been brutally gang-raped by a fraternity. ...
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Despite the Congressional report the found no wrongdoing over Benghazi, many still believe that the Obama administration acted improperly  After a two-year investigation, the House Intelligence Committee has found no wrongdoing related to the 2012 attack on the U.S. Benghazi consulate that resulted in the deaths of four Americans, including ...
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Americans generally support reforms to allow illegal immigrants to remain in the country, but they tend to oppose President Obama's executive order protecting millions from deportation Many Americans are still sympathetic to the needs of immigrants, but they reject executive action, even though they know the likelihood of Congressional action ...
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In 1992 most Americans thought that the officers who beat Rodney King were guilty of a crime, but now people tend to say that Darren Wilson is innocent A violent incident involving a young black man and white police officers, leading to a public outcry, protests, and ultimately riots. The ...
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