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Blood on the tracks: The short life and mysterious death of Deion Fludd

Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi sentenced to 20 years in prison

With prison tablets, a choice between rehab and profiteering

Opinion: The shocking cost of denying workers living wages  

South Africa deploys army to quell violence

Pope’s pact with nuns keeps men in control

EU proposes doubling migrant rescue effort

Deadly blast hits restaurant in Somali capital

Abuse allegations continue at care facilities

State Dept allegedly rushed pipeline approval

Opinion: Europe’s refugee policy is broken

Baltimore suspends six officers over death

Humpback whale may leave endangered list

Case against Argentine president dismissed

Deepwater Horizon disaster, five years on

Thais seize four tons of ivory in record bust

Saddam-era Iraqi officer guided ISIL’s rise

Siberia’s tug of war over Lake Baikal’s water

Chicago officer not guilty in fatal shooting

anonymous asked:

I don't know if you follow the three month cycle. But if the three month cycle is a true thing it seems as though they're just seeding Harry being gay with a little Louis thrown in (like Lairport). And it is kinda confusing. Like are they just accepting that when Harry's sexuality is speculated that it'll automatically get connected to Louis or...?

I’d suggest you check this post.

I’m currently working on a project of collecting articles from each month, and I’m doing Nov now. 

And I’m not analyzing anything in the content, but just look at the headlines, bolded the ones with sexuality hints and also those that are mixing Harry’s name with Louis’ too.

Disclaimer: this is not all the Louis Tomlinson headlines from November 2014.

If you think Louis’ sexuality is not a topic even back in Nov then look at this and remember there was no “gay” vine in Nov, that comes later on.

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Some US generals raise concerns about Saudi intervention in Yemen

In southeastern England, Euroskeptic UKIP finds fertile soil

Free speech, free thinking are under fire in Bangladesh

Opinion: Body cams may change policing for the worse

Charges filed in Capitol gyrocopter landing

UN says Yemen needs $274 million in aid

US sends 300 troops to train Ukraine forces

New Kansas welfare law is ‘tax on the poor’

Beijing jails veteran journalist Gao Yu

Fans urge reluctant Warren to run in 2016

When hazing of teammates becomes assault

In color guard, worlds collide

Italy pleads for EU help after boat tragedy

Deal reached to fast-track TPP trade deal

Fewer online job ads shown to women: study

Killer of Chilean folk singer to face US justice

The #JournoList

April 24, 2015

No video captured what happened to Freddie Gray inside the police van where officers heaved him into a metal compartment after pinning him to a sidewalk. The cause of his fatal spine injury has not been revealed, but troubling details have emerged

Whistle-blowing, chanting demonstrators briefly scuffled with police on during a protest over the death of a black man in Baltimore police custody.

Maryland’s governor has ordered state troopers to Baltimore as protests over the death of Freddie Gray have grown.

Two Dallas police officers who shot and killed a mentally ill man holding a screwdriver last year will not be indicted.

Blaming the “fog of war,” President Barack Obama revealed that U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan inadvertently killed an American and an Italian, two hostages held by al-Qaida, as well as two other Americans who had leadership roles with the terror network.

The Defense Department can’t account for $1.3 billion that was shipped to force commanders in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2014 for critical reconstruction projects, 60 percent of all such spending under an emergency program.

More than five months after her nomination, Loretta Lynch was confirmed by the Senate to the post of attorney general.

A new program that was supposed to get patients off waiting lists at Veterans Affairs medical centers by letting them switch to private-sector doctors is proving to be an even bigger disappointment than initially thought.

The Los Angeles City Council is poised to raise the minimum wage in the city to $15.25 an hour

Days before the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in cases challenging state bans on gay marriages, a committee of the Texas legislature has approved a bill that would broadly prohibit state employees from issuing or recognizing marriage licenses for same-sex couples.

LGBT people of color face a high risk of suffering from poverty because of discrimination and lack of strong legal protections, according to a new report

Minnesota declared a state of emergency over a fast-spreading strain of avian flu that has led to the extermination of more than 7.3 million birds in the country. It followed Wisconsin’s action on Monday.

The United States Geological Survey released its first comprehensive assessment of the link between thousands of earthquakes and oil and gas operations, identifying and mapping 17 regions where quakes have occurred.

The Nigerian military has begun a ground assault on Boko Haram’s last known stronghold in the north-eastern Sambisa forest in an effort to defeat the group.

Photo: The Washington Post building. 

The #JournoList

April 27, 2015

Mourners gathered at a North Baltimore funeral home to remember a 25-year-old black man who died a week ago while in police custody, an unexplained death that brought thousands to the city’s streets to protest police violence.

The demonstrations set off by the death of Freddie Gray have been mostly peaceful, but some Baltimore residents have seized the opportunity to protest violently.

Baltimore’s mayor and police blamed outside agitators for violence and vandalism that flared during a mostly peaceful protest over last week’s death of a young black man who sustained an unexplained spinal injury while under arrest.

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and a coalition of two dozen interdenominational leaders issued a “call for peace” after 35 people were arrested and six police officers were injured in protests over the death of Freddie Gray.

A judge declined to dismiss the voluntary manslaughter case against a Cleveland officer in the deaths of two unarmed people after a high-speed chase that ended in a 137-shot barrage

Attorneys representing a mentally ill homeless man allegedly beaten by Los Angeles Police Department officers last summer have requested a federal investigation into the incident.

The newly elected mayor of a tiny city of 300 was suspended on alleged voter fraud and locked out of City Hall before she started her first day.

The number of confirmed and presumed HIV cases stemming from abuse of intravenous prescription drugs has increased to 142 in a rural part of southeastern Indiana and more cases are being identified every day

About 60,000 fewer immigrants were caught crossing the United States’ southern border illegally in the last six months than in the same period of last year.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s arguments on Tuesday over same-sex marriage will cap more than two decades of litigation and a transformation in public attitudes.

The nation’s largest gay rights organization and Guam’s biggest newspaper are blasting the territory’s governor for not allowing marriage licenses to be issued to same-sex couples.

The death toll from Nepal’s earthquake rose to 3,218, two days after the massive quake ripped across this Himalayan nation, leaving tens of thousands shell-shocked and sleeping in streets.

The magnitude-7.8 earthquake — and aftershocks — that have devastated Katmandu and other parts of Nepal is something that experts have long seen coming.

Nepal’s capital became a city of whispers and rumors as residents hunkered down outdoors in tents and cars, and recurring aftershocks kept everyone on edge, fearing another big quake.

The Pentagon says a U.S. military plane has departed from the Dover Air Force Base in Delaware bound for earthquake-stricken Nepal.

Photo: The Baltimore Sun building sign facing Guilford Avenue.