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The History of Third-Party Candidates in the United States

TeenVogue.com - 31 May 2018
The two political parties that we know in America today — Democrats and Republicans — have largely dominated the landscape of United States politics for 165 years, since the 1853 inauguration of Democrat Franklin Pierce. Republicans have had 19 ...
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Here's How Third-Party Candidates Have Changed Elections

History - 04 Jun 2018
Roosevelt finished in second after winning six states and 27 percent of the popular vote. Taft was a distant third followed by another third-party candidate, Eugene V. Debs. The Socialist Party nominee received nearly one million votes in the fourth of ...
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HomePod Now Available to Order in Canada, France, and Germany

Mac Rumors - 18 Jun 2018
HomePods could already be used abroad in countries outside of the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia, but Siri's language options were limited to American, Australian, and British dialects of English, and certain features like Siri's ability ...
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Producer Deliveries as of Week 45

DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog) - 18 Jun 2018
Activity over the upcoming weeks will signal whether the discovery of GMO wheat seed in southern Alberta has a bearing on overall movement, while the escalation in trade tensions between the United States and China could have a positive spillover ...
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United States: STEM OPT Third-Party Placements Placed in Doubt

Mondaq News Alerts - 07 Jun 2018
Since May 2016, F-1 STEM graduates have enjoyed up-to three years of employment authorization through post-completion Optional Practical Training ("OPT"). In issuing its final rule to increase STEM OPT extensions from 17 to 24 months, USCIS placed ...
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Australia Scraps Plans for National Biometric Crime Database

Gizmodo - 18 Jun 2018
The Australian government is ending its plans for a national biometric database meant to help police departments track suspects and other persons of interest, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission announced Friday. Surveillance and security ...

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