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Crying Foul

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Stevante Clark addresses fellow protesters on March 28 in response to the killing of his brother, Stephon, an unarmed African- American who was shot by police on March 18 in his grandmother’s backyard.

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SIX MORE YEARS It was close to midnight on March 18th and a triumphant Vladimir Putin stood at a podium at his campaign headquarters near Red Square. Dressed in a jacket and open-necked shirt, Russia’s longtime leader looked weary but satisfied. He had just secured a fourth presidential term in a landslide election, extending his rule for another six years, until 2024 and maybe beyond. What will that mean for America and the world?