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26 Feb, 2019 06:44

Richard Branson eyes Venezuela’s oil & aid workers could be the new special forces (E909)

America’s foreign aid agency is considering a new proposal to train aid workers as special forces. From Sen. Rubio’s violence-praising tweets to Sen. Feinstein’s scolding of children, US senators are having a rough year. Billionaire Richard Branson’s interest in Venezuelan regime change could be fueled by a desire for oil. A panel on Black History Month. And a word from NASA on Katherine Johnson.

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