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  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Colombia, Cuba & Latvia May 22, 2015
    1) During a pause in negotiations with FARC rebels in Colombia, President Juan Manuel Santos ordered airstrikes on the militants, killing 18 in one of the deadliest attacks against the rebels. Previously, Colombia had ended all airstrikes but the suspension was lifted last month. Peace talks resumed the same day.   2) The U.S. and Cuba have […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Syria, Libya & Mali May 21, 2015
    1) ISIS has gained control of the Syrian city of Palmyra. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Islamic State now controls half of the country. 2) New fighting in Libya has killed 10 people and wounded 40. The dual governments in the country continue to clash violently, with the added presence of ISIS terrorists. […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Nigeria, North Korea & Iran May 20, 2015
    1) Nigeria is attempting to crack down on Boko Haram, the military destroyed 10 of the terrorists’ camps in the past week. Women who have escaped the militants have described rape and abuse for those captured.   2) North Korea claims to have developed the ability to miniaturize nuclear weapons (to fit on a missile). […]
  • Reducing the Costs of the Purple Line May 22, 2015
    Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan has said he would approve the costly Purple Line light-rail project provided the cost could be “dramatically” reduced. In response, the Antiplanner presents this modest proposal. The proposal calls for using buses instead of rail, which reduces costs by 98 percent. The resulting bus service would be far more frequent than […]
  • Spend More or Less on Infrastructure? May 21, 2015
    USA Today thinks the federal government needs to spend more on infrastructure. An opposing view suggests that most of any spending increases would go for unnecessary new projects, not for repair of existing infrastructure. Certainly, something must be done about the impasse over the federal transportation bill. But increased spending isn’t necessarily the solution; we […]
  • Two-Month Extension for Highways/Transit May 20, 2015
    The House of Representatives