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The tumultuous Brazilian presidential election is featuring five candidates who all still have a chance of winning including: far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro of the Social Liberal Party, Ciro Gomes of the Democratic Labor Party, Geraldo Alckmin of the Brazilian Social Democratic Party, and Fernando Haddad of the Workers' Party, who is a replacement for the imprisoned former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. A new report released by Reuters on Wednesday details some of the reasons why this

The United Nations said it would be sending an assistant director to continue its anti-graft mission in Guatemala on Wednesday but the group's Secretary General Antonio Guterres still supports Ivan Velasquez, the chief fo the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala, who is banned from entering the country, according to The Associated Press. Guterres sent a letter to Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales which said he supported Velasquez but also told him to name a deputy, according

North Carolina's poultry farms reported massive losses on Wednesday due to the flooding from Hurricane Florence while South Carolina reported severely damaged crops, according to CNN. North Carolina's Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services said nearly 3.4 million poultry birds were killed in the state, which exceeds the losses which occurred two years ago in Hurricane Matthew. A federal inventory said the state had 830 million head of broiler chickens and 32 million head of turkeys.

Eleven Indians have died in September while cleaning sewers or septic tanks without proper safety gear according to new figures released by the Indian government which revealed the drastic toll of the dangerous work, according to The Guardian. At least one Indian worker performing manual scavenging has died every five days since the start of 2017, according to government statistics. But activists and the National Commission for Safai Karamacharis (NCSK), the government agency which provided the

President Donald Trump increased his attacks on his Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday in a new interview with Hill.TV where he criticized the leader of the Department of Justice for his confirmation hearing and his recusal from the Russia investigation, according to The Washington Post. Trump has repeatedly criticized Sessions' decision to recuse himself from the ongoing investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller covering Russian interference in the 2016 election “I don’t have

It's game on again for the original PlayStation. Sony plans to release a revamped model of the iconic gaming console, called PlayStation Classic on December 3, Sony announced Wednesday . The company said the game system will

Togo, ruled by Africa's longest serving political dynasty and rocked by months of anti-regime protests, will hold legislative and local elections in December as well as a referendum on constitutional reforms, the national poll body says. ...

Football season has arrived and that means that many of our Saturdays and Sundays have gotten a lot better (depending on which team you are rooting for). The weather has been in our favor as well, so there is no better time then now to enjoy your favorite, and not so favorite, football games in your own backyard! Taking …

SHE’S BACK
Coveted, in demand, and glowing like a ray of sunshine…. Carey Hinrichs, our very own OFRA spokeswoman, will be back on HSN’s Beauty Report tomorrow, September 19th at 9 pm EST. Sit back, grab a snack and watch how Carey uses our Boho Palette LIVE. An expert on all things beauty, Carey will be showing us how to go from bare to fresh-faced glam. Amy Morrison, host of Beauty Report will be hanging out as well, learning all of our OFRA…

If 63% of Millennials get their news from Facebook, and conservative and Christian speech is censored, then what? Brad Dacus, President of the Pacific Justic...