Only 11,773 out of the three million Guatemalans in the United States are in the country legally, according to a study presented Wednesday by the Association of Research and Social Studies.
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Iraqi soldiers from the Popular Mobilization Forces absolutely annihilated an ISIS suicide bomber Sunday, dramatic footage posted to LiveLeak shows.
Kaitlin Bennett, the president of Turning Point USA's Kent State University chapter blasted the right-wing organization in a letter Monday, citing leadership deficiencies in the national organization that led to the chapter's eventual dissolution.
Italian police in Pavia, Italy clashed with "anti-fascist" protestors attempting to disrupt a right-wing memorial service dedicated to Italians killed by communist partisans Wednesday, Ruptly reports.
Around 800 Anti-North Korea protesters in Pyeongchang, South Korea tore up portraits of Kim Jong-Un, burned North Korean flags, and briefly clashed with riot police Friday ahead of the Winter Olympics Opening ceremony, Reuters reports.
Two armed, masked men walked into a Kinston, North Carolina store planning to rob the place, but their crime did not go as planned, WITN reports.
Qaisar Mahmood, a Muslim born in Pakistan who admits he has no background in "cultural heritage," was recently selected to lead Sweden's National Heritage Board, Samhällsnytt reports.
Luca Traini, the Italian fascist who shot and wounded six African migrants Saturday, is receiving an 'alarming' level of support from the Italian people, according to his lawyer.
A delegation of American diplomats in Bethlehem was attacked by a group of Palestinian protestors Tuesday, forcing the diplomats to flee the scene, according to the The Times Of Israel.
The employee who sent a false missile attack alert in Hawaii earlier this month believed a real attack was occurring.
Swedish academic Ann Heberlein was booted from American crowdfunding platform Kickstarter Thursday after trying to raise money for a book studying the link between rape and immigration, Dagens Nyheter reports.
Billionaire investor and activist George Soros took aim at Google and Facebook Thursday during a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, calling the tech giants "near-monopoly distributors."
Vox co-founder Matthew Yglesias wrote and then quickly deleted a controversial tweet regarding Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, who was sentenced to up to 175 years of prison Wednesday for seven counts of criminal sexual conduct.
An exotic dancer was sentenced to 15 years in prison Monday for stabbing a rival stripper in the throat during a strip club fight, The New York Post reports.
Military special forces and U.S. Customs and Border Protection special units spent three weeks trying to scale the eight prototypes of President Trump's proposed border wall, but found the barriers extremely difficult to overcome, according to an Associated Press report.
Former Trump White House advisor Sebastian Gorka is wanted in Hungary on charges of "firearm or ammunition abuse," according to a BuzzFeed report published Thursday.
A security guard beat the snot out of a gunman attempting to rob a store, a video posted to LiveLeak Friday shows.
A teen in Brooklyn, New York thwarted an attempting mugging by a man armed with a pistol, a video posted to LiveLeak Wednesday shows.
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