REDLINE: hdr22@clintonemail.com

    In a bid for transparency (or redemption), Hillary Clinton released the remaining emails saved on her private server, used during her tenure as Secretary of State. Nothing juicy, but the Fordham Political Review Editors provide analysis anyways!

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    REDLINE: Israeli Relationship Tested with Netanyahu Visit

    "Never has so much been written about a speech that has not been given." That was Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, speaking to members and supporters of the Israel lobby AIPAC. In this issue of REDLINE, the FPR team explains why this White House tenses up every time Bibi is in town.

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    4 Outcomes of the Midterms that No One is Talking About

    In two separate press conferences today, the language from Senator Mitch McConnell and President Obama sounded the same as it ever was; has anything really changed? (Yes!... ish)

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    Bang for Your Buck: How Much Should College Really Cost?

    A couple days ago, while surfing the Internet and sitting in my living room and complaining to my roommates about how expensive college is and all the debt we’re going to graduate with (a joyous conversation, I know), I found a rather soothing article that fit our conversation perfectly. A few days ago, Lower Saxony became the last of the seven German states to abolish tuition fees entirely for college students. I nearly choked on my coffee.

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    Al-Zawahiri releases al-Qaeda 7.0

    By Abu Maghas al-Hammami

    WAZIRISTAN, Pakistan -- At this year's Worldwide Jihadists Conference (WWJC), CEO Ayman Al-Zawahiri released the newest iteration of the world's most famous terrorist organization. The group is touting the new iDeology 6, giving jihadists even shakier religious justification to pursue violent jihad at home and abroad. Codenamed "Khorasan" during development, the release’s reception has been largely negative.

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