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Obama’s Drone War
Prelude to violence: In North Waziristan, people looked up to watch as drones circled for hours, or even days, before striking.Credit Illustration by Patrik Svensson At the Pearl Continental Hotel,...
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U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz to speak at Berkshire ...
LENOX >> There are laws that protect citizens' constitutional and civil rights, but organizers of an upcoming conference on the matter feel that few people know what protections they're entitled...
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Second IMF Statistical Forum
November 18, 20148:45 a.m. Louis Marc Ducharme was appointed Director of the IMF's Statistics Department on June 17, 2013. Before joining the IMF, he spent 30 years at Statistics Canada where he...
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100 Women in Congress; UK Women Face Growing Wage...
... United States now has 100 women in Congress. Democrat Alma Adams of North Carolina has become the 100th woman to sit in Congress after winning a special election on Tuesday, the...
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Unusual candidate Micah Edmond carries torch for ...
Micah Edmond, a Republican candidate for Congress, campaigns at a barbershop, the Pro-Style’n Hair Salon in Alexandria, Va., in September. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post) To run for Congress as a...
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