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“This is a lot worse”: The wicked truth about the...
Peter Callahan was caught between two police lines in the West Florissant section of Ferguson, Mo., on Sunday night, when something fiery hot singed his leg. A nearby protester’s shirt briefly caught...
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Quartz Weekend Brief—Burger King’s move, Yellen’s...
Quartz Weekend Brief—Burger King’s move, Yellen’s revolution, Motorola, Burning Man Good morning, Quartz readers! There are four Burger King restaurants in Grand Cayman. When you buy a Whopper there...
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Wall Street Journal
The Best Reporting on Federal Push to Militarize ...
The Best Reporting on Federal Push to Militarize Local Police Protestor Boss Bastain of St. Louis locks arms with others as they confront Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers in front of the...
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Department of Defense
Louisiana Is Shrinking And It's A Threat To The E...
An unholy trinity of forces – levees along the Mississippi River, sea level rise due to climate change, and fossil fuel extraction – have caused about 2,000 square miles of southeastern Louisiana to...
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Popular Science Australia
Doctors prescribing drugs to foster kids come und...
With pressure on California’s foster care system to curb the rampant use of powerful psych meds on foster kids, concern is mounting about the doctors behind the questionable prescribing. For months,...
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Louisiana Is Drowning. Here's Why That's Bad News...
Scientists now say one of the greatest environmental and economic disasters in the nation’s history is rushing toward a catastrophic conclusion over the next 50 years, so far unabated and largely...
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Looking for light
Politics is a cheap game to play in Montana, thanks largely to “dark money,” a furtive type of campaign funding for which the state has a substantial claim to being the nation’s poster child. Liberal...
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Report Explores Data Breach At Arizona Terror Cen...
The seriousness of data breaches has become more intense in recent months. Whether it’s information on customers who shop at Target or eat at P.F. Chang’s, concern about privacy protection is...
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HealthCare.gov's new CEO, NGA's mapping contract ...
HealthCare.gov's new CEO, NGA's mapping contract and more Connecticut official named CEO of HealthCare.gov Kevin Counihan, who until recently headed Connecticut's state health insurance exchange,...
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Another ObamaCare website suffers delays, glitche...
June 15, 2009: President Obama delivers remarks on the health care system at the annual meeting of the American Medical Association.Reuters WASHINGTON – Thought HealthCare.gov had problems? Another...
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Pharmacy makes Mike Ross rich UPDATE
And this on U.S. Rep. Mike Ross deserves its own item: Ross whined yesterday that his health industrial complex funding has not included campaign contributions from the pharmaceutical industry (by...
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Data breach mystery leads from Arizona counterter...
Napolitano, who went on to serve as President Barack Obama’s secretary of homeland security, did not reply to multiple interview requests. Hendershott, Arpaio’s longtime chief deputy, hung up on a...
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Capital One and six Washington area community ban...
Six community banks in Greater Washington have repaid a combined $234.6 million in federal TARP loans, plus dividends, interest and fees that helped the government net more than $79.4 million in...
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Why is the Cuomo Administration Automatically Del...
This story was co-published with the Albany Times-Union and WNYC. New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s administration—which the governor pledged would be the most transparent in state history—has quietly...
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Albany Times Union
Unfair share: How oil and gas drillers avoid payi...
It seemed promising. Two wells drilled on his lease hit as sweet a spot as the Marcellus shale could offer 2013 tens of millions of cubic feet of natural gas gushed forth. Last December, he received a...
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Researchers create privacy wrapper for Android We...
On a mobile application, users typically have a single choice to protect their privacy: install the application or not. The binary choice has left most users ignoring permission warnings and...
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A sampling of editorials from around New York
... The Daily Gazette of Schenectady on government transparency and New York's policy for purging emails. Aug. 17 One of the big problems government bodies have always had with retaining public...
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Feds to withhold some doctor payment data after i...
The Centers For Medicare & Medicaid Services said Friday that, because of data inconsistencies, a third of the records in a database showing drug and device-maker contributions to doctors will be...
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What to Look For In Dueling Autopsies of Slain Fe...
In the next few weeks, separate teams of doctors will issue autopsy reports about Michael Brown, the unarmed African American shot to death by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. If history is any...
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Yemeni victims of U.S. military drone strike get ...
The Yemeni government paid the families of those killed or injured in a U.S. drone strike last year more than $1 million, according to documents that provide new details on secret condolence payments...
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