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Prioritize funding for Sickle cell disease research

September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month, which gives those of us in the health care sector and policymakers an opportunity to take stock and consider whether as a society we are doing all that we can to address this often devastating...

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The truth about email at the State Department

Email, servers, classified memos. By now there would appear to be nothing left to say about Hillary Clinton’s e-troubles. We’ve had thousands of pages, articles, tweets, blogs, stories, testimony,...

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In Russia-US Deal, West leaves Syrian Islamist mess

With no official documentation publicly available, latest cease-fire negotiated by the US and Russia has been criticized as unusually vague, nontransparent, and weak. But in the seemingly incoherent array of US policies and alliances between...

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No need to veto JASTA

Last week the House of Representatives joined the Senate in passing a bill commonly known as JASTA that would create a statutory mechanism for victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the United States to...

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