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Climate change is a refugee issue too

Member states of the United Nations, led by the U.S. and President Obama, should be commended for their commitment to addressing the growing refugee crisis around the world.

According to the UN Refugee Agency, more than...

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Johnson's hacking bill is a step in the wrong direction

Rep. Hank Johnson's bill aimed at preventing the hacking of voting machines would designate voting technology as critical infrastructure, allowing the Department of Homeland Security to directly oversee and standardize measures...

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Expression equates to freedom

Society sways elected officials towards a desired direction through awareness and activism. The means to achieving both has been consistent throughout American history. That being public forums, gatherings...

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Time for Action on Bahrain

Thursday's appeal court ruling in Bahrain confirming the dissolution of the main opposition group Al Wefaq looks to have finally extinguished any prospects for reform. The Obama administration is now presented with the choice of meekly accepting...

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We can do better than Medicare Part B demo

This is an exciting time in oncology. Remarkable discoveries in cancer research are providing increasingly effective treatments, and the increasing number of cancer survivors are living proof of this real progress.

Treatment advances,...

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The problem with off-shore wind energy

How will America meet the growing demand for clean energy to supply households and businesses and do it at a price people can afford?

Not with offshore wind power, a source that isn’t even remotely economically viable.  Although the...

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