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The Bernstein Awards: Meet the Finalists

The Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism , established in 1988, annually honors a journalist whose books have brought clarity and public attention to important issues, events, or policies. Meet this year’s shortlist, with a few words from the committee members.  Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America by Ji

 

Global Oil Power Venezuela Suddenly Has a Thirst for U.S. Crude

"It’s much easier and cheaper and closer to import crude from the U.S.," Aha ha ha! Despite all the media publications shows that how much the left wing Venezuelan government hate the US so much, under the table, business is still business. I wonder what Maduro will say now to his people when they find out that despite his efforts to discred

 

The New York Public Library Announces Five Finalists In Its Annual Helen Bernstein Book Award For Excellence In Journalism

Finalists to participate in conversations at the Library in the weeks leading up to the May 18 award ceremony  MARCH 8, 2016 -- Five revelatory works of long-form journalism – spanning topics such as the US educational system, the conflict in Israel, the culture of violence in African American communities, extreme altruism, and the 2011

 

Why Some Changes to Bitcoin Require Consensus: Bitcoin’s 4 Layers

The long-lasting block size dispute and the recent introduction of several new Bitcoin implementations highlighted that not all Bitcoin nodes apply the exact same rule –  and, perhaps more important, that not all development teams apply similar policies when it comes to implementing these rules. The development team behind Bitcoin Core

 

The surprising psychology of shoppers and return policies

"One surprising finding: More leniency on time limits is associated with a reduction — not an increase — in returns." Satisfaction and trust is the key. For once, shoppers aren't satisfied with the product they buy. Majority of shoppers are indulging themselves as they have extra disposable income or just following the market because

 

Gold Plus Rewards Program–Take action ahead of time

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Year-in-Review: Pivotal Foreign Policy Moments of 2015

It's important to take a step back and look at how the United States has helped change the world for the better. DipNote

 

Putting the science in science policy

Navigating the current U.S. political climate can be tricky business, especially when it comes to science policy. With Congress divided more than ever on numerous important issues, including climate change, it's important for legislators to have access to experts and the best available scientific research.

 

Collected Department Releases: Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs Release of Foreign Relations of the United Stat

Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs Release of Foreign Relations of the United States, 1977-1980, Volume XX, Eastern Europe Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC November 30, 2015 The Department of State released today Foreign Relations of the United States, 1977–1980, Volume XX, Eastern Europe. This volume is pa

 

Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor: Democracy in Southeast Asia

Democracy in Southeast Asia Testimony Scott Busby Deputy Assistant Secretary , Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor James Carouso, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Maritime and Mainland Southeast Asian Affairs, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs Testimony Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on East Asia, t

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