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Long advertised as a flaship program for American cultural diplomacy, the Fulbright Program is now facing devastating budget cuts.
After public outcry, the library’s $300 million project to demolish stacks and sell off branch libraries has collapsed.
“The first principle of any American intelligence official is not an oath to secrecy but a duty to the public, a commitment to speak truth to power.”
Critics like Maureen Dowd of the Times live in an Oz-like dream world.
How the Internet and slashed budgets have endangered one of higher education’s most important institutions.
The “botched” execution of Clayton Lockett should shatter the illusion that lethal injection is neither cruel nor unusual.
With Monday’s verdict, McMillan became one of the first Occupy activists to face serious jail time.
“I realized that…the most likely outcome of returning this information to public hands would be that I would spend the rest of my life in prison. I did it because I thought it was the right thing to do.”
By law, a company can’t hire H-2A guest workers if it is in a labor dispute with its US workforce. But that is exactly what this Washington State berry grower is trying to do.
The case of Alan Gross reflects Obama’s failure to “write a new chapter in US-Cuba policy.”
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