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Pentagon stands by as workers use government funds at clubs and casinos

Pentagon credit cards continue to be used at strip joints Pentagon officials did not reprimand personnel, pull security clearances, or change policies after it  was discovered that employees spent more than $1 million of government money at casinos and strip clubs, according to Department of Defense’s Inspector General.…

Edward Snowden: Hero or Traitor?

Edward Snowden: most damaging “whistleblower” ever Next month “Snowden” will be released in theaters which will dive into the life of Edward Snowden and focus on the decisions he made. In today’s world, many have debated whether he is a traitor or hero. I believe he…

Trial And Error: A Man Convicted of Murder Wins Release, and Questions of Responsibility Linger

Late last month, 53-year-old Ruddy Quezada was released from prison after serving 24 years for murder. The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office conceded that prosecutors in the office for years had failed to turn over potentially critical evidence to Quezada and his lawyers as they mounted repeated…

Preventing Diarrhea Deaths

Diarrhea is the second highest cause of childhood mortality, affecting almost a million children in developing countries around the world. As the second highest cause of infant death after pneumonia, diarrhea is also one of the most treatable health malignant conditions today. The vast share of global media coverage on…

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