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UK takes anti-terrorism initiative: with rights to obtain citizen-issued passports

At 12:02 PM EDT on Mon September 1, CNN World News published an article surrounding the UK’s recent initiative to limit terrorism. CNN is a high-ranking news site that delivers breaking news stories catered towards U.S. 154 more words

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Statement to be released on the Ocean ACFS Las Vegas, Submission of False Claims Conviction in 2012

Joseph Lewellyn will be releasing a note about his thoughts and aftermaths in the Ocean Adult, Child & Family Services 2012 Felony fraud conviction. This is set to be shared with his followers September 20, 2014. 13 more words

Advocacy & Leadership

Meet the scientists...Who? Me?

By Kelly

Just recently I was given a healthy reminder that some stereotypes are really hard to break. I am very open about the fact that I was always interested in science, however when I hit 16 I was more interested in being cool. 507 more words

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Can publishers monetise smartphones?

Before discussing the core issue, writes Jez Walters, Editor, What’s New in Publishing, it’s important to outline the challenges facing magazines and newspapers.  By any measure a quick glance of the statistics makes staggering reading. 189 more words

Digital Strategy

UN warns of extreme climate conditions by 2050

This news story from The Guardian reports a warning of floods, heat waves, storms, and other extreme climate conditions to impact the Earth by 2050, according to the United Nations. 259 more words

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Paralyzed athletes soar despite obstacles

USA Today shared a news story on now-paralyzed, previous aerial acrobats who can now find their joy in the art again, despite their disability.  This article was published online on September 1, 2014 by USA Today writer Elissa Koehl.   307 more words

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Passport Stripping British Terror Suspects

This story was published in the USA Today on September 1, 2014, you can find the story here. Under the new proposed legislature by British Prime Minister David Cameron, British national citizens fighting out of the country in the Middle East suspected of terrorist acts would have their passports suspended – effectively denying re-entry into the United Kingdom.  181 more words

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