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Strategies That Work to Reduce Community Violence
Harvard researchers identified 30 strategies that attempt to stem violence in the community, and two were particularly effective.
February 28, 2016
High-Priority City: The ‘Republic’ of Pyongyang
North Korean regime prioritizes distribution of food, housing, and health care in favor of the capital's residents while ...
Asia & Pacific
February 14, 2016
Efforts to Stop Trade-Based Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Largely Ineffective
Learning how to understand and disrupt money laundering of terrorist organizations has been the aim of a task ...
February 8, 2016
New Book Sets Record Straight on the Economic ‘Rise of China’
The commonly held view that China is a manufacturing juggernaut about to eclipse the United States, and is ...
January 31, 2016
Number of Detainees at Guantánamo Dwindling—91 Left
Will President Obama defy Congress and close the detention center at Guantánamo by executive order?
January 25, 2016
Life Seems Hopeless to Many Afghans
The U.S. and the international community have been engaged in Afghanistan for 15 years and poured in billions ...
January 11, 2016
Chinese People Waking Up, Say Dissidents and Academics
At two recent forums on China, renowned dissidents and academic critics agreed that the Chinese Communist rulers are ...
December 21, 2015
Fighting Corruption in Ukraine and Elsewhere
In recent years, a consensus has arisen that endemic corruption is not only immoral in itself, but can ...
December 20, 2015
Capitol Hill Forum Discusses Persecution and Torture of Falun Gong, Demise of the CCP
Dec. 10 was the 65th anniversary of International Human Rights Day, the day set aside by the United ...
December 13, 2015
China’s Two-Child Policy: Coercive Population Control Continues
Chinese women and their families are likely to continue to suffer the pain and anguish of forced abortions, ...
December 5, 2015
Reactions to Paris Attacks Clash on Whether to Accept Syrian Refugees
WASHINGTON—The Paris terrorist attack on Nov. 13 demonstrated that ISIS could reach beyond the Middle East to a ...
December 3, 2015
National Survey: Americans Pessimistic About the Future
Findings from a highly respected national survey found a significant amount of economic pessimism by the vast majority ...
November 22, 2015
Confucian Scholar Confronts the Lack of Trust and Kindness in China
In a new book, Professor He Huaihong proposes a new social ethics for a society that many observers, ...
November 15, 2015
State Department Officials Grilled on 2015 Country Ratings on Human Trafficking
U.S. State Department officials appeared at a congressional hearing on Nov. 3 to answer questions regarding the "2015 ...
November 9, 2015
Freedom House Report: Governments Pressure Companies to Delete Online Content
The hope that the internet would facilitate the democratization of the world and expose human rights abuses received ...
November 1, 2015
Congressional Hearing: Electric Power Grid Faces Growing Cyberthreat
A cybersecurity breach to the nation's electric power grid could be very disruptive to the economy and our ...
October 25, 2015
Legal Technicalities May Doom Petitioner to Die in Prison
Sometimes it's really hard for non-lawyers to accept the legal world and its incessant nit-picking when the fate ...
October 20, 2015
New Technology Prevents Counterfeiting Credit Cards
WASHINGTON—The EMV chip card technology is a great leap forward in credit card security. Many of us consumers ...
October 11, 2015
VA Accused of Denying Benefits to Servicemen Sickened by Toxins
WASHINGTON—Military service members can be exposed to many toxic substances in their occupations that most nonmilitary can't fathom ...
October 8, 2015
Supreme Court to Consider Thorny Constitutional Law Questions
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing arguments for the October 2015 term on Monday, Oct. 5, with several ...
September 28, 2015
Attempt to Prosecute Former China Leader Comes to Capitol Hill
WASHINGTON—The persecution of Falun Gong in China, launched by communist leader Jiang Zemin in July 1999, has persisted ...
September 16, 2015
Criminal Justice Reform Proliferating Across the Country
WASHINGTON—In recent years, there has been an upsurge of discussions and legislation favoring criminal justice reform. Many experts ...
September 14, 2015
Former Department of Defense Comptroller Asks for Budgetary Certainty
WASHINGTON—When Congress returns to work after Labor Day, it will have three weeks to agree to a new ...
September 6, 2015
Agriculture Secretary Wants Child Nutrition Programs Reauthorized
WASHINGTON—When Congress returns next week from its recess, it will have to decide whether to reauthorize the Healthy, ...
September 3, 2015
Seriousness of the OPM Data Breach Disputed
WASHINGTON—On April 15, 2015, officials of the Office of Personnel Management realized they had been hacked and the ...
August 23, 2015
Study: Auto Insurers Charge Widows Higher Premiums Than Married Women
The Consumer Federation of America (CFA) released research findings on July 27, which concluded that the major auto ...
July 29, 2015
Congressional Hearing: Attacks on Freedom of Belief Escalate in China
Chinese security forces have recently escalated attacks on religious belief in recent months.
July 25, 2015
Supreme Court Asked to Resolve Appeals Court Split Over Deportation of Permanent Residents
Pompeo Says There Was No Quid Pro Quo Tied to Ukraine Aid
Four Ways Pelosi Impeachment Inquiry Fails Hillary’s Watergate Tests
Final Report From House Antitrust Probe Into Big Tech Expected by ‘First Part’ of 2020
All US Troops Withdrawing From Syria Are Going to Western Iraq, Says Esper
Trump Scraps Plan to Host 2020 G-7 Meeting at His Florida Golf Resort
Nancy Pelosi’s Brother, Former Baltimore Mayor, Thomas D’Alesandro III Dies at 90
Supreme Court Case About Financial Regulator Could Lead to High 2020 Election Drama
Human Rights Groups, Opposition Politicians Appalled as Venezuela Joins UN Human Rights Council
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3 Soldiers Killed, 3 Hurt in Accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia, Say Officials