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"Science Policy in the Age of Junk Science"

Location: 524 14th Street NW, 13th floorWashington, DC 20045United StatesEvent Date: Google Outlook MAC/iOS On June 29, the American Council on Science and Health will be hosting a panel and press conference to coincide with the release of Little Black Book of Junk Science. The panel is titled “Science …

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With North Korea Threatening, the U.S. Advances on Missile Defense

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CNN Harping on Russia

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What Poroshenko's 30 Minutes With Trump Mean For Ukraine

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The Senate Healthcare Bill Is Just 'Obamacare Lite'

By Barbara Obstoj-Cardwell The big news last week came from the USA, when the Senate eventually released Republican proposals for the reform of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, with what is now dubbed the Better Care Reconciliation Act, which has further increased debate on …

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Too Much Independence

In 1781, the long war between ragged patriots and polished Englishmen came to an end. The once cocky Redcoats had been defeated. Their flag no longer flew over American soil, and their officers and soldiers had been forced to retreat. The would-be conquerors had lost …

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California Money Couldn't Buy Georgia’s Special Election

Senior Fellow Devon Herrick writes at NCPA’s Health blog: The special election for Georgia’s Sixth District to fill the seat vacated by Secretary Price was heated. Jon Ossoff was the Democrat who ran for the seat with considerable outside support. He lost, nonetheless. A precinct captain …

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The Opioid Crisis Is Dire. Why We Need a National Conversation About It Separate From Obamacare.

Whatever the merits or demerits of the recently released Senate version of the GOP health care bill, some have suggested that it should put more funding into treating opioid addiction. Let’s be honest—the opioid crisis in America is huge, it is severe, and it is …

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This Alternative to the Laptop Ban Would Tighten Airport Security at Low Inconvenience

U.S. officials say they have uncovered evidence that the Islamic State was using Mosul University laboratories to develop bombs that could pass through airport screeners undetected. When the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, captured Mosul, it also took possession of the modern screening equipment at …

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Religious Liberty Scores a Win at the Supreme Court

In a big win for religious liberty, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday in favor of Trinity Lutheran Church’s case against the state of Missouri. The case involved discrimination by the state in giving out publicly funded grants. In an opinion by Chief Justice John …

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