Syrian Conflict Becomes Regional War, Philadelphia Building Collapse, Defining Success with Susie Essman

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Thursday, June 06, 2013

Syrian Conflict Becomes a Regional War | The Possibilities and Limitations of Affecting Change Through the United Nations | Philadelphia Building Collapse: 6 Dead, 14 injured | Does Medical School Make Students Jaded and Bitter? | Defining and Debating the Meaning of Success with Susie Essman | U.S. Secretly Collecting Telephone Records of Millions of Americans | Syrian Army Retakes Golan Heights Crossing into Israel

U.S. Secretly Collecting Telephone Records of Millions of Americans

The United States government is carrying out a top secret domestic surveillance program under which it is collecting the call data of millions of Americans on an "ongoing, daily basis...

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Syrian Army Retakes Golan Heights Crossing into Israel

Fighting between the Syrian government and opposition forces has made its way into the Golan heights. There are reports that Syrian government forces have taken back control of the bo...

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Syrian Civil War Becoming a Regional Conflict

The conflict in Syria has spread to become a regional war, creating tensions between Shia and Sunnis in neighboring countries. Each action on the ground in Syria, and the perception o...

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The Possibilities and Limitations of Affecting Change Through the United Nations

Samantha Power, President Obama's nominee to replace outgoing United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice, has focused her career on the study of genocide and humanitarian intervention, If P...

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Philadelphia Building Collapse: 6 Dead, 14 Injured

Six people were killed and 14 injured an after a Salvation Army thrift store building collapsed in central Philadelphia yesterday. A neighboring building was in the process of being d...

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Does Medical School Make Students Jaded and Bitter?

The third year of medical school is a turning point for all the future doctors of America. It's the time when medical students transition from the classroom years to the clinical year...

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Defining and Debating the Meaning of Success with Susie Essman

In an attempt to explore what, exactly, constitutes success, The Huffington Post is hosting its first ever women’s conference today in New York. It’s called “The Third Metric: Redefin...

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