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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Unidentified woman & children live in the Dadaab refugee camp where thousands of Somalis wait for help. August 15, 2011 in Dadaab, Somalia. (Sadik Gulec/Shutterstock)

Manning Verdict & First Amendment Rights | Latest High-Tech Tools in Cars are Distracting for Drivers | Manning Verdict's Impact on Snowden & Future Whitsleblowers | We Refugees: Growing Up in a Kenyan Refugee Camp | Examining the Recalculation of Global GDP Measurement | Braving Violence for the Sake of Journalism in Somalia

Manning Verdict's Consequences For Snowden, Future Whistle-Blowers

Army Private Bradley Manning was acquitted on charges of aiding the enemy by a military judge at Fort Meade, Maryland on Tuesday. Former New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller ex...

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High-Tech Tools in Cars are Distracting for Drivers

Car manufacturers are increasingly offering more and more ways for drivers to stay connected online even while driving. But could cars with cutting edge voice-activated hands-free sys...

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We Refugees: Growing Up in a Kenyan Refugee Camp

All week this week, The Takeaway journeys into the complex realities faced by refugees from around the world. Farhiya Shazz Hussein is 22-years-old. In 1992, she left Somalia with her...

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Braving Violence for the Sake of Journalism in Somalia

Despite receiving death threats, being beaten by insurgents, and even being arrested, Mustafa Haji Abdinur remains on the ground in Mogadishu to report on the continuing crisis and vi...

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Examining the Recalculation of Global GDP Measurement

The United States' Gross Domestic Product will grow 3 percent today—but not because of increased productivity. Government statisticians will be applying new GDP rules retroactively, f...

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Manning Verdict Echoes Pentagon Papers Call for First Amendment Rights

Yesterday, a military judge found Pvt. Bradley Manning not guilty of “aiding the enemy” for releasing hundreds of thousands of classified military documents to WikiLeaks. Amidst the m...

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