Reuters: D.E.A. Conceals Evidence in Investigations | Alan Alda: Reigniting The Public's Love of Science | Two Veterans 30 Years Separated on PTSD

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Thursday, August 08, 2013

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Reuters: D.E.A. Conceals Evidence in Investigations | Alan Alda: Reigniting The Public's Love of Science | Strained U.S.-Russian Relations Lead to Canceled Summit | Two Veterans Separated by 30 Years Come to Terms With PTSD

Reuters: D.E.A. Conceals Evidence in Investigations of Americans

For 20 years, a division of the D.E.A. has been taking data collected from intelligence intercepts and providing it to authorities to launch criminal investigations into Americans. Bu...

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Alan Alda: Reigniting The Public's Love of Science

Yesterday Alan Alda, the Emmy winning actor and writer, as well as visiting professor and advisory board member at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook Univer...

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Has Tesla Motors Entered the Big Time?

What is going on with the Tesla? Not the scientist and inventor many of you would love to go back in time to visit but Tesla Motors, the maker of electric cars. The company made a sur...

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Strained U.S.-Russian Relations Lead to Canceled Summit

Yesterday, President Obama announced his decision to cancel his summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, marking the first time that an American president has called off ...

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Two Veterans Separated by 30 Years Come to Terms With PTSD

Years after the Vietnam War, PTSD is now a household term. Mary McGriff is a retired Captain in the United States Air Force. She served at Balad Air Force base in Iraq in 2004. Dougla...

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