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OSCE, Journalists Urge Turkey to Free Reporters Arrested With Espionage

Turkish authorities must not press charges against two Cumhuriyet newspaper journalists and must release them, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) media freedom representative said Friday.

Scientific Consensus and Corporate Influence

A new study published in PNAS explores the messaging of organizations commenting on climate change and their relationship to corporate funding. The sole author, Justin Farrell, finds that those organizations who received corporate funding were likely to network their messaging together, and to engage in a campaign of casting doubt on the scientific consensus. There [...]

The Ten Best Weather Events in Fiction

There are many ways to organize a bookshelf—by author, title, genre, date of publication, color, size—but, prior to writing about the role of weather in literature for the magazine this week, it had never occurred to me to mentally rearrange my shelves by meteorological phenomena. Show More Summary

Mounting Criticism of Western Intelligence Failures After Paris Attacks

European authorities have been accused of a series of failings that meant those responsible for the attacks in Paris last week, were free to organize and implement their plans, which killed 129 people and injured 352.

What it’s like to be held hostage by ISIS and live

Islamic State has been in the news a lot lately and it’s led many to ask why the terrorist organization is so hellbent on slaughtering innocent civilians in multiple countries. Author Nicolas Henin was for a time held hostage by theShow More Summary

Russian Strikes in Syria Leave Kiev Desperate to Organize Own Air Defenses

The successes of the Russian campaign of airstrikes in Syria appears to be giving authorities in Kiev the cold sweats, leaving them desperately trying to think of ways to reorganize the country's run-down air defense network.

El Chapo Guzman News: Authorities Spot The Drug Lord But Can’t Fire At Him

El Chapo Guzman is the most powerful drug trafficker in the world, boasting an almost legendary persona. With an organization that is bigger and more technologically advanced than the once unrivaled Medellin cartel led by Pablo Escobar, he is almost untouchable as he has eyes, ears and puppets both in and out of government. Show More Summary

Mizzou Summed Up: “Twitter-addicted journalists looking for their next relevancy hit off the Black Lives Matter crack pipe”

Jason Whitlock may have authored the most coherent piece on the insanity consuming the University of Missouri, along with some other campuses now taking part in this loosely organized temper tantrum. He mentions one name in particular that received little … Continued

Ex-Cop Charged In Walter Scott Shooting Sues Police Organization

The ex-North Charleston, South Carolina cop who was filmed shooting a black man in the back as he ran away has sued a police organization for not assisting him, as authorities continue to investigate the killing. The lawsuit filed by...Show More Summary

Barcelona: "Open Walls" Mural Festival and Conference 2015

Barcelona was known as a city at the epicenter of a bustling lively organic street art scene in the mid 2000s. Today that has greatly been cracked down upon by authorities, but the Spanish city now boasts a mural festival called Open...Show More Summary

OAS chief slams Venezuela over election observation

CARACAS (Reuters) - The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Tuesday severely criticized the head of Venezuela's electoral board in a harshly-worded letter saying authorities were failing to ensure fair elections in December.

The World Health Organization Says You Probably Have Herpes

The world's leading authority on global health data just released data on oral and genital herpes. The numbers are high. read more

Major Gift Fundraising For Smaller Organizations

Lots of time and money is spent on identifying success factors in major gift fundraising for large organizations. Very little on factors that make a big difference for smaller organizations. Until now. Amy Eisenstein, author of Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops, has just released a study done in conjunction with Prof. Adrian Sargent, director of […]

Bringing Back Those Yiddish Sashes

2 weeks agoReligion / Judaism : Jewschool

This post was written by guest author Ann Toback of the Workmen’s Circle. There was a time when ‘Jewish’ in the popular political imagination meant things like civil rights, foreign radicals, and labor organizing. A time when fearless young Jewish women in the Lower East Side stood up for safe workplaces and higher wages. Show More Summary

Serbian Envoy Praises Kosovo's Failed UNESCO Bid as Victory for Int'l Law

Serbia's Ambassador to Russia Slavenko Terzic said that UNESCO had approved the bid of Kosovo to join organisation, it would have “severely damaged the authority of this organization."

Late Permian Cynodont Cynosaurus Lacked a Pineal eye, may Have Been Endothermic

Physiological implications of the abnormal absence of the parietal foramen in a late Permian cynodont (Therapsida)Authors:Benoit et alAbstract:The third eye (pineal eye), an organ responsible for regulating exposure to sunlight in extant ectotherms, is located in an opening on the dorsal surface of the skull, the parietal foramen. Show More Summary

What the World Congress of Families tells us about the global ‘pro-family’ movement

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The World Congress of Families — an organization that hosts an annual global gathering of “pro-family” advocates — brought together more than 3,300 people in Salt Lake City last week. The summit included authors and counselors focused on strengthening marriages as well as academics...

The CEO of Red Hat shares the 4 books that most influenced his career

Most executives will say you are what you read, and that's no different for Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst. The former chief operating officer of Delta and the author of "The Open Organization " oversees more than 8,000 employees in 80 countries at the open-source software company. Show More Summary

Halloween Blindness

. The author of this post, Sandy Rozek, is communications director for Reform Sex Offender Laws, an organization that advocates for legislation based on facts and research, and for policies that support the successful rehabilitation and reintegration of law abiding, former sex offenders into society. An open letter to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and DOCCS […]

Giant book sale!

The authors of Echo Ridge decided to organize a multi-author sale during release week and invite our favorite authors to join us. All the books featured on this sale are only $.99 and they are all amazing! Don’t forget to enter the rafflecopter giveaway for $200 in Christmas Cash. Happy book shopping! Christmas Kisses: An … Continue reading Giant book sale! ?

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