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Russian Agriculture Minister Takes Part in Paris Conference

The French authorities allowed Russian Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev to take part in a session of the World Organization for Animal Health despite the EU sanctions, the Russian Agriculture Ministry said Monday.

Kazakh government warns of crackdown on eve of planned protest rallies

ALMATY (Reuters) - Authorities in Kazakhstan warned on Friday they would crack down on organizers of protests planned against President Nursultan Nazarbayev's government and an unpopular land reform it has proposed.

Migrants CAUGHT With Suitcases of Cash on Their Way Out of the U.S. – All of Them on WELFARE!

Are migrants sending American money to terrorist organizations in Africa? Some authorities suspect they are… and committing welfare fraud on top of that. Travelers pulling suitcases full of cash started

Historian: When Computers and Biology Converge, Organisms Become Algorithms

On May 11, 2016, the Berggruen Philosophy and Culture Center invited Yuval Noah Harari, a professor of history at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and author of the international bestseller "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind," to deliver a talk on "The New Inequalities" at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Show More Summary

10 'emotional intelligence' questions to ask leadership candidates

Emotional intelligence (EI) a far better predictor of success in a role and with a company than intelligence quotient (IQ) and expertise. Daniel Goleman, renowned author and psychologist, analyzed jobs at 121 organizations and foundShow More Summary

Security concerns end Nevada Democrats' convention

The convention was scheduled to end by 7 p.m. and when it hadn't wrapped up by 10 p.m., authorities at the Paris Las Vegas casino informed party organizers they could no longer provide the security necessary to handle the crowd. TheShow More Summary

The Accountant (Trailer)

Ben Affleck stars as Christian Wolff, a socially inept math savant who becomes an accountant specializing in cleaning the books of criminal organizations. When the authorities start hounding him, he finally takes on a legitimate client. Or so he thinks.

Maryland Moves to the Forefront in Birth Control Access

It aims to prevent insurers, nonprofit health service plans, and health maintenance organizations from requiring "a copayment, coinsurance, or prior authorization requirement" for most contraceptive drugs and services. The post Maryland Moves to the Forefront in Birth Control Access appeared first on Rewire.

Erdogan Claims Total Spending on Refugees in Turkey Reaches $20Bln

Turkey's federal expenditure on Syrian and Iraqi refugees has reached $10 billion with the same amount provided by local authorities and non-governmental organizations, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday.

U.S. Must Send Clear Message to Egypt on Human Rights

Earlier this year, Egyptian authorities notified the Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence and Torture--an organization that has spent 23 years undertaking urgent work with survivors of torture and other forms of violence in Egypt--that it must close its doors. Show More Summary

Montebello gang member convicted of federal racketeering and firearm charges

A longtime member of a Montebello street gang was found guilty of federal racketeering charges, authorities said Friday. A federal jury said George Vera Sr., 48, conspired to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. The jury also found him guilty of possession of a firearm...

Nicolai Cikovsky Jr., National Gallery curator and champion of American art, dies

Dr. Cikovsky, 83, an authority on 19th-century painting, organized major exhibitions devoted to the works of Winslow Homer, James McNeill Whistler and other artists.

Can Women Hold Up Half the Sky?

ANASTASIIA ILINA examines the relationship between women's organizations and the Chinese authorities. On April 13, 2015, the world sighed in relief as five female activists, later referred to as the "Feminist Five," were released from prison after a 37-day detention. Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: May 6, 2016

El Salvador: Salvadoran authorities claimed that homicides declined last April by 15.8% but some analysts worry the government’s “zero tolerance approach” could lead to increased gang violence. Venezuela: At an Organization of American States meeting, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez accused the U.S. Show More Summary

#TBT The great compost tea debate by Garden Rant

In June, 2007, we hosted a debate between horticultural professor Jeff Gillman (author of many books, including The Truth Abut Garden Remedies and The Truth About Organic Gardening) and garden writer Jeff Lowenfels, the co-author of Teaming with Microbes. The topic was compost tea, and this is the first salvo, from Gillman. We advise readers […]

Jane Jacobs Gets a Google Doodle For Her 100th Birthday

2 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

In her lifetime, Jane Jacobs established a career as an author, a journalist, and a community organizer.

Defining Your Life Mission

Recently I ran across a Forbes article about the importance of the true definition of entrepreneur. The author Brett Nelson points to the definition, "a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business,...Show More Summary

Baby bodies bonanza: StemExpress revenues more than doubled in one year

The organization, which purchases aborted babies bodies from Planned Parenthood, grew by 1,316 percent in three years, according to a business authority.

NY: CDTA Bus Ridership Increases for Third Year in a Row

April 28--CAPITAL REGION -- The Capital District Transportation Authority carried 17.1 million riders in the last fiscal year, setting another ridership record, authority officials said this week. The organization previously said its rider

LAPD preparing for more anti-Trump protests during May Day rally in downtown

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

After intense anti-Donald Trump protests in both Orange County and Burlingame in recent days, Los Angeles authorities are bracing for the May Day rally Sunday in downtown Los Angeles. Organizers say the march will demand equality for immigrants and protest Trump's controversial statements about...

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