The legacy of US foreign intervention
Princeton Daily Clarion
American presidents have played a major role in fostering religious liberty at home and abroad. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison strongly supported the separation of church and state and freedom of worship. Washington used his ...

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Part One: Who Does Poker Strategy Books Anymore? D&B Publishing Has What ...
Poker News Daily
As for the cons – well, the United States is by far the biggest market and “Black Friday” didn't do any favors to anyone involved in the poker industry, publishers included. Without the restrictions on online poker in the U. S., our sales would ...



Academic Publishing Waiver Raises Concern
New York Times
The Nature Publishing Group will listen to all feedback on its license to publish and has invited Mr. Smith to “have a discussion with us,” Ms. Baynes said. Mr. Smith first questioned the details of the Nature Publishing Group's license agreement on ...

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Is EPA rulemaking hurting technology innovation?
Environment & Energy Publishing
Some top technology firms are expressing concern about U.S. EPA's proposed rules to limit power plant carbon emissions, questioning whether they will truly encourage innovation. Pro-coal groups, including the National Mining Association and the ...

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Title of new Hillary Clinton book: 'Hard Choices'
MassLive.com
"All of us face hard choices in our lives," Clinton writes at the start of the book, according to the publisher. "Life is about making these choices, and how we handle them shapes the people we become." Clinton's State Department memoir will hit ...

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Hillary Clinton's 'Hard Choices' Reflects Time As Secretary Of State
CBS Local
Publisher Simon & Schuster said Friday the new book, to be released June 10, will offer Clinton's “inside account of the crises, choices and challenges” she faced as secretary of state and “how those experiences drive her view of the future.” “All of ...



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Hometown remembers Gabriel Garcia Marquez
3News NZ
Garcia Marquez, who died on Friday aged 87, was mourned in the European cities where he once lived, the United States and his native Colombia, which inspired his surreal stories of family, love and dictatorship. Colombia declared three days of mourning ...
World leaders, writers pay tribute to Garcia MarquezThe Malay Mail Online

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Standardisation in the Area of Innovation and Technological Development ...
International IP and the Public Interest
When it comes to the deployment of TDM, there are worrying signs that European researchers may be falling behind, especially with regard to researchers in the United States. Researchers in ... Scientific publishers have recently proposed licensing ...



Debunking the First Amendment Myths Surrounding Revenge Porn Laws
Forbes
Let's first address the argument that revenge porn laws are unconstitutional because they do not involve categorically unprotected speech like true threats. Advocates rely United States v. Stevens, which struck down a statute punishing depictions of ...



Disney Reveals Multiple New 'Star Wars' Kids Oriented Books
The Fandom Post
... the company has announced a new slate of books for Star Wars under the Disney Publishing Worldwide group that will be coming in the future. The new books takes us back to the original trilogy with a pretty good selection of bestselling children's ...

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