Top stories posted in the blogosphere, measured by new links to Official News Sources in the last 48 hours.

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«... in March 2009. In a same month, a Department of Defense’s office of security review sent a memo to senior Pentagon staff members informing am that ay should no longer refer to a “global ...»

«... Hood, and who were “radicalized online.” Never mind the fact that the Fort Hood terrorist exchanged a dozen or so emails with Anwar al-Awlaki, the American cleric who worked so hard to ...»

«... rigorous scientific studies to measure whether prayers have any effect, and the answer has been a resounding no (and less rigorous studies that show the opposite). If prayers were replaced by ...»

«... clothes dryers are among the most energy-greedy appliances in the home, accounting for between 6% and 15% percent of home energy use. In contrast, drying clothes outside is both environmentally ...»

«... bodies are mixed race, “kind of coffee colored,” he said.)” ( 2009/06/21/arts/ design/ 21sont.html, 2009) Despite his designs excluding heads, the African identity come ...»

«... rather than buy an existing rival differs from what Coke did when it purchased the maker of Vitaminwater for $4.2 billion in 2007. But the result, PepsiCo hopes, ideally will be the same. Jakeman ...»

«... in order to prevent withdrawal symptoms. When AIDS came to the UK in the 80s, the first government campaign on HIV infection among injection-drug users encouraged safer drug practices. The idea ...»

«... human life, particularly civilians, as evidenced by his behavior leading marines in Iraq, comments he made about enjoying fighting in Afghanistan because “it’s fun to shoot some people. You ...»

«... blackout came to an end in 1999 when Roland Griffiths of Johns Hopkins initiated a new series of studies on psilocybin. He has since become known as the grandfather of the current ...»


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