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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Agencies Warned to Halt Fake News Videos

Congressional investigators warned federal agencies this week that the promotion of government policies through video news releases meant to look like TV news stories may violate federal rules against propaganda.

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Dubya’s Iraq Coalition Vanishing Into Thin Air

Sometimes it’s hard to know who your friends are – even if they’re helping you fight a war. President Bush, who hopes to coax more Iraq support from European allies next week, used to boast that some 50 nations had joined the United States in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Today, a public listing is nowhere to be found.

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The Numbers Add Up at Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech teaches math wholesale, so it seems appropriate that it has converted a former department store into a math emporium where students can study online 24/7 and summon personal help if they run into problems they can’t handle.

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Let’s Do The Time Warp Again

It didn’t take long for Howard Dean, the new Democratic National Committee chairman, to show his credentials as a graduate of the Trent Lott school of racial sensitivity training.

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Two Presidents, One Holiday

Let’s get this straight. The White House Office of Management and Budget, the final arbiter of these matters, says the holiday is Washington’s Birthday, not Presidents Day, and it says so right there in section 6103(a) of title 5 of the United States Code.

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Yes, You Are Being Watched

Security is no longer a luxury to many businesses. With theft costing U.S. employers billions of dollars a year, and assaults and threats of violence against Americans at work numbering about 2 million cases a year, workplace security has emerged as a key concern of companies seeking to protect their employees, assets and data.

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What Really Concerns Americans

Here are selected findings from a survey of 1,001 adults residents of the United States conducted Jan. 30 through Feb. 10 at the Scripps Survey Research Center at Ohio University.

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