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Virginia bill to withhold all officers' names shot down by panel

Richmond - In Virginia, a bill that would allow the government to keep the names of police officers out of the public eye was killed by a legislative committee Thursday. The bill sparked furious debate between open records advocates and law enforcement groups.

Los Angeles police 'at fault in fatal shooting'

Los Angeles - Los Angeles police violated department policy in the shooting death of an unarmed black man last summer, an oversight panel has concluded.

White House, Treasury officials to appear at SEC cyber security event

Cyber security experts from the White House, Treasury Department and Department of Homeland Security will be among panelists appearing on Wednesday at a roundtable on the challenges hackers pose to public companies and financial markets.

Elie Wiesel: 'I expected more' on action against Syria Special

New York - Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel was part of a prestigious panel at Cooper Union in New York City on Sunday night. The idea of the strong protecting the weak was discussed, with Wiesel indicating he thinks force should've been used against Syria's Assad regime.

Chris Hogg featured on Future of Online News panel

Toronto - On Friday September 27, Digital Journal CEO Chris Hogg will join a panel of journalism specialists to discuss the future of online news, as part of Toronto's Social Media Week conference. The talks runs from 11 a.m. ET to 12:30 p.m.

Stanford researchers create reusable flexible solar cells

Renewable energy is inevitable. It will be relied on sooner or later especially at the current rate of non-renewable energy usage. However, Stanford researchers have come up with a low cost solar panel solution for all your personal needs.

Panel says Canada should legalize assisted suicide

A panel of researchers in Canada has recommended that doctors should be allowed to help patients end their lives when they are stricken in pain with cancer.

LG Display to set up new LCD panel plant in China

The world's second largest LCD panel producer LG Display said it's going to build the most advanced display panel plant in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, to produce the trendy thin film transistor (TFT) LCD.

12-Year-Old Girls Across Europe and the States Set to Get Cancer Vaccination

As well as the statutory MMR jab given to girls just before they hit their teens in the UK, the government want to encourage the availability of a vaccination for the same aged group for cervical cancer

Astronauts wrestle with solar panel

Astronauts aboard the international space station ran into a jam trying to fold up one of the space station's solar wing panels today, a key step in the mission to rewire the outpost's electrical system

Global Stem Cell Research Guidelines Created by Expert Panel

VOA - A confusing variety of laws governing stem cell research in many nations has led to a global effort by scientists, ethicists, lawyers and others to set principles by which stem cell investigations should proceed. The effort is devoted in part to...
 

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Three self-published authors answer questions and provide advice
Left to right: Angus Fontaine – host for the evening (Publishing Director for Time Out) Jack Trego...
Left to right: Angus Fontaine – host for the evening (Publishing Director for Time Out) Jack Tregoning (Editor of Inthemix), Dr James Arvanitakis (Sociologist), Matthew Noffs (Co-founder of The Street University in Liverpool in Sydney’s South West), Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore (long time Redfern resident), Cassandra (Cass) Wilkinson (Co-founder and President of FBi Radio), Martin O’Sullivan (President of the Small Bars Association NSW) and Andrew Gibbs, (Solotel CEO).
Criticizing the U.S. government for its recent overtures toward negotiation with Iran  Wiesel offere...
Criticizing the U.S. government for its recent overtures toward negotiation with Iran, Wiesel offered a firm stance. "I think America should adopt a very harsh line, a more truthful line, and say to Iran that you cannot continue like that -not with our consent. You can't."
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A nextMEDIA panel discusses the fragmentation of media. From left to right: Matthieu Houle  Director...
A nextMEDIA panel discusses the fragmentation of media. From left to right: Matthieu Houle, Director, Mobile & Platforms, Yellow Pages Group; Angus Frame, Vice President, Digital Media, Globe and Mail; Candice Faktor, Vice President, Strategy and New Ventures, Torstar Digital; Sara Diamond, President, Ontario College of Art & Design; and Marina Glogovac, Chief Marketing Officer, Kobo eReader.
On Tuesday evening the Canadian Journalism Foundation hosted The Vaccine-Autism Link Contrroversy: A...
On Tuesday evening the Canadian Journalism Foundation hosted The Vaccine-Autism Link Contrroversy: A Science Journalism Case Study at Essex Hall at the University of Toronto.
nextMEDIA panel on geo-location
nextMEDIA panel on geo-location
 Regulating Minorities in a Multi-Ethnic Europe  Panel.  MPSA Conference.  April 2012.  Chicago  IL
"Regulating Minorities in a Multi-Ethnic Europe" Panel. MPSA Conference. April 2012. Chicago, IL
On Tuesday evening the Canadian Journalism Foundation hosted The Vaccine-Autism Link Contrroversy: A...
On Tuesday evening the Canadian Journalism Foundation hosted The Vaccine-Autism Link Contrroversy: A Science Journalism Case Study at Essex Hall at the University of Toronto.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame  Rabbi Shmuley Boteach  and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel took part in a ...
Rwandan President Paul Kagame, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel took part in a discussion around genocide this past Sunday at New York's Cooper Square, Great Hall.
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A panel discussion on open VS closed networks takes place at nextMEDIA in Toronto. From left to righ...
A panel discussion on open VS closed networks takes place at nextMEDIA in Toronto. From left to right: Matt Thompson, Mozilla Drumbeat; Janis Nixon, Universal Island Def Jam; Richard Kanee a digital media expert; Michael Hennessy, Telus; and Theresa Smith, Olive Media.

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