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OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's spy agency must have national standards to improve how its regional surveillance teams share information, the chairwoman of the agency's civilian watchdog said in the wake of the killings of two Canadian soldiers last week.
As a food critic, I know that people love the negative reviews and that its more fun to read and write about the bad meals than the good onesWhere restaurant criticism is concerned it is hate that springs eternal. Sure, people may enjoy restaurant reviews in general, but what they really love are the takedowns.
After a series of legal restrictions, only one clinic remains in the state I dont view abortion as a choice that should be out there, legislator explainsThe lawmaker who represents Christian county in the Missouri state legislature has little doubt as to why there is just one remaining abortion clinic in his state.
With most signs pointing toward a Republican victory in the midterm elections, is the Obama administration feeling the heat on climate-change policy? It doesn't look like it. Pressed by ABC's Jonathan Karl on carbon policy and more at the Washington Ideas Forum Thursday, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz was as unruffled as his famous hairstyle.