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Facebook accused of inaction over Russian ads in Brexit vote
PHYS.ORG A senior British MP on Wednesday accused Facebook of failing to seriously investigate possible Russian influence in the Brexit vote, after it found just three adverts linked to... 6 hours
Thailand hides big numbers when it comes to its fish catches in neighbouring waters
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Britain must obey EU environment rules for post-Brexit air deal: campaigners
PHYS.ORG The EU must make Britain's air industry sign up to the bloc's environment rules if it wants to keep access to European skies after Brexit, a... 17 hours
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PHYS.ORG People's racial and political identities strongly shaped how they viewed the causes of several recent widely publicized police encounters that resulted in the deaths... 19 hours
De-radicalization can work for former ISIS fighters
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Making 'green Brexit' work for agriculture and the environment
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Presenting facts as 'consensus' bridges conservative-liberal divide over climate change
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Presenting facts as 'consensus' bridges conservative-liberal divide over climate change
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US Nobel laureate fears US politics could undermine science
PHYS.ORG An American scientist who shared this year's Nobel Prize for medicine bluntly criticized political developments at home in his address at the awards' gala banquet, saying that U.S. scientists are... 3 days
Brexit agreement would allow EU scientists to stay in United Kingdom
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What keeps women from reporting sexual harassment?
PHYS.ORG New accounts of sexual harassment by powerful men appear almost daily. So why now and not sooner? One reason might be the "miniature legal systems" set up in business, government and other institutions to... 6 days
Prosecutors insist eye doc stole $136 million from Medicaid
ABC NEWS Evidence proves a politically connected Florida eye doctor convicted of Medicare fraud stole more than $100 million, prosecutors said Thursday, countering an argument by the doctor's defense lawyers that he... 6 days
The Latest: Prosecutors insist eye doc stole $136 million
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Defense: Doc's $100 million Medicare fraud cost just $64,000
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Sentencing nears in $100 million Medicare fraud case
ABC NEWS Attorneys for a politically connected Florida eye doctor convicted of a $100 million Medicare fraud argue that the government's loss was significantly less. 6 days
NOAA satellite data illuminate oil production trends in Iraq and Syria
PHYS.ORG Between 2014 and 2016, it was taxation and extortion—not oil—that filled the coffers of the militant Islamic group ISIS, according to a new assessment that relied... 7 days
Disorders of the voice can affect a politician's success
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Between filter bubbles, uneven visibility and transnationality
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Disorders of the voice can affect a politician's success
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Knowing a transgender person could influence one's political stance, study finds
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Invasive plants have unprecedented ability to pioneer new continents and climates
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A rapid transition of the world's energy systems
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How politics can shape a person’s accent
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SCIENCE DAILY The more you know about the news media and how it works, the less likely you are to believe conspiracy theories - even ones you might... 2 weeks
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