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Dec 16, 2014
WWS Reacts

Last week, the Senate Intelligence Committee released a hotly contested report detailing the brutal interrogation techniques used by the CIA. Deemed by the report as ineffective and grossly misrepresented, the CIA's tactics included numerous forms of violence.

Dec 9, 2014
WWS Reacts

The recent jobs report – which boasts 321,000 new jobs added in November – is certainly good news. But, as with many monthly reports driven by data, the results are a bit more nuanced.

Nov 14, 2014
WWS Reacts

The next open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act begins Nov. 15. What can we expect to happen over the next year? And how many more uninsured Americans will gain access to care?

Oct 2, 2014
WWS Reacts
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Hong Kong to join the pro-democracy protest and demand the resignation of Chief Executive C.Y. Leung. What sparked the riots? How long will they last? What comes next? 
 
Sep 30, 2014
WWS Reacts

While condoms remain a popular birth control choice among teens, long-acting contraceptives like intrauterine devices should be the "first line" of contraceptives used to prevent teen pregnancy, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Sep 16, 2014
WWS Reacts

In a speech last week, President Barack Obama announced that the United States would lead a "broad coalition to roll back the terrorist threat" of the Islamic State, known variously by the acronyms ISIS and ISIL, adding that U.S. airstrikes would expand from Iraq into Syria against ISIS.

Sep 11, 2014
WWS Reacts
On Sept. 18, Scotland citizens will vote on whether the country should leave the United Kingdom (U.K.) and become an independent country. Recent polls suggest the decision is too close to predict, as the referendum is expected to draw an unprecedented number of voters and has sparked a passionate debate.  
 

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