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A huge piece in the today’s Times examined our most powerful and least proud alumnus’ deliberative process when ordering drone strikes,  in which he weighs the benefit of killing a suspected terrorist against the risk of killing innocents. The piece included an oblique shout-out to CC. Obama, who in his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech mused […]

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Aasif Mandvi dives into the dark world of scientific research to expose corruption and profiteering that runs all the way from high school classrooms to the Ivy League, Nobel Prize-winning elite. Watch the shocking video, in which Columbia professor, and Biology Department chair, Martin Chalfie bumbles a weak defense of his misleading and deviant ways. […]

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