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Top 50 Foreign Policy Blogs

Read these blogs by professors, journalists and other experts to stay on top of the U.S. actions around the world. Continue reading

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25 Most Shocking Crimes in Social Media History

There is a dangerous and corrupt side to social media creators and users, and the ability to create fake profiles and violate privacy and copyright rules is still more than possible. Continue reading

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Top 50 Constitutional Law Blogs

You don’t have to be a lawyer or involved in a civil suit to need to understand Constitutional Law. Continue reading

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100 Best Open Source Security Tools

Whether you’re a network administrator or an end user, it’s important that you keep your system clean and secure. Continue reading

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Top 100 Crime Movies of All Time

Check out how many of the following 100 crime movies you’ve seen, and how much you’ve learned from of a life of crime. Continue reading

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DIY Home Security: 100 Essential Tips, Tools, and Resources

Even if you don’t have a lot of expensive gadgets lying around, you and your family, as well as your important papers and even online activity are vulnerable to hackers, burglars and other dangers. Continue reading

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Roth Conviction Reveals Gray Areas in Export Law Interpretation

The conviction of professor emeritus J. Reece Roth of the University of Tennessee last Wednesday, September 3, has widespread ramifications on the current state of export law interpretation. Folks on both sides of the argument on whether Roth intentionally used … Continue reading

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Understanding the Language of Forensic Linguistics

The conviction of sexual crimes has come to rely heavily on forensic evidence and DNA testing. By matching the DNA found at the scene of the crime to the accused, prosecutors strengthen their case even as the defense tries to … Continue reading

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Recognizing and Dealing With Debt Collector Harassment

With the current state of the economy and the home mortgage crisis, repaying personal debts and obligations has become difficult for many people.  If you fall into this category, know that you are not alone.  Many creditors use debt collection … Continue reading

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5 Great Law Blogs That Will Keep You in the Know

The blogosphere is an ever-growing avenue for communication between people of all kinds, and law is no exception.  There are so many to choose from—as we all know, specialties abound; the focus of many blogs is to keep you informed … Continue reading

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