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Risk Analysis for Children’s Health

The federal government officially embraced risk assessment in 1983 with publication of Risk Assessment in the Federal Government, followed by the use of cost-benefit analysis with President Carter’s Executive Order in 1978 (EO 12044). Despite their long use, there are hints that at least two federal agencies, the FDA and EPA, may be making public…

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Criminal Code

Note: This article was originally published by the Bitcoin Policy Institute. On August 8, the U.S. Treasury Department banned Americans from using a cryptocurrency mixer called Tornado Cash. Four days following the ban, the suspected developer of Tornado Cash was arrested in Amsterdam. The government justified the ban on the grounds that it helps people…

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What Droughts Have Revealed

What Droughts Have Revealed Severe droughts are happening all around the world at the moment, and as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below, as rivers and lakes are drying up and reservoirs grow emptier, droughts have revealed historical sites that have long laid underwater as well as new discoveries – some relevant to scientist and others…

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The UK Has Europe’s Biggest Unicorn Stables

The UK Has Europe’s Biggest Unicorn Stables Even with the recent additions to the unicorn club by Germany and France, the UK still has the most billion-dollar start-ups in Europe. As Statista’s Florian Zandt explains below, 47 companies have passed this magic mark according to data from CB Insights. As Zandt’s chart shows, the rest of…

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Does Twitter Fudge The Numbers?

Does Twitter Fudge The Numbers? by David Reavill At the beginning of the Academy Awards, a person dressed in a business suit carefully hands the host a sealed envelope. This person is the Auditor. If you’ve ever noticed those are the award tallies. Hired by the Academy, it’s the Auditors  responsibility to ensure that the…