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News Briefing: At Meeting, Smithsonian Practices New Openness

By Kate Golden on November 18, 2008No Comment
  • The Smithsonian Institution holds its first public board meeting as part of its new commitment to openness and accountability.  [New York Times]

  • The U.S. military hopes to undermine the roots of terrorism in Africa by building clinics, digging wells, inoculating cattle, and offering other services.  [Chicago Tribune]

  • Leaders of six nonprofits discuss what their organizations are doing to address the tough economic times.  [CNN]

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