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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode December 15, 2019

>>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15: THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PREPARES FOR A HISTORIC VOTE THIS WEEK. AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT, A RETURN TO RIACE, ITALY: ONCE A WELCOME HAVEN FOR MIGRANTS, NOW THE GLOBAL VILLAGE IS PRACTICALLY VACANT. NEXT ON PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.FROM THE TISCH WNET STUDIOS ATLINCOLN CENTER IN NEW YORK,HARI SREENIVASAN.>>Sreenivasan: GOOD EVENING AND...

Keys to achieving digital transformation in government | SCEWC19

Governments just like any other organizations are operating in an environment where cybersecurity concerns and data privacy concerns are paramount. The government data, because of its importance, whether it’s the security of the community, the safety of the food that we consume, the flow of information that pertains to sensitive citizens, the more sensitive the information, the more interesting it...

How religion turned American politics into a bizarre anti-science spectacle | Big Think Top 10 2018

In 2008, the big Republican presidential candidates were asked: “How many of you believe in Darwinian biological evolution?” Two-thirds or three-quarters said, “I do.” In 2012, the same question was asked, same group of people—Republican presidential candidates—and it was already down to a third. In 2016, the 17 main candidates for the Republican nomination were asked: “Do you believe in...