USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, Associate  Editor, USDR.

Our periodical feature of what our editors, contributors, and readers are  recommending.

FBI report: Violent crime down in U.S– The FBI says crime rates, including murder, were down last year Source:cnn.com

Deaths from gun violence vs. deaths from terrorism– During his speech on the recent school shooting in Oregon, President Obama challenged us to compare deaths from terrorism and gun violence. This writer created a chart. Source: vox.com

The Cult of Victims– Changing views on victim-hood in the U.S. have been slowly changing the nation. Source: reason.com

Taking a pounding– Could America learn something important from Britain’s pound sterling decline as a reserve currency? Source: economist.com

Twitter has a 136-page handbook for politicians and it’s hilarious– Twitter’s humorous politician’s handbook is analyzed in this article. Source: npr.com

Amazon to stop selling Apple TV and Chromecast– Amazon will soon stop selling some of it’s competitors’, Apple and Google, most successful products. Source: nytimes.com

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