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Coburn's 'Wastebook' Targets Include Mountain Lio...
... or maintained thanks to efforts of congressional appropriators and like-minded members, a group that’s frequently faced Coburn’s ridicule. One of those involves a station for sheep research...
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U.S. Department of Agriculture
She found enjoyment in gardening, travelling, crocheting, reading and caring for others. As her health declined she was gracious enough to allow others to care for her. She gave the world a...
Read more at The Mining Journal
Inside the Ebola Wars
... caused a number of small, vicious outbreaks in central and eastern Africa. Doctors and other health workers were able to control the outbreaks quickly, and a belief developed in the medical and...
Read more at The New Yorker
Hagan, Tillis: Whos spending in North Carolina's...
... as North Carolina's U.S. Senate race or generated as many TV ads. Here are the major groups that have poured money into the campaigns of Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis,...
Read more at The Charlotte Observer
Voter guide: City Council
... Sierra Club, county Supervisor Joe Simitian and Carl Guardino of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group. Website: votepatshowalter.com Candidate Mercedes Salem is a new face in local politics, a...
Read more at Mountain View Voice
1st Dallas nurse with Ebola arrives in Maryland
Work Together on EbolaFox Valley Hospitals Work Together on Ebola In the Fox Valley two major health care providers are working together to prepare for a possible Ebola case in our area....
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San Diego's Ebola-fighting efforts expand
Hospital in Germany. Hemopurifier (PDF link) is the third therapy originating in San Diego that health experts have tapped on an emergency, experimental basis to combat the hemorrhagic...
Read more at San Diego Union-Tribune
Is it time for Japan to get over trying to connec...
When I first moved to Japan in college, every weekend meant a party and a new group of people to meet, with a standard set of questions I got asked. The logic behind “What’s your name?” was obvious,...
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American Red Cross
Obama achieves presidential milestone: 200 games ...
He reportedly hit the links Sunday at Fort Belvoir in Virginia, the same day a Texas health care worker was diagnosed with contracting Ebola in the United States. Republican and Democratic critics...
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Don Van Natta Jr.
Memo to Tom Wolf: Size matters
... second-highest base pay ($84,000) of all states, annual raises, overly generous pension and health-care benefits and tax-free daily expenses of $160-plus - with no receipts required. You may...
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The British Undercover Cop Who Went Too Far
Jacqui read on. The officer, the article said, had insinuated himself into animal-rights groups in the nineteen-eighties, creating an alter ego under which, for several years, he led a...
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NJBIZ CFO of the Year Awards 2014 winners announc...
... to oversee IT and HR functions. Before joining Becht, Lazer held accounting posts at Crisdel Group, Lucent Technologies and Danline Inc. She also worked as an accounting executive in Romania,...
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Travel Industry Innovator and Orbitz Founding Cha...
... education, networking, and high-level information exchange among an anticipated group of more than 300 hotel executives from brands, ownership groups, management companies and...
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TTFA to lure fans back to beautiful game
... the football association geared at some 250,000 consumers through 2,500 merchants. The affinity-like card will see consumers rake in points and get discounts every time they shop at...
Read more at The Trinidad Guardian
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Jackson Lab Opens To Praise By Scientists
... Top geneticists from Harvard and the National Institutes of Health in Washington D.C. joined Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and others Tuesday in opening the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine. The new...
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Dannel P. Malloy
University of Connecticut
Probiotics protect children, pregnant women again...
... Probiotics, led by Dr. Gregor Reid, studied how microbes could protect against environmental health damage in poor parts of the world. Their lab research indicated that L. rhamnosus had a great...
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In Defense of Male Aggression: What Liberals Get ...
... the years since, the repercussions have rippled outward, through conversations about the health risks of life as a human tackling dummy for the 49ers, about labor rights and the obligations...
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How technology could motivate children to explore...
... enable and motivate children to play more regularly in their local natural places." Health benefits aside, studies show adults who regularly spent time in nature as children care more...
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State says Ogdensburg firm misled investors; fine...
Chief Laura H. Posner, Burlum reached prospective investors in part through his membership in a group called the Global Information Network, currently an Illinois-based organization that describes...
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John J. Hoffman
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Transcript: Interview with UW’s Rebecca Blank and...
... in touch with graduate students, and … have more inclusive training across campus beyond just groups that we’ve been working with. Lori’s office has recently hired another full time...
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