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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Deadline For Wheeling Water Plan Approachesto the Elk River chemical spill near Charleston that left nearly 300,000 people
Deadline For Wheeling Water Plan Approaches
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 3 days ago
to the Elk River chemical spill near Charleston that left nearly 300,000 people with contaminated water. It mandated that regulations be imposed on some aboveground storage tanks used to hold chemicals, and that municipal utilities submit... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chainsat Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chains
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
at Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies that they will increasingly face prosecution for problems with wages in their supply chain. In a speech provided to Fairfax Media, Ms James said the watchdog was... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chainsat Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chains
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
at Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies that they wil increasingly face prosecution for problems with wages in their supply chain. In a speech provided to Fairfax Media, Ms James said the watchdog was... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chainsat Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chains
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
at Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies that they wil increasingly face prosecution for problems with wages in their supply chain. The trolley collection industry has had serious issues. Photo: Michele... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chainsat Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chains
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
at Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies that they wil increasingly face prosecution for problems with wages in their supply chain. The trolley collection industry has had serious issues. Photo: Michele... Read more
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WA Today
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chainsat Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies
Woolworths under fire as Workplace Ombudsman takes on big chains
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
at Woolworths whilst issuing a stern and far-reaching warning to big companies that they wil increasingly face prosecution for problems with wages in their supply chain. In a speech provided to Fairfax Media, Ms James said the watchdog was... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Congress Is Finally Overhauling A Decades-Old Chemical Safety LawWASHINGTON -- Congress this week is poised to pass legislation overhauling chem
Congress Is Finally Overhauling A Decades-Old Chemical Safety Law
The Huffington Post / Posted 4 days ago
WASHINGTON -- Congress this week is poised to pass legislation overhauling chemical safety for the first time in 40 years -- with strong bipartisan support, no less. It would be the first major new environmental law in two decades. One might expect... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia’s $180 billion problemit down. Fire them all. That’s the message from free market think tank the Ins
Australia’s $180 billion problem
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
it down. Fire them all. That’s the message from free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs, which is calling for Australia’s multitude of quangos, boards, tribunals, commissions, regulators and authorities to be cleansed with... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Web-only letters to the editor, May 25, 2016Web-only letters have not been edited. Voting in OhioI am strongly opposed to
Web-only letters to the editor, May 25, 2016
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
Web-only letters have not been edited. Voting in OhioI am strongly opposed to the passage of Ohio Senate Bill 296 for so many reasons. In Ohio, two-thirds of all voters choose to exercise their right on Election Day. As all those who have... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bill Blair blasts unlicensed pot shops as ‘reckless’have tried to claim a foothold in the emerging industry by opening dispensaries
Bill Blair blasts unlicensed pot shops as ‘reckless’
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
have tried to claim a foothold in the emerging industry by opening dispensaries that purportedly sell the drug for medical purposes. None of these storefront businesses are licensed under the federal government’s current regime, a... Read more
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The Atlantic
How Kids Learn ResilienceIn 2013, for the first time, a majority of public-school students in this count
How Kids Learn Resilience
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
In 2013, for the first time, a majority of public-school students in this country—51 percent, to be precise—fell below the federal government’s low-income cutoff, meaning they were eligible for a free or subsidized school lunch. It was a powerful... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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The Young Witness
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Western Advocate
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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The Border Mail
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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The Courier
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Manning River Times
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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The North West Star
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoriathe sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of po
The many ways political donations buy access in Victoria
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
the sideshows of glitches and trainwrecks. But behind the scenes a frenzy of political fund-raising has been under way for months. Fund-raising from donors has long been controversial, with criticism of the loopholes that allow donations to be... Read more
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Zero Hedge
UN Plots War On Free Speech To Stop "Extremism" OnlineThe United Nations Security Council wants a global “framework” for censoring th
UN Plots War On Free Speech To Stop "Extremism" Online
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
The United Nations Security Council wants a global “framework” for censoring the Internet, as well as for using government propaganda to “counter” what its apparatchiks call “online propaganda,” “hateful ideologies,” and “digital terrorism.” To that... Read more
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The News & Observer
A decade later, UNC chancellor’s email has ironic twistemail from then-UNC chancellor James Moeser about scandal at Auburn Moeser mai
A decade later, UNC chancellor’s email has ironic twist
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
email from then-UNC chancellor James Moeser about scandal at Auburn Moeser maintained universities, not the NCAA, must be responsible for monitoring academic fraud involving athletes That separation of powers has become a critical issue in the... Read more
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Slate
Why the Democrats’ Platform Actually Matters This YearWho's winning, who's losing, and why. It’s how Hillary and Bernie will make pe
Why the Democrats’ Platform Actually Matters This Year
Slate / Posted 10 days ago
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. It’s how Hillary and Bernie will make peace. In 2012, Barney Frank, then in his last year in Congress, helped write the Democratic national platform. At... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the Editorthe letters talking about politics and who should be in office and all the nega
Letters to the Editor
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
the letters talking about politics and who should be in office and all the negative remarks about the politicians, we may forget about our local problems. We should all remember by now that very little change takes place no matter who is in... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
your opinionthe letters talking about politics and who should be in office and all the nega
your opinion
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
the letters talking about politics and who should be in office and all the negative remarks about the politicians, we may forget about our local problems. We should all remember by now that very little change takes place no matter who is in... Read more
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DW
Malaysia plans to force blogs, news sites to register |59-year-old Kadir Jasin has been running a blog about Malaysian politics since
Malaysia plans to force blogs, news sites to register |
DW / Posted 12 days ago
59-year-old Kadir Jasin has been running a blog about Malaysian politics since 2006. The journalist, author and former editor-in-chief of several top Malaysian newspapers updates his "kadirjasin.blogspot.com" website two to three times a week, in a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Uber ‘legalised’ in landmark casethis website The news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber
Uber ‘legalised’ in landmark case
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
this website The news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won an appeal against a $900 fine for operating without accreditation, effectively legalising the service in Victoria. Nathan Brenner, 54, was found guilty of... Read more
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Perth Now
Uber ‘legalised’ in landmark caseThe news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won
Uber ‘legalised’ in landmark case
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
The news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won an appeal against a $900 fine for operating without accreditation, effectively legalising the service in Victoria. Nathan Brenner, 54, was found guilty of driving a hire... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Uber ‘legalised’ in landmark caseThe news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won
Uber ‘legalised’ in landmark case
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
The news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won an appeal against a $900 fine for operating without accreditation, effectively legalising the service in Victoria. Nathan Brenner, 54, was found guilty of driving a hire... Read more
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News.com.au
Uber ‘legalised’ in VictoriaThe news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won
Uber ‘legalised’ in Victoria
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
The news will infuriate licensed taxi drivers. A MELBOURNE Uber driver has won an appeal against a $900 fine for operating without accreditation, effectively legalising the service in Victoria. Nathan Brenner, 54, was found guilty of driving a hire... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sex Slaveryand Producer Peter Cronau Around Australia there are hundreds of legal brothel
Sex Slavery
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
and Producer Peter Cronau Around Australia there are hundreds of legal brothels. Thousands of women sell their bodies for profit. Now, in a joint Four Corners/The Age special investigation, reporter Sally Neighbour exposes the brutal illegal... Read more
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CBC.ca
Cheaper fibre internet may be on way after cabinet rejects Bell appealThe federal cabinet is supporting a CRTC decision that forces Canada's big Inte
Cheaper fibre internet may be on way after cabinet rejects Bell appeal
CBC.ca / Posted 19 days ago
The federal cabinet is supporting a CRTC decision that forces Canada's big Internet providers to share their high-speed infrastructure with smaller carriers at a wholesale cost. Bell Canada had asked the Liberal government to overrule the... Read more
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Daily Maverick
The American Broedertwis: Trump vs the Establishment and Nearly Everybodymerged, switched sides on issues, demonstrated fissiparous tendencies, and even
The American Broedertwis: Trump vs the Establishment and Nearly Everybody
Daily Maverick / Posted 20 days ago
merged, switched sides on issues, demonstrated fissiparous tendencies, and even disappeared in response to crises. For example, the emergence of the Free Soil Party in 1848 as a new political formation came in response to a gathering... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
When it comes to the economy, there's a real choice this election External Link: Five policy battlegrounds for this federal election Voters of
When it comes to the economy, there's a real choice this election
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
External Link: Five policy battlegrounds for this federal election Voters often complain they are offered no choice, but in this election campaign there are already fundamental... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
Keeping guns away from convicted domestic abusersbanned from purchasing and owning guns? Although there is already a federal la
Keeping guns away from convicted domestic abusers
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 23 days ago
banned from purchasing and owning guns? Although there is already a federal law on the books, one congresswoman is pushing for even stricter laws, saying it will help protect the lives of domestic abuse victims. According to the Centers for... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Legalized pot bill likely headed to CA November ballotMarijuana Act announced on Wednesday they have collected more than 600,000 sign
Legalized pot bill likely headed to CA November ballot
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 25 days ago
Marijuana Act announced on Wednesday they have collected more than 600,000 signatures, which is more than enough to qualify for the November ballot. "The system is currently broken," Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, D-Bell Gardens said. "I think by... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The rise and rise of the Persian Gulf airlinesEmirates' order for $99 billion worth broke commercial aviation records. Photo
The rise and rise of the Persian Gulf airlines
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
Emirates' order for $99 billion worth broke commercial aviation records. Photo / Getty Images The scene in the crowded press facility the first morning of the 2013 Dubai Airshow was enough to rattle the pillars of international aviation — and it had... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT communities could regain more control over alcoholNorthern Territory Indigenous communities could be on the cusp of regaining mor
NT communities could regain more control over alcohol
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
Northern Territory Indigenous communities could be on the cusp of regaining more control over alcohol management for the first time in a decade. Alcohol management in the NT: The Federal Government launched the Intervention in 2007, and... Read more

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