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2014/11/26 06:26
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... May 9, 2006. Photograph by Specialist Teddy Wade. Three years ago, at a hastily built command center in the Iraqi desert, near Samarra, a U.S. Army colonel knelt over a dust-caked body bag....
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2014/11/23 11:19
2014/11/23 11:19
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Marion Barry Jr., the Mississippi sharecropper’s son and civil rights activist who served three terms as mayor of the District of Columbia, survived a drug arrest and jail sentence, and then came back...
2014/11/22 04:45
2014/11/22 04:45
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... becomes a great photo opportunity for visitors, Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2013. Two bursts of light snow are likely to total 1 to 2 inches area-wide, making this the snowiest Christmas in the...
2014/11/21 17:03
2014/11/21 17:03
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As the nation braced to confront the fallout of a racially-charged grand jury decision in Missouri, two prominent figures in New Haven’s African-American community called on successful black males to...
2014/11/19 20:13
2014/11/19 20:13
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Republican Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner continued his transition to the state’s top job Wednesday by naming 37 people to serve on 10 policy committees, from agriculture to economic development to veterans...
2014/11/19 01:22
2014/11/19 01:22
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BERKELEY -- Several dozen students and activists protested the development of a grocery store and senior housing on University of California-owned land on Nov. 14, before a group of them met with...
2014/11/18 06:22
2014/11/18 06:22
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SACRAMENTO – The California Community Colleges Board of Governors elected Geoffrey L. Baum to serve as president and Cecilia V. Estolano to serve as vice president for the 2015 calendar term during...
2014/11/17 23:13
2014/11/17 23:13
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... seems like a good precedent to me. — Stephen E. Schlickman, executive director, Urban Transportation Center, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, University of Illinois...
2014/11/11 13:45
2014/11/11 13:45
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... caught in a racist rant about the city's Chinatown, berating residents for "eating turtles and frogs" and for not assimilating into American culture. There's an irony to these grievances,...
2014/11/10 23:16
2014/11/10 23:16
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November 18, 20148:45 a.m. Louis Marc Ducharme was appointed Director of the IMF’'s Statistics Department on June 17, 2013. Before joining the IMF, he spent 30 years at Statistics Canada where he...
2014/11/03 23:49
2014/11/03 23:49
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... into the innovations, new developments, social improvements, science breakthroughs and artistic achievements of the young people in our area. Here's our 17th annual 40 Under...
2014/11/03 05:26
2014/11/03 05:26
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Each issue of Modern Farmer, the stylish agrarian quarterly, has an austere portrait of an animal on the cover. So far, there have been six. The animals look remote and self-satisfied, as if nothing...
2014/11/01 16:18
2014/11/01 16:18
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Long Island voters are heading to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 4 to cast their ballots in the gubernatorial, congressional, New York State Senate, state Assembly and a race for Suffolk County Comptroller....
2014/11/01 05:21
2014/11/01 05:21
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Not this time. Rapp, representing the district since 2005, is challenged by Democrat Toby Anderson in Tuesday's general election. Starting the first of the year, the 65th District will include all...
2014/10/24 21:15
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Mahinda Rajapaksa in his capacity as the Finance Minister presented his 10th consecutive budget and 69th budget since Independence yesterday. The speech: I am pleased to present the 10th...
2014/10/24 13:20
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CHAMPAIGN — It was the mid-1960s, America was enthralled with the space program and NASA researcher John Greenleaf knew men weren't the only ones who would want to be astronauts. More than a decade...
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