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Why Too Many Clinical Trials Fail -- And A Simple...
... cancer turn out to be correct. This phenomenon, often termed the False Discovery Rate (FDR) is (relatively) well-known and understood, and has led to calls (including, here and here, from...
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Budget-friendly fun: 'Groundhog' celebration in W...
... Depression, the New Deal, first lady Eleanor Roosevelt and much more in the Fireside Chat with FDR program at the Warren-Newport Public Library District, 224 N. O'Plaine Road, Gurnee. Free....
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Bergen, Passaic County towns gearing up for major...
... scenarios in advance to ensure that we are properly prepared," Foligno assured. The Library Board and Recreation Advisory Board meetings scheduled for this evening have been cancelled,...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
President Obama: On Bowing to Kings
... his exhausting 14,000-mile journey to the Yalta Conference with Churchill and Stalin. FDR tried to appeal to King Abdul Aziz's humanity. Surely the Saudi king could not object to...
Read more at The Christian Post
Disrupting the American Dream
... -- a vast and expensive welfare program. Another suggested make-work of the sort that FDR tried during the Depression: goodbye self-service gas stations, welcome back attendants and...
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May bus trip lures fishing fans
... of school settings.This year’s Student Creative Expression Exhibit will be showcased at the FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park Feb. 22-27. Barbara Bedell’s column appears daily....
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... Republican Presidential candidates were scheduled to hold a televised debate at the Reagan Library on the seventh, and Obama’s speech would upstage it. The White House, meanwhile, had its own...
Read more at The New Yorker
Greenwich playwright brings soldiers' letters to ...
Reads Together book, "When the Emperor was Divine." Ladnier will soon show the play again at the
in Hyde Park, N.Y. on Feb. 19, the "Day of Remembrance." It was FDR's executive order on...
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Presidential library sites offer new ways to unde...
Research” take the place of our presidential libraries [“Does every president need his own library?,” Sunday Opinion, Jan. 11], he echoes arguments that were made by Rep. Hamilton Fish III...
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The Surprising Ways Bankrupt Cities Make Money
At the time, President Ford—in an effort to teach the country a lesson about the failures of FDR liberalism—refused the governor’s pleas to save the city from the brink of bankruptcy. And the...
Read more at The Atlantic
Serino, Gibson to share constituent office
... ceremonial swearing in for Serino’s first term in Albany held in the Henry Wallace Center at the
of Hyde Park. Serino said that since they are in agreement with many of the same issues...
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