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Staten Island Advance
Ceremonies for 'Home Games' sports exhibit at S.I. Museuminto the S.I. Sports Hall of Fame. For Jen Derevjanik, the former standout fro
Ceremonies for 'Home Games' sports exhibit at S.I. Museum
Staten Island Advance / Posted 10 hours ago
into the S.I. Sports Hall of Fame. For Jen Derevjanik, the former standout from St. Peter's HS who went on to star at George Mason University and then in the WNBA, the sport of basketball has taken her full circle. Derevjanik is now a teacher... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Washington news in briefto students from Valley View High School in Jonesboro who participated in the W
Washington news in brief
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 hours ago
to students from Valley View High School in Jonesboro who participated in the We The People National Finals last week at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., and on Capitol Hill. Participants held simulations of congressional hearings. We... Read more
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Daily Mail
Weather Channel founder SLAMS Bill Nye, calls him 'pretend scientist'is in line with the majority of meteorologists - 64 percent of them in 2013, ac
Weather Channel founder SLAMS Bill Nye, calls him 'pretend scientist'
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
is in line with the majority of meteorologists - 64 percent of them in 2013, according to a study by social scientists from George Mason University, the AMS and Yale University. Weather forecasters were specifically named as an example of AMS... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Obamacare to surgery, STAT!plans in 2014, according to researcher Brian Blase, with the Spending and Budge
Obamacare to surgery, STAT!
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
plans in 2014, according to researcher Brian Blase, with the Spending and Budget Initiative at the Mercatus Center of George Mason University. No wonder other insurers warn that they may follow UnitedHealthcare to the exit, unless they win... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Three-day drama ends in UC Davis chancellor’s removalpublic official, should be afforded due process and all other required protecti
Three-day drama ends in UC Davis chancellor’s removal
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
public official, should be afforded due process and all other required protections as these allegations are investigated,” George Mason University professor James Finkelstein, an expert on corporate board participation by university executives,... Read more
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Slate
He Was an Ideal Spokesman for Sex Offenders’ Rights. Then He Got Arrested for Texting a Minor.did answer his call, including Charlie Sullivan, Baughman’s former boss at CURE
He Was an Ideal Spokesman for Sex Offenders’ Rights. Then He Got Arrested for Texting a Minor.
Slate / Posted 2 days ago
did answer his call, including Charlie Sullivan, Baughman’s former boss at CURE, and Roger Lancaster, an anthropologist at George Mason University and the author of the 2011 book Sex Panic and the Punitive State. “One thing I’ve learned in years of... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Bishops release religious freedom video for 50th anniversary of 'Dignitatis Humanae'us more and more to cooperate with its view," says Helen Alvaré, a lawyer and a
Bishops release religious freedom video for 50th anniversary of 'Dignitatis Humanae'
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
us more and more to cooperate with its view," says Helen Alvaré, a lawyer and advisor to the U.S. bishops and professor at George Mason University Law School. "But I see that as the flip side of the coin -- of the government stopping us from... Read more
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Arkansas Times
In Virginia, backlash to money's influence on a college. Hmmmm.The New York Times reports that a contribution of $30 million to rename the law
In Virginia, backlash to money's influence on a college. Hmmmm.
Arkansas Times / Posted 2 days ago
The New York Times reports that a contribution of $30 million to rename the law school at Virginia's public George Mason University for Antonin Scalia has prompted an overdue backlash to the amount of ideology already infused in that campus by past... Read more
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Orange County Register
What's in a name change? Politics, those at George Mason University fearWASHINGTON – For years, students and faculty at George Mason University paid li
What's in a name change? Politics, those at George Mason University fear
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
WASHINGTON – For years, students and faculty at George Mason University paid little attention as Charles G. Koch and other conservatives helped transform their once sleepy commuter school in the suburbs of the nation’s capital into a leading producer... Read more
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Newsmax
Dow Could Be Above 25,000 Without Government RegulationWith $4 trillion in economic growth, there would be more jobs and jobs would pa
Dow Could Be Above 25,000 Without Government Regulation
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
With $4 trillion in economic growth, there would be more jobs and jobs would pay better. Asstudy by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University found, regulations could be shaving as much as $13,000 from each worker, on average. Skeptics need... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Weighing The Good And The Bad Of Autonomous Killer Robots In BattleIn his lab at George Mason University in Virginia, Sean Luke has all kinds of r
Weighing The Good And The Bad Of Autonomous Killer Robots In Battle
KPBS San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
In his lab at George Mason University in Virginia, Sean Luke has all kinds of robots: big ones with wheels; medium ones that look like humans. And then he has a couple of dozen that look like small, metal boxes. He and his team at the Autonomous... Read more
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Orange County Register
America's trucking industry faces a shortage: Meet the immigrants helping fill the gaptrucking industry is searching for people,” says Justin Lowery, who studies the
America's trucking industry faces a shortage: Meet the immigrants helping fill the gap
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
trucking industry is searching for people,” says Justin Lowery, who studies the role of immigrants in U.S. trucking at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Lowery says there is an “aging out” of truck drivers and recent immigrants, willing... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Weighing The Good And The Bad Of Autonomous Killer Robots In BattleIn his lab at George Mason University in Virginia, Sean Luke has all kinds of r
Weighing The Good And The Bad Of Autonomous Killer Robots In Battle
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
In his lab at George Mason University in Virginia, Sean Luke has all kinds of robots: big ones with wheels, medium ones that look like humans, and then he has a couple of dozen that look like small, metal boxes. He and his team at the Autonomous... Read more
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Salon.com
Camille Paglia: “I’m a libertarian. That’s why I’m always freely offending both sides”Academic and “Glittering Images” author, Camille Paglia, sat down for a wide-ra
Camille Paglia: “I’m a libertarian. That’s why I’m always freely offending both sides”
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
Academic and “Glittering Images” author, Camille Paglia, sat down for a wide-ranging interview with George Mason University professor and host of Medium’s “ “Young people have no sense whatever of the expansive, of the big gesture,” Paglia said,... Read more
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Newsmax
Mercatus Study: Govt Regulations Have Cost US Economy $4 Trillion, or $13,000 a Personamounting to a $4 trillion loss to the American economy, the Free Beacon report
Mercatus Study: Govt Regulations Have Cost US Economy $4 Trillion, or $13,000 a Person
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
amounting to a $4 trillion loss to the American economy, the Free Beacon reported. The study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University found that regulations over the past several decades amount to a loss of $13,000 for each American... Read more
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Newsmax
Half of Conservatives Say Climate Change Is Reala threat shot up 19 points in two years, to 47 percent, according to public opi
Half of Conservatives Say Climate Change Is Real
Newsmax / Posted 4 days ago
a threat shot up 19 points in two years, to 47 percent, according to public opinion researchers at Yale University and George Mason University. Overall, 56 percent of Republicans agree that it’s happening. Including Democrats and independents,... Read more
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Bankrate.com
The Fed hits ‘pause’ againprofessor of economics at Villanova University. Scott Sumner, director of mone
The Fed hits ‘pause’ again
Bankrate.com / Posted 4 days ago
professor of economics at Villanova University. Scott Sumner, director of monetary policy at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, sees the Fed also following the global economy. The Fed will monitor conditions in Europe, Japan and... Read more
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The Signal
Hart, Valencia grads changing the game at Long Beach Statefor the national title are some of Long Beach’s familiar opponents, No. 2 UCLA
Hart, Valencia grads changing the game at Long Beach State
The Signal / Posted 5 days ago
for the national title are some of Long Beach’s familiar opponents, No. 2 UCLA and No. 1 BYU, along with Ohio State and George Mason University. “We both have the same type of team dynamic,” Kyle Ensing said about the Bruins, who beat Long... Read more
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The Washington Times
Obama’s 97 percent climate change consensus includes ‘deniers’scientists agree that climate change is caused by humans,” according to an Apri
Obama’s 97 percent climate change consensus includes ‘deniers’
The Washington Times / Posted 5 days ago
scientists agree that climate change is caused by humans,” according to an April 11 press release. But a March survey by George Mason University of 4,092 American Meteorological Society members found that only 67 percent believed that climate... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Michael Mann: Man-made climate change is realthe work of former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis of South Carolina, a Republican who fou
Michael Mann: Man-made climate change is real
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
the work of former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis of South Carolina, a Republican who founded the Energy and Enterprise Initiative at George Mason University after being defeated by a Tea Party challenge in the Republican primary of 2010. Inglis's group... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
America’s trucking industry faces a shortage. Meet the immigrants helping fill the gap.trucking industry is searching for people,” says Justin Lowery, who studies the
America’s trucking industry faces a shortage. Meet the immigrants helping fill the gap.
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 6 days ago
trucking industry is searching for people,” says Justin Lowery, who studies the role of immigrants in US trucking at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Lowery says there is an “aging out” of truck drivers and recent immigrants,... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
America’s trucking industry faces a shortage. Meet the immigrants helping fill the gap.trucking industry is searching for people,” says Justin Lowery, who studies the
America’s trucking industry faces a shortage. Meet the immigrants helping fill the gap.
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
trucking industry is searching for people,” says Justin Lowery, who studies the role of immigrants in US trucking at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Lowery says there is an “aging out” of truck drivers and recent immigrants,... Read more
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Daily Press
Big bucks behind Virginia governors' jobs announcementsall states do it and most states make mistakes and/or are partially corrupted i
Big bucks behind Virginia governors' jobs announcements
Daily Press / Posted 7 days ago
all states do it and most states make mistakes and/or are partially corrupted in the process," said Kingsley E. Haynes, a George Mason University professor of decision sciences and public policy who has studied economic development issues. "It is... Read more
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Mashable
Extended Sandy Hook lawsuit might just be what the plaintiffs needyet to truly begin. "I don't think these companies have anything that they're
Extended Sandy Hook lawsuit might just be what the plaintiffs need
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
yet to truly begin. "I don't think these companies have anything that they're hiding," Joyce Malcolm, a Second Amendment expert at George Mason University, told Mashable. "The suit is just going to cost them money or the company's going to set... Read more
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NBC Washington
George Mason University Revamps Sexual Misconduct HearingsGeorge Mason University is revising the way it investigates and adjudicates all
George Mason University Revamps Sexual Misconduct Hearings
NBC Washington / Posted 9 days ago
George Mason University is revising the way it investigates and adjudicates allegations of sexual misconduct after a student won a lawsuit challenging the process. The changes include hiring a full-time sexual misconduct investigator and a revised... Read more
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ABC News
George Mason University Revamps Sexual Misconduct HearingsGeorge Mason University is revising the way it investigates and adjudicates all
George Mason University Revamps Sexual Misconduct Hearings
ABC News / Posted 9 days ago
George Mason University is revising the way it investigates and adjudicates allegations of sexual misconduct after a student won a lawsuit challenging the process. The changes include hiring a full-time sexual misconduct investigator and a revised... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Warming giving US type of weather we prefer for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Warming giving US type of weather we prefer for now
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 9 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
George Mason University revamps sexual misconduct hearingsALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - George Mason University is revising the way it investiga
George Mason University revamps sexual misconduct hearings
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 9 days ago
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - George Mason University is revising the way it investigates and adjudicates allegations of sexual misconduct after a student won a lawsuit challenging the process. The student won reinstatement after arguing that a consensual... Read more
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PhysOrg
Earth's weird and wonderful animal modelsof the city David Luther studies a more modern phenomenon: how animals adapt t
Earth's weird and wonderful animal models
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
of the city David Luther studies a more modern phenomenon: how animals adapt to urban environments. With NSF funding, the George Mason University biologist uses white-crowned sparrows to explore the ways cities, and particularly the... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer — for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s f
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer — for now
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit their... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Slim By Design Offers Tricks For Willpower-Free Dietingthe skinny people did more. But some of the results are probably flukes. I spok
Slim By Design Offers Tricks For Willpower-Free Dieting
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 10 days ago
the skinny people did more. But some of the results are probably flukes. I spoke with Rebecca Goldin, a statistician from George Mason University and director of STATS.org. She shared my concern. The findings aren’t automatically wrong, she said,... Read more
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Business Wire
Nexus Services Announces Recipients of $350,000 in Scholarship Aidinto paying heavily for something they didn’t do,” said Madison Phillips, a hig
Nexus Services Announces Recipients of $350,000 in Scholarship Aid
Business Wire / Posted 10 days ago
into paying heavily for something they didn’t do,” said Madison Phillips, a high school senior who is undecided between George Mason University and Virginia Tech and is interested in studying either history or English, in the opening paragraph... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Study: Warming giving type of weather we prefer -- for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Study: Warming giving type of weather we prefer -- for now
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Orange County Register
Global warming giving U.S. type of weather we prefer – for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s f
Global warming giving U.S. type of weather we prefer – for now
Orange County Register / Posted 10 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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FOX News
Magnets might 'unlock' paralyzed arm after strokeHarrington examined the effect of TMS on 30 stroke patients, working with Miche
Magnets might 'unlock' paralyzed arm after stroke
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
Harrington examined the effect of TMS on 30 stroke patients, working with Michelle Harris-Love, an associate professor at George Mason University and director of the Mechanisms of Therapeutic Rehabilitation Laboratory at the MedStar National... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer - for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer - for now
The Record Searchlight / Posted 10 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Study: Warming giving U.S. type of weather we prefer, for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s f
Study: Warming giving U.S. type of weather we prefer, for now
WWLP Springfield / Posted 10 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Boston Globe
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s f
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for now
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s four-year drought, or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Study: Warming giving U.S. type of weather we prefer — for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Study: Warming giving U.S. type of weather we prefer — for now
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 10 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Do Black and African lives matter on the international stage?6,550 troops to about 24,000 UN troops already there. Gregory Stanton, profess
Do Black and African lives matter on the international stage?
Daily Maverick / Posted 10 days ago
6,550 troops to about 24,000 UN troops already there. Gregory Stanton, professor of genocide studies and prevention at George Mason University, wrote in the Journal of Genocide Research that a lack of political will and geopolitical interests... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for now
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 11 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer — for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer — for now
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 11 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for now
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 11 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Mashable
Climate change gives U.S. the type of weather we prefer -- for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Climate change gives U.S. the type of weather we prefer -- for now
Mashable / Posted 11 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer - for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's f
Study: Warming giving US type of weather we prefer - for now
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 11 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week's downpours in Houston, California's four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Salon.com
Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for nowdeal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s f
Warming giving US type of weather we prefer _ for now
Salon.com / Posted 11 days ago
deal with extreme weather like this week’s downpours in Houston, California’s four-year drought or Superstorm Sandy. George Mason University professor Ed Maibach said surveys show that nearly 40 percent of Americans say extreme weather hit... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Too Big to Fail From the Eyes of a Specialist - New Economic PerspectivesNew Economic Perspectivesfor generalist judges." Perhaps, but a reader should be informed that Wright i
Too Big to Fail From the Eyes of a Specialist - New Economic PerspectivesNew Economic Perspectives
Op-Ed News / Posted 11 days ago
for generalist judges." Perhaps, but a reader should be informed that Wright is a professor at the ultra-right wing George Mason University School of Law. More importantly, a judge who has been "trained in basic economics" is likely to have... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Brunswick Co. teacher accused of soliciting a minor onlinefor Fairfax County Public Schools, Capitano was an unpaid teacher intern during
Brunswick Co. teacher accused of soliciting a minor online
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 11 days ago
for Fairfax County Public Schools, Capitano was an unpaid teacher intern during the 2014-2015 academic year through George Mason University. Capitano left Coates at the end of her internship in May 2015. Jessica Swencki, spokesperson for... Read more
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USA Today
We're fiddling as the climate burnsis head of communications for the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Networ
We're fiddling as the climate burns
USA Today / Posted 12 days ago
is head of communications for the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Networkand teaches at New York University and George Mason University. The views expressed here are his own. In addition to its own editorials, USA TODAY publishes... Read more
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Daily Mail
Teacher, 24, arrested for trying to have sex with 13-old boyteacher becomes the first person to be charged with... Share this article Her
Teacher, 24, arrested for trying to have sex with 13-old boy
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
teacher becomes the first person to be charged with... Share this article Her Facebook page says that she attended George Mason University, where she received her degree in elementary education. The page also says she used to work at the... Read more
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