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Inside Bay Area
The Bay Area's Obama courtFor the next decade or longer, President Barack Obama's political legacy in the
The Bay Area's Obama court
Inside Bay Area / Posted 4 days ago
For the next decade or longer, President Barack Obama's political legacy in the Bay Area may be easiest to detect inside federal courthouses in San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Over the past six years, Obama has overhauled the Bay Area's roster... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
The Bay Area's Obama courtFor the next decade or longer, President Barack Obama's political legacy in the
The Bay Area's Obama court
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 4 days ago
For the next decade or longer, President Barack Obama's political legacy in the Bay Area may be easiest to detect inside federal courthouses in San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. Over the past six years, Obama has overhauled the Bay Area's roster... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
AT&T making it even harder for you to protect your privacyIn completing his company's $49-billion acquisition of DirecTV last month, AT&T
AT&T making it even harder for you to protect your privacy
Los Angeles Times / Posted 9 days ago
In completing his company's $49-billion acquisition of DirecTV last month, AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said it was "all about giving customers more choices." He meant entertainment and service choices, but he could just as easily have... Read more
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Business Wire
Eleven Partners at Rutan & Tucker, LLP Named to 2016 List of Best Lawyers in AmericaCOSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rutan & Tucker, LLP, Orange County’s large
Eleven Partners at Rutan & Tucker, LLP Named to 2016 List of Best Lawyers in America
Business Wire / Posted 10 days ago
COSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rutan & Tucker, LLP, Orange County’s largest full-service law firm, has announced that 11 of the firm’s partners have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America® 2016, which is the... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
UC Hastings prof moonlights as musicianPIEDMONT -- The harmonica is certainly no stranger in the blues world. But few
UC Hastings prof moonlights as musician
Inside Bay Area / Posted 15 days ago
PIEDMONT -- The harmonica is certainly no stranger in the blues world. But few play it quite like Big Harp George, of Piedmont. George Bisharat, aka Big Harp George, is making a name for himself with his chromatic harmonica and his first... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Carly Fiorina Backs Maternity Leave Policy Worse Than Afghanistan'sCarly Fiorina doesn't want to force businesses to provide paid parental leave.
Carly Fiorina Backs Maternity Leave Policy Worse Than Afghanistan's
The Huffington Post / Posted 17 days ago
Carly Fiorina doesn't want to force businesses to provide paid parental leave. | Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images WASHINGTON -- GOP presidential contender Carly Fiorina said on Sunday that she opposes changing federal law to require companies to... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Uber Lawsuit Could Decide Company's FutureA legal face off in a San Francisco courtroom could decide the future of Uber a
Uber Lawsuit Could Decide Company's Future
NBC Bay Area / Posted 21 days ago
A legal face off in a San Francisco courtroom could decide the future of Uber and other ride-sharing companies. Three Uber drivers are suing over their classification as independent contractors. The case has huge implications because it challenges... Read more
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Rolling Good Times
Las Vegas native Brandenburg brings community perspective to casino ownershipAt age 12, Mark Brandenburg mopped the basement floors at Las Vegas' first casi
Las Vegas native Brandenburg brings community perspective to casino ownership
Rolling Good Times / Posted 24 days ago
At age 12, Mark Brandenburg mopped the basement floors at Las Vegas' first casino: the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino at 1 Fremont St. Nearly 50 years later, he has his own office in the building as its president and shareholder. "When you ask about my... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Reliving the past at BartonThe following is part nine in a summer series of some of the most memorable mom
Reliving the past at Barton
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
The following is part nine in a summer series of some of the most memorable moments in Barton athletics.It was March 7, 2000. The Barton Community College women’s basketball team was trying to earn a trip to the NJCAA National Tournament – it would... Read more
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KOLN Lincoln
TRAFFIC ALERT: Construction to Begin Monday on 9th StreetHASTINGS, Neb. -- Starting Monday drivers in Hastings will no longer be able to
TRAFFIC ALERT: Construction to Begin Monday on 9th Street
KOLN Lincoln / Posted 28 days ago
HASTINGS, Neb. -- Starting Monday drivers in Hastings will no longer be able to use 9th Street, from Elm to Ash. Hastings college officials say their development plans will start on Aug. 3. This section of 9th has been a hot topic around town for... Read more
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KOLN Lincoln
Huskers Add Full-time Director of Sports PsychologyLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- A consulting sports psychiatrist has been named director
Huskers Add Full-time Director of Sports Psychology
KOLN Lincoln / Posted a month ago
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- A consulting sports psychiatrist has been named director of sports psychology for the University of Nebraska Athletic Department in Lincoln. The department says Dr. Todd Stull will be the university's first full-time sports... Read more
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Orange County Register
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strengthBEIJING – Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights a
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strength
Orange County Register / Posted 1 months ago
BEIJING – Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights activists during the last three weeks, one of the widest suppressions of dissent since Xi Jinping came to power in late 2012. Authorities have forced public confessions... Read more
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WA Today
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strengthBeijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights ac
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strength
WA Today / Posted 1 months ago
Beijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights activists during the last three weeks, one of the widest suppressions of dissent since Xi Jinping came to power in late 2012. Authorities have forced public confessions... Read more
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The Age
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strengthBeijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights ac
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strength
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
Beijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights activists during the last three weeks, one of the widest suppressions of dissent since Xi Jinping came to power in late 2012. Authorities have forced public confessions... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strengthBeijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights ac
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strength
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Beijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights activists during the last three weeks, one of the widest suppressions of dissent since Xi Jinping came to power in late 2012. Authorities have forced public confessions... Read more
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Canberra Times
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strengthBeijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights ac
China's crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on Communist Party's strength
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
Beijing: Chinese police have detained more than 220 lawyers and human rights activists during the last three weeks, one of the widest suppressions of dissent since Xi Jinping came to power in late 2012. Authorities have forced public confessions... Read more
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Marshall Independent
SMSU TRACK AND FIELD: Brink, Gray Verhulst make pitchesMarlon Brink, current head men's and women's track and field/cross country coac
SMSU TRACK AND FIELD: Brink, Gray Verhulst make pitches
Marshall Independent / Posted 1 months ago
Marlon Brink, current head men's and women's track and field/cross country coach at Wayne State College, addressed a group of approximately a dozen SMSU coaches, athletic trainers, and other university staff members in the morning. Brink was... Read more
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KOLN Lincoln
Nebraska's Astronaut Writes Book, July 24, 2015Clayton Conrad Anderson got to live the dream of many young boys & girls. From
Nebraska's Astronaut Writes Book, July 24, 2015
KOLN Lincoln / Posted 1 months ago
Clayton Conrad Anderson got to live the dream of many young boys & girls. From Ashland-Greenwood High School to Hastings College to Houston...tt's been an unbelievable ride for our native son who, after being rejected by NASA 15 times, became an... Read more
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Marshall Independent
SMSU TRACK AND FIELD: SMSU narrows down coaching searchThe finalists include Marlon Brink, head men's and women's track & field/cross
SMSU TRACK AND FIELD: SMSU narrows down coaching search
Marshall Independent / Posted 1 months ago
The finalists include Marlon Brink, head men's and women's track & field/cross country coach at Wayne State College, Pamela Gray Verhulst, assistant track & field coach at Ripon College (Wis.) and Dan Allen, head men's and women's track & field/cross... Read more
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J Weekly
Jews must call for an end to solitary confinement of juvenilesCommon sense should tell us that locking up a child alone for 23 hours a day is
Jews must call for an end to solitary confinement of juveniles
J Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
Common sense should tell us that locking up a child alone for 23 hours a day is inhumane. But this practice — solitary confinement — is disturbingly commonplace in state-run juvenile detention facilities across California. Unsurprisingly, such severe... Read more

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