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Asian journal
EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program – Invest in a US business and receive a green cardLLP. He is a former Assistant United States Attorney with the United States Dep
EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program – Invest in a US business and receive a green card
Asian journal / Posted 5 hours ago
LLP. He is a former Assistant United States Attorney with the United States Department of Justice. He has a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Website: www.sullivankrieger.com Contact us at any of our... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Man Struck And Killed By Vehicle In Baltimoreof the Honda Fit. “The driver of the Honda swerved, but did not have adequate
Man Struck And Killed By Vehicle In Baltimore
CBS Baltimore / Posted 7 hours ago
of the Honda Fit. “The driver of the Honda swerved, but did not have adequate time to avoid striking the pedestrian,” police said in a news release. The driver remained at the scene. The victim was transported to Johns Hopkins where he later d... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Pedestrian struck, killed in North Baltimoresaid the driver swerved, but was unable to avoid hitting Smith. The driver stay
Pedestrian struck, killed in North Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
said the driver swerved, but was unable to avoid hitting Smith. The driver stayed on scene, and Smith was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. Anyone with additional information about the incident was asked... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so toughthat initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so tough
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 10 hours ago
that initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist Kelly Dunn, who researches the issue at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in Baltimore. "When you stop taking opioids it takes time for your body to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Julie J. Ramsey, Baltimore County businesswoman, diesJulie J. Ramsey, a businesswoman who also worked in real estate sales in the Ba
Julie J. Ramsey, Baltimore County businesswoman, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
Julie J. Ramsey, a businesswoman who also worked in real estate sales in the Baltimore area, died July 7 at Johns Hopkins Hospital after suffering a stroke. She was 58. The daughter of Edward Jenkins, a steelworker, and Annabelle Jenkins, a... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Hubble Scientists Push to Final Frontier to Celebrate Star Trek Anniv.image of thousands of galaxies – billions of light years from earth, studied at
Hubble Scientists Push to Final Frontier to Celebrate Star Trek Anniv.
CBS Baltimore / Posted 11 hours ago
image of thousands of galaxies – billions of light years from earth, studied at the Space Telescope Science Institute on Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus. Senator Barbara Mikulski helped get the Hubble launched and funded thousands of Maryland... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
James A. Holechek, author and preservationist, dieswheat, America's oldest packaged cereal, which landed on breakfast tables in 18
James A. Holechek, author and preservationist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
wheat, America's oldest packaged cereal, which landed on breakfast tables in 1891. Mr. Holecheck was a member of the Johns Hopkins Club, the Center Club, the Explorers Club and the Baltimore Charcoal Club. At his request, there will be no... Read more
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The Daily Record
JHU, UM among top schools filing patents, say inventors Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland were among the top patent-filing
JHU, UM among top schools filing patents, say inventors
The Daily Record / Posted 15 hours ago
Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland were among the top patent-filing universities worldwide in 2015, according to a report published this month by the National Academy of Inventors and... Read more
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The Daily Record
JHU, UM among top schools filing patents, say inventorsJohns Hopkins and the University of Maryland were among the top patent-filing u
JHU, UM among top schools filing patents, say inventors
The Daily Record / Posted 15 hours ago
Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland were among the top patent-filing universities worldwide in 2015, according to a report published this month by the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association. The local... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Computer game improves children's math performanceParents whose children struggle with math may have new reason to be hopeful: A
Computer game improves children's math performance
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
Parents whose children struggle with math may have new reason to be hopeful: A recent study at the Johns Hopkins University suggests that young people can improve their performance by carrying out a few simple computer exercises unrelated to numbers... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
GiftCardRescue.com, Columbia-based Shark Tank winner, has shut downcustomers in limbo over payments totaling thousands of dollars. Founder and CE
GiftCardRescue.com, Columbia-based Shark Tank winner, has shut down
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
customers in limbo over payments totaling thousands of dollars. Founder and CEO Kwame Kuadey, who started the company as a Johns Hopkins University business school project, blamed the abrupt end of the business on rapid growth without adequate... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC New York
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC New York / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Chicago / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Washington
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Washington / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Bay Area / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Miami
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Miami / Posted 16 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 17 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can'ta player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Poke
Pay Someone to Play Pokemon When You Can't
NBC Connecticut / Posted 17 hours ago
a player to some of the hottest Pokemon hunting grounds around the city. 'Pokemon Go' Takes Over Children's Hospital At Johns Hopkins Hospital, "Pokemon Go" gives children with chronic illnesses the chance to have some fun. The hospital has been... Read more
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Newsmax
Researcher: Fed Could Have Saved Lehman Brothers From Bankruptcyeconomic and legal reasoning and dubious factual claims,” says Laurence M. Ball
Researcher: Fed Could Have Saved Lehman Brothers From Bankruptcy
Newsmax / Posted 17 hours ago
economic and legal reasoning and dubious factual claims,” says Laurence M. Ball, chairman of the economics department at Johns Hopkins University and author of the report. Lehman’s $639 billion bankruptcy filing occurred as a bubble in the U.S.... Read more
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Market Watch
This is why Americans throw out $165 billion in food every yeargood to eat and consumers give a lot of weight to expiration dates, according t
This is why Americans throw out $165 billion in food every year
Market Watch / Posted 19 hours ago
good to eat and consumers give a lot of weight to expiration dates, according to Roni Neff, assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore. (Earlier this year, France banned supermarkets from throwing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Circulator detour ahead?budget by $6 million by eliminating the Banner and Green routes and ending serv
Circulator detour ahead?
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 hours ago
budget by $6 million by eliminating the Banner and Green routes and ending service on the north end of the Purple route to Johns Hopkins University beginning in January. That's a major cutback, but it can't come completely by surprise. One year... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Fun, fascinating 'Nuts!' is a don't-miss moviein North Carolina but has dreams of attending medical school. He even shows up,
Fun, fascinating 'Nuts!' is a don't-miss movie
The Arizona Republic / Posted 20 hours ago
in North Carolina but has dreams of attending medical school. He even shows up, shoeless, at the office of the dean of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, saying he wants to be a doctor. The dean coldly rejects him. That doesn't... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Patriots add another Belichick to the payrollcoaching assistants. Pellegrino interned with the team last year and his backg
Patriots add another Belichick to the payroll
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 22 hours ago
coaching assistants. Pellegrino interned with the team last year and his background as an All-American lacrosse player at Johns Hopkins likely didn’t hurt when it came to talk to the eldest Belichick about a job. Popovich also joined the team last... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
EFF Lawsuit Takes on DMCA Section 1201could run afoul of Section 1201. EFF is also representing plaintiff Matthew Gr
EFF Lawsuit Takes on DMCA Section 1201
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 22 hours ago
could run afoul of Section 1201. EFF is also representing plaintiff Matthew Green, a computer security researcher at Johns Hopkins University who wants to make sure that we all can trust the devices that we count on to communicate, underpin... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Several Area Players On Top Drawer Soccer All-State TeamYale MF Chris FernandezMaryvilleSr. Maryville College MF Grayson Hetherington
Several Area Players On Top Drawer Soccer All-State Team
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
Yale MF Chris FernandezMaryvilleSr. Maryville College MF Grayson HetheringtonRavenwoodSr. MF Connor JacobsWebb SchoolSr. Johns Hopkins MF William McGregorMcCallie SchoolJr. MF Peyton McKnattGermantown HoustonSr.Memphis MFJames MyersChrist... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Skills USA – Four students from Beverly Hills High School finished in 8th place at the National Skills USA competition, held in Louisville, KentuckyPictured (from left): Christian Ulirsch, Owen Lloyd, Bennett Gershwin, and Jona
Skills USA – Four students from Beverly Hills High School finished in 8th place at the National Skills USA competition, held in Louisville, Kentucky
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted yesterday
Pictured (from left): Christian Ulirsch, Owen Lloyd, Bennett Gershwin, and Jonathan Gunn. Ulirsch (senior) and Gunn (Johns Hopkins-bound) designed, built, and tested a robot to detect explosives by video camera. Lloyd and Gershwin (both... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
No play, no pay: Why North Texas colleges got shut out on new grants for star researchersthe chance to lead a high-performance computing center . “We were courting him
No play, no pay: Why North Texas colleges got shut out on new grants for star researchers
Dallas Morning News / Posted yesterday
the chance to lead a high-performance computing center . “We were courting him,” Krishnamoorti said, but he worried that Johns Hopkins might match any offer. Then the grant “put us over the top,” he said. “We couldn’t have closed the deal... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Utilities commit to growing contracting diversity programHopkins, BGE announce major job initiative with 25 Baltimore companies When th
Utilities commit to growing contracting diversity program
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Hopkins, BGE announce major job initiative with 25 Baltimore companies When the Johns Hopkins University board met last November to talk about an initiative aimed at improving the city's economic prospects by hiring more local and minority-owned... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Roger Ailes' monstrous legacy: Fox News chief changed TV, culture for the worseused his channel to help build a constituency for potential GOP candidates, lik
Roger Ailes' monstrous legacy: Fox News chief changed TV, culture for the worse
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
used his channel to help build a constituency for potential GOP candidates, like Dr. Ben Carson as he transitioned from Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon to Republican presidential contender. And his channel's tremendous ratings strategy was imitated... Read more
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PhysOrg
Most people feel guilty about discarding food, but say it would be hard to stopthat 53 percent of respondents said they were aware that food waste is a proble
Most people feel guilty about discarding food, but say it would be hard to stop
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
that 53 percent of respondents said they were aware that food waste is a problem. This is about 10 percent higher than a Johns Hopkins study published last year, Roe said, which indicates awareness of the problem could be growing. "But it's still... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Chase LaDrido commits to Johns Hopkins lacrosse before freshman year in high schoolmember of the Class of 2020 from the West Coast to commit to a Division I men's
Chase LaDrido commits to Johns Hopkins lacrosse before freshman year in high school
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
member of the Class of 2020 from the West Coast to commit to a Division I men's lacrosse program, choosing to play for Johns Hopkins. "I just wanted to have a school that I could call mine right now and then not to have to worry about the... Read more
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Baltimore Orioles
"State of the Orioles" event to highlight upcoming Orioles homestandPoint that is dedicated to improving educational access and opportunity in the
"State of the Orioles" event to highlight upcoming Orioles homestand
Baltimore Orioles / Posted yesterday
Point that is dedicated to improving educational access and opportunity in the city. Edwards, who was previously with the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, also helped set up health education programs in Libya following the civil war there. She... Read more
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The Verge
The EFF is suing over one of the worst US copyright rulespeople from pirating copyrighted works — places unconstitutional limits on free
The EFF is suing over one of the worst US copyright rules
The Verge / Posted yesterday
people from pirating copyrighted works — places unconstitutional limits on free speech. The EFF filed suit on behalf of Johns Hopkins computer science researcher Matthew Green and hacker / inventor Andrew "bunnie" Huang, both of whom argue that... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so toughthat initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so tough
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
that initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist Kelly Dunn, who researches the issue at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in Baltimore. "When you stop taking opioids it takes time for your body to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Martin O'Malley to address Democratic convention next weekrepresenting a new generation of Democrats. O'Malley will be the first Marylan
Martin O'Malley to address Democratic convention next week
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
representing a new generation of Democrats. O'Malley will be the first Marylander to speak at either convention. Retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a longtime Maryland resident who now lives in Florida, addressed the Republican... Read more
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CommonDreams.org
Thousands to March on Eve of Democratic National Convention, Demanding Fracking Ban and Huge Investment in Renewablesagenda on the eve of the Democratic National Convention. The March for a Clean
Thousands to March on Eve of Democratic National Convention, Demanding Fracking Ban and Huge Investment in Renewables
CommonDreams.org / Posted yesterday
agenda on the eve of the Democratic National Convention. The March for a Clean Energy Revolution comes on the heels of a Johns Hopkins study, published July 18 in JAMA Internal Medicine, found that people with asthma who live near bigger or... Read more
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The Daily Record
Hopkins School of Medicine affiliate establishes prize to honor co-founderof Medicine affiliate establishes prize to honor co-founder The Lieber Institu
Hopkins School of Medicine affiliate establishes prize to honor co-founder
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
of Medicine affiliate establishes prize to honor co-founder The Lieber Institute for Brain Development, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) medical research institute,... Read more
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The Hill
EFF: Controversial copyright law unconstitutionaldigital products that allow people to edit video they have purchased and own. T
EFF: Controversial copyright law unconstitutional
The Hill / Posted yesterday
digital products that allow people to edit video they have purchased and own. The second, Matthew Green, is a professor at Johns Hopkins that does security research on devices – for example, making sure hackers cannot steal customers account... Read more
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KERA North Texas
To Avoid Malaria, Try Sleeping With A Chicken At Your Bedsideactually reduce the number of mosquitoes in the house." "This is pretty cool,"
To Avoid Malaria, Try Sleeping With A Chicken At Your Bedside
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
actually reduce the number of mosquitoes in the house." "This is pretty cool," says Conor McMeniman, a professor at the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute who was not involved with the project. He thinks the study hints at how we might... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
To Avoid Malaria, Try Sleeping With A Chicken At Your Bedsideactually reduce the number of mosquitoes in the house." "This is pretty cool,"
To Avoid Malaria, Try Sleeping With A Chicken At Your Bedside
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
actually reduce the number of mosquitoes in the house." "This is pretty cool," says Conor McMeniman, a professor at the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute who was not involved with the project. He thinks the study hints at how we might... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Proposed rule could curb early recruiting in college lacrossehave a chance to develop and grow and blossom a bit more, and we as coaches wil
Proposed rule could curb early recruiting in college lacrosse
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
have a chance to develop and grow and blossom a bit more, and we as coaches will have more of an opportunity to evaluate," Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala said. "This is a very good step, and I think it would be a positive for all of us. I say... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Study finds doctors do have favorite patientsIt’s true, doctors do have favorite patients. That’s the conclusion of a new st
Study finds doctors do have favorite patients
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
It’s true, doctors do have favorite patients. That’s the conclusion of a new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. That doesn’t mean they play favorites, according to the research, which specifically found... Read more
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Rappler
Looking back: SONA trivia1950 SONA, however, was delivered via radio broadcast aired live before Congres
Looking back: SONA trivia
Rappler / Posted 2 days ago
1950 SONA, however, was delivered via radio broadcast aired live before Congress. During that time, he was confined at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. This made him the first and only Philippine president who was not able... Read more
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iafrica.com
Muscle strain linked to fatigue flare-upsup following mild to moderate strain to muscles and nerves. Researchers from t
Muscle strain linked to fatigue flare-ups
iafrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
up following mild to moderate strain to muscles and nerves. Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, studied 80 people aged between 16 and 55. In total, 60 of the participants were... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Leo James D'Aleo, Baltimore architect, diesconceived a tube-shaped walkway that connected a garage and a cancer treatment
Leo James D'Aleo, Baltimore architect, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
conceived a tube-shaped walkway that connected a garage and a cancer treatment center. On University Parkway, facing the Johns Hopkins University, he designed the Colonnade, a condominium, hotel and restaurant. Other projects included work at... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Charm City Circulator On the Chopping Block Once Againwhether to eliminate the banner route that goes to the Inner Harbor and the Gre
Charm City Circulator On the Chopping Block Once Again
CBS Baltimore / Posted 2 days ago
whether to eliminate the banner route that goes to the Inner Harbor and the Green Route which connects Fells Point to Johns Hopkins hospital. It may also axe the Purple Route’s Northern Extension–cancelling service to Johns Hopkins... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Year Up gives youths a different path to jobsLerman, a fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, which conducts social an
Year Up gives youths a different path to jobs
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Lerman, a fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, which conducts social and economic policy research. MedStar Health, Johns Hopkins, Allegis Group and other employers pay Year Up Baltimore $25,000 per intern, said Roland Selby, the executive... Read more
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Air Force Times
Analysts Predict Rifts in US-Turkey Relationshipmilitary, far less capable of helping us in the anti-ISIL fight,” said Svante C
Analysts Predict Rifts in US-Turkey Relationship
Air Force Times / Posted 2 days ago
military, far less capable of helping us in the anti-ISIL fight,” said Svante Cornell, a Central-Asia scholar at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Aaron Mehta in Washington contributed to this report. Read or Share... Read more
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