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Asian journal
The culture of ‘Sutokil’ under Pres. Rodrigo Duterteheart of the history, literature, theology, and sacred rituals of Judaism, Chri
The culture of ‘Sutokil’ under Pres. Rodrigo Duterte
Asian journal / Posted 7 hours ago
heart of the history, literature, theology, and sacred rituals of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam,” as described in the Rutgers University’s website. Reading about Abraham made me think not to limit myself to just the filter of my Catholic... Read more
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NBC News
How widespread is voter fraud? Not very, study findshas ever been done has concluded: It is not a significant concern." Lorraine M
How widespread is voter fraud? Not very, study finds
NBC News / Posted yesterday
has ever been done has concluded: It is not a significant concern." Lorraine Minnite, a political science professor at Rutgers University-Camden who wrote a book on the phenomenon in 2010 called "The Myth of Voter Fraud," said in an interview... Read more
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Daily Record
Bored? Here are a bunch of things going on in Morris Countyoffice or go to www.ccm.edu/admissions to apply. MORRISTOWN The Morris Museum
Bored? Here are a bunch of things going on in Morris County
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
office or go to www.ccm.edu/admissions to apply. MORRISTOWN The Morris Museum is hosting Indian Drumming with Taalim School at 1 p.m. on Saturday, at the Museum, located at 6 Normandy Heights Road. This program is for all ages. Free with... Read more
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Philly.com
Pa. has more to do on school funding fairnessBy Theodore Arapis Pennsylvania needs to take a crash course in school funding
Pa. has more to do on school funding fairness
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
By Theodore Arapis Pennsylvania needs to take a crash course in school funding fairness. That's one conclusion drawn from the 2016 National Report Card (NRC), which gave the Keystone State a D for its inequitable funding system. Although ranked... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
Detroit Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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Daily Journal
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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Daily Record
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh’s historic Wakefield Barn is for saleand blue ribbons line one wall of the barn. Schilling hadn’t planned to run a
Raleigh’s historic Wakefield Barn is for sale
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
and blue ribbons line one wall of the barn. Schilling hadn’t planned to run a horse stable. She graduated in 1978 from Rutgers University in New Jersey, where she studied political science, art history and business. She and her husband, also a... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
The Arizona Republic / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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York Daily Record
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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USA Today
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID statesnot a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan C
Little evidence of voter fraud in key voter ID states
USA Today / Posted 2 days ago
not a significant problem in the country,” said Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center for Justice and New York University's School of Law. “As the evidence that has come out in some recent court cases and reports and basically every analysis that... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How Jim Harbaugh, 'the Donald Trump of college football,' is upending the sportoversight: He didn’t realize that having Jim Harbaugh there, and inviting Michi
How Jim Harbaugh, 'the Donald Trump of college football,' is upending the sport
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
oversight: He didn’t realize that having Jim Harbaugh there, and inviting Michigan’s football coach to also deliver the school’s commencement address the next day, would spark commotion beyond his imagination. Tumult seems to follow Harbaugh,... Read more
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Philly.com
Grad students who teach, research are employees, NLRB rulesby the National Labor Relations Board. College students who get paid for work
Grad students who teach, research are employees, NLRB rules
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
by the National Labor Relations Board. College students who get paid for work as teaching or research assistants at their schools are considered employees, the NLRB said Tuesday, overturning a previous ruling. Their status as employees allows... Read more
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Daily Record
Fun stuff to do if you live in Morris CountyDivide and Conquer,” from 7-8:30 p.m. today at the library, located at 449 Hals
Fun stuff to do if you live in Morris County
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
Divide and Conquer,” from 7-8:30 p.m. today at the library, located at 449 Halsey Road in Parsippany. Bill Moran, Rutgers Master Gardener, will be the presenter and he will talk ab out when and how to divide your perennial plants to... Read more
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The Atlantic
Could Reviving a Defunct Banking Rule Prevent a Future Crisis?conclusion: We need to resurrect Glass-Steagall. We also need to bust up the bi
Could Reviving a Defunct Banking Rule Prevent a Future Crisis?
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
conclusion: We need to resurrect Glass-Steagall. We also need to bust up the big too-big-to-fail banks. Their platoons of lawyers are already busily rolling back Dodd-Frank. Stephen G. Cecchetti,a professor at Brandeis International Business... Read more
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NBC News
'I'm Latino and I don't speak Spanish: young men talk about identityhe always felt different because he lived in a very white town; he was often bu
'I'm Latino and I don't speak Spanish: young men talk about identity
NBC News / Posted 4 days ago
he always felt different because he lived in a very white town; he was often bullied and ostracized by his classmates in school because of his darker skin color. Taylor's father hated being different from others. Being Hispanic was something... Read more
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Business Wire
Fitch Upgrades Essex County, NJ's GOs to 'AA+'; Assigns 'F1+' to BANsissued by the County of Essex, NJ: --$24,520,000 general improvement bonds, se
Fitch Upgrades Essex County, NJ's GOs to 'AA+'; Assigns 'F1+' to BANs
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
issued by the County of Essex, NJ: --$24,520,000 general improvement bonds, series 2016A; --$80,000,000 county vocational school bonds, series 2016B (New Jersey School Bond Reserve Act); --$1,250,000 county college bonds, series 2016C;... Read more
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Daily Journal
Despite extra aid, poorest NJ districts struggle to show gainsThe 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered
Despite extra aid, poorest NJ districts struggle to show gains
Daily Journal / Posted 7 days ago
The 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered state education aid each year have not narrowed the gap with the rest of the state when it comes to test scores and college attendance, according to a Gannett New Jersey... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Cooked Up After A Hillary Clinton Gaffe, The First Spouse Cookie Battle Is Backwere questions about whether Bill Clinton, who was the governor Arkansas at the
Cooked Up After A Hillary Clinton Gaffe, The First Spouse Cookie Battle Is Back
KERA North Texas / Posted 8 days ago
were questions about whether Bill Clinton, who was the governor Arkansas at the time, had funneled state business into her law firm. When asked about her career in a press gaggle, Clinton responded, "You know I suppose I could have stayed home and... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Cooked Up After A Hillary Clinton Gaffe, The First Spouse Cookie Battle Is Backwere questions about whether Bill Clinton, who was the governor Arkansas at the
Cooked Up After A Hillary Clinton Gaffe, The First Spouse Cookie Battle Is Back
KPBS San Diego / Posted 8 days ago
were questions about whether Bill Clinton, who was the governor Arkansas at the time, had funneled state business into her law firm. When asked about her career in a press gaggle, Clinton responded, "You know I suppose I could have stayed home and... Read more
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Daily Record
N.J.’s school-funding puzzle: Study shows aid isn’t a cure-allThe 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered
N.J.’s school-funding puzzle: Study shows aid isn’t a cure-all
Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
The 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered state education aid each year have not narrowed the gap with the rest of the state when it comes to test scores and college attendance, according to a Record analysis,... Read more
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Newsweek
Inside Hillary Clinton's old girls' networkMuslim, Jewish—as much as their gender and brains. Among the closest longtime f
Inside Hillary Clinton's old girls' network
Newsweek / Posted 11 days ago
Muslim, Jewish—as much as their gender and brains. Among the closest longtime female politicos are ad guru Mandy Grunwald, lawyer Cheryl Mills, former Chief of Staff Maggie Williams and aide Huma Abedin. In addition to the swarm of strategists and... Read more
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Philly.com
A college in NJ created housing for students in drug & alcohol recovery. One person signed up.To help students recovering from substance abuse, the College of New Jersey las
A college in NJ created housing for students in drug & alcohol recovery. One person signed up.
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
To help students recovering from substance abuse, the College of New Jersey last school year set aside substance-free housing exclusively for their use, expecting to create a supportive community. The response was, to put it mildly, weak: Only one... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Despite extra aid, N.J.'s poorest districts show scant gains in some tests; defenders cite progress in other areasThe 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered
Despite extra aid, N.J.'s poorest districts show scant gains in some tests; defenders cite progress in other areas
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
The 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered state education aid each year have not narrowed the gap with the rest of the state when it comes to test scores and college attendance, according to a Record analysis,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Despite extra school aid, N.J.'s poorest districts show little progressThe 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered
Despite extra school aid, N.J.'s poorest districts show little progress
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
The 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered state education aid each year have not narrowed the gap with the rest of the state when it comes to test scores and college attendance, according to a Record analysis,... Read more
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Philly.com
A college in NJ created housing for students in drug & alcohol recovery. One person signed up.To help students recovering from substance abuse, the College of New Jersey las
A college in NJ created housing for students in drug & alcohol recovery. One person signed up.
Philly.com / Posted 12 days ago
To help students recovering from substance abuse, the College of New Jersey last school year set aside substance-free housing exclusively for their use, expecting to create a supportive community. The response was, to put it mildly, weak: Only one... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
N.J.’s school-funding puzzle: Study shows aid isn’t a cure-all, but defenders see progressThe 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered
N.J.’s school-funding puzzle: Study shows aid isn’t a cure-all, but defenders see progress
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
The 31 school districts that receive billions of dollars in extra court-ordered state education aid each year have not narrowed the gap with the rest of the state when it comes to test scores and college attendance, according to a Record analysis,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Nutley introduces program to combat drug abusedo anything that I would perceive as a problem," Lajterman said Monday at the N
Nutley introduces program to combat drug abuse
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 17 days ago
do anything that I would perceive as a problem," Lajterman said Monday at the Nutley Public Affairs Department. "He went to school, went to work, had a girlfriend. They were at my house for dinner every night." Lajterman said that her son's dealer... Read more
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Philly.com
N.J. colleges welcome new law as they work to prevent suicideA new law to help prevent suicide by students at New Jersey colleges brings nee
N.J. colleges welcome new law as they work to prevent suicide
Philly.com / Posted 19 days ago
A new law to help prevent suicide by students at New Jersey colleges brings needed attention to an important campus issue, school administrators said, while also giving them support to expand services. Gov. Christie last week signed into law the... Read more
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The Hill
start showing support for blue livesI've forced myself to follow in his footsteps; pursuing a career of public serv
start showing support for blue lives
The Hill / Posted 19 days ago
I've forced myself to follow in his footsteps; pursuing a career of public service, which is the primary reason I'm in law school at Rutgers in Camden, New Jersey. ADVERTISEMENT Law enforcement officers are members of one of the most... Read more
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Boston Globe
From the stage, timely depictions and perspectives on bullyingthem get their comeuppance has usually been a source of satisfaction for audien
From the stage, timely depictions and perspectives on bullying
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
them get their comeuppance has usually been a source of satisfaction for audiences. Yet behaving like an archetypal high school bully has not seemed, at least until recently, to hurt the 70-year-old man who has been the snarling face of the 2016... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Teaneck native is new N.J. attorney generalappointee left the office. Christie nominated Porrino – a close adviser and pe
Teaneck native is new N.J. attorney general
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 25 days ago
appointee left the office. Christie nominated Porrino – a close adviser and personal friend – to be the state’s top law enforcement officer last month. A former partner at the Roseland law firm Lowenstein Sandler, Porrino was Christie’s... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Move, July 31, 2016energy and commercial plumbing. He is a graduate of Williamsport Area Community
People on the Move, July 31, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
energy and commercial plumbing. He is a graduate of Williamsport Area Community College. Bernard J. Brown, Attorney at Law The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys has recognized the performance of Carbondale-based criminal law... Read more
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Daily Record
Morris Catholic names interim presidentJ. Stickles was at Roselle Catholic Robert J. Stickles has been named the inte
Morris Catholic names interim president
Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
J. Stickles was at Roselle Catholic Robert J. Stickles has been named the interim president of Morris Catholic High School in Denville for the 2016-17 school year. Stickles succeeds Michael St. Pierre who resigned as Morris Catholic’s... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
8 candidates run for Clifton school boardcity history in a number of ways. Allison Proszowski, 18, a graduate this year
8 candidates run for Clifton school board
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 28 days ago
city history in a number of ways. Allison Proszowski, 18, a graduate this year from Clifton High, would be the youngest schools trustee in district history; Fahim Abedrabbo, a former congressional aide, would be the city’s first Muslim elected... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
PARCC test talk upsets Clifton parents745 students - about 7 percent - refused to take the test that year in grades t
PARCC test talk upsets Clifton parents
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 29 days ago
745 students - about 7 percent - refused to take the test that year in grades three through 11, according to Clifton schools' administration. The highest concentration of refusals came from the high school level, according to... Read more

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