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The day FC Dallas coach Oscar Pareja took on drug...
Oscar Pareja was a bright-eyed 21-year-old when the tragic news filtered through. It was the evening of 15 November 1989, and he was heading home after Deportivo Independiente Medellín’s league clash...
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New Illinois bill gives preference to veterans du...
When Chris Ellis got out of the military over 30 years ago he landed a job at Chrysler. But when the recession hit he lost his job. Since then, he's desperately searched for work. "You just hope for...
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Rauner signs bill to allow hiring preference for ...
Gov. Bruce Rauner signed the Veterans Preference in Private Employment Act into law on Tuesday. The measure allows private employers to voluntarily adopt hiring policies that give preference to those...
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Valley Radiation Oncology participating in Nation...
Valley Radiation Oncology is part of Vantage Oncology LLC, a leading national provider of radiation oncology services and integrated cancer care, which operates more than 50 treatment facilities in 14...
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Pushing for voter input on big issues is brillian...
It’s no secret that the Legislature’s dominant Democrats want to make it more difficult to place initiative measures on the statewide ballot. They say they just want to reduce ballot clutter and...
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Trouble in the Skies
FOX Business' "Trouble in the Skies," a six month investigation of the FAA’s new hiring practices, uncovered changes that may put the nation’s flying public at risk as well as allegations that the...
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Defense bill hits pay and job security of Pentago...
The National Defense Authorization Act is a massive piece of legislation, outlining more than $600 billion in Pentagon spending. The almost 1,000 pages deal with topics ranging from aircraft purchases...
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How a bunch of government space geeks at NASA won...
How a bunch of government space geeks at NASA won the internet - Quartz the worlds wide webHow a bunch of government space geeks at NASA won the internet The famous "space selfie" taken by NASA...
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More ways Ohio's $71 billion-plus budget might af...
COLUMBUS -- Monday we started with how the state's new two-year spending plan affects Ohioans. The new biennial budget includes provisions to boost the state's rainy day fund to about $2 billion,...
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South Whitehall hires two police officers
South Whitehall Township commissioners have approved the hiring of two police officers to replace two set to retire later this year. Colin D. Beaumont, 25, and Tyler J. Doherty, 23, were made...
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What's new since new laws took effect
Indiana’s new laws just took effect July 1, and on this week’s edition of IN Focus, we’re taking a closer look at some of those laws, and the impact they’ve already had in the Hoosier...
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Was the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015 Less Divided o...
At this time last year, the Supreme Court seemed to me a mirror of America, hopelessly polarized along party lines. High-profile decisions in campaign finance, contraceptive coverage and...
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