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Houston Chronicle
A massive dildo protest is about to erupt on the University of Texas campusburning American flags, and even flaming crosses of the type used by the KKK,"
A massive dildo protest is about to erupt on the University of Texas campus
Houston Chronicle / Posted 13 minutes ago
burning American flags, and even flaming crosses of the type used by the KKK," a law school professor from George Washington University wrote on HoustonChronicle.com in November. "Other courts have upheld the right of women to bare their... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A massive dildo protest is about to erupt on the University of Texas campusburning American flags, and even flaming crosses of the type used by the KKK,"
A massive dildo protest is about to erupt on the University of Texas campus
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 39 minutes ago
burning American flags, and even flaming crosses of the type used by the KKK," a law school professor from George Washington University wrote on HoustonChronicle.com in November. "Other courts have upheld the right of women to bare their... Read more
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CNN
Meet Huma Abedin: Hillary Clinton's right-hand womanAbedin has been in Clinton's orbit since 1996, when she got a White House inter
Meet Huma Abedin: Hillary Clinton's right-hand woman
CNN / Posted 2 hours ago
Abedin has been in Clinton's orbit since 1996, when she got a White House internship as a student at George Washington University. She has said she was hoping for a job in the press office, aspiring to be a journalist like her role model, Christiane... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Transient dose of rapamycin in middle age can increase life expectancy, improve measures of healthy agingwhat its mechanisms of action are in promoting healthy aging, and ways to avoid
Transient dose of rapamycin in middle age can increase life expectancy, improve measures of healthy aging
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 hours ago
what its mechanisms of action are in promoting healthy aging, and ways to avoid serious side effects. Scientists at the University of Washington, University of Missouri, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center explored some of these... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Millsaps looks to Fan The Flame in 201631st: BYE WEEK October 8th 1:00pm: at Centre October 15th 1:00pm: vs. Birming
Millsaps looks to Fan The Flame in 2016
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 12 hours ago
31st: BYE WEEK October 8th 1:00pm: at Centre October 15th 1:00pm: vs. Birmingham Southern October 22nd 2:00pm: vs. Washington University St. Louis (HOMECOMING) October 29th 1:00pm: at Berry November 5th 1:00pm: at Sewanee November 12th... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Berkeley's Soda Tax Appears To Cut Consumption Of Sugary Drinkswhether this finding holds up." "This isn't the final answer," says Michael Lo
Berkeley's Soda Tax Appears To Cut Consumption Of Sugary Drinks
KERA North Texas / Posted 12 hours ago
whether this finding holds up." "This isn't the final answer," says Michael Long, a professor of public health at George Washington University, "but it is consistent with what we know about how people respond to prices. This definitely adds a lot... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Business Subsidies, Funding Aimed At Adding New Jobsof Texas Austin Professor Nate Jensen studies firm-level incentives. Jensen, wh
Business Subsidies, Funding Aimed At Adding New Jobs
Hartford Courant / Posted 13 hours ago
of Texas Austin Professor Nate Jensen studies firm-level incentives. Jensen, whose Ph.D. is from Yale, worked at Washington University in Missouri for a dozen years. He said one of the difficulties in evaluating the cost effectiveness of... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Berkeley's Soda Tax Appears To Cut Consumption Of Sugary Drinkswhether this finding holds up." "This isn't the final answer," says Michael Lo
Berkeley's Soda Tax Appears To Cut Consumption Of Sugary Drinks
KPBS San Diego / Posted 13 hours ago
whether this finding holds up." "This isn't the final answer," says Michael Long, a professor of public health at George Washington University, "but it is consistent with what we know about how people respond to prices. This definitely adds a lot... Read more
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The Washington Times
Hillary Clinton ducks press and voters, hangs with Justin Timberlake, Cher at fundraisersthings that matter, and the thing that matters is fundraising,” said Lara Brown
Hillary Clinton ducks press and voters, hangs with Justin Timberlake, Cher at fundraisers
The Washington Times / Posted 13 hours ago
things that matter, and the thing that matters is fundraising,” said Lara Brown, a political science professor at George Washington University. “It’s appropriate not to be trying to capture the limelight right now. To a certain degree, it is... Read more
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Langley Times
Soccer club receives $100,000 grantdirector Mark Parker. Hannesson, who is from Langley, returns to where she beg
Soccer club receives $100,000 grant
Langley Times / Posted 14 hours ago
director Mark Parker. Hannesson, who is from Langley, returns to where she began playing soccer. She attended Eastern Washington University on scholarship and was the Eagles’ captain for her final three seasons. Hannesson most recently worked... Read more
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Slate
The Leavenworth Inmate Spying Scandal Is Intensely Troublingof itself would violate attorney-client privilege, she contends. Peter Joy, wh
The Leavenworth Inmate Spying Scandal Is Intensely Troubling
Slate / Posted 16 hours ago
of itself would violate attorney-client privilege, she contends. Peter Joy, who teaches criminal law and legal ethics at Washington University in St. Louis, says that for constitutional purposes it wouldn’t matter that the video recordings may... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Scientists Study Fruit Flies for Secret to Good Sleepthe impact of sleep on insomniac fruit flies to see how they can help humans.
Scientists Study Fruit Flies for Secret to Good Sleep
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 16 hours ago
the impact of sleep on insomniac fruit flies to see how they can help humans. Neurobiologist Paul Shaw, Ph.D., from Washington University in St. Louis, says of all animals, Shaw says fruit fly genes are easy to manipulate. "I can take a... Read more
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redOrbit
Major T. Rex fossil uncovered with intact 2,500 pound skulllong and 15 to 20-feet tall, T. rex was a fierce predator and evidence indicate
Major T. Rex fossil uncovered with intact 2,500 pound skull
redOrbit / Posted 20 hours ago
long and 15 to 20-feet tall, T. rex was a fierce predator and evidence indicates it ate other dinosaurs like the famed Triceratops, with crushed bones from the creatures appearing in the its fossilized feces. Image credit: Washington U... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Did Hillary Clinton pay women less than men?PolitiFact gives Day's claim a MOSTLY FALSE rating on the Truth-O-Meter. SOURC
Did Hillary Clinton pay women less than men?
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 20 hours ago
PolitiFact gives Day's claim a MOSTLY FALSE rating on the Truth-O-Meter. SOURCES: Interview, Tara Sinclair, George Washington University, May 21, 2014 Interview, Norman Ornstein, American Enterprise Institute scholar, May 20,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
5 Things You Can Do At Home To Improve Your Life At Workto work." It can also help to have a happiness check-in, adds Tim Bono, who le
5 Things You Can Do At Home To Improve Your Life At Work
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 22 hours ago
to work." It can also help to have a happiness check-in, adds Tim Bono, who lectures on the psychology of happiness at Washington University in St. Louis. "Take time every so often to remind yourself of what’s going well," he says,... Read more
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Newsweek
What happens if a nuclear warhead goes off by accident?at the local mall. “This powerful film,” says Janne Nolan, chairwoman of the N
What happens if a nuclear warhead goes off by accident?
Newsweek / Posted 22 hours ago
at the local mall. “This powerful film,” says Janne Nolan, chairwoman of the Nuclear Security Working Group at George Washington University, “is bound to spark a sobering and long-overdue national conversation about the costs and risks of... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Heart risk and menopausedisease and stroke increased after menopause, but new research suggests it happ
Heart risk and menopause
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted yesterday
disease and stroke increased after menopause, but new research suggests it happens much earlier. Dr. Kathryn Lindley, a Washington University cardiologist with Barnes Jewish Hospital, visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to discuss this new... Read more
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The Forward
EXCLUSIVE: Does Aid to Palestinians Subsidize the Families of Terrorists?such payments, Palestinian officials are unlikely to roll them back, said Natha
EXCLUSIVE: Does Aid to Palestinians Subsidize the Families of Terrorists?
The Forward / Posted yesterday
such payments, Palestinian officials are unlikely to roll them back, said Nathan Brown, a political scientist at The George Washington University and an expert on internal Palestinian issues. “Payments to prisoners are universally supported among... Read more
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The Forward
EXCLUSIVE: Does Aid to Israel Subsidize the Families of Palestinian Terrorists?such payments, Palestinian officials are unlikely to roll them back, said Natha
EXCLUSIVE: Does Aid to Israel Subsidize the Families of Palestinian Terrorists?
The Forward / Posted yesterday
such payments, Palestinian officials are unlikely to roll them back, said Nathan Brown, a political scientist at The George Washington University and an expert on internal Palestinian issues. “Payments to prisoners are universally supported among... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Should the UN Surrender Over Peacekeeping?near the PoC sites - and at worst, it cannot protect civilians in the PoC sites
Should the UN Surrender Over Peacekeeping?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
near the PoC sites - and at worst, it cannot protect civilians in the PoC sites," said Paul Williams, professor at George Washington University and expert in international peace operations. "This is a very hard ask of troop or police contributing... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Baby panda becomes diplomat in US-China relationsreferring to Bei Bei as his "other baby" he came to see in the District of Colu
Baby panda becomes diplomat in US-China relations
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
referring to Bei Bei as his "other baby" he came to see in the District of Columbia - not just his son attending George Washington University. After a while, however, Bei Bei's mother, Mei Xiang, decided to devour her son's frozen birthday... Read more
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Breitbart
Ann Coulter on ‘In Trump We Trust’for a full hour by New York Times bestselling author Ann Coulter. Public Inter
Ann Coulter on ‘In Trump We Trust’
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
for a full hour by New York Times bestselling author Ann Coulter. Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf of George Washington University Law School will discuss the public’s legitimate concerns about a “rigged” voting system. Breitbart’s... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
UMaine at Machias again among most LGBTQ-friendly campuses in nationPortland State and Southern Oregon University are two of the most LGBTQ-friendl
UMaine at Machias again among most LGBTQ-friendly campuses in nation
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
Portland State and Southern Oregon University are two of the most LGBTQ-friendly campuses in the nation, according to an annual list released Monday. The Oregon universities ranked in the top 30 of the Campus Pride Index, which has recognized... Read more
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Breitbart
NYPost: Huma Abedin Denies Active Role as Editor of Radical Muslim Journalanti-feminist views and backed strict Islamic laws roundly criticized for oppre
NYPost: Huma Abedin Denies Active Role as Editor of Radical Muslim Journal
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
anti-feminist views and backed strict Islamic laws roundly criticized for oppressing women. A journalism major at George Washington University, Abedin, 40, was listed as “assistant editor” of the journal from 1996 to 2008, when her name was... Read more
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Business Insider
Elite colleges are ditching a major admissions requirementnews comes on the heels of similar pushes to drop the regular SAT and ACT exams
Elite colleges are ditching a major admissions requirement
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
news comes on the heels of similar pushes to drop the regular SAT and ACT exams from college admissions. Last year, George Washington University — with 10,000 undergraduates and 25,000 total students — became the largest private university in the... Read more
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New Now Next
The 30 Most LGBT-Friendly College Campuses In AmericaNew York, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Atlanta, Vancouver and St. Louis. The top 30
The 30 Most LGBT-Friendly College Campuses In America
New Now Next / Posted yesterday
New York, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Atlanta, Vancouver and St. Louis. The top 30 schools in alphabetical order are: Cornell University Elon University Harvey Mudd College Hobart and William Smith Colleges Indiana University, Bloomington Ithaca... Read more
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The Daily Record
David Florinand Connecticut and a graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamto
David Florin
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
and Connecticut and a graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton and the National Law Center, The George Washington University. Information in Movers and Shakers is provided by the submitter. To submit a Movers and Shakers item,... Read more
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DW
China's confusing media ties with Australia |global concerns (just the opposite of Australia's view of China)," Professor Da
China's confusing media ties with Australia |
DW / Posted yesterday
global concerns (just the opposite of Australia's view of China)," Professor David Shambaugh, a China expert with George Washington University, told DW. Indeed, Peter Cai notes that China's efforts to push its message have a lot more money and... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The 50 best colleges in Americaor were enrolled in graduate school. For those who entered the workforce, emplo
The 50 best colleges in America
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
or were enrolled in graduate school. For those who entered the workforce, employers included companies such as General Electric, Amazon, and The New York Times. 48. George Washington UniversityThe George Washington University/Facebook ... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The 50 best colleges in Americaor were enrolled in graduate school. For those who entered the workforce, emplo
The 50 best colleges in America
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
or were enrolled in graduate school. For those who entered the workforce, employers included companies such as General Electric, Amazon, and The New York Times. 48. George Washington UniversityThe George Washington University/Facebook ... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The 50 best colleges in Americaor were enrolled in graduate school. For those who entered the workforce, emplo
The 50 best colleges in America
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
or were enrolled in graduate school. For those who entered the workforce, employers included companies such as General Electric, Amazon, and The New York Times. 48. George Washington UniversityThe George Washington University/Facebook ... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Buying High vs. Bargain Hunting, The Dance Between Buyers and Sellersthey offer sales or discounts, or keep their product prices at a high margin?
Buying High vs. Bargain Hunting, The Dance Between Buyers and Sellers
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted yesterday
they offer sales or discounts, or keep their product prices at a high margin? New research from Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis presents a new framework that might make it a bit easier for businesses as they navigate... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Baby panda becomes diplomat in US-China relationsreferring to Bei Bei as his "other baby" he came to see in the District of Colu
Baby panda becomes diplomat in US-China relations
Houston Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
referring to Bei Bei as his "other baby" he came to see in the District of Columbia - not just his son attending George Washington University. After a while, however, Bei Bei's mother, Mei Xiang, decided to devour her son's frozen birthday... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Baby panda becomes diplomat in US-China relationsreferring to Bei Bei as his "other baby" he came to see in the District of Colu
Baby panda becomes diplomat in US-China relations
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
referring to Bei Bei as his "other baby" he came to see in the District of Columbia - not just his son attending George Washington University. After a while, however, Bei Bei's mother, Mei Xiang, decided to devour her son's frozen birthday... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Greitens' work 'in Bosnia' was mainly in Croatiaa stronger sense "that there must have been something heroic going on," said Wa
Greitens' work 'in Bosnia' was mainly in Croatia
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
a stronger sense "that there must have been something heroic going on," said Wayne Fields, a retired English professor from Washington University in St. Louis whose expertise is in political rhetoric. About 100,000 people were killed in Bosnia... Read more
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Japan Update
George Washington Colonials smash Golden Kings 82-56Ryukyu Golden Kings faced George Washington University Colonials in Sunday frie
George Washington Colonials smash Golden Kings 82-56
Japan Update / Posted 2 days ago
Ryukyu Golden Kings faced George Washington University Colonials in Sunday friendship game that was also the first test for the new Kings team. The George Washington University Basketball team, the Colonials, visited Japan to play a series of... Read more
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New York Post
Huma Abedin denies active role at radical Muslim journalanti-feminist views and backed strict Islamic laws roundly criticized for oppre
Huma Abedin denies active role at radical Muslim journal
New York Post / Posted 2 days ago
anti-feminist views and backed strict Islamic laws roundly criticized for oppressing women. A journalism major at George Washington University, Abedin, 40, was listed as “assistant editor” of the journal from 1996 to 2008, when her name was... Read more
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CBS News
The Slave Shiphis slave ship he would need Steve Lubkemann, co-founder of the Slave Wrecks Pr
The Slave Ship
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
his slave ship he would need Steve Lubkemann, co-founder of the Slave Wrecks Project. He’s an anthropologist from George Washington University, who believes that slavery is the greatest story in maritime archaeology. “I think all Americans need... Read more
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Daily Mail
Huma Abedin worked at a radical Muslim journalchild of two academics. Her father was born in New Delhi, India, while her moth
Huma Abedin worked at a radical Muslim journal
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
child of two academics. Her father was born in New Delhi, India, while her mother was from Pakistan. She attended George Washington University and was a board member of a Muslim students association. The Clinton campaign didn't respond to a... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: The FAA, reverse discriminationof Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of
Hamilton: The FAA, reverse discrimination
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, the Army Language School, the George Washington University, the Infantry School, the U.S Naval War College, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard Univer... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Governor nominee's work 'in Bosnia' was mainly in Croatiaa stronger sense "that there must have been something heroic going on," said Wa
Governor nominee's work 'in Bosnia' was mainly in Croatia
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
a stronger sense "that there must have been something heroic going on," said Wayne Fields, a retired English professor from Washington University in St. Louis whose expertise is in political rhetoric. About 100,000 people were killed in Bosnia... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Government and flossingto search for it. Recent studies from New York University Dental School, Tufts
Government and flossing
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
to search for it. Recent studies from New York University Dental School, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, and Washington University School of Dentistry, just to name a few, give us a clear picture of what can happen when people do not... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
‘Good Samaritan’ 911 law could help save lives88 percent indicated they'd be more likely to call 911 now that they were aware
‘Good Samaritan’ 911 law could help save lives
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 3 days ago
88 percent indicated they'd be more likely to call 911 now that they were aware of the law, according to a study done by Washington University in 2011. Increased awareness of the 2015 law in West Virginia could encourage a faster response to... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
White was a sports aficionado, former sailor and Wildcats wide receivertechnician school in Portsmouth, Virginia, his brother said. Wanting to further
White was a sports aficionado, former sailor and Wildcats wide receiver
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 days ago
technician school in Portsmouth, Virginia, his brother said. Wanting to further his training, White took classes at George Washington University in the District of Columbia. He worked hard to make it on the dean’s list, his brother said. “I went... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
For Trump and Lochte, the delicate politics of contritionthe classic form required of an apology." These days, laments Wayne Fields, a
For Trump and Lochte, the delicate politics of contrition
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
the classic form required of an apology." These days, laments Wayne Fields, a professor who studies political rhetoric at Washington University in St. Louis, popular culture is churning out apologies "that really suggest the problem is with you —... Read more
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Business Standard India
Osteoporosis may soon have a new treatmentto market the drug. Osteoporosis is not one disease, and no one treatment will
Osteoporosis may soon have a new treatment
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
to market the drug. Osteoporosis is not one disease, and no one treatment will work for everyone, Teitelbaum said. At Washington University and other leading medical centres with a major focus on osteoporosis, doctors perform bone biopsies to... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
2016 general election debate schedulepresidential debate will be divided into nine 10-minute segments. Second presi
2016 general election debate schedule
The Arizona Republic / Posted 3 days ago
presidential debate will be divided into nine 10-minute segments. Second presidential debate: Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, at Washington University in St. Louis The second presidential debate will be a town meeting, where half of the questions will... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Trump and Lochte: How not to apologisethe classic form required of an apology." These days, laments Wayne Fields, a
Trump and Lochte: How not to apologise
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
the classic form required of an apology." These days, laments Wayne Fields, a professor who studies political rhetoric at Washington University in St. Louis, popular culture is churning out apologies "that really suggest the problem is with you --... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Donald Trump, Ryan Lochte and the politics of contritionthe classic form required of an apology.'' These days, laments Wayne Fields, a
Donald Trump, Ryan Lochte and the politics of contrition
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 days ago
the classic form required of an apology.'' These days, laments Wayne Fields, a professor who studies political rhetoric at Washington University in St. Louis, popular culture is churning out apologies ''that really suggest the problem is with you -... Read more
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Boston Herald
Governor nominee's work 'in Bosnia' was mainly in Croatiaa stronger sense "that there must have been something heroic going on," said Wa
Governor nominee's work 'in Bosnia' was mainly in Croatia
Boston Herald / Posted 3 days ago
a stronger sense "that there must have been something heroic going on," said Wayne Fields, a retired English professor from Washington University in St. Louis whose expertise is in political rhetoric. About 100,000 people were killed in Bosnia... Read more
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