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2014/10/25 16:05
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In 1347 CE the Black Death -- known as the Black Plague -- struck Europe. It swept across the continent, eventually killing more than 20 million people -- one-third of the population. The Plague was...
2014/10/25 16:05
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2014/10/24 19:01
2014/10/24 19:01
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Three episodes into this fifth and final season of “Boardwalk Empire,” the very real Joseph Kennedy intersperses a business conversation with the semi-fictional Atlantic City bootlegging boss Nucky...
2014/10/24 18:38
2014/10/24 18:38
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Editor's Note: David Gruber is one of National Geographic's 2014 Emerging Explorers, a program that honors tomorrow's visionaries—those making discoveries, making a difference, and inspiring people to...
2014/10/24 03:20
2014/10/24 03:20
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It takes a lot of taxpayer dollars to subsidize a culture. American taxpayers are spending tens of millions of dollars this year funding National Endowment for the Humanities grants that, among other...
2014/10/22 18:00
2014/10/22 18:00
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In "Constantine," which debuts Friday on NBC, Matt Ryan plays the title character, an occult detective who wields hellfire to battle supernatural forces in a seemingly doomed effort to save his soul –...
2014/10/21 12:13
2014/10/21 12:13
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Thanks to the Deputy Prime Minister’s burst of generosity, new civil service fathers will be able to take six months off on full pay, followed by another six weeks’ at 90 per cent of full salary — the...
2014/10/21 11:13
2014/10/21 11:13
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Al desko dining is an inescapable part of London life but this easy habit can have far-reaching consequences. People who eat at their desk or in a staff canteen are more likely to be obese than those...
2014/10/20 10:29
2014/10/20 10:29
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Metropolitan Opera Braces for 'Klinghoffer' ProtestsAngry Rally, Wheelchairs and Rudy Giuliani Greet Debut (Reuters) — New York’s Metropolitan Opera is bracing for its most tumultuous opening in...
2014/10/20 07:41
2014/10/20 07:41
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Allen Forte, a former music theory professor at Yale and an internationally renowned leader in the field, died in his Connecticut home on Thursday morning. He was 87. Forte was the Battell Professor...
2014/10/20 05:34
2014/10/20 05:34
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TOM MOMBERG, Staff Writer BENNINGTON -- Sculpture artist Willard Boepple spoke to guests Saturday about his work at the Bennington Museum, which has unveiled an installation of a collection of his...
2014/10/20 05:00
2014/10/20 05:00
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GW is set to put the Federal Reserve under a microscope as it prepares to launch its second massive open online course as soon as this spring. The free class will open to the public even as experts...
2014/10/20 00:33
2014/10/20 00:33
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At the height of his popularity, Ned Regan – urbane, charming and able to captivate a room immediately upon entering – was always considered a potential Republican candidate for governor. At one...
2014/10/19 20:12
2014/10/19 20:12
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New York’s Metropolitan Opera is bracing for its most tumultuous opening in decades on Monday, as protesters get ready to picket The Death of Klinghoffer, the John Adams opera about the 1985 hijacking...
2014/10/19 08:31
2014/10/19 08:31
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Brian T. Kelly, CPA & Associates Thomas Burke, C.P.A., joined the firm as a senior manager. Mr. Burke will join Brad Murray, C.P.A., and Maureen Kelly, C.P.A., in the firm’s Honesdale office in the...
2014/10/19 00:42
2014/10/19 00:42
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Authors say single-payer reform could save $150 billion annually on hospital overhead A study of hospital administrative costs in eight nations published in the September issue of Health Affairs...
2014/10/17 12:09
2014/10/17 12:09
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As anti-government protests escalated in Ukraine in February, activists took to Facebook and Twitter to popularize a name for the revolutionary movement. They called it "Euromaidan," after the...
2014/10/17 10:39
2014/10/17 10:39
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The battle between Gypsies, Travellers and the settled community over how land can be used has moved to the Green Belt, observes Peter Kabachnik of the City University of New York. Writing in the...
2014/10/16 08:15
2014/10/16 08:15
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ANALYSIS: There's something bewitching about Brooklyn's Pathways in Technology Early College High School. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was impressed by the Pathways in Technology Early College High...
2014/10/15 21:38
2014/10/15 21:38
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Consumers purchase well-made products irrespective of a country's reputation, says a study. The study questioned the assumption that positive feelings toward a country should lead consumers to like...
2014/10/15 19:00
2014/10/15 19:00
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Michael Keaton hasn't won an Oscar – he’s never even been nominated – and his days as a big box office draw are two decades in the Gotham City wind. But he stands undefeated as a pivotal figure in...
2014/10/25 16:05
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