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The Janesville Gazette
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
The Janesville Gazette / Posted 2 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KHQ Spokane / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WQOW Eau Claire
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WQOW Eau Claire / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KTVN Reno / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
Hawaii News Now / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WALB Albany
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WALB Albany / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WGEM Quincy / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KXXV Waco / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
KWWL Iowa / Posted 3 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 4 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
Dayton Daily News / Posted 4 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Survey: Mayors view climate change as pressing urban issueor even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executive
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 4 hours ago
or even hurt their cities financially. The annual survey of big-city executives, slated for release on Tuesday by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, also reflected the nation's sharp political divide. Ninety-five percent of Democratic... Read more
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Daily Mail
Did NBC dump Bob Costas from Super Bowl for concussion talk?when NBC announced its on-air team for Super Bowl LII on Monday, Costas was now
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
when NBC announced its on-air team for Super Bowl LII on Monday, Costas was nowhere to be seen Research by the Boston University CTE Center revealed 110 out of 111 deceased former NFL players whose brains were studied were found to have... Read more
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Boston Herald
Kalter: Another Rob Gronkowski concussion could be dangerousand those are the ones to be very concerned about,” said Dr. Lee E. Goldstein,
Boston Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
and those are the ones to be very concerned about,” said Dr. Lee E. Goldstein, neurologist and associate professor at the Boston University School of Medicine. “It can take weeks, a month or much longer to heal.” Goldstein said he cannot comment... Read more
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asianage
Does marijuana use lower chances of getting pregnant?Findings of a recent study suggest marijuana use does not lower a couple's chan
asianage / Posted 5 hours ago
Findings of a recent study suggest marijuana use does not lower a couple's chances of getting pregnant. It was led by Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) researchers. The study was the first to evaluate the link between fecund... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Here's how marijuana affects your fertilityFindings of a recent study suggest marijuana use does not lower a couple's chan
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
Findings of a recent study suggest marijuana use does not lower a couple's chances of getting pregnant. It was led by Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) researchers. The study was the first to evaluate the link between fecund... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Connecticut players starring for Division I teams across the nationjunior, is averaging 17.4 points per game at Long Island University. And Walter
The Register Citizen / Posted 7 hours ago
junior, is averaging 17.4 points per game at Long Island University. And Walter Whyte is scoring 7.9 per game as a frosh at Boston University. Pemberton, of Middletown, is averaging 15.2 per game at Hofstra. Vann, of Bridgeport, scores at a 10.6... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Connecticut players starring for Division I teams across the nationjunior, is averaging 17.4 points per game at Long Island University. And Walter
The Middletown Press / Posted 8 hours ago
junior, is averaging 17.4 points per game at Long Island University. And Walter Whyte is scoring 7.9 per game as a frosh at Boston University. Pemberton, of Middletown, is averaging 15.2 per game at Hofstra. Vann, of Bridgeport, scores at a 10.6... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Medical field plays catch-up with trans kidsrecognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshu
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 10 hours ago
recognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshua Safer, an endocrinologist at Boston University School of Medicine who was also instrumental in revising the guidelines. "There are kids with a clear... Read more
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Boston Globe
Amid Aziz Ansari accusations, singles say these are scary times to be datingmen don’t feel they have it so good. Sitting with friends a few tables away fr
Boston Globe / Posted 11 hours ago
men don’t feel they have it so good. Sitting with friends a few tables away from Angelina, Adam, 24, a graduate student at Boston University, said these are scary times to be dating. “With social media, everything is in the public eye,” he... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Bruins: McAvoy has abnormal heart rhythm, will be out 2 weeksMcAvoy, a first-round draft choice (No. 14 overall) in 2016 who joined the Brui
The Providence Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
McAvoy, a first-round draft choice (No. 14 overall) in 2016 who joined the Bruins last spring after his second season at Boston University, leads the team’s defensemen with 25 points (5 goals, 20 assists), and ranks second to defense partner... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Medical field plays catch-up with trans kidsrecognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshu
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
recognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshua Safer, an endocrinologist at Boston University School of Medicine who was also instrumental in revising the guidelines. "There are kids with a clear... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Medical field plays catch-up with trans kidsrecognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshu
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 hours ago
recognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshua Safer, an endocrinologist at Boston University School of Medicine who was also instrumental in revising the guidelines. "There are kids with a clear... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Medical field plays catch-up with trans kidsrecognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshu
Greenwich Time / Posted 12 hours ago
recognized that there's no biological logic to a cutoff of 16," explained Joshua Safer, an endocrinologist at Boston University School of Medicine who was also instrumental in revising the guidelines. "There are kids with a clear... Read more
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