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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Bills alumni react to Trump's NFL remarksrunning back LeSean McCoy didn't hold back his feelings Saturday morning about
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 2 hours ago
running back LeSean McCoy didn't hold back his feelings Saturday morning about Trump's remarks. It's really sad man ... our president is a asshole Whether it's a tweet, or kneeling on the field, or putting an arm in the air, overwhelmingly,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
SHARE programs spotlight siblingsacross the country an opportunity to learn about Sibshop. “It’s really kind of
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 hours ago
across the country an opportunity to learn about Sibshop. “It’s really kind of humbling that people would come from out of state to a training that we provided out here in Midland, in West Texas,” Jones said. “It tells me that we’re doing something... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
The growing importance of China studies with Singapore characteristicsSingaporeans know more about China today than compared with a decade ago, their
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 hours ago
Singaporeans know more about China today than compared with a decade ago, their knowledge, gleaned from disparate online sources and acquired out-of-context, is often shallow and detached from geopolitical complexities. This is evident from how... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
John Leopold: Needles found in parks present a public health crisis for the countyOur community faces a crisis of opioid addiction that effects both public healt
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 5 hours ago
Our community faces a crisis of opioid addiction that effects both public health and public safety. With reportedly enough opioid prescriptions in our county to allow every resident enough opioids for daily treatment for a six-week period, this... Read more
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The Indian Express
UP villagers without toilets told to carry spades, cover it uphave been asking people in villages to carry spades when they defecate in the o
The Indian Express / Posted 6 hours ago
have been asking people in villages to carry spades when they defecate in the open, dig some earth and cover up (Source: Express Photo/Vishal Srivastav) At 6 pm, they are ready to go — crinkly plastic bottles filled with water in one... Read more
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The Morning Call
In the Valley, I-78 is 'Tobacco Road'payday for Mai, a freshly minted graduate of Queens College with a degree in ac
The Morning Call / Posted 10 hours ago
payday for Mai, a freshly minted graduate of Queens College with a degree in actuarial science, would be $2,400 for the 12-hour round trip. For someone with his degree — which prepares him to quantify the risks insurance companies face in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Concordia Lutheran happy to have laurels, will not rest on themthis summer. The Henderson Cup seeks to highlight well-rounded programs and sch
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 hours ago
this summer. The Henderson Cup seeks to highlight well-rounded programs and schools, awarding points to playoff winners and state champions in both athletics and fine arts ("To win it all reflects an all-around good program," said TAPPS Associate... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Deaths point to crisis in NC's child welfare systemyoung brothers was filthy and unsafe, according to whoever reported the family
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
young brothers was filthy and unsafe, according to whoever reported the family to the Department of Social Services. The source also said the children's parents weren't supervising them. Little was done. Within three days after the second report... Read more
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The Star
Deaths point to crisis in NC's child welfare systemyoung brothers was filthy and unsafe, according to whoever reported the family
The Star / Posted 11 hours ago
young brothers was filthy and unsafe, according to whoever reported the family to the Department of Social Services. The source also said the children's parents weren't supervising them. Little was done. Within three days after the second report... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Public school financing must changeWith the increasing federal drumbeat to spend a trillion dollars rebuilding our
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 12 hours ago
With the increasing federal drumbeat to spend a trillion dollars rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure through public-private partnerships, public school districts should seize the same opportunity. Since the public sector often is criticized for... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
School funding plan called a 'slap in the face' for Lansdowneadvocate for a new Lansdowne High School called it a “slap in the face.” “We’v
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
advocate for a new Lansdowne High School called it a “slap in the face.” “We’ve been asking for years to help us, to help our high schools,” said Dayana Bergman, whose son will be a freshman at Lansdowne next year. “Yes, you added to areas that... Read more
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The Borneo Post
A splendid show of harmonythe warm-up session. KUCHING: More than 4,000 people from all faiths took part
The Borneo Post / Posted 12 hours ago
the warm-up session. KUCHING: More than 4,000 people from all faiths took part in the Harmony Walk 2017 themed ‘Unity is our Calling’, starting and ending in front of the Sarawak Islamic Complex (SIC), yesterday. The 5km walk saw participants... Read more
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The News & Observer
Teachers and students shouldn’t have to panhandle for school suppliesforced to ask parents and teachers to pay for basic supplies which should be in
The News & Observer / Posted 15 hours ago
forced to ask parents and teachers to pay for basic supplies which should be included in the state budget. The burden to educate our state’s next generation is falling increasingly on those who cannot afford it. Not every school is fortunate... Read more
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The Hill
Years after America's financial crash, we can't afford to forgetA decade ago, the worldwide financial crisis began wreaking havoc on the Americ
The Hill / Posted 18 hours ago
A decade ago, the worldwide financial crisis began wreaking havoc on the American economy. Over the course of the crisis many workers lost not only their jobs, but also their savings. By the end of the Great Recession unemployment had topped out at... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Of crickets, bugs and driverless carsTHE year is 2027. You walk out the front door and hop in a car that can drive
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 hours ago
THE year is 2027. You walk out the front door and hop in a car that can drive itself. Your children are at school being taught analytical thinking and problem solving because no one has any idea what the jobs for their future look like. At lunch... Read more
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News.com.au
Of crickets, bugs and driverless carsWhy Your Next Car May Look Like a Living Room With driverless cars moving clos
News.com.au / Posted 20 hours ago
Why Your Next Car May Look Like a Living Room With driverless cars moving closer to reality, car makers and designers are imagining a future where car interiors look more like a high-tech living room. Photo: Morgan Anderson/Yanfeng You walk out the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Sushma’s UNGA speech today: Here’s what she said on Pakistan, climate change last yearsaid in her address at the 71st UNGA in New York last year. Here are excerpts f
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 22 hours ago
said in her address at the 71st UNGA in New York last year. Here are excerpts from her 2016 speech: “The true challenge of our time is to end the curse of harsh poverty that still lurks in so many corners of our world; to ensure that the fruits of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
60 years laterattending the all-white Central High School in Little Rock. The photographs fro
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 hours ago
attending the all-white Central High School in Little Rock. The photographs from that day immortalize an ugly chapter in our state's history when Arkansas used its National Guard to thwart the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Brown v. Board of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
On the Record: Janice Koh, former NMP and actressthink we've evolved very much on the regulation and censorship front. I think t
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
think we've evolved very much on the regulation and censorship front. I think that we have evolved in terms of providing resources and funding for the arts and it continues to be fairly stable and hopefully growing, but in terms of freedom of... Read more
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The Indian Express
Rohingya refugee tide India’s challenge too: Bangladeshrunning along the road. No chicken was slaughtered to celebrate the birth of a
The Indian Express / Posted yesterday
running along the road. No chicken was slaughtered to celebrate the birth of a son: the family had just ended a 15-day journey to safety, fleeing the hamlet of Toarbil in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. “I don’t know what the future holds for us,”... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
No. 4 Penn State faces road test at IowaIOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Penn State's James Franklin hasn't coached at Kinnick St
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Penn State's James Franklin hasn't coached at Kinnick Stadium before — but he knows how dangerous the Hawkeyes can be at home after dark. The fourth-ranked Nittany Lions (3-0) open Big Ten play against one of their most vexing... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Angry Orchard hard cider-maker built reputation in Michiganchampion this, Angry Orchard's flagship uses bittersweet apples from France and
Detroit Free Press / Posted yesterday
champion this, Angry Orchard's flagship uses bittersweet apples from France and culinary apples from Italy and the United States. A bittersweet apple is exactly what the name implies, Burk said. Bitter, which means high in tannins, and sweet in... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Fueled by growth, change, USC Upstate celebrates 50 yearsWhat a difference 50 years makes. The University of South Carolina Upstate cel
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
What a difference 50 years makes. The University of South Carolina Upstate celebrates its golden anniversary this year. The idea that the region needed its own university campus was born more than five decades ago after Spartanburg General Hospital... Read more
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The State News
The Rock repainted to draw attention to offensive mascot namespurpose is to serve as a platform for some cause until it's repainted by whoeve
The State News / Posted yesterday
purpose is to serve as a platform for some cause until it's repainted by whoever else is willing to "guard" it for 24 hours. However, each painting represents someone's passion. For the Native American Law Students Association, the unique... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Hate messages still an issue at Westfield State UniversityWESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Racist messages continue to be a problem at Westfield
WWLP Springfield / Posted yesterday
WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Racist messages continue to be a problem at Westfield State University. Earlier this week, 22News showed you a picture of a racial slur left on the door of a student’s dorm. On Thursday, a viewer sent us a photo through our... Read more
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MLive.com
KVCC wind turbine program still an industry leader after 8 yearsclass in 2009. A total of 190 students have graduated from the program, getting
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
class in 2009. A total of 190 students have graduated from the program, getting jobs in locations throughout the United States. A leader in wind turbine operations and maintenance technician training, which resides at Groves Center in Texas... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Decision to move sacramental education to outside school day made in interest of equality, says ESBINational Schools will no longer hold communion preparation classes during the s
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
National Schools will no longer hold communion preparation classes during the school day. There are currently 12 of these state-run Education and Training Board Ireland (ESBI) primary schools, catering for nearly 4000 students. Seamus Conboy from... Read more
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The Christian Post
Justin Welby to Worried Christian Couple: Transgender Children at School 'Not a Problem'other family are making up their own minds. The other child is making up their
The Christian Post / Posted yesterday
other family are making up their own minds. The other child is making up their own mind," he continued. "Talk to your child. Help them to understand. Help them to see what's going on and to be faithful to their own convictions." The... Read more
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Salon.com
Socialist ideals in practice: Democratic Socialists of America muck out flooded Houston homesfor a very long time. A lot of those divides are economic divides. It has also
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
for a very long time. A lot of those divides are economic divides. It has also really highlighted the racial segregation in our city, because you go to some neighborhoods and they look fine. Everyone still has their home and their manicured lawn and... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
‘Weird’ veggies anything but unusual at some Maine farmsare hungry for vegetables that likely would never have been grown in their gran
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
are hungry for vegetables that likely would never have been grown in their grandmothers’ gardens, as farms across the state experiment with unusual varieties of vegetables and fruits or with exotic plants that originally came from places like... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
High renewable energy standards exact heavy toll on the poorin renewable energy standards that force electric utilities to replace coal-fir
Aspen Daily News / Posted yesterday
in renewable energy standards that force electric utilities to replace coal-fired plants with solar and wind. Voters statewide enacted higher renewable standards in 2004. Since then, the Legislature has three times raised the minimal... Read more
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Irish Examiner
ETBI to end faith formation during school hours at community schools | Irish Examiner Friday, September 22, 2017 - 09:57 am Campaign group EQUA
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Friday, September 22, 2017 - 09:57 am Campaign group EQUATE has today welcomed the decision... Read more
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Yale Daily News
Slow millionaire growth rate in state Connecticut falls far below the national average when it comes to the growth
Yale Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Connecticut falls far below the national average when it comes to the growth of millionaire households, a statistic that impacts the state’s tax revenues. According to a report released this September by the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
About 75 Million Nigerians Are Illiteratepeople are illiterate in the country. The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu,
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
people are illiterate in the country. The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, made the remark on Thursday when he paid a courtesy call on Governor Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi State in Birnin Kebbi. The minister was in the state for a two-day... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Event encourages organ donationsthat she’s made,” she said. Matthew Boger, a spokesman for Donate Life Vermont
Rutland Herald / Posted 2 days ago
that she’s made,” she said. Matthew Boger, a spokesman for Donate Life Vermont, said the event Thursday was intended to educate the general public about organ and tissue donation. During his presentation, Boger said people might have... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
KSP says teens are hiding drugs and alcohol in plain sightFRANKFORT, Ky. (WDRB) – Hiding in plain sight. That's what Kentucky State Polic
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted 2 days ago
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WDRB) – Hiding in plain sight. That's what Kentucky State Police says teens are doing with drugs and alcohol, and the agency is trying to educate parents to be more aware. “If you're a parent, snoop. Go through your children's room... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Colorado editorials: Study shows high cost of ‘clean power’ in Coloradoin renewable energy standards that force electric utilities to replace coal-fir
Summit Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
in renewable energy standards that force electric utilities to replace coal-fired plants with solar and wind. Voters statewide enacted higher renewable standards in 2004. Since then, the Legislature has three times raised the minimal... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Carson City Supervisors deny marijuana licenseLaw Group in Reno, also speaking on behalf of Paladin, said the business had in
Nevada Appeal / Posted 2 days ago
Law Group in Reno, also speaking on behalf of Paladin, said the business had invested money there complying with state regulations on security, which included installing a vault and security cameras. Sheriff Kenny Furlong spoke in... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Local elections matterAmid all the turmoil surrounding national issues and candidates jockeying for s
Juneau Empire / Posted 2 days ago
Amid all the turmoil surrounding national issues and candidates jockeying for statewide office, it’s sometimes difficult to take time to study and participate in our local elections. Yet, it is our locally-elected officials who make the tough... Read more
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The Recorder Online
CCSU Comes Together In Support Of Undocumented CommunityThe student organization, CHANGE, hosted a rally last Thursday to educate the p
The Recorder Online / Posted 2 days ago
The student organization, CHANGE, hosted a rally last Thursday to educate the public and support the undocumented community at Central Connecticut State University and around the United States. “The whole point of the rally was to be more... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
At-large candidates talk Quincy taxesby about $350 last year for the average single-family homeowner. Several of th
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 2 days ago
by about $350 last year for the average single-family homeowner. Several of the councilors talked about the need to encourage commercial development, which Quincy taxes at double the rate of residential property. “The residents in the city... Read more
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Ball State Daily News
University and state officials break ground on new college of healthof Health. “Students have been spread out all over campus so we formed a new c
Ball State Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
of Health. “Students have been spread out all over campus so we formed a new college,” Whaley said. “In a couple of years our students in health fields will literally come together under this roof.” The $62.5 million project will be used by... Read more
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Boston Globe
Battle Over Confederate Monuments Moves to the CemeteriesMADISON, Wis. — One by one, Confederate monuments are coming down from their pe
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
MADISON, Wis. — One by one, Confederate monuments are coming down from their perches in front of courthouses, in public squares, along city boulevards. Now opponents to the memorials are looking through cemetery gates for more. Local officials and... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Video shows woman yelling about veteran's service dog in restaurantinside the restaurant fired back at the woman explaining that it was a service
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 2 days ago
inside the restaurant fired back at the woman explaining that it was a service animal. "He's alive because he fought for our country," one woman shouted. "Congratulations… my husband's dad did too, what's your point?" the upset woman fired... Read more
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EuroNews
Advocates Slam 'Needless' Police Killing of Deaf ManSanchez is at least the fifth fatal police shooting of a deaf person in just th
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
Sanchez is at least the fifth fatal police shooting of a deaf person in just the last couple of years, according to Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf, or HEARD, a volunteer nonprofit that has tracked incidences of police brutality... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Health Briefs: Diabetes management awareness class presented in Craigtreatment is important," said physician assistant Carol Bolt. Dr. Elise Sulliva
Craig Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
treatment is important," said physician assistant Carol Bolt. Dr. Elise Sullivan, family physician, and Bolt are working to educate the community about the importance of making healthy lifestyle choices. In 2017, MRH offered quarterly seminars... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Not just a Hopkins student, but a Baltimore citizen – The Johns Hopkins Newsthe shootings and the murder.” Living in Baltimore is not a monolith defined by
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 2 days ago
the shootings and the murder.” Living in Baltimore is not a monolith defined by violence and crime, particularly when our privilege as Hopkins students keep us so shielded from it. Of course, crime is an issue in Baltimore, but to say so... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Elections', or As They Say in Rofa, 'Erections'is Six hundred threescore and six." - Revelations Chapter 13 verse 18. One day
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
is Six hundred threescore and six." - Revelations Chapter 13 verse 18. One day in 1998-99, we were "Under the Tree" on Staten Island in New York. Under The Tree was where the refugee community on Staten Island gathered to meet friends, sell... Read more
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CBS News
Video shows woman yelling about veteran's service dog in restaurantinside the restaurant fired back at the woman explaining that it was a service
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
inside the restaurant fired back at the woman explaining that it was a service animal. "He's alive because he fought for our country," one woman shouted. "Congratulations… my husband's dad did too, what's your point?" the upset woman fired... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Justin Welby: Boy wearing a dress to school 'not a problem'that's a problem. "The other family are making up their own minds. The other c
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
that's a problem. "The other family are making up their own minds. The other child is making up their own mind. "Talk to your child. Help them to understand. Help them to see what's going on and to be faithful to their own convictions." The... Read more
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