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Let's be honest: The gay marriage debate is nearly over, and nothing the Supreme Court does when it delivers its opinions on the federal Defense of Marriage Act and on the fate of California's Proposition 8 is likely to change that astonishing fact. A...
Greater New BritainParade Route and Ceremony at the Berlin Veterans' Memorial Park This years Memorial Day Parade will start at 9 a.m. at St. Paul's Church on Peck Street. The parade will continue to Farmington Avenue turning left onto Massiro Drive, passing VFW Post...
Petoskey High School social studies teacher and soccer coach Zach Jonker was honored as the Petoskey Rotary Club’s Teacher of the Year at a luncheon on Wednesday. Jonker has taught virtually all of the social studies courses from rigorous...
Josh Gooch, a junior at Lincoln County High School has been selected to be among 500 attendees at West Point's Summer Leaders Seminar in June. More than 4,000 juniors nationwide applied to SLS, which offers outstanding high school juniors the...
Debora Coates-Consugar has a penchant for making math simple and enjoyable for students at Summit School, an Edgewater-based, not-for-profit education center for children with dyslexia and other learning problems. But sometimes the math department...
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Reuters(Chrystia Freeland is a Reuters columnist. Any opinions expressed are her own.) By Chrystia Freeland NEW YORK, May 23 (Reuters) - We are living in the age of the technocrats. In business, Big Data, and the Big Brains who can parse it, rule. In...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - We are living in the age of the technocrats. In business, Big Data, and the Big Brains who can parse it, rule. In government, the technocrats are on top, too. From Washington to Frankfurt to Rome, technocrats have stepped in where...
New efforts are underway to combat what aging experts say has become one of the top threats facing elders: losing their savings to con artists and financial predators. Gerontologists at a Detroit university have created, for the first time, a...
ReutersSOFIA (Reuters) - The head of Bulgaria's largest party said on Tuesday he was convinced his rivals would be able to form a government, indicating a political stalemate that could undermine the European Union's poorest economy may soon be broken. Former...
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UK Basketball: Kentucky signee Marcus Lee has a love of graphic design, volleyball; has worked hard to overcome dyslexia and ADHDlarry@amnews.comMarcus Lee is a dynamic basketball player — that’s why he played in the McDonald’s All-American Game and Jordan Brand Classic along with five other future Wildcats. However, he’s an interesting personality away from basketball,...
Bethlehem Democrats had every reason to go to the polls Tuesday. An aggressive battle for the first open mayoral seat in a decade. A competitive Northampton County executive race starring the city's sitting mayor. Yet turnout was, well, average. About...
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May 26, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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