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Mass House Budget Plan Would Boost Funding for Arts, Humanities, & Sciences by $500,000

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Boston, MA) - The state House of Representatives has approved a budget plan for the coming fiscal year that would increase funding

GBI Investigates Officer Involved Shooting in Villa Rica

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Villa Rica, GA – On Thursday, April 26, 2018, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) was requested by the Villa Rica Police

Community efforts to prevent teen problems have lasting benefits

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A University of Washington study finds that a community-based approach to substance-abuse prevention, which can include after-school activities, can affect young people into adulthood.

$50,000 OCW grant supports VA's nationwide baby shower

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A $50,000 grant from The American Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors (OCW) program is helping to supply new baby welcome kits to women veterans at 58 VA medical centers across the country. The baby kits are part of the Department of Veterans Affairs first-ever nationwide baby shower events.

KS commits support to clean energy future

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Kamehameha Schools CEO Jack Wong and Elemental Excelerator CEO Dawn Lippert signed a “Pledge for Collective Impact” at a recent

PAN Africa Statement: Integrated Vector Management for malaria control

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On World Malaria Day Pesticide Action Network stands with communities in the Global South that are facing the scourge of malaria. The

Axway 2017 Registration Document now available

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The 2017 Axway Registration Document, registered under the number D.18-0393 the 26th of April 2018 at the Autorité des Marchés

CWA Uncovers More Evidence of Wage Theft at General Dynamics Information Technology Call Centers

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Since CWA's work helping customer service professionals at General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) fight wage theft gained

Infosys to Establish U.S. Education Center in Indianapolis

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Indianapolis, Indiana – April 26, 2018: Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation

Gap in Financial Literacy Widens for Couples the Longer the Relationship Lasts, Study Suggests

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AUSTIN, Texas — As couples mature together, they often grow apart in their level of interest and skill in handling their finances. A disparity in financial literacy that may be small or even nonexistent at first can increase over time depending on how much responsibility one partner undertakes, according to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and the University of Colorado-Boulder.

FWC discusses Gulf red snapper management, creates Gulf Reef Fish State For-Hire program for 2018-2019

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At the April 26 meeting in Fort Lauderdale, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) discussed Gulf red snapper

Mahmood Sharif Named 2018 Symantec Fellow

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Mahmood Sharif, a doctoral student in Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has earned one

Janelle Monae Lets It ALL Out Comes Out As Pansexual & Confronts White People Using The N-Word

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Janelle Monáe appears on our latest cover. Click the link in our bio to read the story in full. In the feature, she opens up about

NMSU students receive archaeology scholarships

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Three students in New Mexico State University’s Department of Anthropology recently received scholarships that cover the cost of

Research Insights: Improving Teacher Well-Being

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Article from The National Association of Independent Schools Spring 2018 Magazine.

Anderson School of Management hosts 11th annual Native American Career Fair

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The 11th annual Anderson School of Management Native American Career Fair takes place Friday, April 27 from 10 a.m.

Family Research Council Praises U.S. Senate for Confirming Mike Pompeo as Sec. of State

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the Senate voted to invoke cloture on the nomination of current CIA Director Mike Pompeo to become the new

New York Charges Ahead with New EV Initiative

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In a groundbreaking order, the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) has established a new proceeding dedicated to accelerating

Audiovisual media: Agreement reached on new media services directive

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EP negotiators and the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU agreed on substantial rules for audiovisual media services, including digital platforms, on Thursday evening.

TDCI Partners to Provide Shred-It/ Drug Take-Back in Hamilton Co. on April 28

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NASHVILLE – On Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10:00 a.m.

#HopeActLiveWI: Grant Award to Support Addiction Treatment

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The Department of Health Services (DHS) has awarded a $500,000 annual grant to the University of Wisconsin System to provide doctors real-time guidance on how to treat patients who may have an addiction. The addiction consultation line is part of the Heroin, Opioid, Prevention, and Education (HOPE) legislative package.

Former Head of HSBCs Global Foreign Exchange Cash-Trading Sentenced to Prison for Multimillion-Dollar Front-Running Scheme

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The former head of global foreign exchange cash trading at HSBC Bank plc, a subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc (collectively HSBC), was sentenced to prison today for his role defrauding an HSBC client through a scheme commonly referred to as “front running.”  The Court remanded Johnson to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons.

Ft. Worth, Texas, Couple Charged with Forced Labor of Domestic Servant

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According to the affidavit filed with the complaint, the defendants and others arranged for the victim, who did not speak English, to travel alone from her village in the Republic of Guinea, in West Africa, to Southlake, Texas, in January 2000 to work for the defendants in their home. The victim’s Guinean passport indicated that she was five years old at the time. Throughout the years, until the victim escaped in August 2016, the defendants forced the victim to labor in their home for long hours without pay.

Lawsuit Targets Federal Shell Game Hiding Fracking's Harm to Colorado Communities, Wildlife

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DENVER— Conservation groups today sued Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the Bureau of Land Management for approving new leases to allow fracking on more than 45,000 acres in western Colorado, including within communities and within a half-mile of a K-12 public school, without analyzing or disclosing environmental and public health threats as required by federal law.

UC will continue advocating for more state funding, puts off tuition vote

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The University of California announced today (April 26) that it will not take up the issue of an in-state tuition increase at the May
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