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On plane: 15 Marines, 1 Navy sailor mourned by families

The 15 Marines and a Navy sailor killed in a military ... serve in special operations, his father said. Schmieman, 26, grew up in Richland, Washington, and enlisted after completing an academic progra... read more

How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

He subsequently said his reductions would be made in social spending and not from the military ... 25 years now since John Kennedy came to Eureka Hollow. Roger Luster is 36, a husky man in jeans, an o... read more

Labor lets Coalition call the shots on NDIS

Tony Abbott has given the guarantee that he will support the NDIS levy ... waited to hear from the Opposition for answers. Suddenly, a Coalition that has controlled the news agenda for years had contr... read more

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Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

In one instance, a prosecutor showed the court a Powerpoint presentation of party photos that had been posted on Facebook by a 20-year-old defendant after he nearly killed another driver in a three-ca... read more

Groundbreaking set for new gym at Paso Robles High School

“The P.E. curriculum has increased over the years,” he said. The cost of the gym, originally estimated at $7.5 million, wound up being $4 million, allowing the extra money to be spent on other project... read more

Businesses boycotted over City Council budget vote

Lowery voted in favor of the cuts. He says it was either reducing benefits for City workers or raising Memphis property taxes by 23 cents, “The following year the property tax increase would be even h... read more

Americans' negative view of federal workers justified?

Here’s my question to you: Is Americans' negative view of federal workers justified ... compared to his private sector counterparts. But he believes in public service, having served 20 years in the mi... read more

Vulnerable Feel The Pinch Of Minn. Gov’t Shutdown

A call to the 800 number Friday got a recording saying callers could leave a message. The political stalemate meant instant layoffs for 22,000 state workers, including Paul Bissen, a road and bridge i... read more

Those Catholic Women Who Use Contraception

When I was giving a talk early last year, two women in the front row caught my eye. They were about my age, nicely dressed, and seemed to be friends with one another. They attracted my attention becau... read more

Scientists, Your Gender Bias Is Showing

Nobody who is familiar with the literature on this will be surprised, but it’s good to accumulate new evidence and also to keep the issue in the public eye: academic scientists are, on average, biased ... read more

As of today, the election is a real contest

He now needs to regroup and convince ... Trying to re-interpret what constitutes a tax increase is not a good start. All year the Government's economic spruikers have insisted the country has a spendi... read more

Seriously? Doctors say they're underpaid

He treated women with breast cancer, paraplegics with pressure sores, and burn patients. I was the on-call plastic surgery resident one night when a 42-year-old man - let’s ... there is a ceiling to w... read more

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