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Proposed Realigning of New Jersey Campuses Spurs Protests and Charges of Cronyism

Lesniak, who opposes many of the proposed changes. "They did three-quarters-ass job." New ... the university's campuses, has passed a resolution opposing the merger with Rowan, and students at the Rut... read more

A Partial Timeline of President Obama Claiming That Infrastructure Spending Will Magically Create Jobs

It spurs hiring because local contractors and construction ... our Nation has always been built to compete. There's no reason Europe or China should have the fastest trains or the new factories that m... read more

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posted: 11/30/2017 4:30 a.m. A judge dismissed charges Wednesday against a man in a murder case that captured national headlines when prosecutors got information from an Amazon Echo device. posted: 11 ... read more

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China cannot accept an "indiscriminate" and automatic detention of four kinds of Chinese seafood by the U.S. and a ban on importing them, a top Chinese official in charge of quality ... according to a ... read more


Stories for December 2015

As Prescott's new Mayor and city council assume their duties, they face the daunting task of maintaining city services in the face of higher pension costs for public safety employees. Genesis Church w... read more

KUWAIT, CHINA SIGN OIL JOINT MARKETING DEAL

Arab countries and China to attain mutual interests and strengthen historical ties. Addressing the 8th session of the ministerial meeting of China-Arab States Cooperation Forum, held in Beijing today, ... read more

Stories for January 2010

posted: 01/31/2010 8 a.m. Fayetteville High School students or alumni are eligible to apply for a Marty Thurlby Deweese Study Abroad Grant. posted: 01/31/2010 7:59 a.m. Proposed new animal regulations ... read more



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