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St. Mary's College of Maryland has only locked in about two-thirds of the students it needs for a full freshman class next school year, a shortfall that could cost the public liberal arts school $3.5 million in lost tuition. Though the school's...
WASHINGTON — The drought that caused record wildfires in California and other Western states last year is expected to persist through the summer, but fewer firefighters will battle this year's blazes in other regions because of federal budget cuts,...
Assignment Manager9:30 p.m. update: Franklin County School Board Chair Edward Jamison has resigned effective immediately. The school board "regretfully" accepted his resignation at Monday's meeting. Jamison came into tonight's meeting saying he would resign if the...
TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Monday. Here's what we're reading this morning. * Sun-Sentinel writes that federal budget cuts are hitting programs that feed the poor. *Orlando Sentinel reports on the massive insurance sign up...
In the 1964 U.S. Supreme Court case Jacobellis v. Ohio, Justice Potter Stewart wrote a concurring opinion he hoped would establish a legal standard that protected every American’s right to free speech yet guarded “community standards”...
WASHINGTON -- House Speaker John A. Boehner said holders of U.S. government bonds should be paid first if the nation's debt limit is breached, even if that means that China would get preference over the salaries of U.S. troops. Boehner (R-Ohio) defended...
Autoblog.comFiled under: EV/Plug-in, Hybrid, Tesla Motors, Fisker, Videos When is $20 million not equal to $20 million? When, for some, it's an interest payment and, for others, it's all someone else thinks they're worth. Here's how that one number means two...
Glendale has prevailed in federal court after a jury found the city’s decision to lay off two former parks officials was due to budget pressures, not, as alleged in a lawsuit, because the pair had complained about their boss. Russell Hauck and Eric...
Despite years of cuts to public education, McKinley School in Pasadena is turning up the volume of its music program with the help of a dedicated teacher and a nonprofit program that provides instruments for students. McKinley fifth-grade teacher Raimer...
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SACRAMENTO — California has been flooded with revenue this tax season and is on track to finish the fiscal year with a surplus of billions of dollars, according to officials. State coffers contain about $4.5 billion more than expected in...
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