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Coppin State University is moving forward with an $80 million Science and Technology Center that it hopes will boost sagging enrollment despite concerns that the West Baltimore school will not have enough money to operate the building. A ceremonial...
email@example.comIt's a television scene familiar to most of us over 20 years old: Wile E. Coyote buys himself an ACME catapult and assembles it, aiming a huge, red rock to land on a black "X" where he anticipates the elusive Roadrunner will pass by. As Coyote lies in...
Tags: Lobbying, Rand Paul, Harold Rogers, Politics, Mitch McConnell
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Washington's tug of war over the federal budget has many wonders, but the biggest one of all must be the lengths to which politicians and pundits will go to deprive Granny and Grandpa of $30 a month. That's the amount by which benefits for the average...
WASHINGTON — The nation's sluggish recovery can't seem to catch a break. Persistent federal spending cuts and a slowdown in business investments thwarted hopes for stronger economic growth in the first quarter, setting up more modest gains in jobs...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans shrugged off higher taxes to lift the U.S. economy at the start of the year. Government spending fell, though, and the impact of the tax increases along with federal budget cuts could slow growth later this year. The...
Tags: Business, Economic Indicator, Consumers, Politics, Productivity
SAN ANTONIO -- Kobe Bryant wasn't tweeting Wednesday night, so perhaps the most compelling electronic observation came from a text sent to press row from a neighbor who probably spoke for a city. "Dwight ain't Shaq." In three words, that was the...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Liberals' loud objections to White House proposals for slowing the growth of huge social programs make it clear that neither political party puts a high priority on reducing the deficit, despite much talk to the contrary. For...
WASHINGTON -- An insistent question of our time is how much government debt is too much. Is there some debt level that becomes crushing as opposed to merely costly? The controversy over research by economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff shows how...
Los Angeles mayoral hopeful Wendy Greuel stepped up attacks on rival Eric Garcetti on Tuesday, repeating ethical accusations brought up at Monday night’s televised debate and adding a new one -- that Garcetti accepted thousands in donations at a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Waynesboro Area School Board has whittled down a budget shortfall for 2013-14, preliminarily approving a $49 million spending plan that does not raise taxes. The board has until June 30 to adopt a final budget. On Tuesday, the district’s...
What are the implications of the ‘Jesus stomp?’ To the editor: You might have heard about it, maybe not. A professor at a public (tax-funded) university in Florida had his students conduct the following assignment: Write the name “...
Tags: Social Issues, Christianity, Poverty, Politics, Students
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