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Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Float to work If walking, biking, and ridesharing don’t work as alternative commuting methods, the city of Boulder, Colo., has one more idea: tubing. On…

Human Race

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News | Appealed Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, 58, filed a notice of appeal on July 15, six days after a U.S. district judge sentenced him to 10 years in…

Dispatches

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News | The long cost of containment The shot that brought down Flight 17 was sudden, but a strategy to halt Russia will take time   The death of 298…

Human Race

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News | Graduated  George Hulka Jr. received a Bronze Star and survived the D-Day invasion at Normandy during his decorated military career. Now at age 100, he…

Quotables

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News | ‘‘To the extent that she throws him under the bus, she has to run over him at a very slow speed.’ Political analyst Bill Whalen on Hillary Clinton’s…

Dispatches

Dispatches

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News | JULY 4: Demonstrators from both sides of the immigration debate confront each other outside a U.S. Border Patrol station in Murrieta, Calif. Demonstrators had…

Tolerance in the court

By Emily Belz
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News | Supreme Court broadens ‘religious exercise’ definition as well as exemptions to contraceptive mandate

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | July 20 Under the terms of the deal forged between world powers and Iran, the Islamic regime has until today to broker a deal regarding its nuclear program.

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Ghost auditor  City leaders in Portsmouth, Va., are wondering: How can a city auditor do his job if he goes more than a year without logging into the…

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | July 7   Parents of about 90,000 children in Quebec will have to make other plans for child care today. A consortium of private, in-home day care…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | No tats for pets Kitten piercings and dog tattoos could soon become illegal in New York if one Empire State assemblywoman gets her way. Assemblywoman Linda…

Historic leave-taking

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News | DETROIT—The Presbyterian Church (USA)—in a move long expected but nonetheless momentous for the 1.8-million-member denomination, the nation’s sixth…

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