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Alaska Gov. Bill Walker abruptly suspends his campaign for reelection
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Alaska Gov. Bill Walker ended his underdog bid for a second term on Friday, ensuring that either Democrats or Republicans will take back an office that had been held by the nation's only independent state chief executive. “When I said I ran for ...
Bill Walker, Governor of Alaska, Suspends Campaign Amid Sinking PollsNew York Times
Alaska's independent governor drops re-election bidMinneapolis Star Tribune
Independent Alaska Governor Drops Re-election Bid, Endorses DemocratThe Daily Caller

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Trump's latest anti-immigrant gambit: Family separation 2.0
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REPUBLICANS INSIST that, on the immigration debate, Democrats want an issue, not a solution. That seems a better way of characterizing President Trump's own immigration approach, which he has publicly urged GOP candidates to weaponize in the ...

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University of Southern California to Pay $215 Million Over Sex Abuse Scandal
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The health center at the University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles.CreditCreditRobyn Beck/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. By Jennifer Medina. Oct. 19, 2018. LOS ANGELES — The University of Southern California has agreed to pay ...
USC reaches $240 million proposed settlement with former patients of gynecologistWashington Post
USC Reaches $215 Million Settlement Over Gynecologist Abuse AllegationsNPR
USC pays $215 million to settle claims of sexual misconduct against staff gynecologistUSA TODAY
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Harvard's Admissions Process, Once Secret, Is Unveiled in Affirmative Action Trial
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BOSTON — The deliberations that take place inside 86 Brattle Street, a red brick building where Harvard University's admissions committee convenes, have very much stayed inside 86 Brattle Street. Until now. A federal trial that began this week ...
Most white Americans will never be affected by affirmative action. So why do they hate it so much?Washington Post
E-mails show how donors are considered in Harvard admissionsThe Boston Globe
In Admissions, Harvard Favors Those Who Fund It, Internal Emails ShowHarvard Crimson
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Poet's Walk, Central Park, New York City
by Henri Silberman

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Avoid destructive thinking. Improper negative thoughts sink people. A ship can sail around the world many, many times, but just let enough water get into the ship and it will sink. Just so with the human mind. Let enough negative thoughts or improper thoughts get into the human mind and the person sinks just like a ship. - Alfred A. Montapert