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Is Harvard fair? Historical confirmatory action test begins on Monday

The trial was made by conservative advocates who have long been fighting for racial practices that traditionally favored African American and Latin students. Their final goal is to turn the Supreme Court in 1978, confirming adoption policies that consider the student's race for university environments. Parties on both sides expect the Supreme Court finally to resolve the issue. And with …

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With Sniffer Dogs and Jumps, the team combines Hurricane Michael Damage

MEXICO BEACH, FL. – When Hurricane Michael slowly revealed the victims of his mortal march, rescue and rescue workers rescued remote wooded patches and a little boy beach on Saturday, the door to the door of the stormy Florida Panhandle. They competed to reach the injured, the dead and those who needed help, hoping to flip away on a long …

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"We are here to say no": Asian-American critics are collecting against the Harvard Adoption Policy

Demonstrators against Harvard University's admissions process hold signs and US flags while they are being protested at Copley Square in Boston on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Photographer: Adam Glanzman / Bloomberg (Adam Glanzman / Bloomberg) Nick Anderson Reporter covering Higher Education, National Education Policy and the Global Educational Market October 14 at 18:28 BOSTON – Lee Cheng, son of a …

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Brawl at G.O.P. Club Spurs demands demand; Cuomo Blames Trump

A fight outside a republican club in Manhattan involving a right-wing right-wing group and anti-fascist activists prompted inquiries to investigate the violence and if the police acted properly to break it up. Some democratic politicians, including Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo also criticized the club to invite the boss of the right-hand group, the proud boys. Mr. Cuomo on Sunday asked …

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Trump gives Mattis an unauthorized label: "Democrat"

But in his transition role, Ricardel moved to block Mattis from choosing Anne Patterson, a career diplomat who had worked for Democratic and Republican Presidents, to act as Secretary of Defense for Politics, an influential post on the Pentagon. Administration officials have said that the disagreements between Mattis and Mrs. Ricardel held high meetings at the Department of Defense for …

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Canadians smoke a lot of the pot now. When it's legal, how's the culture going to change?

HAMILTON, Ontario – Up on the third floor of a commercial building near the city's edge is a vision of Canada's future. To the sound of throbbing music, hundreds of people jockey around the marijuana-infested products sales on a popup cannabis market. Marijuana cinnamon buns. Marijuana cereal products and gluten-free cookies. Marijuana foot scrub, bath bombs, lip head. Marijuana mixed …

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"Hyperbolic Moment": Stacey Abrams refuses to support Eric Holders controversial "kick" em "comment

Georgian Democratic Governor Stacey Abrams May 22, when she won primary. Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams rejected Sunday to echo former attorney general Eric Holder controversial object encouraging Democrats to adopt a more combative approach to politics, call it "hyperbole" and approve the vote as "best approach." In several interviews, Abrams Holders rejected the comment that Democrats would "kick" …

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