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When it comes to making news about protests and action for liberal causes, schools in New England seem to dominate the news. We’ve seen violence and protests surrounding visits from Charles Murray and Ryszard Legutko at Middlebury College. Brown University spent hundreds of millions of dollars in response to student protests related to questions of diversity and inclusion. Yale has seen numerous protests and student arrests, and students there attacked and harassed a faculty couple who headed a residential college in 2015 claiming that they felt unsafe because of an email message about Halloween costumes.

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With the initial shipments of a new vaccine against COVID-19 potentially weeks away, Virginia is testing its plan for distributing the initially limited supply of the vaccine to the people who need it most — front-line medical workers and the employees and residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.

Harrisburg, Pa. – Last week, Pa. Governor Tom Wolf vetoed Senate Bill 790, a piece of legislation that would enact the Conventional Oil and Gas Wells Act. The act would govern Pennsylvania's shallow-well oil and gas industry, taking away some of the state Department of Environmental Protection's authority to subject the industry to regulations. The Senate argued that the DEP is currently unfairly applying unconventional deep-well drilling regulations to shallow-well operations.

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Those hoping that a vote for Joe Biden would be a ticket to normalcy will be disappointed. “At this moment of profound crisis,” the Biden-Harris transition website states, “we have the opportunity to build a more resilient, sustainable economy – one that will put the U.S. on an irreversible path to achieve net-zero emissions, economy-wide, by no later than 2050.”

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(The Center Square) – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost took the lead Monday in asking Congress to help states weather the COVID-19 pandemic by extending federal CARES Act funding through the end of 2021.

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On June 27, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States issued its decision in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (Janus v. AFSCME), ruling that public-sector unions cannot compel non-member employees to pay fees covering the costs of non-political union activities. This decision overturned precedent established in Abood v. Detroit Board of Education in 1977.

A rally Wednesday evening on the east lawn of the Randolph County Courthouse in recognition of International Overdose Awareness Day attracted more than 200 people offering support for addicts and praying for life solutions.

The 29th annual Aloha International Steel Guitar Club convention commenced Thursday morning downtown Winchester with a brief address by Mayor Shon Byrum, a group hula dance and an emotional tribute to longtime member Leonard T. "Trouble" Zinn.

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Attorney General William Barr appointed Connecticut US Attorney John Durham to act as special counsel investigating whether intelligence and law enforcement violated the law in investigating the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.

When it comes to making news about protests and action for liberal causes, schools in New England seem to dominate the news. We’ve seen violence and protests surrounding visits from Charles Murray and Ryszard Legutko at Middlebury College. Brown University spent hundreds of millions of dollars in response to student protests related to questions of diversity and inclusion. Yale has seen numerous protests and student arrests, and students there attacked and harassed a faculty couple who headed a residential college in 2015 claiming that they felt unsafe because of an email message about Halloween costumes.

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Nigerian Afrobeats singer Kizz Daniel reveals what inspires him during a drive to one of his favorite spots in Lagos.

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Although Michael Flynn was only Donald Trump's national security adviser for 23 days, his rise, fall and resurgence -- sort of -- function as fitting bookends of Trump's four years in the White House. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza explains why this often-overlooked…

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Zoom CFO Kelly Steckelberg says remote work will continue even after a vaccine is available. The company has also seen growth in their customer base with fewer than 10 employees and has launched an event hosting platform to meet those needs.

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Jessica Lusk and Dylan Garcia face financial ruin after leaving their jobs to protect their daughter's life amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Ed Lavandera has the story.

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On December 1, Ireland begins a staggered re-opening following six weeks of a second nationwide lockdown to halt the spread of coronavirus. For one family in Dublin, the Martins, life under lockdown presented challenges, but also charms. They shared their experience with CNN in this video di…

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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who are both Republicans, rebuffed President Donald Trump's calls to overturn the state's election results more than a week after they certified Joe Biden as the winner.

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Janet Yellen, who could be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed by the Senate, will be tasked with leading Joe Biden's economic response to the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Tom Foreman looks into Yellen's career.

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With the initial shipments of a new vaccine against COVID-19 potentially weeks away, Virginia is testing its plan for distributing the initially limited supply of the vaccine to the people who need it most — front-line medical workers and the employees and residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.

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An unprecedented leak of internal Chinese documents reveals how the country mishandled the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. The documents - from Hubei province, the site of the world's first known outbreak - show China announced misleading numbers of new cases and deaths, was hamper…

Harrisburg, Pa. – Last week, Pa. Governor Tom Wolf vetoed Senate Bill 790, a piece of legislation that would enact the Conventional Oil and Gas Wells Act. The act would govern Pennsylvania's shallow-well oil and gas industry, taking away some of the state Department of Environmental Protection's authority to subject the industry to regulations. The Senate argued that the DEP is currently unfairly applying unconventional deep-well drilling regulations to shallow-well operations.