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An impressive consensus is bringing many conservatives and liberals together in Nebraska to support practical-focused changes in the state's licensing requirements for occupations. [Read More]
Netflix subscribers can get a glimpse of rugged scenery in western Nebraska next year when the entertainment provider premieres an Oregon Trail-focused series by Joel... [Read More]
When Gov. Rick Scott released his budget, he made a lot of noise about the $180 million in tax cuts he was proposing.But he didn't... [Read More]
I greatly appreciated your Nov. 15 editorial, "Decency over party." It is past time to take victims of sexual harassment and assault seriously and past... [Read More]
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There's a curious case making its way through the court system in Wise County that questions whether Gov. Terry McAuliffe is violating the state constitution... [Read More]
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One man was fined $900 for adding on to his living room without a permit. A year after settling the assessment, he received a bill... [Read More]
The MBTA's Green Line extension project is still, to our way of thinking, too little for too much. It's just under 5 miles of trolley... [Read More]
After keeping his constituents and his colleagues guessing for more than a week Rep. Paul Heroux, who was recently elected mayor of Attleboro, has now... [Read More]
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The following editorial appeared in the Erie Times-News. There is precious little good news to report in the unrelenting opioid addiction crisis. [Read More]
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"Alabamians must show themselves to be people of principle, reject Roy Moore and all that he stands for," AL.com's Editorial Board wrote... [Read More]
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Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Survivor Series 2017 results. [Read More]
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With abundant displays of general dysfunction and specific allegations of sexual assault and harassment becoming pervasive in Washington, it is worth remembering that there are... [Read More]
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A special election three weeks from Tuesday could change the balance of the U.S. Senate. Sunday, the top three newspapers in Alabama ran a front... [Read More]
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A Northampton teacher's master's degree project is a learning tool for students and resource for the community.Northampton High School technology teacher Jeromie Whalen... [Read More]
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Respond to letter on undocumented immigrantsWith all due respect to a recent letter to the editor, we find the writer's argument about undocumented immigrants to... [Read More]
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Letting corporations keep more of their profits by cutting taxes probably won't prompt employers to invest in capital, hire more workers and expand production, economist... [Read More]
Appearing before the Senate Banking Committee, Export-Import Bank chairman nominee Scott Garrett had an especially  difficult time trying to reconcile his previous  vehement opposition to... [Read More]
Even for the United Nations, where actions don't always connect with stated principles,  it was one of the most bizarre, if not short-lived, appointments in... [Read More]
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York City Mayor Kim Bracey accepted the resignation of a police officer nearly three years ago, calling the resolution "in the best interest of everyone." [Read More]
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Editorial, commentary, analysis, cartoon and blogs by Bangkok Post columnists. [Read More]
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