Settlement returns billions to California schools funding

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Settlement returns billions to California schools funding

Tuesday, May 16, 2006The state’s teachers and schools chief Jack O’Connell have settled their lawsuit against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and, as a result, billions of dollars in school funding O’Connell and the teachers claimed the governor misappropriated during the state’s fiscal crisis will be returned to the schools. “The restoration of funding to Califoria school […]

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Simple And Easy Cardio Exercise Tips

Read An Opinion On: Kids Party Entertainers Perth Adult Dance Classes Submitted by: Mark Hall Dancing, swimming and biking, all three of them have something in common, they are exercise! One of the best ways to get yourself started is to do something you like to do, and you don t need to go all […]

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Judge orders residents and city to come to agreement on partially collapsed building in Buffalo, New York

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Judge orders residents and city to come to agreement on partially collapsed building in Buffalo, New York

Thursday, June 19, 2008 Buffalo, New York —Judge Justice Christopher Burns of the New York State Supreme Court has ordered a halt to an emergency demolition on a 19th century stable and livery on 428-430 Jersey Street in Buffalo, New York that partially collapsed on Wednesday June 11, initially causing at least 15 homes to […]

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Rapper Kanye West denounces Bush response, American media at hurricane relief telethon

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Rapper Kanye West denounces Bush response, American media at hurricane relief telethon

Saturday, September 3, 2005 Grammy award-winning rapper/producer Kanye West appeared on a live on-air telethon simulcast on NBC, MSNBC, CNBC and PAX for Hurricane Katrina victims. Live on air, West said “George Bush doesn’t care about black people,” after saying “America is set up to help the poor, the black people, the less well-off as […]

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Girls sweep Siemens science competition for US high schools

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Girls sweep Siemens science competition for US high schools

June 7th, 2019 by

Thursday, December 6, 2007 For the first time in history, the Siemens Competition, formerly the Siemens-Westinghouse Competition, was won by two females. The competition, which along with the Intel Competition are one of the two most prestigious competitions for high school science research in the United States. The Siemens Competition has two competitions, one for […]

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Election in Moldova instigates rioting mob demanding recount

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Election in Moldova instigates rioting mob demanding recount

June 1st, 2019 by

Thursday, April 9, 2009 Protests which began Monday escalated to a riot on Wednesday consisting of over 10,000 people in Chi?in?u, the capital of Moldova, protesting the results of Sunday’s 2009 Moldovan parliamentary election, which showed an apparent, narrow victory for the Communist Party (Partidul Comuni?tilor din Republica Moldova, PCRM). Demonstrators claim the victory was […]

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Actor Doris Day dies at 97

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Actor Doris Day dies at 97

May 30th, 2019 by

Thursday, May 16, 2019 US singer, actor, and animal rights advocate Doris Day died on Monday at her home in Carmel Valley, California. Day made many studio albums, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and rescued animals from Hurricane Katrina. Day’s animal foundation said she had been in otherwise “excellent physical health for her […]

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Four dead, at least 15 injured after gunman opens fire at fitness center in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania

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Four dead, at least 15 injured after gunman opens fire at fitness center in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania

May 27th, 2019 by

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 Four people have been shot and killed and at least 15 wounded when a gunman opened fire inside a LA Fitness center in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania. The gunman was among the dead. Reports say the man walked into a dance room where an all-female Latin dance class was in session, turned off […]

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Turkish protesters march against Internet censorship

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Turkish protesters march against Internet censorship

May 27th, 2019 by

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 About 2,000 protestors marched against Internet censorship last Saturday in Istanbul in Turkey, Xinhua reported. Protesters gathered at central Istanbul’s Taksim Square and marched down to Istiklal Avenue, chanting slogans against Transport and Communications Minister Binali Y?ld?r?m, Internet censorship, and especially against “Law No 5651”. Many Internet groups, nongovernmental organizations, and […]

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California court sentences parents who kept their children in captivity

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California court sentences parents who kept their children in captivity

May 26th, 2019 by

Saturday, April 20, 2019 Yesterday in California’s Riverside County criminal court, Judge Bernard Schwartz sentenced David and Louise Turpin to life in prison for torturing all but the youngest of their thirteen children. As revealed at trial, the Turpins had kept their children indoors for years and rarely allowed them outside the family home, located […]

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