Boston Marathon Bombing Trial Opens With Opposing Portraits of Tsarnaev
New York Times
BOSTON — In a dramatic opening statement, Judy Clarke, the lead defense lawyer for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, quickly, almost suddenly, acknowledged what to many has seemed obvious — that her client had in fact set off the bombs that ripped through the 2013 ...
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Jeb Bush owns his email server, too
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton isn't the only politician who possesses a private email server. Jeb Bush, an early proponent of email communication, has always been open about using his personal email, firstname.lastname@example.org, to answer official and personal ...
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Clinton email policy violated Obama administration guidance
Christian Science Monitor
Sweet Briar College to close: Are women's colleges still relevant?
Christian Science Monitor
News of Sweet Briar College's impending closure shocked students and called attention to challenges facing women's institutes of higher education. By Cristina Maza, Staff writer March 4, 2015. close. Sweet Briar students react Tuesday to the news that ...
All-women Sweet Briar College decides to close after 114 years
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US probe finds systematic, racially biased policing in Ferguson
(Reuters) - A U.S. probe found systemic racial bias and unconstitutional policing that targeted blacks in Ferguson, Missouri, but cleared a white officer there in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in August, the Justice Department said on ...
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New York Daily News
In King v. Burwell, Supreme Court Must Rule for Our Health
Today, the Supreme Court heard a landmark case that directly impacts the lives of millions of Americans. At issue in King v. Burwell are the tax credits that millions of Americans in approximately three dozen states receive in order to enable them to purchase ...
Kennedy Offers An Escape Hatch For Government In Obamacare Case
Doctors, patients scramble ahead of high court Obamacare decision
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