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3 hrs ago | NY1
News that another Catholic school plans to close comes just weeks after lawmakers failed to pass a tax credit that would have helped religious schools, but it may surprise you that some Catholic school officials are optimistic about the future.
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4 hrs ago | Buzzsugar
Glee has a few more episodes before it closes out its fifth season, but producer Ryan Murphy is already thinking ahead.
7 hrs ago | HipHopDx
Kool Keith comments on New York being a "sample city," says there's a lot of confusion over what bass music is.
11 hrs ago | CBS 3 Springfield
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams told Hillwood students watching at Channel 4 that he would deliver the address at the school's graduation ceremony next month.
12 hrs ago | Knowledge@Wharton
High-frequency trading is a hot topic these days. After author Michael Lewis, who revealed its perils in his book, Flash Boys , was interviewed by 60 Minutes , regulators began sniffing around for signs that these ultra-fast traders are rigging the market at the expense of other investors.
14 hrs ago | Politico
Conservative pundit Laura Ingraham on Tuesday ripped House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Rep. Steve Israel, calling their recent comments on racism in the GOP "reprehensible" and a "race to the bottom."
16 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
The network didn't specify where the accident occurred. The two were transported back to the United States - Lawrence to New York and Michael to Boston.
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With Only Lovers Left Alive , British actor Tom Hiddleston teams up with Tilda Swinton and director Jim Jarmusch to wrestle the vampire genre back from the Twilight crowd , with Hiddleston and Swinton starring as two moody, music-obsessed bloodsuckers who can't live without each other.
Alcoa's second-quarter income from continuing operations totaled $326 million-a jump of 138 percent compared to the year-ago quarter and up 6 percent from the previous quarter.
News coverage that formed the foundation for lawsuits challenging the merit and scope of government surveillance programs was awarded one of journalism's top prizes Monday.
Today marked the seventh straight year that The Wall Street Journal has not won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting.
Media and particularly cable news has never been as polarized as it is today. It's also never been tilted more towards opinion and less toward objective reporting of hard news.
The Russian economy has been under stress since late February, when pro-Russian forces began seizing control of parts of the Crimean peninsula.
Pro-Russian armed men stand guard outside the mayor's office in Slaviansk on April 14. Towns in eastern Ukraine on Monday braced for military action from government forces as a deadline passed for pro-Russian separatists to disarm and end their occupation of state buildings or face a major 'anti-terrorist' operation.
A drop in OPEC production came just as refineries began looking for supply, helping boost bullish speculative bets on crude last week by the most since July.
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