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Coloradans express their opinions of the Religious Freedom bill

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"Shooting at NSA headquarters leaves one dead"

“One person was killed and another was injured Monday morning when police with the National Security Agency opened fire on a vehicle whose driver refused commands to stop at a security gate, according to a statement from the agency.” 19 more words


State behind schedule on choosing a school testing vendor

AUSTIN (KXAN) — While students pour over test questions this week, the Texas Education Agency needs more time choosing the right testing vendor to handle state exams over the next four years. 442 more words


Mississippi State Baseball

Mississippi State finally broke the no-run streak this Sunday in game three of the Auburn series. How did they do it? If you ask Trevor Fitts, he’ll say the turkey foot. 350 more words


My brief encounter with the Rain City, Seattle (Part 1)

When mr J knew that I’d love to come along with him to Seattle, his response was, ” why would you want to go to a boring city like Seattle?” At that time, his benchmark was San Francisco. 920 more words

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How to get genuine health reform for Georgia

By the time this week is over, dozens of bills will have been sent to Gov. Nathan Deal’s desk. He will sign most of them into law, adding and deleting hundreds of lines from the state code. 518 more words