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Survey: Federal employees commemorate Memorial Day by watching porn

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By M.D. Kittle |

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Nothing says honoring our nation’s fallen service members like downloading some porn on Memorial Day.

Attorney General Ken Paxton will have to decide whether UT has to share records uncovered during the Kroll investigation.

UT’s back door still open, but can’t stay secret, AG rules

Texas  |  4:00 am

By Jon Cassidy |
The University of Texas may not keep secret the records of its ongoing backdoor admissions program, according to a new ruling by Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office.
Much of the public may be under the impression that UT closed that back door once the secret was exposed, costing President Bill Powers his […]

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More out-of-state forces helping left-of-center groups in Tennessee

Louisiana  |  4:00 am

The same Washington, D.C., law firm that has campaigned in Tennessee in favor of Medicaid expansion has a history representing the like-minded

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Herring’s bill: $19,501 for Sweet Briar College FOI

Education  |  4:00 am

Attorney General Mark Herring’s office wants $19,501.50 to fulfill a Freedom of Information Act inquiry into his lawyers consulting with Sweet Briar College officials in the months leading up to the decision to close the women’s school.

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Watchdog bills, stories saw mixed results in Legislature

Nebraska  |  4:00 am

Bills designed to curb campaign corruption and increase transparency had mixed results in the Nebraska Legislature this year.

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter strongly supports the idea of using vice taxes to fund Philadelphia's public schools.

New website shows how Philly taxes will be used to fund schools

Education  |  4:00 am

A new website is bringing increased transparency to Philadelphia’s school funding issue during a critical time for the cash-strapped school district.

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Dish TV CEO to taxpayers who gave him $3 billion subsidy: You’re the real winners

National  |  May 21, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Embattled Dish CEO Charles Ergen admits he’s using small-business subsidies to build his global wireless capacity, but the billionaire says taxpayers will benefit anyhow.

LET'S TAKE YOUR DIPLOMA: Radical environmentalists solution to disagreeing with senator's views.

Environmentalists fail in bid to revoke GOP senator’s degree

Energy and Environment  |  May 21, 2015

By Tori Richards |
A Washington state senator has survived a campaign by Western Washington University students who demanded their school revoke his master’s degree because he’s not radical enough on global warming.
Doug Ericksen, a Republican and chair of Washington’s Senate Energy, Environment and Telecommunications Committee, has blocked efforts to force businesses and residents to go green, […]

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Gifts to Gov. Christie are not ‘gifts,’ rules NJ attorney general

New Jersey  |  May 21, 2015

In New Jersey, a gift is not a gift – particularly if you’re the governor and your subordinates interpret ethics rules in your favor. The bottom line, strange but true: Chris Christie does not have to report favors — such as football trips paid by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones — as gifts unless it can be shown he did something in exchange for them.


At education summit, opponents protest charter schools in New Orleans

Education  |  May 21, 2015

Charter schools in New Orleans have enjoyed growing popular support over the years, but at least one group is hoping to quell the praise for reforms.

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Inventor fights for patents amidst push for reform

National  |  May 21, 2015

Bryan Pate is no stranger to Chinese intellectual property theft.




Jon Stewart obliterates ‘slimy’ Democrats over Gruber

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West Rankin Utility Authority wins key battle in fight to build new treatment plant

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The West Rankin Utility Authority won a key battle Tuesday in its fight to build a new wastewater treatment plant and leave Jackson’s aging facility.