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Thanks in large part to a stubborn defensive effort, the North East football team inexplicably trailed by only two scores after electric senior Jalen Giles returned the... [Read More]
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Community members said they participated in the drill Saturday because they understand the importance of being prepared. [Read More]
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Fall is in the air and for one farm in Harrisburg, that means it's time for apple picking, hay rides and more. [Read More]
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The star also appeared in a number of classic movies, including In Cold Blood and The Great Gatsby opposite Robert Redford... [Read More]
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New bus-hailing software being rolled out in Belleville, Ont., is believed to be the first in North America. [Read More]
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck near the northernmost tip of Haiti late on Saturday, injuring a number of people and causing some damage to buildings including an auditorium that collapsed, authorities and media reported. [Read More]
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Mandy Moore, Ellen Pompeo, & Kaley Cuoco Step Out for Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic! Mandy Moore joins Ellen Pompeo at the 2018 Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday afternoon (October 6) at Will Rogers State Historic Park in the Pacific Palisades,…... [Read More]
Chair Kyle Matthias is a third-year law student at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and will serve as the 2017-2018 Chairman for the Moot Court program.  During his second year of law school, Mr. Matthias competed as an oralist and brief writer for the Nation Criminal Procedure Moot Court Team.  In addition to his involvement with Moot Court, Mr. Matthias is also a member of the Loyola Law Review, Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society, and has been recently invited to be a member of the St. Thomas More Inn of Court. Mr. Matthias' legal experience... [Read More]
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The Loyola University New Orleans Journal of Public Interest Law is a scholarly journal published biannually by a student editorial board with faculty supervision. Founded as the Loyola Poverty Law Journal in the spring semester of 1995, the Journal was among the first devoted to the intersection of law and poverty. It initially concentrated on the legal issues faced by those unable to access legal representation, such as children, the indigent, and the elderly. Today, the Journal publishes scholarly articles, practitioner articles, lectures, and student comments addressing a diverse range of national and international public interest legal issues. Recent... [Read More]
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We take your education personally. Loyola offers tailored LL.M degree programs for International Students and for U.S. law school graduates seeking to take their education even further.  Louisiana is the only mixed jurisdiction state in the country, which means Loyola is one of just a few schools that can offer certificates in common and civil law. This will provide you with added flexibility in deciding where to practice—whether that's in Louisiana, around the United States or almost anywhere in the world. But while you're in school you will spend the year living in one of the most international and... [Read More]
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President Trump has a prediction, and it's none too kind: Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska "will never recover" politically for voting against Brett Kavanaugh, he tells the Washington Post... Politics News Summaries. | Newser... [Read More]
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Social media mobs go after Melania Trump for her fashion choice on solo trip — unbelievable... [Read More]
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His fight for Brett Kavanaugh completed his transformation into Donald Trump's slobbering manservant. [Read More]
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A South Side man is accused of threatening public officials 'within a courtroom' during the trial of Jason Van Dyke. [Read More]
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Get Oatmeal-Flax Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe from Food Network... [Read More]
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Mitch McConnell didn't break his trademark stoic expression Saturday afternoon as his colleagues methodically voted, one by one, on whether to place Brett Kavanaugh on the U.S. Supreme Court. The Senate majority leader and Kentucky Republican didn't turn to face fellow senators as they declared "yes" or "no." He barely flinched as protesters screamed from the galleries overlooking ... [Read More]
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From the kitchen to the driveway, there were some significant recalls this past week that you may have missed. Read on to see some of the things you may need to throw away or get fixed. [Read More]
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Read In search of salt from The Daily Astorian... [Read More]
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One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday night, the Greenwood Village Police Department said. The crash happened about 6:30 p.m. at South University Boulevard and Garden Lane, south of East Belleview Avenue. [Read More]
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Nintendo Switch gets an updated version of FIFA 19, but it's lacking much of what makes EA's footballing giant special. [Read More]
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