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He interviewed New York University professor Jay Rosen , who wrote about NPR's changes to the ombudsman's job description and was criticized by NPR Chief Content Officer Kinsey Wilson and NPR Senior Vice President of News Margaret Low Smith for what they called "lazy" and "lousy" reporting.
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Shanita Love said Lovette told her and her boyfriend - Demario Atwater - on the morning of Jan. 18, 2008, that he and Atwater's half-brother "killed a guy" after taking him to an ATM machine and then took a camcorder, iPod and cellphone from his Anderson Street home.
Members of the city's new redevelopment commission are, from left, Commissioner Jon Cawley, Commissioner Steve Yokeley, Tom Webb, Alton Gaither, Jarod... Mount Airy officials have delayed spending as much as $110,000 for an outside entity to help a new redevelopment commission get organized.
July 21, 2014 - Xerox today announced the appointment of John Kennedy as chief marketing officer and a vice president of the corporation, effective July 28, 2014.
In this photo taken Sunday, April 11, 2010, a Palestinian smuggler works inside a tunnel in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.
A multifaceted event designed to appeal to a variety of interests will be held on Saturday to benefit STAR Riding.
As graduation parties wrap up and summer stretches on, college and high school grads may be throwing themselves into the job search.
Among uncircumcised men in Kenya, compensation in the form of food vouchers worth approximately U.S. $9 or $15, compared with lesser or no compensation, resulted in a modest increase in the prevalence of circumcision after 2 months, according to a study published by JAMA .
Defense attorney Kevin Bradley said prosecutors violated rules of discovery, which essentially require each party in a case to turn over all evidence they have to the other side.
Jill's House, which provides respite for children with intellectual disabilities and their families, is one of six finalists in the first-ever “Ultimate Neighborhood Give Back Challenge,” sponsored by Chicago-based Guaranteed Rate, one of the largest retail mortgage lenders in the country.
Along with stirring up unrest among local residents, a newly formed redevelopment commission in Mount Airy could pose a major financial cost for taxpayers.
However, if you are a serious policy geek and you happen to have visited the website of the U.S. Economic Development Administration in the last few months, you might have seen something unusual.
This July, nine months after Congress failed to pass appropriations legislation _ shutting down much of the government and sending hundreds of thousands of federal workers home for more than two weeks _ some hospitals are reporting higher-than-average numbers of births.
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