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Report points to IT skills shortage in government
A new report finds that the chances for attracting top information technology talent to government - which faces a massive shortage - are slim, Government Executive reports.
DIA estimate buoys bailout chances
A Christie's appraisal valuing 2,781 of the museum's city-bought pieces between $452 million and $866 million is expected to intensify talks brokered by Chief U.S. District Judge Gerald Rosen to create a privately financed fund that would bolster underfunded pension payments and protect the museum's collection from liquidation.
Editorial: De Blasio's drawing them into the tent
Got a suggestion for Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio about the city's direction for the next four years? Then get on down to the Talking Transition tent on Canal Street near Sixth Avenue and make your opinion heard.
The Daily Caller
New book documents how American taxpayers finance Palestinian terrorists
"As soon as a Palestinian terrorist murders an innocent civilian, blows up a bus, or commits any other act of terrorism in Israel, he or she goes on an official Palestinian Authority salary," Black explained to The Daily Caller.
The Miami Herald
Longer school days in store for some in 5 states
More than 9,000 students are attending select, high-poverty schools in Connecticut, Colorado, Massachusetts and New York that have developed expanded school schedules as part of the TIME Collaborative, or Time for Innovation Matters in Education.