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  1. Minden Teen Honored For Efforts To Stop Teen Tobacco UseRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | KOLO-TV Reno

    Douglas High School student Spencer Flanders has been named National Youth Advocate of the Year by Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. He recently returned from Washington where he attended the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids annual gala alongside former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and the 2015 winner of the Judy Wilkenfeld Award for International Tobacco Control Excellence.


  2. Moms Demand Action Witness Caught Giving Misleading TestimonyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Breitbart.com

    A woman testifying for Moms Demand Action has been called on the carpet for misleading the Texas Senate for implying by omission that the tragic killing of her husband by her son resulted from the use of a firearm. In reality, her son killed his father with a pipe wrench and a knife.


  3. Undergrad Tuition to Rise 3.5 Percent, Aid 7 PercentRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Tuition for full-time liberal arts and engineering undergraduates at the Johns Hopkins University will increase 3.5 percent this fall while the financial aid budget for those students rises 7 percent. The increase, $1,650, will bring the 2015-2016 tuition to $48,710 for undergraduates in the university's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering .


  4. Bomb threats prompt call to de Blasio for more school safety agentsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | SILive.com

    The recent bomb threats at schools throughout Staten Island have prompted a call to the culprits that they stop before "we really do have a tragedy" and for Mayor Bill de Blasio to step up safety in schools. "I think they should stop immediately before we really do have a tragedy," said Mike Reilly, president of Community Education Council, regarding the miscreants making the bogus threats.


  5. Is Your Balance Sheet An Effective Management Tool For Today And Tomorrow?Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Switched

    Water challenges, climate change, and other such issues are changing the business operating context like nothing we've ever seen before. Future-oriented companies are beginning to consider and account for impacts - with the plan of out-competing laggards to this change in context and business measures.


  6. Most influential Jewish innovators, entrepreneursRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    The Jerusalem Post has put together its annual list of ' 50 most influential Jews ' who have impacted the world last year, and have the potential to affect change in years to come. Shimon Peres The new kid on the block He's been out of office for almost a year, but Shimon Peres has stubbornly refused to become irrelevant.


  7. Reporting: ScienceBREAKTHROUGH Power Test a Success, but a.P. Sits on itRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2011 | American Reporter

    Now we've entered the stage of the Occupy Wall Street movement where things are starting to get dangerous for the brave American who insists upon exercising his or her First Amendment right to peaceably assemble to seek social change. We've seen mass arrests and the forcible dismantling of encampments in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, and other cities around the country.


  8. Trash TalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | City Journal

    New York City mayor Bill de Blasio announced this week that his administration has reached agreement on a contract with the Uniformed Sanitationmen's Association, Local 831. The city's more than 6,000 uniformed sanitation workers will receive 11 percent raises over the seven-year life of the contract.


  9. A first good step on NYCHARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Newsday

    Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with NYHC Chair Shola Olatoye and City speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, unveils a public housing plan on May 19, 2015, at James Weldon Johnson Community Center in Manhattan. Photo Credit: Yeong-Ung Yang Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with NYHC Chair Shola Olatoye and City speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, unveils a public housing plan on May 19, 2015, at James Weldon Johnson Community Center in Manhattan.


  10. When Goldman Sachs Began Flirting with BitcoinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | American Banker

    A few hours after Newsweek released its story about the man it alleged to be Satoshi Nakamoto, in March 2014, four men took the stage at an auditorium in the New York headquarters of the Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs to talk about Satoshi's creation. This was a private conference for some of the bank's most powerful hedge fund clients.


  11. Cities Urged Not To Ignore Marginalized Communities In Climate Change PlansRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | ThinkProgress

    When Tropical Storm Irene hit in 2011, New York City took protective measures by ordering mandatory evacuations. What it didn't consider, though, was how disabled residents would manage to leave their homes.


  12. Jennifer Openshaw: 'Socially responsible' investing has beaten the S&P 500 for decadesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MarketWatch

    Socially responsible investing is gaining major traction, thanks in part to the emergence in the U.S. of "impact investing," a concept that started in the U.K. "It has been a more galvanizing force for more sophisticated institutional investors - like the state of California's CalPERS that makes purchases of certain investments for a greener state," says Amy Domini, founder of the Domini Funds and one of the nation's chief architects of SRI. In 1986, pension funds globally moved to oppose apartheid in South Africa by divesting of some $200 billion in companies that supported it.


  13. Condo King gets nod from voters, Feibush back to workRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Business Journal

    Two real estate players were involved in Philadelphia's primary race, aiming to shake up city council and the status quo. Just one will get the chance.


  14. Single-Stream Recycling: Simple for Residents, Complex for the CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | City Limits

    A single-stream recycling container in downtown Chicago. Eliminating the separation of paper from other recyclables tends to boost participation rates but can alter the economics of recycling.


  15. De Blasio Reveals Plan to Solve 'Worst Financial Crisis' In NYCHA HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The New York Observer

    Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled today his administration's long-awaited "NextGeneration NYCHA" plan, designed to address what he called the "worst financial crisis" in the New York City Housing Authority 's eight-decade history-and simultaneously construct 10,000 new low-cost apartments that will count toward his ambitious affordable housing agenda . NextGeneration NYCHA, details of which the Observer reported last month, resembles former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial " infill " plan in calling for the leasing of open space at housing authority properties to private developers to build.


  16. School cellphone bans improve student test scoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | CBS News

    Reactions to bans prohibiting kids from having cellphones in schools have had mixed reactions, with proponents arguing they cut down on distraction and cheating , and parents countering that it's unsafe to cut off communication between them and their children. Now, a new study shows that there's academic merit to the bans.


  17. Association of Asian American Investment Managers Holds 2015 National ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | PRWeb

    New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli to receive AAAIM 2015 Champion's Award for commitment to industry diversity; nationwide mentorship program launched. AAAIM is pleased to host its national conference, which serves as an important forum for AAPIs to network with industry leaders, learn about current trends and issues, and gain access to national and international institutional investors.


  18. Michael Mulgrew: The better tests N.Y. kids deserveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | New York Daily News

    It's time to ring down the curtain on a long-running farce: New York's current statewide standardized tests. These exams - administered last month - give parents misleading information, encourage schools to focus on test-prep rather than real learning and are all but useless to teachers, the people who need them the most.


  19. Oregon Gun Owners Pledge to REFUSE to Comply With Strict New Gun Banning LawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Right Wing News

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  20. Columbia Journalism School to Host One-Sided Gun-Training Camp for Reporters in PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Phoenix New Times

    The prestigious Columbia Journalism School is offering a one-sided, two-day training camp about guns next month in Phoenix for select reporters across the country. " Covering Guns and Gun Violence ," hosted by the school's Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma and funded by ex-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, offers 30 select reporters "specialized reporting skills training to enhance the practical ability of journalists to report on guns and gun violence knowledgeably, ethically, and effectively."