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Luis Miguel – While most Afghans revile the excesses of the Taliban, they also loathed the systematic secularization and state atheism of the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan

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Federal aviation officials and air-traffic controllers warned Wednesday that flights through big-city hub airports could suffer major delays under automatic government spending cuts scheduled to begin Friday

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Joan Bien – Last week, a Ventura County jury decided a fatal case of driving under the influence that occurred in 2011. The verdict was guilty

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Joan Trossman Bien – According to the Centers for Disease Control, only 60 percent of health care workers get their flu shots. In a very few states, the workers are required to get inoculated or be fired.

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Parents at Desert Trails Elementary School in Adelanto, Ca. wait for the board to vote. (Photo by Natasha Lindstrom)

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Robin Shine – A series of meetings have been held this week with an array of organizations including the NRA and other gun organizations,

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Luis A. Miguel – We find ourselves struggling with and averting one form of economic crisis (if but partially) only to collide with further challenges of equally daunting complexity.

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Classical education is still the choice of some. Memoria Press provides complete packages to fill that need.

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The Obama Administration cleared a total of 17 states, including California, to run health insurance exchanges that will allow

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California captured more than 10% of the available slots, with eleven of the top 100 public colleges ranked for best value.

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