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New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg doesn’t think so. What do you think?
Although last week was a tough one for the Obama administration, the president's popularity doesn’t seem to have been affected.
The state Department of Education released the first results from the new Georgia College and Career Ready Performance Index on May 7. Walton County Schools scored above the state average in elementary, middle and high school levels.
Nestlé USA voluntarily recalled four different frozen pizzas because the pizza may contain fragments of clear plastic, the company announced Friday.
What do you think about the agency's approval of over-the-counter emergency contraceptive for ages 15 and up.
Collins, who has played for the Atlanta Hawks and several other NBA teams, announces he's gay in a Sports Illustrated article.
According to CareerCast.com, the job of a newspaper reporter is the absolute worst one to have. How does yours measure up?
The FBI last week released photographs of two men suspected in the April 15 bombing at the Boston Marathon, leading to them being quickly identified.
Unaware he was already on air, A.J. Clemente muttered the infamous F-word before being introduced during his first day on the job with an NBC affiliate in North Dakota.
The U.S. House of Representatives last week passed a cybersecurity bill that allows corporations to share customers’ personal data.
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