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  1. Tuesday: Revisiting the New York World’s Fair, exploring what’s at stake in the 2020 census, and giving a whale a bath.

  2. A U.S. government crackdown on bond traders using questionable tactics resurfaced in a Connecticut courtroom at the trial of a former Cantor Fitzgerald LP managing director who is charged with ...

  3. April 23, 2018 Corpus Christi, Texas; and Washington —For as long as the 27th Congressional District in Texas has been embroiled in litigation over whether it was racially gerrymandered, Nick ...

  4. "[T]he freedom ... of the press" specially protects the press as an industry, which is to say newspapers, television stations, and the like—so have argued some judges and scholars, such as the ...

  5. April is autism month

    The Marietta Times11 hours ago

    “The numbers continue to grow,” said Susan Tilton, superintendent of the Washington County Board of Developmental Disabilities. “When I first started years ago it was one in 150 kids had autism ...

  6. Trump then expressed his displeasure with these state-imposed limitations.

  7. Verrazano Bridge Opened to Traffic

    New York Times5 days ago

    The sun shone, the sky was cloudless; bands played, cannons echoed up and down the harbor, flags waved, and thousands of motorists yesterday became part of the first--and perhaps only-- blissful ...

  8. The parents of two children killed at Sandy Hook elementary school in 2012 sued Alex Jones, the host of InfoWars, who had derided the shooting as fake and possibly staged by the government.

  9. Residential real estate transfers, April 22

    Omaha World-Herald3 days ago

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  10. The Lone Star state has a rich history and cultural heritage, with many firsts to its credit. A new Cato Institute project, Checkpoint: America, provides the maps and related information ...

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