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College Football’s Growing Problem: Empty Seats

College Football’s Growing Problem: Empty Seats

Announced attendance dropped 3.2% in football’s top division last season, but schools’ ticket scans show even fewer fans in stands.

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Trump’s Nafta Rewrite Holds Promise for Labor Unions

Trump’s Nafta Rewrite Holds Promise for Labor Unions

Labor unions, a traditional adversary of the Republican Party, could be a winner in President Trump’s planned rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Published 1 month ago

Justice Department Says Harvard Hurts Asian Americans’ Admissions Prospects With ‘Personal Rating’

Justice Department Says Harvard Hurts Asian Americans’ Admissions Prospects With ‘Personal Rating’

The Justice Department says Harvard puts Asian-American applicants at a disadvantage through the school’s use of a subjective “personal rating.”

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Trump threatens to pull US out of the WTO

Trump threatens to pull US out of the WTO

President’s broadside comes as negotiations over Nafta continue in Washington

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Starbucks’ Frappuccino Gets a Sugar Makeover

Starbucks’ Frappuccino Gets a Sugar Makeover

Starbucks is putting its decadent Frappuccino on a diet, looking to reduce the popular drink’s high sugar levels.

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Declassified Interrogation Reports Show How Much Iran Shaped Iraq War

Declassified Interrogation Reports Show How Much Iran Shaped Iraq War

Recently declassified U.S. interrogation reports shed new light on one of Iraq’s most prominent Shiite political figures and Iran’s role in training and arming Iraqi militias that attacked U.S. troops during the Iraq War.

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The ‘Trump Slump’: With a Friend in the White House, Gun Sales Sag

The ‘Trump Slump’: With a Friend in the White House, Gun Sales Sag

Turbocharged by the threat of bans and restrictions, U.S. weapons sales accelerated during the Obama administration, especially for the AR-15 semiautomatic rifle. An industry that thrived on panic over gun control now aims for a new approach.

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Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

President Trump said he will invoke his emergency authority to cancel pay increases for civilian federal workers next year, citing strained federal budgets.

Published 1 month ago

Trump’s Nafta Rewrite Holds Promise for Labor Unions

Trump’s Nafta Rewrite Holds Promise for Labor Unions

Labor unions, a traditional adversary of the Republican Party, could be a winner in President Trump’s planned rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Published 1 month ago

Trump Says Attorney General Jeff Sessions Will Stay at Least Until November Midterm Elections

Trump Says Attorney General Jeff Sessions Will Stay at Least Until November Midterm Elections

President Trump said Attorney General Jeff Sessions will stay on the job at least until the November midterm elections.

Published 1 month ago

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

President Trump said he will invoke his emergency authority to cancel pay increases for civilian federal workers next year, citing strained federal budgets.

Published 1 month ago

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

Trump Says He’ll Eliminate Pay Raises for Civilian Federal Employees Next Year

President Trump said he will invoke his emergency authority to cancel pay increases for civilian federal workers next year, citing strained federal budgets.

Published 1 month ago

Trump’s Nafta Rewrite Holds Promise for Labor Unions

Trump’s Nafta Rewrite Holds Promise for Labor Unions

Labor unions, a traditional adversary of the Republican Party, could be a winner in President Trump’s planned rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Published 1 month ago

Starbucks’ Frappuccino Gets a Sugar Makeover

Starbucks’ Frappuccino Gets a Sugar Makeover

Starbucks is putting its decadent Frappuccino on a diet, looking to reduce the popular drink’s high sugar levels.

Published 1 month ago

Schools Crack Down as More Students Cut Class

Schools Crack Down as More Students Cut Class

The growing problem of children skipping school has districts across the country experimenting with solutions, from punishments to rewards. But educators are divided about what approach works.

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