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Judge Rules Teacher Should Lose Job After Facebook Post

Judge Rules Teacher Should Lose Job After Facebook Post

A New Jersey administrative law judge has ruled that a first-grade teacher who wrote that she was a "warden for future criminals" on Facebook earlier this year should lose her tenured job.

Mexico Elections: 5 Takeaways from López Obrador’s Victory

Mexico Elections: 5 Takeaways from López Obrador’s Victory

The leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected president of Mexico in a landslide victory on Sunday.

At de Blasio Inaugural, Speeches by Two Who Might Replace Him

At de Blasio Inaugural, Speeches by Two Who Might Replace Him

Scott M. Stringer was sworn in on Monday for a second term as the New York City comptroller during a ceremony at City Hall plaza.

APNewsBreak: Feds drop earlier Bulger case

APNewsBreak: Feds drop earlier Bulger case

Federal prosecutors have moved to drop a 1994 racketeering indictment against mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger.

Trump Seeks to Block Pay Raises for Federal Workers

Trump Seeks to Block Pay Raises for Federal Workers

President Trump acted Thursday to block pay increases for federal workers that are due on Jan. 1. He has sought to peel back the labor protections of civil servants, but ran into a legal setback last week.

Australia’s Gun Laws Are Not a Model for America

Australia’s Gun Laws Are Not a Model for America

In Sydney, thousands of banned firearms were collected in 1997 as part of the Australian government’s buyback program after the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre, in which 35 people died when a gunman went on a shooting rampage.


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