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Judge rules against Lancaster school district in refugee lawsuit

Judge rules against Lancaster school district in refugee lawsuit

Logistics are still being worked out, but the district's spokeswoman says officials will comply with the order and enroll the six teenagers involved in the case at McCaskey High School's International School when classes start

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Philly goes TIGER grant-less for first time, Camden scores $16.2 million

Philly goes TIGER grant-less for first time, Camden scores $16.2 million

Philadelphia's TIGER win streak is over.

Biden unveils faster Amtrak service (video)

Biden unveils faster Amtrak service (video)

In Wilmington, Amtrak executives announced a $2.4 billion plan set to provide faster service, replacing Amtrak's current fleet of the Acela Express.

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Op-ed: Refuting Donald Trump's claims of media bias
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Op-ed: Refuting Donald Trump's claims of media bias

Blame the liberal media. It's been a regular Republican talking point for over 40 years, ever since Vice President Spiro Agnew's criticism of the media as the "Nattering Nabobs of Negativism." Now it's Donald Trump's main

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Youth News Team: LGBT-inclusive sex education

I think truly inclusive sex education must address sexuality in a way that does not create negative impressions and harmful phobias. Like math and English, inclusive sex education should be mandatory.

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C-BARQ: Canine database seeks to better understand man's best friend

C-BARQ: Canine database seeks to better understand man's best friend

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, more than 43 million U.S. households have a dog. So yes, Americans love their pets, but many will admit their dog's behavior can sometimes be a bit of a mystery: what

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Battling suicides in idyllic ski towns of the West

Battling suicides in idyllic ski towns of the West

Idyllic ski towns like Aspen, Colorado and Jackson Hole, Wyoming may seem like heaven to some, so why do they experience higher than average numbers of suicides each year? And what can be done to reverse the trend?

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