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A.C. will retain most of the revenue from closed casinos, Fitch forecasts

A.C. will retain most of the revenue from closed casinos, Fitch forecastsAtlantic City lost two of its 11 casinos over the weekend, Showboat and the Revel. But can it hold on to their displaced customers?  

Christie visiting Mexico for exposure on international stage, analysts say

Christie visiting Mexico for exposure on international stage, analysts sayNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie begins a three-day official visit to Mexico Wednesday with goals, according to his office, of promoting stronger relations, job creation and higher education opportunities.

Companies that can't find skilled workers might need to re-evaluate their standards

Companies that can't find skilled workers might need to re-evaluate their standardsThe U.S. economy is bouncing back from the depths of the recession. Still, it's not clear how employees across the country are benefiting.

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In conversation with Acel Moore

WHYY's Elizabeth Fielder recently sat down with journalist Acel Moore, who blazed a trail through Philadelphia's journalism community, to talk about the 1964 North Philadelphia riots, and their lingering effects today.
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1964 North Philly riots: Why destroy their own neighborhood?

Long after the fires from the riots had finally burned out, one question lingered: "Why did they destroy their own neighborhood?" Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson thinks back to those days in August 1964, when Columbia Avenue

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A.C. will retain most of the revenue from closed casinos, Fitch forecasts

A.C. will retain most of the revenue from closed casinos, Fitch forecasts

Atlantic City lost two of its 11 casinos over the weekend, Showboat and the Revel. But can it hold on to their displaced customers?  
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Pregnant Pa. inmates continue to be shackled, despite state law

Pregnant Pa. inmates continue to be shackled, despite state law

In 2010, Pennsylvania passed a law prohibiting the shackling of pregnant inmates after their second trimester, but as reporter Audrey Quinn discovered, enforcing it has proved challenging.
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