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South African court increases Oscar Pistorius' jail term

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South African court increases Oscar Pistorius' jail term


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Thune basically right about who pays Obamacare fines

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Thune basically right about who pays Obamacare fines


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Nick Fitzgerald addresses questionable gesture he made to teammates while leaving the field

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Nick Fitzgerald addresses questionable gesture he made to teammates while leaving the field


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Florida suspends Kevarrius Hayes for violation of team rules

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Florida suspends Kevarrius Hayes for violation of team rules


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Guests staying at your house? Here's how to avoid a Brown Friday disaster

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Guests staying at your house? Here's how to avoid a Brown Friday disaster


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States investigate Uber over massive data breach

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States investigate Uber over massive data breach


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  • Robot builders prep for competition
    Robot builders prep for competition

    , delawareonline.com

    Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Robot builders prep for competition Students around Delaware are working toward the FIRST Tech Challenge competition by participating in 'scrimmages' before the statewide event in February. A recent meet at Padua showed them how far they've come and what still needs work. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed
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Sports

  • NBA twins Robin and Brook Lopez were raised to be different
    NBA twins Robin and Brook Lopez were raised to be different

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    Deborah Ledford used a simple philosophy as she navigated the complex task of raising four boys as a single working mother in Fresno, Calif. "You don't worry about the dirt in the corners," Ledford said by phone. As long as the clothes and dishes were clean, and ample food fueled the growing Lopez boys, it allowed the household to pursue the artistic and athletic endeavors that Ledford and her parents found most important
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Health

  • Thune basically right about who pays Obamacare fines
    Thune basically right about who pays Obamacare fines

    , ajc.com

    Senate Republicans’ move to include in their tax reform bill a repeal of the requirement to have health insurance revealed numbers few people had noted before. (The mandate says that everyone must have coverage or face a fine.) Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., said, “We’re taking a failed policy that punishes people with taxes — low-income people.” In 2016, the fine for not having insurance was $695 for adults
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  • Have fun working off that Thanksgiving meal
    Have fun working off that Thanksgiving meal

    , delawareonline.com

    If you feel like the Christmas classics start to haunt you and irritate you, you are not alone. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more. Buy Photo. Entering a fourth season, it looks like Wilmington has a new holiday tradition on its hands. With cold air pushing in and Thanksgiving dinners hitting tables, that means the city's is about to be swarming with families looking for an outdoor skate session
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Education

  • AJC top teacher Maureen Wales of Fulton goes above beyond for students, past and present
    AJC top teacher Maureen Wales of Fulton goes above beyond for students, past and present

    , ajc.com

    The AJC created the Celebrating Teachers Awards this year to showcase remarkable Georgia educators. More than 375 teachers were nominated in the inaugural round of the awards, and a panel of education professors chose 10 winners. These teachers share a key trait: They go above and beyond for their students and their schools. Since this is Thanksgiving week, a time to express gratitude, I am sharing the nominating letters and photos of all 10 teachers, two each day from Monday to Friday
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