"If racial equality was a sport," Ross would be "playing pick-up games," Noah said.
A new crowdfunding campaign seeks to raise $2 million to advance promising research that the government has largely neglected.
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But a bill that passed the Florida Senate this week proposing that the tax increase to 7 percent from 6 percent stalled in
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Still, using public funds may be a tough sell (go figure): The Orange Bowl Committee, fresh off what might have been a $25
But the timing is not good. Miami-Dade taxpayers are still furious about the county's terrible deal with the Miami Marlins
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"We just lost it," Joseph said. "We just thought it was ridiculous you would lose the coach but not the architect. We thought
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