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Former GOP Rep. Trey Radel’s Record Cleared

Authorities have expunged the record of former Rep. Trey Radel after the Florida Republican completed his probation ahead of schedule, WINK News reported on Thursday. The lawmaker resigned from Congress in January after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine . Last year, an undercover police officer sold Radel 3.5 grams of cocaine for $250 at a restaurant in Washington, D.C.

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Former GOP Rep. Trey Radel’s Record Cleared

Authorities have expunged the record of former Rep. Trey Radel after the Florida Republican completed his probation ahead of schedule, WINK News reported on Thursday. The lawmaker resigned from Congress in January after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine . Last year, an undercover police officer sold Radel 3.5 grams of cocaine for $250 at a restaurant in Washington, D.C.

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Former GOP Rep. Trey Radel’s Record Cleared

Authorities have expunged the record of former Rep. Trey Radel after the Florida Republican completed his probation ahead of schedule, WINK News reported on Thursday. The lawmaker resigned from Congress in January after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine . Last year, an undercover police officer sold Radel 3.5 grams of cocaine for $250 at a restaurant in Washington, D.C

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Military Sex Survey Draws Complaints

WASHINGTON (AP) — Shocked and offended by explicit questions, some U.S. servicemen and women are complaining about a new sexual-assault survey that hundreds of thousands have been asked to complete. The survey is conducted every two years.

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Military Sex Survey Draws Complaints

WASHINGTON (AP) — Shocked and offended by explicit questions, some U.S. servicemen and women are complaining about a new sexual-assault survey that hundreds of thousands have been asked to complete. The survey is conducted every two years. But this year’s version, developed by the Rand Corp., is unusually detailed, including graphically personal questions on sexual acts. More..

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Military Sex Survey Draws Complaints

WASHINGTON (AP) — Shocked and offended by explicit questions, some U.S. servicemen and women are complaining about a new sexual-assault survey that hundreds of thousands have been asked to complete. The survey is conducted every two years. But this year’s version, developed by the Rand Corp., is unusually detailed, including graphically personal questions on sexual acts.

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These Are The States With The Most Students For Every Teacher

There are substantially more students per every teacher in California than there are in Vermont. New data released this week from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) shows how student-teacher ratio varied by state in the 2012 – 2013 school year. On average, there were 16 teachers per every public school student in the country that year. However, numbers ranged from a high of almost 24 students for every teacher in California, to about 11 students per every teacher in Vermont, as seen in the map below: More…

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These Are The States With The Most Students For Every Teacher

There are substantially more students per every teacher in California than there are in Vermont. New data released this week from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) shows how student-teacher ratio varied by state in the 2012 – 2013 school year. On average, there were 16 teachers per every public school student in the country that year. However, numbers ranged from a high of almost 24 students for every teacher in California, to about 11 students per every teacher in Vermont, as seen in the map below: More…

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These Are The States With The Most Students For Every Teacher

There are substantially more students per every teacher in California than there are in Vermont. New data released this week from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) shows how student-teacher ratio varied by state in the 2012 – 2013 school year. On average, there were 16 teachers per every public school student in the country that year. However, numbers ranged from a high of almost 24 students for every teacher in California, to about 11 students per every teacher in Vermont, as seen in the map below: More…

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Why Scapegoating Bats Is A Big Mistake For Human Health

Even before allegations emerged that West Africa’s Ebola outbreak may have originated in bats, public opinion of the animal was hardly glowing. Years as a Halloween icon cast a dark shadow over the flying mammal’s reputation. But leading experts in ecology and public health — even Batman himself — now beg you to reconsider. More…

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Why Scapegoating Bats Is A Big Mistake For Human Health

Even before allegations emerged that West Africa’s Ebola outbreak may have originated in bats, public opinion of the animal was hardly glowing. Years as a Halloween icon cast a dark shadow over the flying mammal’s reputation. But leading experts in ecology and public health — even Batman himself — now beg you to reconsider. More…

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Why Scapegoating Bats Is A Big Mistake For Human Health

Even before allegations emerged that West Africa’s Ebola outbreak may have originated in bats, public opinion of the animal was hardly glowing. Years as a Halloween icon cast a dark shadow over the flying mammal’s reputation. But leading experts in ecology and public health — even Batman himself — now beg you to reconsider. More…

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Former California State Senator To Begin Jail Term For Fraud, Perjury

By Dana Feldman LOS ANGELES, Oct 31 (Reuters) – A former California state senator convicted of perjury and voter fraud for lying to cover up the fact that he lived outside the district he represented was due to surrender to authorities on Friday to begin serving a 90-day jail term. Roderick Wright, one of three Democrats in the state Senate caught up in ethics scandals since last year and the first to face criminal proceedings, had until the end of the day to turn himself over to sheriff’s deputies at a downtown Los Angeles jail facility. He was convicted in January of fraudulent voting, perjury by declaration and filing a false declaration of candidacy in one of three misconduct scandals that effectively cost Democrats their cherished two-thirds majority in the state Senate. Senator Leland Yee of San Francisco was suspended after his indictment on racketeering, wire fraud and conspiracy charges, to which he has pleaded not guilty. And Senator Ron Calderon, from an area east of Los Angeles, took a leave of absence to fight two dozen counts of bribery, fraud, money laundering and conspiracy.

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Former California State Senator To Begin Jail Term For Fraud, Perjury

By Dana Feldman LOS ANGELES, Oct 31 (Reuters) – A former California state senator convicted of perjury and voter fraud for lying to cover up the fact that he lived outside the district he represented was due to surrender to authorities on Friday to begin serving a 90-day jail term. Roderick Wright, one of three Democrats in the state Senate caught up in ethics scandals since last year and the first to face criminal proceedings, had until the end of the day to turn himself over to sheriff’s deputies at a downtown Los Angeles jail facility. He was convicted in January of fraudulent voting, perjury by declaration and filing a false declaration of candidacy in one of three misconduct scandals that effectively cost Democrats their cherished two-thirds majority in the state Senate. Senator Leland Yee of San Francisco was suspended after his indictment on racketeering, wire fraud and conspiracy charges, to which he has pleaded not guilty. And Senator Ron Calderon, from an area east of Los Angeles, took a leave of absence to fight two dozen counts of bribery, fraud, money laundering and conspiracy

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Most Americans Don’t Think Churches Should Be Exempt From LGBT Non-Discrimination Laws

According to a new Harris poll released Thursday, two-thirds of Americans support federal legislation that would bar employers from discriminating against workers on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, and 55 percent reject exemptions for any employers — even churches. The online survey, conducted Sept. 10-18 with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates and Witeck Communications, found that only 35 percent of Americans think religious organizations are legally justified to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers on faith-based grounds.

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Most Americans Don’t Think Churches Should Be Exempt From LGBT Non-Discrimination Laws

According to a new Harris poll released Thursday, two-thirds of Americans support federal legislation that would bar employers from discriminating against workers on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, and 55 percent reject exemptions for any employers — even churches. The online survey, conducted Sept. 10-18 with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates and Witeck Communications, found that only 35 percent of Americans think religious organizations are legally justified to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers on faith-based grounds. Slightly fewer respondents, 30 percent, made the same exception for privately held businesses. About 1 in 5 Americans said publicly held businesses should be able to claim a religious exemption as well, according to the survey, which interviewed 2,543 adults in the United States.

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Most Americans Don’t Think Churches Should Be Exempt From LGBT Non-Discrimination Laws

According to a new Harris poll released Thursday, two-thirds of Americans support federal legislation that would bar employers from discriminating against workers on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, and 55 percent reject exemptions for any employers — even churches. The online survey, conducted Sept. 10-18 with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates and Witeck Communications, found that only 35 percent of Americans think religious organizations are legally justified to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers on faith-based grounds. Slightly fewer respondents, 30 percent, made the same exception for privately held businesses

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Madonna Looks Pretty Great, We’ll Concede

Maybe — just maybe! — if we give her what she wants, she’ll go away. Or at least start making better music or wearing something other than black lace and leather all the damn time, who knows. Madonna looks super, super great — this is what she…

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Love It or Leave It: Emma Watson’s Sheer Elegance

Here’s some more fashion-based evidence that Emma Watson can do no wrong, because this is what she showed up wearing in public, and it doesn’t even matter where: when Emma Watson walks into the room, all eyes glaze over at her beauty and folks in…

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Love It or Leave It: Emma Watson’s Sheer Elegance

Here’s some more fashion-based evidence that Emma Watson can do no wrong, because this is what she showed up wearing in public, and it doesn’t even matter where: when Emma Watson walks into the room, all eyes glaze over at her beauty and folks in…

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