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Abortion fight defines Kansas prosecutor race

ROXANA HEGEMAN,Associated Press

August 6, 2012


Filed under Opinion

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - There is no escaping abortion politics in Wichita, where the race between two Republicans for district attorney could come down to who voters believe is a stronger opponent. The campaign highlights how the debate has changed since an activist gunned down one of the country's few re...

Jordan, NBA players to raise money for Obama

KEN THOMAS,Associated Press

August 6, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  AP-US-Obama-NBA-Fundraisers/269 Eds: Adds photo. With AP Photos. Jordan, NBA players to raise money for Obama  KEN THOMAS,Associated Press     WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is joining NBA legend Michael Jordan and an array of basketball stars to raise money for his re-election...

Jordan, NBA players to raise money for Obama

KEN THOMAS,Associated Press

August 6, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  AP-US-Obama-NBA-Fundraisers/269 Eds: Adds photo. With AP Photos. Jordan, NBA players to raise money for Obama  KEN THOMAS,Associated Press     WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is joining NBA legend Michael Jordan and an array of basketball stars to raise money for his re-election...

L.A. Daybook

The Associated Press

August 6, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  AP-CA--LA Daybook/517 L.A. Daybook  The Associated Press     Associated Press L.A. Daybook for Wednesday, Aug. 8. CA-LOS ANGELES Not for publication or broadcast. For planning purposes only. Listings do not indicate the AP will cover the events. Please keep the AP in mind when news o...

L.A. Daybook

The Associated Press

August 6, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  AP-CA--LA Daybook/517 L.A. Daybook  The Associated Press     Associated Press L.A. Daybook for Wednesday, Aug. 8. CA-LOS ANGELES Not for publication or broadcast. For planning purposes only. Listings do not indicate the AP will cover the events. Please keep the AP in mind when news o...

More than gay marriage driving Chick-fil-A flap

BILL BARROW,Associated Press

August 6, 2012


Filed under Opinion

ATLANTA (AP) - When President Barack Obama said same-sex couples should have the right to marry, it was national news for a few days before the presidential campaign and the country went back to business as usual. Yet weeks after a fast-food executive doubled down on his opposition to gay marriage...

DTK: Charles Reed Announces Retirement

Zach Seemayer

July 11, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  In a shocking turn of events today, Chancellor Charles Reed announced his retirement from the CSU system in a personal message sent out to all CSU Employees. According to Reed, he is resigning because everyone likes him too much, and he is just too beloved to continue to serve as Chancellor.   "I would like to express m...

DTK: Charles Reed Announces Retirement

Zach Seemayer

July 11, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  In a shocking turn of events today, Chancellor Charles Reed announced his retirement from the CSU system in a personal message sent out to all CSU Employees. According to Reed, he is resigning because everyone likes him too much, and he is just too beloved to continue to serve as Chancellor.   "I would like to express m...

I Am Not Going Out This Way

Christine M. Kennedy

July 11, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  I am not going out this way.  From the weekly meetings (May 2012) of the Academic Senate, I just discovered that the university policy for repeating a course and grade replacement was recently settled.  The undergraduate students will be able to retake a class for an opportunity to gain a...

I Am Not Going Out This Way

Christine M. Kennedy

July 11, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  I am not going out this way.  From the weekly meetings (May 2012) of the Academic Senate, I just discovered that the university policy for repeating a course and grade replacement was recently settled.  The undergraduate students will be able to retake a class for an opportunity to gain a...

Miami Zombie Attack Just The Beginning

Zach Seemayer

June 28, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  The biggest news story this week, hands down, was the Zombie incident in Miami, where a man went insane, stripped off all his clothes, and eat off the face of a homeless man before getting shoot to 'death' by police.   Apparently, the man was on drugs. Or at least, that's what the police would h...

Miami Zombie Attack Just The Beginning

Zach Seemayer

June 28, 2012


Filed under Opinion

  The biggest news story this week, hands down, was the Zombie incident in Miami, where a man went insane, stripped off all his clothes, and eat off the face of a homeless man before getting shoot to 'death' by police.   Apparently, the man was on drugs. Or at least, that's what the police would h...

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