Six Climbers Are Missing on Mount Rainier

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Matt Hegeman, a well-known climber, was among those presumed dead after an avalanche or a fall in what could be the worst episode on the mountain in Washington State in decades.
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Half of New York’s Tech Workers Lack College Degrees, Report Says

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A commissioned report shows how important the technology sector has become to New York City’s economy.
    

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It’s Not Happening Just in the Big Cities

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In the latest article from Minneapolis, Adjunct Professors Say They Are The Temp-Workers of the classroom, It has become apparent that the plight of adjuncts has much wider repercussions than just …

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The New York Public Library Has A Brilliant New Mapping Tool That History … – Business Insider

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The New York Public Library Has A Brilliant New Mapping Tool That History …
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That’s not the cool part, since many of these maps are already available online in some form or another, if you know what to look for.

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Breyer’s dangerous dissent in McCutcheon (the campaign finance case) – Washington Post

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Breyer’s dangerous dissent in McCutcheon (the campaign finance case) Washington Post According to Progressive advocates of constitutional protection for freedom of expression, the more active a role played by government, the more important it is to…

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Author Lee Sandlin On The History Of Tornado Chasing – St. Louis Public Radio

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Author Lee Sandlin On The History Of Tornado Chasing
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Tornados have been a source of fascination to author Lee Sandlin since he was a kid growing up in the Midwest.

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Thousands of Historic Maps Released by New York Public Library | History Today

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RT @OHASSTA: History – Thousands of Historic #Maps Released by New York Public Library http://t.co/dIVW5Uu0rA

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