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Will the South Teach the North About Police Reform?
Rev. Al Sharpton
President and Founder, National Action Network
We are a long way from justice and this case will have to work its way through the prosecutor, jury selection and trial, but just the contrast of this tragic incident and that of Garner's death and others is remarkable.
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22 Things You've Definitely Eaten If You Grew Up in New England
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One thing you'll never hear them gripe about is the food.
Ski Bums Pick: The East's Top 3 Most Livable Ski Towns
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These places cater to "graduated" ski bums who want to keep playing hard but might be realizing it's time to earn their turns -- by working, too.
A Tick Bite, an Illness and Questionable Diagnostic Tests
Journalist with the New England Center for Investigative Repor...
There are thousands of truly sick people who are convinced that they have a chronic form of Lyme. But many of them receive a diagnosis based on unvalidated tests that have never fully been proven to show they correctly identify the disease.
A Report on Climate Change and Flooding in the Northeastern U.S.
Backyard beekeeper and small egg producer
Two of the most recent papers published on the subject as it relates to the Northeastern United States, do not tell the apocalyptic tale shared by
director Darren Aronofsky. Rather, these studies are straightforward reminders
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Americans Flee The Northeast Because It's The Northeast
A study released earlier this year showed that New Jersey had the highest ratio of people moving out compared to those moving
Drake's Cakes: I Am That Yankee Doodle Boy
Andrew J. Lederer
As a New Yorker, I have, in these months of paucity, been far more concerned about the fate of Hostess' regional arch-competitor and eventual companion brand, Drake's.
New England Skiing After Winter Storm 'Nemo'
But imperfection –- not to mention charming colonial towns -– is part of the joy of skiing New England. Enthusiasts would
Breastfeeding in Public: Where Do American Moms Really Stand?
Gina Cicatelli Ciagne, CLC
Senior Director, Professional Relations, Lansinoh Laboratories
In 2012, breastfeeding entered mainstream American dialogue as either a polarizing or a unifying topic for a wide variety of mothers, parents, employers and public officials across the country.
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Vermont Facts And Trivia For Winter Travelers
Vermont's versatile virtues and vigorous values are as vast and vital as the valleys. Visionaries, virtuosos, valors and viticulturists voluntarily abide here without vociferous vituperation.
Stylish Historic Getaways Of The Northeast (PHOTOS)
History is alive in the Northeast where many elegant old homes have been transformed into comfortable inns that are now stylish historic getaways.
Great Recession Hit South, West The Hardest While Largely Sparing Northeast
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* Study measured population's income losses States with the worst economic losses from 2008 to 2010 were Florida, Georgia
The Highest-Paying Colleges: American Association of University Professors Study 2012
The average full professor at Harvard University makes slightly less than $200,000 a year, according to a new survey from
Dartmouth Hazing: Faculty Condemn 'Moral Thuggery' In Letter To Administration
The Dartmouth hazing scandal has now prompted a strongly worded letter from the Ivy League school's faculty, condemning the
Harvard Students Write Crowd Sourced Relationship Primer
Ever wanted to know what romantic advice Harvard students had to give each other? Our favorite part was when a fake Drew
Yeshiva University Stunned By Tale Of A Tryst
It all started with a provocative, anonymous essay about premarital sex published by an online student newspaper on Monday
Breaking Bad, College Edition?
The 15 People Who Knew About Sandusky Before He Was Arrested
Jerry Sandusky worked for Penn State for 32 years as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator. He is charged with sexually
VIDEO: Joe Paterno Addresses Students From His Window
According to the New York Times, Paterno, the winningest coach in college football history, may step down or be forced to
Penn State Scandal: Your Reactions
In jeopardy is the school's once-revered football coach, Joe Paterno, elevated to the level of a god on Penn State's idyllic
'How Penn State Broke My Heart'
Success with honor. These three words are so simple, yet they mean so much to everyone involved with Penn State. Read more
Cooper Union Considers Charging Tuition
What do you think about Cooper Union's possible plan to charge tuition? Weigh in below. The school, also regarded for its
Family Vacations In The Northeast: A Huffington Post Travel Guide
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NYU Nixes National Merit Scholarship
New York University pulled out of the National Merit scholarships, becoming at least the ninth school to stop funding one
Penn Students Make Room For Marriage
Wharton senior Matt Swanson flew down to Florida for fall break. But unlike many Florida-bound students who were busy reclaiming
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