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Free, but not for all

Education | Recent studies of tuition-free college programs show they don’t help the neediest students
by Leigh Jones
Posted 12/12/18, 05:36 pm

Voters in Seattle approved a tax increase in November to fund education initiatives, including a program making two years of community college free for all high school graduates.

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Baby, it’s nuts outside

Arts | Radio listeners get riled up about the sexual ethics of an old seasonal song
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 12/07/18, 04:29 pm

Radio listeners in Cleveland accused WDOK of spoiling the Christmas season by deciding not to play the song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” The station said it received complaints that the tune glorified sexual aggression toward women, but critics said the station caved to political correctness.

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USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 12/06/18, 10:59 am

USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy Wednesday in an effort to fight the loss of its Olympic status. The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) announced in November it no longer wanted USA Gymnastics to oversee Olympic team training and selection because of its mishandling of numerous sexual abuse claims against team doctor Larry Nassar, who is in jail, effectively for life, after being found guilty of multiple charges of molesting young athletes under the guise of medical care.

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