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No April Fools: CIA Leaves Explosive Material on School Bus

No April Fools: CIA Leaves Explosive Material on School Bus

April 1, 2016 by Ryan Gray

Loudoun County Public Schools outside of Washington, D.C. said the CIA regrets overlooking a “combat-type explosive” that was left in a school bus engine compartment last week following routine training.

Supreme Court Decision in Friedrichs Reaffirms Collective Bargaining

Supreme Court Decision in Friedrichs Reaffirms Collective Bargaining

March 31, 2016 by Ryan Gray

The Supreme Court deadlocked on a case involving the constitutionality of public employees being required to pay dues and fees to unions is a victory for organized labor, but the door remains open to future legal challenges.

Golfer Els Shoots A Hole in One for Kids with Autism

Golfer Els Shoots A Hole in One for Kids with Autism

March 29, 2016 by Ryan Gray

This spring, The Els Center of Excellence will conclude its first school year. But for the students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) educated there, the $35-million facility is a year-round partner.

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