Lack of accountability is disturbing

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‘Every man for himself’ leaves poor stranded

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What U.N. needs now: new voices at table

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No more misleading: why to nix Bush Nov. 2

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Normal relations would help reach U.S. goals

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U.S. must change to P.R. foreign policy

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Fascination with cult of royalty lives on

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N.C. child violence center to train staff

The National Center for Children Exposed to Violence (NCCEV) at the Yale Child Study Center (YCSC) has designated its long-time colleague and partner, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Child Development-Community Policing Partnership (CM CD-CP) in Charlotte, N.C. as the NCCEV’s Southeast Regional Training Center. The YCSC first set up the Child Development-Community Policing Partnership between Yale and the […]

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Warshaw devoted life to pediatrics

Joseph Warshaw, former chair of Pediatrics at the Yale School of Medicine and, more recently, dean of the University of Vermont College of Medicine, died Dec. 29, 2003 of multiple myeloma in Burlington, Vt. He was 67. Warshaw was an international expert on developmental biology and neonatal medical care and served as chair of pediatrics […]

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Local artists express dark humor, showcase satire

As visitors step inside the Space 63 Gallery on Audubon Street, they will be confronted with such images as Aretha Franklin “puking” the blues. The painting is part of a new exhibit titled “3 Miserable Bastards” that displays the humorous and insightful works of three local artists, brought together through their dark senses of humor. […]

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