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[josh Blackman] Sg Files Brief In Harvard Affirmative Action Case, Teeing The Case For Review This...

[Guns, Abortion, and Affirmative Action in a single year. Why not?] In June, the Supreme Court CVSG'd Students for Fair Admission v. Harvard. At the time, I observed that the Court punted the case to the SG. Prelogar could have held onto the brief...

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Harvard-westlake, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame Are Headed For Showdown

Harvard-Westlake, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame basketball teams keep winning

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Majority Oppose Overturning Roe V. Wade: Poll

A majority of Americans say they oppose overturning Roe v. Wade, according to a new Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released exclusively to The Hill.Fifty-four percent of respondents polled said they opposed overturning Roe v. Wade if the court...
Related topics: Polls

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Us Democracy In Trouble? Half Of Young Americans Polled Agree

The findings from the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy school's national poll of Americans aged 18 to 29 suggest that half of young Americans are concerned about democracy in their country.
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Debating Islam While Muslims Show Us What It Is All About

Ivory tower mind games versus reality. My latest in FrontPage: By the time you read this, the world may have been convinced by Javad T. Hashmi, a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University, that Islam is a religion of peace, and that Christianity is...
Related topics: Religion

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Matthew Muller Update: 'gone Girl' Rapist Now In State Mental Hospital

In March 2015, Aaron Quinn and Denise Huskins awoke in their Vallejo, California home to what seemed like a robbery. The man who broke into their home, Matthew Muller -- a former Marine and a Harvard-trained lawyer -- drugged and tied them up, and...

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Scientists Discover That Living Robots Can Reproduce. What Could Go Wrong?

On Thursday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak covered a story that will leave you asking, "What could go wrong — besides everything?"A team of scientists from the University of Vermont and Harvard that recently created...
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Robots

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Ny Times Obituary Confuses Justice John Marshal Harlan I And Ii

On Tuesday, the New York Times published an obituary for Philip B. Heymann, a longtime DOJ attorney. As originally published, the article stated: After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1960, he clerked at the Supreme Court for Associate...

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Kayleigh Mcenany Says She Didn't Lie In The White House Briefing Room Because She Went To Oxford,...

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany holds up a copy of the New York Post in the briefing room.Alex Wong/Getty Images Former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany claims she didn't lie in the White House briefing room. She writes in...
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Astronomers Observe A New Type Of Binary Star Long Predicted To Exist

Researchers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian have observed a new type of binary star that has long been theorized to exist. The discovery finally confirms how a rare type of star in the universe forms and evolves.
Related topics: Space, Astrophysics, Scientific Discoveries

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Cell-based Living Robots Can Reproduce Themselves

It might soon be easy to build living robots — because they'll build themselves. New Scientistreports Harvard University, Tufts University and University of Vermont researchers have learned that their frog cell-based Xenobots can...
Related topics: Robots

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Charles Fried's Hat And Sweater

Charles Fried is a law professor at Harvard, and served in several positions in the Reagan Administration, including as Solicitor General. During the debates over the Affordable Care Act, Fried made national headlines. He promised that if the...
Related topics: Debate

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Birmingham Is Aiming To Be No. 1 Boys' Soccer Team In 2022

Birmingham returns key players in boys' soccer, while Harvard-Westlake is looking for Thompson sisters to make them girls' soccer playoff contender.

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Cdc Director Rochelle Walensky Lauded The Success Of China's 'really Strict' Lockdowns

A little over a year ago, Rochelle Walensky—then a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, now the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—gave an interview to WBUR in which she noted the purported successes of...
Related topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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Cdc Director Rochelle Walensky Lauded The Success Of China's 'really Strict' Lockdowns

A little over a year ago, Rochelle Walensky—then a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, now the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—gave an interview to WBUR in which she noted the purported successes of...
Related topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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Jacob Huggins Is Off To A Strong Start Leading Harvard-westlake To 4-0 Start

Six-foot-eight junior Jacob Huggins helps lead Harvard-Westlake to a 4-0 start with a 70-35 win over Granada Hills on Tuesday.

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Alan Dershowitz To Depose Ex-victoria’s Secret Ceo In Epstein Case

NEW YORK — Legal eagle Alan Dershowitz has won the right to depose Leslie Wexner of Victoria’s Secret fame. Dershowitz, a Harvard Law School professor, has been fighting the allegation of Virginia Giuffre that he, along with Prince Andrew, had...

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“this Is Our Best Shot”: Ruben Gallego On Build Back Better, His New Book—and Whether He’ll...

Ruben Gallego’s path to the House of Representatives has been an unusual one. He grew up working class on the south side of Chicago. He got into Harvard. He got kicked out of Harvard. In 2000, he joined the Marine Corps. Peacetime soon enough...

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Reducing Lung Transplant Rejection Aim Of Clinical Trial Funded With $22 Million Grant

Physicians at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in Boston have received a seven-year, $22 million grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases...
Related topics: Clinical Trials, Medical Research, Allergies

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The Revealing Stupidity Of Nicholas Goldberg

Nicholas Goldberg went to Harvard, and he’s more virtuous than you. Read any of his columns at the Los Angeles Times, where he is the current associate editor and former editorial page editor, and that message becomes clear. An especially...

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