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Today's News: April 7, 2017

California’s Historic Drought Ends Gregory Bull / AP California Governor Jerry Brown declared the state’s historic five-year drought over Friday, lifting some emergency restrictions that forced the state’s residents to curb their water intake. The announcement comes after one of the state’s wettest winters on record, though Brown cautioned Californians …

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WNBA’s Oklahoma Shock Approved To Move To Dallas

Basketball fans in Dallas have been having quite a turbulent summer, as the entire country watched Mark Cuban and his Dallas Mavericks squad strike out quite publicly with prized summer free-agent center Deandre Jordan. Not hanging his head for long, Cuban regrouped and managed to bring native son Deron Williams …

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A 'RHOA' Cast Member Reportedly Got the Axe

It’s getting ugly in Atlanta and it looks like, after some drama at the reunion, one cast member got her walking papers. Doesn’t more drama usually result in a longer career on reality television? Not in this case! According to LoveBScott.com, Phaedra Parks‘s contract with the show did not get renewed. …

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Cheers and Jeers: Rum and Resistance FRIDAY!

Cheers and Jeers for Friday, April 7, 2017 C&J Schedule Update: As far as next week’s posting is concerned, your guess is as good as mine because bright and early Monday morning we’ll be starting our [Bam! Biff! Sock!] War On Cancer by fighting our first skirmish in Chemo Land.  Specifically: a …

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MissionU Fixes What’s Broken in Higher Ed

(Image: istock.com/fstop123) There’s a lot about higher education that seems upside down. Like the exorbitant student debt crisis; degrees that don’t prepare students for jobs; and colleges that accept or reject you based on what you did in high school—when you were the least mature version of yourself. Adam Braun …

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Cartoon: Team Trump trading cards

Friday Apr 07, 2017 · 2:50 PM PDT 2017/04/07 · 14:50 President Trump wouldn’t throw out the first pitch at the Nationals’ home opener. The White House claimed there was a scheduling conflict, but we all know it was to avoid an embarrassing thunder of boos. It’s tempting to assume …

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In Case You Missed It: Weekend Political Must Reads

Just in case you got sucked into “Keeping Up With Trump,” here’s some great political content we published this week from and around the web By no surprise, the first week of Donald Trump’s presidency was jammed packed with controversy, confrontational news stories, executive orders, and protests. In just seven days, …

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