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Cuts in school funding led to an unconstitutionally imbalanced playing field between rich and poor school districts, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
The Oregon Legislature moved late Thursday to give Oregon Health & Science University all of the $200 million it requested for cancer research facilities.
Two bills aimed at rectifying the problems at Cover Oregon and avoiding repeats in the future advanced in the Oregon Legislature on Tuesday, garnering overwhelming support despite warnings from critics that they will have little effect.
Public employee unions and anti-union petitioners agreed Monday to a cease-fire on competing ballot measures, avoiding an expensive and bruising showdown between unions and business interests.
Independent investigators looking into the failures with the Cover Oregon health insurance exchange have not been able to talk to six Oracle employees whom they've asked to interview, a state official told lawmakers Friday.
Big corporations tend to be more monopolistic, more sclerotic and more prone to focusing on profits rather than good business.
Nestled into a hill overlooking the Black Sea, the PovoDog shelter provides sanctuary to more than 120 strays who were lucky enough to escape the life-threatening streets of Sochi.
The closing ceremony was intended to celebrate the new face of Russia.
The United States didn't strike gold at the Sanki Sliding Center, but it made a lot of history nevertheless.
SOCHI, Russia ï¿½ Alexander Zubkov of Russia continued to exploit home ice advantage here, as the veteran bobsled pilot put down two strong runs in the four-man event Saturday and will take a slim lead into Sunday's finals.