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"… ith Disabilities Act and seeks class-action status for children across the United States who suffer trauma similar to the experiences described by five students in …"

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"… g hundreds of millions of dollars in contracts and other assistance to the United States Enrichment Corporation (USEC) during public hearings and private disc …"

"… Congress created USEC as a government-owned corporation in 1992, when the United States was one of the world’s largest suppliers of enriched uranium fuel to uti …"

"… that if nuclear is going to be part of global energy portfolio…that the United States [should] remain a leading light in that.” Even with all the federal hel …"

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"… g accident happens.” He sighed. “How painful it is to be here in the United States, in Washington, D.C., and be treated like you’re in the Third World,” …"

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"… I started.” Hightower also pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the United States, and was sentenced on Oct. 28, 2013, to two years and three months in pris …"

"… o, Texas. The thefts alone caused more than $1.5 million in losses to the United States, according to the plea agreement that Charboneau eventually signed on Sept …"

"… ght by chance. In 2009, five months after Eric Schmidt had returned to the United States and the couple had purchased costly property in California, Schmidt was ar …"

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"… Baruch College who is working on a history of political corruption in the United States. “A lot of people go into Jersey politics to get rich.” The “Bid Rig …"

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"… e on April 29, for example, about his enduring concern that “neither the United States nor its Afghan allies truly know how many Afghan soldiers and police are a …"

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"… n workers belonging to 328 national affiliates, such as the AFL-CIO in the United States — decided that its theme for Workers’ Memorial Day 2015 would be “re …"

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"… e prices to rise. Comcast, the largest cable and Internet provider in the United States, announced today that it was dropping its $45 billion bid for Time Warner …"

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"… p;could be used to make 17,000 bombs. Under the deal, signed in 2000, the United States pledged to turn some of the weapons fuel into a mixed-plutonium and uraniu …"

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"… " in Europe and must be labeled accordingly on packaged foods. In the United States, where lupin is less commonly used, there is no such requirement, leaving …"

"… to require companies to identify it as an allergen on products sold in the United States. Lupin is just one of thousands of ingredients companies have added to fo …"

"… ur, protein and fiber were safe to add to breads, pastas and cereal in the United States, regulators feared it could trigger “life-threatening reactions” in pe …"

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"… b requirement for federal agents ferrying  nuclear weapons around the United States —no surprise here— is that they shouldn’t have “anger management …"

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