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The Chronicle's compensation tables come from a review of federal tax documents from the 2015 calendar year, the most recent available. He received more than $2.4 million in total pay, including retirement compensation. Currently, both public and private nonprofit colleges are tax- exempt. From 2011 to 2014, Hatch's total compensation ranked between 26th and 36th on the Chronicle's list.
  • Trump Executive Order Will Send Americans Back to Moon, Eventually to Mars

    Trump Executive Order Will Send Americans Back to Moon, Eventually to Mars

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    During Monday's order signing, Mr. Trump said the action will "refocus America's space program on human exploration and discovery". It was all the way back in 1972 when humans last set foot on the moon during the Apollo 17 mission. The goal of the new Moon missions would include "long-term exploration and use" of its surface. But the asteroid mission proved more hard than expected .
  • 'Fukrey Returns' mints over Rs 8 crore on opening day

    'Fukrey Returns' mints over Rs 8 crore on opening day

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    Trade analyst Taran Adarsh praised the film saying: "This seems to be the year of "laughathons". In a film industry such as Bollywood , where sequels have rarely worked, Fukrey Returns has turned out to be a happy surprise! Richa Chadda, who plays the character of track-suit wearing gangster Bholi Punjaban in the film, says, "Well, Bholi Punaban is a criminal and will always remain the same".
  • Happiness in Solitude: US First Lady Wishes For a Deserted Island Holiday

    Happiness in Solitude: US First Lady Wishes For a Deserted Island Holiday

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    The outlet has now rolled out an apology after the First Lady slapped them with a lawsuit. It was not Mrs. Trump's first visit to Children National. After touring the neuroscience center and meeting privately with some patients, Mrs. Trump was escorted by Santa Claus to the atrium where she took a seat in front of a large Christmas tree and fielded a handful of questions from children and patients.
  • Trump approves new sanctions against Russian Federation

    Trump approves new sanctions against Russian Federation

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    The warning was the first response by President Donald Trump's administration to US charges first leveled in 2014 that Russian Federation had deployed a ground-launched cruise missile that breaches the pact's ban on testing and fielding missiles with ranges of 500-5,500 kms (310-3,417 miles).
  • Saakashvili freed by Ukraine court, urges government change

    Saakashvili freed by Ukraine court, urges government change

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    Supporters of jailed political activist Mikheil Saakashvili marched the the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv today to demand the impeachment of President Petro Poroshenko and the release of Saakashvili from custody. Saakashvili was charged with colluding with Ukrainian businessmen with ties to Russian Federation against the Ukrainian government. He was arrested last week in Kiev after an attempt to detain him earlier dramatically failed when supporters swarmed the van where he was being held.
  • Chelsea Handler retweet of Sarah Sanders parody sparks outrage

    Chelsea Handler retweet of Sarah Sanders parody sparks outrage

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    A number of outlets have had to retract and change and re-write and make editor's notes to a number of different stories, some of them with major impacts including moving markets. I said 'I'm 35, ' he said 'that's 21 too many'. Acosta said it wasn't his original line of questioning, but he wanted Sanders to give him an example of an "intentional" mistake by the press.
  • Train mows down five elephants in Assam

    Train mows down five elephants in Assam

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    This comes three weeks after two elephants were killed by a speeding 15909 Awadh Assam Express at Thakurkuchi, 19 km from from the state capital Dispur. The elephant ran amok amid a large group of devotees, trampling and killing the trainer, the Press Trust of India reported. Sixteen elephants were killed by speeding trains in 2016 and a year ago, a dozen lost their lives to trains.
  • WWE star Rich Swann held without bail for assaulting wife

    WWE star Rich Swann held without bail for assaulting wife

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    While WWE has already taken action against Rich Swann's egregious weekend, the state of Florida is just starting the legal process. The 26-year-old wrestler-a former WWE cruiserweight champion-was arrested Saturday in Gainsville, Florida, after police were called to a domestic incident between Swann and his wife Vannarah Riggs, also a professional wrestler who goes by the stage name Su Yung.
  • Overkill's The Walking Dead game resurfaces with cool new teaser trailer

    Overkill's The Walking Dead game resurfaces with cool new teaser trailer

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    Not sure what Overkill's The Walking Dead is all about? The latest trailer introduces us to Aidan, one of the playable characters who carries a club and isn't afraid to get a little unsafe with it. This past weekend, Overkill Software held a livestream reveal event for its long coming Walking Dead game . In the video, Aidan, a former architect, was shown walking in front of the White House in what appeared to be a regular day at work.
  • Arizona State hands KU 2nd straight loss

    Arizona State hands KU 2nd straight loss

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    John's . Tra Holder scored 29 points on 8-for-16 shooting to lead No. 16 Arizona State past the Jayhawks 95-85 at Allen Fieldhouse. If Haines is out long-term for Arizona State, it would be a huge blow for the Sun Devils as she's one of the more vocal players on the teams and one of the team's best defenders.
  • Daredevil rooftopper dies in fall from 62-storey tower

    Daredevil rooftopper dies in fall from 62-storey tower

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    Wu Yongning taking a selfie on the summit of a building in China. The accident occurred November 8, it said, citing a post by Wu's girlfriend on Chinese social media site Weibo. In February, he began posting his daredevil stunts on Weibo, attracting more than a million followers. He had hoped to use the money to marry his girlfriend and pay his mother's medical expenses .
  • Global Arms Sales Reach $375 Billion, First Rise Since 2010

    Global Arms Sales Reach $375 Billion, First Rise Since 2010

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    Seven South Korean arms groups rank among the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's top 100 global arms producers. India is the only "emerging producer" whose arms sales declined by 1.2 percent in 2016. Sales by Russian firms increased 3.8 per cent to $26.6 billion, a slower expansion than in recent years, CNN quoted the report as saying. Its arms sales grew by 15.6 per cent compared with 2015 due to increased deliveries to the Russian armed forces and higher export ...
  • Special weather statement: 'Alberta Clipper' will bring snow, and lots of it

    Special weather statement: 'Alberta Clipper' will bring snow, and lots of it

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    A general snowfall of 5 to 10 cm is forecast for southern Ontario by Tuesday morning, however some areas may see up to 15 cm. The heaviest snowfall is expected to begin Monday afternoon, possibly affecting the commute home. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for every district in southern Ontario except for Algonquin and Renfrew-Pembroke-Barry's Bay.
  • 15 awesome Lowcountry Christmas trees to get you in the holiday spirit

    15 awesome Lowcountry Christmas trees to get you in the holiday spirit

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    Carlson explained that during the recession in 2008, many tree farms stopped planting trees. "We've been coming out here for about 10 years or probably more", he said. The Lions Club buys their trees from Moffatt's Tree Farm in Craftsbury, Vermont. Over the years, he made the switch from Scotch pine to Colorado blue spruce and Black Hills spruce, which fare better in tough winters and aren't bothered as much by deer.
  • Mario Batali Steps Down from Restaurant Empire Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

    Mario Batali Steps Down from Restaurant Empire Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

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    Famed chef Mario Batali is taking leave from his restaurant empire and ABC talk show " The Chew " after several sexual misconduct allegations, food website Eater reported . An employee at one of the group's restaurants reported "inappropriate behavior", according to the spokesperson, who would not disclose the name of the restaurant or details about the incident.
  • Ockhi:Toll rises to 44, fishermen take out march to Raj Bhavan

    Ockhi:Toll rises to 44, fishermen take out march to Raj Bhavan

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    The ship also found two capsized fishing vessels and investigation revealed no survivors on board, which had been intimated to the state governments, it said. "I strongly condemn this apathy towards the fishermen community", the Archbishop said. Joint Director of Fisheries R. Amal Xavier said his department officials were still in the hospital in Thiruvananthapuram to help the families of fishermen, who went missing, and in carrying out DNA test.
  • Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli tie the knot in Italy: Indian media

    Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli tie the knot in Italy: Indian media

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    A video of what seemed like wedding preparations which were made at the resort went viral over the weekend. And they posted the most adorable pictures from the ceremony with the tweets. Kohli and Sharma, both 29, started dating in 2013 after they met during the filming of a shampoo advert.The high-profile couple made their first public appearance a year later during a football match.