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The University of Cincinnati is being sued over the proposed security fee it is requiring for a divisive white nationalist's speech. Padgett alleges that the fee constitutes censorship and demands $2 million in damages. Padgett submitted speaking requests for Spencer to a handful of universities around the country and threatened to sue if the requests were denied. FOX19 NOW is seeking comment from UC and will continue to update this story throughout the day.
  • These two Philly-area universities rank highest for online education programs

    These two Philly-area universities rank highest for online education programs

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    Murray, interim director of VSU's Center for eLearning. With an environment that is always changing and improving, our team communicates both internally and externally to find proactive and adaptable solutions. 15). "This is a true testament of our vision of providing accessible evidence-based knowledge to enhance teaching, learning, and human development". The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice recently ranked eighth on College Choice's list of the 50 Best Online Criminal ...
  • White House: China can convince Pakistan about crackdown on terror

    White House: China can convince Pakistan about crackdown on terror

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    Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang, in a press briefing, said that linking Pakistan with terrorism will not help global community in its crackdown on terror camps. Pakistan's move to allow Chinese currency is not a dramatic policy change, as the yuan is already accepted by many Pakistani companies, said Dong Dengxin, director of Finance and Securities Institute at Wuhan University of Science and Technology.
  • United Nations envoy says no change in U.S. position on North Korea talks

    United Nations envoy says no change in U.S. position on North Korea talks

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    Over the past year, Pyongyang has made big advances in being able to strike the U.S. with a nuclear weapon. Multiple reports out of the White House indicate an internal debate over a hot topic: Whether or not to strike North Korea. Bronk pointed out that the missiles fly at subsonic speeds and that "North Korea is fairly careful to monitor their waters". Some of them we could not hide.
  • DOJ's pot memo creates big decision for US Attorneys

    DOJ's pot memo creates big decision for US Attorneys

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    That policy has been tossed aside by Sessions, and now will lead to plenty of confusion as to whether it will be legal to grow, buy, or use marijuana in those states where recreational marijuana has been legalized. Surely federal authorities have more important priorities than resuming a war that they're destined to lose. But since the so-called Cole memo didn't have the force of law, it was vulnerable to being jettisoned by any new administration.
  • Two youths martyred by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir

    Two youths martyred by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir

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    The slain militants were identified as Mohammad Furhan Wani and Mohammad Farnham Wani, both locals. Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police SP Pani confirmed the killing of the militant and of the civilian in Khodweni. The youth was immediately taken to District Hospital Anantnag, where he succumbed. Intense clashes erupted in Khodweni area soon after Khalid's body reached his village.
  • Tamil Nadu Assembly session to begin from Jan 8

    Tamil Nadu Assembly session to begin from Jan 8

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    Referring to the "Cradle Baby Scheme" launched by the former AIADMK supremo as Chief Minister in 1992, he said the initiative was even lauded by Nobel Peace Prize victor, the late Mother Teresa. A Congress MLA flayed the review meetings being undertaken by Purohit, stating that he was running a parallel administration in Tamil Nadu. The DMK working president said the governor has refused to intervene in the matter despite several pleas by the Opposition.
  • Sweden warns against cutting U.S. aid to Palestinians

    Sweden warns against cutting U.S. aid to Palestinians

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    Haley and the administration were also angered by action at the UN General Assembly in December, in which member states voted 128-9 to condemn Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the USA embassy there from Tel Aviv.
  • Behind Tua Tagovailoa, the Alabama dynasty shows no signs of slowing down

    Behind Tua Tagovailoa, the Alabama dynasty shows no signs of slowing down

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    In fact, Alabama may just be getting started and that's a scary proposition for the rest of the sport. Florida Atlantic head coach Lane Kiffin , who was also a former offensive coordinator for the Crimson Tide, said on The Dan Patrick Show that Tagovailoa would've nearly surely transferred had events not transpired as they did.
  • State of Tennessee Treasury Department Decreases Holdings in Walt Disney Co (DIS)

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    About 3.92 million shares traded. Sachem Capital Corp. (NYSEAMERICAN:SACH) has 0.00% since January 9, 2017 and is. It has outperformed by 29.50% the S&P500. The rating was maintained by Cowen & Co on Wednesday, July 26 with "Hold". Finally, Piper Jaffray Companies set a $125.00 price target on Walt Disney and gave the company a "buy" rating in a research note on Friday, December 15th.
  • James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt make for Orlando

    James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt make for Orlando

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    Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. January 19. The multiple-Grammy victor has continued producing music throughout his 50-year career, with his last album, " Before This World ", dropping in 2015, the same year he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
  • Kato Ottio dies after illness in training at 23

    Kato Ottio dies after illness in training at 23

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    The players are having constant battles against each other in fights, contacts and wrestles, but there's nothing like a game. Widnes coach Denis Betts said he was yet to speak to Albert but the club would do whatever was necessary to support the former Penrith Panthers prop.
  • Pro-Obamacare group attacks HHS pick before hearing

    Pro-Obamacare group attacks HHS pick before hearing

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    Testifying before the Senate Finance Committee, Alex Azar said he can "find a lot of appeal" in block grants , which would replace the current open-ended federal funding structure with a single annual lump-sum payment that states could then disburse as they saw fit.
  • Senior Hamas leader shot in Gaza

    Senior Hamas leader shot in Gaza

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    Some initial reports suggested it might have been an assassination attempt. The U.S. maintained that Al-Alami was responsible for the Hamas military wing in Gaza, Judea and Samaria. Mr Alani was then elected deputy leader in Gaza, a position he held until a year ago. This smiling man is senior Hamashole Imad Al-Alami. According to Hamas, Alami was previously injured in an alleged Israeli airstrike in 2014.
  • U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran's missile program

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    President Donald Trump has refused to certify the deal - which lifted sanctions in return for Iran scaling back its nuclear programme. "The global community and our region will be the biggest loser, since a successful experience in the worldwide arena will be lost", he said.
  • Weather advisory calls for 2-4 inches of snow in southeast Mich.

    Weather advisory calls for 2-4 inches of snow in southeast Mich.

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    Sunday , partly sunny, with a high near 26. Along with the snow, northwest winds will be 25 miles per hour, with higher gusts in some locations. Friday night: Rain likely. Tonight - A chance of freezing rain , mainly after 5 a.m. Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 46. Lows 29 to 44 higher elevations.42 to 50 lower elevations.
  • President Trump gets national anthem moment at football title game

    President Trump gets national anthem moment at football title game

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    Trump kept his hand over his heart during the national anthem, and appeared to have sang along to parts of the song. Trump departed the stadium during halftime as Georgia led Alabama 13-0. Alabama players were largely indifferent when asked earlier in the week about Trump attending the game. USA TODAY confirmed last week that Trump plans to attend Monday night's game as a guest of Nick and Jamie Ayers; Nick Ayers is Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff.
  • US President Donald Trump to attend Davos economic forum

    US President Donald Trump to attend Davos economic forum

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    It is unusual for presidents to attend in person, though vice-presidents sometimes represent the USA at the event. Trump's election victory dominated conversation at the World Economic Forum past year, though the administration didn't send any official representatives.