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Trump’s budget: a $1.6 trillion cut to education

By CNBC staffThe budget Trump proposed Tuesday will reduce federal funding for public schools by $1,600,000 and would slash the budget for higher education by $3,000.It is the largest single cut to federal education funding in the nation’s history.The budget was unveiled in a briefing with reporters at the White House.It also cuts funding for

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When did you stop subscribing to newspapers?

When did I stop subscribing?When did it happen?I’m not a fan of the idea of newspapers as media, and I still think the best way to be informed is to listen to what people are saying about their issues.It’s a tough pill to swallow, especially when you’re a digital subscriber who’s been around for decades.That’s

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Texas judge blocks ‘fake news’ ban

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that it is not illegal for a news outlet to publish fake news and other “false and misleading information” about President Donald Trump, ending a long legal battle over a sweeping campaign-finance reform bill.The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati said the ban is unconstitutional and violates

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How to get an official Tennessee paper for your state?

The State of Tennessee has issued a paper license for the Nashville News and Courier to become the official paper of the state.The paper’s new license is the result of a yearlong process in which the Nashville Times & Post agreed to serve as the paper’s publisher and also sign a 10-year deal with the

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How to avoid a lawsuit for wrongful termination

An attorney in Alaska says she was fired after being fired for speaking out against an alleged mistreatment of her client, a man who sued the company that owns the park and had been fired from his job in 2008.The man, who has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit, said he was fired for telling a