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Banks proposes research protection | Indiana | Journal Gazette - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
U.S. Rep. Jim Banks introduced legislation Tuesday�that seeks to�prevent�federally funded sensitive research at American�colleges from�being pilfered�by foreign adversaries.
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"mueller" - Google News: Washington is awash with speculation about Robert Mueller report timing - CNN

FBI from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites)
Oh yes, we're talking about Robert Mueller's allegedly imminent report. This NYT story about DC holding its breath is on the front page of Wednesday's newspaper. Nicholas Fandos and Noah Weiland write: "It may or may not be the report of the century, it may or may not be ready soon, and it may be only a few pages long.
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"fbi" - Google News: FBI Arrests 2 San Diegans in College Admission Bribery Scandal - NBC 7 San Diego

FBI from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites)
Among the wealthy defendants accused of paying bribes to assure their children’s acceptance into elite colleges are Elisabeth Kimmel, former owner of KFMB-TV, San Diego’s CBS affiliate, and Toby MacFarlane, a businessman from Del Mar.
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Library's top 10 | Books - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
FICTION 1. “Where the Crawdads Sing”by Delia Owens 2. “The Reckoning”by John Grisham 3. “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides 4. “The Wedding Guest”by Jonathan Kellerman
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