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Last month, 175,000 jobs - about 25,000 more than economists thought - added to payrolls.
Head of the Defense Intelligence Agency tells NPR that U.S. decision-makers were given a week's notice that some Russian action was likely.
The move comes after the state's highest court ruled that a man who took photos up the skirts of women riding the T did not violate state law.
The bill authorizes $13 billion in capital spending for upgrades to the state's transportation system.
In order to understand President Putin's recent power grab in Ukraine, it is perhaps necessary to consult with the celebrated oracle of modern Russian history: the late George Kennan.
I've had it with women dressing like hens, wrens and blackbirds. It's winter, ladies, not a daguerreotype.
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