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Teachers across the country are preparing to talk to students about plagiarism by referencing Melania Trump's speech at last week's Republican...
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State Senate Democrats hope to take leadership of their house away from Republicans in the 2016 elections — and many believe the candidates at the...
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it’s a “sign of respect” for New York that he’s been asked to speak on the final night of the Democratic National Convention....
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Peanuts and Cracker Jack are part of the menu at any American baseball park, but that can be a problem for fans who have nut allergies. The Rochester...
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First hour: How to detect and avoid plagiarism Second hour: Summer of Food - Autumn Stoscheck of Eve's Cidery
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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York state committed last year to generating half of its energy from renewable sources by the year 2030. Now comes the hard...
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First hour: Tiny house living Second hour: Learning about Kashmir
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On a cloudy summer morning, Rochester Institute of Technology professor Carl Salvaggio and a student from the school’s Center for Imaging Science...
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Most Americans know very little about the region called Kashmir, which has erupted into chaos. Demonstrators recently gathered outside the United...
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The tiny house movement is gaining traction. You may have heard about the reality TV show, Tiny House Nation, but how much do you really know about...
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