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Complaint trends reveal brokers don’t always disclose what company (or companies) they’ve booked, leaving consumers stuck with unlicensed, subpar moving operations.

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The FBI and District of Columbia city government have been working with the university in regards to the attack

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The resolution if passed would also bar city employee travel to the state.

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(Photo/ Scholly via Facebook) 

The #1 college scholarship app founder is helping students across the globe find funds for school.

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(AP Photo/Brian Inganga) 

Africa currently depends on other countries for 99 percent of its vaccine supply.

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The Oregon Department of Education and the Oregon Health Authority offer five health and safety tips to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in schools. 

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Schinzing marching with a crowd of demonstrators in downtown Portland on May 29, 2020 (Photo/US Dept Justice) 

Edward Schinzing was seen on surveillance cameras spreading a fire in the Multnomah County Justice Center by igniting papers and moving them into the drawer of another cubicle

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Current recipients of P-EBT benefits for the 2020 - 2021 school year will automatically receive an additional $389 per child in food assistance

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(Photo/ Jodie Covington) 

The announcement Tuesday comes as hospital leaders throughout the state warn of growing numbers of infections in children

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Vershawn Young, an English professor at the University of Waterloo in Canada 

Public Invited to Join OSU’s Free Antiracism ZOOM Course

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