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Haley looks ahead to Michigan after South Carolina primary on Saturday

Haley looks ahead to Michigan after South Carolina primary on Saturday

Despite losses in early primaries and low poll numbers in her home state, Nikki Haley projected confidence and determination during her “Beast of the Southeast” bus tour in South Carolina. Haley’s strong support among college-educated Republicans and moderates as well as the momentum effect shows that she has reasons to stay in the race.

Latest in Politics

Haley looks ahead to Michigan after South Carolina primary on Saturday

Despite losses in early primaries and low poll numbers in her home state, Nikki Haley projected confidence and determination during her “Beast of the Southeast” bus tour in South Carolina. Haley’s strong support among college-educated Republicans and moderates as well as the momentum effect shows that she has reasons to stay in the race.

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Latest in Education

Maryland faces “vicious” special education teacher shortage cycle

More students are requiring special education services because of after almost two years of virtual learning, delayed social and academic development of students has increased the need for special education teachers. But more and more teachers leaving their positions has exacerbated the shortage to a “crisis-level” problem.

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Farmers need AI, could miss out

Farmers need AI, could miss out

As artificial intelligence spreads into agriculture, senators stressed that all farms need broadband access in order to take advantage of all the ways AI can boost production.

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When the law clashes with common language

When the law clashes with common language

Hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants could be affected by a forthcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision—and it could all come down to how justices interpret a single word.

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Expensive advanced reactors deter utility companies from pursuing nuclear projects

High costs and risks of building these reactors prevented utility companies from completing scheduled projects, such as one to build the first U.S. small nuclear reactor in Idaho, which was recently canceled. Experts testified to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources committee last week about obstacles faced by newer nuclear technologies that deter utility companies.

Decarbonizing steel: Senators discuss a vital climate move

WASHINGTON - The United States experiences major natural disasters about five times more frequently than it did in the 1980s, Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del. said in a senate hearing on Wednesday. This statement cited a National Climate Assessment released by the Biden...

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