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Dreamers in Arizona are no longer eligible for cheaper in-state tuition, court rules

(CNN)Arizona students covered under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program can no longer receive breaks on college tuition, the state’s Supreme Court has ruled. Monday’s unanimous decision affirms an earlier appellate court ruling that students lacking permanent legal status are not eligible for in-state tuition at Arizona colleges and universities. DACA, an Obama-era program, allows undocumented immigrants who were ...

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Huey Lewis and the News cancel 2018 shows citing singer’s hearing loss

Huey Lewis and The News cancel all 2018 performances. See attached note from Huey. pic.twitter.com/FbWqDlGwnR — Huey Lewis (@Huey_Lewis_News) April 13, 2018 Meniere’s disease is a disorder where a person experiences episodes of vertigo and fluctuating hearing loss. The band had previously canceled shows this past spring citing medical issues. On Our Radar Lauer caught on tape TMZ Read more: ...

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Cyberinsurance Tackles the Wildly Unpredictable World of Hacks

In the aftermath of the Equifax data breach last year that exposed personal information of more than 145 million people, analysis firm Property Claim Services estimated that cyberinsurance would cover roughly $125 million of Equifax’s losses from the incident. It’s uncertain whether Equifax will actually receive that much money; insurance claims can take a long time to investigate, process, and ...

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Vaping now an epidemic among US high schoolers

(CNN)A sharp spike in vaping and the use of e-cigarettes by students has grabbed the attention of the US Food and Drug Administration. For middle school students, the number was 500,000. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. “It says ‘California Proposition 65 warning: This product contains chemicals known to the state ...

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Marijuana legalization could help offset opioid epidemic, studies find

(CNN)Experts have proposed using medical marijuana to help Americans struggling with opioid addiction. Now, two studies suggest that there is merit to that strategy. The researchers found that states that allow the use of cannabis for medical purposes had 2.21 million fewer daily doses of opioids prescribed per year under Medicare Part D, compared with those states without medical cannabis ...

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These crumbling textbooks show why Oklahoma teachers are walking out

(CNN)As an English teacher at Heavener High School in eastern Oklahoma, Sarah Jane Scarberry said she has tried for years to replace her classroom’s tattered textbooks. Scarberry also shared images of her classroom’s broken desks and chairs, and said they weren’t too bad compared to other classrooms. “As for the desks, I’m more fortunate than most I guess. My husband ...

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Careship, the German marketplace for in-home care, scores further 6M funding

Careship, the German marketplace for in-home senior care, has raised €6 million in further funding. The round is led by Creandum, the European early-stage investor best known for being an early backer of Spotify, and will be used by the Berlin startup to further expand nationally. In addition to Creandum, European ‘impact’ investor Ananda Ventures joined the round, with participation ...

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