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There is a youth movement on this season's North Dakota Class B all-state boys basketball team.
No one knows whether Minerva Schools will succeed in providing an elite university experience for roughly half the cost of an Ivy League school, but if it doesn't, someone else out there will.
The Minerva Project is an ambitious attempt to create an elite university for the 21st century while remaking the higher education model.
In an election filled with disappointments for Republicans, the closely watched U.S. Senate race in Nebraska provided a rare bright spot.
Republicans on Tuesday filibustered Democrats' latest election-year effort to stoke the "war on women" issue, dooming a bill that would have opened up far more avenues for women to sue businesses when they suspect pay discrimination.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey said Wednesday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for the Nebraska seat he once held, reversing course just weeks after publicly opting out of the race.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey is widely reported to be reconsidering his decision not to run for Senate in his native Nebraska, a move that could breathe life into the Democrats' fight to hold onto one of the party's most vulnerable seats this fall.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey on Tuesday rejected a comeback run for Senate, dashing Democrats' hopes of holding a coveted Nebraska seat and leaving the party to scramble for a race all but guaranteed to go Republicans' way.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey said Tuesday he will not run for the Nebraska Senate seat he gave up more than a decade ago, shutting down hopes for a bid both parties called Democrats' best chance to hold the seat.