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Suffolk University is a private, non-sectarian, university located in Boston, Massachusetts and with over 16,000 students it is the third largest university in Boston.. It was founded as a law school in 1906 and named after its location in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. - Source: Wikipedia
Unpaid internships have long been a path of opportunity for students and recent grads looking to get a foot in the door in the entertainment, publishing and other prominent industries, even if it takes a generous subsidy from Mom and Dad.
Mitt Romney's got the biker vote. Rolling Thunder, the exuberant nonprofit membership organization for motorcycle enthusiasts, military vets and old-school patriots are near unanimous in their support of Mr. Romney following a vote Saturday during a conference in the nation's capital.
A political tectonic shift is under way. Heading into the final weeks of the presidential campaign, the electoral map is changing decisively. Areas previously thought safe for Barack Obama are becoming competitive, and tossup states are turning into safe havens for Mitt Romney.
With two disastrous debate performances behind it, the Obama-Biden ticket is in trouble. President Obama's supporters assumed the win was in the bag.
Facing a budget deficit of $3 billion when he took over as Massachusetts governor in 2003, Mitt Romney immediately instituted emergency spending cuts, raised fees on items such as birth certificates, gun licenses and boat registrations, and closed corporate tax breaks to solve the shortfall.
The fate of Tuesday's Florida primary may come down to the preferences of voters whose preferred candidates are no longer in the running.
The big news out of Iowa is, well, nothing much. Mitt Romney is still the front-runner, and there's a new flavor of the month (or week) nipping at his heels. If a challenger lower down the ladder wanted to jump a few rungs to become a contender, the Hawkeye State was the place to do it. That Mr. Romney pulled off a victory in this finicky contest, even by a few votes, means he has significant momentum that will be hard for any of his competitors to derail.
The excitement inside former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum's campaign headquarters grew throughout the evening here Tuesday as it became increasingly clear that he would finish in a virtual tie for first with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in Iowa's Republican caucuses.
Adding Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to the GOP ticket would deliver the key swing state to Republicans by a 46 percent to 41 percent margin over President Obama, a new poll has found.
A play by Eugene O'Neill that was feared to be lost has been acquired by a library at Yale University after surfacing in a researcher's archives, providing insight into a suicide attempt by the only American playwright to receive the Nobel Prize for literature.
Mitt Romney is crushing the Republican field in New Hampshire in a new poll.
A new study on the District of Columbia's bag tax may give city residents a few more reasons to be angry beyond the 5-cents-per-bag surcharge they face on every trip to the local grocery store.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain are considered "the most Republican of the candidates" in today's Florida Republican primary, a poll released yesterday found.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE / 3:13 p.m. Former Vice President Al Gore is New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's worst nightmare in the nation"s first primary, a new poll shows.