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Confederate flag case cited in Redskins trademark battle

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - A U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week on license plates and the Confederate flag could be bad news for the Washington Redskins.
Brain stents show big promise for certain stroke patients

...once-in-a-generation advance in stroke care," said the head of one study, Dr. Jeffrey Saver, the stroke chief at the University of California, Los Angeles.Most of the 800,000 strokes in the U.S. each year are caused by a blood clot lodged in the brain...
Azziz 'positive' about resignation

Saying he has finished "a very specific mission," Georgia Regents University President Ricardo Azziz resigned Thursday after nearly five years at the university.
Stand up - no apologies necessary

Today's hypersensitivity borders on a new totalitarianism.
Web site blasts Paine president, seeks his ouster

Allegations of financial and ethical wrongdoing by Paine College officials were published on a Web site launched this month by an anonymous source.
Tons of schools name cities

Somehow these universities managed not only to survive, but thrive.
Just no comparison

Each team's conquest stands alone and apart from the other's. The women's feat does not in any way diminish the men's, or vice versa.
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The ones to watch in the next decade

Staff writers chose seven Augusta residents expected to do great things in the decade to come.
Social media increasingly important for military families

Fort Gordon Army wife Shayla Bowling has relayed the complexity of life as a military spouse, tending to a home with two young children, with a husband summoned for repeated deployments by using social media.
Traffic moving easily through LA despite fears

Cars flowed freely through the nation's second-largest city Saturday, despite fears of epic "Carmageddon" traffic jams spawned by the 53-hour shutdown of a 10-mile stretch of one of the region's most critical freeways.