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News Briefing: Charity That Helped Pentagon Victims is Closing

By Kate Golden on May 6, 2008No Comment
  • West Virginia University’s Faculty Senate declares no confidence in President Mike Garrison in the aftermath of a degree scandal involving the governor’s daughter.  [Associated Press]
  • Save the Children issues its global report; more than 200 million children worldwide under age 5 do not get basic health care.  [Associated Press]
  • The largest charity established to help Washington-area victims of the September 11 attacks is closing.  [Associated Press]
  • The Smithsonian Institution rules out plans to outsource the renovation and operation of one of its oldest buildings on the National Mall. [Associated Press]
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