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Brett Kavanaugh speaks at the World and Reunions at Harvard Law School on October 27, 2017. A bicentennial summit of academic sessions and programs devoted to legal issues of pressing importance. must credit Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart

At Harvard Law School, he’s Professor Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh, nominated by President Trump for the Supreme Court, was a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, where he was well-liked by both students and faculty members.

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Attorney General Maura Healey said the proposed hospital combination could increase health care costs and threaten access to care.

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Many college students of color worry about being a burden to their families, judged by other students, or misunderstood by counselors who don’t understand cultural issues.

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Maybe my problem was a simple lack of understanding. Maybe watching players at the highest level would change my mind. Maybe I actually loved soccer, and just hadn’t realized it yet.

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The US attorney for Massachusetts gave an apparent green light to the state’s recreational marijuana industry, saying he would instead concentrate on the opioid crisis.