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NROs, K-9 Team Arrest Suspected Meth Dealer

Yesterday, at 1:16PM, La Crosse Police Neighborhood Resource Officers (NROs) Tyler Pond and Dale Gerbig stopped a motor vehicle driven by Kong Vang near 11th and Badger Streets.   110 more words

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How to Stop Cheating

An article by Howard Gardner and fellow Good Project researchers Alexis Redding and Carrie James has been published in Independent School, the magazine of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). 54 more words

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Is Donald Trump a Narcissist?

With the presidential election season in the United States heating up even further as the state primaries approach, a great amount of media attention has been focused on Donald Trump’s controversial campaign for the Republican nomination. 62 more words

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Peace IV Launch & NI Task Force

Junior Ministers Jennifer McCann and Emma Pengelly were in Brussels on 14th January where they welcomed the decision by the President of the European Commission to continue the work of the… 71 more words


Mortal Kombat XL Announced and Will Include All DLC Packs

Update – 22/01: We have since found out that this edition is not coming to PC! Sorry, Master Race.

This morning Warner Bros. announced that Mortal Kombat X would be getting a “game-of-the-year” style rerelease in the form of Mortal Kombat XL. 22 more words


Ocean Week Is Coming to League of Legends, 23rd-30th of Jan

With Australia Day and Waitangi Day just around the corner, the guys at Riot Studios are throwing us a bit of a party inside League of Legends and they’re calling it Ocean Week. 574 more words


Who Should Judge the Judges?

Howard Gardner has released a new post on his blog “The Professional Ethicist” on the Good Project’s website!

In this thought-provoking piece, entitled “The Varieties of Disinterestedness: Who should judge the judges?”, Gardner discusses the concept of “disinterestedness” (or impartiality) and its relation to the due process of law, illustrated through the example of the federal judge Mark J. 29 more words

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