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  • Cow on the loose in Queens, New York

    The station reported that the bull legs were tied together to stop it from mounting another escape. Camera footage from an NBC News helicopter showed the bull dodging a police officer and ducking under yellow caution tape before it was captured.

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  • Trump asks African-American reporter to set up meeting with black lawmakers

    After Trump went on for a bit about how he would "fix the horrendous situation" in "our inner cities" (probably by declaring martial law), reporter April D. The organization posted a Tweet shortly after the press conference indicating a letter was sent to Trump just before his inauguration. Trump speculated that Cummings was told a meeting would be bad for the congressman.

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  • The Capital's Hottest Restaurants Will Shut Down To Protest Trump

    The Capital's Hottest Restaurants Will Shut Down To Protest Trump

    The way this has been explained to me is that this is just the beginning and is part of a continuum of larger protests and actions used to communicate the role immigrants play in our society. Immigrants accounted for 7.1 million of the nation's restaurant workers in 2015, compared to 5.1 million who were native born. A Day Without Immigrants is centered in DC, but the Washington Post is reporting that immigrants across the country are planning to take part as well.

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  • Nine Tigers Invited to NFL Combine

    Godwin and Sickels are the only draft eligible Nittany Lions to be included in the 330 invited players. The NFL tries to invite the "top prospects" to participate in the week-long event, but talented players are seemingly overlooked every year.

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  • Asheville chefs among James Beard semifinalists

    Semifinalists will now move on to a voting body comprised of former Beard Award winners; Restaurant and Chef Award Committee members; and other regional panelists who will choose five finalists in each category. Miles went on to be a finalist for the award past year, but did not win. Christensen won the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southeast in 2014 for her work at Poole's Diner in downtown Raleigh.

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  • Russian Federation deploys new cruise missiles in violation of treaty

    Russian Federation has reportedly deployed a secret cruise missile in potential violation of an worldwide arms control treaty and in a bold challenge to a White House administration plagued by tumult and under-staffing. This makes the treaty a possible topic for discussion by Jim Mattis, the Secretary of Defense, in his upcoming NATO meeting, since it has stirred restlessness in the white house with its potential damage to US-Russian relations.

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  • Trump travel ban hit by new legal setback

    Trump travel ban hit by new legal setback

    The judge declined to issue her injunction on nationwide basis "to avoid any claim that" it is "defective because of overbreadth". U.S. District Judge James Robart - who issued the temporary restraining order at the request of Washington state and Minnesota on February 4 - rejected the U.S.

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  • Ex-Goldman banker Mnuchin installed as US Treasury secretary

    Wall Street Journal staffer Nick Timiraos reports that Mnuchin is now in position to advance President Donald Trump's plans to revamp financial regulation and the US tax code. Other Democrats fiercely opposed the nomination, with the Democratic National Committee accusing him of being a "foreclosure machine" as head of OneWest Bank from 2009 to 2015.

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  • Toshiba's chairman resigns after $6.3B loss in United States nuclear business

    Toshiba said its net worth was in the negative, at minus 191 billion yen ($1.7 billion) by the end of previous year. The company's chairman Shigenori Shiga is also stepping down as of tomorrow. The company said its shareholder equity fell into negative territory as of December 31, leaving just a month and a half to find ways to get back above zero before the March 31 fiscal year-end.

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  • Sears, Kmart Latest To Stop Carrying Ivanka Trump Products

    Fashion news site Racked.com has reported that Neiman Marcus, Belk, HSN and ShopStyle have dropped Ivanka Trump merchandise. "Amid that streamlining effort, 31 Trump Home items were among the items removed online this week", he said, adding those items can be found through a third-party vendor, without providing additional information about the products.

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  • Mayor: NYC Public Schools Closed Thursday

    The area is expected to get somewhere between 3 and 6 inches by Thursday night. "We are asking folks to stay off the roads tomorrow and not travel unless absolutely necessary", he said. And for anyone not believing we could get snow after a day in the 60s, it actually happened before - last in March 2007 when we got inches of snow a day after a day in the upper 60s.

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  • MI student group apologizes for Hitler Valentine's card

    MI student group apologizes for Hitler Valentine's card

    Members of the political student group said the valentine was unauthorized. However, a reverse image search of the raw image doesn't yield an organized webpage (including the card in question) in a format that could be easily printed. Ross . The College Republicans at Central Michigan nearly immediately apologized while distancing itself from the incident. "Such hurtful, offensive language, while protected by the First Amendment, is unacceptable and is not consistent with our values and ...

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  • RFK Son Running for Governor in IL

    Chicago Alderman Ameya Pawar also announced he's running. Rauner said he plans to seek re-election. "People are hurting in our state and they are craving new and fresh leadership", Congresswoman Bustos said. Kennedy. The 53-year-old Kennedy is a businessman and real estate developer in Chicago , the third largest city in the nation. Chris Kennedy also chairs Joseph P.

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  • Melania Trump's 'Hot Pink' Red Cross Gala Ball Gown

    Melania Trump's 'Hot Pink' Red Cross Gala Ball Gown

    While he vacations, concerns grow over the costs levied to taxpayers for his vacation, which is said to be about $3 million, according to Politico . Trump today is scheduled to speak on the phone with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English.

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  • Congressman Wants to Sell 3.3 Million Acres of Public Land

    But many in the 10 states that would lose federal land in the bill disagree, and public land rallies in opposition are bringing together environmentalists and sportsmen across the west. "...[M] any lands identified appear to have conflicts which may preclude them from being considered", the 1997 study says. However, none of the land was sold and the survey noted that most were likely unsuitable for sale or exchange because they contained wetlands, endangered species or were of cultural ...

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  • GOP Leaders Move to Shore Up Shaky DeVos Nomination

    GOP Leaders Move to Shore Up Shaky DeVos Nomination

    Update: Per a source close to the situation, they have Sessions' replacement ready to go if they need one for the DeVos vote after Sessions gets confirmed, but at least as of earlier this week, no one has been publicly named . The Post reported that this suggests DeVos' confirmation is "not assured". Two Republican senators have turned against the billionaire Republican fundraiser and activist Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of education.

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  • Hostage situation in Smyrna

    Hostage situation in Smyrna

    As a result of the incident at Vaughn, all of the state's prisons have been put on lockdown as is department protocol. Guards have been taken hostage at a prison in DE which houses minimum, medium and maximum security inmates. Later, several people can be seen surrounding a stretcher and running as they pushed it across the compound. It houses minimum, medium, and maximum security inmates, and also houses Kent County detainees awaiting trial.

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  • Trump signs order clamping down on refugees

    Trump signs order clamping down on refugees

    President Trump is ordering the Joint Chiefs of Staff to develop a plan within 30 days for how to defeat the Islamic State, and he wants the world to know that obliterating the terrorist army is a top priority for the US said a senior administration official.

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  • Federal judge stays refugee ban

    President Trump's Executive Orders remain in place-prohibited travel will remain prohibited, and the US government retains its right to revoke visas at any time if required for national security or public safety. "There is imminent danger that, absent the stay of removal, there will be substantial and irreparable injury to refugees, visa-holders, and other individuals" from those nations, Donnelly wrote in her stay.

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  • Woman Who Caused Emmett Till's Death Admits to Lying

    Tyson said the "case went a long way toward ruining her life", though the clear victor of the ruined life contest is the guy who was not only murdered at age 14, but so horrifically disfigured that his published autopsy photo "helped propel the American civil rights movement".

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  • California gets break before another round of rain and snow

    California gets break before another round of rain and snow

    The state's drought means local water agencies must monitor and enforce conservation efforts. The U.S. Drought Monitor map of California for January 24, 2017, is shown. With more normal weather previous year, drought conditions eased, prompting regulators to relax restrictions. Water supply comes from groundwater in the central foothills on the east side of the San Joaquin Valley where residents of Tuolumne County with dry wells are still receiving water that is trucked in.

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  • Senate Democrats roll out a $1 trillion infrastructure proposal

    Senate Democrats roll out a $1 trillion infrastructure proposal

    Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is proposing a $1 billion infrastructure bill crafted by Congressional Democrats that could create as many as 15 million jobs. In the end, Trump may persuade Republicans to fall in line on infrastructure, Trump adviser Richard LeFrak indicated on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday.

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