• Teacher Uses Black Students To Teach A Cruel Lesson About Slavery
Teacher Uses Black Students To Teach A Cruel Lesson About Slavery

Students went home Friday with a letter from the principal, who promises to work with teachers on best practices for covering sensitive material, such as slavery. A teacher at a Bronx middle school is sparking outrage for singling out black students during a lesson on slavery. Another student explained that the lesson continued with a video in wh...

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  • Sub-contractor speaks out about working with alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur
Sub-contractor speaks out about working with alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur

Western University criminology professor Mike Arntfield told CBC Radio's The Current that his students spotted a pattern of disappearances in Toronto's Gay Village "three years ago". Bruce McArthur, 66, is accused of killing the men and placing their dead bodies in large planters on his clients' properties across Toronto. He didn't report the inc...

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  • Trump hopes 'something good' comes from Olympics despite North Korean warning
Trump hopes 'something good' comes from Olympics despite North Korean warning

DONALD Trump's administration has made an embarrassing gaffe on a nuclear report on North Korea. She told the President "escaping North Korea is not like escaping another country, it's like escaping another universe". "They would rather die than be repatriated to North Korea and suffer a awful punishment for the rest of their lives", Lee wrote i...

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  • 'I Love NY' signs costing New York $14 million in federal funding
'I Love NY' signs costing New York $14 million in federal funding

Cuomo ignored the denial and unveiled the blue-and-white highway signs in 2014, touting them as a way to boost tourism. "Many of the signs were built Downstate by an Arkansas-based company with many manufactured out of state". The agency says the signs are out of compliance with federal law. The state has plans to launch a new tourism campaign ...

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  • Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself
Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself

She came from a family closely tied to strongman Fulgencio Batista, and her father served in Batista's cabinet. Mirta Diaz-Balart divorced Castro and received custody of their son. Fidelito married twice and had three children with his first wife, the Russian Natasha Smirnova. Cuba state media is reporting that the oldest son of late Cuban lead...

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  • Man charged with conspiracy for allegedly selling Vegas shooter armor-piercing ammo
Man charged with conspiracy for allegedly selling Vegas shooter armor-piercing ammo

The news of the charges comes just hours after Haig and his attorney gave a press conference on Friday morning, when both insisted that Haig had absolutely no connection to the shooting and that none of the ammunition he sold Paddock was found in the hotel room.

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  • Kelly: Teacher Who Slammed Military 'Ought to Go to Hell'
Kelly: Teacher Who Slammed Military 'Ought to Go to Hell'

Kelly told Fox that he hopes Salcido "enjoys the liberties and the lifestyle that we have fought for". The incident is now being investigated by El Ranco School District and Salcido was kept on an administrative leave since Monday.

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  • Irish ambassador to Israel summoned by Netanyahu over Seanad bill
Irish ambassador to Israel summoned by Netanyahu over Seanad bill

Ms Kelly was summoned to the foreign ministry on Wednesday for what was termed a "clarification", even though the Seanad voted on Tuesday night to indefinitely postpone a vote on the private member's Bill introduced by Senator Frances Black to criminalise the sale of settlement products.

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  • NTSB handling investigation of deadly train crash in Crozet
NTSB handling investigation of deadly train crash in Crozet

Senator Bill Cassidy, a doctor, said he and other lawmakers who had medical training tended to the injured until emergency personnel arrived. "At first I thought someone did something deliberately to harm the train", Burgess said. One GOP source was unsure how many members of Congress were on the train or how many people were injured, but said th...

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  • Restrictions imposed, roads closed to foil JRL call 'Shopian Chalo'
Restrictions imposed, roads closed to foil JRL call 'Shopian Chalo'

Earlier, Malik had gone into hiding to evade arrest ahead of the proposed march to Shopian. Police said restrictions under Section 144 CrPC have been imposed within the territorial jurisdictions of Khanyar, Rainawari, Nowhatta, Safakadal and MR Gunj police stations of the district on Friday.

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  • KeyCorp Analysts Boost Earnings Estimates for Range Resources Corp. (RRC)
KeyCorp Analysts Boost Earnings Estimates for Range Resources Corp. (RRC)

It has underperformed by 52.75% the S&P500. Chesley Taft & Associates Llc decreased Monsanto Company (MON) stake by 76.69% reported in 2017Q3 SEC filing. Palko bought 34,000 shares of the company's stock in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, January 30th. The France-based Axa has invested 0.06% in Range Resources Corporation (NYSE:RRC).

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  • Kenyan authorities ignore court order allowing TV stations to broadcast
Kenyan authorities ignore court order allowing TV stations to broadcast

Meanwhile armed plainclothes police officers, were stationed Wednesday night outside the headquarters of Nation Media Group, which runs NTV , according to Linus Kaikai, a Nation journalist. "We are becoming another African country". On Wednesday, the Kenyan government had said the TV stations would stay off air indefinitely. Clashes between ...

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  • GOP lawmakers use medical expertise to assist injured after practice crash
GOP lawmakers use medical expertise to assist injured after practice crash

Eyewitnesses have told National Transportation Safety Board investigators the truck driver - who is alive but in serious condition, according to authorities - was seen trying to snake his way through the crossing gates, despite signals that included lights warning of the oncoming train, two sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN.

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  • Unum Group (UNM) Given
Unum Group (UNM) Given "Hold" Rating at Royal Bank of Canada

Hudson Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:HDSN) has risen 143.24% since February 1, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 10.05% the S&P500. The investment community uses this figure to determine a company's size, as opposed to sales or total asset figures.

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  • CAS Overturns Lifetime Bans on 28 Russian Athletes
CAS Overturns Lifetime Bans on 28 Russian Athletes

Interestingly, Putin's statement has come just a day after International Olympic Committee confirmed that 169 Russian athletes - who have a doping-free background - will compete at the Winter Olympics . Expectedly, Russian President Vladimir Putin was delighted with the development, saying he was "very glad" with the turn of events. "We ar...

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  • Alabama Men's Basketball Falls To Missouri, 69-60
Alabama Men's Basketball Falls To Missouri, 69-60

The group originally assembled as Porter's supporting cast more than held its own as younger brother Jontay Porter added 13 points in his new role off the bench and Jeremiah Tilmon came through with 12 points. Porter picked up his fourth foul with 17:12 left after he was called for his third on a block that he appeared to get mostly ball on. ...

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  • After Korean thaw, United Nations chief pushes 'serious' talks
After Korean thaw, United Nations chief pushes 'serious' talks

Trump mentioned North Korea's human rights abuses during his State of the Union address earlier this week. The efforts at reconciliation follow a year of heightened animosities over North Korea's increasingly sophisticated nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, which Pyongyang says can now reach the US mainland.

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  • Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. (NOG)- Stocks Trapped in Bearish Claws
Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. (NOG)- Stocks Trapped in Bearish Claws

The FCF Yield 5yr Average is calculated by taking the five year average free cash flow of a company, and dividing it by the current enterprise value. Institutional owners hold 32.00% stake while Insiders ownership held at 0.50% in the company.

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  • CHAN 2018: Morocco dispatch Libya to make final
CHAN 2018: Morocco dispatch Libya to make final

Nigeria's pioneer and largest brewing company, Nigerian Breweries Plc, has applauded the feat of the home-based Super Eagles of Nigeria in reaching the final of the fifth African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco. The products from that sector are doing Nigeria proud in Morocco. Nigeria will now lock horns with Morocco in Sunday's fin...

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  • Rihanna tweets at world leaders, seeks $3.1b to fund education
Rihanna tweets at world leaders, seeks $3.1b to fund education

However, Senegal's interior minister has been quoted as saying he will ensure the safety of all conference attendees. Rihanna , the fourth most followed person on Twitter with 86 million followers, uses social media to call Macron, British Prime Minister Theresa May and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to provide more funding.

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  • Taking a Fresh Look at Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST)
Taking a Fresh Look at Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST)

With its market cap stated above, the dividend yield for Costco Wholesale Corporation, COST is. (NASDAQ:COST) traded down $1.40 during trading on Thursday, reaching $193.47. As per Wednesday, January 24, the company rating was maintained by Morgan Stanley. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.19 in Q3 2017. On a percent-of-sales basis, COST's fre...

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  • IN wins federal permission to adopt Medicaid work requirements
IN wins federal permission to adopt Medicaid work requirements

One lawsuit has already been filed against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), intending to halt Kentucky's policy changes. The premium requirement, which began in 2015, was part of the state's version of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.

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  • United States wants smaller nukes to counter Russia — Nuclear Posture Review
United States wants smaller nukes to counter Russia — Nuclear Posture Review

The US military is concerned Moscow sees US nuclear weapons as too big to be used - meaning they are no longer an effective deterrent. The Pentagon-led effort, known officially as a nuclear posture review , is customarily done at the outset of a new administration.

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  • Rutgers withdraws from two-game football series with UCLA, adds Syracuse
Rutgers withdraws from two-game football series with UCLA, adds Syracuse

Then in 2014, the series was pushed back to 2020 in Pasadena and 2021 in Piscataway. If the Scarlet Knights would have canceled 24-months prior to the game or less, the fee would have been $1 million. While UCLA now must find an opponent to fill that void, Rutgers already has moved to schedule a two-game series with Syracuse, according to NJ.com, w...

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  • US Treasury says more sanctions to come out of
US Treasury says more sanctions to come out of "Kremlin list"

In the event of heavy sanctions on Russian debt, the Treasury expects American investors would curtail their business with Russians, which it claims could put us bankers at a competitive disadvantage. The credit rating company Moody's Investors Service said that it would consider raising Russian Federation to investment grade even if the nation i...

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