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Sen. Durbin says no domestic calculation in Democrats’ calls for Franken’s resignation

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, says that there was no domestic calculation when it came to job for his crony in the Senate, Al Franken, to step down from his chair amid ongoing allegations of passionate bungle against the Minnesota senator. “I can tell you it was a unpleasant routine since of the personal friendships and relations with Al and his …

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If Moore is elected, Sen. Collins says senators will face "tough decision"

Sen. Susan Collins says lawmakers will face a “tough decision” per overturning “the will of the people” if Alabama Senate claimant Judge Roy Moore wins his state’s special election this coming Tuesday in the arise of allegations of passionate bungle against him. “If the allegations are famous before to the election, which they weren’t in the case of Al Franken, …

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Protest nearby U.S. Embassy in Beirut sparks clashes

JERUSALEM — Scores of Lebanese and Palestinian demonstrators have clashed with confidence forces outward the U.S. Embassy in Beirut over President Donald Trump’s decision to commend Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The protesters collected hundreds of yards divided from the embassy on Sunday, where they burned an representation of Mr. Trump, U.S. and Israeli flags, as good as piles of garbage, …

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3 arrested in firebomb attack on synagogue

HELSINKI — Three people have been arrested for allegedly throwing firebombs at a synagogue in the Swedish city of Goteborg, the second anti-Jewish attack in the Nordic republic in two days. Jewish groups cursed the attacks as “unconscionable” and demanded that authorities take action. No one was harmed in the attack late Saturday during a girl eventuality at the synagogue …

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When pilots go from rehab to the cockpit

December 10, 2017, 9:09 AM| A celebration problem is not indispensably the finish of a pilot’s career. In fact, for decades the FAA has been sensitively promulgation pilots diagnosed as piece abusers back to work. It’s called the Human Intervention Motivation Study (or HIMS). And, before you panic, consider this: it’s one of the many successful rehab programs ever, and …

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Rehab that puts alcoholic pilots back in the cockpit

The difference CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF are welcomed by air travelers in a hurry. They’re even some-more welcomed by airline pilots who once feared they’d never fly again. Our Cover Story is reported by Tony Dokoupil: Many alcoholics can tell you the accurate moment they hit stone bottom. Former airline Captain Lyle Prouse hit his at 30,000 feet. On Mar 8, …

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Almanac: Dodge cars

And now a page from the “Sunday Morning” Almanac: Dec 10th, 1920, 97 years ago currently — the day vehicle colonize Horace Dodge died in New York at the age of 52. Horace Dodge and his older brother, John, had been appurtenance shop operators making tools for Oldsmobile and Ford when they rolled out the first vehicle to bear their …

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NYC burglar cuffed at boiled duck corner he attacked over the summer

The duck was so good he had to go back for more. A Bronx man was destitute after he showed back up at a boiled duck corner he attacked over the summer, police pronounced Saturday. Workers at Texas Chicken and Burger on Brook Ave. in Mott Haven famous Christopher Schlosser immediately when he walked in on Thursday. “He suspicion we …

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NYCHA blames tenants after anticipating lead paint in apartments

The City Housing Authority has a new tactic in its onslaught to residence its lead-paint investigation scandal: Blame the tenants. In the last few weeks, NYCHA sent “breach of lease” notices to 48 tenants who have immature children in the Red Hook Houses in Brooklyn after inspecting the apartments and anticipating lead paint there. The meaningful official notices privately warned …

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Letitia James spent $750G in taxpayer relating supports in easy race

City Public Advocate Letitia James burned by scarcely all of the some-more than $750,000 in taxpayer relating supports in a unilateral race against a feeble saved competition — spending $500,000 on a singular Election Day expenditure, open annals show. James, a Democrat who cruised to reelection over Republican domestic consultant J.C. Polanco, spent about $1.7 million in sum on the …

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