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FEMA Chief Defends Puerto Rico Response: ‘Logistic…

The White House defended its response to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico on Tuesday, with FEMA Administrator Brock Long saying there are more than a dozen ships in the area and the agency has put in place millions of meals and gallons of fresh water as it continues to improve conditions on ...

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Just 54 Percent Know Puerto Ricans Are US Citizens

Just 54 percent of American adults know that Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens, according to a Morning Consult poll published in The New York Times. Given the utter destruction the island suffered in the path of Hurricane Maria, that knowledge affects public perception about aid that the commonwealth of the ...

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‘Critter Shelf’ Project Aims to Help Wildlife cros…

The New York state Department of Transportation and The Nature Conservancy are testing a new “critter shelf” installed in a highway culvert to help wildlife cross safely. The structure was installed this summer inside a 138-foot-long, 14-foot-tall culvert south of Boonville, in central New York. The steel walkway suspended above ...

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American Athletes Mull Protests at Upcoming Winter…

If President Donald Trump is unhappy with NFL players’ protests now, he had better brace for what he might see on the world’s biggest stage — the upcoming Winter Olympics, The New York Times reported. If the U.S. repeats its 2014 take of 28 medals this February in PyeongChang, South Korea, ...

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Georgetown Law Professors, Students Plan to Protes…

Dozens of students and professors at Georgetown University’s Law Center plan to protest Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ talk about free speech at the campus on Tuesday. The protest will reportedly include some professors taking a knee outside the auditorium where he will speak. Thirty-one members of the faculty signed a letter ...

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Wisconsin Election Leaders to Discuss Bolstering S…

Wisconsin election leaders are slated to discuss ways to bolster security efforts after the state’s voter registration system was targeted by Russian hackers. Source link

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‘We May Have Stopped Cassidy-Graham’

Comedian Jimmy Kimmel on his show Monday night joked that he seems to have stopped the Republican Party’s latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. “I think I need to come clean. Here’s what happened: So my wife and I were worried about healthcare. We didn’t like what the ...

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Mike Rowe Blames All Sides For NFL Controversy

TV host Mike Rowe weighed in on the controversy over NFL players protesting racial inequality by refusing to stand during the nation anthem, casting blame for the affair in every direction but also stressing that it is the people who have the power to ultimately decide what happens. Rowe, who generally ...

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NFL Sunday Ratings Fall After Trump’s Call for Gam…

Ratings were down on Fox, where Atlanta was taking on Detroit, and on NBC, where Washington battled Oakland. But over at CBS, people were tuning in for Houston and New England — regardless of President Donald Trump’s call to boycott NFL games. Such is the murky picture that’s emerged following Trump’s ...

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All Rise: Yankees' Judge Breaks Rookie Home R…

New York Yankees’ right fielder Aaron Judge on Monday broke Mark McGwire’s rookie home run record when he belted a pair of homers at Yankee Stadium against the Kansas City Royals. Source link

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