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That event takes place in the Maple Room, next to the senior center, in the Summit on the Park. In recognition of Veterans Day, on November 10, NYSE American, the New York Stock Exchanges market for small to mid-cap growth companies, will donate 100% of its trading proceeds to Headstrong , a charity dedicated to providing valuable mental health services to us veterans.
  • 10 cars collide on Yamuna Expressway due to smog, several injured

    10 cars collide on Yamuna Expressway due to smog, several injured

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    Sohail Tuteja, owner of Audi, said that he was going from Aligarh to Delhi with four friends. In this unfortunate incident, one can clearly figure out that people are asking other passengers who are stuck in their vehicles, who have rammed into other vehicles, to come out fearing that other cars who are coming on the same way might hit to their vehicles and create further damage.
  • Roger Federer Wears Kilt While Playing Against Andy Murray

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    Wearing a tartan "See You Jimmy" hat, Murray lost to a kilt-wearing Roger Federer in an exhibition match at " Andy Murray Live" - an evening of tennis that raises money for Unicef and Young People's Future. 'I've had setbacks and things can go quite quickly as well. "When I took it off I felt naked because it was nice and snug and heavy". "Now I've had time to give my body the rest and recovery it needs".
  • Closest Netanyahu Aide Grilled in Sub Affair

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    Investigators suspect state officials were paid bribes to influence the decision to buy submarines and patrol boats from ThyssenKrupp, despite opposition from the defense ministry. Netanyahu is involved in two other police investigations one in which it is suspected that he received expensive gifts from different businessmen, and the other in which Netanyahu allegedly sought a secret deal for favourable coverage with the publisher of top-selling daily Yediot Aharonot.
  • Department of Justice Agrees It Is OK to Laugh at Jeff Sessions

    Department of Justice Agrees It Is OK to Laugh at Jeff Sessions

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    The member of Code Pink who laughed during U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing in January will not be prosecuted, court papers stated on Monday. Fairooz had faced up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine if she were convicted on both charges at trial. Her first trial this past May resulted in a conviction that a judge later threw out in July, for reasons we wrote about here.
  • Draymond Green explains meaning behind Instagram post

    Draymond Green explains meaning behind Instagram post

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    National Basketball Association star LeBron James isn't sweating over ex-teammate Kyrie Irving's mega explosion as a Boston Celtic. Green followed by posting one of his own today of him with his tongue out, captioned the same way as James , making many think this was one of his petty social media shots, which the two have been known to trade throughout the years.
  • Georgia Teacher Threatens Student For Talking Back

    Georgia Teacher Threatens Student For Talking Back

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    The student's mother, April Carr , told WSB-TV that she posted the footage on her Facebook page earlier this week after the school told her that someone had cursed at her son in his physics class. Though the school's assistant principal reached out to Carr last Thursday to inform her of what happened, Carr didn't get the full picture until her son gave her an explanation and later showed her the video of Hagan's extremely inappropriate behavior.
  • Arsenal defender Koscielny announces France retirement date

    Arsenal defender Koscielny announces France retirement date

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    The 32-year-old is one of France's most senior members and was part of the squad that finished runners-up in Euro 2016 . By stepping away from the French national team, Koscielny could use the global breaks to rest, rather than battle for minutes against a whole host of younger, hungrier players eager to represent their country.
  • Two NYPD cops charged with raping teen prisoner quit the force

    Two NYPD cops charged with raping teen prisoner quit the force

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    Martins and Hall pleaded not guilty to the charges in a 50-count indictment alleging they raped the woman on the night of September 15 and forced her to perform oral sex in Calvert Vaux Park in Gravesend. After the assault, they added, the officers drove back to Coney Island and dropped the woman off about five blocks from their station house, warning to her keep her mouth shut.
  • Video evidence surfaces in Sherri Papini case

    Video evidence surfaces in Sherri Papini case

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    Papini had previous run-ins with police and her mother once reported Papini to authorities for harming herself then blaming her mother for it. The footage was released by The Shasta County Sheriff's Office who last month said they found numerous inconsistencies in Papini's story.
  • Ravinder Bhalla Becomes First Ever Sikh Mayor Of New Jersey's Hoboken City

    Ravinder Bhalla Becomes First Ever Sikh Mayor Of New Jersey's Hoboken City

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    Hoboken Police Chief Kenneth Ferrante said the act of altering the flyer to link someone to terrorism based on the unstated but implied reference to Bhalla's race and religion potentially could be prosecuted as a hate crime. Hoboken Police Chief Ken Ferrante said the incident is now being investigated as a possible "bias crime". The upper lefthand corner of the flyer reads "Paid for by Team DeFusco For Hoboken", referring to Mike DeFusco, a Hoboken city councilman also running for mayor.
  • Deadlock persists over constitutional amendment

    Deadlock persists over constitutional amendment

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    At that time, no opposition member raised any objection against the bill but it is surprising that now when the consensus document was presented before the National Assembly on Thursday, three main opposition parties including PPP, PTI and MQM negated their earlier stance and raised different objections to the amendment.
  • Ryan School murder case: CBI questions Class XI student

    Ryan School murder case: CBI questions Class XI student

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    According to Section 19 (a) of the Juvenile Justice Act , information by the police officer-in-charge on arrest needs to be provided to the parent /guardian and probation officer. The Haryana government recommended a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe in the matter following outrage on September 15. Investigators claimed that they zeroed in on the 16-year-old student through a CCTV footage, forensic evidence and scientific evidence.
  • Kim Jong Nam: North Korea official 'met suspects' shortly after murder

    Kim Jong Nam: North Korea official 'met suspects' shortly after murder

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    The four suspects - Ri Jae Nam, Hong Song Hak, Ri Ji Hyon and O Jong Gil - travelled to Malaysia on different days in the week leading up to the murder, the court heard. It was reported that Jong-Nam was at klia2 on Feb 13 to board a flight to Macau when two women approached and suddenly wiped his face with toxic liquid which was later identified as the VX nerve agent.
  • United States urges action after Saudi Arabia accuses Iran over missile attack

    United States urges action after Saudi Arabia accuses Iran over missile attack

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    Haley said a ballistic missile shot down over Saudi Arabia on November 4, which precipitated a sharp escalation of tensions between Riyadh and Tehran this week, "may also be of Iranian origin". Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday that Saudi Arabia's "wars of aggression" and "regional bullying" were threatening the Middle East.