Albany – NY Cuomo Commutes Sentence Of Brinks Robbery Getaway Driver

Albany, NY — A former radical who drove a getaway car during a Brinks armored car robbery that led to the deaths of two police officers and a security guard will be eligible for parole next year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo commuted her sentence. Judith Clark, a former Weather Underground member, has served 35 years […]


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Economic changes that will affect your wallet in 2017


Most workers to pay less tax, get additional day off or two.

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Trenton, NJ – Fight Against Publishing Notices In Newspapers Persists

Trenton, NJ — As classified advertising, once the lifeblood of newspapers, has dried up, one constant has remained: a thick daily listing of government public notices. But legislative fights have put that at risk. A measure to allow government agencies in New Jersey to no longer publish their legal notices in newspapers recently stalled, but […]


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Washington – Grand Old Party? Donald Trump Remaking GOP In His Image

Washington — For eight years, a leaderless Republican Party has rallied around its passionate opposition to President Barack Obama and an unceasing devotion to small government, free markets and fiscal discipline. No more. On the eve of his inauguration, Donald Trump is remaking the party in his image, casting aside decades of Republican orthodoxy for […]


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Burlington, VT – Vermont Utility Finds Malware Code Attributed To Russians

Burlington, VT — A state electric utility confirmed on Friday it had found on one of its laptops a malware code the U.S. government says is used by Russian hackers. The Burlington Electric Department said U.S. utilities were alerted by the Department of Homeland Security on Thursday of a malware code used in Grizzly Steppe, […]


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Comment: 2016, Obama’s hope to Putin’s reality


In this brave new world, or nightmare, depending on who you ask, Russian President Vladimir Putin is the rational model.

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Nimrud, Iraq – 3,000 Years Ago, It Ruled The Mideast, Now Blown To Pieces

Nimrud, Iraq — The chilly December wind whipped rain across the strewn wreckage of a city that, nearly 3,000 years ago, ruled almost the entire Middle East. Rivulets of water ran through the dirt, washing away chunks of ancient stone. The city of Nimrud in northern Iraq is in pieces, victim of the Islamic State […]


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One Israeli wounded, one missing in Istanbul nightclub attack that killed 39


One assailant shot a police officer and a civilian as he entered the Reina nightclub before opening fire at random inside.

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Israeli woman wounded in attack on Istanbul nightclub that killed 39, shooter still at large


One assailant shot a police officer and a civilian as he entered the Reina nightclub before opening fire at random inside.

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LIVE CONCERT: Gad Elbaz

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