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New York TimesAfter Ferguson Announcement, a Racial Divide Remains Over Views of JusticeNew York TimesPaul McLemore, the first African-American to become a New Jersey state trooper, was on the streets of Newark in 1967 when riots following a police beating of a black taxi driver left 26 dead. He spent decades as a civil rights lawyer and years as a municipal ...Ferguson Protesters in Tense Confrontation With Police, National GuardNBCNews.comFerguson protesters torch cars, trash buildings in second night of tensionCNNTear gas used after protesters burn police car, break windows at Ferguson city ...STLtoday.comBoston Globe -MiamiHerald.com -NBC New Yorkall 17,002 news articles »
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Wall Street JournalHong Kong Police Clear Main Mong Kok Protest Site, Arrest Student LeadersWall Street JournalA police officer stands on a barricade in Mong Kok on Wednesday. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images. By. Mia Lamar,. Mia Lamar. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. BiographyMia Lamar; @mia_lamar. Isabella Steger and. Fiona Law. Nov. 26, 2014 3:07 ...Hong Kong Police Arrest Top Student Leader and Clear Protest SiteTIMEHong Kong police arrest more than 100 people as scuffles break out; Mong Kok ...ABC OnlineHong Kong police clear activists from protest siteIrish TimesReuters -The Hinduall 809 news articles »
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San Francisco ChronicleBoise State Cracks CFP Top 25KMVTTwin Falls, Idaho ( FOX/AP ) Another Tuesday in the books and another occasion for us to hear who's in the elite four of the College Football Playoff Rankings. The top four teams are unchanged; Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Mississippi State. TCU was ...Top 4 remains the same in CFP for nowHattiesburg AmericanBama, FSU, Oregon, Miss St hold playoff placesFairmont Sentinelall 357 news articles »
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Dallas Morning NewsThanksgiving travelers contend with rain, snowArizona Daily SunMINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year posed special challenges in the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contended with a nor'easter packing rain and snow ...Wednesday winter storm impacting people's Thanksgiving planswwlp.comall 1,583 news articles »
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BBC NewsYemen al-Qaeda: Raid frees hostagesBBC NewsA group of seven Yemenis who were taken hostage by a group linked to al-Qaeda have been freed by Yemeni special forces, officials say. Earlier reports that an eighth hostage - an American serviceman - was also rescued have been denied by the US.and more »
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The HinduModi talks about 'closer South Asian integration'at SAARC SummitThe HinduPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday stressed closer regional cooperation between SAARC countries and suggested five pillars for achieving that goal. “For India, our vision for the region rests on five pillars — trade, investment, assistance, ...South Asia Summit Nearing Failure as India, Pakistan BickerBloombergNo talks planned with Pakistan: IndiaTimes of IndiaModi to meet all SAARC leaders but PM Nawaz: Indian officialThe Express TribuneEconomic Times -Daily Times -Zee Newsall 1,985 news articles »
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Daily MailDotcom claims he is broke, facing New Zealand jailDaily MailInternet mogul Kim Dotcom, accused of pocketing more than US$175 million from pirated copies of movies and other material, claimed Wednesday he was broke and facing jail in New Zealand. In a live video link from his New Zealand mansion to the ...Megaupload's Dotcom says extradition fight leaves him bustReutersKim Dotcom says he is broke, facing jail in New ZealandChannel News AsiaKim Dotcom 'officially broke right now'Sydney Morning HeraldTVNZ -New Zealand Heraldall 58 news articles »
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CBS NewsObama may not reduce US troops in Afghanistan by end of 2014CBS NewsThe U.S. may not meet the President's goal of reducing U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan to 9,800 by the end of year, a goal Mr. Obama had announced in May. NATO countries that were supposed to supply the remaining troops to reach a total of 12,000 are ...A Look at US Military Action Across the MideastABC Newsall 198 news articles »
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New York TimesInhofe: New Congress will examine ozone ruleThe HillThe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards for ozone, expected to be released Wednesday, are already being met with opposition from conservative lawmakers. In a statement released Tuesday night, Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) said the new ...Obama Set for Retry of Smog Rule Businesses Say May Be CostliestBloombergAP sources: After tabling similar proposal, Obama to propose a stricter smog ...The Republicall 79 news articles »
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