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Whats the most shocking is her excuse when confronted by this young man. Who happens to be an attorney! BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) – The owner of a Buffalo deli is being held on $2 million bail for welfare fraud charges. Ahmed Alshami, 37, is charged with criminal possession of public benefit cards, misuse of food …

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NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A 27-year-old Montgomery County man is in custody in connection with what law enforcement officials call one of the “most horrific acts of child abuse” they’ve seen “in a really long time.” Investigators say Nicholas Kernechel was watching his girlfriend’s four-year-old autistic son in the apartment they shared on Main Street in …

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One month after suddenly closing down because too many people wanted to walk across it, the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge is scheduled to officially reopen in Zhangjiajie on Friday, just in time for China’s Golden Week madness. One month after suddenly closing down because too many people wanted to walk across it, the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed …

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Yes, you could call it free money.  Folks were looking at getting more than twice that amount. But that doesn’t mean all Alaskans are happy about the $1,022 dividend checks nearly every resident will receive starting Thursday from the state’s oil wealth fund. Folks were looking at getting more than twice …

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POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after allegedly sending a naked photo of a baby girl for drugs POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after allegedly sending a naked photo of a baby girl for drugs. On Aug. 31, investigators in Pottawatomie County were contacted by Seminole County officials about a tip from DHS. According to the …

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Outside the Tulsa Police Department station at a We The People Oklahoma protest regarding the#TerenceCrutcher shooting. Below the excerpt of the video you can see the full streamed video. No one seemed to even care about what this man said. Nor did they address it and denounce him and his words.

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The Alexandria City Council voted unanimously Saturday to remove a statue of a Confederate solider from historic Old Town, and to rename the Jefferson Davis Highway so it no longer honors the president of the Confederacy. The Council needs permission from the Virginia Legislature to relocate the statue of a Confederate soldier, which stands facing …

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North Carolina state law states that only a legal resident can become a notary public, but the state’s secretary of state is granting licenses to illegal immigrants. The North State Journal called a staffer at the North Carolina Secretary of State’s office’s notary public section who said that “yes” a copy of a Deferred Action for …

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The Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference ended Sunday, and Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, a former Democrat who grew up on an Alabama plantation, named the Congressional Black Caucus one of many “race hustlers” that work to “keep black Americans angry and demoralized for power and wealth to themselves.” “They keep them in a state …

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China has once again publicly decided the U.S. is behind everything that’s wrong with the world, according to a slew of anti-American articles in a state-sponsored newspaper. The People’s Daily published three articles Sunday blaming the U.S. for everything from the crises in the Middle East to conflicts in Eastern Europe to rising tensions in the East China …

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President Barack Obama made a joke with unfortunately bad timing Saturday, quipping that the Islamic State was no big deal compared to his birth certificate, only to have America hit by two separate explosions. While addressing a dinner held by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Saturday night, Obama joked about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent declaration that Obama …

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A 911 call following the explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan threatened more dangerous blasts, The New York Post reported. “I’m looking at the explosion down the block. There will be more,” the anonymous male voice said. The caller claimed to be at 23rd Street and Seventh Avenue after the dangerous incident happened, law …

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A Black Lives Matter activist now urges more police presence in his community after being robbed at gunpoint. Jerry Ford Jr., a University of Houston graduate student, said he saw a young man hanging around his apartment complex, reports ABC 13. When Ford went to unlock his door, the man pulled a gun on him …

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Mark Cuban just called out Donald Trump on Twitter to let him interview him and suggested “what do you have to lose.” On Friday, the tech billionaire tweeted Trump that he would give the charity of his choice $10 million dollars if he would let him interview him for four hours to talk about his …

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The media showed up to the presidential ballroom of the new Trump International Hotel on Friday morning expecting Donald Trump to take questions about whether he still questions President Obama’s birthplace. Instead, they got more than a half hour of a variety of military heroes — generals, medal of honor recipients and a gold star …

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A 16-year-old employee was sent home from work for wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey to “Wear A Football Jersey Day” at a Kroger grocery store in Springfield, Ohio. The Kroger manager sent Elijah Scott home to change out of his Kaepernick jersey after a customer complained and said he “wasn’t going to shop there again,” …

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Yanicka Parker, a Florida woman, was a longtime employee of the Broward County Clerk of Courts. She worked there for 12 years until she says she was suddenly fired when she told her bosses she wouldn’t issue marriage licenses to same sex couples.  She’s has now filed a federal lawsuit against Howard C. Forman, the Clerk …

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Ms. Bernice Starnes has a thing or two to say about the woman who allegedly robbed her outside her Bronx, New York apartment building. And she doesn’t mince words. “She wants to hurt me, and the b*tch don’t even know me,” Starnes told PIX11 News. You must watch the full interview here: Police say the suspected thief, …

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The Michigan Board of Education officially approved a guidance on LGBTQ students Wednesday, instructing the state’s public schools to let students choose their gender, name and bathroom in order to create an “inclusive school environment.” The guidance was first drafted in February but went unnoticed until reported by The Daily Caller in March. “Students should be allowed to use the …

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Dr. Milton Wolf is casting doubt about Hillary Clinton’s alleged pneumonia diagnosis. In the letter Clinton released Wednesday “to allay concerns after her weekend medical scare,” her personal doctor stated she diagnosed the former secretary of state with “a mild non-contagious bacterial pneumonia” on September 2. According to Wolf, no such strain of pneumonia exists. Wolf, who …

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A Massachusetts man gets daily fines for having too many signs endorsing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on his private property, according to an Associated Press report Thursday. Ricky Early received a letter from the city of Haverhill, Massachusetts Sept. 9, informing him that he was in violation of a local ordinance that limits the …

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