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NYC Seeks $35 Million to Cover Security Costs for President-Elect Donald Trump

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New York City is requesting $35 million from the federal government to cover security costs for President-elect Donald Trump. Trump has spent much of his time since the election at his Trump Tower apartment in midtown Manhattan, forcing steep costs for the city as police work with the Secret Service to amp up security in the area. That comes out to be $1 million a day to protect Trump and his family, Mayor Bill de Blasio said back in November. Source: Donald Trump: NYC Seeks $35 Million to Cover Security Costs
Teen Burglary Suspect Shot By Florida Police Officer

Teen Burglary Suspect Shot By Florida Police Officer

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[wpdevart_youtube]https://youtu.be/dLGuoPUOQiU[/wpdevart_youtube] A 17-year-old burglary suspect was shot in Rockledge overnight by an officer after a car chase that resulted in a police cruiser being hit and the suspected getaway vehicle wrecked in a ditch. Police first responded to the area of Hawk and Cogswell streets just before midnight Thursday after receiving several calls from residents about two individuals breaking into cars. The two fled from officers in a white Toyota Corolla and at some point in the chase one of the police cruisers was hit by the suspects’ car. Officers tried to stop that vehicle, that vehicle fled, actually striking one of our patrol cars, as it fled. The Corolla ended up crashing into a ditch at the intersection and when the two suspects got out o
California Lawmakers Want to Reform a Bail System They Say ‘Punishes the Poor for Being Poor

California Lawmakers Want to Reform a Bail System They Say ‘Punishes the Poor for Being Poor

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California lawmakers next year will make it a top priority to reform the system through which judges award criminal offenders bail, saying courts across the state are punishing “the poor for being poor.”Assemblyman Rob Bonta and Sen. Bob Hertzberg said they plan to fire the first salvo Monday, when lawmakers descend upon the Capitol for the start of the 2017 legislative session. They will introduce bills stating the Legislature intends to enact laws that will reduce the number of people detained before trial and address the racial and economic disparities in the bail process. Source: California Lawmakers Want to Reform a Bail System They Say ‘Punishes the Poor for Being Poor’ | KTLA

Foam fills Center City street after PECO substation explosion 

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Firefighters responded to a hazmat situation in Center City Philadelphia, where a massive amount of foam covered an entire city block after it leaked from a PECO substation. Several calls were made to police after 1 p.m. Saturday, reporting explosions inside a building around the 400 block of South Juniper Street. Crews arrived to the find the fire suppression system had released a large amount of foam. They say there was a problem at the substation, which caused a power outage, and then the foam began appearing. "There was a fire alarm going on and I didn't really think anything of it, and then I was just chillin' in my bed and I heard this huge explosion," said Mark Deluca, witness."Then all of a sudden what looked like giant soap bubbles started floating down in front of our ho...
Police: 6 dead from heroin overdoses in Philadelphia

Police: 6 dead from heroin overdoses in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia police are investigating after six people died from heroin overdoses Sunday. The overdoses started sometime this evening, with the latest around 8 p.m. on the 600 block of East Indiana Avenue. Police say a 24-year-old man overdosed on the 3000 block of North Broad Street; a 42-year-old man on the 3300 block of Kensington Avenue; a man in his 30s on East Indiana Avenue; a woman in her 30s on the 3300 block of Amber Street; a man in his 40s on the 2800 block of D Street; and another man in his 40s on the 3300 block of Kensington Avenue. Source: Police: 6 dead from heroin overdoses in Philadelphia
‘Meat Glue’ & Other Ingredients in California Roll Sushi, Gummy Bears & Salad Dressings Are Now Implicated in Leaky Gut & Mysterious Autoimmune Diseases

‘Meat Glue’ & Other Ingredients in California Roll Sushi, Gummy Bears & Salad Dressings Are Now Implicated in Leaky Gut & Mysterious Autoimmune Diseases

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If you are dedicated and serious about healing leaky gut and autoimmune disease, I need you to know about a recent study that IDs seven food additives that trigger leaky gut, or at the very least contribute to the condition. So what, exactly, is leaky gut? Known in the medical literature for more than a 100 years as “intestinal permeability,” in my opinion, many modern doctors don’t know how to ID and treat leaky gut. That’s a shame because it’s believed to be at the root of  which is at the root of many diseases. Signs and symptoms you have leaky gut include inflammation, joint pain, inflammatory skin disorders and rashes, food allergies and sensitivities and all sorts of other health problems. According to a study published in a Norwegian medical journal this process “is implicated in th
Proposed Amendment to the Constitution to abolish the Electoral College

Proposed Amendment to the Constitution to abolish the Electoral College

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The proposal below is now in debate in the House of Representatives to abolish the electoral college. This has been proposed by Congressman Steve  Cohen of Tennessee's 9th district Memphis/Shelby County. H.J.Res. 104: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to abolish the electoral college and to provide for the direct election of the President and Vice President of the United States. 114th CONGRESS 2d Session H. J. RES. 104 IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 1, 2016 Mr. Cohen submitted the following joint resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to abolish the electoral college and to provide for the direct election of the President an

17 dead, 10 trapped in north China coal mine explosion

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  17 people are dead and 10 others trapped after an explosion at a coal mine in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on Saturday. The explosion happened around midday at a mine belonging to Baoma Mining Co. Ltd. in Chifeng, sources with the regional work safety authority and the city government of Chifeng confirmed. 136 people were working underground when the disaster happened. 109 miners have been rescued to safety. A search and rescue operation is underway. The coal mine has been closed down, and the cause of the accident is under investigation. This comes after a similar icident happened at another coal mine days ago in China that left 38.   Source: 17 dead, 10 trapped in north China coal mine explosion
Indonesia plane crash: Jet with 15 people on board ‘crashes into sea’

Indonesia plane crash: Jet with 15 people on board ‘crashes into sea’

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The twin-engine police jet was en route to the island of Batam near southern Singapore. The plane set off from Pangkal Pinang, Bangka Island in the direction of the Riau Islands, before crashing into the water at around 10am. Debris from the M-28 Skytruck was found by fishermen off Pulau Senayang, Riau Islands province, at 11.30am local time. Authorities believe the plane may have gone down between the islands of Mensanak and Sebangka or Gentar. A search team has recovered items which are believed to belong to the missing aircraft. Twelve passengers are feared dead. “An explosion was heard before the plane crash. Pieces of chairs and bodies were found by residents,” Tanjung Pinang naval base commander First Adm. S. Irawan told The Jakarta Post. The Commander co