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Deaths of Saudi sisters in New York found to be suicide

Deaths of Saudi sisters in New York found to be suicide

The deaths of two Saudi sisters whose bodies were discovered on the banks of New York’s Hudson River last October were a double suicide, medical examiners have concluded. Rotana Farea, 23, and Tala Farea, 16, were Saudi citizens who had been living in the United States for two to three years. “Today, my office determined…More

LA teachers return to classrooms after 6-day strike

LA teachers return to classrooms after 6-day strike

Los Angeles teachers will return to their classrooms Wednesday after a six-day strike ended late Tuesday with teachers and staff throwing their support behind a new agreement. Preliminary numbers from a vote by members of the United Teachers Los Angeles show that “a vast super majority” voted yes, ending the strike, UTLA President Alex Caputo-Pearl…More

Denver teachers vote to strike for first time in 25 years

Denver teachers vote to strike for first time in 25 years

After more than a year of tense negotiations with the school district, Denver teachers overwhelmingly voted to strike late Tuesday. Following two days of voting, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association (DCTA) announced that 93% of its members approved a strike after negotiations failed. “Denver teachers overwhelmingly agreed to strike,” lead negotiator Rob Gould said during…More

Sources say Trump’s not angry at Giuliani: ‘Rudy’s not getting fired’

Sources say Trump’s not angry at Giuliani: ‘Rudy’s not getting fired’

President Donald Trump is not angry at his attorney Rudy Giuliani, despite the former New York mayor’s contradictory answers in recent interviews about a proposed Trump Tower project in Moscow, sources told CNN Tuesday — and Giuliani is not going anywhere. A source familiar with the Trump legal team told CNN on Tuesday, “Rudy’s not…More

Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg defends use of ‘stop and frisk’ policing

Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg defends use of ‘stop and frisk’ policing

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg offered a full-throated defense of the New York Police Department’s use of “stop and frisk” policing Tuesday evening, attributing the city’s declining murder rate during his tenure as mayor to the controversial policy. Taking questions from the audience during the United States Naval Academy’s 2019 Leadership Conference, Bloomberg…More

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