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NYC public schools will offer free lunch to all students

Sept. 6 (UPI) — The New York City Department of Education, the largest school district in the United States, will offer free lunch to each one of its more than 1.1 million students beginning this year. The move was made by the New York City Council to prevent the embarrassment …

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I feel for Craig Carton and toxic gambling ‘disease’: old co-host #BREAKING112

Sid Rosenberg had plenty of emotions spilling out of him after hearing that one of his former radio partners, Craig Carton, was arrested by the feds Wednesday morning on charges he ripped off millions of dollars from investors to pay off massive gambling debts. The one emotion that rose up …

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Northern Lights will be visible across much of continental U.S.

On Wednesday evening, thanks to a very powerful sun storm, folks living as far south as Ohio and Indiana will likely catch an exceedingly rare glimpse of the Northern Lights. As Space.com explained, on Labor Day the sun “blasted out a huge cloud of superheated plasma known as a coronal mass ejection (CME).” The CME, …

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At Least 1 Injured in East Chicago Post Office Blast: ATF #BREAKING112

At least one person was injured Wednesday when “one, possibly two explosive devices detonated” in a post office in East Chicago, Indiana, according to an ATF spokesperson. The fire department received the call of a possible explosion at the East Chicago Main Passport Post Office around 6 p.m. at 901 E. …

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Priyanka Chopra regrets endorsing skin-lightening cream

You might know Priyanka Chopra best for her leading role in “Quantico,” but before she became a household name, the actress admits she took an acting gig early in her career she isn’t proud of. In a recent interview with Vogue India, the cover star said she once did a …

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Robert E. Lee Statue’s Removal in Dallas Delayed by Federal Court #BREAKING112

“That will be discussed at some point down the road,” he said. The vote to remove the statue followed a heated public hearing earlier in the day and weeks of national debate over Confederate monuments in the wake of the deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., …

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‘Cancer pen’ could help surgeons spot tumor cells in seconds

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 6, 2017 — A new “cancer pen” promises to help surgeons immediately detect and completely remove cancerous tumor tissue, without having to send samples off to a lab for testing while the patient languishes on the table. The MasSpec Pen is a hand-held device that allows doctors to …

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Las Vegas police: No evidence Michael Bennett was racially profiled #BREAKING112

Getty Images Las Vegas police held a news conference Wednesday after Michael Bennett accused its officers of mistreating him and threatening to kill him last month. Las Vegas Police Department undersheriff Kevin McMahill said investigators have found no evidence the Seahawks defensive end was racially profiled during the incident that …

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Sharks found in NY home’s basement pool

LAGRANGEVILLE, N.Y. –  Seven live sharks and three dead ones have been seized from a pool in the basement of a home in New York’s Hudson Valley. Related Image Expand / Collapse Officials say seven live sharks and three dead ones have been seized from the pool in the Hudson …

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The Memo: Trump pulls off a stone-cold stunner #BREAKING112

President Trump for once united Washington on Wednesday — in shock. Republicans and Democrats alike were left scratching their heads after the president did a deal with Senate Minority Leader Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerRSC Chairman: Harvey aid could be jeopardized if linked with debt ceiling Dems prep for major fight over …

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