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Philip Caruso – Local Judge, General Patrolman

Commissioner & District Executive – Unit, Grand Central, NYC Mr. Philip Caruso, also known as the “Fat Man,” New York City Transit’s Union President, died Saturday at his home in Queens, NY at the

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An Army of its Own Lives: Close to Missing

Before I arrived in the Mount Hood National Forest, I thought the area I would be visiting would be breathtaking and filled with a powerful sense of nature. Then, I learned more about a

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Japan’s emperor to run 2020 Paralympics

By Clare Baldwin, CNN • Updated 11th July 2010 Naruhito II, the first emperor of modern Japan, has been given the honor of officially opening the 2020 Paralympics, according to officials. Naruhito’s father, Hirohito,

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Huawei executive will learn fate on Thursday

CNN By Jamil Hamad and Damian Thomaz CNN A U.S. court is scheduled to rule Thursday on whether to release an executive in the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, after the company’s court- appointed attorney

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A scientist ‘Misdiagnosed’ odour of three species

Scientists are apparently doubting findings on how much odour is detected by dogs and pigeons, after a researcher involved in the original study was found to have doctored his results. The incorrect results meant

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Thank you, Penny Harrington

Good Night, and Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Austin Radcliffe Georgia Nicols, broadcaster, Charlene Creamean, Penny Harrington, who made a blue “X” on color TV, who broke the barriers of television broadcasting, but never