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Manuel Noriega, Dictator Ousted by US in Panama, Dies at 83

New York Times - 30 May 2017
Removing Manuel Noriega, the dictator of Panama, from power in 1989 not only entailed what was then the largest American military action since Vietnam, but also set the stage for future actions by the United States. By THE NEW YORK TIMES on Publish ...
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Immigrants Keep an Iowa Meatpacking Town Alive and Growing

New York Times - 29 May 2017
STORM LAKE, Iowa — When Dan Smith first went to work at the pork processing plant in Storm Lake in 1980, pretty much the only way to nab that kind of union job was to have a father, an uncle or a brother already there. The pay, he recalled, was $16 an ...
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Strange Scene Behind Curtain at Ceremony for Dwight Gooden

New York Times - 29 May 2017
Dwight Gooden, the former Mets pitcher, speaking on the steps of New York City Hall at a ceremony in his honor in April. Credit Rex Features, via Associated Press. A good politician is a natural flirt who knows that sports loyalties are a shortcut to a ...
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Carmelo Anthony is having a really bad birthday

New York Post - 30 May 2017
This might rate as the most bittersweet birthday for Carmelo Anthony, who turned 33 on Monday with his professional career and personal life in upheaval. On the team's official Twitter account, the Knicks posted a large Anthony photo with “Happy ...
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Inside Sonny Rollins's Jazz Archive, Headed Home to Harlem

New York Times - 29 May 2017
These are among the insights to be gleaned from Mr. Rollins's personal archive, which the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, part of the New York Public Library, has acquired. The center will process the archive and eventually make it ...
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Tiger Woods Is Charged With Driving Under the Influence in Florida

New York Times - 29 May 2017
The mug shot of Tiger Woods after he was taken into custody in Jupiter, Fla., early Monday. Credit Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Tiger Woods, whose dominance in golf gave way several years ago to missteps and misfortune away from the course, was ...
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Argument over parking spot turns into deadly shooting frenzy

New York Post - 30 May 2017
The BMW's driver told the other men to step back, then handed a gun to Jeffery Alexander, 19, of Brooklyn, New York, who was sitting in the front passenger seat, according to the report. Police said Alexander fired multiple shots as the BMW pulled away ...
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Tiger Woods speaks: Alcohol wasn't involved

New York Post - 30 May 2017
Begay was arrested for aggravated drunken driving in 2000 when he ran into a car outside a bar in New Mexico. He was sentenced to 364 days in jail, with all but seven days suspended. “It's embarrassing for Tiger, something that you can't go back and ...
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As Computer Coding Classes Swell, So Does Cheating

New York Times - 29 May 2017
Prominent cheating scandals have cropped up at Harvard in other subjects, including in a government class. Credit Charlie Mahoney for The New York Times. “It is often such a complex task to read these guidelines,” wrote the committee chairman, Paul ...
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A Constitutional Puzzle: Can the President Be Indicted?

New York Times - 29 May 2017
President Trump boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House this month. Legal experts disagree about whether the Constitution allows for a president to be indicted. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — The Constitution ...
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Melania Trump, in Supporting Role, Shows Subdued Star Power on Trip

New York Times - 29 May 2017
Given that Mrs. Trump has been a spectral presence in her husband's White House — mostly staying in New York City with the couple's son, Barron — this trip was a coming-out party for her. It may also offer a clue as to what kind of first lady she is ...
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Suicide bomber wreaks havoc on busy Baghdad ice cream shop

New York Post - 30 May 2017
A suicide car bomber blew himself up outside a popular ice cream shop in Baghdad — killing at least 13 people and injuring 24 others — after they stopped fasting for Ramadan, officials said. More On: suicide bombings · How to stop homegrown ...
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Trump denounces racist train stabbing suspect

New York Post - 29 May 2017
President Trump on Monday denounced the white supremacist who fatally stabbed two men on a train in Portland two days earlier. Modal Trigger Getty Images. “The violent attacks in Portland on Friday are unacceptable. The victims were standing up to hate ...
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Drug Lobbyists' Battle Cry Over Prices: Blame the Others

New York Times - 29 May 2017
Members of the Georgia delegation of the National Community Pharmacists Association met in April with lawmakers at the Capitol in Washington. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — Hundreds of independent pharmacists swarmed the ...
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Tex. state rep sparks outrage after calling immigration officials

New York Daily News - 29 May 2017
An alleged scuffle broke out between two Texas state representatives on the House floor in Austin Monday after one of them called immigration officials on protesters opposing a new bill that clamps on sanctuary cities. Hundreds of protesters wearing ...
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UK Is Investigating Missed Signals Over Manchester Bomber

New York Times - 30 May 2017
Credit Andrew Testa for The New York Times. LONDON — Britain's domestic intelligence agency, MI5, is investigating its response to warnings from the public about the threat posed by Salman Abedi, the suicide bomber who killed 22 people and wounded ...

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