Baltimore government held hostage by hackers' ransomware

Baltimore Government Held Hostage By Hackers' Ransomware

The hack has disabled government email and payments to city departments, with no end in sight.

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Trump Dumped Thousands of Immigrants in San Antonio. The City’s Response Was a Lesson in Kindness.

Trump Dumped Thousands Of Immigrants In San Antonio. The City's Response Was A Lesson In Kindness.

"When it's up close and personal, people do a better job separating the politics from the people."

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Mario Batali to Face Criminal Assault Charge

Mario Batali To Face Criminal Assault Charge

Celebrity chef Mario Batali will face a criminal assault charge in Massachusetts. The Suffolk County District Attorney's Office said Batali was expected to be arraigned Friday in Boston Municipal Court on...

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Nigel Farage hit by a milkshake in Newcastle city centre

Nigel Farage Hit By A Milkshake In Newcastle City Centre

The Brexit Party leader was hit by a milkshake near Monument during a visit

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NYC subway system paid out $344k in overtime to a single employee last year

NYC Subway System Paid Out $344k In Overtime To A Single Employee Last Year

The MTA paid out $418m in overtime in 2018, a figure that is more than $80m more than a new fare hike will bring in to the system

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A Connecticut mosque fire was intentionally set, authorities say

A Connecticut Mosque Fire Was Intentionally Set, Authorities Say

A blaze that engulfed a New Haven mosque Sunday was intentionally set, the city's supervisor of fire investigations, Ray Saracco, told CNN.

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Mexico City pollution: Residents urged to stay indoors

Mexico City Declares Pollution Alert

Pollution in the Mexican capital reaches levels potentially dangerous to human health.

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San Francisco bans facial recognition technology

San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology

It is the first ban by a major city on the use of facial recognition technology by police and all other municipal agencies.

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Boy, 14, Mauled to Death by Pack of Dogs He Was Caring For

Police Release New Details On Teen Mauled To Death By Dogs

A 14-year-old Massachusetts boy who was mauled to death by dogs on Thursday night has been identified. Authorities said Ryan Hazel, of Rehoboth, was found dead at a property at 2477 Maple Swamp Rd.

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Man who threatened to 'kill all white people' charged in 6 murders

Man Who Threatened To 'kill All White People' Charged In 6 Murders

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A man already charged with killing three people in the Kansas City area was indicted Friday in the deaths of three more men, all of whom were shot in apparently unprovoked attacks along or near hiking trails, Jackson County prosecutors said. The suspect, Fredrick Demond Scott, a 23-year-old black man, once threatened to "kill all white people." All the victims...

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Denver voters appear to reject effort to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

Denver Voters Appear To Reject Effort To Decriminalize 'magic Mushrooms'

The measure on psilocybin mushrooms would have made the Colorado city the first in the United States to decriminalize the psychedelic substance.

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Unmarked Grave of the

Elephant Man's 'forgotten Grave Found'

The grave where some of Joseph Merrick's remains were buried has been traced, an author claims.

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Los Angeles has renamed a street after former President Obama

Los Angeles Has Renamed A Street After Former President Obama

The location is significant, the city said, because Obama held his first campaign rally in Los Angeles on February 20, 2007, at Rancho Cienega Park. The park sits on Rodeo Road, right across from W. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

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Pakistani doctor arrested after 90 infected by HIV syringe

Pakistani Doctor Arrested After 90 Infected By HIV Syringe

Officials say they traced the outbreak to a doctor, who allegedly used a contaminated syringe on patients.

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City closes two Williamsburg yeshivas that allowed unvaccinated kids to attend class

City Closes Two Williamsburg Yeshivas That Allowed Unvaccinated Kids To Attend Class

The city announced on Monday the closure of two Williamsburg yeshivas as punishment for allowing unvaccinated kids to attend class, as an outbreak of the highly contagious measles virus continues to sweep through Brooklyn's Orthodox Jewish communities.

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Judge signs off on homeless shelter on 'Billionaires' Row' in New York City

Judge Signs Off On Homeless Shelter On 'Billionaires' Row' In New York City

A Manhattan judge on Monday gave city officials the green light to open a controversial homeless shelter in the ritzy “Billionaires’ ...

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Chalking tires to enforce parking rules is unconstitutional, appeals court finds

Chalking Tires To Enforce Parking Rules Is Unconstitutional, Court Finds

Marking your tires with chalk is trespassing, not law enforcement, the federal appeals panel said in a Michigan case.

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5.4 earthquake hits coast of southern Mexico

5.4 Earthquake Hits Coast Of Southern Mexico

A magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck Mexico's southern coast Monday, with shaking felt hundreds of miles away in Mexico City.

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NYC Health Dept. Shuts 4 Brooklyn Yeshivas, Fines 3 Families in Measles Outbreak

NYC Health Dept. Shuts 4 Brooklyn Yeshivas, Fines 3 Families In Measles Outbreak

The yeshivas did not provide documentation proving unvaccinated children were being blocked from entering the school building.

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Chicago becomes largest US city to commit to 100% clean energy

Chicago Becomes Largest US City To Commit To 100% Clean Energy

The city council voted unanimously on the resolution, which also calls for complete electrification of the city's bus fleet by 2040.

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