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Bichotte, Barrons in proxy battle for East New York Assembly seat * Brooklyn Paper
The dynastic Barrons could see their East New York political dominion snatched away if a special election scheduled for next month goes the way of Brooklyn Democratic Party bosses.
11 New California Laws in 2022 Explained Through Video | KQED
The new year brings a raft of new laws for Californians.
How Rodney King and the City of Los Angeles Tried to Reckon With the Damage They Had Suffered
After the largest civil disturbance in American history, Los Angeles faced a daunting task. Dozens of people had been killed and thousands injured.
Good Afternoon, News: Snow Coming to Portland, FDA Authorizes COVID Pill, and Student Loan Payments Pushed to Mid-2022
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Vic Emery, inaugural chairman of Scottish Police Authority, dies
The first chairman of the Scottish Police Authority has died after a car crash on one of the country's busiest roads.
Senate confirms Rachael Rollins as U.S. attorney for Massachusetts
In a statement Wednesday, Rollins said she was "honored and humbled" by the opportunity, and looks forward to applying what she called "data-driven, evidence-based approaches" on the federal level.
After weeks of speculation, Art Acevedo says he will not enter L.A. County sheriff's race
Art Acevedo, a prominent law enforcement figure who has run some of the country's largest police agencies, said that he will not enter the race for Los Angeles County sheriff.
A still inconvenient truth
What the fuck is wrong with us?
We knew about the affects of global warming in the 80s.
Al Gore made a couple movies about it in the early 2000s.
De Blasio admits to not wanting school safety agents put under DOE control | amNewYork
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