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St. Patrick's Cathedral: Man is arrested by gas and lighters

When the Department Security Officer stopped a 37-year-old man, he left the church and was soon arrested by anti-terrorism officers, said NYPD John Miller at a press conference . New Jersey and it is known that the police, who spilled some of the gasoline when the security officer stopped him in the church and forced him to turn around, Miller …

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Justice Department Opioid Removal: Dozens of Apalachian Regional Prescription Opioid Strike Arrests in 7 Countries

Dozens of people, including 53 medical professionals, were accused of alleged involvement in the illicit opioid and other drug distribution, the Justice Department and the Department of Health and Human Services said on Wednesday. The Federal Law Enforcement and Healthcare Officers in Cincinnati held a press conference to announce the charges arising from the operation of the opalid strike removal …

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Treasury Policy Rules for Tax Separation Options in Zone Zones

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration issued regulations on Wednesday that could help venture capitalists, local American tribes, and businessmen benefit from a new tax incentive to invest in fighting communities. The creators of these incentives, known as "Opportunity Zones", have complained in recent weeks to the administration that its regulations can help manage most of the money in real estate …

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slams justice system announcing Felicity Huffman's alleged imprisonment

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., exploded in the justice system, reporting actress Felicity Huffman may receive a lighter imprisonment for her involvement in college admissions for bribery scams. Huffman, 56, agreed this month that she would be guilty of a single conspiracy and fraud amounting to $ 15,000 disguised as a charity to increase her daughter's SAT score. Ocasio-Cortez reacted to …

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Laguna Beach is voting for an American flag in police cars

The South California coastal city voted on Tuesday to keep the American flag in police cars, despite some people's objection that it could offend immigrants. Laguna Beach City Council voted on Tuesday evening to save its new 11 police logo on vehicles using stars and stripes on the word "police" Some small communities think the glossy red, white and blue …

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