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March against anti-Semitism draws estimated 25,000 to New York City streets: 'No Hate, No Fear' March against anti-Semitism draws estimated 25,000 to New York City streets: 'No Hate, No Fear'
NEW YORK CITY – Thousands of Jews and non-Jews alike took to the streets of New York City on Sunday, marching across the Brooklyn Bridge in a dramatic show of cross-faith unity after a string of bloody anti-Semitic attacks in the region. Chanting "No Hate, No Fear," a crowd estimated at 25,000 from New York, New Jersey and beyond assembled at Foley Square in Lower Manhattan under clear, crisp s...
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In California: Skiing turns back time. Walking super far adds it, suit alleges. In California: Skiing turns back time. Walking super far adds it, suit alleges.
Two men are suing a ski resort for breach of contract and fraud after it started charging for plum parking. And you may want to get health insurance soon if you don't already have it or face state fines. It's Arlene Martínez with news to take you into the weekend. But first, Rage Against the Machine returns to Coachella, along with allll these acts. In California is a roundup of stories f...
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Washington state police spend 10 hours digging out cars buried by tumbleweeds on New Year's Eve Washington state police spend 10 hours digging out cars buried by tumbleweeds on New Year's Eve
State troopers in Washington state spent 10 hours digging cars and a semitruck out from under hills of tumbleweeds that flooded a road on New Year's Eve in an event being dubbed "Tumblegeddon." Washington State Patrol Trooper Chris Thorson told USA TODAY on Tuesday that his district began receiving 911 calls around 6:30 p.m. local time about tumbleweeds blocking the roadway in an area about 20...
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Alabama police apologise for 'insensitive' homeless quilt photo Alabama police apologise for 'insensitive' homeless quilt photo
A US police chief has apologised for an "insensitive" Facebook post in which two officers held up a "homeless quilt" made up of signs used for begging. The officers in Mobile, Alabama, said it was a Christmas message. The chief of the police force said it did not condone panhandling - a US term for begging. But he said the Mobile police department did not intend to "make light of those wh...
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'Heroic' parishioners end Texas church shootout in 6 seconds, authorities say; 3 dead, including gunman 'Heroic' parishioners end Texas church shootout in 6 seconds, authorities say; 3 dead, including gunman
A man pulled out a shotgun inside a North Texas church on Sunday and opened fire, killing two people, authorities said. It could have been far worse. Two congregants, both volunteer members of the church's security team, drew their weapons and confronted the gunman, fatally shooting him and saving an "untold number of lives" at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, a town of about ...
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In California: A new internet privacy law returns power to consumers In California: A new internet privacy law returns power to consumers
It's Arlene Martínez, bringing you news for your last Friday in 2019. But first, Christmas cash burning a hole in your pocket? Here's a list of small, largely independent California boutiques ready to help you spend that money. In California is a roundup of stories from newsrooms across the USA TODAY Network and beyond. Sign up for M-F delivery here! 'I always feel like somebody's watchi...
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Don't throw food in the trash in Vermont, or ask about salary history in New Jersey. Here are 7 state law changes for 2020 Don't throw food in the trash in Vermont, or ask about salary history in New Jersey. Here are 7 state law changes for 2020
A slew of state laws take effect in 2020 – ranging from mandatory composting to child abuse registries to access to diaper changing stations. One state will even begin banning expiration dates for gift certificates. A few of the more notable changes: Vermont rolls out mandatory composting Food scraps can't go in Vermont landfills beginning July 1. Residents will have four ways to handle ro...
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Christmas travel weather forecast: Mostly smooth sailing for your holidays Christmas travel weather forecast: Mostly smooth sailing for your holidays
Most folks traveling for Christmas this week should see quiet weather, forecasters say. "Tranquil weather conditions through Christmas Day will make for a nice stocking stuffer from Mother Nature for those traveling through the holiday," National Weather Service meteorologist Peter Mullinax said. Major travel hubs in the Northeast and Midwest should see clear skies on Christmas Eve and Chris...
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2 dead, including gunman, 2 injured in shooting at municipal building in North Carolina 2 dead, including gunman, 2 injured in shooting at municipal building in North Carolina
A city sanitation employee fatally shot a co-worker and injured two other people Friday morning in a targeted attack that ended in a shootout with police outside a municipal building in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, police said. Steven DeWayne Haizlip, 61, a city employee of 12 years, brought two handguns to the building and fatally shot Terry Lee Cobb Jr., 48, a city employee of 20 years, pol...
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Vermont city goes through 2 police chiefs in a day amid social media controversies Vermont city goes through 2 police chiefs in a day amid social media controversies
BURLINGTON, VT – A whirlwind social media saga this week in Burlington, Vermont resulted in a police chief resigning and his appointed successor being removed from the office after both came under suspicion of using fake social media accounts. Former police chief Brandon del Pozo resigned and former interim police chief Jan Wright was removed by mayor Miro Weinberger. They both used fake social...
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