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  1. Reporting: ScienceBREAKTHROUGH Power Test a Success, but a.P. Sits on itRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2011 | American Reporter

    Now we've entered the stage of the Occupy Wall Street movement where things are starting to get dangerous for the brave American who insists upon exercising his or her First Amendment right to peaceably assemble to seek social change. We've seen mass arrests and the forcible dismantling of encampments in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, and other cities around the country.


  2. Diary of a great yearRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    January Billionaire ex-mayor Michael Bloomberg holidayed in New Zealand - his first vacation after 12 years in New York's top job. Liam Gallagher came for the Big Day Out festival but kept a low-key presence watching footy at a Parnell sports bar.


  3. Backlash Against de BlasioRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | In-depth Africa

    His crusade against the police goes back at least to his election campaign last year when he caustically criticized then-mayor Michael Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk policy. De Blasio is appealing for calm and for a temporary suspension of the ugly anti-police protests his incendiary rhetoric has spawned.


  4. Judge frees another cop hater who a puncheda officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    Judge Laura Johnson was at it again, freeing a cop-punching man, Travis Maye, a day after letting a man who made death threats against NYPD officers off without bail. A day after freeing a gang member who posted an anti-cop death threat online , a Brooklyn judge ignored the admonishment of a court boss - and sprung a man who allegedly punched a police officer and threatened to kill his colleagues, The Post has learned.


  5. Gun Used to Kill NYPD Officers Came From Atlanta PawnshopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | News Max

    Police officials have discovered that the handgun used to kill the two police officers in New York City on Saturday can be traced to a pawnshop in Atlanta, The New York Times reported. The silver Taurus semiautomatic handgun used by Ismaaiyl Brinsley, a convicted felon with a history of mental illness, started its life in 1996 in a legally traceable transaction.


  6. $4.5 Million Up In Smoke: How Billionaire Tom Steyer's Anti-Koch Ads FloppedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NewsBusters.org

    He failed to get other left-wing donors to join his crusade to make climate change the No. 1 election issue.


  7. N.Y. crisis testing Mayor Bill de Blasio's political styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Boston.com

    Mayor Bill de Blasio, confronting the gravest crisis of his young administration, has been by turns composed and defiant, empathetic and indignant, urging calm in one moment and lashing out in frustration the next. In other words, he has acted like himself: a confident but mercurial leader whose singular political style has not wavered, even in the face of a potentially career-defining flash point over the police and race.


  8. Protesters rebuff De Blasio's calm callsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Buenos Aires Herald

    Mayor Bill De Blasio's attempts to soothe a city dismayed by the slaying of two officers were further rebuffed yesterday, placing the liberal politician under further pressure, as protesters defied his call to suspend what have become regular demonstrations over the use of excessive police force against black US citizens. De Blasio led a moment of silence at City Hall in the afternoon three days after the attack on the officers, before asking his staff to hug those nearby "as a symbol of our belief that we will move forward together" - a gesture ridiculed by right-wing commentators in the US.


  9. More Trouble at the New York TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | American Thinker

    One hundred journalists, including some high-profile names, are leaving the New York Times as the paper desperately seeks to conserve cash in the face of a serious shortfall. It's not a very Merry Christmas at the paper that still fancies itself the gold standard of American journalism, even as conservatives remain critical of its deep liberal bias.


  10. The Ultimate Tiny Homes Are Made For KidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Switched

    They're small, well-designed homes that can cost up to $20,000 . But unlike the tiny homes we know and love, these structures aren't for adults taken with the less-is-more, mortgage-free lifestyle.


  11. NRA-endorsed Martha McSally scores a major victory over national gun control groupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Sonoran News

    FAIRFAX, Virginia The National Rifle Association would like to congratulate Martha McSally on her victory in the race for Arizona's Second Congressional District.


  12. Israeli Voters Beware - " Think New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Ever since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dissolved the government a few weeks ago, everybody wants a piece of the action. Every Israeli, left and right, wants to take Bibi's place and every Israeli citizen belongs to a different party.


  13. ItCH: A Haunting by Ghosts of Mayors PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | NY1

    When Ed Koch was mayor, he started a holiday tradition with members of the City Hall press corps, inviting them all to a sit-down dinner in Gracie Mansion. Along with the reporters' spouses and the mayor's cabinet members, the group broke bread and generally got along better as the night progressed and the drinks flowed.


  14. New group aims to curb gun violenceRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2014 | Anchorage Daily News

    Backed with millions of dollars and potentially millions of supporters, a new group aiming to curb gun violence will launch Wednesday. Everytown for Gun Safety will include Mayors Against Illegal Guns, founded by former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a grassroots movement of mothers.


  15. Ray Kelly on Mayor de Blasio: 'This Isn't the Campaign'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TIME.com

    Raymond "Ray" Kelly attends Police Athletic League's 25th Annual Women of the Year Luncheon at The Plaza Hotel on December 11, 2013 in New York City. Former New York Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly held tenure under Mayor Michael Bloomberg from 2002-2013 and under Mayor David Dinkins from 1992-1994.


  16. Tom Steyer's Epic Green Fail Pt III: the Revenge of the Koch BrothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Breitbart.com

    Billionaire oil-trader-turned-green-evangelist Tom Steyer has made a very expensive discovery: at the cost of $4.5 million from his own pockets, he has learned that the Koch Brothers just aren't evil enough, even for progressives, any more. Traditionally, the Koch Brothers have occupied a space in the liberal-left imagination somewhere between Genghis Khan, Skeletor and Zarm - the embodiment of selfish, greedy, conscience-free, environmentally-destructive right-wing hatefulness.


  17. $4.5 Million Up In Smoke: How Billionaire Steyer's Anti-Koch Ads FloppedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Media Research Center

    He failed to get other left-wing donors to join his crusade to make climate change the No. 1 election issue.


  18. New York mayor feels the heat as the NYPD begins to reject himRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Catholic.org

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is coming under fire from various circles, especially from conservatives and members, advocates and supporters of the NYPD. New York's mayor, Bill de Blasio, is coming under fire from members, advocates and supporters of the NYPD in the wake of the shooting deaths of two officers.


  19. George Pataki to Newsmax: De Blasio Has 'Created a Climate of Mistrust'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | News Max

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has "created a climate of mistrust" between the New York Police Department and the city's residents, former New York Gov. George Pataki told Newsmax TV Tuesday, and it's up to the mayor to apologize to the Police Department and "heal the wounds." Protests that include chants calling for "dead cops" should be stopped, for a start, Pataki told "America's Forum" co-host John Bachman.


  20. A look at the biggest donors of the 2014 electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Daily Herald

    WASHINGTON • Big-dollar donors helped inject hundreds of millions into the 2014 midterm federal elections. A look at some of the biggest donors of the election cycle: The YGS Group provides digital and printed reprint services for Daily Herald.