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Protesting America’s past? Statues of former presidents, other historical monuments vandalized in 4 states over Thanksgiving
Elinor Aspegren   | USA TODAY Historical monuments and statues have been graffitied or toppled in four cities since Wednesday — seemingly in protest of America's past.The statues and buildings vandalized on Wednesday and Thursday appear to have been targeted in protest of colonialism, gentrification and capitalism.The words "land back" were spray-painted on statues and buildings in multiple cities.…
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16 of 16 precincts - 100 percentr-Joseph Tubb, NP 3,677 - 46 percentr-Matthew Conoly, NP 3,035 - 38 percentDavid Morgan, NP 1,331 - 17 percentr-Advances to runoffAP Elections 11-12-2020 08:45

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Brad Wilk, the drummer of Rage Against the Machine, is now on the real estate beat. He’s listed the Santa Monica, CA, home he owned with his estranged wife, Selene Vigil-Wilk, for $6.5 million.The couple, who have been married since 2005, are reportedly in divorce proceedings.That leaves their lovely European-style estate, built in 2004, up for…

Bodies of 13 rescuers recovered from Vietnam landslide

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - Rescuers in Vietnam recovered the bodies of 11 army personnel and two other people who were buried in a landslide while trying to reach victims of another landslide, state media reported Friday. The army officers were resting at a forest ranger outpost when part of a hill collapsed and engulfed the…

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Mediteraneo - stock.adobe.com Many people considering a career change have chosen to shift their focus to the technology industry since the beginning of the pandemic, according to CWJobs By Clare McDonald, Business Editor Published: 04 Nov 2020 15:56 Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, a large number of people outside the technology sector who have chosen…
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Spacewalking astronauts prep for 2021 arrival of Russian lab
MARCIA DUNN, AP Aerospace WriterNov. 18, 2020Updated: Nov. 18, 2020 4:22 p.m. 1of4This photo provided by NASA shows Russian astronauts Commander Sergey Ryzhikov, left in red stripes, and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov on a spacewalk outside of the International Space Station on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020, as they prepare for next year's arrival of a long-delayed lab. (NASA via…

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