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  • Warren Delivers Economic Policy Presentation To Hundreds At BCC
    Warren said the presentation is still being worked on but she plans to deliver it across the nation in hopes to inspire change. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — When U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren's father couldn't work, her mother took a job working minimum wage to pay the mortgage and put food on the table.    "We were […]
  • Coffee Liberation Front Patrons Donate to Animals
    ADAMS, Mass. — Alison and Christopher Cuff, owners of Coffee Liberation Front, believe in two things: good coffee and happy animals.   And as the Park Street cafe has fast become a popular spot for coffee and salads, it's also making an impact on animals' lives through the kindness of patrons.   Since their opening […]
  • Adams Conservation Commission Approve Gas Main Improvements
    ADAMS, Mass. — The Conservation Commission approved Berkshire Gas' request to make improvements to a Commercial Street gas main.    Travis McCarthy, representing Berkshire Gas, asked the commission Thursday to approve a notice of intent to make improvements to a bridge-mounted gas main on Commercial Street.   He said currently the 6-inch, steel-coated main is […]

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  • Trump Promises To Crackdown On Immigrants At Iowa 'Roast And Ride' Event - NPR
    NPRTrump Promises To Crackdown On Immigrants At Iowa 'Roast And Ride' EventNPRDonald Trump returned to Iowa Saturday where the race between him and Hillary Clinton remains very close. Trump was there for Iowa freshman Sen. Joni Ernst's Roast and Ride fundraiser, which features a motorcycle ride and barbeque. Sen. Joni Ernst led ...AP News in Brief […]
  • Suspect in Killing of Two Mississippi Nuns Confessed, Sheriff Says -
    NBCNews.comSuspect in Killing of Two Mississippi Nuns Confessed, Sheriff SaysNBCNews.comDURANT, Miss. — A man suspected in the slayings of two nuns found dead in their Mississippi home confessed to the killings, a sheriff said Saturday, in the latest twist to a crime that has horrified people in the small communities where the women served.Friends, colleagues […]
  • Black men and boys shot most often by Chicago police, report finds - Fox News
    Fox NewsBlack men and boys shot most often by Chicago police, report findsFox NewsCHICAGO – After threatening to sue, the Chicago Tribune has obtained data from the city's police department that tracks every time an officer has opened fire in the city over the past six years. The vast majority of those hit were black […]

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  • You can knock Colin Kaepernick -- don't call him un-American
    Colin Kaepernick stood tall while sitting down, which is not an easy thing to do. In fact, what he did in benching himself for the national anthem on Friday night was the hardest thing he could possibly do. The easy thing? That would be standing silently with his teammates on the San Francisco 49ers sideline, […]
  • Josh Brown's one-game suspension adds dangerous gray area to NFL conduct policy
    When the NFL came out with its new personal conduct policy in 2014, it stated that violations of the policy involving domestic violence would get a "baseline" six-game suspension for a first offense, considering any aggravating or mitigating factors. On Wednesday, the NFL announced a one-game suspension for kicker Josh Brown, stemming from a domestic […]
  • Tigers' J.D. Martinez: Plate umpire Mike Everitt had 'short leash today'
    DETROIT -- It did not take long for Mike Everitt to become persona non grata at Comerica Park on Saturday night. The plate umpire issued four ejections to the Tigers during the team's 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels, leaving both players and manager perplexed and a belligerent Detroit crowd in an uproar. After […]

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