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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Economy|Protesters Across US Demand $15 Minimum Wage – New York Times

New York TimesOn Tuesday, protests involving retail workers, Uber drivers, and employees at fast-food restaurants, airports and hospitals were organized in cities including New York, Detroit, Los Angeles and Oakland, Calif. Local media outlets reported arrests in …Minimum wage protest shuts down Broadway, draws arrestsNew York Daily News all 123 news articles …read more From:: […]

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Plane Carrying a Brazilian Soccer Team Crashes in Colombia, Killing Scores – New York Times

New York TimesThe site of the plane crash on the outskirts of Medellín, Colombia, on Tuesday. Credit Luis Benavides/Associated Press. A chartered plane carrying 81 people, including members of a Brazilian soccer club, crashed on the outskirts of Medellín, Colombia …76 dead after Brazilian soccer team’s plane crashes in ColombiaNew York Daily NewsFew survive after […]

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Politics|Donald Trump’s Agenda: Find a Secretary of State, Tweet Often. – New York Times

New York TimesThe lobby of Trump Tower in New Yorker was prepared for a steady stream of visitors to meet with the president-elect on Monday. Credit Sam Hodgson for The New York Times. President-elect Donald J. Trump will meet with Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee … and more …read more From:: New York City News […]

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Americas|Brazilian Soccer Team’s Plane Crashes in Colombia; 76 Dead – New York Times

New York TimesMEDELLIN, Colombia — A chartered plane with a Brazilian first division soccer team crashed near Medellin while on its way to the finals of a regional tournament, killing 76 people, Colombian officials said Tuesday. Five people survived. The British …Plane carrying Brazilian soccer team crashes in ColombiaNew York Post all 493 news articles […]

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News Outlets Rethink Usage of the Term ‘Alt-Right’ – New York Times

New York TimesCredit Al Drago/The New York Times. When The Washington Post published a profile last week of Richard B. Spencer, a prominent leader of the so-called alt-right, readers were quick to respond. By Monday, the article had drawn more than 2,600 comments. and more …read more From:: New York City News By Google News

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