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    Futuristic Plan for NY Includes LED Bridge Lighting in Color Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a far-reaching futuristic plan for the city that includes color LED illumination of bridges, completely automated toll booths and driver facial recognition cameras for tighter anti-terrorism security. “So much in today's world is about the immediate, it's about the here and now, it's about Twitter, it's about...

    More Women Describe Trump Kissing, Touching Them More allegations emerged Wednesday involving Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and what multiple women described as incidents of groping or kissing them on an airplane, inside Trump Tower in New York and at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida. Trump, his lawyers and his campaign strongly denied they took place. A common thread in the reports...

    Houston’s Vietnamese Language Radio Binds Community Houston now has the largest community of Vietnamese in the United States outside the state of California, and the Vietnamese population in other Texas cities is also growing. One key to keeping the people in these communities informed and in touch with the community at large is the radio station called Radio Saigon-Houston. As...

    North Carolina Governor Pledges Aid to Flooded Historic Town In North Carolina, where flooding along rivers has eased enough for some residents to start returning to their homes, the governor has pledged help rebuild one of the hard-hit historic towns.   Governor Pat McCrory on Thursday made an aerial tour of Princeville, one of the country's oldest towns charted by African-Americans.   The town,...

    US Candidates Both Seek to be Tough on Terror, But in Different Ways Amid rising public anxiety over terrorism, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have tried to portray themselves as tough on national security. For Trump, that means being firm on immigration, a hot button campaign issue that has expanded to dominate the debate over terrorism. Trump is no longer...

    Female Genital Mutilation Continues in Somali Community in US The United Nations estimates that 200 million girls and women in over 30 countries have undergone female genital mutilation. Somalia has the highest rate recorded by the U.N. with about 98 percent of the country’s female population between the ages of 15 and 49 having been subjected to FGM. The U.S....

    US Strikes Yemen Sites in Retaliation for Missile Launches The U.S. military said Thursday it struck three radar sites in Yemen in response to missile launches from territory controlled by Houthi rebels that targeted a U.S. Navy destroyer. Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook described the strikes as "self-defense" in order to protect U.S. personnel and ships. "The United States will respond to any...

    Trump Campaign Gathers in Wake of Video Scandal On Saturday, with Republican leaders urging Republican presidential candidate to step aside after a 2005 video surfaced of Trump making lewd comments about women, key supporters gathered at Trump Tower, where the candidate lives.

    A Question, A Sweater, An Internet Sensation Forget the man with his name in gold on a tower in New York City.  Forget the woman who circled the globe as the country's top diplomat. What Americans needed in this contentious election season was a regular guy in a red sweater who had a question. "What steps will your energy policy take to...

    Hayden, a Symbol of Youth Took History into Own Hands Tom Hayden was long past his heyday of political rebellion and the Chicago 7 trial when he died on Sunday at age 76. But in American culture, he remained an enduring symbol of a time when young people took history into their own hands. Hayden reinvented himself many times, moving from...

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    Blues send Brad Hunt back to AHL Chicago Wolves ST. LOUIS -- After an extremely brief stint in the NHL, defenseman Brad Hunt has been...
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