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NYPD releases surveillance video from Times Square stabbing of 17-year-old migrant

The New York City Police Department released surveillance footage and photos on Saturday following the Times Square stabbing of a 17-year-old migrant. The teenager was stabbed following a brawl on Thursday reportedly involving dozens of people, including migrants. Six people have been arrested so far in connection with the incident.  Michael Colome, 22, and a 16-year-old were each charged with ...

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How a tradition during Lent led to the creation of the Filet-O-Fish

McDonald’s franchisee Lou Groen realized in 1962 that his cheeseburger sales were down on Fridays, especially during the time leading up to Easter.  The reason? Groen lived in Cincinnati, a heavily Catholic area — and observant Catholics were eschewing hamburgers and other meat products on Fridays as part of their faith.  Ever the business executive, Groen knew there must be ...

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Eric Bieniemy will become UCLA offensive coordinator: reports

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Texas AG Ken Paxton sues school district after principals accused of violating election laws

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, has filed a lawsuit against a school district in the state after two principals allegedly violated election laws by encouraging school staff, using school accounts, to vote in the GOP primary and recommending candidates who oppose school vouchers. Two leaked emails allegedly sent on Denton Independent School District accounts encouraged school staff to ...

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On this day in history, February 24, 1914, Joshua L. Chamberlain dies, college professor turned Civil War hero

Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, a bookish professor of rhetoric at Bowdoin College in Maine who became the Union’s most celebrated combat hero of the Civil War, died on this day in history, Feb. 24, 1914.  Brig. Gen. Chamberlain was 85 years old.  “A veritable icon of Civil War legend, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain is best known for his heroic participation in the ...

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