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NYC mayor blames Trump, hate speech for rise in hate crimes

De Blasio blasted the paltry payback. In a two-and-a-half page letter addressed to President Obama and posted on Twitter , de Blasio outlined the security concerns related to protecting Trump in the densely populated NY midtown neighborhood where Trump Tower stands.

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Rauner signs Exelon nuclear plant legislation

Exelon had planned to close the Clinton and Quad Cities nuclear power plants unless subsidies were approved by the General Assembly. Governor Rauner will sign the bill in the gym at Riverdale High School at 9:30 on Wednesday. Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner acknowledges the crowd's applause during his arrival to a bill signing ceremony at Riverdale High School Wednesday, Dec.

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First Zika virus reported in Smith County

In addition to the five babies with brain developmental symptoms, eight other infants have tested positive for Zika virus in New York City but have not shown evidence of what is being called congenital Zika virus syndrome. Six of those people were infected by a sexual partner who had returned from travelling to those areas. She urged New Yorkers who plan on getting pregnant to not travel to Zika-affected areas.

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Beyoncé's Childhood Videos To Be Sold For Millions

You could also say she's Flawless , and Irreplaceable. Case in point: An auction company got its hands on a trove of professionally produced Betacam video tapes of a pre-teen Beyoncé Knowles practicing with her then-group Girl's Tyme , and is expected to sell the 12 tapes for $3.8 million, Uproxx reports .

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Trending story that Clinton won just 57 counties is untrue

During the Harvard forum, the fight intensified when Clinton's camp accused Trump of driving racism to win the Presidency. Conway hit back, saying: "I think the biggest piece of fake news in the election was that Donald Trump couldn't win".

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Rare superbug gene discovered on USA pig farm

Carbapenem belongs to a subset of antibiotics called beta-lactams. The researchers swabbed and "swiffered" the floors and walls of the pens at the 1,500-sow farrow-to-finish farm to collect environmental samples. A study published in January 2016 found carbapenem-resistant bacteria in dairy cow manure on farms in New Mexico and Texas-yet these resistance genes were not on plasmids, but rather on bacterial chromosomes, which are not shared in the same way.