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New York Knicks Legend Charles Oakley Arrested and Charged with Assault

Fans chanted "Oakley! Oakley!" in support of the former power forward. He then nearly hit a New York Daily News reporter with his auto after leaving the police station. Knicks president Phil Jackson tried to break up the incident and calm Oakley down. "Charles Oakley came to the game tonight and behaved in a highly inappropriate and completely abusive manner", the Knicks said in a statement.

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Reaction Comes In About Gov. Walker's Budget Address

Bewley says the education budget was cut by $800 million six years ago, and he's only restored a portion of that with the increased spending, and Bewley says he had nothing to say about a proposed reorganization of the Department of Natural Resources.

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Jason Chaffetz: Kellyanne Conway Promoting Ivanka Trump's Products Was 'Unacceptable'

That appears to violate federal ethics regulations . This is why former White House ethics lawyers balked at Conway's words, House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) called them " unacceptable ", and nonprofit watchdog Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington has already filed a complaint with OGE.

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Facebook just stopped advertisers from targeting users based on race - kinda

With the new tool, Facebook hopes it will be able to more quickly reject discriminatory ads. Particularly where housing, employment and credit opportunity ads are concerned, Facebook will disapprove ads that do no conform to its guidelines and include or exclude multicultural advertising segments.

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Trump faults media while lying about murder rate

Among the most deadly attacks noted in the analysis were a suicide bombing that killed 292 in Baghdad, an attack by Murle tribesmen that killed 208 in Ethiopia and the downing of a Russian airliner by an explosive device that killed 224 people, nearly all of them Russian.

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Twitter's Attracting Addicts, But Not Enough New Users

Shares of the embattled social media company are getting absolutely clobbered Thursday, falling as much as 12% to a session low of $16.53 after the company reported fourth quarter revenue totals that missed Wall Street's estimates. Data licensing and other revenue, on the other hand, grew 14 percent YoY to reach $79 million. Analysts had been modeling $740 million in revenue and 12 cents per share in earnings.