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Derailed NJ Transit train disrupts Penn Station service

No injuries were reported in Monday's derailment, It comes after a separate incident last week, when a New Jersey Transit train collided with an Amtrak train at Penn Station after the Amtrak train derailed . On March 24, a slow-moving Amtrak Acela train derailed and side-swiped a New Jersey Transit commuter train at Penn Station, causing minor injuries.Two other recent train crashes have occurred in the NY area.

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US Homeland Security announces steps against H1B visa fraud

Employers may face prosecution if they discriminate against USA workers in favor of H-1B visa holders, officials said. This means, going forward, some programmer jobs may not qualify for "specialty occupation", as such, those programmer jobs do not qualify for H-1B "visa, said Rajiv Dabhadkar, founder of the National Organisation for Software and Technology Professionals, which works for Indian workers overseas".

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Trump Donates Entire First-Quarter Salary to National Park Service

Trump's decision to make his salary donation comes in the wake of heavy criticism and accusations that he did not plan to follow through on his original promise. Spicer added: "The park service has cared for our parks since 1916 and the president is personally proud to contribute the first quarter of his salary to the important mission of the park service, which is preserving our country's national security".

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Pep Guardiola optimistic Gabriel Jesus will return before season ends

We have specific qualities in our players to create those chances but we were unable to score goals. "After I leave, like at Barcelona and Bayern Munich, people outside will judge me on the job I have done, and the players I worked with every day will say: "Okay, Pep helped me to be a better player", while others will say: "Pep did not help me in any way to be a better player".

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Swansea boss Clement rues missed chance to beat Boro

Swans' post-Christmas renaissance under Paul Clement is such that they now find themselvesl five points and two places above Boro , who embark on the first leg of a crunch triple-header of matches in the space of six days that will surely decide whether they have a realistic chance of staying up or are pretty much doomed with around a month and a half of the season still to go.

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Japan kills 333 whales in annual Antarctic hunt

A loophole in the International Whaling Commission that permits scientific whaling allowed Japan to conduct the whaling program for this season. In fact, as NPR's Bill Chappell reported in 2014 , the International Court of Justice ruled that its whaling program - which has been going on since 2005 and killed thousands of minke whales , according to the ICJ - has generated only limited scientific output.


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