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With Billions at Stake, New York Sues Trump Over ‘Anarchist’ Label

NYTimes.com Thursday, 22 October 2020
New York City, Seattle and Portland, Ore., all so-called “anarchist jurisdictions,” are trying to stop the Trump administration from withholding federal funds.
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Oregon Oregon State of the United States of America

Fatal shooting of Black teen roils liberal Oregon town

A white man is accused of killing Aidan Ellison who was playing loud music in a motel parking lot on November 23.
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Archaeologists Could Help Bring Otters Back From the Dead

The sea mammals vanished from Oregon’s coast long ago, but a technique from human archaeology offers a clue to restoring them.
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Supreme Court Weighs Sweep of Its Ruling on Non-Unanimous Jury Verdicts

If a decision from April is made retroactive, thousands of inmates in Louisiana, Oregon and Puerto Rico may be entitled to new trials.
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Southern Oregon confronts its 'problem with racism' after fatal November shooting of Black teen Aidan Ellison

Robert Paul Keegan was arrested on a murder charge after Aidan Ellison was found fatally shot in the parking lot of an Oregon hotel on Nov. 23.
 

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Seattle Seattle City in Washington, United States

NYC Bar Busted for Defying COVID Restrictions, Patrons Vow Protest

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Today in History for December 4th

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Democrats Pick Campaign Chief for Uphill Bid to Protect House Majority

Stung by big losses in the elections that shrank their majority, Democrats selected Representative Sean Patrick Maloney of New York to reboot their campaign..
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Justices Tell Federal Judge to Reconsider Virus Limits on California Churches

The move followed a decision last week lifting restrictions on religious services in New York.
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Rihanna really does have love on the brain ... and A$AP Rocky close by her side points to all signs they're an item. The singer was out for a chilly stroll with..
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NYC officials expect first COVID-19 vaccine shipments as early as December 15

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