• Federal judge blocks Department of Labor overtime rule
Federal judge blocks Department of Labor overtime rule

The Labor Department issued a rule that requires employers to pay their employees overtime if they exceed 40 hours work in a week and are earning less than $47,500 annual salary. The Department of Labor said the changes would restore teeth to the Fair Labor Standards Act , which it called "the crown jewel of worker protections in the United Stat...

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  • Twitter Temporarily Suspends Its CEO Jack Dorsey, Who Totally Deserved It
Twitter Temporarily Suspends Its CEO Jack Dorsey, Who Totally Deserved It

For about 15 minutes anyone trying to access his account received a message stating that it was suspended . That prompted speculation his account might have been hacked or automatically shut down because of a high number of complaints from other users.

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  • President-Elect Donald Trump Meets With 'The New York Times'
President-Elect Donald Trump Meets With 'The New York Times'

Trump tweeted about Carson Tuesday, saying he was "seriously considering" him for the post and praising him as "a greatly talented person who loves people!" Brexit campaigner Andy Wigmore, who attended a meeting between Mr Trump and acting Ukip leader Nigel Farage, said the bugbears are a "bugbear" for the future President.

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  • Air pollution: NGT defines emergency norms for Delhi, 4 other states
Air pollution: NGT defines emergency norms for Delhi, 4 other states

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday came down heavily on Delhi and other neighbouring states for not taking steps to control stubble burning and directed them to give complete mechanism on implementation of its directions by tomorrow to curb air pollution .

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  • Freeze Warning through Sunday morning
Freeze Warning through Sunday morning

The National Weather Service says the warning will remain in effect from midnight until 8 a.m. Sunday. The weather service also issued a freeze watch that will go into effect Sunday night through Monday morning for a wider area. Temperatures are expected to fall to 29-32 degrees by Sunday morning in the warning area. Crops, tender vegetations...

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  • Trump's lobbyist ban complicates administration hiring
Trump's lobbyist ban complicates administration hiring

I worked in the State Department for 24 years' worth of transitions. "The campaign is over and now actions matter more than words". High federal officials are banned for life from lobbying on issues they were involved in. These "lobbyists" haven't gone anywhere, McGehee said; they're just calling themselves something else. "That's the only ...

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  • Crews look for missing baby after her mother was found dead
Crews look for missing baby after her mother was found dead

Local police and the FBI are investigating the shooting of 27-year-old Laura Abarca-Nogueda and the disappearance of her daughter, Sophia Victoria Gonzalez Abarca, that happened sometime that afternoon in Wichita, Kansas, reports KSNW. they sent out a text saying "KTA AMBER Alert from Wichita area, 1997 purple Cadillac Deville, Kansas tag 716CET"...

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  • Ted Cruz meets with Donald Trump
Ted Cruz meets with Donald Trump

As MSNBC's Hallie Jackson reported, rumors were flying on Tuesday after Cruz visited president-elect Trump in his apartment in NY. In September, relations between the two men seemed to improve when Mr Cruz said he would vote for Mr Trump. Speculation abounds that Cruz is up for an office in the new administration, either attorney general or a place...

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  • Shades Of 2000? Clinton Surpasses Trump In Popular Vote Tally
Shades Of 2000? Clinton Surpasses Trump In Popular Vote Tally

Trump said the pair "discussed a lot of different situations - some wonderful and some difficulties", and that he looked forward to receiving Obama's advice as he readies to assume office in January. Bush, and they had a smooth transition. As president-elect, Trump is entitled to the same daily intelligence briefing as Obama - including informati...

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  • Trump starting to sound like Obama on immigration
Trump starting to sound like Obama on immigration

Ryan is ready to get to work with President-elect Donald Trump and said those who fear the incoming administration need to "relax and take a deep breath". House Democrats, though, said Tuesday they'll postpone their vote for minority leader until after Thanksgiving, reports Fox News , while doubts swirl about California Rep.

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  • Downtown parade honors veterans
Downtown parade honors veterans

On Friday morning veterans, public servants and regular folks met in downtown Corinth for the Veterans Day Parade. There will be 18 floats in the parade, with at least one dedicated to those who served in Vietnam. "We usually have a pretty good showing", he said. Phoebe, a 3-year-old English Labrador retriever, rests at the gravesite of one of ...

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  • Going to the Veteran's Day Parade? Here are the details
Going to the Veteran's Day Parade? Here are the details

Friday's event will be held from 11 a.m.to noon at the school, 134 Crawford St., Lawrence. Girard: Veterans Day Services sponsored by the Girard Veteran's Council will start at 5:30 p.m. Afterwards, refreshments will be provided by the friends of the American Legion. The eighth-grade US history class invites the public to a program honoring v...

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  • Voters face machine problems, long lines in some states
Voters face machine problems, long lines in some states

In Fort Bend County, Texas, the sheriff's office said it arrested a man who tried to vote twice. More than 50 patients at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles were able to vote from their hospital beds thanks to a volunteer program.

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  • Hundreds of California students protest Trump victory
Hundreds of California students protest Trump victory

Content Preview This content is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner, Comcast, customers with access to News 12. Protesters reportedly burned a Trump effigy and smashed windows of the Oakland Tribune newsroom early Wednesday morning, according to NBC Bay Area .

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  • These States Allow Early Voters to Change Their Minds
These States Allow Early Voters to Change Their Minds

Over the next few days, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will crisscross the country looking for votes. "Hillary has been there for 30 years and she has accomplished nothing", he said. A Trump campaign spokesman did not return a request for comment, and it is unclear how many resources the campaign is putting into the messaging push.

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  • President Obama to speak at campaign event in Ann Arbor
President Obama to speak at campaign event in Ann Arbor

Obama urged voters to reject the politics of division. The most powerful word in our democracy is we. "Romney looks like the right choice against Hillary Clinton ". The candidate made her final visit to the Sunshine State on Saturday. The "Breaking Bad" star, who previously called Trump an "anomaly to the human race", told The Bestseller Experim...

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  • National Enquirer paid $150K to 'kill' Playmate's Trump affair tale
National Enquirer paid $150K to 'kill' Playmate's Trump affair tale

Karen McDougal , the 1998 Playmate of the Year, has told friend that she had a consensual romantic relationship with Trump starting in 2006, according to the Journal . The Wall Street Journal claims that the National Enquirer bought the rights for the story. The second pair of photographs suggests that McDougal, clad in a blue halter dress, s...

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  • Democrats say Trump, GOP are intimidating voters in 4 states
Democrats say Trump, GOP are intimidating voters in 4 states

Right now they have several paths to that number. A study by Loyola Law School professor Justin Levitt found just 31 cases of impersonation fraud out of 1 billion votes cast in USA elections between 2000 and 2014. Furthermore, the "toss-ups" map no longer shows Clinton with a secured 272 electoral points like last week, but rather decreases her ...

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  • Early, in-person voting begins Thursday across Oklahoma
Early, in-person voting begins Thursday across Oklahoma

Due to the high amount of interest and tension expected in this election, particularly on the presidential side, election boards across the country are reminding voters they are not allowed to wear shirts, hats or anything promoting a candidate while voting.

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  • The Clinton and Trump campaigns are ramping up in MI
The Clinton and Trump campaigns are ramping up in MI

The public can get more information on his official campaign website. The categoric failure of party favorites such as Kasich and Rubio to firebrand such as Cruz and Trump demonstrates both a failure of the Republican party to understand its electorate and a great deal of frustration among conservative voters.

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