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Audit Cites Overcrowding, Ineffective Oversight at Animal Shelter
Wall Street Journal
A nonprofit organization tasked with the shelter and care of the city's unwanted, stray animals has come under fire again, this time for alleged ineffective oversight of drugs used to treat pets and for overcrowded facilities, according to a report released Sunday.
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Group mishandled drugs, risked animals' health, audit saysNewsday
NYC Animal Shelters Are Unsafe, Poorly Operated: ComptrollerNBC New York
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Can Chris Christie Stanch the Bleeding?
With a speech in Washington on Tuesday, the New Jersey governor hopes to begin to rewrite the narrative of his as-yet unannounced presidential campaign. David Knowles t writerknowles · Terrence Dopp t @tdopp. To put it mildly, this is not the presidential ...
Kyrillos, shunning Christie, backs Jeb BushAsbury Park Press
Polls show further slippage in N.J. Christie backingPhilly.com
Despite Some Successes, Christie Still Struggles to Stabilize NJ's EconomyNJ Spotlight
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mySanAntonio.comBobby Brown tells concert goers his ailing daughter is awakemySanAntonio.comFILE - In this Feb. 18, 2012 file photo, singer Bobby Brown, former husband of the late Whitney Houston performs with New Edition at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncas...Read More »
Security expert blocked from Untied flight after social media po
SAN FRANCISCO - A computer security researcher on his way to deliver a talk about computer security issues at a major conference was told he couldn't board his United Airlines flight Saturday, because of comments he made on social media. Chris Roberts ...
Researcher Denied Airline Flight After Tweet About HackingABC News
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Fresno BeeFresno gas line had no leaks before exploding near Highway 99, PG&E saysFresno BeePacific Gas & Electric Co. released this photo of the area where the natural gas line was ruptured Friday, April 17, 2015. PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO...Read More »
'This is not Ferguson': Muddled mantra heard again after Freddie Gray death
Someone dies after a confrontation with police. Pending investigation, city officials circle the wagons. A community is outraged. And protesters gather on social media and/or in the streets. But do not worry: “This is not Ferguson.” After Darren Wilson killed ...
Lawyer wants answers after man suffers fatal injury in Baltimore police custodyCTV News
Six Baltimore cops suspended after mysterious death of suspect in custodyKFOX El Paso
Lawyer: No answer on why man who died in custody was stoppedAuburn Citizen
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BloombergFor These 55 Marijuana Companies, Every Day is 4/20BloombergMore than two years after Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize recreational marijuana, a small but growing number of publicly traded companies are betting their...Read More »
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Police worry woman suspected in murder-kidnapping may flee
ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — Police are taking precautions to ensure a woman suspected of killing an Indiana mother in order to steal her infant daughter doesn't flee a hospital in Texas where she is being treated for depression. Anderson, Indiana Police Sgt.
Anderson police leading investigation into homicide of young mothernwitimes.com
Indiana woman found murdered, her newborn found safeMyFox Chicago
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Possible challengers critique Hillary Clinton from the sidelines
US presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail in Iowa. Photo: Reuters. Social media reacts to Hillary Clinton's bid to become US president · Hillary Clinton for president: low-key high-tech announcement a sign of ...
Some Democrats call for competitionPittsburgh Post-Gazette
What are the Democrats' alternatives to Clintonland?Burlington County Times
Democrats test speaking points ahead of taking on Hillary ClintonStandard Bulletin
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Trial beginning for last 3 defendants in FAMU hazing case
FILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 file photo, Robert Champion, a drum major in Florida A&M University's Marching 100 band, performs during halftime of a football game in Orlando, Fla. On Monday, April 20, 2015, the final three former band members ...
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