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States to distribute food stamps early

He he Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service, to follow the restrictions of the partial state suspension, will distribute February food stamp benefits early. On January 20, recipients in early-release states will receive their benefits in February rather than the beginning of the month. The FNS warns that those who receive the money early from the USDA's Supplementary Nutrition …

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"Miracle on Hudson" Survivors still count on their blessings

(NEW YORK) – It has been 10 years, but there is no Tripp Harris does not remember about the cold January day he cheated death on US Airways flight 1549. start from New York City's LaGuardia airport. The smoke fills the cottage. The electric, burning smell. Panic from the people around him. The quiet, constant tone of Capt. Chesley "Sully" …

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Hammer attack at Brooklyn restaurant leaves one dead, two critical: reports

A man with hammer attacks 3 people at a Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, restaurant; 1 dead.            (MyFoxNY.com) A man armed with a hammer and screaming gibberish stormed into a restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, on Tuesday evening, killing the chef and critically injuring two other people, police said. I'm killing everybody, world is hell! ”The man screaming, according to the owner …

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Ocasio-Cortez set to join Maxine Waters on key financial services committee

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez self-described socialist announced on Tuesday late Tuesday that she will join the California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters on the Influential House Financial Services Committee, which reviewed the Wall Street and the housing industry. California Rep. Katie Porter, Michigan's Rashida Tlaib, Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley has thus been reportedly tapped for the committee by …

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Politically charged meme is false

Clemson University star quarterback Trevor Lawrence has steak with a politically charged fake meme about his hamburger dinner at the White House. Gridiron star says meme – who circulated online Tuesday and shows a photo of him with the words "Clemson QB speaks to defend America" ​​- contains quotes he never said. "President Trump got all our favorite foods, it …

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Chris Christie, in new book, accuses Jared Kushner of political "hit job"

Chris Christie and White House Senior Advisor Jared Kushner (Getty) Former New Jersey Gothenburg Chris Christie has accused white house senior adviser and President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner of a political "beating job" by constructing his ouster from Trump's transition team after 2016 Christie writes in his forthcoming book, "Let Me Finish" (excerpt of which was published by The Guardian …

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Rashida Tlaib can "blow up" Capitol, Florida Commissioner said

CLOSE Hours after swearing into the house, Rashida Tlaib was heard and said, "We will intrude" President Trump. Wochit WASHINGTON – A district commissioner in Florida is on fire after calling Rep Rashida Tlaib, who made history as one of the first Muslim members of Congress, a "danger" that can "blow up" the US Capitol . The views were made …

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Westbrook isdisk receives international attention

A view that looks out of this world gets international attention in Westbrook. (WGME) WESTBROOK (WGME) – A view that looks like this world gets international attention in Westbrook. A massive ice sheet spins in the middle of the Presumpscot River. It's 300 feet wide, completely frozen and pulling on spectators from all over Cumberland County. "I wanted to see …

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D.C. Judge tells redeeming worker They must stay at work: NPR

Demonstrators protest against the government closure in Boston on Friday. Scott Eisen / Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption change caption Scott Eisen / Bloomberg via Getty Images Protesters protest against the Boston Closure on Friday. Scott Eisen / Bloomberg via Getty Images On Tuesday, a Washington DC judge decided that the hoped federal workers who are not allowed to …

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William Barr's granddaughter's handwritten notes of confirmation hearing

It was William Barr's confirmation hearing, but his grandson, Liam, stole part of the spotlight. The young boy sat next to his parents as senators questioned Barr, President Donald Trump's choice to replace Jeff Sessions as attorney general secretary. Liam, 8, is the son of Barr's daughter, Mary Daly, a federal prosecutor who works for the law firm Rod Rosenstein …

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