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PG & E cuts power amid red flag wildfire conditions

The area around Mt. Diablo is under a red flag four warning this weekend under dry conditions and gusty winds. The area around Mt. Diablo is under a red flag four warning this weekend under dry conditions and gusty winds. Photo: Kepka, Mike / The Chronicle 2008                                                      PG & E works on restoring power on Bush Street in the …

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Trump: Mockery of Christine Blasey Ford "Does not Eat. We won. & # 39;

President Trump defended a provocative speech he delivered this month, where he spotted testimony of a woman who accused now – Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of Sexual Assault more than three decades ago, saying the speech is the reason that Kavanaugh was confirmed. Mr. Trump spoke in an interview that broadcasted "60 minutes" on Sunday night, calling it "The …

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Putin is probably involved in murder and poisoning, but "it's not in our country," says Trump

Felicia Sonmez National Reporter on Washington Posts Breaking Political News October 14 at 19:15 President Trump said he believes that Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably" has been involved in murder and poisoning, but he seemed to reject the degree of these actions and noted that they did not take place in the United States. "Probably he is, yes. Probably Trump …

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Is Harvard fair? Historical confirmatory action test begins on Monday

The trial was made by conservative advocates who have long been fighting for racial practices that traditionally favored African American and Latin students. Their final goal is to turn the Supreme Court in 1978, confirming adoption policies that consider the student's race for university environments. Parties on both sides expect the Supreme Court finally to resolve the issue. And with …

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With Sniffer Dogs and Jumps, the team combines Hurricane Michael Damage

MEXICO BEACH, FL. – When Hurricane Michael slowly revealed the victims of his mortal march, rescue and rescue workers rescued remote wooded patches and a little boy beach on Saturday, the door to the door of the stormy Florida Panhandle. They competed to reach the injured, the dead and those who needed help, hoping to flip away on a long …

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"We are here to say no": Asian-American critics are collecting against the Harvard Adoption Policy

Demonstrators against Harvard University's admissions process hold signs and US flags while they are being protested at Copley Square in Boston on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Photographer: Adam Glanzman / Bloomberg (Adam Glanzman / Bloomberg) Nick Anderson Reporter covering Higher Education, National Education Policy and the Global Educational Market October 14 at 18:28 BOSTON – Lee Cheng, son of a …

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