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Doug Jones beats Roy Moore in tight Alabama Senate race
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Doug Jones pulled off a major upset victory in Alabama’s special election Tuesday against Republican Roy Moore, becoming the first Democrat to win a Senate seat in the red state in more than 20 years and delivering a jolt of energy to his party ahead of the 2018 midterms.  The neck-and-neck race, which at one point had Moore up by thousands of votes, came down to the wire — and ended with a major embarrassment for President Trump, who embraced the embattled Republican d [...]
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Man busted as killer of his brother in Queens ‘domestic dispute’
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Police arrested a Queens man Tuesday in the killing of his older brother. Jaleel Glanville, 21, faces murder, manslaughter and weapon possession charges in the knifing of his sibling during a “domestic dispute” on Sunday night, cops said. Glanville’s 29-year-old victim, who was not named, was found at around 10:45 p.m. at Farmers Blvd. and Jordan Ave. in St. Albans, down the block from the basement apartment the brothers shared. He was bleeding from [...]
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Man stole $1.8M in cybercash from friend
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A New Jersey man kidnapped his friend and stole $1.8 million in virtual money from the man, prosecutors said Tuesday. Louis Meza, 35, lured his pal into a minivan, where a gunman pointed a pistol at the victim and demanded his 24-word passphrase on Nov. 4, authorities said. The code was given to Meza, a cryptocurrency investor, and allowed him access to the victim's Ether wallet. Meza also allegedly looted a ledger and other information to get into the [...]
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Injured mom had 9/11 flashbacks during Port Authority bombing
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Queens mother Veronica Chavez, who was among the three people injured Monday when a madman tried to set off a bomb in a crowded tunnel near the Port Authority Bus Terminal, flashed back to the worst and best days of her life when she heard the loud explosion. “The Sept. 11 attacks are memories I can’t forget,” said Chavez, who was pregnant and worried about her brothers who worked downtown. The next day, Sept. 12, she gave birth to her son — one of the m [...]
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Gunman kills 80-year-old Brooklyn deli worker during argument
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An elderly Brooklyn deli clerk was shot to death Tuesday — in the same store where another worker was killed during a 2014 holdup. Source link [...]
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Republicans will pay for backing an alleged child molester
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It was one of the most talked about, fiery, controversial — and at times disturbing — Senate races in recent history. And finally, it's over. In what can only be described as a huge upset, Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Judge Roy Moore in a special election that, at times, felt more like a Jerry Springer episode than a race for Senate. Jones and Democrats should celebrate this win and all that it stands for: A victory against President Trump, who ba [...]
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Traffic cop pleads guilty in drunken Williamsburg crash
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A NYPD traffic agent pleaded guilty Tuesday in the drunken high-speed chase that killed a Brooklyn woman on her birthday. Stefan Hoyte, 26, was driving his 2013 Infiniti G37 at 111 mph and his blood-alcohol level was .12 — more than the legal limit of .08 — when he smashed into a pillar on the Williamsburg Bridge on March 16. His passenger, Amanda Miner, was celebrating her 21st birthday when she lost her life. Hoyte’s friend, fellow traffic agent Michael [...]
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