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Hate Lines? Starbucks Wants To Bring Its Coffee To You

Starbucks will deliver coffee to customers in a new venture set to hit a quarter of its U.S. stores in early 2019, according to a Friday report. Starbucks will partner with UberEats food delivery company to deliver coffee and other food products to customers, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. UberEats is an app that partners with restaurants to provide ...

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San Francisco Creates District For Trans People To Spread Gender-Fluid Culture

San Francisco created a special cultural district for transgender persons, marking the first legal transgender district created anywhere in the world. San Francisco’s Tenderloin district is now home to “Compton’s Transgender Cultural District,” The Daily Beast reported Tuesday. The Tenderloin is a triangular neighborhood located a few blocks from San Francisco’s City Hall. It is also San Francisco‘s most notorious drug district, according ...

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News Outlet Published Trove Of Documents About Sandy Hook Shooter. Here’s How People Responded

The Hartford Courant published an article containing a myriad of exclusive documents about Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza Sunday, prompting an array of responses to the newly published information. Following a five-year battle with the Connecticut Supreme Court, the Hartford Courant obtained over 1,000 pages of documents that include journal entries by Lanza along with a spreadsheet chronicling mass shootings organized by those that ...

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New York Police Face Flak For Ripping Child Out Of Mother’s Arms At Welfare Office. Here’s Why They Did It |

Outcries have grown louder after a video of New York police officers subduing a mother and wrestling her child away went viral Monday. The video portrays roughly three New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers struggling to pull a child from a woman’s arm at a social services facility, ABC News reported Monday. The woman, Jazmine Headley, 23, can be heard screaming, “You’re ...

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Man Gets A Taste Of Freedom, Immediately Hijacks Car In Prison Parking Lot After Being Released

A Pennsylvania man committed a crime not even a day after his release and has landed back in jail, according to authorities. Philadelphia man Thomas Lee Williams, 36, attacked a woman in a parking lot Tuesday night, stealing her car and one-year-old grandson inside along with the vehicle, according to Westmoreland County Prison officials, ABC6 reported Thursday. Most criminals would think ...

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Virginia Teacher Sacked For Misgendering Transgender Student

A Virginia high school teacher was sacked Thursday for allegedly misgendering a student, marking the first time in the state that an educator has lost a job for using biological pronouns to refer to a student. The West Point High School Board voted unanimously 5-0 to fire Peter Vlaming who teaches French at the school, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Vlaming was ...

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Alabama Police Shot Legal Gun Carrying Citizen Three Times In The Back During Mall Shooting Flub, According To Autopsy

An Alabama police officer shot a legal gun carrying citizen in the back three times during a mall shooting in Alabama, according to findings from an autopsy report. Examination of 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr.’s body shows that he was shot in the back of his head, neck and back, according to The New York Times. Findings of the autopsy were announced in ...

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Mysterious Sound Illness That Hit Diplomats In Cuba And China Is Back

U.S. Embassy in Cuba

A mysterious audio illness afflicted another Canadian government employee last week, reinvigorating previous theories that the afflicted may be a target of sonic or microwave attacks. The Canadian employee is the latest to suffer from the mysterious “Havana syndrome,” which has afflicted a number of American and Canadian employees in hotels and temporary residences in Cuba and China, The Washington Post reported ...

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These Are America’s Safest Cities

East Coast cities won first and second place rankings as the safest cities in America, according to a WalletHub study released Monday. Columbia, Maryland, and South Burlington, Vermont, rank as America’s two safest cities, respectively, according to the study. Plano, Texas, and Virginia Beach, Virginia, followed as the third and fourth safest cities in the U.S., respectively, according to the ...

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