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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on Atlantic City Accepts Terms for State Loan | ]

The $74 million bridge loan will allow resort to avoid default on payment due Monday.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on Australian Police Investigating Cardinal Over Sex-Abuse Allegations | ]

Australian police are investigating Cardinal George Pell, a senior cardinal at the Vatican, over accusations that he had sexually abused minors several decades ago.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on Tight House Races Heat Up | ]

While most House incumbents have prevailed during this year’s primaries, two GOP lawmakers face tough challenges in contests next week.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on One Hundred Years of American Song Is Just the Beginning | ]

Performance artist Taylor Mac brings part of his work-in-progress, ‘A 24-Decade History of Popular Music,’ to Vassar in advance of a 24-hour, no-intermission performance on Oct. 8 at St. Ann’s Warehouse.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on U.S. to Form International Partnership to Fight ‘Superbugs’ | ]

The U.S. government Thursday announced the formation of a trans-Atlantic, public-private partnership to help stem the tide of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, often called “superbugs.”

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on Cities Struggle to Add Upscale Housing While Maintaining Diversity | ]

From Seattle to Chicago to New York, cities are struggling to crack the ultimate urban code: How to squeeze in ever more well-off people without driving out the less affluent?

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on FBI’s Comey Warns ISIS Fighters Could Spread to U.S., Western Europe If Defeated in Middle East | ]

Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey warned Islamic State fighters could migrate to Western Europe and the U.S. if defeated in the Middle East.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on FDA Tells Two Florida Counties to Stop Blood Donations Over Zika | ]

The Food and Drug Administration is calling on all blood centers in Miami-Dade County and Broward County in Florida to stop collecting blood until they can test all individual donations for the Zika virus.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on Indonesia Executes Four Drug Traffickers | ]

Indonesia early on Friday executed four men convicted of drug trafficking, including three from Nigeria and a local citizen.

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[28 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on U.S. Intelligence Chief Says Russia Sees Meddling in Election as Payback | ]

U.S. intelligence chief James Clapper said Moscow views attempts to interfere in U.S. politics essentially as payback for what the Kremlin sees as concerted efforts by the U.S. to influence elections in Russia.