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NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks resigns after 28 years on force – New York Daily News

New York Daily News NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks resigns after 28 years on forceNew York Daily NewsChief of Department Philip Banks, in a Friday morning stunner, abruptly retired rather than become the NYPD's second-in-command — with a reduced crime-fighting role. The shocking departure of the 28-year veteran blindsided Mayor de Blasio, left the …A Top New York Police... 

Former Mayor Thomas M. Menino planned his funeral – Boston Globe

Boston Globe Former Mayor Thomas M. Menino planned his funeralBoston GlobeThomas M. Menino made countless friends over the course of his life, and many of them would like the chance to bid farewell to Boston's former mayor at his funeral Monday. So who decides who gets a seat inside the Most Precious Blood Church in Hyde …It Was Still Halloween at Tom Menino's HouseBoston.comCashman:... 

Time to change the clocks again – because who wants to argue with Ben Franklin? – Nashua Telegraph

New York Daily News Time to change the clocks again – because who wants to argue with Ben Franklin?Nashua TelegraphFirst of all, let's get one thing straight: It's daylight saving time, not “savings,” that ends Sunday. Neither name really makes sense, since the amount of daylight isn't saved – there will be 10 hours and 22 minutes of it Sunday, no matter what the clocks say... 

Clinton is wrong about economics – Tyler Morning Telegraph

Clinton is wrong about economicsTyler Morning TelegraphFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has tried to explain her bizarre claim that “businesses don't create jobs,” but all she's really done is doubled down on the notion that bigger government — not a robust private sector —is the key to economic growth. and more »  Read More →

Get-out-the-vote efforts gain intensity in Senate race – Alexandria Town Talk

Alexandria Town Talk Get-out-the-vote efforts gain intensity in Senate raceAlexandria Town TalkSen. Mary Landrieu (left), D-New Orleans, and Rep. Bill Cassidy, R-Baton Rouge, take their places Wednesday before a debate in the hotly contested Senate race. (Photo: AP ). CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. Blair Mitchell, pastor of …Senator defends her statement that Obama's race... 
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