Day: October 17, 2017

News Mark Cuban ‘seriously considering’ presidential run in 2020

Mark Cuban ‘seriously considering’ presidential run in 2020

We could potentially see Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on the presidential ballot in 2020. Michael Kaskey-Blomain – Oct 14, 1:19 AM We could potentially see Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on the presidential ballot in 2020. “It is something I’m seriously considering,” Cuban said of a presidential run during an appearance at the Venture Atlanta …

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Local Medical pot companies hoping to sell in Youngstown pitch to council

Medical pot companies hoping to sell in Youngstown pitch to council

There are only two medical marijuana dispensary licenses available in all of Mahoning, Trumbull, and Ashtabula counties By Dan Marcel Published: October 16, 2017, 11:18 pm Updated: October 17, 2017, 12:00 am Medical pot dispensary hopes to move into Youngstown’s Mahoning Plaza YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Three companies want to sell medical marijuana in Youngstown and …

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News ‘Nuclear War May Break Out at Any Moment,’ Says North Korea “The entire US mainland is within our firing range.”

‘Nuclear War May Break Out at Any Moment,’ Says North Korea “The entire US mainland is within our firing range.”

River Donaghey Oct 17 2017, 1:43pm Tensions on the Korean peninsula have “reached a touch-and-go point” and nuclear war “may break out at any moment,” North Korea’s deputy UN ambassador Kim In Ryong warned on Monday, the Washington Post reports. Kim relayed the terrifying words to a UN committee this week, blaming the rising tensions …

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News A pending Supreme Court case threatens to silence workers’ voices

A pending Supreme Court case threatens to silence workers’ voices

By the Editorial Board October 13, 2017 12:00 PM The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to hear the latest case attacking public employee unions seemed inevitable. Labor leaders were resigned, knowing a majority of the justices seem bent on ending labor’s ability to levy dues on workers who seek a free ride. Right-to-work advocates and their …

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Postal USPS: Mail Processing Clerks move into customer relations roles

USPS: Mail Processing Clerks move into customer relations roles

Posted on October 17, 2017 by postal 10/17/2017 A group of mail processing clerks recently moved into new roles helping USPS strengthen customer service. The Customer Retention Team (CRT) in Dayton, OH, has added about 40 bargaining unit positions represented by the American Postal Workers Union. The employees are responsible for contacting local business customers …

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Postal Two Santa Rosa Post Offices provide mail pickup Monday to Friday

Two Santa Rosa Post Offices provide mail pickup Monday to Friday

Posted on October 17, 2017 by postal Customers directed to locations based on ZIP Codes Due to non-delivery of mail because of displacements and evacuations caused by the wildfires, the Santa Rosa Post Office is providing two locations for customers to retrieve their mail Monday to Friday. Customers with addresses in ZIP Code 95403 can …

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Video Trump Is Undoing Every Obama Achievement Out Of Jealousy (Video)

Trump Is Undoing Every Obama Achievement Out Of Jealousy (Video)

Trump Undoing EVERY Obama Achievement out of JEALOUSY EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. How insecure can you be, Donald?Shared by Occupy Democrats, LIKE our page for more! Posted by Occupy Democrats on Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Federal Trump finally calls widow of fallen Army soldier — only to tell her ‘he knew what he signed up for’

Trump finally calls widow of fallen Army soldier — only to tell her ‘he knew what he signed up for’

U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson and Donald Trump Donald Trump on Tuesday finally called the families of four U.S. soldiers who were killed during an ambush in Niger earlier this month, only to tell the widow of U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson, “he knew what he signed up for.” “Yes, he said it,” …

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News Mueller Interviews Cyber Security Expert Who Claims He Was ‘Recruited To Collude With The Russians’

Mueller Interviews Cyber Security Expert Who Claims He Was ‘Recruited To Collude With The Russians’

By Guardians of Democracy Staff Published on October 17, 2017 Special counsel Robert Mueller has interviewed Matt Tait, a former information security specialist for Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters, who claims he was “recruited to collude with the Russians” in the 2016 election, Business Insider reported Tuesday. In an article titled “The Time I Got Recruited to Collude …

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