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1988 – Japanese American internment: U.S. President Ronald Reagan signs the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, providing $20,000 payments to Japanese Americans who were either interned in or relocated by the United States during World War II. The internment of Japanese Americans in the United States during World War II was the forced relocation and incarceration in concentration camps in the western interior of the country of between 110,000 and 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry, most of whom lived on the Pacific coast. Sixty-two percent of the internees were United States citizens. These actions were ordered by President Franklin... [Read More]
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Is your relationship on the fringe? [Read More]
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It's proof that small cars can be plenty safe. [Read More]
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Congress passed a bill last week requiring aircraft seat dimensions to be regulated, and consumer advocates are worried seats could actually get more cramped as a result. [Read More]
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Cut. Those. Tomatoes. [Read More]
The owner of the building says this fire not only burned his property, but a huge hole in his wallet. [Read More]
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A West Allis man out on bond choked a woman and grabbed another woman's breasts while he went through a haunted house in Racine County on Sunday, a criminal complaint alleges. [Read More]
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Days after a sheriff's deputy discovered what he thought were human remains in Sterling, it's still unclear whether the investigator found a person or Halloween decorations. Hours after the grisly discovery was made, a county supervisor posted online it was a Halloween skull. [Read More]
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This week, Russell Craig and Jesse Krimes — another up-and-coming Philadelphia artist who served time in federal prison for drug charges — will debut their most ambitious project ever with Mural Arts Philadelphia. Called Portraits of Justice, it's a large-scale, interactive public artwork at the Municipal Services Building. It's a vertigo-inducing ascendancy for Craig — just five years out of prison and not quite off parole. [Read More]
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Jeremie Capron, ROBO Global's research director, talks to MarketWatch about how robotics could soon transform all aspects of health care, from surgery and diagnosis, to mobility enhancement and elderly care. [Read More]
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he has "zero interest" in serving as a member of President Trump's Cabinet, shooting down speculation about his future ambitions as he emerged as one of the most vocal supporters of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during the Senate confirmation process. [Read More]
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Josh Krcik (Northeast football) and Karlie Zamora (North County golf) are the athletes of the week... [Read More]
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Saints quarterback Drew Brees broke the NFL's all-time passing record, and it looks like he's nowhere near retirement. [Read More]
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Vinta Nanda also alleged that the TV actor had all her shows at the channel shut down, leading to the closure of her production company. Nanda then wrote a harrowing account of her personal trauma -- how the actor raped and brutalised her in her own home. [Read More]
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Duolingo, Kanaeokana and Kamehameha Schools have teamed up to launch a free virtual Hawaiian language course. ... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump said that Justice Brett Kavanaugh was "proven innocent" of the numerous sexual misconduct allegations that nearly upended his confirmation to the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh was never on trial, and there was no innocent or guilty verdict. [Read More]
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Giants right tackle Ereck Flowers started first 2 games of season but was benched and now will be cut or traded. [Read More]
Live Coverage of Washington Redskins @ New Orleans Saints Monday, October 8, 2018 on MSN Sports... [Read More]
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