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  1. The Fight Over Charter Schools Made Los Angeles' School Board Races Historically ExpensiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 8 | Mother Jones

    After a campaign in which charter school boosters spent $3 million and unions dropped another $2 million to control the seven-person board of the nation's second-largest school district, two races were pushed into a May runoff on Tuesday night. Board president Steve Zimmer, who is backed by the Los Angeles teachers' union, will face off against charter-backed Nick Melvoin, a teacher and attorney who finished in second place with 31 percent of the vote.

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  2. Michael Bloomberg on How to Succeed in BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 3 | Jordoncooper.com

    What disturbs me is you talk to kids applying today and they invariably say, "I cured cancer, I brought peace to the Mideast." Spare me.

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  3. Meet the Donald Trump-Loving, Sanctuary City-Bashing Black Republican Running for NYC MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | The New York Observer

    Mayor Bill de Blasio has made his opposition to President Donald Trump the core of his re-election bid , and his best-funded Republican opponent, real estate developer Paul Massey , has gone out of his way to say he wrote in ex-Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the voting booth last year-but one longshot contender for the city's highest office has embraced his party's commander-in-chief and some of his most controversial immigration policies wholeheartedly. Michel Faulkner, a former Jets defensive lineman-turned-minister, concluded his presentation to a gathering of the Brooklyn GOP last night with a lengthy quote from Trump's first address to the joint session of Congress earlier this week-a quote he attributed to "a great president."

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  4. Brooklyn GOP hosts mayoral forum in Dyker HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    The Brooklyn Republican Party and its executive committee sponsored a well-attended forum for the two currently leading mayoral candidates, the Rev. Michel Faulkner and real estate executive Paul Massey, allowing them each an opportunity to introduce themselves and answer questions.

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  5. Report Says Snap Extorted Money From Anti-Gun CharityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | Benzinga

    Snap Inc the parent company of the popular Snapchat app, allegedly coerced a gun safety charity into buying advertising space on its social media platform. According to Mic, Snapchat told a nonprofit gun safety charity called Everytown for Gun Safety that if it did not buy advertising space on Snapchat, then Snapchat would run a series of ads from the National Rifle Association .

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  6. Is Disney CEO Bob Iger considering running for office?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | Daily Mail

    Is Bob Iger considering running for office? Disney CEO 'consults Mayor Bloomberg about political career' after being nudged by Democrats to launch 2020 presidential campaign Insiders say President Trump has paved the way for business titans to realistically set their sights on the White House Disney CEO Bob Iger is rumored to be considering a presidential run Disney CEO Bob Iger is considering a move in to politics and is primed to make a 2020 run for president, sources close to the businessman said on Wednesday. Iger, 66, has even consulted his good friend former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about a possible run, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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  7. Snap told gun safety group to buy ads on its videos or NRA might, leaked emails showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | Mashable

    A gun safety group was in talks to run a free promotional campaign on Snapchat last year when it was hit with an alarming sales pitch. If Everytown for Gun Safety didn't buy up each of the ad slots within its video campaign, a Snapchat ad salesman warned, there was a good chance the National Rifle Association would.

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  8. Disney CEO Bob Iger Reportedly Flirting With 2020 Presidential...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | New York Magazine

    Before Donald Trump came along, rich, old, white guys at least dabbled in politics before they tried to become the leader of the free world. But a new path to the presidency has now been paved and we should probably get used to seeing stories like the one in Wednesday's Hollywood Reporte r suggesting that Disney CEO Bob Iger may run for the Democratic nomination in 2020 .

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  9. De Blasio's fundraising ties to BK landlord date back to 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | The Real Deal

    Brooklyn landlord and rabbi Moishe Indig, the target of an investigation into campaign donations to Bill de Blasio, has long-running ties to the mayor and won his backing in a campaign against stricter mohel regulation. According to Politico, Indig helped get de Blasio 7,500 votes from the orthodox Aroni Satmar community during the 2013 Democratic primary.

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  10. Oprah Says Being Fired Led to Her First Talk Show JobRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | Bloomberg

    Oprah Winfrey discusses getting demoted early in her career and how she came to view that as an opportunity for growth and success. She speaks with David Rubenstein in the season two premiere of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations" on Bloomberg Television.

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  11. NYC plans to open 90 more homeless shelters, use hotels lessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | The Day

    To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: NEW YORK - New York City would open about 90 new homeless shelters in five years under a plan unveiled Tuesday, sharply increasing shelters but winding down a practice of putting up some of the city's near-record number of homeless people in hotels and private apartments. The $300 million plan marks Mayor Bill de Blasio's latest effort to deal with a stubborn surge in homelessness in the last decade.

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  12. New York Pizza Truck Neapolitan Express Rolls Into AustinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | Eater

    Neapolitan Express , the wood-fired pizza truck from New York, is expanding into Austin with two new trailers for its first out-of-state expansion. Both will open on Friday, March 3. The first will be found on 3rd Street and Congress Avenue , and the second over on West 5th and Colorado streets .

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  13. Measuring Uber Traffic Would Be Impossible Under Cuomo's Ride-Hailing BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | StreetsBlog.org

    Yesterday, we got a reminder of why transportation planners and transit advocates view access to Uber trip data as an essential tool, when analyst Bruce Schaller published a groundbreaking report on the effect of ride-hailing services on New York City streets and traffic. The growth of app-based ride-hailing services is, in fact, leading to more congestion , Schaller concluded.

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  14. NYC plans to open more homeless shelters, use hotels lessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | Fox News

    New York City would increase its number of homeless shelters but seek to stop putting up homeless people in hotels and private apartments under a plan unveiled Tuesday by the mayor. Mayor Bill de Blasio's latest effort to deal with a stubborn surge in homelessness would open about 90 new shelters citywide in five years and expand 30 others.

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  15. XPrize Contest Highlights Ludicrous Steps Anti-gunners will take to Deny RealityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 27 | AmmoLand

    "Didn't Col. Colt and John Moses Browning take care of this over a century ago?" Glenn Reynolds asks in a Sunday Instapundit post .

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  16. Alex BeamMark Zuckerberg for president. Not.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 26 | Boston.com

    It's not the best-kept secret in the world. Late last year, Facebook amended its ownership documents to allow Zuckerberg to keep the company even if he left temporarily "in connection with his serving in a government position or office."

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  17. 'He's shocked he's not in control of the press:' Once king of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 26 | The Toronto Star

    This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distribution to colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire about permissions/licensing, please go to: 'He's shocked he's not in control of the press:' Once king of New York tabloids, Trump struggles with Washington press Donald Trump has turned on the news media with escalating rhetoric after finding himself unable to control the tone of coverage.

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  18. Trump Skipping White House Correspondents' DinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Townhall

    The annual White House Correspondents Dinner is an evening for journalists to eat and enjoy one another's company while being the butt of some lighthearted jokes. Presidents have taken the opportunity in years past to poke some fun at the media who cover the administration.

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  19. Trump, master of N.Y. tabloids, aims at Washington press corpsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Boston.com

    The White House press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, has taken to slapping journalists who write unflattering stories with an epithet he sees as the epitome of low-road, New York Post-style gossip: "Page Six reporter." Whether the New England-born spokesman realizes it or not, the expression is perhaps less an insult than a reminder of an era when now President Trump mastered the New York tabloid terrain - and his own narrative - shaping his image with a combination of on-the-record bluster and off-the-record gossip.

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  20. Bloomberg sued over drug culture and rape allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Daily Mail

    Nick Ferris, former head of global development allegedly attacked the woman in his New York City apartment twice in February and March of 2013 A former saleswoman at Bloomberg has launched a number of shocking accusations against the company, including that she was drugged and raped by a high-level executive. Nick Ferris, former head of global development allegedly attacked the woman in his New York City apartment twice in February and March of 2013, and got her addicted to pain pills, according to a civil rights suit filed in a Bronx court.

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