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NYCHA lied about doing lead paint inspections, shocking report claims

The New York City Housing Authority submitted false documentation to the federal government saying it was in compliance with federal laws requiring inspections for lead paint — even though it failed to conduct those inspections for four years, the Department of Investigation said Tuesday in a blistering report. “DOI’s investigation …

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Woman faints as she’s found guilty in murder-for-hire plot

She’s no standup gal. A woman fainted in a ​California ​courtroom ​the moment she was found guilty in a murder-for-hire plot​ against her husband​, new footage shows. Diana Lovejoy, 45, ​of Carlsbad, ​went limp and flopped over face-first Monday as a jury convicted her of recruiting an ex-Marine to kill …

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Paul Ryan says Roy Moore should step aside

House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday said the allegations of sexual misconduct against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore “are credible” and he “should step aside.” “He should step aside. No. 1, these allegations are credible. No. 2, if he cares about the values and people he claims to care about, …

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Man sues to keep ‘GRABHER’ vanity plate

A Canadian man whose vanity license plate “GRABHER” was revoked by authorities for being “inappropriate” is suing for the right to keep driving through town with it. Lorne Grabher, a retiree in Nova Scotia, said his namesake plate has been on family vehicles for 27 years until the province suddenly …

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Three dead in shooting at California elementary school

At least three people were killed and two children wounded when a gunman opened fire at an elementary school in Northern California, according to local reports. Several students were airlifted from the shooting scene at Rancho Tehama School near the community of Corning, about 120 miles north of Sacramento, according …

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Trump brands Asia trip a $300 billion success

President Trump gave his tour of five Asian nations a rave review, saying it was a “tremendously successful trip” that netted the US “at least $300 billion” in deals. “We’ve had a tremendously successful trip. Tremendous amounts of work was done on trade, not only on the deals — and …

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