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Aging New York nuclear plant to close by 2021

The aging Indian Point nuclear power plant just north of New York City will close within about four years under a deal with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has long argued it should be shuttered to protect the millions of people living nearby. Under the arrangement plant owner Entergy Corp. will shut both reactors at the

Hillary Isn’t Out of the Legal Woods Yet

Ed Klein, Although Donald Trump has signaled that he doesn’t intend to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton, knowledgeable sources tell me that Hillary is far from out of the legal woods. And, these sources add, it’s Hillary’s own fault that she’s still in trouble. Trump tried to be magnanimous toward his vanquished

Judge Jeanine: No Hillary Indictment Because First Witness as Defendant Would Be Obama

Breitbart – by Jeff Poor Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” network host Jeanine Pirro, a former county court and district attorney for Westchester County, NY, downplayed the possibility of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton being indicted for her use of a private email server while secretary of state. She said if

NY state in tentative deal to raise minimum wage toward $15 an hour

Governor Andrew Cuomo and state legislative leaders reached a tentative deal on Thursday to raise New York state’s minimum wage towards $15 per hour but fell short of a uniform state-wide increase, lawmakers said. The deal outlines a faster rise in New York City, but carves out a slow lane for small businesses and its

Rockefeller Killed in Plane Crash, Friday the 13th, Illuminati Murder or Accident?

David Rockefeller’s son Richard was killed in a plane crash on Friday the 13th. Here, Mark Dice discusses the story and some history of the Rockefeller family. Video below: Dr. Richard Rockefeller, son of the billionaire and prominent philanthropist David Rockefeller, was killed Friday morning when the small plane he was piloting crashed shortly after

New Yorkers rally for gun rights, against Cuomo regime

Raquel Okyay, More than a year after the New York governor’s landmark gun control law was enacted, thousands of New Yorkers poured into the state house in Albany to protest his governance and leadership. “There is nothing about the SAFE Act that makes us safer,” said Robert P. “Rob” Astorino (R-Mount Pleasant), executive of Westchester County and candidate for