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Some Bay Area High Schools Want To Ditch A-To-F Grading System

SAN ANSELMO (KPIX) — There is a growing consensus at some Bay Area private high schools that letter grades A through F are outdated. Instead they want to create transcripts with details about each student’s achievements. “The grading system is pretty broken,” says...

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THOUSANDS OF HAITIANS FIND ‘MEXICAN DREAM’ NEAR US BORDER

TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) -- Jose Luis Millan found a new crop of star employees at an upscale Tijuana car wash where customers cross the border from the U.S. to pay up to $950 to have their prized possessions steamed and scrubbed for hours. They're never late, always...

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Hungary set for fresh anti-Soros blitz

Budapest (AFP) - Hungary is set to launch another state "national consultation" about US financier and philanthropist George Soros, the government said Tuesday, six months before expected general elections. The campaign would be to investigate public views on the...

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Bolton: ‘This Was the Best Speech of the Trump Presidency’

John Bolton says President Donald Trump's address to the United Nations General Assembly was the "best speech of the Trump presidency." Bolton, a former U.S. Ambassador to the UN, said the centerpiece of Trump's speech was his criticism of the behavior of North Korea...

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EX-SECRET SERVICE WARNS: TRUMP ‘IN GENUINE DANGER’

'Threats to the White House and the president are swiftly evolving' Dan Bongino is best known to American conservatives today as a former congressional candidate, talk-show host and fiery commentator. But the position he says he will always be proudest of is that of...

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JUDGES ATTACK 1 OF THEIR OWN AFTER HE INSISTED WORK GET DONE

Cited Social Security case in which claimant waited 5 1/2 years for help A federal judge has gone to federal court to demand that he be protected from attacks from other federal judges who complained he was working too hard to see that magistrates took care of their...

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Man tries to eat rattlesnake; snake bites back

PHOENIX — An Arizona man was hospitalized after surviving a rattlesnake bite to the face while trying to show off to friends at a party by attempting to cook the reptile on a barbecue grill. Victor Pratt, 48, was bitten Sept. 7. He was first treated at a hospital near...

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Zuckerberg Silences Reports of Ethnic Cleansing

Facebook Silences Rohingya Reports of Ethnic Cleansing The social network says it’s committed to helping the world ‘share their stories.’ But when people from Burma’s oppressed minority post, their stories have a habit of disappearing. Rohingya activists—in Burma and...

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Trump ​slams the UN in his first UN appearance

President Trump used his inaugural address at the United Nations on Monday to criticize the world body for not living up to its “potential” because of bureaucracy and urged member nations to reject “business as usual” and take “bold stands.” “In recent years, the...

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Fort Bragg soldiers charged in deadly NC parking lot shooting

Mug shots for (l. to r.) Ferris Brown, Javier Rashad Johnson and Daivon Tahjai Chambers. Two Fort Bragg soldiers and a third man have been arrested and charged with murdering two men they allegedly were trying to rob in a North Carolina restaurant parking lot....

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Incompetent White House Lawyers Discuss Russia Probe in Public

The New York Times scored a scoop after reporter Ken Vogel overheard two senior White House lawyers, Ty Cobb and John Dowd, discussing details of the Russia investigation over lunch at a popular Washington, DC, restaurant. Here’s a photo of Ty Cobb & John Dowd...

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ARMY REVEALS 1ST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINST NORTH KOREA

'Dungeon Dragons' run real-time surveillance 24/7 of communist nation's missiles Country-rock star Charlie Daniels calls North Korea’s Kim Jong Un a “demented little brat” and suggests there are only two approaches to the hermit regime, which this week launched...

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LONDON BOMBER ID’D AS SYRIAN ‘REFUGEE’

Parsons Green Bomb Suspect Named as 21-Year-Old Syrian Yahyah Farouk The second of two men arrested in connection with Friday morning’s Parsons Green London tube network attack has been named as 21-Year-Old Syrian migrant Yahyah Farouk. The Syrian migrant — who has...

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NASA PLAN TO STOP SUPERVOLCANO SPARKS DOOMSDAY FEARS

There’s only one problem: The process might trigger an eruption. Amid a summertime swarm of hundreds of earthquakes underneath Yellowstone National Park, NASA is developing a plan to tame a “supervolcano” that some experts believe is well overdue for a catastrophic...

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BIG RULING ON FARMER BANNED FROM SELLING FOOD DUE TO FAITH

City retaliated against man for 1 deeply held belief A federal judge has ordered a Michigan city to allow a nearby farmer to participate in its farmers market after concluding officials there likely illegally discriminated against him because of his faith....

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Protesters smash windows in 2nd violent night near St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Protests turned violent for second night near St. Louis following the acquittal of a white former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man, as a small group of demonstrators refused to disperse, breaking windows at dozens of businesses and...

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Tillerson: Trump Open to Staying in Paris Climate Accord

Tillerson says open to staying in Paris Accord: POTUS said he's open to finding right conditions to stay pic.twitter.com/wgXrnaNrUw — Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) September 17, 2017 Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said President...

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US signals softer stance on Paris climate pact: EU official

Montreal (AFP) – A US envoy has signaled that President Donald Trump may be ready to soften his stance on the Paris climate pact, a European official said at a summit in Canada on Saturday. Any shift in the US position on the historic deal could be hugely significant,...

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