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Sick-out by Detroit teachers prompts 43 school closuresThe union that represents Detroit's public school teachers is urging members to call in sick Monday
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Randy Ruppert speaks on camera following a meeting at the Nickerson, Neb., fire hall, Tuesday, April 19, 2016. When regional officials announced plans to open a $300 million chicken processing plant employing 1,100 workers, residents packed the firehall and the village board unanimously voted against the plant, and a week later the company gave up, saying they’d take their plant and jobs elsewhere. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifeOfficials thought little Nickerson, Nebraska, was the perfect spot for a chicken processing plant and the accompanying 1,100 jobs, but no one celebrated when the news leaked out
The Associated Press24 minutes ago
Polic make an arrested in the parking lot of Cosco on South 4th Street in Seattle, Wash., after police moved in to disperse the protesters Sunday, May 1, 2016. (Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times via AP)
Arrests in Seattle as May Day marchers take to streetsSeattle police used pepper spray Sunday evening to disperse black-clad anti-capitalist protesters authorities say threw rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at officers during a rowdy May Day gathering
The Associated Press36 minutes ago
Polic make an arrested in the parking lot of Cosco on South 4th Street in Seattle, Wash., after police moved in to disperse the protesters Sunday, May 1, 2016. (Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times via AP)
The Latest: Police arrest protesters in SeattleSeattle police say they arrested nine people during anti-capitalist protests that injured five officers on May Day
The Associated Press45 minutes ago
In this 1989 photo, a montage of memorabilia from past political campaigns past is laid out to dry in the rare book room of the University of Hartford's Museum of American Political Life in Hartford, Conn. J. Doyle DeWitt, president of The Travelers Insurance Company in the 1950's, donated thousands of items from his personal collection to the university. Hartford attorney Bruce Rubenstein also donated hundreds of items to the collection, and is threatening to sue the university which in 2016 is planning to sell the collection. (Sherry Peters/The Hartford Courant via AP)
Outrage over college's plans to sell political memorabiliaThe University of Hartford, which once served as home to the federally-funded Museum of American Political Life, is facing a legal fight over plans to auction off one of the great collections of political and campaign memorabilia in the United States
The Associated Press1 hour ago

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