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Barbara Walters, the first woman to co-anchor a U.S. evening news program, will announce her retirement on “The View” on Monday, ABC network said. Walters, got her start in television journalism in 1961 as a writer on NBC’s “Today.” In 1976, she became the first woman to co-anchor a television evening news broadcast on any U.S…. Read more »

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When it comes to TV news there are few veteran’s as qualified as Britain’s ITV News Editor Deborah Turness, and this might be why NBC news are rumored to be making her their next news president. Deborah Turness has an impressive news background and impeccable reputation. She has been Editor of ITV News since 2004 and… Read more »

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“‘Mounting evidence’ links Tsarnaev brothers to earlier triple homicide,” from RT, There is “mounting evidence” which suggests that Boston Marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were involved in an unsolved triple homicide in 2011, according to Massachusetts investigators.Forensic evidence from the crime scene matched the brothers’ DNA, and cell phone records put them in… Read more »

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Eight people have been arrested, and accused of stealing millions from ATM’s across New York and being part of a larger worldwide fraud Prosecutors say ATMs on Broadway from West 116th Street to West 23rd Street were accessed in the operation. According to the District Attorney’s office: Eight foot soldiers of an international cyber-crime ring have been charged in a… Read more »

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If you were surprised by the recent attacks in Boston Commissioner Raymond Kelly wasn’t.”When something like Boston happens, it’s a shock to the public, but not to us.” Kelly said adding that he was also surprised such an attack did not happen sooner. “We’ve seen these types of disaffected, radicalized young men target us.” Yet… Read more »