Paul Cox

Paul Cox

One America News Network dropped by DirecTV

Pay-TV satellite service DirecTV will drop One America News Network, known as OAN, when the right-wing channel’s current distribution deal expires, likely a critical hit to OAN’s viewership and finances . About 90% of the right-wing network’s revenue came from a contract with AT&T TV platforms including DirecTV and U-verse, …

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The best farms and estates sold in 2021, from £2m to £20m

2021 has been stellar for the farm and estate market, reports Penny Churchill, which highlights the most spectacular sales of the year. Against all odds, 2021 has been a remarkably good year for farm and estate sales, as well-funded buyers – farmers, artists, eco-warriors and families looking for a country …

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London Underground’s lost line where early trains were so slow it took 40 minutes to travel 2 miles

Hidden in the dark corners and lost spaces of London, some 40 disused London Underground stations are waiting to be rediscovered. Some are spooky, some carry nostalgic memorabilia from World War II or the 1960s, and some are far out in the verdant countryside miles from the city center. This …

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Butler-Tarkington borough goes 1 year without murder amid violence reduction efforts

INDIANAPOLIS — A North Side Indianapolis neighborhood is making progress in its efforts to reduce violent crime. The Butler-Tarkington neighborhood has gone 365 days without another murder, which community leaders and those involved in anti-violence efforts attribute to the community as a whole. It’s the fourth time since 2016 that …

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MLK Day Events and Volunteer Opportunities (In-Person and Virtual)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is this Monday, January 17, and many events celebrating his legacy have been scheduled around the city, virtually and in person. Here is a list of some events and volunteer opportunities happening in West and Southwest Philadelphia and online. To explore other MLK Day …

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Video shared by KCPD shows truck hit Independence Bridge

A Kansas City bridge known to have frequent collisions with commercial trucks on Wednesday saw another driver unsuccessfully attempting to clear its underpass. A video shared on twitter by the Kansas City Police Department showed the top of a covered truck being removed as it attempted to pass under the …

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Parks Commission Chairman Adams Resigns / iBerkshires.com

By Brian RhodesiBerkshires Staff4:05 a.m. / Thursday, January 13, 2022 ADAMS, Mass. – As COVID-19 cases spike across the county after the holidays, the Board of Health continues to consider the possibility of a mask mandate and other potential restrictions. Between Jan. 1 and Jan. 7, Adams recorded 97 new …

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Allegany Magazine January 2022: When Cumberland Fire Was A Little More Canadian – A Brief History of the City’s Oldest Fire Station | Magazine Alléganie

When Cumberland Fire was a little more Canadian A brief history of the city’s oldest fire station Cumberland’s first fire company was established in 1830 and was named Cumberland Fire Engine Company, but was renamed in 1833 Canada Hose Company – CHC. That year, the infamous fire of 1833 broke …

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Ford Motor Co. opens Michigan Central Station to provide update on renovations

The top three floors of Ford Motor Co.’s Michigan Central Station will be dedicated to a luxury hotel and restaurants when a massive five-year renovation project is completed by mid-2023. The 100,000 square feet on the ground floor of Detroit’s former transcontinental gateway will be a combination of public gathering …

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Giants Fire Joe judges as coach after 2-year 10-23 record | Sports News

By TOM CANAVAN, AP Sports Writer EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (AP) – The New York Giants cleaned up the house, sacking coach Joe Judge a day after GM Dave Gettleman retired. The Giants announced the move late Tuesday afternoon, ending brief speculation that the owners were planning to hire a new …

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