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All five living former presidents appear at hurricane relief benefit concert

Five former presidents raise funds for hurricane victims

All five living former presidents took to the stage at a benefit concert to raise funds for disaster relief Saturday night.

Former presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama appeared together on stage at the One America Appeal fundraiser.

The five leaders joined together to raise money for victims of the recent hurricanes that have devastated the U.S.

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US city links hurricane relief to support for Israel

US city links hurricane aid to support for Israel

Those wishing to receive Hurricane Harvey relief funds in the US city of Dickinson, Texas, will have to sign an agreement that they will not boycott Israel.

An application for a Hurricane Harvey Repair Grant posted on the Dickinson city website this week includes a "Verification not to Boycott Israel" clause.

The clause states that by signing the agreement, "the Applicant verifies that the Applicant: (1) does not boycott Israel; and (2) will not boycott Israel during the term of this Agreement".

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Thousands Of Protestors Show Up In Florida To Drown Out Richard Spencer’s Hate

Thousands protest Spencer in FloridaThousands of people turned up Thursday at the University of Florida to protest an afternoon speech by a prominent white supremacist, making their message clear: Richard Spencer, and those like him, are not welcome.

Well before Spencer’s speech, set to start at 2:30 p.m. (EDT) at a place that did not invite him, a mass of protestors was on hand to greet him.

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Cub Scout Expelled After Daring to Question a GOP State Senator

Cub Scout expelled after questioning state senator about race commentsAn 11-year old cub scout in Colorado was kicked out of his den after asking a state senator pointed questions at a Boy Scout-organized event earlier this month, The Denver Post reported Thursday. Ames Mayfield reportedly asked GOP Sen. Vicki Marble questions about her 2013 comments at a legislative hearing on poverty about the “problems in the black race” regarding mortality rates and “genetic makeup.”

Lori Mayfield, the fifth-grader’s mother, said her son researched the state senator by himself and that she only told him to be “respectful” in his questioning. “He is still kind of reeling from this,” the mother said. “He is really sensitive, my heart breaks for him.”

TVNL Comment:  Mom, get a good lawyer.  This is ugly and most probably a violation of the Constitution.  Go for it.

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Manhunt underway after 3 killed at Maryland office shooting

Labeeb: hunted for killing office workers in MarylandA gunman opened fire at a Maryland office park on Wednesday morning, killing three co-workers and wounding two others, authorities and the business owner said.

A manhunt was underway for 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince, who was considered armed and dangerous.

Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said Prince shot his victims with a handgun and fled the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood, which is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) northeast of Baltimore. The sheriff did not release a motive for the shooting.

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Judge blocks Trump's latest travel ban order

Travel ban blocked againA federal court in Hawaii blocked President Donald Trump’s third and most extensive initiative to limit travel into the United States on Tuesday.

The International Refugee Assistance Project, the Iranian Alliances Across Borders and various individual plaintiffs filed lawsuits in Hawaii and Maryland after the travel ban ― which would indefinitely ban citizens from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen from entering the country ― was announced on Sept. 24. They view this ban as yet another thinly veiled attempt to target Muslims (six out of the eight countries on the list are Muslim-majority).

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Amid fears of violence, Florida governor declares emergency ahead of Spencer speech

Spencer to give his Nazi speech in TalahasseeGov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency as hundreds of law enforcement officers from across the state gather at the University of Florida in advance of a Thursday event by white nationalist Richard B. Spencer.

Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell had asked Scott to declare the emergency as the university prepares for Spencer's visit. The governor's executive order places the state agency usually responsible for hurricanes at the front of the effort to preserve order during the event. It also places the Florida National Guard on standby.

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