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Abortion ‘Haven’ Illinois Attracting Thousands of Women from Other States

Illinois is an abortion “haven” with few restrictions on the procedure, says a recent report in the Chicago Tribune that cites thousands of women traveling into the state to end their pregnancies. According to the report, in 2017, 5,528 women traveled to Illinois from other states to have abortions — nearly a thousand more than the 4,543 women who arrived in 2016. State records indicate that, in 2016, 38,382 abortions were performed in Illinois. However, that number jumped up to 39,329 in 2017. Terry Cosgrove, president and CEO of abortion rights…

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All Clear Given After CNN’s NYC Headquarters Evacuated Over Bomb Threat

UPDATE: All clear given after CNN’s office in New York City was evacuated due to a bomb threat Thursday evening. Read Breitbart News Network’s original report below.  CNN’s New York City office at Columbus Circle is under evacuation Thursday evening as the New York Police Department investigates a bomb threat near the area, according to CNN host Brian Stelter. The NYPD is investigating a bomb threat near CNN NYC’s office at Columbus Circle. Due to the threat, the office has been evacuated. Right now CNN is airing taped programming due to the disruption.…

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**LIVE UPDATES** Alaska Rocked After Major Earthquake Hits Near Anchorage

A 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked Alaska on Friday, shaking building in Anchorage and prompting terrified residents to seek shelter under office desks. **Follow all of the events on the Breitbart News Live Wire below. All times in eastern.** 3:09 PM — NEW FOOTAGE: This video taken by Nils Sullivan shows major street damage in Anchorage, Alaska, where a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit Friday morning. Full story: https://t.co/LhpBDcVyoD pic.twitter.com/ZmpyYmc9xf — NBC10 Boston (@NBC10Boston) November 30, 2018 3:08 PM — The Earthquake left a grocery store in shambles. [embedded content] 3:06 PM — Audio of air traffic controllers…

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Watch: Alaska Earthquake Rocks Buildings, Spurs Tsunami Warning

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A 6.6 magnitude earthquake has rocked buildings in Anchorage and caused lamp posts and trees to sway, prompting people to run out of offices and seek shelter under office desks. The U.S. Geological Survey says the earthquake Friday morning was centered about 7 miles north of Alaska’s largest city. This is what happened on the 6th floor of the Nesbett Courthouse during the Anchorage #earthquake. Both attorneys jumped under their desks. Evacuated the building after the shaking stopped. pic.twitter.com/dqHGPCv6XO — Heather Hintze (@HeatherHintze) November 30, 2018…

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Parts of Northeast Brace for Record Cold on Thanksgiving Day

Parts across the Northeast United States are bracing for record cold temperatures on Thanksgiving Day, meteorologists say. Western Massachusetts to Albany, New York, is expected to receive bouts of snow ranging from 2 to 4 inches, while other cities may see nearly 6 inches. Parts of southern Vermont and Maine are also likely to see snowfall, while Buffalo to Waters could see snow showers. “Thanksgiving Day is going to be frigid, with wind chills in the Northeast below zero and in the teens from Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh to Philadelphia. Record lows are expected throughout…

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Police: Shots Fired Near Chicago’s Mercy Hospital

Update: Chicago Police say two people are dead following a shooting near Mercy Hospital in Chicago, including the suspected gunman, according to ABC 7. Shots were fired Monday near Chicago’s Mercy Hospital in what could be an active shooter situation, according to emerging reports. Chicago Chief Communications Officer Anthony Guglielmi announced the incident on social media and advised residents to avoid the area: Police Activity: Reports of shots fired in the vicinity of 26th and Michigan near Mercy Hospital. Avoid area. Heavy police response incoming pic.twitter.com/yHe19SN8SY — Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) November 19, 2018 #Breaking…

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Michael Avenatti Law Firm Evicted from CA Office for Skipping $213,000 in Rent

A judge affirmed his order Friday to evict Michael Avenatti’s law firm from a California office building for skipping out on $213,000 in rent over four months. Judge Robert J. Moss affirmed his October 22 order in Orange County Superior Court that Avenatti and his staff leave their ocean-view suite in a Newport Beach office building by Monday, despite a last-ditch effort by the attorney to block the eviction ruling, the Los Angeles Times reported. The firm’s landlord, the Irvine Co., sued Avenatti’s law firm, Eagan Avenatti, for eviction for…

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California Fire: Number of Missing Soars Past 1,000 as Death Toll Hits 71

CHICO, Calif. (AP) — With the confirmed death toll at 71 and the list of unaccounted for people more than 1,000, authorities in Northern California on Friday searched for those who perished and those who survived the fiercest of wildfires ahead of a planned visit by President Donald Trump. Deputies found eight more bodies Friday, bringing the death toll to 71. The number of people unaccounted for grew from 631 on Thursday night to more than 1,000 on Friday, but Sheriff Kory Honea said the list was dynamic and could easily…

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Broward County Erases GOP Vote Gains, ‘Missed’ Recount Deadline by 2 Minutes

Florida Republicans Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis would have increased their margins of victory Thursday if Broward County did not narrowly miss the 3 p.m. deadline to submit machine recount results for the state’s midterm elections. The recount would have increased DeSantis’s lead over Democrat Andrew Gillum in the race for governor by 755 votes, while Scott’s lead could have been lifted by 779 votes. “We uploaded to the state two minutes late so the state has chosen not to use our machine recount results and they are going to use the first unofficial results…

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Broward County Starts Manual Recount One Hour Late

Broward County on Friday began its manual recount one hour later than originally scheduled for in the state’s U.S. Senate race between incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson (D)-FL) and Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL). The Miami Herald‘s Alex Harris reported Broward County’s election office, overseen by embattled Supervisor of Elections official Brenda Snipes, only began training voter counters at 7:40 a.m., though the manual recount was scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. Harris shared a photo to Twitter of the scene inside the office with vote counters sitting in pairs equipped with color-marked bins to separate votes. Broward was…

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