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The Pentagon’s Handling of J6 Response Assessment with Captain Tim Nick

The Hard Truth with Tony Shaffer – In this edition of The Hard Truth, Tony Shaffer welcomes Captain Timothy Nick, who blew the whistle on the Pentagon’s handling of the…

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Fulton City School District notifies community about student sexual assaults a month later

FULTON, N.Y. — It took the Fulton City School District nearly a month to notify the community about a student attempting to sexually assault two classmates on the same day. At…

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Bill aims to ban legacy college admissions in New York

Legislation that proponents have named the “Fair College Admissions Act” is meant to prohibit New York state two- and four-year schools from considering family alumni when…

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Will an Ex-Fidelity Advisor’s Reg BI Suit Catch the SEC’s Eye?

A financial advisor’s whistleblower lawsuit alleging Fidelity Investments prioritized its own profits over clients’ best interests could potentially prompt the Securities and…

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No panhandling signs going up in Schenectady

It’s a way for some people to make money, but for county leaders, it’s a danger. Schenectady County is standing up to panhandling.  “Panhandling in front of my street is…

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What Trump’s historic guilty verdict means for him and the presidential election

NEW YORK (WRGB) — It’s a historic guilty verdict – former president Donald Trump is now a convicted felon – found guilty in all 34 counts in his hush money trial on…

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Donald Trump found guilty. What next?

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — For the first time in U.S. history, a former president has been convicted of crimes. Donald Trump was found guilty on all 34 counts against him, felony…

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Schenectady swatting call under investigation

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — A Schenectady neighborhood was hit with a swatting call on Thursday that called out the entire police department. Schenectady Police Department…

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‘They believed the witnesses’: Local criminal defense attorney offers perspective on Trump verdict, what comes next

News10NBC asked Peter Pullano, a criminal defense attorney and managing partner in the Rochester office of Tully Rinckey PLLC, for his perspective on the outcome of former…

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Donald Trump Is Convicted on All 34 Counts

Donald Trump is guilty on all 34 charges for falsifying business records. On Thursday, a jury ruled that the former president is guilty, putting to end a six-week trial…

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