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Terror suspect sets off pipe bomb in underground subway passage near Port Authority Bus Terminal

Port authority bomberAkayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi native, detonated part of his “low tech” explosive at 7:20 a.m. and was injured in an underground subway passage just 200 feet from the bus terminal at West 42nd St. and Eighth Ave., officials said. Three commuters suffered minor injuries, officials said.

After the explosion, Port Authority cops moved in and struggled with Ullah, who had wires attached to his body, sources said.

After the explosion, Port Authority cops struggled with Ullah, 27, who had wires attached to his body, sources said. The device was affixed to his body with Velcro and zip ties, police officials said.

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Poll: Most Americans doubt GOP bill will cut their taxes or boost the economy

Congressional Republicans are poised to pass the biggest tax overhaul in a generation, but Americans remain unconvinced that the measure will cut their own taxes or significantly boost the economy.

Amercans skeptical of GOP tax billA new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds just 32% support the GOP tax plan; 48% oppose it. That's the lowest level of public support for any major piece of legislation enacted in the past three decades.

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Supreme Court blocks order for White House to disclose DACA documents

SCOTUS rules for administration against DACA documentsThe Supreme Court ruled late Friday that the Trump administration does not have to turn over documents connected to its decision to end a program that protects immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation.

It was the second time in four days that the court has sided with the administration against immigration advocates, following Monday's order enabling Trump's travel ban to go into full effect while challenges work their way through the courts.

The latest order reverses action by lower courts in California that had required the government to produce documents in the case by Dec. 22.

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Arkansas judge blocks state from issuing birth certificates

Arkansas judge blocks state from issuing birth certificatesAn Arkansas judge on Friday blocked the state from issuing any birth certificates until officials are able to comply with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the state's birth certificate law illegally favors heterosexual parents.

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Tim Fox on Friday set aside his orders requiring the state and three same-sex couples go into mediation on how to fix the state law to comply with the U.S. high court's order. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge earlier this week asked the state Supreme Court to stay or lift Fox's mediation order.

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Former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. Fired For Misconduct By Morgan Stanley

Harold Ford, Jr. fired after accusation of misconduct

Former Democratic Congressman Harold Ford Jr. has been fired for misconduct by Morgan Stanley after facing a human resources investigation into allegations of misconduct, a company spokeswoman confirmed.

“He has been terminated for conduct inconsistent with our values and in violation of our policies,” a spokeswoman for Morgan Stanley told HuffPost in an email.

At least one woman, who is not a Morgan Stanley employee but interacted with Ford in a professional capacity, was interviewed by Morgan Stanley’s HR department as part of the investigation.

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Remember Pearl Harbor, "a date that will live in infamy"

Pearl Harbor rememberedThe moon landing, the assassination of JFK, the 9/11 attacks, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. They are events and days that defined recent American history like no others.

And then, there’s “the date which will live in infamy.”

That date was seventy-six years ago today, December 7th, when Japanese planes started raining bombs on Pearl Harbor as people ate breakfast.

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Ex-Olympics doctor Larry Nassar sentenced to 60 years on child porn

Larry Nassar gets 60 years for child molestationsLarry Nassar, the former MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor whose work took him to multiple Olympic games, was sentenced Thursday to 60 years in federal prison on child pornography charges to which he's admitted.


"You have to wonder whether he felt he was omnipotent, whether he felt he was getting away with something so cleverly," said U.S. District Judge Janet Neff.

"He has demonstrated that he should never again have access to children."

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