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Yahoo! ArtsDec 05, 2019
19 unforgettable images from the Pearl Harbor attack 78 years ago
December 7, 1941 began as a perfect Sunday morning. These photos show the attack by Imperial Japan that changed history.


Yahoo! ArtsDec 05, 2019
Black South Bend Councilman-Elect Blasts Buttigieg's Mayoral Record: ‘We Need Someone That's Accountable'
South Bend, Ind., city councilman-elect Henry Davis Jr. said on Thursday that it "is not an excuse at this point" for mayor Pete Buttigieg to claim he was "slow to realize" desegregation in city schools had not been successful during an interview Thursday, in the latest African-American criticism leveled at the Democratic presidential candidate.On Sunday, Buttigieg said during a campaign stop in North Carolina that "I worked for years under the illusion that our schools in my city were integrated." Buttigieg: "I have to confess that I was slow to realize -- I worked for years under the illusion that our schools in my city were integrated… But what I slowly realized… if you looked at the county, almost all of the diversity of our youths was in a single school district." pic.twitter.com/ijGcT7uFJZ -- The Hill (@thehill) December 1, 2019Davis, who ran against Buttigieg for mayor in 2015, said in an interview with Hill.TV  that Buttigieg's remark sounded contrived."It sounded like that he wasn't from here," Davis said of Buttigieg, who was born and raised in South Bend. "It sounds like that he never served as mayor or in elected office in South Bend. It sounded like someone that was just reading something from a book. Look, he's not ready for the White House. . . . It's almost crazy, to say the least. I think that he has maintained an idea that he's not accountable for not knowing something, and I think that is really p

Yahoo! ArtsDec 05, 2019
Big storm may dramatically alter wintry landscapes in Northeast next week
As the holidays approach and many may find themselves dreaming of a white Christmas, Mother Nature has a different idea up her sleeves. The weather pattern will soon be reversed in the northeastern United States, allowing wintry landscapes to transform into a sloppy, muddy mess instead.Forecasters are closely watching a storm system that is expected to take shape and track toward the Great Lakes early next week -- and it will be the player that will help to flip the weather conditions in the East. As wintry weather and yet another snowstorm are predicted for portions of the Midwest, surging warm and moist air will race out ahead of the system.Temperatures are expected to rebound to the 30s over the northern tier to near 50 F in parts of Virginia as a southerly breeze develops on Sunday.On Monday, temperatures are forecast to surge into the 40s across the northern tier and the 50s and 60s across part of the mid-Atlantic region.The warm air combined with rain will dissolve the deep snow over part of the Northeast, potentially leading to flooding issues for some communities. Recent storms have buried parts of New York state and central and northern New England under as much as 1-3 feet of snow in the last couple of weeks. A car makes its way through a snowy landscape in Highland Falls, N.J., Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019. The last of the snow is falling over parts of New Jersey after leaving behind power outages in the northwest part of the state. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) That snowcover contains a
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