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  • Democrats want Atlantic City mayor, councilman out of office without pay

    The city's Democratic Party is looking to remove the mayor who has been in office since January In a move that is rarely seen in politics, a political party is denouncing one of its members currently serving in office. Inside the Local 54 building on Atlantic Avenue, members of the Atlantic City Democratic Committee voted 27-3 on a resolution asking Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam and City Councilman-at-large Jeffree Fauntleroy II to leave their positions without...

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  • 'Aquaman' is already breaking box-office records in China, 2 weeks before the movie opens in the US

    "Aquaman" is making huge bank in China already. Early estimates have the Warner Bros. title earning $24.6 million on Friday. That's the biggest opening day ever in China for a December release. If China is any indication, "Aquaman" is going to be a huge hit for Warner Bros. The latest DC Comic adaptation for the studio is currently playing in China, the rare title to get a release in the Middle Kingdom before playing in the US, and it's taking advantage of the opportunity.  According to the...

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  • ‘No Labels’ spent $2.5 million against House Democratic majority, now wants veto on their leadership

    A group of “centrist” donors spent millions to protect some of the most vulnerable House Republicans in the 2018 election, but now is pushing to dictate the terms of who House Democrats pick to lead their new majority. The No Labels super PAC, an outside group funded heavily by rich Chicago mega-donors, spent more than […]

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  • Kitayama opens 2-shot lead at Mauritius Open

    BEAU CHAMP, Mauritius (AP) - Kurt Kitayama opened a two-shot lead halfway through the Mauritius Open with a second successive 65 on Friday. Kitayama moved to 14-under-par overall and ahead of co-overnight leader Chikkarangappa S (68), who was alone in second. Victor Perez (69), who shared the lead with Chikkarangappa ...

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