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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump,

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump,  on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. 
The current furor stems from a call Mr. Trump made to the president of Ukraine in July, in which he admitted discussing Joe Biden in the context of fighting "corruption" in the country. Mr. Trump and his allies, in particular personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, have accused Biden of pushing for the ouster of a Ukrainian prosecutor while he was vice president in order to benefit his son. The prosecutor was widely seen as corrupt, and no evidence of wrongdoing by Biden has emerged.
In August, an anonymous member of the intelligence community filed a whistleblower complaint with the intelligence community inspector general, who determined it constituted an "urgent concern" requiring congressional notification under federal law. However, after consulting with the Justice Department and White House, the acting director of na…

13 children of fallen 9/11 firefighters are graduating FDNY Academy

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13 children of fallen 9/11 firefighters are graduating FDNY Academy

The 13 children of FDNY firefighters killed on 9/11 are set to graduate from the Fire Academy Tuesday, appearing in their handsome dress blues for the first time in a Post photo exclusive.
The probationary smoke eaters — a dozen men and one woman — are among 301 who will proudly graduate as FDNY’s Class of 2019 in what will surely be an emotional ceremony in Brooklyn. This class includes siblings — two sons of one fallen firefighter, and the son and daughter of another hero.
It also has the most “legacy” members since 9/11, including the son of an NYPD officer killed in the terror attacks and the sons of two firefighters who died due to illness linked to rescue work at Ground Zero. Fire Academy graduates (top row left to right) Mathhew Jovic, Anthony Ragaglia, Leonard Ragaglia Jr., Gregory Kumpel, Peter J. Carroll, John C. Fischer, Scott B. Larsen, (bottom row left to right) Rebecca L. Asaro, Marc A. Asaro, Brendan R.…

Best Car Window Breakers: Rescue Others and Save Your Own Life

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Best Car Window Breakers: Rescue Others and Save Your Own Life
Benefits of a Car Window Breaker
Prepare for emergencies. Anything can happen when you're traveling, and you may get into an accident. Sometimes cars automatically lock the doors, which can trap you inside. A car window breaker will enable you to break the side window and crawl out of the car. Prepare for severe weather. A car window breaker can come in handy if you live in a region that experiences severe weather changes, such as storms, floods, or heavy snow. You will have peace of mind knowing that you can break out of your car if the weather takes a turn for the worst. 
Save lives: Side window and windshield breaker tools are an essential item in a safety tool kit, especially for first responders such as firefighters, paramedics, police officers, rescuers, and emergency medical technicians. It helps to remove car crash victims trapped in their cars and is faster than kicking out the window. Top BrandsResqme Resqme (rescu…
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This Is How to Fix Your Car's Dents and Dings Inexpensively

No matter how zealously you care for your car or truck, any time it's out in public there's a risk it's going to suffer a dent or ding. A distracted driver poking at his or her phone bumps it from behind at a light. An inattentive parker brushes against it in the grocery-store lot. A kid bumps it with a shopping cart. Someone opens their car door into yours in a tight parking spot. Or maybe you—nah, we won't go there. Suffice it to say that these battle scars are a frustrating fact of auto-ownership life.
What can you do to remedy such problems? There are numerous paintless dent removal services—some of them independent businesses and others offered through car dealers—that can fix many of these surface blemishes. But they're not cheap. According to Angie's List, the price range for a pro to extract a one-inch dent from your vehicle is in the $50-to-$100 range. (One of our staffers who used a dent-re…