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Hunter Biden and President Biden in Washington earlier this year. Photo: Andrew Harnik/Associated PressWASHINGTON— Hunter Biden paid his father, Joe Biden, three installments totaling a little more than $4,000 in 2018 from a business account that held funds from his Chinese business dealings, according to documents released by the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability. While House Republicans said the money transfers link President Biden, who wasn’t in office at the time, to his son’s business activity in China, Democrats said they merely showed Hunter Biden reimbursing his father for some payments his father was making on a 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor that Hunter Biden was using.
Persons: Hunter Biden, Biden, Andrew Harnik, Associated Press WASHINGTON — Hunter Biden, Joe Biden Organizations: Associated Press WASHINGTON, Republicans, Ford Locations: Washington, China
Indonesia’s Mount Marapi volcano erupted on Sunday killing at least 11 climbers, according to the Associated Press. At least 75 climbers had started their way up the nearly 9,500-foot mountain on Saturday and became stranded. Photo: Ardhy Fernando/APDozens of Indonesian hikers were crowded near the top of Mount Marapi late Sunday morning, snapping selfies and admiring one of the most celebrated views on Sumatra island. A few hours later the volcano erupted, spewing ash and scorching volcanic rocks that killed at least 11 of them and injured many others as they fled down its steep slopes.
Persons: Ardhy Fernando, Mount Marapi Organizations: Associated Press, Mount Locations: Marapi
EnergyRe builds transmission lines to carry wind and solar power to big cities. Photo: Wayne Parry/Associated PressU.S. cities racing to cut their emissions are facing a roadblock: They can’t access the wind and solar power being developed in remote sites hundreds of miles away. Now a group of investors is betting on a startup that builds massive transmission lines to carry renewable electricity to urban areas.
Persons: Wayne Parry Organizations: Associated Press U.S
It is Arizona's turn to sit atop The Associated Press Top 25 men's college basketball poll. Arizona claimed 59 of 63 first-place votes to move up one spot, putting the Wildcats comfortably ahead of preseason No. 1 in the AP Top 25 since an eight-week stint that ended in January 2014 under former coach Sean Miller. In all, 14 teams climbed from last week's poll, including No. ___Get poll alerts and updates on AP Top 25 basketball throughout the season.
Persons: Tommy Lloyd's, Connecticut . Arizona hasn't, Sean Miller, Lloyd, , ” Lloyd, Creighton, Duke, Tyrese Proctor, ___ Organizations: Press, Wildcats, Purdue, Northwestern, Jayhawks, NCAA, Connecticut ., Gonzaga, Colgate, Houston, Boilermakers, UConn, Baylor, North, Colorado State, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Wisconsin, Marquette, Badgers, Clemson, San Diego, Villanova, Mississippi State, CONFERENCE, BYU, ACC, Big, Big East, West Conference, American Athletic, Sun Locations: Northwestern . Arizona, Kansas, Connecticut, Connecticut . Arizona, Northwestern, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Miami, Tennessee, Texas, San Diego State, Mississippi, Alabama, Coast
ORCHARDS, Wash. (AP) — Five people were killed in a shooting at a Washington state home where police said the deceased included the suspected shooter, according to a news report. The Clark County Sheriff's Office said officers found the bodies inside a home in Orchards, Washington, following a call around 1 p.m. Sunday, KGW8-TV reported. The sheriff’s office said a family member received a text message from a person at the home saying they had harmed people there, KGW8 reported. Police used a drone to look inside the home and saw people who appeared to be dead, the station reported. The sheriff's office did not immediately respond to an email from The Associated Press seeking additional information.
Persons: KGW8 Organizations: Sheriff's, Police, Southwest Washington Regional, Associated Press Locations: Washington, Clark, Orchards , Washington, Portland , Oregon
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Banning marijuana growing at home, increasing the substance's tax rate and altering how those taxes get distributed are among vast changes Ohio Senate Republicans proposed Monday to a marijuana legalization measure approved by voters last month. “This is not what voters wanted.”The Senate changes still have a long way to go, however. The Senate's proposal also would increase the approved tax on marijuana products of 10% to 15%. Tax revenue would go toward general state funding, law enforcement training, substance abuse treatment and prevention and safe driving training. Under the new measure, marijuana products would have to be sold in child-safe packaging and could not resemble any animals, fruit or fictional characters such as those from cartoons.
Persons: ” Sen, Michael Rulli, Tom Haren, Ohioans, , Mike DeWine, Ohio Republican Sen, Rob McColley, Scott Milburn, Sen, Bill DeMora, ” DeMora, ___ Samantha Hendrickson Organizations: GOP, Columbiana County Republican, General Government Committee, Alcohol, Senate, Republican, Ohio Republican, Protect Ohio Workers, Columbus Democrat, Associated Press, America Statehouse News Initiative, America Locations: COLUMBUS , Ohio, Ohio, Columbiana County, Michigan
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Kelly Oubre Jr. wanted to set the record straight — yes, a vehicle struck him as he walked near his home and the driver fled. Yes, he suffered a traumatic injury and no — he doesn't care for anyone who questioned his account of what happened on that Philadelphia street last month. “This was and is a very traumatic situation for me and my family,” Oubre told reporters Monday at the 76ers' complex in New Jersey. The car, described as silver in color, fled, Oubre told authorities. Oubre said he's “ready to hoop” and rejoin the 76ers (12-7) as they chase a top spot in the Eastern Conference.
Persons: — Kelly Oubre Jr, ” Oubre, Oubre, , he's, Nick Nurse, ___ Organizations: PHILADELPHIA, 76ers, Truman, Philadelphia’s, Washington, Sixers, Eastern Conference, Wizards Locations: Philadelphia, New Jersey, Philadelphia’s Center City
MIAMI (AP) — A former American diplomat who served as U.S. ambassador to Bolivia has been charged with serving as a covert agent for Cuba's intelligence services dating back decades, the Justice Department said Monday. Newly unsealed court papers allege that Manuel Rocha engaged in “clandestine activity” on Cuba's behalf since at least 1981, including by meeting with Cuban intelligence operatives and providing false information to U.S. government officials. The complaint, filed in federal court in Miami, charges Rocha with acting as an illegal agent of a foreign government. The 73-year-old had a 25-year career as a U.S. diplomat, including top posts in Bolivia, Argentina and the U.S. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Persons: , Manuel Rocha, Rocha Organizations: MIAMI, Justice Department, Cuban, Associated Press Locations: American, Bolivia, Miami, U.S, Argentina, Havana
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A man who had tried to steal merchandise from a department store in Philadelphia returned 15 minutes later and stabbed two security guards, killing one and injuring the other, city police said. The attack at the Macy’s store occurred shortly after 11 a.m. Monday. Security guards saw the man attempting to steal some hats and took back the merchandise, police said. The other guard was being treated for his injuries, police said, but further details about his condition were not disclosed. The names of the suspect and the two guards have not been released.
Organizations: PHILADELPHIA, Security, Southeastern, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Locations: Philadelphia, Southeastern Pennsylvania
Congress already has allocated $111 billion to assist Ukraine, including $67 billion in military procurement funding, $27 billion for economic and civil assistance and $10 billion for humanitarian aid. Young wrote that all of it, other than about 3% of the military funding, had been depleted by mid-November. The Biden administration has said it has slowed the pace of some military assistance to Kyiv in recent weeks to try to stretch supplies until Congress approves more funding. “We are out of money to support Ukraine in this fight,” Young wrote. “They were clear that Ukraine needs the aid soon — and so does our military need the aid soon,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told The Associated Press in an interview.
Persons: , Biden, Shalanda Young, , Young, ” Young, Joe Biden’s, Chuck Schumer, Lisa Mascaro Organizations: WASHINGTON, Monday, Management, GOP, White, Capitol, Republican, U.S, Associated Press, AP Locations: Ukraine, U.S, Israel, Mexico, Gaza
Israel is the top recipient of U.S. military aid over time. Trying to attach strings to U.S. aid to Israel isn't unheard of, for Congress or for U.S. presidents. But when Biden told reporters on Nov. 24 he thought conditioning military aid to Israel was a “worthwhile thought,” it helped the proposal gain traction among administration-friendly Democratic senators. They say existing U.S. law already mandates that countries receiving U.S. military aid heed human rights concerns. No matter what, "we’re going to do a robust aid package for Israel," said Sen. Tim Kaine, a Virginia Democrat.
Persons: Israel, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden’s, Benjamin Netanyahu’s, ” Sanders, Sanders, , that’s, , that's, , Gaza , Maryland Democratic Sen, Chris Van Hollen, Van Hollen, Biden, Antony Blinken, Ronald Reagan, Jake Sullivan, Tim Kaine, it’s, Gazans, Stephen Groves Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic, Lawmakers, White, Russia, U.S, Gaza , Maryland Democratic, Associated Press, Democrats, Hamas, haven't, Virginia Democrat Locations: Israel, Gaza, Vermont, United States, Ukraine, Gaza , Maryland, Virginia
LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) — A member of a rescue team raised hope Monday that there may be survivors at a Zambian mine where more than 30 informal miners have been trapped under debris for days and presumed dead after heavy rain caused landslides. Zambian government officials said more than 30 miners were trapped under the landslides but couldn't give an exact number. Police have said that all the miners are suspected to have died and named seven of them as confirmed fatalities. But no bodies have been retrieved and the Zambian government said it was premature to say how many had died. Informal mining is common, where artisanal miners dig in search of minerals, often without proper safety procedures.
Persons: Wiva Chanda, Raphael Chumupi, Mutale Nalumango, ” Nalumango, ___ Mukwazhi, ___ Organizations: Associated Press, Police Locations: LUSAKA, Zambia, Zambian, Chingola, ” Chingola, Lusaka, Harare, Zimbabwe
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Gold Glove outfielder Mookie Betts is set to become the regular second baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2024, manager Dave Roberts told MLB Network on Monday. A strong-armed outfielder, Betts played 107 games in right field for the reigning NL West champions this past season and 70 games at second. Roberts confirmed his plan in a text message to the AP on Monday. 50, Mookie Betts, is going to be our everyday second baseman,” Roberts told MLB Network. Roberts' scheduled media availability at the winter meetings isn't until Tuesday afternoon in Nashville, which happens to be Betts' hometown.
Persons: Mookie Betts, Dave Roberts, Betts, Roberts, , ” Roberts, Glover, Jason Heyward, , ___ Organizations: Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB Network, NL West, Dodgers, Gloves Locations: Tenn, Nashville
If China and India were excluded from the count, world carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels and cement manufacturing would have dropped, Friedlingstein said. The world in 2023 increased its annual emissions by 398 million metric tons, but it was in three places: China, India and the skies. China’s fossil fuel emissions went up 458 million metric tons from last year, India’s went up 233 million metric tons and aviation emissions increased 145 million metric tons. Outside of India and China, the rest of the world’s fossil fuel emissions went down by 419 million metric tons, led by Europe’s 205 million metric ton drop and a decrease of 154 million metric tons in the United States. Last year the world's carbon emissions increased but dropped in China, which was still affected by a second wave of pandemic restrictions.
Persons: Pierre Friedlingstein, Jim Skea, ” Friedlingstein, Friedlingstein, India’s, Inger Andersen, ___ Read, Seth Borenstein Organizations: United Arab Emirates, Carbon Project, University of Exeter, United Nations Environment, AP Locations: DUBAI, United Arab, China, India, Paris, COP28, United States, U.S
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Prosecutors charged a man Monday with four counts of murder in the fatal shootings of three homeless men in Los Angeles and a suburban resident last month. The Los Angeles resident was then identified as a suspect in the killings of the three homeless men when a firearm found in his car was linked to those shootings, authorities said. The motive for the killings of the homeless victims was not known, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said during a weekend press conference announcing the arrest. Political Cartoons View All 1277 ImagesJose Bolanos, 37, was found dead with a gunshot wound around 3 a.m. on Nov. 26 in an alley in South Los Angeles, police said. In Orange County, California, a man was charged with killing four homeless men in a series of stabbings from late 2011 to early 2012.
Persons: Jerrid Joseph Powell, Powell, Michel Moore, Jose Bolanos, Mark Diggs, Nicholas Simbolon, , George Gascón, , Itzcoatl Ocampo, Ocampo, cleanser Organizations: ANGELES, — Prosecutors, Los Angeles County, Attorney's, Los, Los Angeles Police, Police, Authorities Locations: Los Angeles, San Dimas, South Los Angeles, Lincoln, Beverly Hills, , Angeles County, Las Vegas, Orange County , California
PARIS (AP) — The French parliament is considering a ban on single-use, disposable electronic cigarettes that are popular with teenagers for their sweet flavors and are under scrutiny as a new source of trash. Disposable e-cigarettes are small, battery-powered devices that deliver vaporized nicotine with various flavorings. While they do not contain tobacco, many include nicotine, a dangerous chemical known for its addictive properties. The surge in disposable e-cigarettes in the U.S. market, primarily from China, following the Food and Drug Administration’s 2020 ban on flavored reusable e-cigarettes like Juul, exemplifies the broader challenge. The flavor restrictions didn’t apply to disposable products, which proliferated in the wake of the regulation.
Persons: Elisabeth Borne, Aurelien Rousseau, Marion Catellin, Alex Turnbull Organizations: PARIS, Health, National Assembly, Alliance Against Tobacco, Associated Press, Food Locations: Ireland, Germany, Zealand, Australia, U.S, China, Paris
ATLANTA (AP) — Fourteen U.S. cities will play host to Copa América next summer, with the semifinals at East Rutherford, New Jersey, and Charlotte, North Carolina, ahead of the July 14 championship in Miami Gardens, Florida. The semifinals will be in New Jersey's MetLife Stadium on July 9 and Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium the next day. This will be only the second time Copa América has been held outside of South America since the inaugural tournament in 1916. Except for the Centenario tournament, Copa América hosting duties usually have rotated among the 10 COMNEBOL nations in South America. They are: MetLife Stadium, Hard Rock Stadium, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Levi's Stadium, SoFi Stadium, AT&T Stadium, NRG Stadium and Arrowhead Stadium.
Persons: América, Victor Montagliani, , , Alejandro Dominguez, Lionel Messi, Montagliani Organizations: ATLANTA, Copa América, East, Central America, NRG, T, Farm, MetLife, Charlotte's Bank of America, ” CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, CONCACAF, Mercedes, Benz, SoFi, Levi's, Exploria, North America, América Centenario, Nations League, Costa Rica, Children's, Arrowhead, Levi’s, Copa América Centenario, Chile, Centenario Locations: East Rutherford , New Jersey, Charlotte, North Carolina, Miami Gardens , Florida, South America, North, Caribbean, Houston, Arlington , Texas, Glendale , Arizona, Las Vegas, New, Miami, Atlanta, Inglewood , California, Santa Clara , California, Orlando , Florida, Austin , Texas, Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas, United States, Mexico, Jamaica, Panama, Costa, Honduras, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, NRG, Orlando, Los Angeles, Argentina, New York City, Ecuador, U.S
The path to financing the world's transition to green energy remains unclear. Financing the green energy transition is a trillion-dollar question. AdvertisementThe Deloitte Financing the Green Energy Transition report outlines some core financial levers, starting with a fundamental financial principle: the riskier the project, the higher the cost of capital. The report estimates that getting this right could ultimately reduce financing costs by around $50 trillion by 2050. So, what are the associated risks, and what steps can we take to mitigate them and, consequently, reduce financing costs?
Persons: Jennifer Steinmann, Pradeep Philip Organizations: Service, Deloitte Global Sustainability, Economics Locations: Dubai
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — No law enforcement officers will face criminal charges in the death of a man who fled a traffic stop in the Minneapolis suburb of Robbinsdale. The death was ruled an accidental drowning, prosecutors said Monday. Black Lives Matter of Minnesota released a statement in February saying Azad's family believed he was bitten by police dogs and beaten by officers. Moriarty said the BCA's investigation established that Azad's death was a “tragic accidental drowning." "The BCA uncovered no evidence that any member of law enforcement had any physical contact with Khalil after the initial traffic stop,” Moriarty said.
Persons: Mary Moriarty, Khalil Azad, Azad's, Moriarty, Khalil, ” Moriarty, Organizations: , Minnesota, Robbinsdale Police Department, BCA, State Patrol Locations: MINNEAPOLIS, Minneapolis, Robbinsdale, Hennepin County, Crystal Lake, Minnesota
The war has already killed thousands of Palestinians and displaced over three-fourths of the territory's population of 2.3 million people, who are running out of safe places to go. Airstrikes and the ground offensive have transformed much of the north, including large areas in Gaza City, into a rubble-filled wasteland. Political Cartoons View All 1277 ImagesAs Israel calls for more areas to be evacuated, it’s not clear where people can go. Israel says it targets Hamas operatives, not civilians, and blames civilian casualties on the militants, accusing them of operating in residential neighborhoods. The U.S. has pledged unwavering support to Israel since the Oct. 7 attack, which killed over 1,200 people, mostly civilians, including rushing munitions and other aid to Israel.
Persons: , Khan Younis, Israel, Daniel Hagari, Mirjana Spoljaric, , Ashraf al, Qidra, Balah, Omar al, Kamala Harris, Biden, ___ Magdy Organizations: CENTRAL GAZA Residents, Jazeera, International Committee, Palestinian, Ministry, Hamas, Health, Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, Press, West Bank, White, Palestinian Authority Locations: DEIR, Gaza, Khan, Israel, United States, Gaza City, Egypt, Deir, Al, Israeli, Aqsa, Deir al, U.S, Palestinian, Cairo, ___, israel
That sort of approach resonated in conservative strongholds like Alabama long before Trump. Alabama Democrats, especially, cite deep historical roots involving racism, class and urban-rural divides when explaining Wallace, Trump and the decades between them. Moderate to progressive “national Democrats” were concentrated in north Alabama, Baxley explained, while reactionary “states-rights Dixiecrats” cohered in south Alabama. Wallace won four Deep South states as an independent in 1968. Wallace won his fourth term as governor in 1982 after disavowing segregation and winning over enough Black voters.
Persons: George Wallace, Wallace, Donald Trump, Trump, “ Alabamians, , Terry Lathan, ” Trump, Barack Obama, Brent Buchanan, Wayne Flynt, , Lathan, Ron DeSantis, Reagan, Trump's, ” Wallace, Lyndon Johnson, Bill Baxley, Baxley, Lincoln ”, ” Baxley, Franklin Roosevelt’s, “ Wallace, Johnson, Barry Goldwater, Flynt, Alabama “, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Wallace’s, Jimmy Carter, Carter, Alabama's, Democratic pollster Zac McCrary, Hillary Clinton’s, Joe Biden’s, ” McCrary, Sen, Richard Shelby's, Shelby, Newt Gingrich, Dan Carter, Jeff Sessions, Trump’s, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Tommy Tuberville, Katie Britt, dealmaker, Britt, Buchanan, Republican pollster, Donald Trump’s, Kim Chandler Organizations: ATLANTA, — Republican, University of Alabama, Civil Rights Movement, Republicans, Party of Lincoln, Party of Trump, Trump, America, GOP, Alabama Republicans, Democratic, Alabama Democrats, “ Party, Democrats ”, Politics, National Democrats, Franklin Roosevelt’s New, Civil, Act, Republican, Reconstruction, Klux Klan, Birmingham's, Baptist Church, Washington, Democrat, , Democrats, U.S, Senate, Sessions, Alabama, Alabama Legislature, Southern Democrats, Capitol, Shelby, Associated Press Locations: Tuscaloosa, Washington, Alabama, lockstep, Florida, Southern, U.S, Texas, New York, Trump, Jan, Montgomery , Alabama
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ten of the top albums of the year, as chosen by Associated Press Music Writer Maria Sherman. Instead of embracing the antiquated practice of ranking very different albums against one another, we're celebrating the best next to the best. Leading the charge is Peso Pluma, whose third studio album, “Génesis,” became the highest-charting regional Mexican album of all time. “Hackney Diamonds,” The Rolling StonesPrior to “Hackney Diamonds,” the Rolling Stones hadn’t released an album of original material in 18 years. AP's Jocelyn Noveck put it best: This album is their best new work in decades — tight, focused, full of heart and swagger.
Persons: Maria Sherman, “ Barbie, , Carín León, , Pluma, Olivia Rodrigo, Rodrigo, , Joan Didion, ” Rodrigo, “ Lucky, Megan Moroney Let’s, Morgan Wallen’s “, Luke Combs, Tracy Chapman’s, Megan Moroney, Taylor Swift, Charlie Watts, Andrew Watt, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, AP's Jocelyn Noveck, Raven, Kelela, Shaadi Devereaux, ” Karol G, reggaetón, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Rauw Alejandro, Karol G's, there's, Ojos, Shakira, It’s, Carlos Niño, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar’s, Arlo, Arlo Parks Organizations: ANGELES, Associated Press, banda, Tennessee, “ Hackney, Ojos Ferrari, Sun, Chicago, NFL, Carolinas, Locations: Mexican, Mexico, Kelela, Será, Puerto Rican, Panamanian, , New York, Colombian, “ Carolina, California, Sunbeams,
Chinstrap penguins take catnaps instead sleeping for a long period of time, researchers found. Chinstrap penguins in Antarctica need to guard their eggs and chicks around-the-clock in crowded, noisy colonies. Chinstrap penguins, named for the thin line of black facial feathers resembling a chinstrap, usually lay their eggs in pebble nests in November. For the first time, the scientists tracked the sleeping behavior of chinstrap penguins in an Antarctic breeding colony by attaching sensors that measure brain waves. "For these penguins, microsleeps have some restorative functions — if not, they could not endure," he said.
Persons: , Niels Rattenborg, Max Planck, Chinstrap, King, King George Island, Won Young Lee, Paul, Antoine Libourel, Daniel Paranhos Zitterbart Organizations: Service, WASHINGTON, Max, Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence, Korean Polar Research, Neuroscience Research, of Lyon, Penguins, Oceanographic, Associated Press Health, Science Department, Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Science, Educational Media Group, AP Locations: Germany, King George, Antarctica, France, Massachusetts
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Wildlife officials have captured hundreds of invasive carp from the Mississippi River near Trempealeau, Wisconsin. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Friday that officials caught 296 silver carp, 23 grass carp and four bighead carp Nov. 30 in what the agency called the largest single capture of invasive carp in Minnesota to date. Agency officials said the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources tracked six tagged invasive carp in that area of the river the week that led officials to larger schools moving upstream. There is no hard estimates of invasive carp populations in the U.S., but they are believed to number in the millions. Grace Loppnow, the Minnesota DNR's invasive carp coordinator, said the large number captured Nov. 30 is concerning but it's likely they moved upstream and didn't hatch in Minnesota waters.
Persons: Grace Loppnow Organizations: PAUL, , The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Locations: Mississippi, Trempealeau , Wisconsin, Minnesota, U.S
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey elementary school had an unexpected visitor over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend: A deer jumped through a small window and knocked over items in a classroom before fleeing the building. A man walking his dog around 10 p.m. on Nov. 25 saw the young deer smash through a window at Cedar Grove Elementary School in Toms River, which is about 60 miles east (96.5 kilometers) of Philadelphia. The man notified police, and their subsequent search of the school was recorded by the officers' bodycams. When officers encountered the deer in a stairwell, the animal — who police have nicknamed “Rudolph” — initially charged at them as it ran down a hallway. School staffers boarded up the window and cleaned up after the deer’s escape.
Persons: “ Rudolph ” — Organizations: Cedar Grove Elementary School, Authorities Locations: TOMS, N.J, Jersey, Cedar, Toms, Philadelphia
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