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The Paris Agreement Pt. 2: America Leaving, Trump Tweeting

This post is a continuation of the article I posted last week on the Paris Agreement, but will focus on the reasoning behind the United States wanting to leave and reactions to the announcement. 359 more words

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Pittsburgh Public Safety Program Has Multicultural Outreach

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PITTSBURGH (AP) – Pittsburgh’s Public Safety department is working to strengthen relationships with immigrant communities through a new multicultural program. 126 more words

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City Officials Will Bid To Bring Second Amazon Headquarters To Pittsburgh

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Amazon announced Thursday it’s building a second headquarters, and Pittsburgh already appears to be on the short list in what’s certain to be a tough competition among several major cities. 398 more words

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Pittsburghers Stand Against Racism, Hate At Downtown Gathering

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A “Stand Against Racism and Hate,” a peaceful gathering that included people from all walks of life, was held in downtown Pittsburgh Friday. 260 more words

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City Takes Steps To Make Community's Urban Farming Dream Come True

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ST. CLAIR (KDKA) — The St. Clair Village apartments were torn down in 2010, but instead of leaving a vacant lot, people in the area started dreaming. 267 more words

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Peduto: City Will Be Prepared For March On Google

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The City of Pittsburgh is preparing for a possible protest on Saturday. Pittsburgh is one of nine cities across the country where March On Google protests are planned. 505 more words

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Demonstrators, Politicians React To Va. White Nationalist Rally

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Demonstrators across the country took to the streets in response to the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville on Saturday, as Pennsylvania politicians took to Twitter to voice their opinions. 265 more words

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