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Men arrested at Philadelphia Starbucks settle with city for $2 and a youth entrepreneurship program

The two black men who were arrested last month for sitting inside a Philadelphia Starbucks without ordering have reached settlements with both the city and the coffee company, The Associated Press rep...

2 Black Men Arrested in Philly Starbucks Settle With City for $1 and a $200K Youth Program

Thanks to Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, the city will set up a $200,000 pledge to help young entrepreneurs.

Indian officials lament inaction of cities with world's worst air

By Neha Dasgupta and Krishna N. Das NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Only a handful of India's 100 most polluted cities have drawn up plans to combat air pollution despite being asked to do so three years ago,...

Here's How to Get the Best out of Manchester City on FIFA 18

Manchester City are champions of the Premier League. Here’s how to get the best out of the champions on FIFA 18...

'Hi, it's Amazon calling. Here's what we don't like in your city.' Inc. has made about 200 phone calls to cities the retail giant rejected for its second headquarters. Some of the cities say they are learning from the disappointing phone conversations and...

Manchester City Transfer News: Leon Bailey on Radar in Latest Rumours

Manchester City have reportedly taken an interest in Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey with a view to a possible summer move...

Anti-Semitic conspiracy theories roil DC city government

WASHINGTON-- A spiraling controversy over anti-Semitic comments and conspiracy theories has roiled the Washington city government, seemingly getting worse with every public attempt to ease the tension...

Florida's 'Starry Night' homeowners battle city over First Amendment rights

In a picture-perfect city known for its artsy charm just outside Orlando, Fla., a house adorned with blue and yellow swirls is stuck in the middle of a heated dispute between city hall and homeowners.

Mexican Billionaire Maria Asunción Aramburuzabala To Develop Mexico City's Tallest Skyscraper

A real estate firm owned by Mexican billionaire María Asunción Aramburuzabala announced plans to build a 57-story skyscraper, set to become Mexico City's tallest building.

New Pension Intercept Law Puts Distressed Illinois Cities In The Crosshairs For Added Oversight

The State of Illinois’ attitude toward its struggling cities may be tested in the near future, partly due to a powerful new law that gives pension funds the ability to intercept local revenue.

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