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RAG RADIO: Glenn Smith and Thorne Dreyer Survey the Political Scene - Veterans Today

Rag Radio political analyst Glenn Smith joins host Thorne Dreyer in trying to make some sense out of the cascading events on the U.S. political scene. (Listen to Glenn’s many other visits to Rag Radio here.) Smith and Dreyer discuss the Democratic grassroots momentum following the November 7, 2017, sweep in Virginia and throughout the […]
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Today's News / Fish heads for life for crash hero
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Fish heads for life for crash hero

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        A man has been given free fish heads for life after rescuing four people      
   
 
And other stories from the stranger side of life
 
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        Friday, November 24, 2017 - 6:53am    
             
         A man has been given free fish heads for life by a restaurant chain in Hangzhou, China, after he saved the lives of four people. Liu Xinting was returning from a lunch of fish heads when a car plunged into Thousand Island Lake. He swam to the car and rescued them shortly before the vehicle sank.
Cat named after rapper survives being shot
A cat named Biggie - after rap star Notorious B.I.G. who was shot dead in 1997 - has survived being shot several times. Biggie’s owner says her cat is a “miracle” for surviving being shot in the head, cheek, neck, jaw and back with a pellet gun. Police are investigating the incident.
Man struck by car after safety warning
A Canadian man has been struck by a car just moments after receiving a safety reflector and a lesson in how to avoid accidents as a pedestrian from police. He was treated at the scene for minor injuries by the officer who had been instructing him.
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Today's News / ‘Explosion’ heard near missing submarine
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‘Explosion’ heard near missing submarine

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         The search continues for a missing Argentinian submarine with 44 crew on board  
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        The search continues for missing Argentinian submarine with 44 crew on board      
   
 
US Navy confirms ‘abnormal sound’ on the day ARA San Juan disappeared with 44 people on board
 
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        Friday, November 24, 2017 - 6:48am    
             
         A nuclear monitoring group has said it detected an “abnormal, singular, short, violent, non-nuclear event” in the South Atlantic on the day Argentinian navy submarine, the ARA San Juan, went missing.
The sound was picked up by the Vienna-based Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization. US Navy officials have confirmed that they too recorded an event consistent with an explosion.
“The navy did not have enough information to say what the cause of the explosion could have been or whether the vessel – the ARA San Juan – might have been attacked,” says The Guardian.
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“Relatives accused the navy of lying to them and of raising false hopes,” says the BBC. “Others pointed the finger at the government, saying lack of investment and corruption in the armed forces had made the submarine unsafe.”
The search for the missing submarine will continue, with efforts now focussing on the area where the explosion was detected.  
           
         
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Today's News / Chinese authorities look into kindergarten abuse claims
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Chinese authorities look into kindergarten abuse claims

Chinese authorities are investigating allegations that children attending a kindergarten in Beijing run by a U.S.-listed company have been abused and molested.

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Today's News / Papua New Guinea officials remove last refugees from camp
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Papua New Guinea officials remove last refugees from camp

The last asylum seekers have abandoned a closed immigration camp on Papua New Guinea, ending a three-week standoff between police and hundreds of men who had been prepared to suffer squalid conditions rather than move to alternative residences.

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