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Thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong stayed on the streets for a fourth day today in a show of protest. The protest was sparked by anger over China’s refusal to allow the open selection of candidates for Hong Kong’s leader —in the city’s first democratic election scheduled for 2017.
FCC votes tomorrow on NFL blackout rules For much of the past four decades, when an NFL game failed to sell out at least 72 hours in advance of kickoff, the local broadcast could be ‘blacked out,’ preventing fans from viewing their local team on TV.
A Bellevue company has a way of getting rid of e-waste over the next three years by recycling it through its expanding network of eco-ATMs. pays anywhere from a few dollars to $300 for items that in good shape.