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President Obama orders flags lowered for John Glenn

Glenn was born July 18, 1921, in Cambridge and grew up in nearby New Concord. Glenn expressed an interest in flight and it stayed with him. He and his wife served as trustees at their alma mater, Muskingum College, and he promoted his namesake School of Public Affairs at Ohio State, which houses his private papers and photographs.


AT&T mobile customers begin receiving $88 million in refunds for bill cramming

AT&T mobile customers begin receiving $88 million in refunds for bill cramming

The Federal Trade Commission said 2.7 million current and former AT&T mobile phone service subscribers will receive refunds averaging $31 per person. Of that amount, $6.8 million was refunded to customers and $950,000 was paid as a fine to the U.S. Treasury. Almost 2.5 million AT&T customers can expect to receive a credit on their bill within the next 75 days, and over 300,000 former customers will be given refund checks.


BJP says Rahul Gandhi's speeches cause tremors within Congress and not outside

BJP says Rahul Gandhi's speeches cause tremors within Congress and not outside

The ruling party hit back at the Congress Vice President after he alleged that he was not allowed by the government to speak on demonetisation in Parliament. The country expected him (Rahul Gandhi) and the Congress leadership to be prepared on November 16. When they come prepared, they feel that all the business of the House be suspended forthwith and he should address.


Cousins leads Redskins over Eagles 27-22

Cousins leads Redskins over Eagles 27-22

Jackson made a twisting, over-the-shoulder catch and spun away from Leodis McKelvin before slowing down and jogging into the end zone to give the Redskins a 14-13 lead in the third quarter. Long-snapper Jon Dorenbos played in his 162nd consecutive game with the Eagles , tying the club record set by WR Harold Carmichael from 1972 to 1983.