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6, 1920: Elections held, teachers host Halloween party This week in history as reported by The Summit County Journal the week of Nov. 6, 1920. Summit County Democrats take some victories amid Republican landslide Last Tuesday’s election held many surprises for all political prophets, and while the state and nation went in a great Republican landslide, the Democratic Party in Summit County was able to elect a candidate to superintendent of schools, an office held the past four years by Republicans, and coroner, which has been held the last two years by Republican L. C. Owens. For commissioners, Republicans Andrew...

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B2B Commerce Makes Moves With APIs

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B2B Commerce Makes Moves With APIs

B2B commerce was headed in a digital direction – albeit slowly – before anyone ever heard of COVID-19, with 13 percent of U.S. B2B transactions expected to happen online by 2021 pre-pandemic. That’s all going to change now as B2B commerce adapts to the new realities. Platforms and eCommerce are central to the next normal, demonstrating unique new value early in the pandemic as a form of commercial “social distancing” long before that term surfaced. Much of the same can be said of B2B eCommerce in recent months. The performance and uptime of the payments infrastructure during record peak demand...

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Guy In MAGA Hat Allegedly Unloads Bear Spray Into Crowd Of Anti-Trump Protesters

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A man wearing a “Make American Great Again” cap was arrested on Saturday after allegedly spraying bear repellant into a crowd of people protesting against President Donald Trump at the Santa Monica Pier in California. NBC Los Angeles said five people were treated on-site, but no one was seriously injured at the pier, which is a popular tourist attraction featuring shops, restaurants and an amusement park. Bear repellents commonly include hot-pepper aerosol. A police officer identified only as Sergeant D. Hicks told the Los Angeles Times the protesters were on the beach at first, but when they walked up onto the...

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Kensington Palace released pictures of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge meeting with this year’s BBC Radio 1 Teen Heroes.

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Kensington Palace released pictures of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge meeting with this year’s BBC Radio 1 Teen Heroes.

For the fourth year in a row, the Teen Heroes were invited to Kensington Palace, along with Radio 1 presenters Clara Amfo and Greg James, and singer Camila Cabello, to meet Kate and William. The Duke & Duchess spoke with the young people about their inspirational work, which will lead to them being crowned Teen Heroes at the BBC Teen Awards in November. Pin this article for later! For more, follow Good Housekeeping on Pinterest.             View this post on Instagram                     Radio 1’s Teen Heroes of 2019...

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From his post as a teenage SS private in a watchtower in Nazi Germany’s Stutthof concentration camp, Bruno Dey could hear the screams of Jews dying in the gas chamber

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From his post as a teenage SS private in a watchtower in Nazi Germany’s Stutthof concentration camp, Bruno Dey could hear the screams of Jews dying in the gas chamber

And, Dey later told investigators, the carting of their lifeless bodies to the camp’s crematorium was a daily sight. More than seven decades later, Dey went on trial Thursday on 5,230 counts of accessory to murder in Hamburg state court. Pushed into the courtroom in a wheelchair, accompanied by one of his daughters, the 93-year-old wore a wide-brimmed hat and held a red folder in front of his face to shield it from the cameras. After they had gone, he dropped the cover to reveal a full head of neatly combed white hair and a mustache. He answered basic questions...

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