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UPDATE 1-Small but rare protests in Egypt after online call for dissent

UPDATE 1-Small but rare protests in Egypt after online call for dissentHundreds of protesters gathered in central Cairo and several other Egyptian cities late on Friday shouting anti-government slogans, responding to an online call for a demonstration against government corruption, witnesses and residents said. Protests have become very rare in Egypt following a broad crackdown on dissent under President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, who took power after the overthrow of the former Islamist president Mohamed Mursi in 2013 following mass protests against his rule.



Sheriff: 1 officer dead, 1 injured in Louisiana shooting

Sheriff: 1 officer dead, 1 injured in Louisiana shootingOne police officer was fatally shot and another wounded Friday after a vehicle chase north of New Orleans. At a news conference, Mandeville Police Chief Gerald Sticker confirmed one officer's death and the other's injury from gunfire in his community on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, near U.S. 190 and Louisiana Highway 22. Sticker said the wounded officer, who's being treated at Lakeview Regional Medical Center, is expected to survive.



Chicago mayor tells investors she will tackle city's fiscal woes

Chicago mayor tells investors she will tackle city's fiscal woesChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday tried to reassure investors in the city's debt that she will take on big financial problems, while providing no new clues as to how she plans to accomplish the task. At the city's annual investors conference, Lightfoot, a former federal prosecutor who took office in May, addressed a "jaw dropping" $1 billion deficit in the upcoming budget that her administration had whittled down to $838 million. "My administration is unafraid to make the tough but necessary decisions to get us on the path to fiscal health," the mayor said, pointing to efforts to reign in overtime, freeze hiring and other moves.



NYPD commander who took Son of Sam's confession dies at 99

NYPD commander who took Son of Sam's confession dies at 99John Keenan, the police official who led New York City's manhunt for the Son of Sam killer and eventually took a case-solving confession from David Berkowitz, has died. Keenan was the New York Police Department's chief of detectives during the killings, which terrified the city in 1976 and 1977 as an unknown gunman stalked his victims with a .44-caliber handgun, killing six and wounding seven others.



New president takes reins at scandal-plagued USC

New president takes reins at scandal-plagued USCVeteran academic leader Carol L. Folt was formally installed Friday as the 12th president of the University of Southern California, taking the reins of the institution snared in unfolding scandals involving allegations of sex abuse, drug use and bribery. Folt previously led the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and had leadership roles at Dartmouth College.





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