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Pope Francis's first ever trip to Africa began on Wednesday when his plane touched down in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. To highlight the need for access to "dignified living conditions" Francis visted the slum of Kangemi on Friday, one of 11 slums in Nairobi, where nearly 50,000 live without basic sanitation, the Associated Press reports.
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In a speech at the United Nation's African headquarters, he highlighted how rapidly growing cities like Nairobi must factor in the needs and views of its most vulnerable and marginalized people.
U. S. auto sales could be heading for a record November, thanks to wall-to-wall Black Friday and year-end promotions that started running early this month, and which included more mass-market brands in addition to what has become a year-end rush in luxury-car sales. Lexus, for instance, is going to need a new 
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I suspect we’re all getting a little bit too conditioned to data breaches lately. They’re in the mainstream news on what seems like a daily basis to the point where this is the new normal.
Rupert Murdoch is a multi-billionaire media mogul whose influence is known to swing elections. But it seems like what he really wants to be is a regular old media reporter.
Murdoch on Friday tweeted out, for unknown reasons, that he had heard the embattled Tribune Publishing Company could be bought by a "big Wall St firm" and that the Los Angeles Times, one of the numerous papers owned by Tribune, could be bought by a philanthropist.
Strong word Tribune newspaper group to be bought by big Wall St firm, LA Times to go to philanthropist Eli Broad and local group.
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Even on Black Friday, this 55” curved 4K Samsung TV is going for $2,000 at just about every major retailer. If you buy it from Adorama’s eBay storefront though, you’ll get it for $1600, plus a free Blu-ray player for good measure. [Samsung UN55JS9000 55” 4K SUHD 3D Curved LED TV + Samsung Blu-ray Player, $1600]Read more