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“They rolled in with tanks and came and opened the gates. And they were telling us: ‘The war is over. You are free. You survived.’ … A lot of the soldiers that looked at us, they cried.”

Holocaust survivor Sophie Tajch Klisman who met US Army veteran, Doug Harvey for the first time Monday. Their paths crossed in 1945, when Harvey was a member of the 84th infantry that freed the concentration camp where Klisman was imprisoned. Klisman and her sister later immigrated to the Detroit-area.
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“This is uncharted territory.”

Michael Wara, Climate and Energy Policy Program at Stanford University, reacting to news PG&E, California's largest utility company, may shut off power to certain areas during high-wind days with the hopes of preventing wildfires. California recently suffered its deadliest wildfire in history, believed ignited from a downed power line. Officials voice public safety concerns about the outages potentially lasting for days.
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“Yes, your honor.”

Actress Felicity Huffman responding to the District Court judge when asked if she understood the terms of her plea deal. Huffman pleaded guilty for paying to improve her daughter's SAT scores in the largest college cheating scandal in U.S. history. Prosecutors recommended a 4-month sentence, in what could be a maximum 20-year penalty for a charge of a conspiracy to commit mail fraud; Huffman will be sentenced in September.
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“The patient has a pulse.”

Cadillac President Steve Carlisle speaking about two new models in the vehicle lineup in the hopes of gaining market share after declining for the last 5 years. The Cadillac once epitomized American luxury but now has trouble competing based on low quality ratings (Consumer Reports). A Cadillac dealer voiced concerns to the Wall Street Journal, saying the new models are "not smoking-hot products."
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