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Alchemist got his start as the teenaged sidekick to Cypress Hill and the Soul Assassins. Though his rap group, The Whooliganz, would be dumped by their label before they could even release their first album, Al did not let the setback stop him.
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Why Germany Is Offering a Summer of Cheap Trains
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A New York man who called himself “the Coyote of Wall Street” admitted he stole cash from clients who thought he’d use it to invest in cryptocurrencies.
Patrick McDonnell, who ran CabbageTech Corp., pleaded guilty to wire fraud on Friday in federal court in Brooklyn.