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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - David Zvenyach
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The number of obese Americans is steadily climbing, with obesity rates rising in 28 states in the past year.
Of particular interest, David Zvenyach, the council's general counsel, told The Post that Cherita Whiting is cooperating and is scheduled to appear June 6.
"The gap between blacks and whites is the highest in the country," Mr. Zvenyach said of his city. "If we continue at the same rate, this generation [of youths] would have a shorter life span than the previous generation."