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        Nelson Oliveira


        Breaking news reporter Nelson Oliveira has worked for the Daily News since March 2019. He was born and raised in Brazil and has covered local and national stories for news outlets in New York and Connecticut since 2013.
        • A wealthy Pennsylvania dad could spend months in prison after admitting to paying $50,000 in bribes to have his daughter accepted into Georgetown University as a fake athletic recruit, federal authorities announced Tuesday. Robert Repella, a former biotech executive from Ambler, is the 55th person charged in the Department of Justice’s still-ongoing college admissions cheating investigation, which has implicated dozens of ultra-rich parents desperate to get their kids into elite colleges across the country.

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