Friday, October 30, 2020

Man Filmed Licking Products At Walmart Charged With Making Terrorist Threat.

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A man in Missouri has been charged with making a terrorist threat in the second degree after filming what was, at best, a very...

Sacramento-area eviction protections.

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Concerned that a wave of renters could suddenly become homeless after losing their jobs or wages amid the coronavirus pandemic, California cities and counties...

Federal judge blocks Trump rule that could have cut food stamps...

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A federal judge has temporarily blocked a Trump administration federal rule from going into effect next month that could have seen nearly 700,000 people...

Google is delaying the launch of its coronavirus information website to...

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Google has made the call to slightly delay the launch of its informational coronavirus website to “later this week.” The site, which the search...

In ‘defining moment,’ San Francisco to order residents to stay home...

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With the coronavirus pandemic rapidly spreading throughout communities around the nation, city leaders are taking the unprecedented step of placing San Francisco on lockdown...

President Instructs IRS to Extend April 15 Tax Deadline Due to...

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President Donald Trump has instructed the Treasury Department and IRS to extend the April 15, 2020 deadline for filing federal income tax returns for...

Harvey Weinstein Sentenced to 23 Years on Rape, Sex Assault.

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As his accusers looked on, Harvey Weinstein was sentenced Wednesday to 23 years in prison for his conviction on sexual assault and third-degree rape,...

Critics Charge Slow Immigration Processing Nets USCIS Billions In Fees.

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Due to long processing times, since 2014 companies have been forced to pay $2.4 billion in “premium processing” fees to ensure their business immigration...

Apple will pay up to $500 million to settle lawsuit over...

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Apple will pay up to half a billion dollars to settle a class action lawsuit accusing it of slowing down older iPhone models to...

Justice Department creates section dedicated to denaturalization cases.

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The Justice Department announced Wednesday that it's dedicating a section of its workforce to review denaturalization cases -- a move that's likely to worry...