Atlanta City Councilor Antonio Brown indicted by federal grand jury

In a press release, US Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak issued the following statement on Wednesday, July 29, 2020: Atlanta City Councilor Antonio Brown has been charged with multiple fraud charges relating to Brown’s attempts to defraud multiple financial institutions by taking loans and making credit card purchases – then …

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Allison Zuckerman’s new exhibit pays tribute to strong women

Allison Zuckerman, “Ringleader After Hous”, 2021. kravets wehby gallery New York artist Allison Zuckerman is a master of collage and fantasy. In her paintings, she creates otherworldly scenarios with a technicolor brush, including patterns, from tulips to butterflies and cheetahs. His last exhibition Gone mad is showing at Kravets Wehby …

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Why home testing is a cure for Covid’s destructive blockages

This segment of What awaits us has some exciting news for you: Cheap self-administered Covid-19 tests with rapid results are achievable. The implications are profound. If your test is positive, you isolate. If negative, go about your business. People could self-test twice a week or more. Those who are actually …

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Avoid penny stocks like the plague

Shutterstock photo For decades, the lure of huge profits in a short period of time has prompted naïve investors to invest money in penny stocks . But if you’re new to investing, don’t be wowed by the promise of massive returns from these dark names. Why not invest in penny …

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Overwhelmed by the change? Treat uncertainty as the new normal

Certainty is an illusion getty “There’s no point in suggesting anything,” Todd lamented. “No matter what I suggest, Max says no. He says it’s too risky right now. He froze all spending, everything, until things settled down and were more “predictable,” he said, his eyes looking up. If you’ve ever …

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Collective action on social networks: what employees need to know

Farknot Architect – stock.adobe.com When it comes to working and employment conditions, one of the most powerful tools available to workers is the ability to take collective action against their employers. This can range from an informal meeting at someone’s home to discuss safer working conditions, to collective bargaining of …

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Relist Watch: The Final Countdown

Through SCOTUSblog Jul 9, 2020 at 9:15 a.m. SCOTUSblog reviews the re-runners at the October 2019 Quarterly Final Conference. Before the judges leave the city for the summer (or in this era of confinement, stay home but change their “work” sweatpants in their “casual” sweatpants), they have one last impromptu …

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Groups question PPP loans to religious organizations | latest news

(The central square) – For the first time in US history, state governors and local mayors issued executive orders ending religious services, calling them “non-essential businesses.” Some leaders of religious institutions have taken legal action and some governors have amended their ordinances to allow places of worship to reopen with …

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“It’s the surprise record of my career”

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – DECEMBER 20: Chris Tomlin performs live on his 2019 Christmas Tour at … [+] The Beacon Theater on December 20, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil / Getty Images) Getty Images Throughout his career, Chris Tomlin has accumulated more success on BillboardChristian …

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Catholic Ministries Receive Financial Advice During Coronavirus Crisis

[Editor’s Note: Andrew Robison is the owner and president of Petrus Development, which helps Catholic ministries build sustainable development programs. Over the past 15 years, the company has worked with over 125 Catholic ministries and raised over $500 million for campus ministries, high schools, universities, pro-life causes and more. He …

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Chinese sanctions could complicate reconfiguration of B-52 bomber

In January, the US Department of Defense sanctioned Chinese civil aviation manufacturer COMAC, fearing it would share its technology with the People’s Liberation Army. The Pentagon has warned that Beijing’s policy of requiring civil-military cooperation means that any technology supplied to civilian aerospace companies is subject to exploitation by the …

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The Norwegian Air Force bomber put the Russians to work

Engels crews prepare for snapshot drills. russian defense ministry Every action has a reaction. The US Air Force announced in early February that it would, for the first time, deploy B-1B bombers to Norway. Now the Russian Air Force is mobilizing its own war planes. Hunters to intercept the B-1. …

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Graduated income tax referendum fails, dealing a blow to Pritzker

Illinois voters on Tuesday rejected Governor JB Pritzker’s signing plan to change Illinois’ lump-sum income tax system to a progressive income tax, dealing a blow to then-Democratic first term that vote totals showed an insurmountable lead in “no” votes on Wednesday, even with as many as 400,000 mail-in ballots still …

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NW Credit Unions Explain Why Stimulus Payments May Be Delayed

Processing date vs. effective date, but “the good news is that payments are coming” SEATAC, Wash. (KTVZ) – When Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) three weeks ago, the bill included much needed economic support for Main Street. For millions of Americans, this comes in …

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Alderpoint, Bell Springs Road closed in anticipation of the Eel River fire jump | Cogeneration incidents | Lost Coast Outpost

Alderpoint, Bell Springs Road closed in anticipation of the Jumping River Eel fire The Humboldt County Public Works Department closed Alderpoint Road in conjunction with the evacuation warning issued for the southeastern part of the county earlier this morning. The CHP Expedition, below, notes that the Mendocino County Public Works …

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RBI urges SC to lift interim order banning APM reporting

NEW DELHI : The RBI The Supreme Court on Thursday urged the Supreme Court to lift its interim order, that accounts not reported as non-performing assets until August 31 of this year are not to be declared NPA until further orders, saying it “faces difficulties” because of the directive. In …

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The 10 best movies that are new to Netflix in January

VENICE, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 12: Vanessa Kirby walks the red carpet before the closing ceremony at the … [+] 77th Venice Film Festival on September 12, 2020 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Stephane Cardinale – Corbis / Corbis via Getty Images) Corbis via Getty Images 2021 is already gone at …

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NBA won’t test players for marijuana this season

Topline After the league failed to conduct random tests for marijuana inside the Walt Disney World Resort’s “ bubble campus ” in Orlando, Fla. Last summer, the National Basketball Players Association and its players union have mutually agreed random testing will remain on hold for the upcoming 2020-2021 season, with …

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How to avoid spending revenge

the Covid-19 pandemic forced closures, layoffs, and serious financial challenges, but there was a silver lining in the midst of all these problems: You may have been able to keep your wallet closed more than you could have. done in a typical year. Staying at home can often mean spend …

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The best apps for drawing on your iPad

Draw digitally always seemed like an unattainable skill to me, but when I was looking for ways to spend time during the coronavirus confinement, I gave to Apple Procreate the application a chance. Even though I like to use physical medium, it was intimidating to try painting or to use …

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What a Biden Presidency Means for the Arts

Ten months after the start of this pandemic, the catastrophic human and economic toll is clear. The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus has caused 18 million infections and more than 300,000 deaths in the United States alone. The recovery in employment in the United States has stalled; companies that were hiring during the …

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No, the arts don’t have a monopoly on creativity

Creativity is by nature limitless Zamurovic brothers for Shutterstock It’s amazing how much a myth travels the world before the truth puts its boots on. Creativity is a trait long associated with the arts: the exclusive domain of art; those who spend their days working with words, images and aesthetics. …

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What Kinds of Dealers Work With Bankruptcy?

With so many dealers, how do you know which one can work with bankruptcy? Turns out there is a name for dealers who have signed up with lenders who can: Special Finance Dealers. What is a Special Finance dealer? Filing bankruptcy can damage your credit reports and lower your credit …

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What privileges do banks offer millionaire customers?

NEW DELHI: Banks classify customers into different categories based on their income and assets with the bank. This helps to deliver targeted services. People with high net worth, or HNIs as they are commonly referred to, are a key segment for banks. Banks offer several premium services to customers considered …

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Protests for Breonna Taylor sweep across the United States

Topline Thousands of people took to the streets of American cities on Wednesday night to protest charges against one of the three Kentucky police officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor about six months ago, as none of the three did ‘was indicted for his murder and activists believe …

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