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Following Earthquake, Puerto Rico’s Largest Bank Hinders a Just Recovery 23.1.2020
Hundreds of vacant residences that were repossessed by the banks could be used to house 6,400 displaced ...
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Southern California home prices and sales surged in December 23.1.2020 LA Times: Business

The Southern California median sales price hit a new record of $550,000 last month, a 7.2% increase from the same period a year earlier.

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Operation Encore and the Saudi connection: A secret history of the 9/11 investigation 23.1.2020 Raw Story
Behind the scenes, a small team of FBI agents spent years trying to solve a stubborn mystery — whether officials from Saudi Arabia, one of Washington’s closest allies, were involved in the worst terror attack in U.S. history. This is their story. On the morning of Sept. 11 last year, about two dozen family members […]
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Trump makes bizarre statement about protecting the inventor of the wheel in rambling interview 22.1.2020 Raw Story
President Donald Trump on Wednesday made a bizarre statement about needing to protect the intellectual property of famous American inventors — including, apparently, the person who invented the wheel thousands of years ago. During an interview with CNBC while at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the president was asked about what he made […]
Teachers union lawsuit claims DeVos 'capriciously' repealed borrower protections 22.1.2020 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Before its repeal, the gainful employment rule served as a warning to certain colleges: If graduates didn't earn enough money to pay their student debts, schools could lose access to federal aid.
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Former Aspen Skiing Company executive gets 6 years for stealing, reselling merchandise 22.1.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
A judge has sentenced former Aspen ski company executive Derek Johnson to six years in prison for stealing equipment and merchandise from the company and reselling the gear online for more than a decade.
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Former Colorado mortgage board member settles lawsuit that said he stole test questions 22.1.2020 Denver Post: Local
The former chairman of the Colorado board that regulates loan originators has settled a lawsuit by the State Regulatory Registry that accused him of stealing national test questions that certify the profession, then repurposing them at a company he worked to help people pass the exam.
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Jessica Cisneros Could Be the Next AOC. (But Don’t Tell Her That.) 21.1.2020 Mother Jones
Jessica Cisneros needed to find a dentist. When she decided to challenge Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar in the upcoming Democratic primary, Cisneros quit her job and moved back in with her parents in Laredo to save money. She’d bought her own insurance plan after turning 26 last May, but it didn’t include dental, and she […]
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Column: Is a supermarket discount coupon worth giving away your privacy? 21.1.2020 LA Times: Business

Ralphs customers are being told that joining the company's rewards program could result in extensive data gathering, including your job, your education, your health and your insurance coverage.

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Trump compares himself to Martin Luther King Jr. in message celebrating his own inauguration 21.1.2020 Raw Story
Celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Americans often spend the day serving their community and volunteering in the spirit of Dr. King’s question “what are you doing for others.” President Donald Trump answered that call by comparing himself to MLK, suggesting that he is a hero to the Black community. “It was […]
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Producer John Goldwyn and hotelier Jeff Klein list pedigreed Beverly Hills hacienda 20.1.2020 LA Times: Business

Producer John Goldwyn and hotelier Jeff Klein are asking $8.995 million for their historic Beverly Hills home with a pedigreed past.

Trump's Finances Appear Shaky, Opening Up More Opportunities To Buy Presidential 'Favors' 20.1.2020 Crooks Liars
Reporter David Fahrenthold is responsible for perhaps 80% of everything we know about Donald Trump's ongoing business operations. In a start-of-year summary of where things stand, Fahrenthold and other Washington Post reporters wrote up a terse rundown of the state of the presidential grift-o-matic; they question, among other things, whether the Trump family purging their businesses of undocumented workers (only after being caught, of course) will raise labor costs and whether the hit Donald's companies have been taking due to their association with, you know, him will compel Trump to sell off assets or take other, similarly drastic measures. Donald Trump only months ago sincerely, truly ordered the next G7 Summit be held at one of his own golf resorts, for example, and had the White House defending that obviously crooked money grab before backing down again. He has gotten bolder in his attempts to funnel money into his properties, and his family has become less interested in keeping up ...
UCCS to graduate first class in special needs program 20.1.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Ashley Mabry is one of three in the first cohort to graduate from an inclusion program that enables intellectually disabled students to become fully matriculated at three schools: UCCS, the University of Northern Colorado and Arapahoe Community College.
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How will Colorado’s public health insurance option work? 19.1.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Last session, Colorado lawmakers directed state agencies to create a plan for a new “state option” for health insurance, but much still needs to happen before you could buy in.
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Former GOP strategist Rick Wilson: ‘Hating’ Trump is the key to winning in 2020 18.1.2020 Raw Story
Rick Wilson has helped countless Republicans win elections over the years as one of the most sought-after GOP media consultants. His work, by his own admission, has contributed to the hyper-partisan, zero-sum political world that we live in today. But that was all B.T., or “Before Trump.” Wilson is now using his mastery of the dark arts […]
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Chris Matthews: Calling The Bidens To Testify Would Be 'Relevant' And 'Germane' 18.1.2020 Crooks Liars
If any of the brass at MSNBC wants to know whether they should can Hardball, here is a shining argument for why it might be a good idea. Watch Chris Matthews parrot the bullshit Republican tit-for-tat talking points about witnesses. "The word out that Mitch may figure out okay, you guys want witnesses, I'll give you four or five. Two of mine, two of yours," Matthews said to Senator Chris VanHollen. "I want the Bidens; I'll give you Mick Mulvaney and John Bolton. Suppose you are confronted with that? Would you take the whole slate?" I don't know, Chris, what if we want to call Ivanka and Jared? Would they take the whole slate? Because surely Ivanka and Jared are MORE relevant than anything any Biden has to say, since they're working in the White House and are grifters benefiting from taxpayer-funded nepotism. Van Hollen, to his credit, immediately shot that nonsense down, saying that the whole request is a "red herring," particularly when the issue at hand is his decision to withhold Congressionally ...
Trump Economy: U.S. Housing Starts Skyrocket to 13-Year High 18.1.2020 NewsBusters
President Donald Trump’s economy continues to fly in the face of the liberal media and their recession hype.
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5 Australian Fire Failures: Lessons for the World from a Climate Catastrophe 18.1.2020 Mother Jones
In August, 2018, when Scott Morrison became Australia’s 6th prime minister in 10 years, he presented himself as a responsible steward poised to bring continuity after a decade of leadership hiccups. To emphasize his willingness to take on the country’s most pressing issues, he evoked Bono: “When the history books are written, our age will […]
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Poll reveals the damning details of most African-Americans’ views of Trump 18.1.2020 Raw Story
On November 4, 2008, the United States achieved something that many older African-Americans feared they would never live to see: it elected its first black president — and in 2012, President Barack Obama won a second term. But Obama’s presidency was followed by the Donald Trump era, and according to a Washington Post/Ipsos poll conducted […]
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Column: Can California force companies to better protect customers? Former CFPB head has hope 17.1.2020 LA Times: Business

The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, as proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, "will put California at the forefront of consumer financial protection at the state level," says Richard Cordray.

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