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Landlords are running out of money. ‘We don’t get unemployment’

Typically, the rents from the homes enable the couple to cover all their expenses and earn income. But now tenants in three of their properties in the San Fernando Valley, haven't paid their rent for months. The couple can't remove those tenants because of a state eviction moratorium, which was extended until January 31.

By |2020-12-17T12:30:59-05:003 months ago|Coronavirus, News|0 Comments

Russia can’t use its name and flag at the next 2 Olympics

Russia will not be able to use its name, flag and anthem at the next two Olympics or at any world championships for the next two years after a ruling Thursday by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Breonna Taylor’s mother urges Joe Biden to keep his campaign promise of police accountability

Palmer penned an open letter to President-elect Joe Biden in a full page ad that ran in a weekday edition of the Washington Post, asking Biden to hold police accountable by enacting a list of measures and policy changes to address police brutality once he is sworn into office.

By |2020-12-17T12:30:43-05:003 months ago|News|0 Comments

Federal lawsuit: Kansas deputy purposely ran over Black man

The dashcam video captured a horrific scene: a Kansas sheriff's deputy in a patrol truck mowing down a Black man who was running, shirtless, across a field in the summer darkness after fleeing a traffic stop.

By |2020-12-17T12:30:35-05:003 months ago|National, News|0 Comments

Who should, and should not, get the COVID-19 vaccine

Under the emergency use authorization the vaccine got from the US Food and Drug Administration Friday, it can be given to anyone 16 and older. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommendation is that it should be safe for almost everyone.

By |2020-12-17T14:30:59-05:003 months ago|Coronavirus, Medical, News|0 Comments

Robinhood agrees to pay a $65 million fine for deceiving clients

Free stock-trading app Robinhood has agreed to pay a $65 million fine to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges that it engaged in deceptive practices that hurt its clients.

By |2020-12-17T12:30:22-05:003 months ago|Business, News|0 Comments

6 men indicted in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor

A federal grand jury has charged six men with conspiring to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in what investigators say was a plot by anti-government extremists who were angry over her coronavirus policies.

By |2020-12-17T11:38:27-05:003 months ago|National, News|0 Comments

GOP places focus anywhere but Atlanta in Georgia runoffs

The anywhere-but-Atlanta strategy is a window into Georgia’s new political geography that put the state this year in the Democrats' presidential win column for the first time since 1992.