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Lootboxes are being investigated by the US Federal Trade Commission • Eurogamer.net

It's been more than a year since the uproar started over the Star Wars Battlefront 2 prey boxes, and in that time, gambling regulators have paid more attention to controversial microtransactions. The latest government interfering is a big deal, with the US Federal Trade Commission announcing it will investigate loot boxes and examine how they affect children. Oh, and the …

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Five Important Communications from the Federal Report on Climate Change

A new federal climate report issued by the Trump government one day after Thanksgiving warns menacingly about climate change. The message of the report: Climate change is real, it is intensifying and destroying people's way of life day after day, when US leaders at all levels do not take drastic action. The recent Congress report, referred to as the Fourth …

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NJ Transit still runs the risk of failing to meet the federal deadline to install the crash prevention system

WASHINGTON – New Jersey Transit is one of only four commuter railways running the risk of not meeting the end of the year to install an automatic cruise control system or qualify for a two-year extension. The National The Transportation Safety Board said the absence of such a system has contributed to crashes in Philadelphia and Hoboken. The Federal Railroad …

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As a result of Trump's Immigration Agenda, the federal judge is blocking the asylum ban for migrants illegally entering from Mexico

Central American migrants wait as part of the Central American caravan trying to reach the United States at a donated dinner in downtown Mexicali, Mexico, on Monday, November 19, 2018. (Rodrigo Abd / AP) [19659002] A federal judge temporarily prevented the Trump administration from denying asylum to migrants illegally crossing the southern border into the United States, saying that the …

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Federal Judge blocks construction of Keystone pipeline

A federal judge blocked Thursday's construction of TransCanada's $ 8 billion Keystone XL pipeline, slashing environmentalists a big win and trumpeting the Trump government. US District Judge Brian Morris of Montana lifted a permit last year for the Trump Administration's construction of the 1179-mile pipeline and said the justification for approving the project was inadequate. Specifically, Morris looked at the …

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Once secret, Harvard's admissions process is revealed in federal court

"I definitely did not reveal the secret of Coke," said Mr. Lee, who represented Apple in a patent litigation against Samsung – another study that revealed closely guarded secrets. But he admitted, "You learn a lot about the recording process, which would never be public otherwise, we want you to know, and once you understand it, you can understand how …

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Paul Manafort is scheduled to be convicted on 8 February in the Federal Supreme Court in Virginia

Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, leaves the Federal District Court in Washington in May. (Jose Luis Magana / AP) Dan Morse Reporter on Courts and Crimes in Montgomery County, Md. Rachel Weiner Local reporter on federal court in Alexandria, Virginia. And district court in Arlington and Alexandria 19. October at 1:53 pm UPDATE: A federal judge in Alexandria …

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