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Marianne Williamson worked on the female candidate photo shoot in 2020 after she was omitted

Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson recently cast a small shadow over the 2020 candidate at a photo shoot after not being part of it. The spiritual activist was expelled from the Vogue feature, which included Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren, as well as Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. Williamson published an edited version of the photo in …

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Cash has worked well if the target cash registers fail

CLOSE Facebook unveiled an ambitious plan to create a new digital currency on Tuesday. A technology expert believes that first of all, he has to convince people to entrust their personal data to them to succeed. (18th of June) AP, AP Does the use of cash have an expiration date? The evidence that physical loot is available at borrowed time …

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Undocumented Trump employees say they worked for no pay: report

Some employees without legal U.S immigration status of a Trump golf course in New York have said they were not paid fairly for their work. Two workers told The Washington Post at Trump National Golf Club Westchester made them clock out and then left to do unpaid "side work," while two others told the newspaper they were forced to work …

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A Texas couple were sentenced to 7 years in prison for a young girl who had worked at home for 16 years

According to a press release issued Monday by the Department of Justice, the couple was sentenced to seven years in jail and nearly $ 300,000 for restitution. Mohamed Toure (58) and Denise Cros-Toure (58) were convicted in January of forced labor, conspiracy to harbor a foreign and foreign harbor. They are both Guinean citizens who took the young girl and …

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If UCLA had paid buyout, that would have worked

Last week, UCLA hired Mick Cronin after whipping at Tennessee's Rick Barnes. But what if UCLA had promised to pay Barnes $ 5 million buyout? "I think I was the UCLA coach," Barnes told reporters in Knoxville on Tuesday. "I've told people before, I really felt like that was going to happen then." At one of the most transparent and …

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Prince William worked covertly with British spies

Prince William served three years with secret British spies. (Reuters) Prince William, extraordinary spy? Kensington Palace officials have announced that William has spent three weeks working with British intelligence agencies to understand how the country's security and intelligence services operate. He spent time shadowing the MI6 foreign intelligence service, working with the MI5 state security service, and finally with GCHQ, …

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David Chikerotis, who was beaten to death, worked alongside CFD father Steve on Chicago Fire

The week before his son's brutal murder, Steve Chikerotis, a retired Chicago Fire Department deputy district chief, saw his boy twice on the set of the popular television program he helped shape. Being with his son, David Chikerotis and collaborating on "Chicago Fire" was something special for the dad. On Wednesday afternoon, the father, who was clearing in the kitchen …

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Jamie Dimon: Trump's tariff strategy could have worked

"It could have worked as a negotiating strategy," said Dimon to Poppy Harlow of CNN. The comments are in stark contrast to at least one Trump advisor. Former White House economist Gary Cohn, who used to be deputy commander at Goldman Sachs, said flatly last week that "fares do not work". If anything, Cohn told the Freakonomics podcast, the tariffs …

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New Zealand suspect Brenton Tarrant worked in a gym and traveled to Pakistan and Turkey

Brenton Harrison Tarrant was charged with murder on Saturday in a court in Christchurch. On April 5, he was remanded to return to court. Officials said he would receive more charges. Shortly before filming began, an 87-page social media manifesto was released under the name Brenton Tarrant. The document was full of sarcasm, apparent red herrings, and allusions to the …

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