AG James outlines possible fraud case against former President Trump and his family business

Attorney General Letitia James said late on Tuesday that former President Donald J. Trump’s family business misrepresented the value of its assets to obtain loans and other financial benefits, citing “significant” new evidence of fraudulent or misleading practices. James made the accusations in a filing to compel Trump and his adult children Donald Trump Jr.… Continue reading AG James outlines possible fraud case against former President Trump and his family business

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Gov. Charlie Baker To Make Announcement About COVID Testing And Day Cares

BOSTON (CBS) – Governor Charlie Baker will have another a COVID-19 testing announcement Wednesday, a day after he said Massachusetts will start making weekly at-home COVID tests available for students and staff at schools. Baker will be joined by Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Secretary of Education James Peyser and Department of Early Education and Care… Continue reading Gov. Charlie Baker To Make Announcement About COVID Testing And Day Cares

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400 Million N95 Masks To Be Given Away By Federal Government Starting Next Week

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration will begin making 400 million N95 masks available for free to Americans starting next week. The step comes after federal officials emphasized the masks’ better protection against the omicron variant of COVID-19 over cloth face coverings. The White House says the masks will come from the government’s Strategic National… Continue reading 400 Million N95 Masks To Be Given Away By Federal Government Starting Next Week

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Is headache a symptom of the omicron COVID variant?

(NEXSTAR) – The omicron variant is forcing us to rethink what COVID-19 looks and feels like in its early days. While fever, coughing and loss of taste were the tell-tale early signs of the first strain of the coronavirus, early research suggests omicron manifests differently, especially early on in the illness. One early symptom many… Continue reading Is headache a symptom of the omicron COVID variant?

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White House to make 400 million N95 masks available for free

WASHINGTON (The Hill) – The White House announced Wednesday that it is making 400 million N95 masks available for free, part of a string of actions aimed at fighting the surging omicron variant.   The masks will be available for pickup at “tens of thousands of local pharmacies” as well as thousands of community health centers,… Continue reading White House to make 400 million N95 masks available for free

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Horoscopes Jan. 19, 2022: Katey Sagal, choose common sense

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Shawn Johnson, 30; Drea de Matteo, 50; Katey Sagal, 68; Dolly Parton, 76. Dolly Parton  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File) (AP File Photo) Happy Birthday: Share and work alongside others, and you will find unique ways to make the most of your time and attributes. Using your skills to harness your… Continue reading Horoscopes Jan. 19, 2022: Katey Sagal, choose common sense

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Bridge: Jan. 19, 2022

“Your honor,” the district attorney stated, “we will prove that South committed a felony: He lost a cold game.” “Proceed,” the judge directed, and the court heard evidence. “West led a trump against four spades,” the DA began: “deuce, ten, ace. South led a diamond to dummy and let the jack of hearts ride. West… Continue reading Bridge: Jan. 19, 2022

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Word Game: Jan. 19, 2022

TODAY’S WORD — LEGACIES (LEGACIES: LEG-uh-seez: Bequests.) Average mark 23 words Time limit 35 minutes Can you find 31 or more words in LEGACIES? The list will be published tomorrow. YESTERDAY’S WORD — SURREAL sale seal sear slue slur suer sure surer urea user rale rare real rear rule ruler rural ruse earl lase laser… Continue reading Word Game: Jan. 19, 2022

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COVID contact means Michel can’t be at EU parliament session

BRUSSELS (AP) — European Council President Charles Michel on Wednesday became the second top-level European Union official who has had to pull out of the bloc’s parliament session because of contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen already canceled her attendance on Monday. Michel said “I… Continue reading COVID contact means Michel can’t be at EU parliament session

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