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Oct 24 2023
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The City of Casper’s credit and debit card payment service is currently experiencing technical issues and is temporarily unavailable for online, phone, or in-person credit card payments. Payments via cash, check or autopayment from a bank account are unaffected. “We apologize for the inconvenience, and we’re working closely with our payment vendor to addressWyoming News Now
Oct 27 2023
It’s well understood that America is intensely divided today and that our divisions have worsened over time. But when did politics turn into an “us-vs-them” war? After all, America has had two major political parties for most of its history. Hard-fought elections, highly charged disagreements, and even political violence are nothing new. So, is the division we feel today exaggerated and shouldDivided We Fall
Oct 31 2023
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers sued Republican state lawmakers Tuesday for blocking UW System pay raises, conservation projects and professional licensing programs in legislative committees, arguing the move violates the Wisconsin Constitution and intrudes into executive powers. The , filed by Attorney General Josh Kaul, accuses Republican lawmakers of creating “legislative vetoes” which bypass aDaily Cardinal
Nov 07 2023
The mammoth spiderweb of underground tunnels used by Hamas to shuttle militants, hostages and weapons around beneath the Gaza Strip is “something that we cannot even imagine,” according to “Fauda” creator Avi Issacharoff.
Issacharoff — an Arabic-speaking Israeli journalist and former member of an ultra-elite Israel Defense Forces unit who co-wrote the award-winning Yes network hit “New York Post (News)
Nov 03 2023
Of all the culprits that make it harder for Americans to afford and access health care, the sheer confusion many patients experience when trying to select an insurance plan or when faced with an expensive medical bill may be the most overlooked.
That’s according to a recent survey from research firm Perry Undem, which reveals the deep confusion Americans feel when receiving health careVox
Oct 18 2023
MID-MICHIGAN (WJRT) - Henry Ford Health in Detroit is taking over operations of eight Ascension Michigan, including three in Mid-Michigan. The health care systems announced a joint on Wednesday. Ascension Genesys Hospital in Grand Blanc Township will join the Henry Ford system with the change, along with seven other Detroit-area Ascension hospitals. "Together we can expand healthcare servicesABC 12
Nov 06 2023
NBA Twitter reacts to James Harden's debut with Clippers: 'Harden's system resulted in a loss to the Knicks'
James Harden debuted for the Los Angeles Clippers at Maddison Square Garden in a 111-97 loss.
The Beard put up 17 points and six assists in 31 minutes of action, while the rest of the 'Big 4' struggled from the field.
Here's how NBA Twitter reacted to James Harden's first game as a Clipper."USA Today" Contributor
Oct 24 2023
CASPER, Wyo. — The City of Casper’s credit and debit card payment service is currently experiencing technical issues and is temporarily unavailable for online, phone, or in-person credit card payments. Payments via cash, check, or auto payment from a bank account are unaffected, according to a press release by the city. “We apologize for the inconvenience, and we’re working closely with ourOil City News
Oct 24 2023
The security issues affecting the Kansas courts online system are now getting state and federal attention.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says it is working with unspecified federal partners to determine why numerous online components have been down for well over a week. Attorneys and staffers have had to file motions by fax, hand or mail with the electronic filing system offline.KVOE
Nov 10 2023
Exposure of brothels that catered to the elite spotlights how legal system treats buyers and sellers in sex trade
Among that group, federal authorities have said, are elected officials, military officers, business executives, lawyers, doctors, and government contractors with security clearances. On Thursday, one day after three people were arrested on federal charges for allegedly operating a ring that catered to a wealthy and well-connected clientele, authorities would not rule out either federal orThe Boston Globe