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Nov 29 2023
John Nickelson is not ready to concede the Caddo Sheriff's race just yet. The Nov. 18 runoff election resulted in Henry Whitehorn winning with one vote. Whitehorn received 21,621 votes while Nickelson received 21,620. On Nov. 27, a recount was performed on the absentee ballots for the Nov. 18 runoff. The recount resulted in an additional three votes given to both candidates. Ultimately,Shreveport Times
Nov 22 2023
On Oct. 28, BWS said, it filed its claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act over massive leaks of jet fuel that occurred at Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility in 2021. Read more On the second anniversary of a toxic fuel release that sickened families, the Honolulu Board of Water Supply announced Tuesday it filed a $1.2 billion claim with the Navy to recover costs of the agency’s response toHonolulu Star-Advertiser
Jul 29 2023
Since purchasing Twitter for $44 billion, Elon Musk has received constant pushback. Now, it’s coming from San Francisco itself. The City by the Bay has opened a complaint and launched an investigation into a giant “X” sign installed Friday on top of the social media platform’s downtown headquarters. Yes, the city with legalized retail theft, surging crime, a drug crisis and homeless camps onOutKick
Dec 06 2023
Facebook and Instagram allow predators to 'trade child pornography,' according to lawsuit filed by New Mexico
Facebook and Instagram allegedly promote minors’ accounts to apparent child predators and recommend sexual content to underage users, according to a lawsuit filed against parent company Meta Platforms and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez filed the civil lawsuit in New Mexico state court Tuesday, alleging that "Meta has allowed Facebook and Instagram to become aFox Business
Nov 17 2023
Serial liar George Santos is facing expulsion yet again after yesterday's scathing House Ethics report that summed up the outrageous lawmaker as someone who "cannot be trusted." The motion to expel comes even after Santos had already announced yesterday that he would not run for reelection in 2024 — because at least for some in Congress, removing the New York fraudster can't come soon enough.Boing Boing
Nov 28 2023
That charge, a felony, carries a potential sentence of three and a half to seven years in prison and a fine of up to $4,000. A conviction would result in Merner losing his right to vote in New Hampshire. Troy E. Merner, 63, of Carroll is accused of wrongful voting for knowingly casting a ballot in the March 2023 town election in Lancaster even though he was domiciled elsewhere, according toThe Boston Globe
Nov 27 2023
Candidates began to file petitions Monday to secure their spots in Illinois' 2024 March primary election. During a week-long period ending Dec. 4, candidates for local, state, congressional and judicial races will turn in the signatures they have collected over the past two months. The number of signatures required varies by office sought. Candidates who filed Monday will be eligible for theNBC 5 Chicago
Nov 27 2023
China-founded fashion company Shein has confidentially filed to go public in the United States, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley have been hired as lead underwriters on the offering, and Shein could go public sometime in 2024, the sources said.
The fast-fashion giant's moves to go public comes at a timeReuters
May 24 2023
The IRS really must have wanted to investigate Matt Taibbi, the Twitter Files journalist.
Records produced to Congress show that the tax agency opened an examination of Mr. Taibbi’s 2018 return last Christmas Eve, according to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan.
The records also show that Mr. Taibbi was able to resolve the tax issue quickly, did not owe the IRSWashington Times
Dec 01 2023
The New York Times reports that advertisers are increasingly reluctant to resume their spending on social media platform X, previously known as Twitter, following owner Elon Musk’s recent outburst in which he told advertisers “blackmailing” him to “go fuck yourself.” A report from the New York Times claims that advertisers are showing a strong resistance to resuming their financial engagementsBreitbart News