Two Australian universities sever ties with Prince Andrew charity after Epstein interview

The announcement by Bond University and RMIT follows the royal’s interview about his links to paedophile Jeffrey EpsteinTwo Australian universities have severed ties with a business mentoring charity founded by Prince Andrew after the royal’s train-wreck interview about his links to the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.The [email protected] program – founded by the prince in 2014 – supports entrepreneurs and start-up companies and gives them the opportunity to pitch their idea to business leaders at places...
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United States: Duane Morris And Northern California Innocence Project Celebrate Reversal Of A Wrongful Conviction - Duane Morris LLP

The Duane Morris team entered the case successfully prevailing in a writ of habeas corpus proceeding.
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Canada: Reinstatement And Accommodation Under Alberta's Workers' Compensation - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

For workplace accidents occurring on or after September 1, 2018, non-exempt employers have an obligation under section 88.1 of the Alberta Workers' Compensation Act to accommodate and reinstate most workers injured
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Edward Gallagher: Sailor cleared by Trump could be ousted from Seals

Edward Gallagher was acquitted of war crimes and was pardoned by Donald Trump last week.
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Weber State drubs West Coast Baptist 130-50

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Jerrick Harding led five players in double figures with 23 points and all 12 Weber State players scored in a 130-50 romp over West Coast Baptist on Tuesday night. Harding sank 8 of 10 shots from the floor, including 4 of 6 from 3-point range, and hit all three of his […]
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Elizabeth Banks Sparks Controversy For Reasoning Behind ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Flop

People aren't sure if they agree with the excuse the actor gave for "Charlie's Angels" bombing at the box office.
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United States: Labor Unions Are Increasingly Focused On The Future Of Work - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

As the future of work continues to take shape, labor unions are taking notice and adjusting their strategies and their focus in response.
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Jenkins, big finish lead Grand Canyon over Montana St. 69-56

PHOENIX (AP) — Lorenzo Jenkins had a career-high 20 points and Grand Canyon finished on a 21-2 run to defeat Montana State 69-56 on Tuesday night. Montana State led 54-48 with 6:50 remaining in the second half. The Bobcats then missed six of their last seven shots and had four turnovers while the Lopes were […]
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NBA Daily Fantasy: Adebayo, Dinwiddie ready to cash in

No Kyrie means heavy minutes for Spencer Dinwiddie while Donte Divincenzo aims to cement his role in a crowded Bucks backcourt.
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Macy’s confirms hackers stole customer data from its website

Macy's says a small number of people who shopped on its website in October may have had their data stolen by hackers. Customers are being advised to check their statements for suspicious activity.
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Wednesday PG&E Power Shutoff School Closures

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — PG&E will cut power to parts of 18 counties on Wednesday morning. The utility says this may affect approximately 150,000 customers. The following counties are expected to be impacted by the shutoffs: Amador, Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Solano, Sonoma, Tehama, Yolo and Yuba. Ahead of the shutoffs, the following districts/schools will be closed on Wednesday, November 20: Black Oak Mine Unified School Dis...
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United States: USCIS Announces H-1B Cap Registration Fee - Duane Morris LLP

USCIS announced that it will publish the final rule on November 8, 2019, Registration Fee Requirement for Petitioners Seeking To File H-1B Petitions on Behalf of Cap Subject Aliens, which will be effective December 9, 2019.
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Canada: How To Build A Brand That Cares - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

How to build a brand that cares. McCarthy Tétrault CEO and Partner Dave Leonard shares what Inclusion Now means to the firm.
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2 US service members killed in chopper crash in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The U.S. forces in Afghanistan in a statement says that two U.S. service members have been killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. The statement says Wednesday that the cause of the crash is under investigation, however preliminary reports do not indicate it was caused by enemy fire. It added further […]
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European Union: Whistleblower Protection Remains A Hot Issue Amidst New Laws, New Books And New Headlines - WhistleB

In the EU we are in the midst of understanding the impact of the new EU Whistleblower Protection law.
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Key, Dentlinger run send S. Dakota St. past N. Alabama 78-73

BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) — Brandon Key scored 18 points and Matt Dentlinger scored 17 with 11 rebounds and South Dakota State beat North Alabama 78-73 on Tuesday night. Douglas Wilson and Noah Freidel each scored 13 and Wilson grabbed nine rebounds and helped the Jackrabbits (4-2) end a two-game skid. North Alabama led 33-32 at […]
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Lathon’s jumper moves UTEP to 4-0, tops New Mexico 66-63

EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Jordan Lathon’s clutch jumper in the lane with 27 seconds left lifted UTEP to a 66-63 win over long-time rival New Mexico in the annual Noche Latina game on Tuesday night. In the 145th renewal of the game, New Mexico took the lead on Zane Martin’s dunk with 53 seconds […]
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Luxembourg: Fintech (2nd Edition) - NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of the legal framework and key issues surrounding fintech law in Luxembourg.
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Luxembourg: Cartels & Leniency 2020 - NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg

The Competition Act of 23 October 2011 ("loi du 23 octobre 2011 relative à la concurrence"). The general nature of the cartel prohibition is administrative (with the potential imposition of administrative fines).
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Alaska company opens state’s largest solar farm facility

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska company has opened the state’s largest solar farm with expectations of generating enough electricity to power about 200 homes. The Alaska Journal of Commerce reported Monday that Renewable IPP officially opened the 1.2-megawatt facility near Willow Nov. 15. Company officials say the facility is expected to come online in […]
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Senate Approves Bills In Support Of Hong Kong Protesters

"We hear you, we continue to stand with you, and we will not stand idly by," Sen. Marco Rubio said.
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Alaska extends public comment period for BP sale to Hilcorp

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska regulators have granted a second extension for public comment on the sale of BP’s North Slope assets to Hilcorp Energy Co. KTVA-TV reported Monday that the Regulatory Commission of Alaska announced an extension through Dec. 13. The commission announced the decision to provide additional comment time on its website last […]
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Canada: Construction Act Reforms: Now In Effect! - McCague Borlack LLP

Recently, the Ontario Government has been working toward enacting an overhaul of the Construction Act in hopes to modernize the legislation.
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United States: CMS Issues 2020 Hospital OPPS And ASC Payment System Final Rule - Holland & Knight

Provisions of the Final Rule will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
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Taylor scores 22 to lead Wyoming past Detroit 76-49

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — TJ Taylor scored a career-high 22 points on his birthday and Wyoming routed Detroit 76-49 on Tuesday night, breaking a three-game losing streak. A.J. Banks added 15 points for Wyoming (2-3). Hunter Maldonado added 13 points and seven assists. Jake Hendricks had 12 points and 10 rebounds for his first career […]
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Too hip for a minivan? Check out VW’s all-electric ID.Space Vizzion concept

The Volkswagen ID.Space Vizzion is the latest in a series of electric concept cars from the company. It previews a potential production model with a 300-mile range.
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Germany: Internal Investigations - Arnold & Porter

They learned various questioning and interviewing techniques, as well as possible ways to assess the veracity of the statements made.
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Oregon tribal hemp plan under review by federal officials

BEND, Oregon (AP) — The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs has submitted a plan to the federal government to administer hemp production on its lands. The Bulletin reported Tuesday that if the U.S. Department of Agriculture approves the plan, the hemp jobs could fill employment gaps caused by the closure of tribal entities. Warm Springs […]
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Stolen vehicles increase in off-the-road Alaska community

BETHEL, Alaska (AP) — Most stolen vehicles in Bethel are found within a few days, mostly because there are a limited number of places to go around the small Alaska city. KYUK-AM reported stolen vehicle reports have more than doubled in the past month in the community on the Kuskokwim River. Bethel is off the […]
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Robodebt class action to go ahead despite overhaul of Centrelink debt recovery

Bill Shorten launches challenge after Coalition’s ‘very late admission there is something rotten at the core of robodebt’Lawyers engaged in two court challenges against the legality of the robodebt program have confirmed that the government’s major overhaul will not stop the cases, with the class action championed by Labor officially launched on Wednesday.According to Victoria Legal Aid, Deanna Amato’s federal court case, which is due to be heard on 2 December, will continue to seek a declaratio...
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