Police Searching For Two Suspects Involved With Credit Card Fraud In Oakdale

OAKDALE (CBS13) — Oakdale police are asking the community for help in identifying two suspects involved with the use of a stolen credit card. Surveillance footage from the evening of Dec. 15, 2019, captured a silver sedan associated with the suspects parked in front of a Rite Aid located at 1449 E. F Street in Oakdale. A male suspect entered the Rite Aid and purchased items with a stolen credit card out of Sonora, authorities said. The female suspect was seen associated with the man and the invo...
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Poland pushes for Nazi camp in Austria to be remembered

As the world marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of a swathe of Nazi concentration camps, the hitherto neglected site of the Gusen camp in northern Austria has become a bone of contention, with the Polish government demanding it be better preserved. Much to the surprise of the Austrian government, the Polish Embassy in Austria said in December it wanted to buy the partly private land that hosted the site. Austria's government reacted quickly, announcing in January it wants to refurbis...
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Evidence: Letter shows White House wouldn't provide documents to agency investigating Ukraine aid

The White House refused to provide documents to a nonpartisan congressional watchdog investigating President Donald Trump's decision to withhold US security aid to Ukraine, according to documents released by Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland on Thursday.
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Catch up: Watch 8 hours of arguments in just 3 minutes

On Thursday, House Democrats argued that even though President Donald Trump didn't commit a federal crime, his "dangerous" behavior in Ukraine constitutes an abuse of power.
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Catch up: We watched 400 minutes of trial so you can watch 2

On Thursday, House Democrats argued that even though President Donald Trump didn't commit a federal crime, his "dangerous" behavior in Ukraine constitutes an abuse of power.
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Serena Williams Loses at Australian Open

Williams, the eighth seed, fell in three sets to China’s Wang Qiang. Caroline Wozniacki also lost, bringing an end to the former Grand Slam champion’s career.
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UK: Whiplash Reform: New Portal Website Goes Live - Clyde & Co

The website hosting the new portal for low value road traffic accident claims has been launched, with confirmation that it will be called 'Official Injury Claim'.
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Tinder to add panic button and anti-catfishing tech

The move comes after criticism over the lack of safety issues offered by dating apps.
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Taylor Swift Opens Up About Overcoming Struggle With Eating Disorder (EXCLUSIVE)

In the new Taylor Swift documentary, “Miss Americana,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival Thursday night, there’s a montage of derogatory commentary about the singer that has appeared on cable shows over the years. One of the less nasty remarks: “She’s too skinny. It bothers me.” As it turns out, it eventually bothered Swift, […]
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United States: IBA Community Bank Regulatory Compliance Conference - Pryor Cashman LLP

Partner Jeffrey Alberts will be speaking at the Independent Bankers Association of NYS' 2020 Community Bank Regulatory Compliance Conference, co-sponsored by NYLIB.
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Adam Schiff: ‘Dangerous’ Trump Must Be Removed Because He Won’t Put America First

“The American people deserve a president they can count on to put their interests first," Schiff argued.
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School Districts Including Rocklin, Davis Are Suing JUUL For Creating ‘E-Cigarette Epidemic’

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — A group of local school districts is suing e-cigarette maker JUUL Labs, Inc. The lawsuit, which includes Rocklin, Davis, Chico, and Campbell school districts, accuses JUUL of “cultivating and creating an e-cigarette epidemic that disrupts the education and learning environment.” The lawsuit seeks an injunction and abatement to stop the epidemic. Additionally, the districts are looking for compensation for financial losses due to student absences, coordinating anti-vaping outrea...
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China: Chinese Coronavirus Outbreak – What Employers Need To Know - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has indicated that it is closely monitoring an outbreak caused by a new 2019 Novel Coronavirus...
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Canada: The New Patent Rules Are In Force - Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala

New Patent Rules have come into force in Canada, marking the completion of Canada's long journey to modernize its patent legislative regime.
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Rafael Nadal Is Closing In on His 20th Slam. He Isn’t Counting.

Tennis fans are obsessed with the chase for the most career Grand Slam titles. Rafa, not so much.
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Senators worry that asking for new impeachment trial witnesses could create lengthy executive privilege debate

Sen. Ted Cruz said calling for any additional witnesses or documents would "substantially prolong" the Senate impeachment trial.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Lindsey Graham is offering unsolicited legal advice to Trump's team

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a juror in President Trump's impeachment trial, is offering free legal advice to his counsel, if they want to accept it.So far, the House impeachment managers have "done a good job" of "painting ... a tapestry, taking a series of events and telling a story," Graham told reporters on Thursday. When Trump's legal team starts delivering his defense on Saturday, they will "start pulling on the threads."Graham also thinks Trump's attorneys will need to shift ...
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Chinese city at center of virus outbreak is major crossroads

The city of Wuhan is one of China's largest industrial hubs and a major crossroads. The capital of Hubei province has 11 million people and is under an unprecedented, open-ended lockdown to try to prevent the spread of a virus that first appeared in the city last month. HISTORY: An inland port on the north bank of the Yangtze River, which stretches from far western China to Shanghai, Wuhan is said to be about 3,500 years old.
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Carrie Lam Courts Davos Elites With Dim Sum to Sell Hong Kong

(Bloomberg) -- Carrie Lam hosted 200 business and political leaders for dim sum and cocktails at a Swiss ski resort Thursday to reassure them that Hong Kong’s future is bright. It was a tough sell.The city’s leader told the crowd gathered at the World Economic Forum in Davos that Hong Kong was still open for business, despite paralyzing protests and an economy in recession. She also said that officials back home were working to contain the coronavirus that’s killed more than two dozen people in ...
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Canada: Canadian Court Issues First Site Blocking Order Against Piracy Site - Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala

The Federal Court of Canada recently issued Canada's first ever site blocking order in Bell Media Inc v GoldTV Services, 2019 FC 1432.
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Williams knocked out of Australian Open by China's Wang

Serena Williams is knocked out of the Australian Open, losing 6-4 6-7 (2-7) 7-5 to China's Wang Qiang in the third round.
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Star Trek: Picard might be CBS All Access’ last, best hope in the streaming war

Star Trek: Picard is off to a good start, but will it be enough to turn CBS All Access into a contender?
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Wozniacki career ends in tears with defeat at Australian Open

Caroline Wozniacki's glittering tennis career ended in tears at the Australian Open on Friday when she was dumped out by lower-ranked Ons Jabeur of Tunisia. The unseeded 29-year-old brings the curtain down on a career that saw her win 30 WTA titles, with her sole Grand Slam triumph coming in 2018 at Melbourne Park. Wozniacki, who made her professional debut in 2005, was given a rapturous reception by the Melbourne Arena crowd and was embraced by Jabeur.
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United States: A Court-Side Seat: January 2020 Environmental Rulings Of Interest - Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

January has been a busy month for the Fifth Circuit, which has issued a number of significant rulings.
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United States: 2020 Directors Conference - Pryor Cashman LLP

Partner Pinchus Raice will be speaking at the Independent Bankers Association of NYS' 2020 Directors Conference.
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NJ patient doesn't have deadly coronavirus, hospital says

Hackensack University Medical Center said a patient was evaluated and is not infected with the coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China.         [Author:]
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Brazil: Brazil Announces It Will Adhere To The International Agreement On Government Procurement - Squire Patton Boggs LLP

On January 21, Brazil's Ministry of Economy, Paulo Guedes, announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos that Brazil will adhere to the plurilateral Agreement on...
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Psychologist Who Helped Create Interrogation Methods Says CIA May Have Gone Too Far

James Mitchell testified at a trial at Guantanamo that a man accused of helping finance the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was subjected to "excessive" abuse.
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