Marjorie Greene pushed an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory in 2018 that a space laser ignited California's worst wildfire of all time

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., wears a "Trump Won" face mask as she arrives on the floor of the House to take her oath of office on opening day of the 117th Congress at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021 Erin Scott/Pool via AP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is under fire for a series of threats and conspiracy theories posted online years before being elected. After CNN reported threats she made to Democratic lawmakers, she deleted many of the posts. Media Matters for Am...
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January 28 coronavirus news

The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. Meanwhile, vaccinations have already started in some countries as cases continue to rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Trump and allies target Liz Cheney after impeachment vote

Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida railed against GOP Rep. Liz Cheney at the Wyoming state capitol, stirring hundreds of Trump supporters and counter protesters after she voted to impeach the former President.
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China warns Taiwan independence 'means war' as US pledges support

The warning comes days after China stepped up military activities near the self-governed island.
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Cooper: McCarthy made mockery of his own words today at Mar-A-Lago

CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses how quickly the GOP has moved on from the deadly insurrection at the Capitol and rushed back into the arms of former President Donald Trump.
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Coronavirus: Crowds torch government building as lockdown unrest continues

More than 100 people are reportedly injured in the city of Tripoli in a fourth night of protests.
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Inauguration star Ella Emhoff signs major modeling deal

Vice President Kamala Harris' stepdaughter Ella Emhoff, whose fashion choices went viral during last week's US presidential inauguration, has signed with IMG Models.
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Inauguration star Ella Emhoff signs modeling deal

Vice President Kamala Harris' stepdaughter Ella Emhoff, whose fashion choices went viral during last week's US presidential inauguration, has signed with a major modeling agency.
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China: China Trade Mark Office (CTMO) Releases Latest Statistics - Rouse

CTMO recently held a national video conference where a number of important and interesting statistics were revealed.
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India: A Minor Can Always Acquire A Property Through A Natural Guardian - Rajani Associates

If the sale is vitiated by any of the ingredients that can vitiate any contract then a bonafide claim may be made by the person challenging the sale.
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United States: Data Privacy Day Reflections – Compliance, Governance, Ethics (and AI) - Foley Hoag LLP

January 28 is Data Privacy Day, and on this 14th annual Data Privacy Day, I find myself reflecting on the question of data ethics.
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UK: What Happens To Business Interests In The Face Of Divorce? - BLM

How do the family courts treat businesses in divorce proceedings? From a corporate point of view, how should shares be dealt with?...
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UK: Robots In Care Packages - BLM

Using robots to help carers deliver care in the UK may seem like a distant reality, but in actual fact it is already happening.
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UK: Jabs For Jobs – Covid Vaccines And El/Pl Considerations - BLM

At the date of writing, there are three COVID vaccines licensed for use in the UK, offering the only realistic exit from a cycle of tightening and loosening restrictions on everyday life.
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UK: The Impact Of Covid-19 On Property Damage Claims - BLM

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause unprecedented disruption to businesses and has seen widespread disquiet for insurers faced with challenges to cover interpretation and criticism...
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Worldwide: Termination Of Contracts - Reed Smith (Worldwide)

Welcome back to our new series of ‘back to basics' blog in which we will provide posts focused on common legal issues.
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These colleges survived World Wars, the Spanish flu and more. They couldn't withstand COVID-19 pandemic.

The 140-year-old Concordia College in New York announced Thursday that it would close its doors this fall. Other colleges have made the same decision.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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United States: Recent Amendments To The FDA Laws Attempt To Clarify And Improve Existing Systems - Mintz

Although the Biden-Harris Administration that assumed control of the Executive Branch on January 20, 2021 immediately ordered a regulatory freeze of new or pending rules...
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Taiwan: Subsidiary v.s Branch Office: Which One Is The Most Tax Efficient Type When A Foreign Investor Runs Business In Taiwan? - BT Law Firm

In this article, we would compare Subsidiary and Branch Office under Taiwanese laws with regard to the tax structure, and the issue whether setting up a representative office
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United States: Does Your Business Have Its Vendors Managed For Cybersecurity? - McLane Middleton, Professional Association

Whenever a business entrusts sensitive information to its vendors, it must ensure that the vendors safeguard the information at least as rigorously as the business is required to do.
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Canada: Defamation Action Against Ontario Premier Dismissed Under Courts Of Justice Act - Gardiner Roberts LLP

Early last year, the Premier of Ontario, Doug Ford, in a highly sensationalized lawsuit was sued for defamation by a former Deputy Commissioner and interim Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial...
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China: China FDI Law Update - Security Review Of Foreign Investments - BT Law Firm

On December 19, 2020, National Development and Reform Commission, and the Ministry of Commerce of PRC have jointly released the Measures for the Security Review of Foreign Investments ...
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Malta: COVID-19 Update: New Measures - GVZH Advocates

During a press conference held on Wednesday 27th January 2021, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced new restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19 ...
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Robinhood CEO speaks to Cuomo after GameStop stock chaos

CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with Vlad Tenev, CEO of the stock-trading app Robinhood, after the company barred traders from buying shares of GameStop promoted by WallStreetBets, a popular subreddit for investors.
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Bermuda: Important Bermuda Decision Concerning The Removal Of A Trust Protector - Carey Olsen

In the matters of FA Trust and FB Trust [2021] SC (Bda) 59 Civ (6 January 2021), the Chief Justice of Bermuda has handed down an important decision ...
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Australia: Covid-19 vaccine approved, but questions remain as to safety and effectiveness - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

States and territories are expected to agree to a uniform set of national standards prior to the vaccine's rollout.
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Parenting during lockdown is exhausting, says Kate

The Duchess of Cambridge spoke about home schooling her children during a call with other parents.
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Thailand arrests 89 foreign tourists for violating Covid-19 rules

Thai police arrested 89 foreigners on suspicion of breaching coronavirus restrictions after raiding a party at a bar on a popular resort island in southern Thailand, police told CNN on January 29.
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Apple Releases Lulu Wang’s Heartwarming Short Film ‘Nian’ for Chinese New Year, Shot Entirely on iPhone 12 Pro Max

Apple tapped director Lulu Wang to showcase the cinematic features of the tech company’s latest iPhone. Wang, who wrote and directed 2019 feature film “The Farewell,” directed a new short for Apple in celebration of Chinese New Year, “Nian,” which puts a fresh twist on a well-known Chinese folktale. (Watch below or at this link.) […]
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Families of couple killed in botched Houston police raid file lawsuit against city and police department

A lawyer for one of the families said a lawsuit was filed because the statute of limitations is almost up.
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