These 9 states will end participation in unemployment assistance programs. Their reasons vary.

At least nine states have announced that they will be ending participation in unemployment assistance programs. Here are their reasons.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Australia: Tenant protection extended further - Bartier Perry

New laws remake or extend a number of measures implemented as a result of the pandemic.
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Budget immigration costs: Australia will spend almost $3.4m for each person in offshore detention

Daily cost to taxpayers is $9,305 for each of the 239 people now held on Nauru or in Papua New GuineaWednesday’s federal budget 2021 LIVE updates and reaction: Australia politics liveBudget super changes; Explore all of our 2021 Australia federal budget coverage hereAustralia will spend nearly $812m on its offshore immigration processing system next year – just under $3.4m for each of the 239 people now held on Nauru or in Papua New Guinea.On the figures presented in Tuesday’s budget, it costs ...
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New Zealand: I have signed an agreement to lease, do I need to sign a deed of lease as well? - Cavell Leitch

What is the difference between an agreement to lease and a deed of lease?
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New Zealand: Devices in the courtroom - Cavell Leitch

Insight into device use in the modern Courtroom.
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Cruz falsely equates voting rights bill to 'Jim Crow 2.0'

CNN's Don Lemon reacts after Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) falsely compared the new House-passed voting rights bill to "Jim Crow 2.0."
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New Zealand: Privacy Act 2020: Is your workplace prepared? - Cavell Leitch

The new Privacy Act will change the way employers collect, use, and disclose the personal information of its employees.
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There were at least 11 mass shootings across the US this weekend

A gunman opened fire at a family birthday party in Colorado Springs leaving six people dead and a community in mourning. It was one of at least 11 mass shootings across the US since Friday night.
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Australia: It Depends – Should I exclude foreign persons as beneficiaries of my family trust? - Cooper Grace Ward

Link to video containing a discussion about whether you should exclude foreign persons as beneficiaries of your family trust.
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Australia: Can you be directed to take annual leave during a temporary shut down? - Hall Payne Lawyers

The answer is dependent on whether you are covered by a modern award or not.
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Texas GOP Passes Bill To Stop Teachers From Talking About Racism

"It's going to have a chilling effect on social studies and civics teachers across the state," a state rep said.
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Cameroon jails two transgender women for 'attempted homosexuality'

A court in Cameroon sentenced two transgender women on Tuesday to five years in prison for "attempted homosexuality" and other offenses after they were arrested for the clothes they wore in a restaurant, their lawyers said.
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Australia: A theoretical dilemma: can a bankruptcy trustee release a voidable transaction claim against a company he controls? - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Theoretical Conflict existed for a liquidator entering into a deed where he was also bankruptcy trustee of the sole shareholder.
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Why one Republican is leading coalition to save Cheney

Former representative Denver Riggleman (R-VA) spoke to CNN's Don Lemon about his support for Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) ahead of the House vote to oust her as conference chair.
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Australia: Take the jab or lose the job: Can employers enforce mandatory vaccines? - Holding Redlich

The FWC gives guidance regarding what employers should consider when issuing directions to be vaccinated against influenza.
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This man sold his car to help India's Covid patients breathe

Shahnawaz Shaikh -- better known as the "oxygen man" -- runs an NGO providing free oxygen to Covid-19 patients in Mumbai as India battles a devastating second wave of the virus. He even sold his car to raise funds.
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Australia: Were not gonna take it Clive! 1.5M reasons not to infringe copyright - Coleman Greig Lawyers

What happened in the recent copyright infringement case involving Clive Palmer?
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Is another stimulus check coming? Maybe if you live in California and make less than $75K.

Governor Gavin Newsom is promising checks of $600 or more to millions of taxpayers in California, "regardless of immigration status."       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Australia: Defamation - Concerns Notices - Aitken Whyte

Defamation proceedings start with issuing a Concerns Notices. What is a CN, how important is it, how is it served? What next?
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At least 35 killed in Gaza as Israel ramps up airstrikes in response to rocket attacks

Tensions between Israel and Palestinians escalated further on Tuesday as Palestinian militants in Gaza fired hundreds of rockets into Israel, which in turn ramped up airstrikes on the coastal enclave, as unrest spread to cities and towns beyond Jerusalem.
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US petrol supplies tighten after Colonial Pipeline hack

Some petrol stations run out of fuel in the US southeast as the Colonial Pipeline remains shut.
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Israel declares emergency in Lod as unrest spreads

Riots sweep Lod as unrest grows after days of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants.
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Border encounters reach 2-decade high in April, though number of unaccompanied children dips

More than 178,000 migrants were encountered at the US-Mexico border in April, a slight increase over March, for the highest one-month total in two decades, Customs and Border Protection officials announced Tuesday, though fewer unaccompanied children arrived.
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In States Cutting Unemployment Benefits, Gig Workers Have The Most To Lose

Republicans have focused on an extra $300 federal payment, but states are also cutting benefits elsewhere.
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Stephen Colbert Offers Perfect Cure For Fox News Disease In Scathing Takedown

New mock ad warns of "Foxitus" symptoms, including Tucker Carsonoma and Seanital warts.
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Colbert Offers Perfect Cure For Fox News Disease In Scathing Takedown

New mock ad warns of "Foxitus" symptoms, including Tucker Carsonoma and Seanital warts.
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Have you applied for FEMA's Covid funeral assistance program? Tell us about it

The Federal Emergency Management Agency launched a program in April to help people pay for funeral expenses for loved ones lost to Covid-19.
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Joe Biden, Amanda Gorman and Whoopi Goldberg Celebrate CARE’s 75th Anniversary at Virtual Special

As a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty, CARE reaches 70 million people in 100 countries around the world. However, it recently passed a major milestone right here in the United States. “I’m proud to announce that as of today, CARE has crossed the 6 million mark, delivering the 6 millionth CARE package right here […]
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Monstrous-looking fish normally found thousands of feet deep in ocean washed up on California beach

An unusual fish with teeth as sharp as glass and a body shaped like a football washed ashore on a California beach last week.
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1 Person Detained After Grass Fire In West Sacramento

WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – One person is under arrest, suspected of intentionally starting a fire in a nature area in the Southport community of West Sacramento. The fire happened in a grassy area near Village Parkway and South River Road. Witnesses told authorities that someone set the fire on purpose. That person was located and detained by police. The fire remains under investigation.
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