OAN correspondent who is covering the Arizona election audit has been aiding the effort since at least December, documents show

A reporter with One America News Network works at a campaign rally with President Donald Trump on September 25, 2020 in Newport News, Virginia. Drew Angerer/Getty Images Christina Bobb, a correspondent for the far-right news network OAN, has been both covering the Arizona election audit and fundraising for the effort. Bobb was aiding AZ Senate Republicans with the effort as early as December, according to new documents. The controversial recount is winding down, with reports that auditors...
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European Union: EU Moves A Step Closer To Public Country-by-country Reporting Of Tax Information - Arthur Cox

This new development relates to a proposal to make country-by-country financial and tax information of certain multinational groups or standalone entities publicly available.
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Renewable crypto mining - from cow to coin

One company is trying to persuade small-scale renewable generators to mine crypto currency.
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How cow poo is powering crypto mining

One company is trying to persuade small-scale renewable generators to mine crypto currency.
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Canada: Federal Government Extends COVID-19 Wage Subsidy To September 25 - MLT Aikins LLP

Update: On June 2, 2021, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland (Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance) and the Honourable Mary Ng (Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion...
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Nicaragua arrests two more possible challengers to Daniel Ortega

Four potential challengers to President Daniel Ortega in November's election have now been arrested.
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Canada: Who Gets The Dog? Court Endorses Broader Ownership Considerations For Pets - Gardiner Roberts LLP

On a day when travelers are learning that Air Canada has barred emotional support animals from planes, it is worth remembering that in the eyes of the law pets have traditionally been treated...
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United States: Will The Real Inventor(s) Please Stand Up - Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

In Bio-Rad Labs., Inc. v. ITC, a Federal Circuit panel affirmed the U.S. International Trade Commission's (ITC) finding that Bio-Rad infringed patents...
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Biden no better at making deals than the 'former guy'.

Scott Jennings writes that the sudden end of infrastructure talks between President Joe Biden and Senate Republicans comes as no surprise: Biden was not ready to agree to the terms that the GOP was offering. His failure to come to an agreement highlights a lack of negotiation skills.
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Coronavirus Australia live update: regional Victoria Covid restrictions to ease and Melbourne out of lockdown Friday after one new case

Travel to regional Victoria likely to be barred when lockdown ends Thursday midnight and federal wages support package to be cut off. Follow updates live Victoria’s Covid lockdown restrictions explainedVictoria Covid hotspots; NSW Covid public exposure sitesCovid vaccine rollout numbers: tracking vaccination progress 4.29am BST The Reserve Bank of Australia expects there will be a last minute rush from banks to take advantage of a funding program that is due to end this month, reports AAP.It...
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Pandemic accelerated UK's shift online, says Ofcom

Online shopping soared, topping £110bn in sales, while adult sites were visited by half of over-18s.
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Covid: Greater Manchester and Lancashire in testing and vaccine push

The military is sent to help in Covid hotspots as local leaders ask for extra jabs to vaccinate faster.
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Rare gold coin sells for a whopping $18.9 million

One of the last gold coins ever struck for circulation in the US sold for a record $18.9 million in New York on Tuesday.
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Rare 'Double Eagle' gold coin sells for a record $18.9M

An exceptionally rare 1933 "Double Eagle," one of the last gold coins struck for circulation in the US, almost doubled the previous auction record when it went under the hammer in New York.
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Rare 'Double Eagle' gold coin sells for a record $18.9 million

One of the last gold coins ever struck for circulation in the US sold for a record $18.9 million in New York on Tuesday.
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United States: Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority Wins $5-Million Grant For Mobility Demonstration Program Bound To Change Lives - Taft Stettinius & Hollister

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (currently led by former Ohio 11th District Congresswoman Marcia Fudge) has selected Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA)...
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Suspected Catalytic Converter Thieves Arrested In Yuba City

YUBA CITY (CBS13) – Two people were arrested in Yuba City after being found in possession of several stolen catalytic converters, the Sutter County Sheriff’s office said on Tuesday. David Gilbert, 45, and Erin Gregg, 33, both from Yuba City, were booked into the Sutter County Jail where they both face charges of grand theft, conspiracy, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools and drug-related charges. See both mugshots below. erin-gregg Erin Gregg (credit: Sutter...
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United States: SEC Names New Acting Director For The Division Of Trading And Markets - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

The SEC named David Saltiel as Acting Director of the Division of Trading and Markets ("Division").
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United States: NFA Reminds Members Engaging In Virtual Currency Of Ongoing Disclosure Obligations - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

NFA reminded futures commission merchants ("FCMs"), introducing brokers ("IBs"), CPOs and CTAs of their ongoing disclosure and reporting requirements when engaging in virtual currency activities.
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United States: FINRA Highlights Changes To FOCUS Reporting Requirements For SBS Dealers - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

FINRA highlighted changes to the Financial and Operational Combined Uniform Single ("FOCUS") reporting requirements .
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Sen. Josh Hawley holds up Biden personnel nominee over critical race theory

Senate Republicans are holding up President Joe Biden's nominee to lead the Office of Personnel Management over concerns about her stance on critical race theory.
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United States: President Biden Expands Prohibitions On U.S. Securities Investments In "Chinese Military-Industrial Complex Companies" - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

President Joseph R. Biden signed an Executive Order ("EO") to expand the scope of prohibitions contained in EO 13959 ("Addressing the Threat from Securities Investments That Finance Communist Chinese Military Companies").
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United States: SEC Commissioner Elad Roisman Urges Consideration Of "Inevitable Costs" Of Any New ESG Disclosure Framework - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

SEC Commissioner Elad Roisman recommended tailoring disclosure requirements as a way to address the "inevitable costs" inherent in any new environmental, social and governance ("ESG") rulemaking.
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UK: Major Update To Stratford Local Land Charges Will Speed Up Process For Buyers - Shakespeare Martineau

Now found online, buyers and solicitors can purchase instant access to local land charges search results for a standardised £15 fee.
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Worldwide: British Virgin Islands Intends To Create Public Register Of Beneficial Owners By 2023 - GRATA International

As one of the anti-money laundering measures adopted in accordance with international standards, the government of the British Virgin Islands plans to create a public register of beneficial owners of companies registered there by 2023.
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NASA’s Juno spacecraft captures cool images of Jupiter’s huge moon

NASA’s Juno spacecraft this week beamed back amazing images of Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter and the largest in our solar system.
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UK: Reputation Update: Michael Sivier Wins His Appeal Against Strike Out In Rachel Riley Dispute - Simkins

Michael Sivier, a political blogger, has won his appeal against the striking out of the public interest element of his defence in a dispute with the Countdown presenter, Rachel Riley.
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Uzbekistan: Measures To Reduce State Participation In The Economy Of Uzbekistan - GRATA International

On the basis of the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On additional measures to further develop the competitive environment and reduce state participation in the economy" No.УП-6019 dated 6 July 2020...
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United States: Supreme Court Limits The Scope Of Computer Fraud & Abuse Act - Foley & Lardner

On June 3, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court significantly narrowed the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) in Van Buren v. United States.
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