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Yeezy was ordered to pay close to $1 million as part of a settlement on a lawsuit over their advertised shipping speed

Neil Mockford/GC Images Yeezy settled to pay $950,000 over a civil lawsuit over shipping. California sued the company last month and said it violated the state's business code. The state requires that items purchased online to be shipped within 30 days. Yeezy Apparel will pay $950,000 to settle a civil lawsuit that alleged the company had engaged in unlawful behavior over shipping, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon said in a statement on Monday. The company founde...
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Opinion: The cure for Biden's approval woes

President Joe Biden's approval ratings have been sinking for months, and last week's election results felt like a slap in the face to Democrats. To hear some of the analysis, you'd think the Biden's presidency is done. Don't believe it.
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The cure for Biden's approval woes

Frida Ghitis writes President Joe Biden's low approval ratings have little to do with his policies, and everything to do with his lack of selling his successes to the American people.
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SpaceX returns 4 astronauts back to Earth, ending nearly 200-day flight

A team of astronauts safely splashed down off the Florida coast late Monday, setting the stage for the next crew to launch from Kennedy Space Center.       [Author: Florida Today]
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Cladding: Why must flat owners pay the bills, asks Gove

The housing secretary says the government has a responsibility to help remove dangerous cladding.
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Post Malone Replaces Travis Scott in Headlining Slot at Day N Vegas Festival

Post Malone has replaced Travis Scott as a headliner for this weekend’s Day N Vegas festival, promoter AEG announced in social media posts Monday night. Scott, whose career is in crisis as a result of the deadly calamity Friday night at his Astroworld Festival in Houston, had remained on the schedule posted on the Las […]
Tags: News, Aeg, Houston, Travis Scott, J. Cole, Post Malone, Scott, Malone, Day N Vegas, Astroworld Festival


United States: Health Care Providers Face Short Deadline To Comply With CMS Vaccine Mandate - Phelps Dunbar

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released an Interim Final Rule with comment period on Nov. 4 that mandates the COVID-19 vaccine for eligible staff at most health care facilities.
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United States: Here At Last: OSHA Vaccination Rules Issued For Large Employers - Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green

President Biden announced his Path out of the Pandemic on September 9, 2021, outlining a 6-part strategy to ensure continued progress on the path to recovery (public health and economic) from COVID-19...
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Watch families reunite at the airport after US lifts travel ban

The United States opened its borders to vaccinated international travelers after nearly 20 months. CNN spent the day in three US airports talking to travelers and their families about what it's like to be able to see one another again.
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United States: Increased Scrutiny Has Boards Of Directors In The Hot Seat (Podcast) - Sidley Austin LLP

Life is getting harder for boards of directors of public companies. Increased scrutiny of companies — particularly in heavily regulated industries — has led to greater risk of criminal and civil liability.
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United States: The Private Employer COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Is Here: What Employers Need To Know - Dickinson Wright PLLC

On Thursday, November 4, 2021, the federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration ("OSHA") and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ("CMS") rolled out temporary emergency standards ("ETS")...
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India Zika outbreak sees surge of nearly 100 cases

At least 89 people, including 17 children, have tested positive for the Zika virus in a surge of cases in the Indian city of Kanpur, its health department said on Monday.
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United States: New Jersey Appellate Division Finds No Nexus Between Retailer's Mode Of Operation And Grape On Store Floor - Freeman Mathis & Gary

In Jeter v. Sam's Club, 2021 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 919 (App. Div. May 17, 2021), the New Jersey Appellate Division rejected a plaintiff's argument that the trial court erred in ruling that the mode...
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UK: The Importance Of Hydrogen Energy - Marks & Clerk

One of the key issues being discussed at COP26 is a move away from fossil-based fuels to alternative sources of energy...
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Police Give Up Search For Swimmer In Australia Double Shark Attack

It's still uncertain if Paul Millachip was attacked twice by a great white shark or attacked by two sharks.
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Cori Bush calls Paul Gosar a 'white supremacist clown' after he posted an anime edit on Twitter that depicts him killing AOC

US Reps. Cori Bush, D-Mo., (L) and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., embrace during a rally on the eviction moratorium at the US Capitol on August 03, 2021 in Washington, DC. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images Rep. Cori Bush responded to a violent anime video edit posted by Rep. Paul Gosar. Multiple House Democrats tweeted out condemnations of Gosar and the anime video edit. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she has been threatened as a US Representative several times. After Rep. Paul Go...
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CNN crew left stranded after being denied entry into this country

CNN's Matt Rivers takes a look at the latest Nicaraguan election that was reportedly won by Daniel Ortega, but global leaders around the world are calling a sham election.
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Canada: Bill 49: Cutting Red Tape That Delays Labour Mobility Opportunities In AB - MLT Aikins LLP

The pandemic has brought about an increased focus on the work that people do, and in particular, where they can do the work.
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New Zealand finally welcomes godwit two months after it was blown 2,000km back to Alaska

The bird has failed to complete the non-stop, 12,200km journey three times in the past yearA plucky migrating godwit that captured New Zealand’s attention after it was forced to make a dramatic U-turn back to Alaska after 33 hours of non-stop flight has finally touched down in the country.Every year, the Eastern bar-tailed godwits, or kuaka in Māori, make one of the longest avian migration flights in the world, travelling from their breeding ground in the Arctic, across the Pacific, to New Zeala...
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India hospital fire kills 4 newborn babies

Four of 40 infants in the newborn-care unit of a government hospital died in central India when a fire swept through the unit late on Monday, government officials said, the latest in a string of hospital fires in the country this year that have killed dozens.
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Nagaenthran Dharmalingam: Family prays as man with IQ of 69 to be executed

The drug trafficking case has sparked a rare disquiet in Singapore where the death penalty is largely uncontroversial.
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Kylie Jenner & Kardashians Respond to Astroworld Tragedy: ‘Our Family Is in Shock’

The Kardashian-Jenner family has offered their condolences on the tragedy that struck Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival, leaving eight dead and at least 300 injured from a crowd surge during Scott’s performance. Scott shares a three-year-old daughter with Kylie Jenner, and the couple is currently expecting their second child together. The beauty mogul and reality […]
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Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian West Respond to Astroworld Tragedy: ‘Our Family Is in Shock’

The Kardashian-Jenner family have offered statements on the tragedy that struck Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival, leaving eight dead and at least 300 injured from a crowd surge during Scott’s performance. Scott and Kylie Jenner share a three-year-old daughter and are currently expecting their second child together. The beauty mogul and reality star was in […]
Tags: News, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian West, Travis Scott, Scott, Kardashian Jenner, Astroworld, Kylie Jenner Kim Kardashian West


'The Voice': Kelly Clarkson throws her heels at Top 20 singer as 'ultimate sign of respect'

Kelly Clarkson lost both her shoes following Team Shelton's Paris Winningham soulful rendition of "I Wish It Would Rain" by The Temptations.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Schiff explains significance of latest Trump allies to be subpoenaed

January 6 House select committee member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) speaks with CNN's Chris Cuomo about the latest batch of subpoenas issued to associates of former President Donald Trump in connection with the deadly Capitol insurrection.
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United States: OSHA's COVID-19 Vaccination And Testing ETS: What Employers Must Know - Perkins Coie LLP

The Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued its long-awaited emergency
Tags: News, United States, OSHA, Perkins Coie LLP, COVID


I was born in a Chinese 'reeducation camp.' I'm watching history repeat itself

Nury Turkel, a Uyghur dissident born into a Chinese 'reeducation camp,' writes half a century later, China is targeting the Uyghur population with a new fervor. Democracies and nongovernmental organizations alike must do significantly more to support the Uyghur struggle -- even if it comes with an inevitable backlash from the Chinese government.
Tags: China, Cnn, Nury Turkel


Opinion: I was born in a Chinese 'reeducation camp.' I'm watching history repeat itself

I was born in a Chinese reeducation camp, where my mother was detained in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, which many Uyghurs call East Turkistan. For most of my life, I tried to forget the horrific experiences my mother and I had during my early childhood. But it seems the past is repeating itself -- and with a vengeance.
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