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$1 dispute over car purchase price sparks 2-year legal battle between auto dealership, Army solider

Army Maj. Edward Kim has braved mortars, rockets and ambushes from insurgents on some of the bloodiest battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Now safely back on U.S. soil, Kim is fighting a different kind of war in a staid Los Angeles County courtroom. His enemy is Norm Reeves Honda Superstore in Cerritos, a massive auto dealership that, according to the federal government, has a history of deceptive advertising practices. At the heart of competing lawsuits between Norm Reeves and Kim is a disput...
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$1 dispute over car purchase price sparks 2-year legal battle between auto dealership, Army soldier

Army Maj. Edward Kim has braved mortars, rockets and ambushes from insurgents on some of the bloodiest battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Now safely back on U.S. soil, Kim is fighting a different kind of war in a staid Los Angeles County courtroom. His enemy is Norm Reeves Honda Superstore in Cerritos, a massive auto dealership that, according to the federal government, has a history of deceptive advertising practices. At the heart of competing lawsuits between Norm Reeves and Kim is a disput...
Tags: South Korea, News, California, Iraq, Cars, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Afghanistan, Automotive, Soccer, Military, Army, Volkswagen, Kim, Lending


10 Things I Love Sunday

Hey everyone! Here are 10 things I’m loving: 1. This dress is a major splurge for me, but I’m saving up for it. I was going to wear it to the Lady Gaga Chromatica Ball this month, but it obviously got postponed. I still think it’s amazing enough to wear next year though! 2. Following up that splurge item with these $12 shorts that are SO comfortable—I’ve been living in them. 3. I’ve heard amazing things about Pur Home, especially this laundry detergent. Pur Home is a Black-owned business, and t...
Tags: Etsy, Window Shopping, Kim, Edward, Black, Tia Mowry, Lady Gaga Chromatica Ball, Pur Home


Kim Jong-un sends aid to North Korean border city in lockdown

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered the distribution of aid to the border city of Kaesong after the area was locked down last month to fight the coronavirus, state media said on Sunday. Authorities raised the state of emergency to the maximum level for the city in July, saying they had discovered the country's first suspected virus case. A train carrying goods arrived in the "totally blocked" city of Kaesong on Friday, the official KCNA news agency reported. "The Supreme Leader has m...
Tags: South Korea, News, North Korea, China, North, Kim, Pyongyang, Kim Jong, KCNA, Kaesong


Details of Political Pressure to Persecute McCloskeys in St. Louis, Gate Details

The Charge Against St. Louis Couple for Defending their Home U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Christine Byers of KSDK in Missouri has uncovered evidence of prosecutorial misconduct by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner's office. Kim is one of the radical prosecutors who has been elected with money from George Soros linked radical leftist “Justice & Public Safety” political action committee. Gardner has drawn national attention with her decision to prosecute a St Louis couple for defending their h...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Department Of Defense, United States, Missouri, Arizona, Kim, St Louis, Black Lives Matter, George Soros, Gardner, Hinckley, St Louis Circuit, McCloskey, KSDK, Christine Byers


Kim visits North Korea flood zone, orders shelter, food aid

Leader Kim Jong Un visited parts of southern North Korea where days of torrential rains have flooded hundreds of houses and vast areas of agricultural land, state media reported Friday. The last time state media reported about Kim’s such visit was in September 2015, when he inspected recovery work at a flood-hit northeast city, according to Seoul's Unification Ministry. The Korean Central News Agency said Friday Kim inspected a town in North Hwanghae province where a water levee gave way due t...
Tags: News, North Korea, Kim, Seoul, Kim Jong, Korean Central News Agency, North Hwanghae province


Comment on tomato and fried provolone sandwich by Kim

This was a perfect summer dinner. Truly more than the sum of its parts and beautifully highlighting August tomatoes. Will make again.
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LA Councilman Jose Huizar’s trial to begin in September; he could get more than 100 years in prison

LOS ANGELES — A Sept. 29 trial date was set Wednesday for suspended Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar, who faces federal charges alleging he ran a $1.5 million pay-to-play scheme in which developers were shaken down for cash bribes and campaign donations in exchange for his support of downtown-area development projects. Prosecutors told U.S. District Judge John Walter that they expect the trial to last about 20 days and that it will involve between 40 and 45 witnesses. Walter questioned wh...
Tags: Politics, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Kim, Local News, Los Angeles City Council, Walter, Southern California, City Hall, Los Angeles City, Boyle Heights, Huizar


Serialized fiction startup Radish raises $63.2M from SoftBank and Kakao

Radish is announcing that it has raised $63.2 million in new funding. Breaking up book-length stories into smaller chapters that are released over days or weeks is an idea that was popularized in the 19th century, and startups have been trying to revive it for at least the past decade. Still, this round represents a major step up in funding, not just for Radish (which only raised around $5 million previously), but also compared to other startups in a relatively nascent market. (Digital fiction s...
Tags: Travel, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Mobile, Apps, Japan, Media, Softbank, Funding, Digital, Netflix, United States, Kim, Kakao, Wattpad, Radish


How Kim Jong Un Won the War Over North Korea’s Nukes

North Korea has nukes. They work. They can threaten American military bases and cities. Not only is the United States powerless to rid the Korean Peninsula of atomic warheads, thanks to Kim’s nukes it’s also powerless to force regime-change on Pyongyang.In short, Kim Jong Un won. That’s the chilling thesis of an eye-opening new book about North Korea’s decades-long effort to develop and deploy nuclear weapons. “There is good reason to believe that, for all intents and purposes, the Korean Penins...
Tags: News, Obama, North Korea, Iraq, Barack Obama, Iran, Panda, Hillary Clinton, United States, Kim Jong Un, Tokyo, Kim, Donald Trump, Seoul, Saddam Hussein, Pyongyang


Hawaii workers, unemployed, hope for federal relief, Green warns COVID-19 uptick could lead to shutdown, candidates gear up for final week before primary election, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Shopping in the COVID era ©2020 All Hawaii News Workers balance the need for a paycheck with the risk of contracting COVID-19. This push and pull is playing out throughout Hawaii, but perhaps nowhere near as poignantly as among Hawaii’s school and hotel workers, who have sought to delay reopenings until they are assured that workers can return to their jobs safely. Star-Advertiser.Thousands of Hawaii residents wait on federal COVID relief package decision. The federal government is still ...
Tags: Travel, Congress, Green, Hawaii, Larry Ellison, PAC, Epa, Kim, OFT, Lanai, Big Island, Maui, Josh Green, Honolulu, U S Environmental Protection Agency, West Hawaii


Giant freshwater fish attacks woman and tears a chunk out of her leg

Kim Driver was wading chest-deep in the Winnipeg River with her husband and friends when she suddenly screamed "Someone's got my leg," before being pulled underwater. Vice reports that the "someone" was a muskie, a fish that "can grow up to 6 feet long and weigh more than 50 pounds." it also has very respectable teeth. Kim fought her way to shore, and Terry and his friends shifted from disbelief to panic mode as they saw the extent of the damage along her right calf. “It completely engulfed her ...
Tags: Post, News, Kim, Terry, Ontario Provincial Police, When Animals Attack, Ravenous Creatures, Kim Driver, Winnipeg River


Comment on cheesecake bars with all the berries by Kim

Do you think I could cut the recipe in half and use a 9×9 pan? Thanks!
Tags: Food, Kim


Elk Grove Unified School District To Start School Year Through Distance Learning

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Students in the Elk Grove Unified School District aren’t the only ones experiencing butterflies for the beginning of the school year. Parents are too, as the new school year beginning on Monday will unfold at home. “It’s so much stuff, we’re concerned about it,” said Harumi Kim, a district parent. “For now, I’m struggling – how to open this or that kind of stuff.” Kim’s daughter Mai begins second grade on Monday at Arlene Hein Elementary – only with the campus closed and thro...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Kim, MAI, Elk Grove Unified School District, Learning Curve, Coronavirus, COVID, Coronavirus Education, Harumi Kim, Arlene Hein Elementary


Mail Delays Fuel Concern Trump Is Undercutting Postal System Ahead of Voting

The president’s long campaign against the Postal Service is intersecting with his assault on mail-in voting amid concerns that he has politicized oversight of the agency.
Tags: News, Obama, Kim, Postal Service, Barack, Trump, Bezos, Louis, Wyman, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Jeffrey P, Presidential Election of 2020, Postal Service and Post Offices, Postal Service (US, Deborah L


‘Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind’: Film Review

In the opening scene of “Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind,” a highly enjoyable documentary about the folk-pop troubadour of Canada, Lightfoot, now 81, sits at home with his wife, Kim, and watches clips of himself on Canadian television singing the 1965 song “For Lovin’ Me,” an ode to the arrogant adulterer he […]
Tags: Reviews, Canada, Kim, Lightfoot, Gordon Lightfoot, Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind


South Korean general sacked over defector's return

The man's departure only came to light when Pyongyang -- which insists it has not had any coronavirus cases -- announced at the weekend that a "runaway" who had returned across the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone was suspected of having the disease. Inter-Korean relations have been in a deep freeze following the collapse of a summit in Hanoi between Kim and US President Donald Trump early last year over what the nuclear-armed North would be willing to give up in exchange for a loosening of...
Tags: News, US, Kim, Donald Trump, Pyongyang, Hanoi, Demilitarized Zone


Record 109 COVID-19 cases has Hawaii officials revisiting restrictions, closing bars, tents, umbrellas may be banned from beaches, House Speaker Saiki faces election challenge, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Lt. Gov. Green displays infection numbers at July 29, 2020, press conference. Facebook Live. Hawaii sees record 109 new coronavirus cases; active infections total 624 statewide. Hawaii recorded 109 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, marking the highest daily count since the pandemic emerged in the islands in February. Star-Advertiser.After 109 new cases in a single day, state considers reinstating some COVID-19 mandates. Hawaii reported a jaw-dropping 109 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, ...
Tags: Travel, Global, Green, Hawaii, House, Kim, Pacific, Hawaii Island, Hawaiian Airlines, Maui, Josh Green, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now


LA City Councilman Jose Huizar indicted on 34 counts in corruption probe

Suspended Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar was indicted Thursday, July 30, by a federal grand jury on 34 counts alleging he ran a pay-to-play scheme in which developers were shaken down for cash bribes and campaign donations in exchange for his help getting high-rise projects through the city’s approval process. The indictment incorporates allegations made in last month’s criminal complaint that charged Huizar, 51, of Boyle Heights, with one count of conspiracy to violate the Racketeer In...
Tags: Crime, News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, New Jersey, Las Vegas, Kim, Portland Oregon, Lapd, Palm Springs, City Hall, San Bernardino, Los Angeles City


The Audible Ep. 120 | Breaking Down The Defensive Backs

Kim and John take a look at the loaded Dolphins secondary and discuss who they are most excited to watch for this season. The guys also take a trip around the NFL and break down the latest news and notes from the rest of the league. The Au
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The Royal Mafia hit squad, the Royal heir and the Royal hair, in this week’s dubious tabloids

But now they’ve become something altogether more sinister: a Mafia mob. The Queen is evidently capo di tutti capi, and this organized crime boss knows no limits, if this week’s tabloids are to be believed. “Royals Put Hit on Epstein Madam!” screams the ‘Globe’ cover story, claiming that The Queen has marked for death pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s lieutenant Ghislaine Maxwell. “They killed Andrew’s pervert pal in prison too!” the ‘Globe’ reminds readers about Epstein's jail cell “suici...
Tags: Post, UK, Hollywood, London, News, US, America, Britain, Brooklyn, Sun, James Bond, Beverly Hills, Prince Charles, Prince William, Royals, Diana


Questions remain about the future of reopening Hawaii tourism during COVID-19

While we await the details of Hawaii’s pre-travel testing, many questions remain. Here are the latest updates from Hawaii’s officials along with questions many of our readers have. Hawaii is experiencing record high COVID-19 cases For three days in a row last week, Hawaii recorded new record high numbers of COVID-19 cases. The highest daily number so far is 73 cases recorded on July 25th. Through July 28th, Hawaii has recorded 1,757 cases with most of those (1,429 cases) being on Oahu. “Travel ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Hawaii, Kaiser, Kim, Cvs, Maui, Honolulu Star Advertiser, Hara, Hawaii Big Island, CVS Walgreens, General Hawaii, Coronavirus COVID 19, Oahu Travel


Hawaii-Japan travel bubble on the horizon, schools may delay reopening, Honolulu may close bars amid COVID-19 outbreak, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Waikiki street scene pre-COVID ©2019 All Hawaii News Travel Bubble With Japan Inches Closer To Reality. Hawaii is among a dozen destinations that received the green light for travel by Japan’s government, but no date is set. Civil Beat.Hawaii is included on Japan’s list of travel sites. Hawaii officials have been working for months on forming a “travel bubble” with Japan that allows for relaxed travel restrictions between the two destinations as a way to help tourism safely start reboundi...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Hawaii, Kim, Kilauea, Chinatown, Lanai, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Department Of Education, Doh, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Board of Education, West Hawaii


Startups like Instawork, Jitjatjo, and SnapShyft soared as the gig economy took off. Now many staffing apps are facing 'the lowest of the lows' as COVID crushes the businesses they serve

Staffing startups like Wonolo, Instawork, and Jitjatjo run apps that help temp workers find gigs at places that frequently need extra hands, like restaurants, warehouses, and hotels. Many of these startups are experiencing turbulent times as COVID-19 kills demand from their customers in industries that are affected by government shutdown orders, or by patrons' fears of  exposure to the virus. Wonolo CEO Yong Kim said business initially fell during the pandemic, but a boost in demand for essent...
Tags: Cdc, New York City, San Francisco, Trends, Indianapolis, United States, Pizza Hut, Kim, Wood, Bay Area, Yong Kim, Scottsdale Arizona, Chatfield, Wonolo, Shiftgig, Snapshyft


New statues stoke sensitivity between South Korea, Japan

A pair of new statues in South Korea of a man kneeling in front of a girl symbolizing a victim of sexual slavery by Japan’s wartime military is the latest subject of diplomatic sensitivity between the countries, with Tokyo’s government spokesperson questioning whether the male figure represents the Japanese prime minister. Kim Chang-ryeol, owner of a botanic garden in the mountain town of Pyeongchang, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he canceled an unveiling ceremony for the bronze sta...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, News, Tokyo, Associated Press, Kim, South Korea Japan, Pyeongchang, Kim Chang


Escape to North Korea: Defector at heart of COVID-19 case fled sex abuse investigation

Last week, a 24-year-old defector returned to North Korea the way he left in 2017, authorities say, but with a coronavirus pandemic raging in the background this time, his illicit trip drew far more attention. Facing a sexual assault investigation, Kim evaded high-tech South Korean border control systems by crawling through a drain pipe and swimming across the Han River to the North on July 19, the South Korean military has said. Kim's story as a defector begins and, so far, ends in the city o...
Tags: News, North Korea, Kim, Kaesong, Han River


'No more war' thanks to North Korea's nuclear weapons, Kim says

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he believes his country will no longer need to fight wars because its nuclear arsenal guarantees its safety, according to North Korean state media.
Tags: Asia, News, North Korea, Kim Jong Un, Kim


Coronavirus outbreak in North Korea poses threat to Kim Jong Un

The ruling Kim dynasty of North Korea has for decades predicated their regime on the notion that only they can protect the Korean people from the outside world, be that capitalists, the United States or other hostile forces.
Tags: Asia, News, North Korea, United States, Kim Jong Un, Kim


A North Korean coronavirus outbreak might be the biggest threat Kim Jong Un has ever faced

The ruling Kim dynasty of North Korea has for decades predicated their regime on the notion that only they can protect the Korean people from the outside world, be that capitalists, the United States or other hostile forces.
Tags: North Korea, Cnn, United States, Kim Jong Un, Kim


North Korean coronavirus outbreak might be the biggest threat Kim Jong Un has faced

The ruling Kim dynasty of North Korea has for decades predicated their regime on the notion that only they can protect the Korean people from the outside world, be that capitalists, the United States or other hostile forces.
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