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Restrictions may be loosened even further for John Hinckley

A lawyer for John Hinckley Jr. is discussing a possible agreement with U.S. attorneys that would substantially reduce conditions imposed on him after his release from a Washington mental hospital in 2016, according to discussions at a federal court hearing on Wednesday.

Political scam calls on the rise this election season Political scams are expected to increase as U.S. presidential election nears.

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Scammers are opportunists who take advantage of whatever is in the news or being chatted about on social media. It’s common around this time of year to receive phone calls from political pollsters asking questions about who you plan to vote for, and scammers mimic those legitimate calls.

Despite military wins against extremists, Iraq’s combat against terrorism is ‘far from won’, says President Salih

“If we have defeated the terrorists militarily, the war is far from won,” the President told the Assembly’s annual debate, being held virtually this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Indeed, he said, Iraq’s war against terrorism was continuing. Mr.

Noble descendant of Henry Dundas calls in to defend ancestor in street renaming debate

It’s a rare if unprecedented day at city hall when nobility calls in to make their case on local policy. But that’s what happened on Wednesday when Bobby Dundas, 10th Viscount Melville, called in to Mayor John Tory’s executive committee from the U.K. to make the case for his ancestor Henry Dundas as....

Extend CERB and provide paid sick leave if you want our votes, Singh tells Trudeau

OTTAWA - NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says his party hasn’t decided whether it can vote to support the minority Liberal government’s throne speech. He says he wants to see the Liberals to abandon plans to phase out the $500-a-week Canada Emergency Response Benefit for those thrown out of work by the....

John Turner got young people into politics

Canadians of former Prime Minister John Turner’s generation are mourning the loss of a giant of their times: a man larger than life; a person of great accomplishment. Had Pierre Trudeau not existed, John Turner would have been the unquestioned celebrity of Canadian politics throughout the 1960s and ‘70s.

Death of Nicholas Leonard, founder editor of Irish Times business section

, who established the business and finance section of Ireland’s first full-time business journalist when he was recruited by the newspaper in 1963 at the age of 23 to edit the first daily financial section in any Irish newspaper. It was a time when Seán Lemass was promoting a new outward-looking....

Ivory Coast to free opposition leader's allies in pre-vote peace gesture, spokesman says

ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Seeking to calm tensions in Ivory Coast ahead of a presidential election, the authorities plan to release associates of opposition leader Guillaume Soro who have been held in detention for months, a government spokesman said on Wednesday.

US appeals court in Denver eyes American Samoa citizenship

DENVER Whether people who live in territories controlled by the U.S. automatically become citizens under a constitutional amendment that secured citizenship for freed slaves was a major focus of arguments Wednesday in a federal appeals court in Denver in a case seeking citizenship rights for residents of American Samoa.

Job training agency offers new incentives for local employers, workers The Workforce Alliance is offering a broad range of programs for workers in need of training, and for employers willing to train.T ...

The Workforce Alliance is offering a broad range of programs for workers in need of training, and for employers willing to train. The Workforce Alliance will reimburse up to 75 percent of wages for providing on-the-job training to new hires in full-time, permanent positions filled by workers displaced by COVID-19-related closures or layoffs.

France trying to stop people crossing the Channel, Calais MP says

He said French police officers are trying to stop them from making the night-time crossings, telling France 24: “We try in France to prevent this crossing because first we need to save lives.” He was speaking after a wave of people took advantage of calm seas in the Channel, with hundreds intercepted as they headed towards Britain on Tuesday.

Dan Andrews has promised to ease more coronavirus restrictions. Here's what the experts think

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is considering further easing of the coronavirus restrictions on Sunday, when Melbourne should meet the criteria to move to step 2 of the roadmap out of COVID-19. Key points: Mary-Louise McLaws says Victoria needs to get case numbers down to five cases per day;....

'There's got to be a reason to get out of bed and come into the office': Can employers lure workers back from their homes?

More than half of Australia's office real estate isn't being used, as desk dwellers continue to work from home. Key points: Office occupancy rates are closely linked to the ongoing threat from COVID-19, with Melbourne's CBD abandoned and Darwin returning towards normality; Surveys generally show....

Quebec releases scathing reports into long-term care homes where dozens died

MONTREAL — A report into a private long-term care home in suburban Montreal where dozens of residents died during the COVID-19 pandemic in March and April accuses the owners of organizational negligence. The Quebec government released the report into Residence Herron today, as well as a separate....

Ontario to move standardized testing online, will pilot some testing this year 0

TORONTO — Ontario says it intends to move its annual standardized school tests online and has started to search for a company to develop a platform for them. Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), which creates and administers the assessments, started the procurement process today.

Opinion How economics tested positive for COVID-19 Laurence B. Mussio and Douglas J. Porter September 23 Updated

Laurence B. Mussio is a senior Canadian business historian and co-founder of the Long Run Initiative (LRI). Doug Porter is chief economist at BMO Financial Group. Economic and financial crises force us all to think differently. We think about what happened and why. We think of what we have lost and how to adapt: a new normal, a 2.

EU research group talks up access control, biometrics in healthcare

A European Union-funded innovation project called Panacea is showing biometric access control software tools that would be a part of... The post EU research group talks up access control, biometrics in healthcare first appeared on Biometric Update.

Eric Trump must testify in New York probe before election, judge rules

NEW YORK >> Eric Trump must testify in a New York investigation into his family’s business practices before the November presidential election, a judge ruled today, rejecting his lawyers’ claims that his “extreme travel schedule” on the campaign trail warranted a delay.

Dzifa Gomashie expresses disappointment ...

The National Democratic Congress Parliamentary candidate of Ketu South for 2020 elections Hon Ablah Dzifa Gomashie has expressed disappointment at president Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the ruling New Patriotic Party government for the continuous closure of the land borders without consulting the relevant stakeholders.

EU's new migration pact hopes to 'share ...

The European Union has unveiled a new migration pact intended to share the responsibility for asylum seekers more evenly among member states. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the measure would strike a "reasonable balance" with all member sharing the "benefits" and "burdens" of the migration crisis.

Kitchener drive-thru COVID-19 testing site closed Wednesday due to overwhelming demand

WATERLOO REGION — The drive-thru COVID-19 testing clinic in Kitchener was closed on Wednesday due to overwhelming demand and abusive behaviour from people waiting in the long line. “There was an extreme amount of cars that showed up this morning, starting to line up at three o’clock in the morning,”....

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At this year’s CORA Book Trek at the Lagos Book and Art Festival (LABAF) anchored by Thecla Wilkie via webinar, the former Ogun State Governor and veteran journalist, Chief Olusegun Osoba, was a guest author. Osoba, who read from his autobiography Battlelines , during the interaction, speaks on why Gen.

Rainstorm: Kwara distributes palliatives as AbdulRazaq visits victims

Our Reporter. Kwara Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Wednesday toured the Ilorin metropolis where last weekend’s rainstorm blew off the rooftops of hundreds of residential and commercial buildings and rendered thousands homeless. The tour coincided with delivery of food palliatives to Kwara North....

Linemen Power America Through Pandemic

The M12 FUEL™ HATCHET™ 6-in. Pruning Saw Kit can cut 3-in. hardwoods, and delivers up to 120 cuts per charge. This electric pruning saw is designed to meet the ergonomic, performance and durability needs of landscape maintenance professionals. Weighing less than 5 lbs and featuring a compact design,....

FG approves award of $1.9m Rail Line to link Nigeria to Niger Republic

by Tosin Omosowon The Federal Government on Wednesday approved the sum of $1.9million for the construction of a rail line that will link Nigeria to the Niger Republic. READ ALSO: gathered that the rail line is expected to run from Kano through Katsina and will be linked with the Maradi rail line in the neighboring West African nation.

Annual local elections in Derby are here to stay - at least for now

There will be no change in how often Derby people go to the polls in local elections after a motion to move to a four-year cycle was defeated by 30 votes to 19. The vote followed a robust debate which saw the Conservative group attempt to add an amendment to the motion to defer a decision, which was....

U.S. EPA Selects Organizations in the Pacific Southwest to Receive Pollution Prevention Grants

SAN FRANCISCO – Today, during Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the selection of 42 organizations across 39 states to receive grant funding totaling $9.3 million, supporting pollution prevention across the country.

Idaho, Oregon, Washington and partners to receive nearly $1 Million in EPA Pollution Prevention Grants

SEATTLE – During Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is announcing the selection of 42 organizations across 39 states to receive grant funding to support pollution prevention across the country. These grants will fund local projects that provide businesses and....

EPA awards Montana State University grant funding to prevent pollution

BOZEMAN – Today, during Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that Montana State University (MSU) is a recipient of $498,217 in grant funding to support pollution prevention activities. The grant funding will help MSU provide support to Montana’s small businesses in the food and beverage industry.

EPA Selects the Kentucky Department of Compliance Assistance to Receive $192,000 in Pollution Prevention Grants

FRANKFORT (September 23, 2020) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) intends to award the Kentucky Department of Compliance Assistance $192,000 as part of larger grant funding package to 42 organizations across 39 states totaling $9.3 million that will support pollution prevention (P2) projects across the country.

EPA awards Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment grant funding to prevent pollution

News Releases from Region 08 EPA awards Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment grant funding to prevent pollution. DENVER – Today, during Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment....
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