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July 2020
While spending hours cooped up in home offices, wrangling kids, staring at Zoom calls and tracking virus case numbers, it’s hard not think about how 2020 would be different had the novel coronavirus not shown up on the scene. I would have taken my daughters to see their grandparents in England in June, continued to...
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Sitting in the cockpit of their 53-foot SV Delos, anchored in the breezy Provincetown Harbor of Cape Cod Bay, Brian and Karin Trautman and their towheaded baby Sierra look about as far as a family could be from those living life on lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic. “This is really our normal,” Brian explains. “The...
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Since older Americans are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to remind Medicare beneficiaries to be vigilant and take precautions to avoid falling victim to healthcare fraud during this pandemic. We’re warning Medicare beneficiaries that scammers may try to use this pandemic to steal their Medicare number, banking information, or other personal data. Unfortunately,...
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Tinder rapist and serial sex offender Patrick Nevin has had his 12-year jail term increased by two-and-a-half years, after the State appealed the undue leniency of his sentence. he Court of Appeal yesterday described the impact on each of his victims as “nothing short of devastating”. The now 38-year-old attacked three women he met on...
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As a precaution against COVID-19, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has closed the Lost Valley Fish Hatchery in Warsaw to visitors. The hatchery will remain closed until further notice. A kids’ fishing pond at the hatchery is also closed. MDC will continue to evaluate the situation and a potential date for reopening. The front...
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In The Moment … July 31, 2020 Show 871 Hour 1 Scammers often prey upon citizens after tragedies or during difficult times. The current pandemic has some scammers working overtime.  Caitlin Christensen is the SHIINE Director for the Department of Health and Human Services in South Dakota. SHIINE is Senior Health Information and Insurance Education.  Christensen joins us this...
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_________________________ If you struggled with dating before lockdown then I’m afraid to tell you that partner hunting will probably be ten times harder with all the bars, clubs, and usual places shut where most people with low standards head to find a date. Thankfully though, you can wipe those single tears away because more people...
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A 46-year-old man was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing the head of a cow after killing the animal at a ranch in central Japan, police said. The Philippine national identified as Osualdo Alemania Galindo is suspected of slaughtering a 1.8-meter-long female cow apparently with an accomplice at a ranch in Sakahogi, Gifu Prefecture, early Friday....
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NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — So many of us are getting inundated with political emails on social media and in our inboxes as we get close to the presidential election in November, but some of that material is actually coming from scammers. We also have a warning about a dangerous new spam that uses the...
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – With many local schools turning to virtual learning, students could be spending a lot more time on the internet. A cyber crime investigator said children have unprecedented access to the internet, and soon, they might be spending more time online than ever before. He said parents play a major part in...
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North County residents, politicians and Native American tribal chairmen implored a San Diego judge Friday to reject a bid to place a man designated as a sexually violent predator — an admitted repeat child molester — into a Pauma Valley home. “We are pleading with you,” Pauma Band of Mission Indians policy director Juana Majel...
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Logan Bik The CSUN IT department informs the campus community about recent phishing email scams. The scams have used fake job offers and information on COVID-19 vaccines to entice victims into sharing their information or clicking on links. The CSUN IT department has notified the campus community of a series of email scams related to...
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Match Group, Inc. (MTCH – Free Report) is slated to report second-quarter 2020 results on Aug 4. Due to COVID-19 related uncertainties prevailing in the market, the company hasn’t provided any concrete figures for revenue guidance. Notably, Match Group expects second-quarter revenues to grow year over year but decline sequentially on a percentage basis by...
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Richard Nixon called police forces “the real front-line soldiers in the war on crime.” Bill Clinton, in his signing ceremony for the 1994 crime bill, called them “the brave men and women who put their lives on the line for us every day.” In 2018, Donald Trump described their job as follows: “Every day, our...
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NEW YORK – A priest in Queens has been arrested by the FBI for allegedly sharing sexually explicit text messages and photos with a 15-year-old boy in Westchester County. Authorities say that Francis Hughes, 65, has been charged with receiving images of child pornography. During the course of the text exchanges, Hughes told the teen...
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HOUSTON – A lot of people are looking for work right now and scammers are looking to make a buck too. They’re trying out an old scam but this time around, it has a new coronavirus twist. The old mystery shopper job offer is at least 15 years old. The high unemployment rate makes the...
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Until Netflix dropped Indian Matchmaking, its new reality TV series, the term “arranged marriage” invoked images of underage newlyweds, being dragged across a village in a bullock cart. Friends would look alarmed when I suggested my parents had had an arranged marriage where they grew up in Sri Lanka, wondering if they should check in...
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Los Angeles, July 31 California on Wednesday charged the leader of a Mexican megachurch with child rape and human trafficking, months after a court dismissed the previous allegations because of prosecution errors. Naasón Joaquín García, the self-proclaimed apostle of La Luz del Mundo, was charged with three dozen felony counts involving five women and girls...
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Teen Mom OG fans heard that Mackenzie McKee confronted her cousin who she presumed had an affair with Josh. But, it turned out he acted as a middleman for her drug deals. But now, it emerged that she also had a cheating secret tucked away. Apparently, Josh caught her out trying for a date via...
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UpdatedSeptember 26, 2018 07:57:22 On a snowy moonlit night in Transylvania, I found myself at a Roma gypsy wedding. My shock at the bride’s age — just 14 — soon gave way to awe and admiration. Photo:Perty waits for her marriage ceremony to begin. (ABC RN: Brietta Hague) Picture a community hall with fluorescent lights,...
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