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New York Attorney General Letitia James to announce findings of Trump Organization tax evasion investigation

NEW YORK (WABC) — New York Attorney General Letitia James plans to announce the findings of the Trump Organization fraud investigation on Wednesday. James previously said his office uncovered evidence that former President Donald Trump’s company was using “fraudulent or misleading” asset valuations for tax advantages. “Thus far, in our …

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Asia Pacific Islanders and Hawaiians find unity in new organization of civility

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — Besides Honolulu, Las Vegas has the largest population of Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders and a new initiative is empowering and educating them to work together. “Our Hawaiians, our Pacific Islanders, our natives, our Asian community and Hispanics too to step forward and help people …

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Casebier grateful for new Habitat home after long process; organization modernizing its builds

Hayli Casebier stands in her new home with Jeremy Stephens, executive director of the local Habitat for Humanity chapter. | Photo by Ryan Richardson Hayli Casebier was all smiles on Wednesday afternoon as she stood in her new home on West 5th Street. The 27-year-old Owensboro resident is the latest …

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Video, Audio, Photos and Transcript Rush: Governor Hochul and the National Urban League Announce Urban Empowerment Center Progress at Coronation Celebration in Harlem

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul joined National Urban League leaders for a coronation celebration to mark the progress of the Urban Empowerment Center, the League’s future Harlem headquarters. The event took place on the fourth floor of the building, which will house the Urban Civil Rights Museum, New …

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Detroit Lions Reacts results: Fans confident the organization is on the right track

The hype surrounding the Detroit Lions is as high as it has been for the past decade. The team had a successful second offseason, people across the country fell in love with coaches and players because of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” and approval polls for coach Dan Campbell and general manager …

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Bannon surrenders to New York authorities for money laundering : NPR

Steve Bannon, former adviser to then-President Donald Trump, arrives at the New York District Attorney’s Office for surrender on September 08, 2022 in New York City. Bannon faces a criminal charge that mirrors the federal case for which he was pardoned by Trump. David Dee Delgado/Getty Images hide caption toggle …

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Director of gender studies selected as first democracy researcher of the 21st century

University of Arkansas With the goal of embracing democratic engagement and civic education through arts education and community engagement, INTERFORM has appointed Gender Studies Program Director and Communications Professor Lisa Corrigan, her first 21st Century Democracy Fellow. CEO Robin Wallis Atkinson said, “INTERFORM is so …

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Mario Jimenez III takes the helm of Common Cause New Mexico; Heather Ferguson Moves to National Organization

New CCNM Executive Director Mario Jimenez, III CCNM News: Mario Jimenez, III, is set to become the new executive director of Common Cause New Mexico (CCNM). Jimenez served as Campaigns Director for CCNM. Jimenez led many legislative efforts in New Mexico, including reforms to the electoral process through his previous …

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Labor board rejects Amazon’s objections to labor victory

Comment this story Comment Federal labor regulators will overrule Amazon’s objections to a historic union victory at one of the e-commerce giant’s New York warehouses. In April, the Amazon Labor Union (ALU) became the first to win an election at Amazon, but the company suspended proceedings during a months-long objection …

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New report exposes climate impacts of cruel factory-farmed meat

NEW YORK, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New research, titled, Climate change and cruelty commissioned by a global non-profit animal protection organization, World Animal Protection has revealed the true impact of factory farming on our planet, finding that the continued expansion of factory farming will put the achievement of the …

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Diaspora minister calls for new paradigm in Israel’s ties with Jews abroad

Diaspora Minister Nachman Shai on Sunday called for a reversal of thinking about Israel’s relationship with the Diaspora from how Jews abroad can help Israel to how Israel can help them. Shai made the remarks at an event in Basel, Switzerland, hosted by the World Zionist Organization, marking the 125th …

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2022 Atlanta United Academy Dinner: Celebrating New Beginnings

Usually when we celebrate milestones, we tend to celebrate the end. In high school and college, we end our journeys with homecomings, proms, and graduations. But at Atlanta United, and for the ATL UTD Academy in particular, it’s important to celebrate the start. At the start of each Academy season, …

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PGA Tour, LIV Golf battle enters Star Wars ‘Return of the Jedi’ phase

ATLANTA — Just over six months have passed between Phil Mickelson bragging that players have “leverage” on the PGA Tour and the revelation Wednesday at East Lake Golf Club that proved the greatest leverage belonged to those who remained, whose loyalty rose in value as the pace of defections to …

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Massive donation of black money: New conservative group got $1.6 billion from a single donor

The nonprofit, Marble Freedom Trust, received the stock contribution and then funneled more than $200 million to other conservative organizations last year, according to a tax form obtained by CNN from from the IRS. Marble Freedom is led by Leonard Leo, the co-chairman of the conservative Federal Society, which advised …

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8 USC splinter fraternities form new council

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The number of fraternities that have disaffiliated from USC has risen to eight, and splinter groups have formed their own organization called the University Park Interfraternity Council. What do you want to know Eight USC fraternities that disaffiliated from the university, forming their own organization called …

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Salesforce’s new organizational chart under Bret Taylor and Marc Benioff

Salesforce recently underwent a reorganization that elevated Brian Millham to COO. A leaked organizational chart shows key reports to co-CEOs Bret Taylor and Marc Benioff. Bret Taylor, named co-CEO last year, oversees 11 top executives, while Marc Benioff has two. Since joining Salesforce when he bought his startup Quip in …

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LUNGevity Launches New Gateway for Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients

Specialized resource offers small cell lung cancer (SCLC) patients and their caregivers access to treatment information, informative webinars, the latest scientific news and a supportive community WASHINGTON, August 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LUNGevity Foundation, the nation’s leading nonprofit focused on lung cancer, has launched the Gateway for patients with small …

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Minnesota Disability Organization Opportunity Partners Opens New Center

Opportunity Partners – Karlins Center Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate the Opening of a New Disabled Adult Day Venue PLYMOUTH, MN, USA, Aug. 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Opportunity Partners, a Minneapolis-area nonprofit serving adults with disabilities, has opened a new location for its Karlins Center, offering day and enrichment services for …

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Fugitive MS-13 gang member extradited from El Salvador to face racketeering and murder charges on Long Island | USAO-EDNY

José Jonathan Guevara-Castro, also known as “Suspechoso” (Guevara-Castro), alleged member of the violent transnational criminal organization La Mara Salvatrucha, also known as “MS-13”, and fugitive from the justice, was extradited yesterday from El Salvador to the United States. Guevara-Castro, who was arrested in Acajutla, Sonsonate, El Salvador on August 13, …

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Charter a new course with the ESG framework

Every few years, organizations have the opportunity to pause, reflect, and chart a new course. Strategic planning provides this opportunity. Strategic planning best practices include assessing your organization’s current state, aligning with a vision for the future, establishing key performance indicators to measure your success, and mapping milestones to guide …

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Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. sat for depositions as part of New York probe into Trump Organization finances

Trump Jr., who leads the Trump Organization with his brother Eric Trump, did not affirm the Fifth Amendment and answered questions from the state, one of the people said. It is not known what he was asked or how he answered the questions. Former President Donald Trump is expected to …

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New research reveals risk factors for business success in a post-pandemic world

Economist Impact survey of 2,000 business leaders, sponsored by Cognizant, shows top challenges include competing priorities, valuing technology investments, downsizing talent and skills, and pursuing ESG actions About 90% of respondents cited competing strategic imperatives, including data-driven ways of working, digital business models, and aligning operations with these new ways …

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What the New York polio case tells us about the end of polio

No one who studies poliomyelitis knew more than Albert Sabin, the Polish-American scientist whose vaccine against the debilitating disease has been used around the world since 1959. Sabin’s oral vaccine confers lifelong immunity. It has a downside, which Sabin, who died in 1993, fiercely disputed: In rare cases, the weakened …

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The 8 economists who decide whether the United States is in a recession

Comment this story Comment Democrats and Republicans began to question whether the U.S. economy is in a recession ahead of key data releases on Thursday. But the official statement will ultimately fall to a little-known group of economists selected by the National Bureau of Economic Research called the “Business Cycle …

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Russian investigator says he wants a new court for Ukraine

July 25 (Reuters) – The head of Russia’s investigative commission said Moscow had charged 92 members of Ukraine’s armed forces with crimes against humanity and proposed an international tribunal backed by countries including Bolivia, Iran and Syria. The government’s Rossiiskaya Gazeta quoted committee head Alexander Bastrykin on Monday as accusing …

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Tabernacle Choir Appoints New Executive Director

Alan D. Johnson has been appointed general manager of the Tabernacle Choir in Temple Square. The position was created in a series of structural changes that began when President Michael O. Leavitt and his advisers, President L. Whitney Clayton and President Gary B. Porter, were called in August 2021 to …

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Philadelphia 76ers’ $1.3 billion project calls for downtown arena by 2031-32

5:56 a.m. ET Tim BontempsESPN The Philadelphia 76ers are creating a new development company that will lead a $1.3 billion project to build a privately funded arena in the city’s downtown core, the team announced Thursday morning. While the 76ers don’t plan to be in the arena until the 2031-32 …

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CHA plans to lease public housing land from CPS for new Near South Side High School

Chicago officials are moving forward with plans to repurpose former public housing land for a new Near South Side high school, reigniting frustrations with housing advocates who say the city is failing to deliver on its promises to black residents. Neighbors and community leaders gathered Monday to protest a vote …

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A new charity launched in Korle Gonno

Cat The Cartel Foundation, which is a charity organization, was launched in the Nii Kojo Ababio cluster of schools at Korle Gonno in Accra under the theme “Let’s make a difference with charity”. The Foundation was started by National Chief Imam Dr. Sheikh Osumanu Nuhu Sharubutu and Hon. Dr. Alfred …

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Portland Japanese Garden visitors mourn Shinzo Abe

People gathered at the Portland Japanese Garden on Wednesday night to remember former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was assassinated last week while delivering a speech in Nara, Japan. “I’ve had a relationship with the Abes since 2016 and to see this happen on TV to people I call …

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World Health Organization launches new app for skin safety

The American Cancer Society estimates that 3.4 million Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer in 2022. It is the most diagnosed cancer in the United States and also one of the most preventable. What do you want to know The World Health Organization has created an app to help …

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IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization

PISCATAWAY, NJ, July 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO), an international federation of leading industry groups and consortia dedicated to advancing standardized technologies to benefit industry, today announces Mr. Adam Newman as its new President effective July 11, 2022, replacing of the outgoing …

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2021 Annual Statistical Report on United Nations Procurement – World

Attachments UN SUPPLY REACHES NEW HEIGHTS AS HEALTH SUPPLY Booms As the United Nations continued to support COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, a new report released by UNOPS on behalf of the UN system details how 41 UN organizations spent $29.6 billion. dollars in goods and services last year. The …

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Manipur-based organization promotes alternative livelihoods for poppy growers; Distribute Yongchak saplings

A non-profit organization based in Manipur – ‘The New Generation’ has worked tirelessly to initiate efforts to eradicate poppy cultivation and encourage adoption of alternative livelihoods. Expressing support for the “War on Drugs 2.0” campaign – an initiative to curb poppy production in the state; the organization distributed some Parkia …

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Ontario Highlands Tourism Organization launches marketing platform to accelerate responsible tourism recovery

Content of the article BEACHBURG — Ontario’s Highlands Tourism Organization (OHTO) has launched three marketing initiatives to support the responsible recovery and growth of tourism in the region. Content of the article “To say we’ve learned a lot over the past two years is an understatement,” says Nicole Whiting, OHTO …

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Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization plans to ‘flex’ federal funds to buy new buses

July 2, 2022, 5:19 a.m. HST Maui Bus to Queen Kaʻahumanu Mall. Maui Now photo. Maui’s metropolitan planning organization is considering the possibility of “flexing” federal highway funds to purchase new buses. Maui DFO is now accepting public comments on its 2022-2025 Federal Fiscal Year Transportation Improvement Program Revision No. …

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Non-profit Elkhorn moves into new downtown building

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – A West Douglas County nonprofit is celebrating its growth on Thursday. After 17 years of helping families with food, clothing, rent and utilities, the Christian Outreach Program at Elkhorn, or COPE, is working from its own building. COPE is the only outreach agency serving far western …

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Senators’ support for Alfredsson’s HHOF bid signals cultural shift in organization

Ottawa Senators co-founder Cyril Leeder was 6,000 feet in the air piloting a hot air balloon in France as former Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson was announced as a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee. Leeder’s anecdote, which he noted on Twitter with a ‘Where were you when Alfie entered the Hall?’ …

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New leadership announced for environmental organization Save the Sound – Connecticut by the Numbers

In a letter to Save the Sound members this week, Johnson said Schmalz “has been the driving force in cleaning up our waters, restoring our rivers and coasts, protecting endangered lands and fighting against climate change,” adding that “you deserve his energy and visionary leadership.” Schmalz was the unanimous choice …

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Deputy Chief of Mission Burger’s Remarks at the Reception Honoring the Young Presidents Organization, Southern California

Head of Residence MissionJune 22, 2022 (as prepared) Good evening, kalispera, and welcome to the residence of the American Ambassador. It is an honor to have so many distinguished guests from the United States and Greece here to celebrate our strong people-to-people ties and the fantastic economic relationship that our …

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New reporting requirements for 1099-K

Previously, receiving a Form 1099-K was relatively rare. The form, technically known as Form 1099-K Payment Card and Third-Party Network Transactions, was used to report payments received from various third-party resources. Prior to 2022, the monetary threshold to receive a 1099-K was $20,000, with 200 sales-related transactions required. Both conditions …

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Texas Republican Party includes anti-LGBT ideology in its new platform – Houston Public Media

The Republican Party of Texas adopted its latest platform on Saturday, including two sections of anti-LGBT beliefs. In the platform voted on by delegates at the party’s biennial convention, a section – titled “Homosexuality and Gender Issues” – states that “homosexuality is an abnormal lifestyle choice”. Chris Halbohn called the …

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British journalist’s remains found on Amazon, police name new suspect

SAO PAULO, June 17 (Reuters) – A forensic examination of human remains found in the Amazon rainforest confirmed on Friday that they belonged to British journalist Dom Phillips, Brazil’s federal police said, adding a search was ongoing for a man suspected of involvement in his assassination. Work is continuing to …

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AACC Elects New Officers for Terms Beginning in August 2022

WASHINGTON, June 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The AACC, a global scientific and professional medical organization dedicated to better health through laboratory medicine, is pleased to announce that Octavia Peck PalmerPhD, FAACC, was elected to serve on the AACC Board of Directors as President-Elect from August 2022. Thereafter, she will serve …

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Changes likely to be made to Little League residency rules, says organization’s CEO

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — Changes to the Little League residency rule are likely, said the president and CEO of the world’s largest youth sports organization. Boundaries would not be eliminated, but neither should they be barriers, Stephen D. Keener said Monday at the end of the four-day 28th International Little League …

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Prosecutor Tony Buzbee – Houston Texans, others to be added as defendants in lawsuit against Deshaun Watson

Tony Buzbee, the attorney representing the 24 women who filed civil lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, said his law firm will “soon join the organization of the Houston Texans and others as defendants” in the lawsuits against the quarterback. On Tuesday, The New York Times reported that the nondisclosure agreement Watson …

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The Organization | 2 new SD44 cards

Happy Pride Month! SD44-JP016 Hougyokushin Kakusei (Gem God Awakening) / Crystal Lord AwakeningQuick game spellYou can only activate 1 card with this card’s name per turn.(1) Reveal 1 “Ultimate Crystal” monster in your hand to activate 1 of these effects;WHEREIf you control an “Ultimate Crystal” monster: Activate 1 or both …

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Ex-New York cop arrested outside US Capitol with BB gun and ammo

USCP arrests man with fake ID, body armor and high capacity magazines: Courtesy of USCP A retired New York City police officer was arrested Friday morning outside the US Capitol after being found in possession of a fake law enforcement badge, BB gun, gun bullet-proof vest, ammunition and high-capacity magazines, …

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Nogales in search of new economic direction following pandemic and border policies

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva was in Nogales to present a check for $750,000 to Nogales Community Development, an organization that tries to jump-start business development and the innovation in its city center. Nogales has been hit hard economically in recent years by hostile border …

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WHO: Monkeypox won’t turn into a pandemic, but many unknowns

LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization’s top monkeypox expert said she doesn’t expect the hundreds of cases reported so far to turn into another pandemic, but acknowledged that there are still many unknowns about the disease, including exactly how it spreads and whether the suspension of mass smallpox vaccination …

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The art of managing the new mixed workforce

Coordinating a diverse workforce requires new approaches Getty The only thing that can distinguish one member of your work team from another may be a simple piece of paper – the W-2 form. (Or an equivalent wage and tax return outside the United States.) Today’s work is done by teams …

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Receive Historic Gift

(KNSI) – The Big Brothers Big Sisters of central Minnesota have 1.5 million reasons to smile right now. The organization celebrates the largest donation in its history, donated by Mackenzie Scott. The ex-wife of Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has made charitable giving a priority in recent years. Big Brothers Big Sisters …

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Palliative Care Services Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, USA – Palliative Care Services Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Palliative Care Services market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study …

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Roger Angell, longtime New York writer and publisher, dies at 101

NEW YORK – Roger Angell, the famous baseball writer and reigning man of letters who, for more than 70 years, helped define the New Yorker’s urban spirit and style through his essays, humorous articles and his editing, died. He was 101 years old. Angell died Friday of heart failure, according …

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Purdue Student Life, sports partner in the creation of the Purdue Parents & Families Club

History links Join the Parents & Families Club WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The new Purdue Parents & Families Club – created through a partnership between Purdue Athletics and Purdue Student Life – offers more ways to engage parents, families and students. …

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Edmonton Elks return with new passion on the court

Mirrors are rare at Commonwealth Stadium right now, as the Edmonton Elks do their best to forget about the short-term past and focus on any kind of future. “We’re just looking through the windshield and where we’re going,” Jones said after main camp’s opening practice in the scorching sun, during …

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Redmond art organization launches new way to exhibit more art in the community

the “Lend Me Your Walls” program to exhibit the work of artists around Redmond; art exhibition scheduled for this weekend (Update: added video, artist comments) REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) — From paintings to quilts to glassware, central Oregon is home to many talented artists, in a variety of mediums. But the …

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Sambhaji Raje launches new organization and will contest Rajya Sabha’s election as independent candidate – Punekar News

Pune, 12th May 2022: Rajya Sabha MP Sambhaji Raje has announced that he will contest the Rajya Sabha elections as an independent candidate. He spoke at a press conference in Pune. On this occasion, Sambhaji Raje also announced that he would create an organization called ‘Swarajya’ to unite people who …

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New hospital safety ratings from Leapfrog Group highlight declining patient experience in pandemic era

Data reveals additional details on impact of COVID-19 on patient safety WASHINGTON, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Leapfrog Group, a national watchdog organization of employers and other purchasers focused on healthcare safety, today released the Spring 2022 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, which assigns a letter grade to nearly 3,000 …

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New society in Nanaimo to coordinate response to social issues

A complex set of hard-to-solve social problems has worried residents and city officials for several years. These include health issues such as opioid overdoses, lack of affordable and supportive housing, need for specialized services, and crime. A new independent society is being formed in Nanaimo to coordinate efforts to address …

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Target’s New Pride Shirt Has A Historic Queer Organization Seeing Red/Queerty

A new Pride season is right around the corner, which means a whole new line of fashionable queer merchandise from Target. Unfortunately, among the adorable rainbow jumpsuits and inclusive “they/them” pin sets, there is one piece that has a historic LGBTQ organization speaking out. As part of a collaboration with …

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Lonestar 24 Hour ER partners with Austin doctor and nonprofit to deliver medical supplies to Ukraine

Donations of emergency medical supplies, equipment and medicines have been delivered to Ukrainian hospitals and the Ukrainian army. (Courtesy of Fotolia) In April, New Braunfels-based Lonestar 24 Hour Emergency Room partnered with Dr. Austin Potter and a Poland-based nonprofit to deliver approximately 100 pounds of lifesaving medical equipment and supplies …

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Beware of unwanted employee engagement metrics for ESG reporting

Story Highlights Reliable measures of employee engagement reliably predict performance Too many organizations settle for unscientific engagement metrics Only rigorous methods of engagement will lead to the success of ESG initiatives A recent Mattress Firm ad begins, “We’ve got a problem, America. Unwanted sleep.” The ad …

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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay eyes multi-year future with Matt Ryan at quarterback

INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts aren’t viewing new starting quarterback Matt Ryan as a band-aid for a year in the role, owner Jim Irsay said Saturday. The addition of Ryan from Atlanta in March could have initially been compared to when the Colts signed veteran Philip Rivers for a year in …

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Promotion for Heather Phillips | The New York Times Company

I am pleased to announce that Heather Phillips has been promoted to Senior Associate Director, Special Projects. When Heather joined Special Projects to help develop strategically important coverage four years ago, she doubled the size of my team by one person. As Editorial Director, she was a key figure in …

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New app fights deforestation and boosts profits in the Brazilian Amazon – Food Tank

Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon hit a record high earlier this year, according to Brazilian government data. The new AmazonPasto app, published by Instituto Ouro Verde (IOV), a Brazilian non-governmental organization, and the University of Exeter, aims to protect the environment and help small farmers earn a living in deforested …

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City calls for answers for small business relief program

Mayor Jon Mitchell and city officials are asking for answers from local nonprofits interested in supporting small businesses, managing federal funds to provide targeted grants and technical assistance. The small business relief program is the city’s fourth announcement of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)-funded investments designed to address the economic …

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New Hannover organization in top 10 for cigarette butt recycling

Each bucket holds approximately 8 pounds of cigarette waste, or nearly 8,000 individual butts. (Courtesy of Keep New Hanover Beautiful) NEW HANOVER COUNTY — For the past five years, Keep New Hanover Beautiful has been recycling cigarette butts in the county — and some neighboring counties — to help reduce …

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Soccer players challenge France’s hijab ban

SARCELLES, France – Every time Mama Diakité goes to a football match, her stomach clumps. It happened again on a recent Saturday afternoon in Sarcelles, in the northern suburbs of Paris. Her amateur team had come to face the local club, and Diakité, a 23-year-old Muslim midfielder, feared she would …

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Prince Edward County News countylive.ca

Council approved a draft by-law that defines the scope of the county’s new destination marketing organization to oversee marketing, promotions and visitor services in Prince Edward County. Councilors pointed out that the bylaw should include that the DMO hold open public meetings with agendas. He also decided to keep the …

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Who owns the companies destroying the rainforest in the heart of New Guinea?

New Guinea, home to the world’s third largest rainforest, also contains the world’s largest planned oil palm plantation. Covering 2,800 square kilometers (1,100 square miles), the Tanah Merah project is almost the size of the US state of Rhode Island. However, the true owners of the seven concessions that make …

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CreativeMornings breakfast conference builds community through passion – The Cavalier Daily

On Friday morning, a group of creative minds from Charlottesville tuned into a Zoom call. The goal? Have a coffee and listen to an artist talk about his journey. This is the general premise of CreativeMatins.The original idea was to unite the creative minds of New York over a free …

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Miami organization jumps into spotlight with weekend competition

It’s 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 2, and athletes from across the country are gathering in the depths of Phillips Hall at the University of Miami. These student-athletes from Ohio State University, the University of Notre Dame and even Stanford University trained for months or years, honing their craft in …

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Environmental organization sues Nylon Corporation of America

The Conservation Law Foundation filed a water quality law court case against the Nylon Corporation of America, claiming the Manchester-based company polluted the Merrimack River and breached its sewage and stormwater permits. Erica Kyzmir-McKeon, an attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation, said the company’s sewage and stormwater discharges were polluting …

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First on CNN: Republican operatives launch new group to elect GOP women governors

The group, called Right Direction Women, aims to elevate GOP women in governor’s mansions across the country at a time when only three are currently occupied by Republican women: Alabama’s Kay Ivey, Kim Reynolds from Iowa and Kristi Noem from South Dakota. . Chaired by former New Mexico Governor Susana …

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Britain’s NHS is adding nine new coronavirus symptoms to its list. Check them out!, World News

The NHS has expanded the official list of COVID-19 symptoms to include nine new ones. New symptoms include sore throat, lethargy and headache. According to the NHS website, they join the other three symptoms of a fever, new and persistent cough and loss or change of taste or smell. Read …

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How One Organization Helps Grow Cooperative Businesses in New York

Green Worker Cooperatives supports co-operative startups in the South Bronx. By Aric Sleeper Mention a worker co-op or co-op-owned business in casual conversation, and most people will scratch their heads and need clarification on the concept, despite a 36% increase in the number of co-ops operating in the United States. …

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Report from the White House Roundtable on Mental Health with Young Women and Girl Leaders

On the final day of Women’s History Month, Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice and Gender Policy Council Director Jennifer Klein hosted a roundtable at the White House with young women leading their communities in the improved mental health. Participants were joined by leaders of national girls’ rights organizations, each of …

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The future is uncertain. Here’s how to make sure your team can adapt.

As teams have struggled to adapt to new conditions in the wake of the pandemic, many have devised new, exciting and highly productive ways to communicate with each other and do their jobs. The best teams have transformed the way they work through what we call “radical adaptability”. These are …

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