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Is America a nation or two? | Moran

Everyone here in the Montclair People’s Republic wears a mask, and if you walk a few blocks, you’re bound to see a sign or two supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. When Donald Trump finally lost Georgia, the news sparked an ecstatic parade of horns that lasted for hours. That …

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NCUA bans two former credit union employees

Official seal of the NCUA. (Source: NCUA) The NCUA has banned two former employees from participating in the business of any federally insured financial institution. Vanessa Anderson-Hollins, a former employee of the $ 5.3 million Port of Houston Warehouse Federal Credit Union in Houston, accepted a restraining order for allegedly …

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Bankers Healthcare Group buys a stake in Simple Admit; Increases the presence of patient loans

“This investment positions both BHG and Simple Admit for continued growth and delivers solutions that benefit the healthcare industry. We are delighted to partner with a healthcare technology pioneer like Simple Admit, ”said Al crawford, co-founder / chairman / managing director of BHG. the BHG patient financing program, Loan to …

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Boris Johnson pledges to admit 3 million Hong Kong people to UK

LONDON – Prime Minister Boris Johnson upped the ante on Wednesday in a showdown with China, promising to allow nearly three million Hongkongers to live and work in Britain if Beijing moves forward with a new national security law on former British colony. Mr Johnson’s offer, made in a column …

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Colin Kaepernick Netflix Series Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Nick Offerman – Deadline

Mary-Louise Parker and Nick offerman were selected to play the role of foster parents of the activist and former NFL star quarterback Colin Kaepernick in the Netflix limited series Pollock in black and white by Kaepernick, Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Ava DuVernay. Created by Kaepernick and Duvernay and written …

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Increase in pregnancies among 10-14 minors, social support necessary: ​​POPCOM

“Jessy” 16 years old, takes care of her baby inside their house in a permanent apartment building in Bgy. Smokey Mountain, Tondo Manila, May 9, 2018. For many families, teenage pregnancies seem to be a staple of slum growth. While the government is doing all it can to ensure their …

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Faculty Profile: Atika Khurana, Prevention Science Program

Teens are known to quarrel with their parents, resist authority, and make decisions that amaze adults. But “there is a reason for this conflict,” says Atika Khurana of the Psychology Department of Counseling and Social Services. Taking risks, making mistakes, and learning from life experiences are all part of the …

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Belize is mobilizing to prioritize the health challenges facing its young people

Jared Cain, 18, from southern Belize City, Belize, knows the sound of gunfire all too well. “In the last two or three weeks alone, there have been several shootings in my neighborhood,” said Cain, a member of the Belize Children’s Advisory Body and the Belize Family Life Association Youth Advocacy …

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Private Equity and Asia (2)

HAPPY Lunar New Year and Advanced Valentine’s Day to my readers! How do private equity or private equity firms work? Given their goal of profit, they have certain standard practices that are necessary for an active investor to help ensure increased profits and return of capital. Please note that this …

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Human rights activists discourage World Bank from lending money to Tanzania.

The World Bank is about to approve a $ 500 million educational loan to the Tanzanian government to improve the quality of education in the southern African country. The fund includes provisions for alternative programs as opposed to regular education for pregnant teenagers, teenage mothers and dropouts. However, various activists …

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