Monthly Archives: September 2021

‘We are coping day by day’: Argentina’s high poverty rate drops as pandemic abates

BUENOS AIRES, September 30 (Reuters) – Eduardo David Rodriguez sells bags of fruit and vegetables at a fresh produce market in Buenos Aires twice a week to make ends meet for his family. They hardly do. Rodriguez, like some four in ten Argentines, lives below the poverty line, a rate …

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OCR issues guidelines on HIPAA, COVID-19 vaccinations and the workplace

Today, the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued guidance to help the public understand when the privacy rule of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) applies to disclosures and requests for information as to whether …

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3 Reasons Wells Fargo Won’t Be Broken

Wells fargo (NYSE: WFC) landed in national headlines again recently when Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) urged the Federal Reserve to cancel the mega-bank’s financial holding license. She further asked the Fed to essentially dismantle Wells Fargo, forcing it to sell off its nonbank business units and investment banking operations, claiming …

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Burmese army takes responsibility for economic crisis

People are seen in a market after the military seized power in a coup in Yangon, Myanmar on February 2, 2021. REUTERS / Stringer September 30 (Reuters) – Myanmar’s current economic problems have been caused by “outside factors” and two waves of COVID-19 infections, but the military government is taking …

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First Nazarene to turn 75 | New

Special worship services at Walk Through Bethlehem, Mayfield First Church of the Nazarene has opened its doors, arms and heart to the community. This weekend, the church is doing it again to join in the celebration of its 75th anniversary. From 1946 with small town hall meetings to a possible …

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Bypoll checklist for bypoll voters in Kolkata

The assembly constituency of Bhowanipore in southern Calcutta will vote on Thursday. Alipore, Bhowanipore, Kalighat, Chetla, Shakespeare Sarani, Park Street, New Market and Tollygunge are part of the constituency. Offices and shops All offices and shops beyond 200 meters from the polling stations will remain open. Transport No traffic restrictions. …

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‘Varsity Blues’ mastermind Rick Singer made $ 28 million scam, listener says – Orange County Register

By Patricia Hurtado | Bloomberg William “Rick” Singer, the mastermind of the Varsity Blues University admissions fraud, has personally made nearly $ 28 million from the scheme, a government forensic accountant said. Lauren George detailed the disgraced college consultant’s earnings for the first time on Wednesday as a government witness …

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Latest coronavirus: Beijing Winter Olympics will only admit spectators from mainland China due to Covid measures

The luxury brand Hotel Chocolat, which helped lift the pandemic gloom during the dark days of the lockdown, is seeking to extend the surge in sales through its subscription service. Chocolate lovers have signed up en masse for regular deliveries to boost morale and spoil their loved ones. Subscribers pay …

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West Tisbury: fire protection and security

I watch out the window at the changing colors through the treetops and shrubs I planted in the years Mike and I had our home here in West Tisbury. Pieces of yellow and pale red, some leaves just lose their color and turn a paler green. There have been a …

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