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· Police charge two men over Dally M betting sting →
It will also be alleged that they shared information with other individuals, who in turn placed bets with various betting agencies.
· Gabrielle Union says she felt 'singled out as being difficult' on 'America's Got Talent' →
Other alleged incidents initially reported by Variety include a white contestant who wore black gloves to transform into a black performer and reports of Union allegedly being told several times that her hairstyles were “too black” for the audience.
· Canadian court rules against Huawei exec fighting extradition →
“The essence of the alleged wrongful conduct in this case is the making of intentionally false statements in the banker client relationship that put HSBC at risk,” Holmes wrote.
· Feds charge ex-Venezuelan politician with recruiting terrorists to attack U.S. interests →
“As alleged, Adel El Zabayar was part of the unholy alliance of government, military, and FARC members using violence and corruption to further their narco-terrorist aims,” Manhattan U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said in a statement.
· Appeals court rules in favor of Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter in anti-conservative bias suit →
The suit alleged that four of tech’s biggest names “have engaged in a conspiracy to intentionally and willfully suppress politically conservative content.” It specifically cited Loomer’s ban from Twitter and Facebook, following a tweet about Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 28) →
And yet, the ruling party is busy defending her even after Lee Yong-soo on May 7 raised serious questions about her alleged misuse of donations the civic group collected.
· Social media bias lawsuits keep failing in court →
It’s convenient timing, given that President Donald Trump has spent the past day excoriating Twitter for its alleged bias.
· Pompeo told Congress Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China. Here’s what that means. →
Chinese officials claim the law is meant to target the alleged “foreign influence” China says is driving the unrest in Hong Kong.
· Trump’s press secretary votes exclusively by mail despite promoting conspiracy theories about fraud, report says →
Yet he and Ms McEnany have alleged states like Michigan — which narrowly went to Mr Trump in 2016 and helped him secure the White House — were expanding mail-in voting options without legal authority.
· Hong Kong no longer has autonomy under China, Pompeo says →
They were already high after the U.S. alleged that China covered up the coronavirus outbreak and pressured the World Health Organization from taking early action to combat it.