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February 11

A fight for Ukraine's borders could maul America's own in the Arctic | TheHill - The Hill

On July 29, 1881, Navy Lt. Cmdr. George Washington De Long raised the U.S. flag on a desolate, snow-capped rocky island in the far northern Arctic Ocean. “I take possession of it in the name of the president of the United States,” he proclaimed. For the decades that followed, this roughly 60-square-mile windswept patch of land in the East Siberian Sea bore the name Bennett Island on official ...
February 10

Harvard Denies Blame Over Accessing Student Accuser's Therapy Records - The Daily Beast

This week, three women filed a lawsuit against Harvard, claiming the university failed to protect them from a renowned anthropology scholar who allegedly sexually harassed them, then threatened to destroy their careers if they came forward. One of the accusers claims that Harvard also obtained her psychotherapy records without her consent and handed them to the professor, who used them to “ga...
February 10

Notice to Creditors of Estates - Columbia Star

NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representatives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of Richland County, the address of which is P.O. Box 192, Columbia, SC 29202, on or before the date that is eight mont...
February 10

Atlanta's 500 Most Powerful Leaders in 2022: Government & Infrastructure - Atlanta Magazine

CIVIC LEADERS Leona Barr-Davenport President and CEO Atlanta Business League Leona Barr-Davenport is president and CEO of the Atlanta Business League, Atlanta’s oldest minority business development and advocacy organization. As president, she works with the board of directors to increase access to business opportunities for minorities, with specific emphasis on the development of businesses o...
February 09

Helm granted change of judge in child endangerment case - Hannibal.net

Helm granted change of judge in child endangerment caseHannibal.
February 08

Judge Pauses Eviction Amid Rent-Relief Qs - New Haven Independent

A Quinnipiac Meadows tenant struggling with a “serious mental illness” has 30 days to iron out their UniteCT application to avoid eviction — as a landlord’s attorney warned that the state rent-relief program may soon be running out of cash. That was the outcome of an eviction case hearing that took place in state housing court Tuesday. The hearing was held online via live videostream before s...
February 07

Black Workers Say Racism Is Rampant Inside Tesla. Now California Is Suing. - The Daily Beast

Last week, former Tesla employee Kaylen Barker filed a lawsuit against the electric carmaker for allegedly disregarding her complaints of racial discrimination, saying that “being a Black worker at a Tesla’s renowned California factory, is to be forced to step back in time and suffer painful abuses reminiscent of the Jim Crow Era.” The 25-year-old, who is Black and gay, claims a white coworke...