The Boulder County Crisis Counseling Program offers 10 free individual or family counseling sessions.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
A federal judge ordered sanctions against the attorneys of Kari Lake and Mark Finchem in their lawsuit against voting machines.
Trump's suggestion that E. Jean Carroll was 'too ugly to rape' was too personal to be official business, appeal says
Trump's lawyers argue he can't be sued for statements he made about Carroll while acting as president in 2019.
Alex Jones files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and lists the Sandy Hook parents he owes $1 billion to as his creditors
The move comes just months after he was ordered to pay $1 billion in compensatory damages to families of the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting victims.
Intel Corp's (NASDAQ: INTC) Irish operation doled out three months' unpaid leave to up to 2,000 staff as part of cost-cutting measures. Intel offered the workers at its manufacturing division unpaid leave as part of a "voluntary time off" program, the Business Post reports. "Voluntary time off programs allow us an opportunity to reduce short-term costs and offer employees attractive time off options," Intel told Reuters, adding that manufacturing talent represents a critical element of its busin
- Motley Fool
Sam's Club and Costco are both warehouse clubs that offer a wide variety of products for sale at discount prices. While there are many similarities between the two members-only stores, Sam's Club is making certain investments that Costco isn't. Like many other companies, including Starbucks and Amazon, Sam's Club has made the decision to invest in automation while Costco hasn't been as focused on harnessing new technologies.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
This new McDonald’s in Tarrant County is a test concept that focuses on to-go orders, which includes a conveyor belt to deliver your Quarter Pounders.
The attorneys general of California, Illinois and Washington D.C. asked a federal court on Thursday for a preliminary injunction that would prevent Albertsons Companies Inc, which is being purchased by rival Kroger Co, from paying a $4 billion dividend to shareholders. The state officials said in a court filing that Kroger, which does not yet own its rival, agreed with Albertsons that Albertsons would pay the dividend at the beginning of the merger review. "Payment of the special dividend, in conjunction with the restrictions defendants' merger agreement imposes on Albertsons' ability to borrow money, likely will hamper Albertsons' ability to compete with Kroger and other grocers, leaving shoppers facing higher prices, worse service, less innovation, closure of their local Safeway or other Albertsons supermarket, or all of the above," they said in the filing.
In the hills of Tapairihua in Peru's Andes, Samuel Retamozo and other artisanal miners have found a rich seam of copper on their indigenous community's land. There's just one problem - the seam is within the site of Southern Copper Corp's planned $2.6 billion Los Chancas mine. One of the world's biggest copper miners, it also has a permit to dig in the same area.
Experts fear the consolidation of Kroger and Albertsons could give shoppers even less control over the cost of their groceries.
- Associated Press
Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper and his real estate company are the focus of a criminal investigation to see if they misused any public money in their failed effort to build a practice facility for the NFL team in South Carolina. The York County Sheriff's Office said state agents and local prosecutors are aiding its investigation, and that the probe does not mean that any crime happened. “An investigation is simply an inquiry and should not create any inference that wrongdoing has been committed by any party,” York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson and Solicitor Kevin Brackett said in a joint statement Thursday night that named Tepper and GT Real Estate, the company created to oversee the construction project.
A U.S. judge on Friday dismissed an indictment against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies Co, formally ending a criminal sanctions case that strained U.S.-China relations. Meng, whose father Ren Zhengfei founded Huawei and is the telecommunications company's chief executive, entered an agreement with U.S. prosecutors last year for the case to be dismissed four years after her December 2018 arrest. Prosecutors accused Meng of bank fraud and other crimes for misleading HSBC Holdings Plc and other banks about Huawei's relationship with a company that operated in Iran.
- Food & Wine
You could soon pick up your Big Mac with ease.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Strike a blow for the rule of law and regard for facts. A pair of judges stand up to the election deniers in Arizona.
- Motley Fool
Social Security is an important benefits program. Both those currently receiving retirement income as well as current workers need to be aware of how it works. Specifically, there are a few very important changes happening in 2023 that you need to know about and prepare for.
- Associated Press
Infowars host Alex Jones filed for personal bankruptcy protection Friday in Texas, citing debts that include nearly $1.5 billion he has been ordered to pay to families who sued him over his conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook school massacre. Jones filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Houston. Jones acknowledged the filing on his Infowars broadcast, saying the case will prove that he’s broke and asking viewers to shop on his website to help keep the show on the air.
(Reuters) -Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones filed for bankruptcy on Friday, after he and the parent of his Infowars website were ordered to pay about $1.5 billion for spreading lies about the 2012 Sandy Hook mass shooting. Jones filed for Chapter 11 protection from creditors with the U.S. bankruptcy court in Houston, a court filing showed. The filing said Jones has between $1 million and $10 million of assets and between $1 billion and $10 billion of liabilities.
‘I wish someone had warned me not to take my current job.’ 1 in 5 employees now reports being ‘miserable’ at work. Sound familiar? If so, this may be the No. 1 money move to make now
Job unhappiness is at an all-time high. Here's what to do with your finances if you feel like you might need to quit.
- Decrypt Media
But the bust firm’s co-founders still aren’t cooperating, a Friday document shows.
Underneath the lush countryside in eastern France lie the pipelines expected to rescue Europe before a winter without Russian gas.
- MMA Junkie
The lawsuit filed against accused child molester Harry Goularte and family will proceed even as criminal cases are pending.