Because the nation awaits the President’s signature on the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 – a 5,500 web page spending and COVID stimulus invoice – tax nerds march forward undeterred, realizing that ought to that signature arrive, the necessity to undertake important tax planning will likely be upon them earlier than the ink is dry. UNITED […]

An worker of an space automobile dealership has pleaded responsible to put in writing fraud as a part of an auto mortgage scheme. Justin Williams, 42, of Rocky Hill, pleaded responsible on Friday, Nov. 20, to participating within the scheme at Automobile Nation in Middletown, stated John H. Durham, U.S. Lawyer for the District of […]

Greg Campbell/Getty Images for AppleTV+Nia Long has been M.I.A. on Twitter since speaking up about her “Karen” experience with an American Airlines employee over the weekend, prompting the company to respond to her allegations, privately. On Sunday, the actress tweeted, “Hey American Airlines, I have a story about my first flight experience since COVID. I’m pretty sure […]

RiverNorthPhotography/iStockBy BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News (FRANKFORT, Ky.) — Democratic and Republican leaders denounced gun rights supporters for hanging an effigy of Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear from a tree outside the state capitol building during a Memorial Day weekend demonstration. The symbolic lynching occurred on Sunday at a rally by gun rights groups that was initially […]

400tmax/iStockBy CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) — As Amazon faces increased calls for transparency over how many employees have tested positive for COVID-19, the company confirmed to ABC News on Friday that another warehouse worker in New York has died amid the pandemic. George Leigh, who worked at a facility in Long Island, died […]

Bill Oxford/iStockBy JAMES HILL and CHRISTINA CARREGA, ABC NEWS (SIOUX FALLS, S.D.) — Members of a rural workers’ rights group and an anonymous employee at a Missouri Smithfield Foods processing plant have sued the company alleging “horrific” work conditions during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The “Jane Doe” and the Rural Community Workers Alliance filed a […]

iStock/onlyouqj(NEWARK, N.J.) — A total of 329 Transportation Security Administration employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and two have died according to an internal briefing led by TSA Administrator David Pekoske, and viewed by ABC News. The reported number increased by 162 in the past week, while 13 of those employees have recovered, Pekoske said. […]

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