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Esteemed Harvard Law Professor Calls For Prosecution Of Trump As Organized Crime Family

Esteemed Harvard Law Professor Calls For Prosecution Of Trump As Organized Crime Family

Very few would quibble with the fact that Lawrence Tribe, the famed Constitutional law scholar and professor emeritus at Harvard School of Law, is the most esteemed law professor alive. Tribe has never been shy in opining on the unconstitutionality of Trump’s actions but now Tribe is offering advice as to how Garland should proceed …

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Small Business Revenues are Up – But New Challenges Emerge as Businesses Continue the Pandemic Comeback

Small Business Revenues are Up – But New Challenges Emerge as Businesses Continue the Pandemic Comeback

Kabbage from American Express has been tracking recovery trends and growth outlook of U.S. small businesses. Polling 563 small business leaders, our latest installment exhibits how small businesses are adapting to a shifting market as they look beyond pandemic-wrought challenges, adjust for inflation and modify hiring approaches. This content was originally published here.

Continuing the conversation: Supporting AAPI Women-Owned Businesses

It’s no secret that the pandemic plagued small business owners nationally and across all demographics with shutdowns, supply chain shortages and inflation. And while AAPI women entrepreneurs have grown significantly in the recent past, the negative impacts of the pandemic affected these women at a higher rate than their male-owned and non-minority-owned counterparts. This content …

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DOJ subpoenas Georgia GOP party chair in fake elector probe

DOJ subpoenas Georgia GOP party chair in fake elector probe

By Zachary Cohen, Sara Murray, Katelyn Polantz, Evan Perez and Marshall Cohen | CNN Federal investigators subpoenaed the Georgia Republican Party chairman for information related to the fake elector scheme there — as the Justice Department has issued a fresh round of subpoenas to people from several states who acted as rogue electors after the …

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Facebook finally agrees to eliminate tool that enabled discriminatory advertising

Ariana Tobin & Ava Kofman ProPublica This story was originally published by ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. In a settlement announced by the Department of Justice on Tuesday, Meta Platforms — formerly known as Facebook — has …

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