Trump directed the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development departments to find funds to help people struggling to pay their rent. He also extended a moratorium on student loans backed by the federal government, that would have expired on Sept. 30 and that also forgave interest on the deferred payments. … [Read more...] about Asian shares push higher on stimulus moves, jobs data
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January 26: Lori and Chad are seen for the first time in months as police serve them with two search warrants in Kauai. Lori is also served with a court order to produce the children to authorities in Idaho in five days. The couple are approached by the media while officers serve the documents and refuse to say anything about the children. … [Read more...] about ‘Cult mom’ Lori Vallow to be charged over the shooting death of her ex-husband ‘in the next four to six months’ say police, as they comb through 100,000 pieces of digital data after discovery of burned remains of her children
In all, infections have been reported in at least 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China in December 2019. After a rapid initial outbreak, China managed to control the outbreak by the end of February (the nation has since dropped to the 30th place globally, with 84,619 cases). However, by then, the virus spread to several other countries, particularly in Europe. Italy became one of the earliest hot spots of the outbreak in Europe along with Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany. … [Read more...] about India’s trajectory a worry as world nears 20 million Covid-19 cases
That tactics bore fruit. After receiving seven seats in the parliament and getting some leverage over Netanyahu, who needed Bennett to form a government, the former was appointed to the position of interim defence minister, a position he held up until recently, when the job was taken over by Gantz, following a coalition agreement he reached with the prime minister in May. … [Read more...] about Popular and Persistent: Who’s the Leader That Can Challenge Netanyahu?
That's not a problem in Night in the Woods. Here, the rhythm minigame is a side element of the main game, which is a small-town mystery adventure where you're a bass-playing college dropout named Mae who also happens to be a cat (but then canonically so are Shonen Knife, just roll with it). The stakes are low, and that changes everything. … [Read more...] about Great moments in PC gaming: Playing bass badly in Night in the Woods