Hubert Lee

SPECIAL REPORT: Sounding the Alarm on Financial Health: Inclusion is Not Enough

On Friday in Luxembourg, a panel of experts sounded the alarm on trends in financial health. Amrik Heyer of FSD Kenya noted that financial health in Kenya, for example, has declined significantly since 2016, the first year for which his data is available. This happened as the use of digital …

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It’s time to win the fight against breast cancer

We can win the war against breast cancer. I learned this first hand. This is my story of how I learned we could win this war – not just for me but for all women. I have dense breasts. Dense breasts are as they sound – dense. Cancer is also …

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Los Angeles women sentenced to 21 months in prison, moved marijuana and cash from Mobile to California: DOJ

MOBILE, Alabama (WKRG) – A Los Angeles woman has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for her involvement as a “drug and money courier” for a California-based drug trafficking organization, according to a Department of Justice statement. Ashley Yvonne Torres, 32, worked for an organization that “distributed kilograms of …

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A special system will be put in place to monitor delays in the distribution of benefits under the PDS: Minister

women during the All India Cooperative Week meeting in the city on Saturday.” title=”Cooperation Minister I. Periasamy and Electricity Minister V. Senthilbalaji review the works of SHG women during the All India Cooperative Week meeting in the city on Saturday.” data-original=”https://www.thehindu.com/theme/images/th-online/1x1_spacer.png” class=”lead-img”/> Cooperation Minister I. Periasamy and Electricity Minister V. …

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Honoring Kentucky Veterans | Grayson County

November 11, 1918 marked one of the most important days in the history of the United States and the world. On this day, fighting ceased between the Allied powers and Germany, marking the end of the First World War. President Woodrow Wilson designated this day as Armistice Day, saying, “For …

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You Can Now Get Weight Loss And Hair Loss Drugs Via Virtual Clinic

Amazon has launched a new health service called Amazon Clinic. This involves consulting a health care provider via text message for prescriptions. It is currently not covered by insurance. Retail giant Amazon is re-entering the healthcare market after shutting down a previous offering called Amazon Care earlier this year. The …

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USDA program keeps extra money for COVID-era fruits and vegetables

By JONEL ALECCIA, AP Health Writer U.S. agriculture officials on Thursday proposed changes to the federal program that helps pay the grocery bills of pregnant women, babies and young children, including maintaining increased payments for fresh fruits and vegetables allowed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The update also includes adding more …

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Black women are leaders in the micro-business boom

Posted 2 hours ago Proposed by come on daddy Originally posted on Venture Forward by GoDaddy BLACK WOMEN HAVE CREATED NEARLY 20% OF THESE STARTUPS SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC, THREE TIMES THEIR SHARE OF THE AMERICAN POPULATION. Denise Larell has always been a good student and an excellent …

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CSU-Pueblo Recognized as Best in Colorado for Serving Veterans

These are the men and women who, every day, sign a blank check to the United States government. For their confidence and willingness to do government bidding – as Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines – they are rewarded with the GI Bill, a way for them to complete their education …

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Limited postpartum follow-up may miss high blood pressure in 1 in 10 new mums – ScienceDaily

In an analysis of more than 2,400 women, about 1 in 10 without a history of blood pressure problems were diagnosed with high blood pressure within a year of giving birth, according to a research article published today in Hypertension, a journal of the American Heart Association. Almost a quarter …

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The Qatar World Cup is a victory for globalization

Comment this story Comment Never mind the invisible hand. Over the next few weeks, the world will be united by the visible boot. Billions of people will watch the World Cup in Qatar (in 2018, some 3.5 billion people, more than half of the world’s adults, watched part of the …

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SMEs pocket 3.3 billion shillings under state credit guarantee scheme

Economy SMEs pocket 3.3 billion shillings under state credit guarantee scheme Monday, November 14, 2022 The National Treasury building in Nairobi. FILE PHOTO | NMG A total of 2,190 small and medium enterprises have received 3.3 billion shillings under the state-backed credit guarantee scheme in the year to June 2022, …

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A shortage of OB-GYNs is looming. Why are they fleeing NJ?

The young doctor wanted to pursue a career in New Jersey. Dr. Matilde Hoffman completed her residency at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston in June, and the OB-GYN GP sought employment in the Garden State. She wanted to stay close to her family in Summit. But Hoffman did not …

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Post-hurricane program aims to help reduce stress

SLIDELL, La. (AP) — The 10 women gathered on yoga mats in a New Orleans suburb as the lights went out. “I would like to invite you to close your eyes,” instructor Stephanie Osborne said soothingly from the front of the room. The only other noises were the hum of …

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Emerging VCs struggle to raise funds as nervous investors funnel their money into big-name companies

Venture capital firms raised a record $151 billion from their investors this year. But for new VCs, many of whom belong to underrepresented groups, fundraising has paradoxically become more difficult. InIn August, venture capitalist Sherman Williams learned that one of his institutional investors was waiving a check for $15 million. …

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Cash Advance for Bad Credit: Does It Affect My Credit Score?

Cash Advance for Bad Credit: Does It Affect My Credit Score?

If you find yourself in a situation where you need money urgently, you might think that getting a cash advance is a smart move to do. It’s possible that borrowers with poor credit histories are apprehensive that they won’t be authorized for loans of this kind PaydayPot advance. Find out …

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Honoring Our Veterans – IAMAW

Brothers and sisters, Veterans Day allows our nations to honor the men and women who served in the military and dedicated themselves to protecting our democracy. LOOK: IAM Union Veterans On this Veterans Day, our union is not just sending a message of gratitude, but we are putting our words …

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Making the News in Business, November 10

Girl Scouts receive $10,000 for financial literacy program Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts received a $10,000 grant from the TD Charitable Foundation to support On Your Own: Financial Literary for Girls. The grant will provide a free badge program to all Girl Scouts designed to put them in …

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Inclusivity must become a priority in clinical trials and cancer care

Bringing equality to cancer care remains a priority and building on the foundations of the guidelines to usher in a more inclusive environment for patients will require making appropriate changes to care and the clinical trial enrollment process.” , according to Narjust Florez, MD. “Equity in cancer care means that …

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Freebies or empowerment: How the BJP is walking a tightrope to promise sops to women | Latest India News

New Delhi: Amid a raging political debate over the feasibility of parties announcing pre-election giveaways, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – which has targeted its opponents for straining the treasury by promising waivers on amenities and other services – framed its well-being as empowerment tools, especially for women. Senior party …

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Finally someone came up with a decent female crash test dummy

Women are more likely to die or be injured in a crash, and one reason could be that we used crash test dummies based on the average man (as shown above). When crash test companies wanted to represent women, they sometimes used a scaled-down male dummy, but they may soon …

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Ulm’s new women’s exhibition and craft fair returns to raise funds for education and local artists

NEW ULM, Minn. (KEYC) — Many people flocked to New Ulm for an annual event held on the first weekend of Minnesota’s deer hunting open: the Women‘s Expo and Craft Fair. About 75 vendors filled 92 spaces around the Jefferson Elementary School building, showcasing independent businesses, entrepreneurs and other local …

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Ramsey County Voters to Elect Minnesota’s First Hmong County Commissioner

Regardless of who wins, the next Ramsey County Commissioner representing the East Side of St. Paul will be a Hmong woman. And the winner will be Minnesota’s first elected Hmong county commissioner, according to the Minnesota Counties Association. Mai Chong Xiong, 33, is a longtime legislative aide to the St. …

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Change in smoking status and subsequent change in BMI linked to NAFLD risk

Across 4 types of smoking status groups, the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) increased significantly in participants who saw an increase in body mass index (BMI) and decreased in participants whose ‘BMI has decreased. According to a study published in intestine and liver. Although smoking is considered a …

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Profit First Business & Money Coach: Empowering Women to Financial Abundance in Bestselling Book

“Rocket to Profit” owner Najma Khan shares her vision for all business owners to pay themselves first in Voices of Impact, Volume One. Perth, Western Australia, Australia – November 3, 2022 — impact voice Contributor Najma Khan felt “blessed, honored and grateful” to share her story through this uplifting book, …

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The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven received $7.2 million from the state to support small businesses

With state funding and an additional $1.5 million from the city, the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven hopes to award grants and provide consulting and technical services to small businesses, especially BIPOC and owned businesses. to women. Laura Ospina 01:37, 02 November 2022 Collaborating journalist Laura Ospina, collaborating photographer …

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US native Allison Fluke-Ekren sentenced to 20 years in prison for aiding ISIS

Fluke-Ekren waged violent jihad in Libya, Iraq and Syria for eight years, prosecutors said. She trained women and children in the use of AK-47 assault rifles, grenades and suicide belts. Fluke-Ekren’s attorneys argued she deserved a shorter sentence after the trauma and loss she suffered. WASHINGTON — A Kansas woman …

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Manitoba License Plate on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Preparation – Winnipeg

By The staff The Canadian Press Published on October 31, 2022 at 6:15 p.m. Decrease article font size Increase article font size Manitoba Justice Minister Kelvin Goertzen said a new license plate could be in place by next summer to raise money for the families of missing and murdered Indigenous …

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Some $2 billion allocated to matrimonial loans to support couples

TEHRAN – A total of 670 trillion rials (nearly $2 billion) has been granted in the form of low-profit loans to couples in the first six months of the current [Iranian calendar] year (started on March 21), said the director of the office of planning and social development of young …

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La Mesa City Council candidates disagree on how to respond to climate change and homelessness

THE MESA — In all of East County, no town has more vacancies, more candidates, or more campaign money than La Mesa. In addition to the mayoral and treasurer races, four people are running for a pair of city council seats, which could shift the balance of power. The race …

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Advice for budding women in fintech with financial means, emphasis companies and more

This month of October at Fintech time is all about the amazing women working in the fintech industry. With women still making up only around 30% of the workforce, it’s important to shine a light on those who are striving to bring about change and pave the way for those …

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Maximizing the Impact of Giving – eJewish Philanthropy

As a mother of four children, it is important to me to teach them the power of giving – to create a better world where people instinctively reach out to others and provide them with opportunities to elevate their lives and, above all, to give with humility and compassion. So, …

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35 safety tips for solo travelers – Kiwi.com

Here are some tips to help you stay safe when traveling alone, no matter what country you’re traveling to, whether you’re staying in a hotel or hostel, and with additional tips for women Today more than ever (and especially on #SinglesDay!), solo travel is cool. More and more of us …

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A second woman accuses Herschel Walker of pressuring her to have an abortion

Comment this story Comment A second woman on Wednesday accused Georgia’s Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker of pressuring her to have an abortion during their years-long affair, saying he drove her to a clinic and waited in the parking lot for hours while she underwent the procedure. The woman, identified …

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Biden’s Illegal Student Loan Forgiveness Gives False Hope to Millions

Last week, a federal court temporarily suspended the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan. This could signal the beginning of the end for this left-wing chimera. It also highlights how President Biden knew the policy was illegal, but still chose to give millions of Americans false hope for a temporary …

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Former Uber Health founder launches new startup with new approach to egg freezing

Women are choosing to start families later in life than ever before. Waiting longer to conceive often involves egg freezing, but this process is expensive. The average cost of egg freezing is between $10,000 and $20,000and most insurance plans don’t cover it. Cofertilitya startup that spear last week, aims to …

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By the Numbers: Lydia Ko’s 2022 consistency on the course, resulting in millions in prize money

Snowballing consistency and a pair of tournament wins in 2022 – his first multi-win season since 2016 – mean the numbers that matter for Lydia Ko make a majestic read for the former world number 1. Next his 18th career victory on the circuit this weekend at the BMW Women’s …

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Integrating gender equality into climate budgeting and planning processes – Global

October 2022 – Climate change affects all members of society. Systemic gender discrimination in society creates a situation in which men and women experience climate risks differently because they are vulnerable in different ways. Gender inequality is a powerful barrier to climate action because it prohibits participation in achieving change …

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Wiegman warns England ‘have to be better’ at World Cup

England coach Sarina Wiegman during the FIFA Women’s World Cup draw in Auckland on Saturday WEST WILLIAM Text size England coach Sarina Wiegman warned her European champions on Saturday that they need to be even better if they are to challenge at next year’s FIFA Women‘s World Cup. England were …

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Oregon Governor’s Race Could Impact State’s Abortion, LGBTQ+ Rights

Published 2022-10-20 13:58 1:58 October 20, 2022 pm While 19 states have never elected a female governor, Oregon has elected two female governors, including the current governor. Its next governor will also be a woman. She spent years in the state legislature. Its policy also differs greatly from its competitors. …

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WILL calls on SCOTUS to stop Biden student loan forgiveness plan

The news: Today, on behalf of the Brown County Taxpayers Association (BCTA), the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), asked the United States Supreme Court to temporarily suspend the University’s student loan forgiveness program. Biden administration, which is expected to begin this Sunday. If successful, WILL’s last action, an …

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Western Connecticut Women’s Soccer Downs, 3-0

Next game: at No. 25 Bowdoin 22/10/2022 | 12:15 p.m. Oct. 22 (Saturday) / 12:15 p.m. at No. 25 Bowdoin Story Danbury, CT. – Wesleyan Women‘s Soccer defeated Western Connecticut State University 3-0 Tuesday night in Danbury. The Cards are looking to build momentum ahead …

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These are workplace standards that are now canceled

Pandemic restrictions have been almost completely rolled back in most countries and workplace leaders are eager to get their teams back to the office. But, unsurprisingly, women (especially black women) aren’t jumping at the chance to migrate to co-working spaces, and for good reason. The Harvard Business Review pointed out …

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Undeterred by the pandemic and the economy, young entrepreneurs are forging ahead

ALBANY — At first glance, you could say that Ashleigh Lindsay suffered from bad timing when it came to the economy and her business aspirations. She graduated from college in 2008 at the start of the Great Recession. And she launched her digital marketing company, Digitally Grounded, in August 2020 …

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The Invisible Crisis – Washington Free Beacon

“Violent crime, drug addiction, teenage pregnancy, illiteracy, unemployment – these are some of the hallmarks of what is now called ‘the underclass,'” Isabel Sawhill wrote in a 1989 public interest writing. “Everyone has a theory, but no one really knows why the social fabric of certain communities has deteriorated so …

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Judge Rinder condemns David Beckham over his £10m Qatar World Cup deal

David Beckham ‘puts money before morals’ By Katie Hind Consultant Editor Showbusiness For The Mail On Sunday Published: 5:01 p.m. EDT, October 15, 2022 | Updated: 5:41 p.m. EDT, October 15, 2022 TV star Robert Rinder has condemned David Beckham for striking a £10million deal to promote the World Cup …

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Africa: Leading the charge to empower rural women in Niger

Saudé inspires women to challenge gender norms and become financially independent It was only recently, at 36, that Saoudé Garba felt in control of her life. Born in the village of Danje in southern Niger, she married early to one of the three village chiefs. She had her first child …

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Launch of an unprecedented collaboration to combat the under-representation of women in financial advice

Launches Excell REPRESENT, a one-of-a-kind community development event OMAHA, Neb., October 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Women make up more than half of the US population, but only 20% of financial advisors. The underrepresentation of women in wealth management has plagued the industry for decades, and while there has been much …

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Hispanics underrepresented in the CRE industry

“I would say there are probably two pieces of advice I would like to give myself and the future generation of Hispanics who are looking to potentially do the same thing that I am doing now,” he said. “The first, most important, is to find yourself a mentor. Find yourself …

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Millions are forced into retirement due to illness, stress and layoff

Many older people are being forced into early retirement when they cannot afford it, a new study reveals. Some 47% of retirees, the equivalent of around six million people, stopped working earlier than they had planned, but only around a third did so because they had already saved enough money …

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Activists Disrupt Meeting to Demand IMF and World Bank ‘Suspicious Lenders’ Cancel All Debts

Two activists from the women-led peace group CodePink took part in a panel on debt restructuring on Tuesday afternoon at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group to demand that international financial institutions “cancel all the debts”. “The solution to stabilizing the global economy …

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National Bank of Coxsackie Announces Special Small Business Loan Offer

COXSACKIE, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In response to interest rate hikes issued by the Federal Reserve to curb inflation, the Coxsackie National Bank (NBC) has launched a small business lending program1 Special. Eligible small business customers will be able to apply for commercial installment loans at a fixed rate as low as 3.99% …

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Swig Hosts Third-Annual ‘Save The Cups’ Campaign

Industry-changing dirty soda concept hosts campaign to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research and treatment Lehi, UT (RestaurantNews.com) Every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, and one in eight women in the United States is diagnosed in their lifetime. But over 85 percent of women …

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The post-abortion basement | the new yorker

It is not yet clear whether, after Dobbs, authorities will choose to prosecute people for their involvement in networks like Cruz’s. Amy O’Donnell, a spokeswoman for the Texas Alliance for Life, argues that state law already allows for felony extradition of those who bring abortion drugs into Texas from other …

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Breast cancer deaths are higher among black women; Susan G. Komen MORE THAN PINK Walk Raises Awareness

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we are learning more about the impact of the disease on the women of Milwaukee. Data shows that black women are at a higher risk of death. Thirty-one percent of black women who are diagnosed with breast cancer die …

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Forum Explains Voting Proposals at 210 Downtown Visalia

Fall in the Central Valley brings charming harbingers of the season. We’re not talking about Friday night football, wagon rides and pumpkin lattes. No, we’re talking about mailboxes stuffed with politicians’ tales; robocalls to get your vote and money; well, no, actually just your money; and text messages and emails …

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Van Hollen, Cardin and colleagues urge Biden administration to extend PSLF waiver

October 06, 2022 The bicameral group of lawmakers called for the waiver deadline to be extended to July 1, 2023 U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) joined a bicameral group of their colleagues to urge U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona to extend the limited loan waiver …

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The Challenges and Opportunities of Women-Owned Businesses in Utah – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – In 1997, the Women‘s Business Center of Utah partnered with several organizations to conduct a survey of Utah women business owners to understand the role their businesses play in the Utah economy. . In 2022, the Utah State University Utah Women & Leadership Project (UWLP) partnered with the …

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Association Between Serum Vitamin C and HPV Infection in American Women: A Cross-Sectional Study | BMC Women’s Health

Data sources and study population This cross-sectional study was limited to women aged 18-59 who had HPV testing in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 2003-2006. Responses coded as “don’t know”, “refused”, “insufficient” or “missing” in the original NHANES data were treated as missing. Participants with missing …

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Texas woman is accused of offering a migrant a ride then holding her baby for ransom for months

A Honduran national who crossed the border into the United States told police her baby was stolen and held for ransom after a woman in El Paso, Texas offered to drive her earlier this year, according to a federal criminal complaint. The suspect, Jenna Leigh Roark, was arrested last month …

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Eastern District candidates face off in debate in Great Falls – Daily Montanan

Independent congressional candidate Gary Buchanan told incumbent Representative Matt Rosendale that his stance on gun taxation cost him the endorsement of the Montana Sportsman Alliance. “Even the NRA, Matt, is against you on this,” Buchanan said. But Republican Rosendale said guns were the “only right we have that is taxed”. …

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Puran Poli with pickles – In Dapoli, women are bringing the home chef revolution to Konkan cuisine

IIn the winding lanes of Dapoli, a small coastal town in the northern Ratnagiri district with an abundance of mango, coconut and banyan trees, there are signs every 300 to 500 meters that say: You will get homemade food here . The signs lead visitors to small restaurants or roadside …

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Tips for offering health insurance to women

We’re here to help connect you with women leaders to learn from their successes and failures and develop mentoring relationships! Please note – one entry per person to help us with registration! Keynote Speaker: Mitzi Davis Mitzi Davis is a small business owner specializing in health, health and life insurance. …

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Spain in curious limbo amid Jorge Vilda issue and surge in sponsorships

The Spanish players have filed a complaint against the sports project led by coach Vilda. Getty Images Jorge Vilda, the coach of the Spain women‘s football team, puts on a brave face. As it stands, he’ll be sidelined in his side’s upcoming games, except his selection will bear little resemblance …

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‘HER’ House offers non-binary women and students a safe, affordable place to live, a community – The Daily Free Press

Harriet E. Richards Cooperative House (HER House) located at 191 Bay State Rd. The cooperative house provides living space for women in exchange for reduced rates and participation in communal duties. ANDREW BURKE-STEVENSON/DFP STAFF It’s past midnight and half the inhabitants of the house are awake, walking in and out …

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HP Enterprise to pay $8.5 million to address gender pay gap

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. agreed to pay $8.5 million to resolve a lawsuit that alleged it was paying female employees less than their male counterparts. Settlement funds, less attorney fees and expenses, will go to 1,735 women who have worked at the company’s California offices since 2015, the women’s attorneys …

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Center City donates $8,000 to the Downtown Women’s Center to help improve its exterior

AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) — The Downtown Women‘s Center has received an $8,000 facade grant from downtown Amarillo, to help improve the exterior, attract more customers and help liven up downtown. “It helps the exterior of our buildings. It’s kind of like a curb call. It makes the city center more …

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Candidates for North Dakota’s sole US House seat face off in debate – Grand Forks Herald

BISMARCK — As the midterm elections draw closer, candidates for North Dakota’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives tried to differentiate themselves during a debate Tuesday night, Sept. 27, in Bismarck. Republican incumbent Rep. Kelly Armstrong and independent challenger Cara Mund squared off in the debate, which was …

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Prodigy Finance Releases 2022 Impact Report

Better career opportunities, significant salary increases and an increased sense of general optimism highlight the transformational value of a life-changing education LONDON, September 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Prodigy Finance, the pioneer of cross-border student loans, today announces the release of its 2022 Global Impact Report. The latest report highlights how …

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‘The Woman King’ has become a major contender for Oscar season

Nanisca (Viola Davis) in TriStar Pictures’ THE WIFE KING. Ilze Kitchoff The female king (exam) held its own on weekend two, losing just 41.5% and grossing $11.145 million for a ten-day total of $36.3 million. It’s not a number that burns in the barn, especially for a film with unpredictable …

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Gehlot approves Rs 25 Crore fund for women’s self-help groups

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved an additional budget provision of Rs 25 crore for the establishment of ‘Rajasthan Mahila Nidhi’ for the financial management of self-help groups in the state. Gehlot launched ‘Mahila Nidhi’ on Women‘s Equality Day on August 26, 2022, for social and economic progress. Through this …

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Suicide in migrant shelter points to lack of mental health services

The recent suicide of a Colombian migrant at a Queens homeless shelter struck a chord with Maria, a migrant herself dealing with emotional trauma. Maria had been in the United States for months, awaiting the results of her interview for political asylum status, when her thoughts clouded over. Anxious thoughts …

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USAID launches program to promote women leaders in the energy sector

USAID Urja Nepal, an energy development activity, on Friday launched a program for the development of leadership and management skills for women in the energy sector. The program aims to empower women to advance the next generation of female leaders in the energy sector. This program will complement Nepal’s efforts …

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Simplify the loan disbursement process for returning migrants

The life of a migrant worker is fraught with many difficulties, ranging from the expensive and complicated recruitment process at home to precarious working conditions abroad. Unfortunately, these obstacles do not stop once they return – an overwhelming majority of returnees struggle to reintegrate into society and find productive ways …

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How Kate Beaton paid off her student loans

Canadian cartoonist Kate Beaton is a master of liminal spaces. Her drawings are accomplished and often beautiful, but her work stands out above all for the quality of the attention she pays to the spaces between the boxes of her comics. These narrow white bands are known as gutters, and …

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New Historic Road Markers Approved

RICHMOND, Va. (WDBJ) – The eight new historical markers are intended to educate the public about a person, place or event of regional, state or national significance. The Virginia Board of Historic Resources approved the markers earlier this month. After approval, it can take up to three months or more …

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Universal Technical Institute Wins “Excellence in Community Service” Award from Accrediting Commission for Vocational Schools and Colleges

Recognized organization for encouraging high school girls to pursue studies and careers in STEM PHOENIX, September 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Universal Technical Institute (UTI) has been recognized by its accrediting body for inspiring high school girls to consider technical training and careers in the skilled trades. The Accrediting Commission for …

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Poll: Women Put Their Money (and Jobs) Where They Say

So much has happened in the year since we published the results of the first Ellevest Financial Wellbeing Survey last October. Inflation has hit us all hard. Markets were everywhere. Finally, the student debt is canceled (in part, anyway). And the job, if it looks better on the surface, stays …

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