Margaret Trudeau booked for speech at company who pocketed $5.8 million in federal cash

Margaret Trudeau was been booked as a guest speaker by a federal contractor who received $5.8 million in funding from her son’s government, says Blacklock’s Reporter. CTV News on Monday said the Prime Minister’s mother refused to comment when asked if she charged her usual $20,000 speaking fee. Trudeau often speaks at events about mental… Continue reading Margaret Trudeau booked for speech at company who pocketed $5.8 million in federal cash

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Wrong-way driver killed on I-680

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — California Highway Patrol in San Jose released details about a deadly crash that shut down I-680 on Sunday. People began reporting a driver speeding in the wrong direction on southbound I-680 at McKee Rd around 5:08 a.m. Shortly after, witnesses reported a multi-vehicle collision in the same area, CHP said.… Continue reading Wrong-way driver killed on I-680

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LAPD, LA School Police Investigate Sexual Assault Of Female Student In Hamilton High School Boys’ Bathroom

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A report of sexual assault in a bathroom at Hamilton High School was under investigation Tuesday by the LAPD and Los Angeles Unified School police. A video was posted to social media of a female student who was surrounded by several male students in a boys’ bathroom and sexually assaulted. In… Continue reading LAPD, LA School Police Investigate Sexual Assault Of Female Student In Hamilton High School Boys’ Bathroom

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Fired USC Dean Marilyn Flynn Pleads Not Guilty In Corruption, Bribery Case Of LA City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The former dean of the USC School of Social Work was arraigned Monday on federal corruption charges in an alleged bribery scheme involving Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas. An undated photo of Marilyn Flynn. (USC) Marilyn Flynn, 83, entered a plea of not guilty via Zoom in Los Angeles federal… Continue reading Fired USC Dean Marilyn Flynn Pleads Not Guilty In Corruption, Bribery Case Of LA City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas

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Kids’ mental health declared national emergency

CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Facing a rising tide of mental illness among children, the top pediatricians in the U.S. are calling the mental health of children and teens a national emergency. Between February and March of 2021, emergency room visits for suspected suicide attempts were up 51% compared to the same period in 2019, according… Continue reading Kids’ mental health declared national emergency

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Pac-12 bowl projections: Oregon’s fate is everyone’s fate

We’re one week past the midway point of the 2021 season, and the Pac-12, having stumbled against non-conference competition and currently eating its own in league play, has one team in playoff contention. If Oregon wins out, a College Football Playoff berth should follow. The Ducks would be a one-loss Power Five champion with a… Continue reading Pac-12 bowl projections: Oregon’s fate is everyone’s fate

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Costco, Walmart stores to close on Thanksgiving Day

Costco and Walmart announced their employees will get Thanksgiving Day off. Both stores will be closing all U.S. locations for the holiday. The stores will open up again just in time for the busy Black Friday rush. Costco also plans on keeping its doors shut for Christmas and New Year’s Day.

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Investigators confused Brian Laundrie’s mother for him while watching their home, police reportedly acknowledge

(CNN) — Investigators in Florida confused Brian Laundrie’s mother with her son while they were monitoring the family’s home in the days after Laundrie’s fiancée, Gabby Petito, was reported missing, a police spokesperson said. “They are built kind of similarly,” North Port Police Department spokesperson Josh Taylor told CNN affiliate WINK on Monday in an exclusive interview. “No… Continue reading Investigators confused Brian Laundrie’s mother for him while watching their home, police reportedly acknowledge

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Flags ordered at half-staff Wednesday to honor State Rep. from St. Charles

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.– Gov. Mike Parson is ordering that U.S. and Missouri flags be flown at half-staff at all government buildings October 27 to honor Missouri State Rep. Thomas Hannegan. Hannegan, 51, died last week of a stroke. The flags will be at half-staff on the day Rep. Hannegan is laid to rest. Top story:… Continue reading Flags ordered at half-staff Wednesday to honor State Rep. from St. Charles

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