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Mortgage delinquencies rise for first time in 6 years due to pandemic | Real Estate

You’re seeing The Post and Courier’s weekly real estate newsletter. Receive all the latest transactions and top development, building, and home and commercial sales news to your inbox each Saturday here. Pandemic raises mortgage delinquencies for first time in 6 years In the spate of two months, the nation’s unemployment rate went from a 50-year low in February to an 80-year high in April as …

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Two Kane jail detainees test positive for COVID-19 for first time since pandemic began

As a public service, Shaw Media will provide open access to information related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency. Sign up for the newsletter here ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – The Kane County jail has gone into a quarantine lockdown after two detainees tested positive for COVID-19 this week, Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain announced in a news release. These are the first …

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5 First-Time Home Purchasing Mistakes to Avoid

Image source: Getty Images Looking to buy a home? Steer clear of these newbie blunders. Buying a home is a major undertaking, and if you’re doing it for the first time, it’s easy to get in over your head. If you’re about to embark on a home search, here are a few mistakes to avoid at all costs. 1. Not …

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The first superheroes of the Indian Sporting Universe

On India’s 74th Independence Day, we celebrate the nation’s OG superstars on the field, the pioneering athletes who put their sports on the map. India’s sporting superheroes. It all started with Major Dhyan Chand, the First Avenger of the Indian Sporting Universe. But just like the MCU, there were always fresh battles to be won, more monsters to slay, more …

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First COVID-19 related child death reported in Hidalgo County, officials say

HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas – Hidalgo County reported its first COVID-19 related pediatric death on Friday, according to county officials. The child, according to the county’s COVID-19 report, is a female from Pharr, Texas. Officials said they would not be releasing the child’s age or health information. The child’s death is one of the 20 deaths related to COVID-19 complications announced …

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Vallow attorney addresses LDS First Presidency letter | Idaho

Lori Vallow’s attorney Mark Means has written a five-page response to a recent letter sent by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to its leaders. In it, he called the First Presidency letter “at least disturbing and at worse, criminal.” On Aug. 4, LDS First Presidency members Russell M. Nelson, Dallin H. Oaks and Henry B. Eyring sent …

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Trevor Engelson’s uncle hits back at claim Meghan Markle’s first husband couldn’t cope with her fame

Of all the unanswered questions about the Duchess of Sussex’s past, perhaps the most intriguing is: why did she divorce her first husband, Trevor Engelson? He was the hustling film producer with the never-say-die attitude who used every setback in his career — and hers — as a spur to overcome the next challenge. But after seven years as inseparable …

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Clearview Hires Prominent First Amendment Lawyer To Argue For Its Right To Sell Scraped Data To Cops

from the weird-but-possibly-consitutional dept Clearview — the facial recognition company selling law enforcement agencies (and others) access to billions of photos and personal info scraped from the web — is facing lawsuits over its business model, which appears to violate some states’ data privacy laws. It’s also been hit with cease-and-desist requests from a number of companies whose data has …

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