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Facebook Still Allows Discriminatory Housing Ads, Despite Pledge To Crack Down: Lawsuit

Facebook Still Allows Discriminatory Housing Ads, Despite Pledge To Crack Down: Lawsuit

The suit, filed in federal court by the National Fair Housing Alliance and other groups, alleges Facebook allows advertisers to exclude protected groups by characteristics like gender and family makeup. The NFHA, as well as the Fair Housing Justice Center, Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc. and Fair Housing Council of Greater San Antonio are the four plaintiffs in the lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday in New York City at the U.S. Consulte Mais Informação

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Three ex-players arrested on robbery charges

Three ex-players arrested on robbery charges

According to a news release from Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon, officers received a call from someone at around 4 p.m. Wednesday saying they had just been robbed at gunpoint at an apartment on Sloan Street. Fuller, Johnson and Ferguson are being held in Clemson City Jail while awaiting a bond hearing. Fuller entered the 2017 season as the starting running back for the Tigers and started three games. Consulte Mais Informação

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President Trump speaks in Ohio

President Trump speaks in Ohio

Trump acknowledged that it will be extremely hard to pass his $1.5 trillion investment plan requiring $200 billion in federal funds unless Democrats provide needed support. After the OH event, Trump prepared to re-board Air Force One bound for Florida and a three-day Easter weekend at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach. Consulte Mais Informação

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Cheetah targets safari group, jumps into vehicle

Cheetah targets safari group, jumps into vehicle

A terrifying video shows Hayes remaining eerily still as one cheetah explores the back seat of the vehicle right behind him. One jumped on the hood while another ventured inside the vehicle. The cats hung around sniffing the jeep and chewing on seats and seatbelts before getting bored and running off to eat a gazelle. The guide had Hayes slow his breathing in an effort to keep the cheetah at ease. Consulte Mais Informação

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State Department may ask tourists for social media history

State Department may ask tourists for social media history

The move follows the administration's emphasis on "extreme vetting" of would-be immigrants to the US. Other questions seek five years of previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and global travel whether the visa applicant has been deported or removed from any country and whether specified family members have been involved in terrorist activities, said the document which would be formally published today. Consulte Mais Informação

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Lindsay Lohan's pursuit of 'Grand Theft Auto' lawsuit stalls

Lindsay Lohan's pursuit of 'Grand Theft Auto' lawsuit stalls

Lindsay Lohan versus Grand Theft Auto 5 was still a thing, apparently. A lower court ruled against Lohan in 2016, but New York's Court of Appeals in February 2017 agreed to allow her to repeal the judgment. The case then went up another step on the appellate ladder - with the Motion Picture Association of America, the Entertainment Software Association, and the American Booksellers Association supporting Take-Two's position against Lohan. Consulte Mais Informação

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Greensboro Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting After Traffic Stop

Greensboro Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting After Traffic Stop

A person of interest in the first of two Madison shootings Wednesday was taken into custody Thursday evening by a large contingent of police officers accompanied by the department's armored vehicle. Anyone with information should contact Shelburne Police at 985-8051. Two of the three people in the vehicle got out and fled across the street toward Total Wine and More, Scott said. Consulte Mais Informação

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