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    Indiana's Attorney General has sued Black Lives Matter over its use of donations after the group refused to reveal who controls its $60million war chest. Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita yesterday filed a lawsuit against BLM's Global Network Foundation to find out where state residents' donations have gone.  'I filed a lawsuit against the Black Lives Matter organization to protect Hoosiers (any resident or person born in Indiana) from this house of cards,' Rokita tweeted. 'BLM has concerning patterns of behavior & we'll do what it takes to get to the bottom of it on behalf of generous Hoosiers who have donated to them.'  On Thursday, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita filed a lawsuit against activist group Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation 'I filed a lawsuit against the Black Lives Matter organization to protect Hoosiers (any resident or person born in Indiana) from this house of cards,' Rokita tweeted Garza, Cullors and Tometi (left to right) co-founded the group, but Garza and Tometi left, leaving Cullors in charge as executive director The suit is demanding the organization respond to...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia’s reimplemented mask mandate is about to face its first immediate legal challenge. A lawsuit filed over the weekend was just one-upped by attorneys now asking the Commonwealth Court to grant an emergency injunction to suspend the city’s indoor mask policy. As of Monday, masks and face coverings are once again required in businesses and restaurants in Philadelphia. BREAKING: The attorney who filed suit against Philadelphia, its mayor & health commissioner over masking on Saturday, tells me he’ll be filing for an emergency injunction asking the Commonwealth Court to immediately suspend the city’s indoor mask mandate. @CBSPhilly — Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) April 18, 2022 READ MORE: At Least One Person Killed In Chester Crash That Also Caused Major Power OutageMost people Eyewitness News talked with supported the move as city health officials pointed to rising COVID-19 cases as a reason for bringing the masks back. “If it helps people and it keeps us safe, then I say, let’s do it, man,” Larry Allen said. “I think for health purposes, I think it’s great,” Ryan Blatstein said....
    KIM Kardashian shared a cryptic quote about "loving people who treat you right" as her romance with Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson continues to heat up. Last week, Kim officially filed to be "legally single" in her divorce from her ex Kanye West. 5After Kim and Pete went to the movies last night, Kim took to her InstagramCredit: BackGrid 5Kim posted a cryptic quote about 'loving people who treat you right'Credit: Getty Last night, Kim and Pete were spotted on a movie date on Staten Island after a week of Kim making moves to drop West from her last name. As Kim, 41, keeps making moves to rebrand herself as entirely independent, she dropped a cryptic quote on her Instagram Story. Before Kim was spotted with Pete on his native island, she turned to Dr. Seuss to drop some life advice. The quote said: "Life's too short to wake up with regrets. So love the people who treat you right. "Forgive the ones who don't and believe that everything happens for a reason. If you get...
    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — An attorney representing the families of three people who died at the hands of a former Wisconsin police officer filed another federal lawsuit against him Wednesday, saying his department taught him to view Black people as dangerous. The lawsuit alleges that former Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph Mensah violated Jay Anderson’s constitutional rights when he fatally shot Anderson after discovering him sleeping in a park after hours in 2016. According to the lawsuit, Anderson followed all of Mensah’s commands but Mensah still considered him a threat because he was Black. Mensah, who is Black, said Anderson was reaching for a gun, and a county prosecutor declined to bring charges in the case. The lawsuit alleges Wauwatosa and its police department have a history of racist officers dating back decades, pointing to police parties in the late 1980s and late 1990s where officers dressed in blackface and Ku Klux Klan literature was present but officers were never disciplined. The lawsuit also asserts that the city is 95% white but Black people made up 83% of arrests in 2018....
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Sixty-five days and counting – if you filed your federal taxes on the delayed deadline of May 17, that is how long you have been waiting for your refund. But many people who filed early are even still waiting. So what’s the holdup? READ MORE: 16-Year-Old Charged In 2 Carjackings In Chicagos Douglas Neighborhood CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra went digging for answers Wednesday. “I do taxes for a couple of other family members, so we all filed prior to the 15th of April,” said Doug Brooks. Brooks, of Edgebrook, didn’t bother with this year’s IRS extension – and he thought that might pay off with a faster refund. He was right – and wrong. “One of the three of us received a refund within three days, and the other person and I are still waiting,” he said. Now, as we round out July, he’s wondering why. “That’s what it says here – ‘still being processed,’” Brooks said, “and it’s just taking a long time.” It’s the same situation for Nancy Davis in Valparaiso, Indiana. “I go every...
    THE IRS is now sending $10,200 refunds to millions of Americans who have paid unemployment taxes. Around 10million people may be getting a payout if they filed their tax returns before the big tax break in the American Rescue Plan became law. Read our stimulus checks live blog for the latest updates on Covid-19 relief... 2Around 10million people may be getting a payoutCredit: Getty The new rules stipulate that unemployment benefit money is not earned income during the coronavirus pandemic. This means you cannot be taxed on the money you got in 2020, CNET noted. Last week, the agency started rolling out the first of the tax-break refunds to eligible Americans and will continue to do so during the summer. The IRS will have to process and review tax returns and taxes paid on unemployment benefits to do this. The amount people will actually receive will vary – and not everyone is going to get a refund. In Joe Biden's stimulus bill, weekly $300 bonus unemployment payments are included, along with a third stimulus check – including plus up payments....
    THE IRS is now sending $10,200 refunds to millions of Americans who have paid unemployment taxes. Around 10million people may be getting a payout if they filed their tax returns before the big tax break in the American Rescue Plan became law. Read our stimulus checks live blog for the latest updates on Covid-19 relief... 3Around 10million people may be getting a payout if they filed their tax returns before the big tax break in the American Rescue Plan became law The new rules stipulate that unemployment benefit money is not earned income during the coronavirus pandemic. This means you cannot be taxed on the money you got in 2020, CNET noted. Last week, the agency started rolling out the first of the tax-break refunds to eligible Americans and will continue to do so during the summer. The IRS will have to process and review tax returns and taxes paid on unemployment benefits to do this. The amount people will actually receive will vary – and not everyone is going to get a refund. In Joe Biden's stimulus bill, weekly $300 bonus unemployment payments are included,...
    Americans who overpaid taxes on unemployment benefits this year will start to receive refunds this week, the Internal Revenue Service announced Friday. Under the American Rescue Plan, workers who received $10,200 or less in unemployment benefits last year don't have to pay taxes on that money, as they normally would. However, Congress passed the law change in March, after millions of people had already filed their tax returns. As many as 10 million people potentially overpaid their taxes and could be in line for refunds, the IRS said Friday. The agency has begun correcting those tax returns and issuing refunds. It's doing the work in phases, starting with single taxpayers with simple returns — such as those who didn't claim children or refundable tax credits. More complex returns, including those filed by married couples filing jointly, will take until the end of the summer to correct, the IRS said. Taxpayers who overpaid don't need to do anything. The IRS said it is reviewing and correcting returns "to determine the correct taxable amount of unemployment compensation and tax."...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Taxpayers who already filed their 2020 federal income taxes and included unemployment relief payments in gross earnings may be getting some unexpected money back, the IRS announced Friday. The deadline for people to file their federal tax returns was moved from April 15 to Monday, May 17, but the IRS said about 10 million people who filed in advance and factored in unemployment in their gross income could be receiving refunds of varying amounts. READ MORE: Rancho Cucamonga Man Charged In 2003 Killing Of Woman Found In San Diego Dumpster “These corrections are being made automatically in a phased approach, easing the burden on taxpayers,” the IRS said in a statement. “The first phase is underway and includes the simplest returns. The next phase will include more complex tax returns, which the IRS anticipates will take through the end of summer to review and correct.” According to federal officials, the reason for the refunds is part of provisions of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 which exempts up to $10,200 in unemployment benefits for households...
    THE latest round of $1,400 stimulus checks includes "plus-up" payments for those who filed their 2020 tax returns showing a significant change in income. In the sixth batch of the third stimulus check, the IRS added a "plus-up" bonus to the $1,400 check, bringing the total number of payments the agency doled out to over 161 million. 2The sixth round of stimulus checks included "plus-up" paymentsCredit: Getty Images Over $379 billion has been distributed to Americans via direct payments since the first round of stimulus checks in March, with two million checks distributed in the latest round, coming out to just over $3.4 billion. Of these, about 900,000 were issued through direct deposits while 1.1 million were mailed. But what makes this round so special is they included special "plus-up" payments given that some recipients eligible for the stimulus check filed their 2020 taxes. Given the checks are basically credits in advance of one's tax returns, the previous stimulus checks were relying on Americans' 2019 taxes, which did not represent the massive unemployment experienced during the pandemic. 2About 700,000...
    kate_sept2004 | E+ | Getty Images A sixth batch of $1,400 stimulus checks has gone out, bringing the total number of payments sent to date to about 161 million. More than $379 billion has been sent to Americans via direct payments since distribution began in March. The latest set includes around 2 million checks worth about $3.4 billion. More from Personal Finance:Here's who could still be waiting and eligible for a $1,400 stimulus checkUnemployment benefits cut short for more than 300,000 during pandemicThese are the money moves to make during an economic recovery Recipients include people the IRS did not previously have on record. About 700,000 stimulus checks representing more than $1.3 billion were issued to those people in this round after the IRS processed their 2020 tax returns. The government has encouraged people who do not receive federal benefits nor typically file tax returns to file this year in order to submit their payment information and receive their stimulus money.VIDEO2:2102:21How to get a bigger stimulus check using your tax returnInvest in You: Ready. Set. Grow.That request applies to the...
    Loading the player... A New York City man has filed a class-action lawsuit against Amazon after his job offer was revoked after he tested positive for marijuana during a drug test. According to the Daily News, in the lawsuit, Michael Thomas said he was offered a position at an Amazon warehouse in Staten Island last November as a package sorter. After not hearing from the company for more than a month, Thomas called them only to discover that he was removed from further consideration. The job, which pays $17.25 per hour, was contingent upon the results of the test. Read More: Steph and Ayesha Curry to host ‘Tattletales’ revival on HBO Max The suit, filed in Brooklyn Federal Court on Friday, claims that Amazon violated the New York Human Rights Laws, which prohibits pre-employment marijuana testing except for employees who will operate heavy machinery. TMZ reported that he’s suing for damages and an injunction to block the company from further revoking job offers due to marijuana. As of May 10, 2020, “covered employers are not permitted...
    Two men have been charged with voter fraud in Los Angeles after allegedly submitting thousands of fraudulent voting applications on behalf of homeless people. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday that Carlos Antonio de Bourbon Montenegro is being arraigned on 18 felony counts of voter fraud and over 10 additional felony counts for allegedly submitting more than 8,000 invalid voter registration applications on nomination papers during a bid to run for mayor of Hawthorne, California, according to NBC 4 News Los Angeles. It is alleged that Montenegro submitted and filed 41 signatures and addresses to the city clerk over the summer and just 18 were validated. Montenegro, along with accomplice Marcos Raul Arevalo, also allegedly used post office boxes and Montenegro’s home address "as mailing addresses for over 8,000 voter registration applications for fictitious, non-existent or deceased persons, that were submitted for processing to the Los Angeles County Registrar- Recorder's Office and the California Secretary of State.'' Arevalo was charged with eight counts of voter fraud, along with other charges, and could face a maximum of seven...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Mayor Bill Peduto says he supports the charges filed this week against protesters accused of harassing diners in downtown Pittsburgh. The mayor spoke about the incident on Wednesday, saying the people who are charged have repeatedly derailed peaceful protests and have been hurtful to their own cause. RELATED STORIES: Pittsburgh Police Trying To Identify Skater, Bicyclist Allegedly Involved In Aggravated Assault At Protest President Trump Reacts To Viral Video Of Protesters Clashing With Diners In Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Police Reviewing Viral Video Showing Clash Between Protesters And Restaurant Patrons Couple Seen In Viral Video Of Clash With Pittsburgh Protesters Speaks Out “There’s a handful of people that are causing these problems, and what they’re doing is hurting the Black Lives Matter movement,” Peduto said. “They’re not helping it. “The voice of the community is being overtaken by the voices of a handful of people and extremists.” Three protesters — Monique Craft, Kenneth McDowell and Shawn Green — are each facing several charges, including harassment.
    New York (CNN Business)First-time claims for unemployment benefits have fallen in every report for the past 12 weeks. Still, the American jobs crisis is far from over: Another 1.5 million Americans filed initial jobless claims last week.That's emblematic of how contradictory the current pandemic recession is. Conditions in the US labor market are undoubtedly improving, but the road to recovery is long and littered with obstacles.Last week's new jobless claims brought the total claims filed since the mid-March to 47.3 million.And that massive number doesn't include claims filed under the pandemic program that Congress created to provide benefits to more workers who typically aren't eligible for unemployment benefits, including the self-employed. 728,000 people claimed first-time pandemic unemployment assistance, the Department of Labor said Thursday.Continued regular jobless claims, which count people who have filed for unemployment benefits for at least two weeks in a row, stood at 19.5 million.Read MoreThis is a developing story. It will be updated
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