Mobile Trading Surges In India As Retail Joins Stock Market Party

Mobile Trading Surges In India As Retail Joins Stock Market Party Tyler Durden Mon, 07/13/2020 – 19:25 The rise of mobile daytraders has been a global phenomenon during the pandemic. From the US to Europe to China to India, pajama traders swinging stock and options positions from their smartphones steadily increased as global central banks […]

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Utah Vietnam veteran finally receives Purple Heart 54 years later

Douglas W. Evans smiles from under his mask after being presented the Purple Heart by Utah Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, at McAdams’ office in West Jordan on Monday, July 13, 2020. Evans received the award for wounds suffered during the Vietnam War. McAdams’ staff worked with the Department of Defense on behalf of the Evans […]

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ICE to launch ‘Citizens Academy’ will teach civilians about ‘targeted arrests’

A “Citizens Academy” planned by a branch of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which will include “scenario-based training and exercises,” is spreading alarm among civil liberties and immigration rights organizations — which question why the agency is devoting resources to providing civilians with “firearms familiarization” and instruction in “targeted arrests.” … …read more Source:: […]

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Nearly 1,000 U.S. immigration detention center employees test positive for coronavirus

NEW YORK — More than 930 employees of private contractors running U.S. immigration detention centers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to congressional testimony given by company executives on Monday. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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2020 graduates in Southern California receive Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship awards

Congratulations to 2020 high school graduate scholarship winners in Southern California. (File photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/ SCNG) The second annual Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship awards have been announced — and 10 recent 2020 high school graduates from around Southern California are recipients. The students will each receive $40,000 to study computer science at […]

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Mikaela Mayer puts virus setbacks aside to headline Tuesday’s ESPN Top Rank card

A then-teenage Mikaela Mayer used to barge into her classroom on Monday mornings eager to share her results from the weekend’s amateur boxing tournament. “I started boxing,” Mayer told her teachers and classmates at Miguel Leonis High School in Woodland Hills. “I’m 3-0. … There must have been so many people who were like, ‘OK, […]

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