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Internet Gambling Among Teens and College Students

Internet Gambling Among Teens and College Students

Gambling is a popular pastime for adults, whether it is purchasing lotto tickets, betting on sports games or casino-style gambling. Unsurprisingly, internet gambling has also become popular; it is so popular that in the fall of 2011, comScore found that online gambling was the fastest growing online category, with almost 10 million U.S. users. Global online gambling …

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How Do I Report Cyberbullying to Police or Law Enforcement

How Do I Report Cyberbullying to Police or Law Enforcement

What is cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is using information and communication technologies to deliberately and repeatedly behave in a manner intended to harass, threaten, humiliate or harm others. Though laws vary by state, cyberbullying behavior can rapidly tip over into criminal offenses and contacting law enforcement may be a needed step in stopping the behavior. Many tweens …

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Data shows a number of groups from major universities are participating in decentralized finance (defi) governance.

Blockchain Groups From Major Universities Are Powerful Voters in Defi Governance Protocols

Data shows a number of groups from major universities are participating in decentralized finance (defi) governance. For instance, out of 15 of the largest voters in Uniswap’s last governance proposal, six of the major voters were tied to universities like Harvard, Berkeley, Stanford, Penn, Michigan, MIT, and Columbia University. Blockchain University Groups Identified as Major …

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Vote delayed on Biden's SBA nominee amid GOP-led filibuster attempts

Vote delayed on Biden’s SBA nominee amid GOP-led filibuster attempts

A critical vote on President Joe Biden’s nomination for a top Small Business Administration position has been postponed following GOP-led filibuster attempts due to the nominee’s association with an advocacy group that has been critical of Israel. Republican senators have condemned Dilawar Syed, a Pakistani-American entrepreneur nominated to serve as the SBA deputy administrator, for …

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Judge Eyes Sanctions on Pro-Trump Lawyers Who Claimed Voter Fraud 

Judge Eyes Sanctions on Pro-Trump Lawyers Who Claimed Voter Fraud

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. judge on Monday appeared likely to reprimand Sidney Powell, a former campaign lawyer for Donald Trump, and other attorneys over a lawsuit they filed in Michigan seeking to overturn Democratic President Joe Biden’s election victory. U.S. District Judge Linda Parker in Detroit suggested the pro-Trump lawyers should have investigated the Republican …

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How Do I Report Cyberbullying to Police or Law Enforcement

How Do I Report Cyberbullying to Police or Law Enforcement

What is cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is using information and communication technologies to deliberately and repeatedly behave in a manner intended to harass, threaten, humiliate or harm others. Though laws vary by state, cyberbullying behavior can rapidly tip over into criminal offenses and contacting law enforcement may be a needed step in stopping the behavior. Many tweens …

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Iowa Supreme Court Turns Around $1.5 Million Verdict Versus Former Governor In Sexual Preference Discrimination Match

Iowa Supreme Court Turns Around $1.5 Million Verdict Versus Former Governor In Sexual Preference Discrimination Match

After nearly a decade of litigation, in Godrey v. State of Iowa et al, Case No. 19-1954 (June 30, 2021), the Iowa Supreme Court reversed a jury verdict granting $1.5 million in damages and $3.1 million in attorneys’ fees to the former Iowa Workers’ Compensation Commissioner, based on his allegation that the Governor of the …

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The Weisselberg Indictment Is Not A “Fringe Benefits” Case

The Weisselberg Indictment Is Not A “Fringe Benefits” Case

In the days before the July 1, 2021 issuance of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Weisselberg-Trump Organization indictment, public anticipation was positively underwhelming. It would just be a fringe benefits case, we were told – meaning, a dispute, of a picayune sort that almost never yields criminal charges, regarding whether or not an employee’s use of, say, a company …

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Law Enforcement agencies complete "Murph Workout" in honor of those who serve

Law Enforcement agencies complete “Murph Workout” in honor of those who serve

STILLWATER, Okla. (KOKH) — Officers from several law enforcement agencies met up to complete the “Murph Workout” today. The “Murph” was one of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy’s favorite workouts. Murphy was killed in Afghanistan on June 28th, 2005, and was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor after his death. On the day of his death …

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Law enforcement officers ‘relieved’ accused killer Tyler Terry in custody after a week

Law enforcement officers ‘relieved’ accused killer Tyler Terry in custody after a week

Tyler Terry came to the Chester County command center covered in bug bites, cloths torn, dehydrated, and exhausted. He spent nearly seven days on the run from law enforcement after allegedly killing two people in South Carolina and two others near St. Louis, Missouri, and shooting at deputies in Chester County. The manhunt began on …

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Mariska Hargitay praises girl who fought attempted kidnapper with 'Law & Order: SVU' trick

Mariska Hargitay praises girl who fought attempted kidnapper with ‘Law & Order: SVU’ trick

Mariska Hargitay is praising a young “Law & Order: SVU” fan, who used a tip she saw on the show to help Florida police catch the man who allegedly attempted to kidnap her. According to a report from Today, published Thursday, an 11-year-old girl, identified only by her first name Alyssa, was playing outside with …

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‘Law & Order’ brings back NYPD detective Elliot Stabler in new series, a crossover episode

‘Law & Order’ brings back NYPD detective Elliot Stabler in new series, a crossover episode

LOS ANGELES — The latest member of the “Law & Order” franchise has a familiar face playing a familiar character, but producer Dick Wolf says he’s switching up the storytelling. NBC’s “Law & Order: Organized Crime” stars Christopher Meloni as New York police detective Elliot Stabler, the role he played until 2011 on “Law & …

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