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SEC: Fiat Chrysler to pay $9.5M for misleading investors

SEC: Fiat Chrysler to pay $9.5M for misleading investors

DETROIT -- Fiat Chrysler will pay $9.5 million to settle charges from U.S. securities regulators that it misled investors about emissions control problems.The Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday that the Italian-American automaker made incomplete disclosures to investors about an internal audit of its vehicle emissions systems.The agency says that in February of 2016, FCA said in a news release and in its annual report that the audit determined its vehicles complied with emissions regulations.But the audit wasn't a comprehensive review of the company's compliance, the SEC said....

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Large US political donor in jail in Lithuania

Large US political donor in jail in Lithuania

2:58VILNIUS, Lithuania -- A dual American and Lebanese citizen charged in the U.S. with conspiring to conceal the source of more than $3.5 million in donations during the 2016 U.S. presidential is in jail in Lithuania, police disclosed Monday.Police said Ahmad “Andy” Khawaja "performed multimillion-dollar transactions and was in possession of significant amounts of money” when arrested.His detention on Sept. 3 on an international arrest warrant was kept secret, and police confirmed it only after Monday’s ruling by a court in the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius, that he should remain in jail...

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France to ban use of wild animals in circuses, marine parks

France to ban use of wild animals in circuses, marine parks

0:09PARIS -- France's environment minister has announced a gradual ban on using wild in traveling circuses, on keeping dolphins and killer whales in captivity in marine parks and on raising mink on fur farms.Barbara Pompili, France's minister of ecological transition, said in a news conference Tuesday that bears, tigers, lions, elephants and other wild won't be allowed any more in travelling circuses “in the coming years.”In addition, starting immediately, France’s three marine parks won’t be able to bring in nor breed dolphins and killer whales any more, she said.“It is time to open a new...

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Cindy McCain joins Biden's transition advisory board

Cindy McCain joins Biden's transition advisory board

PHOENIX -- Cindy McCain, the widow of Republican Sen. , will advise Democrat Joe Biden's presidential transition team as it prepares for him to take office if he wins in November, the team announced Monday.McCain is the second Republican on the 16-member transition advisory board, joining Bob McDonald, the former Procter & Gamble Co. chief executive who headed the Department of Veterans Affairs under President Barack Obama.Biden has reached out extensively to Republicans disaffected with President Donald Trump. McCain, whose husband was the 2008 GOP presidential nominee, last week endorsed...

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Former officer pleads guilty in shooting death of paramedic

Former officer pleads guilty in shooting death of paramedic

COLUMBUS, Ga. -- A former police sergeant in Georgia pleaded guilty Monday to the murder of a paramedic he was having an affair with and sentenced to life in prison.The Ledger-Enquirer reports former Columbus officer William “Bill” Talley III pleaded guilty to felony murder, aggravated assault and using a gun to commit a crime in the 2019 shooting death of paramedic Kelly Levinsohn.Charges of malice murder and violating his oath of office as a police offer against Talley were dropped as part of a plea bargain.Tally could be paroled after 30 years in prison. The gun charge would add five...

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Officer pleads guilty in Georgia traffic stop of Black man

Officer pleads guilty in Georgia traffic stop of Black man

3:39ATLANTA -- A former Atlanta area police officer who acknowledged choking a Black man during a 2017 traffic stop will never work in law enforcement again after pleading guilty Monday to a charge of simple battery, prosecutors said.As part of his sentence, David Rose surrendered his law enforcement certification, the district attorney's office in Henry County said in a news release announcing the plea deal. A judge also sentenced Rose to a year of probation and 40 hours of community service and required that he complete an anger management class.Rose, who is white, was fired from the...

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US judge orders stop to Postal Service cuts, echoing others

US judge orders stop to Postal Service cuts, echoing others

14:44PHILADELPHIA -- A federal judge in Philadelphia joined others Monday in ordering a halt to recent Postal Service cuts that critics say are causing mail delays and threatening the integrity of the presidential .Six states and the District of Columbia presented “compelling evidence” from the U.S. Postal Service itself that shows “a pronounced increase in mail delays across the country” since July, the judge found.“In a pandemic, states are even more reliant on the mail, especially when it comes to administering s,” U.S. District Judge Gerald A. McHugh Jr. wrote in granting a preliminary...

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Fighting erupts between Armenia, Azerbaijan; 18 killed

Fighting erupts between Armenia, Azerbaijan; 18 killed

YEREVAN, Armenia -- Fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces has erupted again over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and the territory’s defense ministry said 16 soldiers and two civilians have been killed and more than 100 others wounded.Azerbaijan’s president, meanwhile, says his military has suffered losses, but gave no details.Armenia also claimed that four Azerbaijani helicopters were shot down and 33 Azerbaijani tanks and fighting vehicles were hit by artillery. Azerbaijan’s defense ministry rejected an earlier claim that two helicopters were shot down.The...

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Landlords suing to push back against eviction ban

Landlords suing to push back against eviction ban

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- As millions of Americans struggle to pay their rent during the pandemic, landlords are going to courts, claiming that the national eviction moratorium unfairly strains their finances and violates their property rights.At least 26 such lawsuits have been filed by property owners this year, including several federal challenges of President ’s directive, delivered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that broadly prevents evictions through the end of 2020.In Memphis, seven landlords who together manage or own more than 5,000 rental units sued this month,...

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BMW fined $18 million for inflating monthly US sales figures

BMW fined $18 million for inflating monthly US sales figures

DETROIT -- BMW will pay an $18 million fine to settle allegations that it inflated its monthly U.S. sales numbers for five straight years.The Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday that the German luxury automaker kept a reserve of unreported sales that it drew on to meet monthly targets from 2015 to 2019.BMW disclosed the misleading information while raising about $18 billion in several corporate bond offerings, the agency said.“Companies accessing U.S. markets to raise capital have an obligation to provide accurate information to investors,” Stephanie Avakian, the SEC's...

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Vietnamese police to investigate condom recycling factory

Vietnamese police to investigate condom recycling factory

HANOI, Vietnam -- Vietnamese police said they will investigate a factory that was found recycling about 320,000 used condoms for resale, local media reported Thursday.Following a tip from a local resident, Binh Duong provincial market inspectors over the weekend raided a factory near Ho Chi Minh City where they found used condoms being repacked for sale at the market, the state-owned Tuoi Tre newspaper reported.A market inspector said the owner of the factory, a 34-year-old woman, confessed that they bought the used condoms from a man in the province. The condoms were washed, reshaped and...

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Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreak

Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreak

3:07IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Iowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large outbreak that sickened its workforce — a $957 fine for a minor record-keeping violation.The outbreak at the Iowa Premium Beef Plant in Tama in April resulted in 338 of the plant's 850 workers testing positive for the virus, 80 more than the state previously acknowledged, according to inspection records released Thursday.The Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration said on June 1 that it had launched inspections at the Tama plant and four other meatpacking plants where...

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Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreak

Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreak

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Iowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large outbreak that sickened its workforce — a $957 fine for a minor record-keeping violation.The outbreak at the Iowa Premium Beef Plant in Tama in April resulted in 338 of the plant's 850 workers testing positive for the virus, 80 more than the state previously acknowledged, according to inspection records released Thursday.The Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration said on June 1 that it had launched inspections at the Tama plant and four other meatpacking plants where thousands...

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Portland denies permit for right-wing rally, cites COVID-19

Portland denies permit for right-wing rally, cites COVID-19

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Portland, Oregon, has denied a permit for a Saturday rally planned by the right-wing group Proud Boys.The city found the group’s estimated crowd size of 10,000 people was too big under safety measures, according to a statement released Wednesday by the Portland Parks & Recreation Bureau.The bureau said it had consulted with Mayor Ted Wheeler, who is also the police commissioner, and decided that those attending would not be able to comply with social distancing rules because of the large numbers of people.“We must all do our part to fight the spread of COVID-19 in our...

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Ohio sues to block nuclear bailout money from being paid

Ohio sues to block nuclear bailout money from being paid

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio’s attorney general sued Wednesday in an attempt to block the state’s nuclear plants from collecting fees on electricity bills that were authorized in a new law at the center of a $60 million federal bribery probe involving the former speaker of the Ohio House.Attorney General Dave Yost filed the lawsuit in Franklin County Court in Columbus against Energy Harbor, asking the judge to block payments to the company's two nuclear plants near Cleveland and Toledo that were bailed out through the now-tainted legislation.The bailout is funded by a fee that will be added to...

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Missouri governor, opponent of mandatory masks, has COVID-19

Missouri governor, opponent of mandatory masks, has COVID-19

6:57JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican who has steadfastly refused to require residents to wear masks, tested positive for the coronavirus, his office said Wednesday.Parson was tested after his wife, Teresa, tested positive earlier in the day. Teresa Parson had experienced mild symptoms, including a cough and nasal congestion, spokeswoman Kelli Jones said. She took a rapid test that came back positive and a nasal swab test later confirmed the finding. The governor's rapid test showed he tested positive and he is still awaiting results from the swab test.“I want...

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Police detain over 400 during Sunday protests in Belarus

Police detain over 400 during Sunday protests in Belarus

3:26KYIV, Ukraine -- Police in Belarus said they detained more than 400 protesters who took part in a weekend demonstration demanding the resignation of the nation's authoritarian president following a disputed vote.With protests rocking the country for more than six weeks, tens of thousands of Belarusians marched through Minsk, the capital, on Sunday, calling for President Alexander Lukashenko to step down after 26 years in power.Soldiers blocked off the center of Minsk using water cannons, armored personnel carriers and barbed wire.Protests also took place in several other cities,...

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Briton, Aussie killed in Solomon Islands by WWII bomb blast

Briton, Aussie killed in Solomon Islands by WWII bomb blast

3:26WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Two men from Britain and who were working in the Solomon Islands to locate bombs left behind from World War II have died after one of the bombs exploded, authorities said Monday.The Norwegian People's Aid agency said the men were staff members who were working with the government to develop a database of unexploded bombs from the war.The agency identified the men as Stephen “Luke" Atkinson from Britain and n Trent Lee.The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force said the men died Sunday in the bomb blast at the office of their aid project, located in a residential...

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Trump's Ohio suburb slide signals peril in industrial north

Trump's Ohio suburb slide signals peril in industrial north

2:53COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Peggy Lehner, a Republican state senator in Ohio, doesn't sugarcoat what she has seen happen to support for President in her suburban Dayton district.“It hasn’t ebbed. It’s crashed," said Lehner, who is not seeking reelection in the district of working-class and white-collar communities the president won comfortably four years ago. “He is really doing poorly among independents."Trump's chances for a second term rest heavily on being able to maintain the margins he won by in 2016, particularly in suburban areas. He plans to campaign outside Toledo on Monday, as liberal...

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Thousands march in Berlin in support of refugees in Greece

Thousands march in Berlin in support of refugees in Greece

BERLIN -- Thousands of people marched in Berlin on Sunday demanding that the government do more to help migrants stuck in , many of whom have been made homeless since fires ravaged the country's largest refugee camp.The crowd marched through the capital to the landmark Victory Column carrying signs with slogans like “we have space” and “Seehofer, be a Christian” — a reference to Interior Minister Horst Seehofer.A little girl held a sign saying “let the people in” while a woman waved a placard saying “People are suffering, Fortress Europe looks on — and cuddles up to the right.”More than...

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Rally with Jacob Blake's family held in North Carolina

Rally with Jacob Blake's family held in North Carolina

0:52CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Members of Jacob Blake’s family attended a rally in Charlotte on Sunday, calling for an end to a “vicious cycle of hate” nearly a month after Blake, a Black man, was shot seven times by a white police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin.Those comments came from Blake’s sister, Letetra Widman, as she spoke in front of a crowd of more than 150 people at a park in the city, The News & Observer reported.“I’m tired of this vicious cycle of hate,” Widman said. “I’ve been Black for 31 years and I still can’t figure out why that makes people mad.”Her brother has been paralyzed from...

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Mexico sees fentanyl seizures up 465%, denies making drug

Mexico sees fentanyl seizures up 465%, denies making drug

1:09MEXICO CITY -- Mexican authorities say seizures of the synthetic opioid fentanyl so far this year are 465% higher than in 2019, rising to almost 2,300 pounds (1,040 kilograms) from around 405 pounds ( 184 kilograms) last year, but progress against another big Mexican export to the U.S. market — methamphetamines — is slower.The Defense Department said seizures of meth in Mexico rose by only 32.8% between Jan. 1 and Sept. 16, but busts of meth labs dropped 51% compared to the same period of last year.In a similar pattern, Mexico’s seizures of cocaine rose by 46%, but seizures of key...

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At least 10 dead in residential building collapse in India

At least 10 dead in residential building collapse in India

NEW DELHI -- A residential building that was due for repairs collapsed in central India early Monday, killing at least 10 people and trapping many others, officials said.Between 20 to 25 people are feared trapped under the rubble of the four-story building in Maharashtra state that collapsed at around 4 a.m., said India’s National Disaster Response Force, and rescuers are working to find and free them.At least 11 people were injured when the building collapsed, said Pankaj Ashiya, the commissioner of Bhiwandi in Thane district, a suburb of India’s financial capital Mumbai.He said that the...

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Georgia's Fulton County works to avoid another vote debacle

Georgia's Fulton County works to avoid another vote debacle

ATLANTA -- Twice delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, Georgia’s primary earlier this year was marred by dysfunction: Hourslong wait times at polling places. Absentee ballots that never arrived. Votes cast after midnight.The problems were most acute in Fulton County, which includes most of Atlanta and is a Democratic stronghold in a traditionally red state. State leaders launched investigations while officials in the most populous county said they did the best they could in unprecedented circumstances.Now, election officials say they're making changes to avoid a repeat in November,...

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Ohio limit of 1 ballot drop box per county blocked, appealed

Ohio limit of 1 ballot drop box per county blocked, appealed

2:24COLUMBUS, Ohio -- An Ohio judge has temporarily blocked the Republican secretary of state’s order limiting counties in the critical presidential battleground to one ballot drop box, and the state and Republicans have appealed.A judge in Franklin County, home to the state capital, blocked the directive Wednesday after Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose, who oversees Ohio s, failed to voluntarily respond to his declaration that the order was arbitrary and unreasonable.The state immediately appealed, and the Ohio Republican Party followed suit late Thursday, placing the fate of the...

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