Month: May 2022

Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals Dragon Springs Road by Janie Chang for $1.99 The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer for $2.99 Heartsick by Chelsea Cain for $3.99 Deception by Selena Montgomery for $1.99 The Enigma Game by Elizabeth Wein for $2.99 The Child Finder
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A Tijuana woman who sued the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office over the cremation of her slain son’s remains, in violation of her religious faith, is poised to receive a $445,000 settlement. A recommendation from the Office of County Counsel, aimed at resolving a federal lawsuit filed by Maria Elvira Quintanilla Cebreros, was presented earlier
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A former cabinet minister has become the latest Conservative MP to publicly call for Boris Johnson to resign in the wake of the partygate scandal. Jeremy Wright, who was culture secretary and attorney general under Theresa May, posted a statement on his website saying “accountability and restoring faith in good government” required more than apologies
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It’s no secret that 3rd party apps can boost productivity, enable remote and hybrid work and are overall, essential in building and scaling a company’s work processes. An innocuous process much like clicking on an attachment was in the earlier days of email, people don’t think twice when connecting an app they need with their
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Honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. I know everybody’s busy celebrating the unofficial start of summer, but on this Memorial Day it’s important to stop and remember all of the heroes who are no longer with us because of the sacrifices they’ve made for our country. And that’s just what Justin Moore did with
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Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer for $2.99 Heartsick by Chelsea Cain for $3.99 Deception by Selena Montgomery for $1.99 The Enigma Game by Elizabeth Wein for $2.99 The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X and Alex Haley
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The culture secretary has called on UEFA to launch a formal investigation into violent scenes in Paris that delayed the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. The size of the crowd outside the Stade de France on Saturday evening appeared to overwhelm security, with many supporters waiting outside for hours, while others were
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