Tuohys cite texts in latest legal response to Oher https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/39043361/tuohys-respond-michael-oher-injunction-request-include-text-messages-court-filing
Alfajiri Energy Corporation, a Canada-based start-up operated from a private home, was selected by the Democratic Republic of Congo government to extract methane from the country's notorius "killer" Lake Kivu despite failing to meet the minimum financial requirements.
Exclusive: Canadian winner of gas rights on Congo's 'killer' Lake Kivu failed criteria
A Canadian start-up run from a private home was chosen by Democratic Republic of Congo for a technically complex project to extract methane from the deep waters of a volatile lake, despite the company not meeting the tender's financial criteria, documents seen by Reuters show.
Cowboys Playoff Picture: Familiar foe opens up the NFC East https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/cowboys_playoff_picture_familiar_foe_opens_up_the_nfc_east/s1_17313_39622429
Cowboys Playoff Picture: Familiar foe opens up the NFC East
The Dallas Cowboys are 9-3 at the midseason mark following a dramatic win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 13. On top of that, they got some help from a rival that put the NFC East back in play for them. Let's dive into the Cowboys' playoff picture entering Week 14, from who they'd play in the first round based on the current standings to their chances of stealing the division. Yeah, here we go! White eighty set hut. Despite such a positive record, the Cowboys would still be behind the Phila…
The No Labels party on Thursday filed a lawsuit in Arizona seeking to block its ballot line from being used by candidates who oppose the group’s efforts to launch a third-party ticket for president next year.
The lawsuit asks a federal judge in Phoenix to block Secretary of State Adrian Fontes from allowing people to run for offices other than president or vice president under the No Labels banner.
Fontes’s office told the group last month that it is obligated to accept filings f…
No Labels sues Arizona to block opponents from using the new political party to run for office
The No Labels Party of Arizona has filed a lawsuit seeking to block people from running for offices other than president using its newly approved 2024 ballot line. The lawsuit, filed Thursday amid an ongoing dispute over whether must register as a party and publicly disclose its donors and expenses, argues that the nascent political party, which has secured ballot access in Arizona and 11 other states, is not subject to Arizona’s campaign finance disclosure laws. And, as it considers running …
FTC judge decides Intuit’s ‘free’ TurboTax ads did mislead consumers
Despite an evening picking out deer ked from my clothes, feeling extremely privileged to be able to take stroll through the woods and come back with a treasure trove of chanterelle (late in the season!) and yellowfoot (early). Made for excellent dinner.
Perks of Finland not reproducible to most, and don't I know it.