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Congratulations, You May Already Be Able to Direct Your Money ...

by Syd Gernstein I couldn't help but think of the Publisher's Clearing House prize patrol as I read recent IRS guidance clarifying the taxation of rollovers from qualified plans to multiple destinations. Publisher's Clearing House doesn't mess ... Bureau of National Affairs, 1 week ago
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Devon Alexander fighting for Ferguson, Mo., St. Louis

When Kevin Cunningham was a young cop patrolling the streets of inner city St. Louis, he remembers getting out into the community to know people and develop trust. As part of that process, Cunningham, who grew up in nearby Ferguson, Mo., developed ...
 USA Today1 week ago
Pakistan Today

Supporters in Malala`s hometown celebrate Nobel win

Hundreds of supporters in Malala Yousafzai`s hometown cheered as they watched their heroine accept her Nobel Peace Prize on Wednesday on a giant TV, as Pakistan`s Prime Minister promised the activist`s dream for girls` education would come true. ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago Supporters in Malala's hometown celebrate Nobel win  Pakistan Today1 week ago Malala awarded 'Children's Nobel' prize in Sweden  Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago Activist's hometown celebrates Nobel win  The Gulf Today1 week ago
Huffington Post

California First State To Ban Wildlife-Killing Contests, Activists Say

Perry McKenna Photography You'll no longer be allowed to kill coyotes, foxes, bobcats and other animals to win a prize in California. The state just became the first to outlaw such hunting competitions , according to conservationists. The ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
Brunei Times

Japan boosts patrolling against coral poaching, urges China to act

Please support our site by enabling javascript to view ads. The Japanese government said Tuesday it is stepping up efforts to deal with Chinese fishermen poaching valuable coral in Japanese territorial waters and its exclusive economic zone ...
 GlobalPost1 month ago Coast Guard boosting patrols against Chinese coral poachers  Japan Times1 month ago Japan arrests Chinese boat skipper over coral poaching  Brunei Times1 month ago Japan arrests Chinese fishing boat skipper over coral poaching  Asiaone1 month ago

CTO lauds bravery of patrolling officers for nabbing robbers

LAHORE (APP): Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Tayyab Hafeez Cheema on Saturday said that patrolling officer Azmat, deployed at Green Town traffic sector has nabbed two robbers and handed over them to Industrial Area police station. Appreciating the ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago
Public Radio International

Despite Nobel Prize, Sirleaf's Re-Election Not Guaranteed

By Bonnie Allen Player utilities Liberians go to the polls on Tuesday to choose a president, less than a week after the incumbent Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was named a Nobel Peace Prize winner. It's a pretty heady campaign endorsement, and it's ...
 Public Radio International5 days ago
Air Force Link

Civil Air Patrol receives congressional recognition

By Staff Sgt. Anthony Nelson Jr, Air Force Public Affairs Agency, Operating Location - P / Published December 12, 2014 WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- About 40 living World War II members and their relatives, as well as the families of deceased members, were ...
 Noodls1 week ago

Extra police on streets after 12-year-old girl indecently assaulted

Princes Street: Extra partrols after 12-year-old attacked.STV Police are carrying out "high-visibility" patrols after a 12-year-old girl was indecently assaulted in Aberdeen. The child was attacked in the Princes Street area of the city, near ...
 STV.tv3 weeks ago
Canberra Times

Tim the Yowie Man: Of snakes and speed

Neil Graham on patrol outside the War Memorial in the 1960s. Photo: Neil Graham The mystery as to the identity of the cyclist who cheekily directed traffic in Canberra 1950s and 1960s when the ACT Police were late for point duty () has been solved.
 Canberra Times1 month ago
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