Crystal Gross

GA Officials Brace For Armed Protests At State Capitol

Georgia State Capitol

Last week’s U.S. capitol riot may not be the last of the riots. Authorities in Atlanta and others across the country are preparing for the possibility of more unrest ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, one Georgia-based militia told the outlet that it would protest …

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Yeezy Intern Sued By Company For Violating Non-Disclosure Agreement

Kanye West for Yeezy Beauty

A summer intern has been hit with a hefty lawsuit by Kanye West’s fashion empire, Yeezy. Ryan Inwards is accused of posting unauthorized social media posts. The lawsuit—filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday—says Inward’s postings of confidential photos on his Instagram account go against the non-disclosure agreement he …

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IRS Delays Start Of Tax Filing Season To February 12

IRS delays tax filing for 2021

Usually, the tax filing start date is at the end of January, but the IRS says it will start on February 12. The 12th is when the agency will start to accept 2020 tax returns, CNBC News reports. The delay is due to the coronavirus pandemic since the agency needs …

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NRA Files For Bankruptcy, Plans To Reincorporate In Texas

NRA

The National Rifle Association has remained a primary focus in some of the country’s most heated debates regarding weapons rights and has now filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to USA Today, the powerful gun lobby filed in Texas following New York attorney general Letitia James’ lawsuit seeking to dissolve the …

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Trump Administration Lied About “Reserve” 2nd Vaccine Doses

COVid Vaccine

The Trump administration promised a reserved amount of second vaccine doses, but as COVID-19 cases continue to spike, those anticipated doses have evaporated. According to CNN, second-round shipments—under the new policy—have already been distributed. A senior administration close to the situation told the outlet that the Trump administration said it …

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