The U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether Apple Inc violated securities laws concerning its disclosures that it slowed older iPhones with flagging batteries, according to a published report.
Jean Bradley Derenoncourt was born in Haiti. He immigrated to the US after the devastating earthquake in 2010 and settled in Brockton, MA. He got involved in his community, organizing for earned sick ... Read more
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WITH the school run accounting for 20 per cent of congestion, and issues around air quality and safety around the school gate – tackling the use of the private car for the school run must be a priorit ... Read more
PEMBROKE — A 25-year-old Abington man was arrested on drug charges in a raid Tuesday in Pembroke.Pembroke detectives working as part of the Old Colony Police Anti-Crime Task Force executed sear ... Read more
Days after he was allegedly questioned by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad in a Naxal-related case, a school teacher committed 'suicide' in Mumbai last week. Prabhakar Narayan Machha (64) was foun ... Read more
Though crime programming has been a mainstay of mainstream television for decades, the genre has continuously managed to shift and expand to remain a leading genre. At the “Crime Time: The Evolu ... Read more
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