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Mercury News
Birth tourism companies targeted in 2015 raids charged pregnant women, mostly from China, $40,000 to $100,000.
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Daily Breeze
Birth tourism companies targeted in 2015 raids charged pregnant women, mostly from China, $40,000 to $100,000.
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The San Bernardino Sun
After nearly three hours discussing options, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday afternoon, June 30, agreed to watch their numbers for a couple more days before acting on a state recommendation that these businesses close to slow recent increases in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
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Sacramento Bee on MSN.com
Pacific Coast League President Branch Rickey penned a love letter Tuesday to the game his family helped shape, romanticizing over summers past and seasons to come after Minor League Baseball announced the cancellation of the 2020 season.
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Keywords:
Campaign ~ Season ~ Crisis
EdSurge
Among contemporary education critics, the textbook is a classic and perennial foil—perhaps because its very construction is essentially a compromise
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True Blue L.A on MSN.com
With no players supplied from the majors during the coronavirus pandemic, Minor League Baseball officially canceled the 2020 season, against the backdrop of the working agreement between MLB and MiLB expiring later this year.
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VVNG
Four additional County jail inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, according to San Bernardino County Health Officials. One of those inmates was a new arrest and determined to be positive for COVID-19 during their medical assessment when they arrived at the jail.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
American Airline officials led a tour for reporters highlighting new safety protocols at check-in kiosks, the Admirals Club, boarding gates, and the planes themselves even as the pandemic spreads across the country.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
American Airline officials led a tour for reporters highlighting new safety protocols at check-in kiosks, the Admirals Club, boarding gates, and the planes themselves even as the pandemic spreads across the country.
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Keywords:
American Airlines ~ Airline ~ International
Land-Grant Holy Land on MSN.com
July 13 — we here at LGHL will be taking a look at the leaders of each position group. Who will the team turn to when the clock is ticking and the stakes are high? Some positions’ standouts will be obvious,
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Keywords:
Fields ~ Jack Miller ~ Leadership
Sports Illustrated
The pools need not include every player on a team’s 40-man roster, and in many cases do not. The Dodgers, however, did include every player on their 40-man. Here, then, is a quick look at each of the 11 non-roster players included in the Dodgers player pool.
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Sports Illustrated
The Southern California runner showed a few glimpses of what he could do when running the football in 2019. That should change very soon.
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Sports Illustrated
The Southern California runner showed a few glimpses of what he could do when running the football in 2019. That should change very soon.
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The LA Times on MSN.com
California's vehicle license fee was slashed, starving the state of funds for road repair and setting the stage for higher gas prices.
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Keywords:
Letter to the editor ~ Unsecured debt ~ United States
Distractify
COVID-19 has sadly canceled many of the plans we had in store for Fourth of July 2020. But some fireworks are still taking place. Here’s where to watch.
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Champion Newspapers
A 62-year-old man was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of burglarizing a home in the unincorporated area of Chino, according to the Chino Hills Police Department.
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