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Pushing to close the funding lag that drains millions from homeless services

It was June 7, payday at Reclaim-Possibility, a 22-bed home in South Los Angeles for men released from jail and prison who might otherwise fall into homelessness. Once again, owner Kalain Hadley had to tell his 10 employees they might not be paid. Reimbursement checks due on the first from his funding agency, Amity Foundation, […]

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1 The crime fighting drone that beats cops to the scene

The crime-fighting drone that beats police to the scene

In a world where every second counts, revolutionary new technology is set to transform the way we respond to emergencies. Introducing the Responder quadcopter, a crime-fighting drone that beats cops to the scene and is equipped with an array of cutting-edge features designed to save lives and enhance public safety. GET SECURITY ALERTS, EXPERT TIPS

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Six climate protesters run onto 18th green and spray powder, delaying finish of PGA Tour event

CROMWELL, Conn. — Six climate protesters stormed the 18th green while the leaders were lining up their putts for the final hole of regulation at the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship on Sunday, spraying smoke and powder and delaying the finish for about five minutes. The protesters waved smoke bombs that left white and red residue

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Mets closer Edwin Díaz faces a 10-game suspension after being ejected for foreign substance on hand

CHICAGO — New York Mets closer Edwin Díaz is facing a 10-game suspension after being ejected from the team’s 5-2 win over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday night. The right-hander came on in the ninth to try to seal the victory for the Mets, but was tossed by third-base umpire Vic Carapazza before throwing a

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75-year-old John Force alert after fiery, crash at Virginia Motorsports Park

DINWIDDIE, Va. — NHRA great John Force was alert and talking to safety workers immediately after a fiery, 300-mph crash Sunday in the Virginia Nationals at Virginia Motorsports Park. John Force Racing said the 75-year-old Force was examined at the track by the NHRA Medical Team before being transported by medical helicopter to a facility

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Kaspersky security software is banned in America: What you need to know

What is malware? Kurt “CyberGuy” Knutsson discusses how to protect yourself from malware and ransomware. Kaspersky is a multinational cybersecurity company that makes antivirus software, but it’s now banned in the U.S. The Biden administration recently announced plans to stop the sale of antivirus software from Russia’s Kaspersky Lab in the States, saying the company’s

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Former Ace Hotel in downtown L.A. reopens as 'Airbnb on steroids'

The former Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, which helped lead an economic revival on a historic stretch of Broadway a decade ago, has reopened as a minimal-service operation akin to Airbnb, following a strategy that has become increasingly common for struggling hotels in recent years. Now called Stile Downtown Los Angeles by Kasa, the

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