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Bitcoin Billionaire Michael Saylor Reaches $40 Million Settlement in DC Tax Fraud Case

Billionaire bitcoin investor and MicroStrategy founder Michael Saylor will pay $40 million to settle a tax fraud lawsuit brought by Washington, DC, Attorney General Brian Schwalb.

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SNAP Benefis 2024: Washington Unveils SUN Bucks Program: 500,000+ Children to Receive Summer Food Aid

SNAP Benefis 2024: Washington Unveils SUN Bucks Program: 500,000+ Children to Receive Summer Food Aid

Washington's SUN Bucks program, an extension of SNAP benefits, will provide $120 in food assistance to over 500,000 children during the summer months.

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Washington DC Ranked as the Hardest-Working City in US; Factors Include Employment Rate, Average Weekly Work Hours

Washington DC Ranked as the Hardest-Working City in US; Factors Include Employment Rate, Average Weekly Work Hours

According to a study conducted by WalletHub, Washington DC has been ranked as the hardest working city in America.

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Washington Governor Jay Inslee Signs Strippers’ Bill of Rights Into Law — Here's What You Need to Know

Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed the strippers' bill of rights into law on Monday.

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New Legislation Threatens TikTok Ban in the U.S. - ByteDance Given Five-Month Ultimatum

House Representatives propose the Protecting Americans From Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act to force ByteDance, the Chinese parent company of TikTok, to divest the app within five months or get banned.

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2 Chinese Nationals Convicted for Multimillion-Dollar Scheme to Dupe Apple Out of 5,000 iPhones

Two Chinese nationals were convicted by a federal jury in Washington, DC, for their involvement in a fraudulent scheme that would have cost Apple more than $3 million.

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Trump's Presidecy Preparation for Rollback.

Experts say that the Trump administration will severely limit the influence of Washington in the upcoming years.

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Funds for the coal region areas.

Coal Region will be getting funds from the Washinton Government and some establishments.

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Amazon is Pushing The U.S. Government to Authorize Its Efforts on Establishing a Delivery Business

Amazon is pushing the U.S. officials to authorize their moves in efforts to be a new player in the logistics and delivery industry. In recent months, the company has been making moves to achieve the ambition, including building its drones fleet and leasing Boeing planes.

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Boeing 737 MAX airliner: Successfully completes maiden flight

Boeing’s newest airliner 737 MAX flies its wings for the first time. The airliner took off from the company's Renton, Washington factory. The journey of this aircraft paves way towards scheduled delivery of airlines in 2017.

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Washington and Oregon delayed crab season after discovering toxins in crustaceans

Crabs are eaten widely in Washington, Oregon and California. It also a tradition at Thanksgiving and other holiday meals. But this year, the locals have to wait for a little to get their hands on scrumptious crab dishes.

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Chipotle Re-Opens Restaurant After E.coli Outbreak in Washington and Oregon

Chipotle Mexican Grill re-open their 43 restaurant who was closed down due to E.coli outbreak since earlier this month. After health officials in Oregon and Washington State did not find E.coli in the sample taken from the restaurants.

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Boston Olympic backers say won't make bid without public support

The organizers for Boston's campaign to host the 2024 Olympic Games on Monday said they would not make a final bid to the International Olympic Committee unless a majority of Massachusetts residents support the idea.

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Local bankers emerge as Fed ally in fight against audit bill

Local bankers are joining the fight against a congressional proposal to audit the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy decisions, with more expected to lobby against the bill if it gains traction in Washington.

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Contract negotiators for U.S. West Coast ports reach tentative deal

A group of shipping companies and a powerful dockworkers union clinched a tentative labor deal on Friday after nine months of negotiations, settling a dispute that disrupted the flow of cargo through 29 U.S. West Coast ports and snarled trans-Pacific maritime trade with Asia.

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