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Authorities are investigating whether deputies shared graphic photos of the helicopter crash scene where Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others were killed, according to a newspaper report. The Los Angeles Times reported that a public safety source with knowledge of the events had seen one of the photos on the phone of another official in a setting that was not related to the investigation of the crash. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Maria Lucero told The Associated Press on Friday that “the matter is being looked into.”
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The recent plunge in stocks is making many everyday investors question how they should handle their retirement savings during such a swoon.
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Pegg added that the Star Trek movies have "lost momentum"
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(Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration can’t make Central American immigrants wait out the result of their asylum applications to the U.S. in Mexico, a federal appeals court said.The San Francisco-based court on Friday upheld a judge’s order barring the Homeland Security Department’s policy, which prevents immigrants from countries like Guatemala and Honduras from living in the U.S. during the years-long review process. The appellate court in May had allowed the administration to implement the policy pending its appeal.Read More: Trump Barred From Forcing Asylum Seekers to Wait in MexicoAs of January, more than 57,000 asylum seekers and migrants had been returned to Mexico to wait for their court dates, according to Human Rights First. Of those, 25,000 were sent back to Nuevo Laredo and Matamoros in the state of Tamaulipas, which the U.S. State Department has designated a “do not travel” area because of the risk of crime and kidnapping, the organization said.Asylum seekers who have been returned to Mexico are targeted by kidnappers and face assault in shelters, in taxis and buses, and on the streets when looking for food, Human Rights First said in a Jan. 22 statement. Multiple children in Matamoros have reported that they fear human traffickers are targeting the camp there, the organization said.The case is Innovation Law Lab v. McAleenan, 19-15716, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (San Francisco).(Updates with details and background starting in third paragraph)To contact the reporter on this story: Edvard Pettersson in Los Angeles at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Peter Blumberg at email@example.com, Joe Schneider, Peter JeffreyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
The situation in China is even worse than you think, says this analyst with a history of accurate calls
Leland Miller is CEO of the China Beige Book, a research firm that collects data from surveys of thousands of Chinese companies and industry participants to construct a report on the economy that's more granular — and possibly more candid — than the notoriously opaque Chinese government data. China Beige Book just released to clients a “flash,” or preliminary, set of data for the first quarter this year, documenting the first effects of the COVID-19 epidemic, and Miller spoke with MarketWatch about what they've learned. “The situation on the ground is materially worse than what has come out in the media,” he said in an interview.
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