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Ex-gang leader facing trial in Tupac Shakur killing seeking release from Vegas jail on $750K bail

Ex-gang leader facing trial in Tupac Shakur killing seeking release from Vegas jail on $750K bail

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A former Los Angeles-area gang leader accused of killing hip-hop music legend Tupac Shakur in 1996 in Las Vegas will ask a judge next week to let him out of jail to prepare for his trial on a murder charge.
Workers sue Disney claiming they were fraudulently induced to move to Florida from California

Workers sue Disney claiming they were fraudulently induced to move to Florida from California

ORLANDO, Fla.
William Shatner dives into salmon farm debate with profanity-laden campaign

William Shatner dives into salmon farm debate with profanity-laden campaign

Canadian actor William Shatner is wading into the debate over open-pen salmon farming in British Columbia, saying it's time to stop being polite in an F-word-filled video that calls for an end to the ocean farms.

Swiss court sentences 4 members of Hinduja family to up to 4 1/2 years for exploiting their servants

GENEVA (AP) — A Swiss criminal court on Friday sentenced four members of the billionaire Hinduja family with between four and 4 1/2 years in prison for exploiting their vulnerable domestic workers while at the same time dismissing the more severe cha
Online mortgage lender Nesto acquires mortgage finance company CMLS Group

Online mortgage lender Nesto acquires mortgage finance company CMLS Group

MONTREAL — Online mortgage lender Nesto says it has acquired mortgage finance company CMLS Group.
Music Review: An uninhibited Gracie Abrams finds energy in the chaos on 'The Secret of Us'

Music Review: An uninhibited Gracie Abrams finds energy in the chaos on 'The Secret of Us'

Singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams succumbs to a crush on “Risk,” the lead single of her frantic and melancholic sophomore album, "The Secret of Us.
Homelessness: Quebec, Ottawa announce $115 million for emergency housing in Montreal

Homelessness: Quebec, Ottawa announce $115 million for emergency housing in Montreal

MONTREAL — The federal and Quebec governments have announced nearly $60 million a year for the next two years to get unhoused Montrealers a roof over their heads. Ottawa and Quebec are putting up $57.
Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.7 per cent in April to $66.8 billion

Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.7 per cent in April to $66.8 billion

OTTAWA — Canadian retail sales rose 0.7 per cent to $66.8 billion in April, helped by higher sales at gasoline stations as well as food and beverage retailers.
How Oliver Platt moonlights on 'The Bear,' while still clocking in at 'Chicago Med'

How Oliver Platt moonlights on 'The Bear,' while still clocking in at 'Chicago Med'

LONDON (AP) — Timing is everything. After nine years as Dr. Daniel Charles on NBC's “Chicago Med,” Oliver Platt decided to flex his acting muscles, asking his agent if there was someone else he could play for a bit.
Musical 'From Here' explores life before and after the Pulse nightclub massacre

Musical 'From Here' explores life before and after the Pulse nightclub massacre

NEW YORK (AP) — Playwright Donald Rupe didn't intend to write a musical about the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Florida. What he wanted to write about was his friends.
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