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Lawsuit from fan alleges MLB teams engaged in corruption in sign-stealing scandal

24 Jan 2020

Major League Baseball (MLB) teams secretly distorted player statistics and deprived fans of an "honest fantasy baseball competition," a lawsuit filed by a fan alleges in the fallout to a sign-stealing scandal involving the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox.

Lawsuit from fan alleges MLB teams engaged in corruption in sign-stealing scandal

24 Jan 2020

Jan 23 Major League Baseball (MLB) teams secretly distorted player statistics and deprived fans of an "honest fantasy baseball competition," a lawsuit filed by a fan alleges in the fallout to a sign-stealing scandal involving the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox.

Quake-hit Puerto Rico to get $8.2 billion in delayed U.S. aid

15 Jan 2020

Puerto Rico will be allowed access to $8.2 billion in delayed disaster-aid funding by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the island's non-voting member of the U.S. Congress said. | Video

UPDATE 2-Quake-hit Puerto Rico to get $8.2 bln in delayed U.S. aid

15 Jan 2020

Jan 15 Puerto Rico will be allowed access to $8.2 billion in delayed disaster-aid funding by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the island's non-voting member of the U.S. Congress said.

Federal judge temporarily exempts truck drivers from California gig worker law

06 Jan 2020

(This January 1 story corrects second paragraph to show the judge will consider imposing a preliminary, not permanent, injunction)

CORRECTED-Federal judge temporarily exempts truck drivers from California gig worker law

06 Jan 2020

Jan 1 A federal judge has temporarily blocked a California labor law meant to take effect from Jan. 1 from impacting over 70,000 independent truckers by granting a 'temporary restraining order.'

UPDATE 1-U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Yang raises $16.5 mln in Q4 for bid

02 Jan 2020

Jan 2 Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Andrew Yang raised $16.5 million in the fourth quarter, his campaign said on Thursday, well ahead of the nearly $10 million he collected in the third quarter.

Federal judge denies bid to restore 98,000 voters in U.S. state of Georgia

30 Dec 2019

A federal judge on Friday denied an attempt to restore about 98,000 voters in Georgia to the U.S. state's electoral rolls after they were removed earlier this month upon being classified as "inactive". | Video

Prosecutors claim Avenatti was over $15 million in debt during alleged Nike extortion

26 Dec 2019

California attorney Michael Avenatti, known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against U.S. President Donald Trump, was more than $15 million in debt when he allegedly tried to extort as much as $25 million from Nike Inc , U.S. prosecutors claimed.

PG&E creditors offer California wildfire victims $13.5 billion in cash upfront

21 Dec 2019

PG&E Corp's creditors have sweetened their offer to California wildfire victims, saying they are now prepared to pay $13.5 billion in cash upfront, according to a letter sent on Friday to state governor Gavin Newsom.

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