Trio accused in theft of $184,000 from 102-year-old Holocaust survivor

Irmgard Deutsch survived the Holocaust, but the 102-year-old Hollywood woman did not survive caregivers who are accused of stealing more than $184,000 from her credit cards, bank and brokerage accounts. She died in December 2018 following a stroke and a five-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease and declining physical health, court records state. Carlene Henry Davis, […]

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U.S. securities regulator warns investors over Chinese company disclosures

The head of the U.S. securities regulator on Wednesday warned investors against putting money into Chinese companies as they rebalance their portfolios following market turmoil due to ongoing problems with those companies’ disclosures. The comments from Securities and Exchange Commission chair Jay Clayton come as hawkish lawmakers and former officials renew efforts to persuade the […]

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LAPD will end controversial program that aimed to predict where crimes would occur

Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore announced Tuesday that, in light of financial constraints caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the department would stop using a controversial program that predicts where property crimes could occur throughout the city. Critics say the predictive-policing program, called Pred-Pol, has led to heavier policing of minority neighborhoods. Moore has said […]

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