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NY Judge Green Lights FCRA Suit Against Experian
A federal judge in Manhattan has rejected Experian Information Solutions Inc.'s bid to dismiss a Bronx woman's FCRA lawsuit charging that the giant credit bureau failed to investigate her disputes of alleged inaccuracies stemming from identity theft.
Joanne Chianello: Election loss only helped to make CHEO's CEO Munter a winner
In the past seven years, former city councillor and failed mayoral candidate Alex Munter has headed up the Youth Services Bureau and the provincial Local Health Integration Network, before being named chief executive of CHEO two years ago.
The Las Vegas Sun
Latest release of NSA documents includes 2004 ruling on emails
The Obama administration released hundreds of pages of newly declassified documents related to National Security Agency surveillance late Monday, including an 87-page ruling in which the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court first approved a program to systematically track Americans' emails during the Bush administration.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Okanagan Symphony shares seats with young counterparts Sunday
Armstrong violinist and former Youth Symphony of the Okanagan member Colleen Venables performs Chausson's Poeme for Violin and Orchestra at the Okanagan Symphony's Birthday Bash, tonight in the Vernon Performing Arts Centre.
Elgin council mulls general, rec funds; closing Wing...
The city's proposed $279,625,890 budget and financial plan had its second public vetting Wednesday night - with a focus on the general, parks and recreation, casino and tax increment financing funds.
The Orlando Sentinel
Electric Daisy Carnival opens in Orlando | Video
Electric Daisy Carnival opened in Orlando Friday afternoon, and more than 50,000 fans are expected to attend the two-day electronic music festival.