Maradona tests negative for coronavirus, says his lawyer

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Former Argentine soccer player Diego Maradona tested negative for COVID-19 on Monday, allaying fears he had contacted the virus after hugging a colleague who was later found to have tested positive, his lawyer said on Monday.

The man who led Argentina to the World Cup in

On-Site COVID-19 Cases Eligible for Worker’s Comp

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On September 17, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 1159 into law, which is effective immediately for all employers. The law does five things: (1) it codifies Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-62-20 on a disputable presumption for all mandatory on-site workers for workers’

Digital identity is the future, US congressman Bill Foster says

Speaking at the online launch event for the Global Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Association on Friday — a Chicago-based group focused on regulatory clarity and industry security — U.S. Representative Bill Foster explained the importance of a “secure digital identity.” 

“You can have the most rock-solid cryptographic guarantees of a

Egyptian Lawyer files lawsuit against Syrian singer Asala Nasri

Asala Nasri
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Dubai: Egyptian Lawyer Samir Sabry has filed a lawsuit with the Public Prosecutor against celebrated Syrian singer Asala Nasri accusing her of quoting part of a Hadith by Prophet Muhammad in her recent hit song “Rifqan”. Sabry, well known for instigating lawsuits against celebrities, told

Video of immigration agents stopping and questioning Black jogger sparks backlash, calls for investigation

Apreala videotaped some of the exchange, which was posted by a woman on Facebook, and later rocketed across the Internet.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts announced it was representing Apreala and investigating the encounter.

“This incident raises serious constitutional questions and is disturbing on a human level,” attorney