American Turn To New Careers Including Day Trading Since COVID-19 Pandemic Struck The US

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Detroit City Clerk Explains The Importance Of Voting, Process Of Mail-In Voting In 2020Janice Winfrey, Detroit City Clerk, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about the 2020 Elections, the importance of voting, and the latest on mail-in ballots. 

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Four Macomb County Medical Examiner’s Office Employees on Leave Following Racism and Sexism AllegationsFour employees at the Macomb County Medical Examiner’s office are on leave following allegations of racism and sexism according to Detroit News.

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Independent Investigation Reveals Former U of M Provost Sexually Harassed EmployeesA new independent investigation reveals the former University of Michigan Provost sexually harassed employees according to the Detroit free press.

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Detroit Institute of Arts Says They Will Improve Workplace CultureMuseum officials gave the update to the Macomb County board after multiple employees came forward with complaints against DIA Director Salvador Salorpons.

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GM, Ford & Fiat Chrysler Report 2nd Quarter LossThis week Detroit’s automakers reported their second-quarter earnings and losses amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Detroit Police Chief Ask Officers To Intervene if They See WrongdoingDetroit Police Chief James Craig is asking Detroit Police Department Officers to intervene if they see wrongdoing by other officers.

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Man With Sword Fatally Shot By Police Officers ThursdayThis marks the cities 4th officer-involved shooting this month, and the third where the suspect was fatally wounded.

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At Home Rapid Covid-Testing May Be On Its Way. Here’s What We KnowThe Food and Drug Administration has outlined a template for commercial companies to work with the government on tests that can be done quickly at home, office or class.

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National Eviction Crisis: Millions Struggling With Paying RentRent is due for millions of Americans and a flood of evictions filings are hitting courts now nationwide.

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Gov. Whitmer Responds To AG Barr, Says She Doesn’t Believe He Didn’t Know About ThreatsIn an interview on CNN, Governor Gretchen Whitmer also says she doesn’t believe Attorney General William Barr, didn’t know about the threats protesters made to her life.

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Flint Water Crisis: Michigan Supreme Court Rules Resident Lawsuit Will ContinueA class action lawsuit filed by Flint residents for the Flint Water Crisis will continue despite opposition.

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Black Lives Matter Groups Hold Overnight ‘Free Grace’ Protest In WaterfordProtesters in Waterford staged an overnight protest Wednesday, to demand the release of the 15-year-old girl detained for not completing her homework.

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Detroit City Clerk Outlines Election Day Process Amid PandemicIt’s too late to mail in your absentee ballots for this Tuesday’s election, but the city clerk in Detroit says there are two drop boxes for your convenience.

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Report: GM To Raise Salaried Workers Back To Normal Salaries After Pandemic CutsGeneral Motors will restore full pay for its 69,000 salaried workers.

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Operation Legend To Bring 42 Federal Agents To Detroit In 2 WeeksFederal agents are on their way to Detroit, as city officials accept the decision.

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Whitmer Opens Casinos And Restricts Bars In Northern MichiganGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday tightened pandemic restrictions in northern Michigan while letting Detroit’s three casinos reopen at limited capacity after four-plus months of being closed to curb the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.

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Michigan Congresswoman Questions AG Barr On Lansing Protests, Threats To Governor WhitmerDuring Tuesday’s testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee, a congresswoman asked Attorney General William Barr where federal agents were when armed protesters stormed the state capitol in Lansing and made threats against Governor Whitmer.

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Royal Oak Commission To Allow Recreational Sales Aug.15A marijuana ordinance has been approved by the Royal Oak City Commission for recreational sales.

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