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9.9 million Americans are behind on their rent or mortgage. Here's how you can get help now

  • Coupled with the long-term homeless crisis, many Americans are now scrambling to figure out how to obtain or sustain a place they call home under the economic toll Covid-19 has had on families and individuals across the country.
  • The United States Department of Justice has a list of pro bono legal service providers across the country who can help.
  • Charities such as the Salvation Army and the United Way may also provide emergency help with utilities and rent assistance.
  • The United Way also operates the 2-1-1 helpline and mobile app, which provides referrals to programs assisting with food, housing, financial aid, utility problems and more, 24 hours a day.
  • If you are at risk of being homeless or in need of transitional housing, Shinn suggests first contacting a Continuum of Care resource provider so they can work with you on a long-term plan and connect you with resources for success.

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Biden surrounded by crisis experts he'll need if he wins the White House - Business Insider

  • Mud-slinging personal politics is the price of admission in the Donald Trump era, and the Democratic nominee aspiring to move into the White House next January is responding to the nonstop attacks by leaning on a team of veteran operatives and experts in crisis messaging and strategy steeped in first-hand experience from their own White House years under Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
  • In the final weeks and days of the 2020 election, the Trump campaign, outside advocates, and conservative media allies have gone after Biden with spurious, half-baked claims that seek to tie the former Democratic vice president to corruption allegations surrounding his 50-year-old son Hunter Biden.
  • Ricchetti also served in the Obama White House as the second-term chief of staff to Biden at a time when Republican-led congressional investigations and ultimately an FBI probe would undercut 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Biden surrounded by crisis experts he'll need if he wins the White House - Business Insider

  • Mud-slinging personal politics is the price of admission in the Donald Trump era, and the Democratic nominee aspiring to move into the White House next January is responding to the nonstop attacks by leaning on a team of veteran operatives and experts in crisis messaging and strategy steeped in first-hand experience from their own White House years under Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
  • In the final weeks and days of the 2020 election, the Trump campaign, outside advocates, and conservative media allies have gone after Biden with spurious, half-baked claims that seek to tie the former Democratic vice president to corruption allegations surrounding his 50-year-old son Hunter Biden.
  • Ricchetti also served in the Obama White House as the second-term chief of staff to Biden at a time when Republican-led congressional investigations and ultimately an FBI probe would undercut 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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These Senate and House races have become more competitive for Democrats in final sprint to Election Day

  • Gonzales, a CNN contributor, tell the story: Democrats aren't just playing in red states and districts; they're seriously competitive in many of them, with more than a third of registered voters having already cast their ballots and less than a week to go until Election Day. Inside Elections now projects Democrats to pick up a net gain of 14 to 20 seats in the House, building on their historic 2018 midterm gains to grow their House majority, and a net gain of four to six seats in the Senate, which would be enough to flip the chamber.
  • And now because of shifts in the greater Little Rock suburbs, the district moves from a Tilt Republican to Toss-up race, with Hill facing a strong challenge from Democratic state Sen. Joyce Elliott.

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White House officials considered Elon Musk for coronavirus ad campaign

  • Elon Musk was among the celebrities that Trump administration officials tried to woo for a “Helping the President will Help the Country” taxpayer-funded ad blitz that never got off the ground, according to documents released by the House Oversight Committee.
  • Doesn’t mean I’m moderate about all issues.
  • Only ten of the celebrities received final approval by the administration, and all have since backed out of the campaign, according to a news release from House Oversight and Reform Committee chairwoman Carolyn B.
  • House Democrats including Maloney; James Clyburn (D-SC), chairman of the select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis; and Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL), chairman of the subcommittee on economic and consumer policy, wrote in a letter to Azar Wednesday that the Trump administration had failed to produce requested documents for a probe into the matter.

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I'm an interior designer who creates $100,000 luxury playrooms - Business Insider

  • She'd founded Smart Playrooms over 10 years prior and had a very successful business, but she needed an interior designer for her next project — a residential building in New York City called Manhattan House.
  • Running a business, hiring the right people, executing projects, keeping your clients happy, and staying on budget — that's the hard part.
  • We had such great chemistry that in 2019 we launched a business together, Smart D2 Playrooms, and began doing more residential and commercial projects together.
  • We designed the majority of the products, worked with well-known artists and photographers to create our decals, built a separate website and launched our products Smart D2 Playrooms in July.
  • Between my D2 Interieurs clients, the playrooms I do with Karri, and launching a product line, I'm so busy that I've actually had to turn people away.

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I'm an interior designer who creates $100,000 luxury playrooms - Business Insider

  • She'd founded Smart Playrooms over 10 years prior and had a very successful business, but she needed an interior designer for her next project — a residential building in New York City called Manhattan House.
  • Running a business, hiring the right people, executing projects, keeping your clients happy, and staying on budget — that's the hard part.
  • We had such great chemistry that in 2019 we launched a business together, Smart D2 Playrooms, and began doing more residential and commercial projects together.
  • We designed the majority of the products, worked with well-known artists and photographers to create our decals, built a separate website and launched our products Smart D2 Playrooms in July.
  • Between my D2 Interieurs clients, the playrooms I do with Karri, and launching a product line, I'm so busy that I've actually had to turn people away.

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Short seller accuses Seek's Zhaopin of fake job posts

  • US activist short seller Blue Orca has taken on ASX-listed online jobs portal Seek, claiming Seek's business in China, Zhaopin, is full of junk employment listings and its valuation is vastly inflated.
  • Zhaopin has been a leading source of Seek's performance and underpins its ASX valuation, Blue Orca asserts, as a result of its tremendous growth.
  • But it claims that Zhaopin is no longer the Chinese market leader, and pays people to flood the platform with "zombie" resumes leading employers to complain.
  • The short seller also claims that Seek is a roll-up, reliant upon capital markets to fund acquisitions, and the true nature of its leverage is much higher than the reported 3.2 times net debt to EBITDA.
  • Zhaopin underpins Seek's ASX valuation, Blue Orca asserts, but it claims Zhaopin is no longer the Chinese market leader, and pays people to flood the platform with "zombie" resumes.

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Kushner said Trump was 'getting the country back from the doctors' - Business Insider

  • White House senior adviser Jared Kushner bragged about President Donald Trump's push to drown out scientific expertise and reopen the economy in the early days of coronavirus pandemic, according to newly released audio.
  • Kushner, the president's son-in-law, told journalist Bob Woodward that Trump was "getting the country back from the doctors," in an interview on April 18.
  • Kushner's comments add to the emerging record of how the White House tried to steer attention away from the pandemic in its critical, early days.
  • The president and his allies have been heavily criticized for ignoring warnings about the virus and not heeding scientific advice, which they have continued to do in recent days.
  • A White House press release published on Tuesday detailing Trump's accomplishments had "ending the COVID-19 pandemic" on its list.

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Kushner said Trump was 'getting the country back from the doctors' - Business Insider

  • White House senior adviser Jared Kushner bragged about President Donald Trump's push to drown out scientific expertise and reopen the economy in the early days of coronavirus pandemic, according to newly released audio.
  • Kushner, the president's son-in-law, told journalist Bob Woodward that Trump was "getting the country back from the doctors," in an interview on April 18.
  • Kushner's comments add to the emerging record of how the White House tried to steer attention away from the pandemic in its critical, early days.
  • The president and his allies have been heavily criticized for ignoring warnings about the virus and not heeding scientific advice, which they have continued to do in recent days.
  • A White House press release published on Tuesday detailing Trump's accomplishments had "ending the COVID-19 pandemic" on its list.

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