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THEAPPLICANT DEADLINE IS MARCH 15, 2022 NEW YORK, 01 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP announces that a federal security class action lawsuit has been filed against FirstCash Holdings, Inc. (“FirstCash” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: FCFS) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas on …

NEW YORK, Jan. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP announces that a federal security class action lawsuit has been filed against FirstCash Holdings, Inc. (“FirstCash” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: FCFS) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas on behalf of all persons and entities …

THE PRINCIPAL APPLICANT DEADLINE IS MARCH 15, 2022 NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP announces that a federal security class action lawsuit has been filed against FirstCash Holdings, Inc. (“FirstCash” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: FCFS) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of …

CHICAGO — To Noel Green, being a part of Chicago’s South Side Black LGBTQ community “feels like being a part of a space, but essentially the underground of it.” “It is something that you can live your truth, but only after darkness comes,” said Green, a University of Chicago public policy and social work student, …

KAREN ANN CULLOTTA Chicago Tribune “I firmly believe that a fundamental principle of governance is to ensure that our laws are benevolent to the people they are meant to serve. And there’s nothing nice about taking a disabled student out of class on October 16, January 5, or April 19, just because they’ve aged a …

LARRY NEUMEISTER Associated Press NEW YORK – A Manhattan jury on Tuesday convicted a Chicago banker for allowing Paul Manafort to get $ 16 million in loans before ex-President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager helped him get an interview for a job in the Trump administration. The jury returned its verdict in federal court after …

ROBERT CHANNICK Chicago Tribune Backed by majority employee support, organizers at the Art Institute of Chicago announced Wednesday they are asking the museum to voluntarily recognize the iconic cultural institution’s first union. Union organizers began collecting signature cards from about 640 Art Institute and School of the Art Institute employees last month, and after securing …

ALICE YIN Chicago Tribune At least 30 citations have been issued to businesses in Chicago for flouting the indoor mask mandate, the city said. Most recently, the city’s Department of Commercial Affairs and Consumer Protection issued 10 citations for failing to meet masking requirements from Thursday through Sunday, according to a Tuesday press release. One …

Leading infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci said a new variant of the coronavirus was being watched but was not yet a threat. Vermont, the last state to be on Chicago’s travel advisory, was added to the list on Wednesday, placing the entire United States under city leadership to stem the transmission of COVID-19. Besides …

THE O’DELLS The South For residents of northern Illinois who wish to break away from Chicago and its suburbs and form their own state, two researchers at Southern Illinois University Carbondale have a categorical caveat: In a white paper released earlier this year by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, a university think tank, political …

98% of people in the United States live at a high or substantial risk of transmission compared to 19% about a month ago. The average number of new daily COVID-19 cases in Chicago exceeded 400 on Monday, the highest since May 7 and a ten-fold increase from the lowest rate in June. The mark of …

PAIGE FRY Chicago Tribune Two Chicago police officers were gunned down Saturday night in the West Englewood neighborhood in the southern part of the city, according to Chicago police. One of the officers, a female, died, according to the Chicago Police Department. The other is fighting for his life, First Deputy to the Superintendent. Eric …

ANNIE SWEENEY Chicago Tribune Days after Darren Cole made public last March that he was detained by Chicago police more than 60 times because he shared a name with a man with an arrest warrant, the city has helped clear up the case. But the cooperation did not last long. Now the city of Chicago …