Also among recipients was the Saint Luke Institute. The Catholic treatment center for priests accused of sexual abuse and those suffering from other disorders received a loan ranging from $350,000 to $1 million. Based in Silver Spring, Maryland, the institute has at times been a way station for priests accused of sexual abuse who returned to active ministry only to abuse again. … [Read more...] about AP: After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4B in virus aid
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Rather than wait around for an eviction, one scenario is that tenants who are behind will skip out at a higher rate. That could result in more collection cases, but it generally represents a preferred alternative to eviction for both sides. Some landlords are even offering “cash for keys,” a strategy used during the foreclosure crisis. … [Read more...] about With moratorium lifted, will Colorado’s rental market see a spike in evictions?
“The campaign feels he needs to be out there, but every time he speaks in front of crowds, there is a chance the virus spreads,” said Julian Zelizer, a presidential historian at Princeton University. “But it’s just as bad if he comes out to an empty crowd, which could be a sign that people are not enthused or they are scared.” … [Read more...] about Trump’s reelection campaign gets a reboot as virus persists
A.P. Moller-Maersk, which controls about a fifth of the global fleet used to transport goods by sea, said in a June 20 statement it's considering diverting vessels to change crews when opportunities arise but "it is not a sustainable solution." The company said in May it was offering benefits like increased internet connectivity and mental support programs for crews. … [Read more...] about 200,000 seafarers fear there’s no plan to get them off ships