Report: Messi’s contract worth up to 555 million euros | Sports

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MADRID (AP) — Lionel Messi’s most recent contract with Barcelona is worth up to 555 million euros ($673 million) over four seasons, the El Mundo newspaper reported on Sunday.


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‘At the Ready’ Review: Inside Look at Teen Law Enforcement Program

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“Active Shooter at 12! Hostage negotiation at 1:30! Drug raid at 2:30,” hollers an authoritative voice in a sun-baked concrete yard. The retired police officer who announces this schedule at the start of “At the Ready,” Maisie Crow’s sobering documentary about a community of kids growing up on the Mexican border, isn’t at a professional police school or military facility. And yet, he addresses neat rows of individuals dressed in military gear — all teenagers, attending an unusual extracurricular training program at El Paso’s Horizon High School, seeking eventual employment in the law enforcement field in the near future. What

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Criminals Steal Billions in California Unemployment Payments

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Officials in California say criminals stole over $11 billion in unemployment benefits last year. But that amount could grow far larger as billions more in payments are investigated.

California Labor Secretary Julie Su told reporters recently that the state paid about $114 billion in unemployment claims in 2020. Of that amount, about 10 percent — or $11.4 billion — was confirmed to have been fraud.

Fraud is the crime of using dishonest methods, such as using a false identity, to take something valuable. Su said nearly $20 billion more — another 17 percent — is considered suspicious. A large

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Ira Jaffe retires from law firm he founded, starts business

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Ira Jaffe pulls his golf club cart around the country club near his winter condo in Naples, Fla., a few days a week. It’s an exercise in boredom, but exercise nonetheless. The 81-year-old attorney retired from Southfield-based Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, the law firm he founded in 1968, at the end of last year. A year earlier, he stepped down as the president and CEO of The Fisher Group, which handles the financial affairs of the Max Fisher family.

But retirement doesn’t agree with Jaffe.

“Since I started working 60 years ago, work always equaled fun,” Jaffe said. “It

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Jury pools grow as judges dig themselves out of a case backlog | Local News

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Clients and their attorneys were considered a “static group” due to the need for them to speak with one another throughout the trial. They were not allowed to intermingle with other people in the courtroom.

Holding a jury trial during a pandemic is time and labor intensive for courthouse staff. The number of people in the courtrooms are limited by the Missoula City-County Health Department’s social distancing guidelines. However, court operations are public by law, which meant Vannatta’s staff had to find a way to make the trial available by video.

With the jury spread out throughout the courtroom, the

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