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  • Weiner’s Wife Didn’t Disclose Consulting Work She Did While Serving in State Dept.

    05/16/2013 9:49:00 PM PDT · by Second Amendment First · 9 replies
    NY Times ^ | May 16, 2013 | RAYMOND HERNANDEZ
    The State Department, under Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, created an arrangement for her longtime aide and confidante Huma Abedin to work for private clients as a consultant while serving as a top adviser in the department. Connect with NYTMetro Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for news and conversation. Ms. Abedin did not disclose the arrangement — or how much income she earned — on her financial report. It requires officials to make public any significant sources of income. The disclosure of the agreement that Ms. Abedin made with the State Department comes as her husband, former...
  • Judge Postponse Snipes' Stint in Jail

    08/24/2010 11:41:47 AM PDT · by DustyMoment · 18 replies · 1+ views
    WENN ^ | 08/14/10 | WENN
    Snipes' prison sentence postponedWENN, August 24, 2010 Wesley Snipes has been spared jail for now; he's been granted a postponement ahead of his looming prison term. "The Blade" star lost an appeal against his three-year jail sentence in July, after a 2008 trial found him guilty of willful failure to file his income tax returns to the U.S. government. He was due to surrender to authorities to begin his stint behind bars on September 2 but on Monday a U.S. District Court judge granted him an emergency stay, according to Variety.com. A new date for Snipes' surrender will not be...