The exterior of a Bank of America Decatur and W. Charleston in Las Vegas. (Las Vegas Review-Journal File) Labor Day 2019 falls on Sept. 2, and millions of Americans have the day off from work. Deemed the unofficial end of summer, Labor Day always falls on the first Monday of September. For some, Labor Day is the perfect opportunity for a three-day vacation. For others, summer isn’t complete without one last poolside barbecue on Labor Day. However you celebrate the holiday, chances are you’ll need some spending money to pad your pockets. If you need to take care of any banking needs on Labor Day, check to see if your branch of choice will be open, as most banks will be closed. Make sure you plan ahead of time so you aren’t out of cash when you’re out of town or spending time with friends. Are Banks Open on Labor Day? Financial institutions generally follow the Federal Reserve schedule, and because Labor Day is a holiday observed by the central bank, expect most … [Read more...] about Are banks closed on Labor Day?
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Grant Smith, Bloomberg 7:20 am CDT, Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Saudi Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Khalid al-Falih prepares to chair a meeting of energy ministers from OPEC and its allies to discuss prices and production cuts, in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Sunday, May 19, 2019. CONTINUE to see which countries are part of OPEC. less Saudi Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Khalid al-Falih prepares to chair a meeting of energy ministers from OPEC and its allies to discuss prices and production cuts, in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, ... more Photo: Amr Nabil, AP Photo: Amr Nabil, AP Image 1 of / 22 Caption Close Image 1 of 22 Saudi Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Khalid al-Falih prepares to chair a meeting of energy ministers from … [Read more...] about OPEC still gridlocked on meeting date amid Iran-Saudi schism
Oralandar Brand-Williams The Detroit News Published 3:12 PM EDT May 20, 2019 Attorneys for Robert Carmack said Monday in court they've found emails that show the Detroit businessman closed on the purchase of a disputed piece of property he later sold for $1 million. Attorneys Lillian Diallo and Steve Haney said they found the messages among a voluminous amount of emails and texts between Chidi Nyeche, a former staffer of the city's planning and development department, and Bruce Goldman, an attorney for the city of Detroit who handles real estate matters, that show Carmack had closed on the site at 7751 Melville Street. "(Goldman) testified under oath there was no closing," Haney said Monday. "There were emails from him to another witness, another witness told him there was a closing, so he knew there was a closing." Haney added: "What they testified to was not accurate and they can explain that tomorrow and let the court be the trier of … [Read more...] about Attorneys say emails show Carmack closed on disputed site
A MUM on a blind date thought she had found the love of her life, only to discover she had sat down with the wrong man. Jacky Rom, from Romford, Essex, visited a Chelmsford pub for a date organised on dating app Plenty of Fish. The pair had arranged to go to the Fox and Raven in the city. She turned up and was excited to meet a man with a 'twinkle' in his eye. But it turned out, the night was not for them. The mystery man was supposed to be on a date with someone else, and it wasn't until their real love interests turned up that the mistaken star-crossed lovers realised. Now Jacky is desperate to find the man she thought she was meant to be dating. Jacky, who has a 35-year-old daughter and has been separated for nine months, spent Monday morning preparing for her first ever blind date. She dressed to impress in black ripped skinny jeans with black boots and a beige top with a big silver diamante star on the front. Jacky said: "When I pulled up in the car park I saw a guy behind me and … [Read more...] about Plenty of Fish mum thought she had met the love of her live on blind date – but he was the WRONG man
Antonia Noori Farzan, The Washington Post Published 8:23 am PST, Tuesday, January 8, 2019 As a game warden for Oklahoma's Department of Wildlife Conservation, Cannon Harrison is used to working on investigations that take months and months. Catching poachers - whose illegal deeds often take place under the cover of night, in remote areas far from any road - frequently means relying on anonymous tips, conducting surveillance in small planes and collecting footage from hunters' trail cameras. His latest bust, however, came easily - courtesy of the dating app Bumble. The 24-year-old received a notification in December telling him that he had matched with a woman in his area. After she messaged him to say hello - unlike other dating apps, Bumble requires women to make the first move - Harrison asked how she was doing. She had just shot a "bigo buck," she told him - a big old buck. "Pretty happy about it," she wrote. At first, Harrison figured it had to be a prank. His … [Read more...] about She bragged to a man on a dating app about poaching deer. He was a game warden.