Tipton, who reportedly lost her job at Fox for using her company email address to organize a fundraiser for relatives of MH370 passengers, said the victims of this organ harvesting scheme were all Falun Gong practitioners who had their body parts removed as "part of an ‘on demand’ organ transplant scheme for rich people." … [Read more...] about MH370 Hijacked For Organ Harvesting, New Conspiracy Theory Claims
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“You’re looking at several thousand, possibly 2,000 absentee ballot requests from this most recent election. About 40 percent of those, it appears, at this point may not have been returned,” Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman told CNN. … [Read more...] about North Carolina GOP signals possible support for new House election amid allegations of illegal ballot harvesting, fraud
In an interview with The Associated Press, McConaughey said he wanted to do something in his home state, particularly for Houston. The city dealt with the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey last year. He went as part of a promotion for Wild Turkey, for which he serves as a creative director and spokesman. … [Read more...] about Matthew McConaughey celebrates first responders with turkey lunch
He was among key activists in the civil rights movement, taking part in the Nashville lunch counter sit-ins, the 1961 Freedom Rides, the 1963 March on Washington and the Bloody Sunday march in 1965, where he was beaten in the skull by a state trooper in Selma, Alabama. … [Read more...] about Rep. John Lewis ‘resting very comfortably’ in hospital Sunday
Exception To “Regular Rate” For Traveling ExpensesThe regular rate of pay generally must be calculated to include all remuneration for services paid to the employee. One exception to this rule is that employers can exclude from the regular rate all reasonable payments for traveling expenses incurred by an employee in the furtherance of his employer’s interests and properly reimbursable by the employer. The regulations state that this exemption includes the “reasonably approximate amount expended by an employee, who is traveling ‘over the road’ on his employer’s business, for . . . living expenses away from home . . . .” 29 C.F.R. § 778.217(b)(3). The company argued that the $35 meal payments were exempt travel expenses and therefore, need not be included in the calculation of the employees’ regular rate. … [Read more...] about Fair Labor Standards Act and Overtime Pay: No Such Thing As A Free Lunch!