Australia drops charge against lawyer over spying claim |

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s new government on Thursday dropped the 4-year-old prosecution of a lawyer over his alleged attempt to help East Timor prove that Australia had spied on the then-fledgling nation’s government during multibillion-dollar oil and gas negotiations in 2004.

Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus maintained the government’s longstanding stance of refusing to confirm or deny whether the Australian Secret

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Energy Dept. backs $2.5B loan to GM venture for EV batteries

WASHINGTON (AP) — A joint venture between General Motors and South Korean battery company LG Energy Solution is set to receive a $2.5 billion loan from the Energy Department to build battery cell factories for electric vehicles in three states.

The Energy Department said it has made a conditional commitment to lend the money to Ultium Cells LLC, a joint

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DOJ: Buffett company discriminated against Black homebuyers

NEW YORK (AP) — A Pennsylvania mortgage company owned by billionaire businessman Warren Buffett’s company discriminated against potential Black and Latino homebuyers in Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware, the Department of Justice said Wednesday, in what is being called the second-largest redlining settlement in history.

Trident Mortgage Co., a division of Berkshire Hathaway’s HomeServices of America, deliberately avoided writing mortgages

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Cones, floats, concretes and more: Keep cool with our

No St. Louis summer is complete without visiting Ted Drewes on a warm evening for frozen custard. But that leaves a lot of other evenings — and afternoons and (we won’t judge) mornings — for other frozen treats. From orange sherbet in Edwardsville to paletas in the heart of Cherokee Street, the Go! Magazine team has

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Nico Norena Brings The Succulent Bite To Your Kitchen With

And your biggest high?

One of the moments I enjoyed the most out of the book was photographing the cover that book cover. I’ll post a reel about that down the line when I have a physical copy of the book, which should be in a couple of weeks, of the behind-the-scenes of photographing that book cover. For that, I

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Northwest Austin Edition | July 2022




VOLUME 16, ISSUE 6 JULY 23AUG. 26, 2022




City ocials hope to bring more aordable housing along Austin’s busiest streets while easing some standards for new development.



Many vertical mixed-use, or VMU, projects such as Lamar Union were aected by height

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