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    IF you’ve filed your 2020 tax return and you’re due a refund, it can feel like a long time waiting for your cash to land. But you can track where your refund is at any stage in three different ways. 1You can track your tax refund in three different waysCredit: Getty Images - Getty Americans have until July 15 to file their tax return - and it’s a good idea to get it in early. According to Kiplinger, you could get a faster tax refund and some Americans could get a bigger third stimulus check the earlier they file. When you’ve filed your return and you’re expecting a tax refund, how can you track it? We explain what you need to know. How do I track my tax refund? You can see where your money is 24 hours after you've sent in your 2020 tax return by logging onto IRS’...
    Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn expressed impatience over the drawn-out investigations of the Russia probe's origins that are being carried out by John Durham and the Senate Judiciary Committee, criticizing both for not moving more swiftly. In an interview with FOX Business' "Mornings with Maria," Flynn spoke out on the circumstances surrounding his criminal case -- which spun out of the FBI's Russia investigation -- a day after Judge Emmet Sullivan dismissed it due to a pardon from President Trump. JUDGE DISMISSES MICHAEL FLYNN CASE AFTER TRUMP PARDON "We're sick and tired of waiting," Flynn said about Durham's probe. Durham, the U.S. attorney for Connecticut, has been looking into the FBI's actions in the early stages of their investigation of the Trump campaign for potential ties to Russian interference with the 2016 election. A Department of Justice Inspector General report revealed that the FBI made misrepresentations to a court when...
    Anthony Davis is reportedly playing the waiting game before deciding on whether to re-sign with the Los Angeles Lakers. Davis opted out of his contract with the Lakers to become a free agent before the period started in the NBA earlier in the week. Davis is favorited to re-sign with the defending champions but has yet to put his name on the dotted line to officially put the purple and gold back on. HORNETS' TERRY ROZIER RAISES EYEBROWS WITH VIDEO AMID TEAM'S TWO BIG MOVES According to the Los Angeles Times, Davis' waiting is a strategic move. The newspaper reported that the big man is waiting to see what the Lakers do in the offseason before deciding on how long his contract with the Lakers would be. FRED VANVLEET GOING BACK TO RAPTORS, KEEPING YOUNG PLAYERS TOGETHER Los Angeles has had a fairly busy offseason. The team traded away Danny...
    Loading the player... Joe Biden says he is already preparing to assume the presidency even though he has not been declared the winner in his race against President Donald Trump. “I want people to know we’re not waiting to get the work done,” he said late Friday in remarks to the nation. Biden said he and his running mate, Kamala Harris, have held briefings on the coronavirus and the economy this week as the U.S. records record daily cases. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, joined by vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), speaks one day after Americans voted in the presidential election, on November 04, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden spoke as votes are still being counted in his tight race against incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump which remains too close to call. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) He noted nearly 240,000 people have died from the pandemic...
    kate_sept2004 If you're still waiting on $500 stimulus payments for your children, time is running out to meet a deadline to make sure the government gets that money to you. The IRS has set Wednesday, Sept. 30 for federal beneficiaries who were shut out of those dependent payments to submit their information to the agency's so-called non-filers tool. The stimulus checks were authorized by Congress this spring to help low- and middle-income families cope with the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis. It included payments of up to $1,200 per individual or $2,400 per married couple, plus $500 per child under 17. Some federal beneficiaries received payments that did not include the $500 payments for their children. Those who are eligible to submit information on behalf of their eligible dependents by the Sept. 30 deadline include those who are receiving Social Security retirement, survivor or disability benefits; Supplemental Security Income,...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- The ongoing fiasco at EDD came under the spotlight Monday. Governor Gavin Newsom released his highly-anticipated task force report on what's gone wrong, revealing 600,000 claims are gathering dust and a million more workers had their benefits cut off.The EDD now stopped accepting new claims for two weeks, until Oct. 5, while it "resets" to a new system.RELATED: EDD troubles 6 months later -- has anything improved?Kim Nicol of Santa Rosa is one of the 600,000 workers who still have no benefits months after losing their jobs."I've been waiting since August. Aug. 1," she says."You can't get through the customer service line, eight till noon -- forget it." Michael Hurley of Concord has been waiting since June. "Absolutely no faith in the system, none at all."The EDD blocked benefits for both workers, saying they needed to prove they are who they say they are. Like thousands...
    KYLIAN MBAPPE'S stunning Paris Saint-Germain transfer request has sent the Spanish press into a frenzy. The World Cup winner, 21, has been most strongly linked with a record-breaking £400million move to Real Madrid. 4The Spanish press went into overdrive after Mbappe signalled his intention to leave PSG 4Marca told Mbappe 'we're waiting for you' on their front page French icon Mbappe idolises fellow countryman Zinedine Zidane - but Manchester United, City and Liverpool are also keen. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   Now the biggest Spanish papers have ramped up the hype by telling the striker: "We're waiting for you." Madrid-based Marca splashed that rather ominous message across their front page. They then go onto claim that Bernabeu bosses will wait to see how Mbappe's situation evolves over the coming year. Crucially, they report Real - famed for their Galactico transfer policy - will...
    The family of Breonna Taylor said on Thursday they expect charges to be filed 'sooner rather than later', but the Attorney General is still waiting on ballistics from the FBI 150 days after she was shot dead by three officers in Kentucky. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, as well as co-counsel Lonita Baker, stood outside the Kentucky federal courthouse with Tamika Palmer, Breonna's mother, and aunt to discuss the meeting they had Wednesday with city officials.   Crump announced that they expected charges to be filed against the three plainsclothes officers who shot dead Breonna inside her home soon. In doing so, he urged Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer to take more action and be aggressive in his pursuit of justice. Attorney Ben Crump (left) appeared with co-counsel Lonita Baker (right), Bianca Palmer (far left) and Tamika Palmer (right) outside the Kentucky federal courthouse for a press conference about Breonna Taylor...
    The NBA said Monday that there have been zero positive coronavirus cases amongst players in the latest batch of tests.  The basketball players have been staying in their bubble-like campus at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. while waiting for the NBA to resume its season on July 30, without spectators.   The previous batch of test results had been released on July 13, when two of the 322 players who had arrived at the campus between July 7 to 13 tested positive for coronavirus.  The NBA said zero players tested positive for coronavirus since July 13. Indiana Pacers' Malcolm Brogdon (left) wore a mask during practice on July 19, while Houston Rockets' P.J. Tucker (right) wore one while arriving at practice July 17 Oklahoma City Thunder's Chris Paul (left) and LA Clippers' Paul George (right) wore masks while arriving at practice on July 19 at the NBA facility in...
    Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Trevor May has opted to participate in the 2020 MLB season amid the coronavirus pandemic, but he has discussed his concerns about baseball coming back in the middle of a health crisis. "We're all just waiting for bad news,” May told The Athletic. “It's kind of the way this year has gone. … It's hard to focus on getting your arm ready to go pitch in a Major League Baseball game. ROB MANFRED REVEALS MLB NEVER INTENDED TO PLAY MORE THAN 60 GAMES "Maybe I'm not scared enough for my own safety. But I'm dreading that day I wake up and see on Twitter that someone in a front office somewhere not only tested positive but is really in dire straits. "We're not medical professionals that need to be there for other people,” May added. “I understand the whole [thinking] --  ‘It's fun to watch and would...
    Americans are approximately two weeks away from the filing deadline in this prolonged tax season and the Internal Revenue Service has received 6.3 million fewer returns than the same point last year, when the filing deadline had come and gone. Here’s a potential bright spot for anyone dreading the July 15 filing deadline: There’s still a good chance they have a refund waiting for them, according to experts studying their own client files and IRS statistics. H&R Block HRB, +0.49% estimates that more than half of its clients who still haven’t filed yet are due a refund, according to Andy Phillips, director of the national tax preparation chain’s Tax Institute. “ ‘The July Fourth holiday will be a wake-up call. Folks will realize the deadline is coming quickly and I need to act.’ ” — Andy Phillips, director of H&R Block’s Tax Institute Of course,...
    (CNN)Jaclyn Corin had gone through active shooter drills and classroom evacuation plans. But she was still shocked when one of the deadliest school shootings in history took place in her own community.Corin, then 17, survived the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School Shooting in Parkland, Florida, in 2018. Seeing her school's name alongside other locations of tragic mass shootings -- Columbine High School, Sandy Hook Elementary School, and the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado -- would define the rest of her life."We were the generation that grew up post-9/11 in a country filled with violence," said Corin, who is one of the founding members of March For Our Lives, a student-run gun violence prevention organization founded in the wake of the Parkland shooting.Born between the years of 1996 and 2010, GenZers have grown up in an era where gun violence is frequent, immigration is a hotly debated topic and the deteriorating climate...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- California's stay-at-home order is continually being modified as Gov. Gavin Newsom allows for more sectors of the economy to reopen for business.But these industries don't get a carte blanche. They have to follow a new set of health and safety guidelines if they want to operate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Here's every sector that has been allowed to reopen so far - and some key industries still waiting for the green light:(Note: Local guidelines may be more restrictive, as they are in much of the Bay Area. There are still seven counties being held back from some of the Phase 2 and Phase 3 reopening.)Agriculture and livestock: One of the easier sectors to implement social distancing, agriculture work was never fully shut down since it's vital to the food chain. See the full list of modifications they've made in the name of safety here.Bars: Workers are...
    Whether or not you believe in climate change, Mother Nature doesn’t care. She just does what she does. And she’s going to unleash wildfires, tornadoes, and hurricanes this season, regardless of the pandemic. Mother Nature doesn’t care that you’re in lockdown as flood waters rise. She couldn’t give a hoot that you’re scared to evacuate to a public shelter.   It’s your problem. Yours alone. And we all have to become preppers to power through cascading natural calamities. With local authorities stretched thin by COVID-19, we can’t count on them or FEMA to save us. Prepping makes you calmer because you have a plan and supplies. You’ll feel more confident to stare that earthquake down. And you increase your odds of survival. Consider this. The past two years were among the worst on record for natural disasters in the United States. This summer augurs to be a knockout as well....
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