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Money in the Bank:

    Four months have passed since Otis won the men’s Money in the Bank (MITB) match at the pay-per-view of the same name, but he has yet to cash in his contract for a championship match. According to a new report, WWE does have plans to give him this automatic title shot, despite rumors suggesting he might let the cash-in window expire. However, it might be a while before those plans come to fruition. Citing a conversation with a “tenured member” of WWE’s creative team, Ringside News wrote on Friday that there’s a good chance Otis will get to hold the MITB briefcase for “much longer.” While it has yet to be confirmed, the outlet added that it’s believed the company...
    TEXAS – A Marine got a nasty surprise after being robbed at a gas station in Hurst. It all started when he went to a bank to get money. Later, the report indicates that he arrived at a Quick Trip gas station, located between Precinct Line Road and Airport Freeway, where he parked his vehicle. When they returned, the car had a broken window and they took the money that Carlos Velasquez had taken out. “They don’t know how hard an individual works to earn their money and where that money was going that day. Those were some savings that I had saved to remodel my mother’s house. They were for my contractor who also had a death in...
    A man from Washington DC allegedly stole more than $2.5million from the Catholic Church and the federal government's coronavirus relief program and put the money toward extravagant personal purchases.  Kenneth Gaughan, 41, is facing a slew of federal charges under two separate indictments accusing him of fraudulently obtaining $2.1million in coronavirus relief loans and embezzling $472,000 from the Archdiocese of Washington.  Prosecutors say Gaughan used the money the buy a $1.13million rowhouse, a $300,000 yacht and a $46,000 luxury sports car. On Tuesday Gaughan pleaded not guilty to one 12-count indictment related to his alleged eight-year scheme to embezzle money from the archdiocese in Hyattsville, Maryland, where he worked as an assistant superintendent.   He also appeared before a US District judge...
    SACRAMENTO -- California is strapped for cash and Gov. Gavin Newsom made that point clear at the top of his press conference Monday on the coronavirus pandemic.President Donald Trump announced an executive order Saturday that extends additional unemployment payments of up to $400 a week to help cushion the economic fallout of the pandemic. But under Trump's plan, the $400 a week requires a state to commit to providing $100.Coming up with 25% of the funding would require significant cuts elsewhere, Newsom said, as funding from the prior CARES Act has all but run out.RELATED | A breakdown of Trump's actions on $400 weekly unemployment boost, evictions, student loans, payroll taxesEMBED More News Videos George Stephanopoulos, host of ABC's "This...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- California is strapped for cash and Gov. Gavin Newsom made that point clear at the top of his press conference Monday on the coronavirus pandemic.President Donald Trump announced an executive order Saturday that extends additional unemployment payments of up to $400 a week to help cushion the economic fallout of the pandemic. But under Trump's plan, the $400 a week requires a state to commit to providing $100.Coming up with 25% of the funding would require significant cuts elsewhere, Newsom said, as funding from the prior CARES Act has all but run out."There is no money sitting in the piggy bank of the previous CARES Act to be reprioritized or reconstituted for this purpose," the governor...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- California is strapped for cash and Gov. Gavin Newsom made that point clear at the top of his press conference Monday on the coronavirus pandemic.President Donald Trump announced an executive order Saturday that extends additional unemployment payments of up to $400 a week to help cushion the economic fallout of the pandemic. But under Trump's plan, the $400 a week requires a state to commit to providing $100.Coming up with 25% of the funding would require significant cuts elsewhere, Newsom said, as funding from the prior CARES Act has all but run out."There is no money sitting in the piggy bank of the previous CARES Act to be reprioritized or reconstituted for this purpose," the governor said....
    SAN FRANCISCO -- California is strapped for cash and Gov. Gavin Newsom made that point clear at the top of his press conference Monday on the coronavirus pandemic.President Donald Trump announced an executive order Saturday that extends additional unemployment payments of up to $400 a week to help cushion the economic fallout of the pandemic. But under Trump's plan, the $400 a week requires a state to commit to providing $100.Coming up with 25% of the funding would require significant cuts elsewhere, Newsom said, as funding from the prior CARES Act has all but run out."There is no money sitting in the piggy bank of the previous CARES Act to be reprioritized or reconstituted for this purpose," the governor said....
    Police reported that apparently the victim was chased by the suspects to his home The assault was caught on video. Photo: Houston Police Dept. / Courtesy TEXAS – The Houston Police released a video that captured the moment a Hispanic man is assaulted in broad daylight in front of his home by two African-American men who allegedly followed him from the bank where the victim stopped to withdraw a large amount of money. The incident occurred in southwest Houston on July 13 just before 1 pm last month. In the images captured by a surveillance camera installed in the residence of the victim you can see the moment the assault occurs. The victim arrives in...
    By Joori Roh SEOUL (Reuters) - Worried South Koreans are putting banknotes in their microwaves and washing machines, damaging the bills in their attempts to cleanse them of the coronavirus. The central bank said on Friday that people had exchanged three times as much burnt money in the past six months as in the same period last year, much of it thought to be from botched efforts to disinfect bills. A Bank of Korea official told Reuters that the amount of money returned to the bank after being burnt between January and June had risen to 1.32 billion won ($1.1 million) from 480 million ($400,000) in the same period last year. "There was a considerable amount of bills being burnt...
    As documented by Wrestling Inc, John Cena took to social media this weekend to pay tribute to CM Punk and their match from Money in the Bank 2011. The multi-time World Champion retweeted a post-match picture of him and Punk holding money and claimed that he has fond memories of the occasion, even though he lost cash because of it. “I bet on myself that night, the usual amount. Not a smart wager choosing the guy who can’t wrestle over the best in the world, but I’d like to think we all won that night. Thank you for allowing me to be part of something so many were entertained by.” The comments come after Punk took to Twitter to reminisce...
    WWE star Dolph Ziggler has admitted that he has sympathy for Drew McIntyre after the Brit was denied the chance to celebrate his title win with fans at WrestleMania 36. The Scottish Psychopath was forced to wrestle in his career-defining clash against Brock Lesnar behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. 4Dolph Ziggler is set to challenge former tag partner Drew McIntyre for the WWE title at Extreme RulesCredit: WWE 4The Showoff last lifted the company's top belt after cashing in his Money in the Bank contract back in 2013Credit: WWE 4Ziggler claimed WWE tried to replicate his 'organic' rise to the top with Seth Rollins' title win at WrestleMania 35 Credit: WWE In an effort to contain the spread...
    The gunman who killed 22 people in the worst mass shooting in Canadian history may have been an informant or agent for the national police force, sources say.    New video obtained by news magazine Maclean's allegedly shows Gabriel Wortman, 51, withdrawing $475,000 in cash from a Brink's office a few weeks before his deadly 13-hour rampage across several small towns in Nova Scotia in April.   Law enforcement sources say that the massive withdrawal matched the method the Royal Canadian Mounted Police uses to send money to confidential informants and agents - and would not have been possible for a regular citizen.  The RCMP has repeatedly insisted that it had no 'special relationship' with Wortman, who was killed by police following...
    (CNN)The US Justice Department on Thursday unsealed criminal charges against more than two dozen North Korean bankers, alleging they were behind an international money laundering scheme that moved some $2.5 billion in violation of US sanctions. Twenty-eight North Korean nationals face a slew of charges related to bank fraud, money laundering and criminal enterprises, in what appears to be the first case brought against members of the North Korean financial system.The 50-page indictment, which was signed in February and unsealed Thursday morning in Washington, DC, federal court, details a web of front companies and "cover branches" of a state-sponsored bank that were stood up in foreign countries, including China and Russia to help skirt international restricts on the regime's ability...