US landlord doesn’t want to fix leaking ceiling

November 18, 2023

A leaking ceiling in an apartment is not the same situation which you must endure. Landlords have a responsibility to maintain residential premises in a habitable condition, which usually includes following building codes. If your landlord fails to repair your leaking ceiling after notifying him of the problem, your state's occupancy laws determine what action you can take in response, such as withholding rent or terminating your lease. In some…

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Hit the Road: Getting a Green Card for Ukrainians: A Quick Guide to Driving in the USA

October 29, 2023

For Ukrainians who dream of driving through the vast landscapes of the United States, obtaining a Green Card for their car is a critical step. Nevertheless, navigating the intricacies of importing a car and complying with American regulations can be challenging. In this detailed guide, we will look at the features and nuances of how Ukrainians can get a green card online for their car and travel around America. Understanding…

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OnlyFans scraps plans to ban porn content after criticism

July 28, 2023

OnlyFans has abandoned plans to ban pornographic content — less than a week after the UK-based content maker site announced the change, citing the need to comply with banking partner policies. On Wednesday, the company said it had “provided the assurance needed to support our diverse community creators», implying that it has entered into new agreements with banks to pay funds to OnlyFans content creators: including those who share sexually…

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Court upholds death sentence for shooter who killed 9 people in Charleston church

July 28, 2023

>A federal appeals court upheld the death sentence of Dylan Roof: a white man convicted of the mass shooting of black members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Roof, 27, sought to appeal his conviction to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, which concluded that even the most «thorough analysis of laws and precedent cannot convey the horror of what Roof did.»…

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Seven Capitol cops sue Trump and far-right groups

July 28, 2023

Thursday, seven US Capitol police officers filed a lawsuit against former President Trump, Trump ally Roger Stone, and members of right-wing extremist groups over their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. The civil lawsuit alleges that Trump, acting in concert with groups such as The Proud Boys and Oath Keepers, engaged in acts of domestic terrorism designed to illegally keep him in power despite losing the 2020 election. The…

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Texas has banned abortions after the 6th week. Biden vowed to take action

July 28, 2023

In Texas, USA, a law came into force, according to which women cannot have an abortion after 6 weeks of pregnancy. He has already begun to act. What do the Americans and the President of the country think about this? Read today in USA.ONE: Texas bans abortions after 6 weeks Joe Biden's comment. Texas restricts abortion law goes into effect The so-called "Heartbeat Act" Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed…

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Those vaccinated with the Sputnik V vaccine will be denied entry into the United States

July 28, 2023

Since November, the US has been tightening entry rules for foreigners citizens. In particular, people vaccinated with vaccines that are not approved by the WHO or the FDA will not be allowed into the United States. The Russian drug "Sputnik V" belongs to them. Read today in USA.ONE magazine: The US will close entry to foreigners vaccinated with "Satellite V" Why is this happening and what vaccines are recognized in…

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Texas court proposes posthumous pardon for George Floyd, who was killed by police

July 28, 2023

The story of the murder of African American George Floyd in May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, USA, caused a public outcry, which escalated into riots across the country, reports profile.ru Mass protests, the Black Lives Matter movement against racism and police brutality, pogroms and clashes with law enforcement agencies swept across the country after the incident, when police officer Derek Chauvin passed his knee on Floyd's neck during his arrest…

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12 strange laws still in force in the US

July 28, 2023

prohibiting driving under the influence of alcohol exist all over the world. They are absolutely correct, logical and no one raises objections. In the US, in some states they also apply to vehicles such as bicycles, scooters and tractors. However, Wyoming went the farthest in this regard — here a special legal act prohibits getting drunk on skis. Such a drunken act is considered a minor offense. The harshest punishment…

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Glossary of US legal terms

July 16, 2023

Substitution is a reduction in the sentence, starting from the death penalty to life imprisonment. Co-defendants — multiple people arrested and charged with the same criminal incident. Comparative malpractice is a legal doctrine in New Mexico whereby the actions of opposing parties in a delicate matter are compared to determine each party's liability, with each party only liable for its own percentage of fault. See also complicity in negligence. Compensatory…

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