Philip Marcelo, Associated Press Updated 4:00 pm CST, Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Jasmine Grace Marino, of Nashua, N.H., a former massage parlor prostitute, stands for a photograph, in Somerville, Mass., Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Marino says she was forced to work at sites in Connecticut and Maine for five years by her then-boyfriend as she struggled with drugs and alcohol in her 20s. She's since written a book about her experience and runs Bags of Hope, a Boston-based nonprofit that helps women who have been trafficked or dealing with addiction and homelessness. less Jasmine Grace Marino, of Nashua, N.H., a former massage parlor prostitute, stands for a photograph, in Somerville, Mass., Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Marino says she was forced to work at sites in Connecticut and ... more Photo: Steven Senne, AP … [Read more...] about New solutions for the old problem of illegal massage parlors
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Joshua Partlow, Nick Miroff and David A. Fahrenthold, The Washington Post Published 8:33 am PST, Friday, February 8, 2019 Dario Angulo with his cattle in Santa Teresa de Cajon, Costa Rica. Dario Angulo with his cattle in Santa Teresa de Cajon, Costa Rica. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Carolyn Van Houten Photo: Washington Post Photo By Carolyn Van Houten Image 1 of / 14 Caption Close Image 1 of 14 Dario Angulo with his cattle in Santa Teresa de Cajon, Costa Rica. Dario Angulo with his cattle in Santa Teresa de Cajon, Costa Rica. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Carolyn Van Houten From Costa Rica to New Jersey, a pipeline of illegal workers for Trump goes back years 1 / 14 Back to Gallery … [Read more...] about From Costa Rica to New Jersey, a pipeline of illegal workers for Trump goes back years
By Brooke Staggs | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: January 13, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: January 14, 2019 at 11:22 am A quarter century has passed, but David Miller will never forget the sound. “It was like there was a freight train under my house,” he said, recalling the moment 25 years ago Thursday, Jan. 17, when the Earth’s plates suddenly slipped along a previously unknown fault 11 miles beneath his Prairie Street home in Northridge. Firefighters work to free trapped residents at the Northridge Meadows Apartments on Reseda Blvd in Northridge CA. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Firefighters examine the bottom floor of the Northridge Meadows apartments searching for victims. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsEmergency workers remove a survivor from the first floor of the Northridge Meadows. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Fire and rescue vehicles fill the street in front of the Northridge Meadows apartment … [Read more...] about 25 years after the Northridge earthquake, another one could hit ‘any time.’ Are we safer?
“Physically my body is going. If it was 62 I could have done it. But six years extra is a big ask.” Christina Barrett, 64, from Hest Bank, is one of millions of women born in the 1950s who are having to wait years longer for their state pensions. Christina feels the government’s Pensions Act 1995 was not implemented properly, and has caused great hardship for those who have paid tax and National Insurance for decades, only to be told they’ll have to work longer.The mum and grandma says she received a letter from the government in 2012, two years before she expected to retire in 2014.The letter stated that she wouldn’t get her state pension until 2020, aged 66.Currently, three women born in the early 1950s who claim the pension age increase from 60 to 66 was unlawfully discriminatory, have won the first stage of their High Court challenge against the government. Michael Mansfield QC, who is representing the claimants, told the High Court that the … [Read more...] about Lancaster woman joins fight for justice over pension age rise
By Olga Grigoryants | [email protected] | Los Angeles Daily NewsPUBLISHED: October 22, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: October 22, 2018 at 8:58 pm On a windy night in February 2016, Jennifer Tung was on her way from the Bay Area when she stopped by her empty house in Porter Ranch to pick up her mail. Tung had been staying in a Woodland Hills hotel after the largest discharge of methane in United States history settled over homes and schools in her neighborhood near the Aliso Canyon gas storage field. That night, she jumped out of her car, opened a few envelopes, grabbed two pairs of jeans and threw them into a trunk. By the time she pulled into a driveway at her hotel, she felt so tired, she headed straight to bed. When she woke up a few hours later, her body was covered with large red bumps. Her face and neck were swollen. “I started feeling worse and worse,” the 45-year-old actress said. “I couldn’t sleep or sit, wear clothes, get medication or food. I knew … [Read more...] about 3 years after the Aliso Canyon gas leak, why are more people than ever moving to Porter Ranch?