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New Era Cap CEO charged after parking lot altercation

BUFFALO — New Era Cap CEO Christopher Koch was arraigned on a felony charge Monday after allegedly driving his vehicle toward a man during an argument, forcing him to jump out of the way to avoid being hit. Koch, 61, ...

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Single-family rental investors dive head-first into Rochester market

Rochester has always been an attractive market for residential real estate investors. Single-family rental homes usually provide a slow-but-steady profit, which makes investment appealing to mom-and-pop landlords looking for a little retirement income or independent entrepreneurs intent on building a ...

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It’s Chief Justice Roberts’ Court, but does he still lead?

WASHINGTON (AP) — John Roberts is heading a Supreme Court in crisis. The chief justice has already ordered an investigation of the leak this week of a draft opinion suggesting the court could be poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, ...

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Intuit to pay $141M settlement over ‘free’ TurboTax ads

NEW YORK (AP) — The company behind the TurboTax tax-filing program will pay $141 million to customers across the United States who were deceived by misleading promises of free tax-filing services, New York’s attorney general announced Wednesday. Under the terms ...

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Abortion draft puts unusual public pressure on Supreme Court

The traditionally insular Supreme Court is about to face the full force of public pressure and abortion politics as justices make a final decision on whether to throw out the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling. The justices are entering a ...

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What’s next in the investigation of the Supreme Court leak?

Chief Justice John Roberts, in ordering an investigation into an “egregious breach of trust” in the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion, tasked a relatively unknown court official to carry out what could be one of the ...

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Bank regulators overhaul low-income, racial-lending rules

The three major U.S. banking regulators said Thursday they a plan to rewrite much of the outdated regulations tied to a decades-old banking law designed to encourage lending to the poor and racial minorities in the areas where banks have ...

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MCBA celebrates Law Day

More than 100 people attended the Monroe County Bar Association’s Law Week Celebration at Woodliff Hotel & Spa.

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