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Sports Authority holds out hope for last-minute sale to stave off liquidation

Not so fast.Sports Authority assumed the $120 million Mile High Stadium naming-rights contract vacated by Invesco Ltd. This story will be updated.MORE: Englewood grappling with likely loss of Sports Authority corporate HQ.Last week, Sports Authority's attorneys said the company would not emerge under a reorganization plan, but rather would pursue asset sales.Judge Mary Walrath, of the U.S.
The Denver Post
03/05
14 Points
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Erie trustees amend operator agreement with Encana Oil and Gas

Erie's Board of Trustees unanimously approved an amendment to the operator agreement between the town and Encana Oil and Gas on Tuesday night.The amendment . which serves to clarify that Encana must submit materials to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission that are consistent to the operator agreement and reinforces the town's independent authority in such matters . 287 to I-25.In the contract, Encana agreed to keep noise levels under 60 decibels .
The Denver Post
Today
4 Points
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Dennis Hastert sex abuse accuser files suit, says $1.8M in hush money remains unpaid 

Hastert acknowledged “the life-long pain and suffering he caused” the man, according to the lawsuit. The man asked to be compensated for the pain and suffering Hastert caused, and the two agreed to the $3.5 million the man suggested, the lawsuit states. Hastert pleaded guilty to the federal banking charges in October and is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday in Chicago.
Daily News
26/04
8 Points

'Individual A' sues Hastert, alleging unpaid hush money

Government court filings characterize the $3.5 million figure as just compensation for the trauma Hastert's sexual abuse caused.Federal agents investigated the possibility that Individual A was extorting Hastert, but ruled it out."After FBI monitoring of conversations between my client and Hastert, they concluded that my client was seeking compensation for the injuries caused by Mr. Hastert," Brown said. Associated Press writers Michael Tarm and Sara Burnett contributed to this report from Chicago.
The Denver Post
26/04
4 Points
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Charleston church shooting suspect Dylann Roof’s friend to admit lying to authorities about massacre plot 

ABC News Joey Meek, 21, has agreed to plead guilty to lying to authorities and failure to report a crime, according to the agreement. FULL COVERAGE OF THE CHARLESTON CHURCH MASSACREMeek hung out with Roof off and on in the weeks before the June 17 shooting. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in his state trial, which has been delayed until next year.Federal authorities haven’t said if they will also seek a death sentence for Roof, and no trial date has been set on those charges.
Daily News
26/04
2 Points
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Harriet Tubman’s upstate New York home to be National Historical Park

Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand hailed the signing of the agreement, which came two days after the Treasury Department announced Tubman would replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.HARRIET TUBMAN WILL REPLACE ANDREW JACKSON ON $20 BILLThe agreement must be signed by the current owners of the land and go to the state attorney general’s office for review. Attorney General Loretta Lynch signed a general agreement Friday that allows the transfer of land to the National Park Service.
Daily News
24/04
4 Points
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175 nations agree to Paris Agreement climate deal 

An analysis by the Washington-based World Resources Institute found that at least 25 countries representing 45% of global emissions joined the agreement Friday or committed to joining it early. Some say it could happen this year.The agreement will enter into force once 55 countries representing at least 55% of global emissions have formally joined it. ANDREW GOMBERT/EPA UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks before the Paris Agreement is signed at the United Nations Friday.
Daily News
23/04
8 Points
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VW owners can pick buybacks or fixes in emissions deal

Department of Justice sued the company after it acknowledged in September that it intentionally defeated emissions tests and put dirty vehicles on the road. An agreement will give consumers who bought nearly 600,000 Volkswagen vehicles rigged to cheat on emissions tests the option of having the automaker buy back the cars or fix them, a judge said Thursday.Senior U.S. But some owners of newer models who get just a software fix might receive little.
The Denver Post
22/04
23 Points
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Tech Microsoft and Google agree to drop all complaints to regulators against each other

Microsoft and Google have reached an agreement to stop complaining about each other to regulators. Speaking to Re/code, the companies have said they will attempt to work out any issues between themselves in the future, before getting regulators involved.“Microsoft has agreed to withdraw its regulatory complaints against Google, reflecting our changing legal priorities,” a Microsoft representative said in a statement to Re/code.
9to5Mac
22/04
6 Points
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Historic Paris climate pact signed at U.N.

The agreement sets a target of limiting global warming by 2100 to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees F), as compared to pre-industrial levels.Over 170 countries representing more than 93% of global greenhouse gas emissions were expected to sign the agreement Friday, according the World Resource Institute (WRI).Other nations not at the ceremony still have one year to sign the agreement.Signing is only another step in the process.
USA Today
22/04
5 Points
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Tech Viacom, Dish agree on new contract to avoid blackout

Dish Network and cable channel operator Viacom said Thursday they've agreed to a new multi-year content contract, avoiding a blackout of Viacom’s channels for 13.9 million Dish customers.As part of the agreement, Viacom will offer some of its networks on Sling TV, Dish’s “over-the-top” streaming service that offers live TV channels over the Internet for a monthly fee.Among Viacom’s networks that will available on Sling TV in coming months include Comedy Central, BET, Spike, MTV and Nick Jr.
USA Today
21/04
6 Points

Sports Alameda County supervisors approve Raiders lease extension

OAKLAND -- The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve an agreement to extend a lease agreement that will keep the Oakland Raiders at the Coliseum for at least one more year. The agreement must also be approved by the Oakland City Council but the council is expected to vote in favor of it at its meeting Tuesday night. The agreement also includes two additional one-year extensions that could keep the Raiders in Oakland for the 2017 and 2018 football seasons, as well.
San Jose Mercury News
20/04
5 Points
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New application process at U.S. Census Bureau could lead to thousands more jobs for African-American, Latino applicants

Census Bureau jobs under a settlement agreement to revamp the application process, according to court papers.The agreement, which still needs court approval, stems from a 2010 lawsuit brought by several African-American and Latino plaintiffs who had applied for temporary jobs with the agency . but were rejected because of inaccurate or missing FBI arrest and conviction info, their lawyers say.The suit said that old, minor offenses were used to deny some of the applicants.
Daily News
20/04
6 Points
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Tech Airbnb in talks to urge hosts to use $15/hr unionized cleaners

Airbnb is in final talks with the Services Employees International Union over an agreement to encourage the short-term rental company's hosts to use unionized cleaners who are paid at least $15 an hour, the company said.Under the agreement, Airbnb would endorse the SEIU’s national campaign for a $15 minimum wage.
USA Today
19/04
15 Points
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