Royer: Effort to help first responders, teachers get a big boost from Katko | Columns

Samuel Royer From armed battles halfway around the world to terrorist attacks on our own soil, America is no stranger to turbulent times. For more than two centuries, we have counted on courageous individuals who seize the opportunity to protect our country and our communities, whether abroad or at home. …

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‘Exceptional’ housing price growth signals ‘a bumpy ride’ for homebuyers

The sharp rise in house prices over the past year shows little sign of slowing down, only very high incomes who may be able to afford a home in some areas, an economist has warned. Yesterday, the CSO released its latest Residential Property Price Index, which showed property prices had …

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Equity, Not Equality – The Torch

Sarah Everard was a 33-year-old marketing executive in the UK. In March of this year, she went to a friend’s house for dinner despite confinement in the area. On her way home, she encountered then-firearms officer Wayne Couzens, who allegedly mistakenly arrested her. That night, Couzens took Everard in his …

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8.6% increase in existing home sales in Canada in October

By Paul Vieira OTTAWA – Sales of existing homes in Canada rose sharply in October, marking the largest month-on-month increase in over a year. The Canadian Real Estate Association said sales of existing homes rose 8.6% in October from the previous month. On an actual, unadjusted basis, transactions in October …

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