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Inter Ikea faces tax troubles in Europe

On Tuesday, Dec. 19, Margrethe Vestager, European Commissioner on commercial competition, announced the investigation of IKEA’s tax construction in the Netherlands. Suspected of evading up to a billion euros in taxes between 2009 and 2014, IKEA  has established a unique financial system that allows them to pay less corporation tax. …

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Preparing for unfriendly fires

Southern California was recently hit by a tirade of fires. No human deaths have resulted from the Lilac Fire, but 4,100 acres of land near Camp Pendleton and 46 horses perished. One San Diegan firefighter lost his life to the Thomas Fire in Ventura. While PUSD and surrounding areas were …

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Mudslides through Montecito

The heavy rainfall on Tuesday caused rivers of mud and debris to run through Santa Barbara County, destroying homes in the Montecito community, leaving 15 people dead, 48 people severely injured, and many missing. The continuously growing inch per hour was one of the main causes of this natural disaster. …

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“Banned” words at the CDC cause massive backlash among officials and citizens

Officials at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were allegedly given a list of banned words during a Department of Human Health and Services (HHS) briefing on Thursday, Dec. 14. The list included words such as: “diversity,” “fetus,” “transgender,” “science-based,” “evidence-based,” “entitlement,” and “vulnerable.” 2018 budgeting documents are …

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