• Alex Azar resigns as Health and Human Services Secretary, citing Capitol mob

    Alex Azar resigns as Health and Human Services Secretary, citing Capitol mob0

    Alex Azar, the Health and Human Services Secretary, resigned earlier this week, citing the violent Capitol riot inflamed by President Donald Trump in his resignation letter obtained by NBC News. Azar said his resignation would become effective on Jan. 20th — the same date he would have been leaving office once President-elect Joe Biden is

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  • Alex McLean – Drive-thru Food Bank

    Alex McLean – Drive-thru Food Bank0

    The Lake Hopatcong Person of the year reflects one of the many caring people who stepped forward to help anyone who needed assistance during the onslaught of the pandemic. This was a time where many had lost their jobs, unemployment benefits were clogged in the system, and even the basic necessities of life like food,

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  • Alex McDougall: Here Comes the Open Lending Era

    Alex McDougall: Here Comes the Open Lending Era0

    In 2020 we finally saw some of the nearly decade-long blockchain hype fulfilled and the legitimate building blocks of a next-generation banking system emerge.  Open finance, and specifically open lending, has exploded to well over $10 billion this year. This growth has catalyzed a new source of funding for market participants ranging from individuals to

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  • Five things to know about California’s new US Senator, Alex Padilla

    Five things to know about California’s new US Senator, Alex Padilla0

    In summary Gov. Newsom’s chosen successor to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is a tech-minded voting rights booster, a Latino who came of age during the nativist political upheaval of the 1990s and a longtime Newsom loyalist.  Lea este artículo en español. Political junkies and capitol insiders, pat yourselves on the back.  Ever since Joe Biden picked

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  • Alex Padilla broke down in tears when Gov. Gavin Newsom asked him to be

    Alex Padilla broke down in tears when Gov. Gavin Newsom asked him to be0

    • JOBS
    • December 23, 2020

    Secretary of State Alex Padilla teared up when Gov. Gavin Newsom offered him the job of California’s first Latino senator. Newsom selected Padilla to replace Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and serve out the rest of her term until 2022, when he can then choose to run for a full term. “I’m honored, man, and I’m

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