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    August 30, 2019

    1. Rumblings in the bond ­market
    2. Low-income Americans can benefit from gentrifying neighborhoods
    3. Removing mini-shampoos from hotel rooms won't save the environment
    4. To the winner goes the spoils - not necessarily

    Nation

    1. NYPD moves to 'victim-centered' approach on sex crimes cases
    2. Death penalty filing in synagogue massacre brings opposition
    3. Federal officials working with states to protect elections
    4. National Roundup

    State

    1. Ex-state lawmaker pleads no contest after sex scandal
    2. ACLU approves of police department's new policy
    3. Nessel joins 12 attorneys general urging the U.S. Department of Labor to strengthen protections for apprentices

    Courts

    1. Sick and dying workers demand help after cleaning coal ash
    2. As opioid settlements grow, so do questions about the money

    Business

    1. Rumblings in the bond ­market
    2. Low-income Americans can benefit from gentrifying neighborhoods
    3. Removing mini-shampoos from hotel rooms won't save the environment
    4. Tech firms struggle to police content while avoiding bias
    5. Edmunds: Labor Day sales less impressive than years past
    6. U.S. pending home sales slid 2.5% in July in sign of slowdown
    7. Average 30-year mortgage rates tick up to 3.58%
    8. Pay equity issues attract state laws and lawsuits

    Feature

    1. Legacy: Youth sports camp renamed in honor of former county probation supervisor
    2. Nessel accuses maker of at-home sexual assault kits of taking financial advantage of #MeToo Movement
    3. Guns and Mental Illness: A Psychiatrist Explains the Complexities
    4. Deaths caused by drivers running red lights at 10-year high
    5. Daily Briefs