Imperial Valley News
Online Payday Lending Companies to Pay $21 Million to Settle Federal Trade Commission Charges that They Deceived Consumers Nationwide
Washington, DC - Two payday lending companies have settled Federal Trade Commission charges that they violated the law by charging consumers undisclosed and inflated fees. Under the proposed settlement, AMG Services, Inc. and MNE Services, Inc. will pay $21 million – the largest FTC recovery in a payday lending case – and will waive another $285 million in charges that were assessed but not collected.
Yokosuka, Japan - The Heritage Committee aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) hosted a ceremony to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life, influence and achievements on the ship's mess deck.
Washington, DC - The Association of Mature American Citizens is actively encouraging Congress to act on Social Security in a timely and comprehensive manner.
Washington, DC - We are troubled by reports that Saudi Arabia's Court of Appeals, on recommendation from the Specialized Criminal Court, sentenced human rights lawyer Waleed Abu al-Khair to a full 15 years in prison for exercising his rights to freedom of expression and association.
Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the following appointments.
Escondido, California - Butterfly Jungle at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park features thousands of beautiful butterflies as they flit, float and flutter in an aviary that also includes birds, lush greenery and flowers.