Restaurant Chains Wahaca, Strada And Byron Accused Of Forcing Staff To Pay Bills When Customers Dine And Dash
UK restaurants frequently force their staff to foot the bills of customers who "dine and dash", industry insiders have told i after the popular Mexican chain Wahaca came under fire for ordering a waiter to cover the costs of a table that left without paying.
CONCORD (BCN) Police in Concord have arrested a man in connection with several crimes related to possession of an illegal assault rifle and for threatening comments the man reportedly made in the chat room of an online gaming platform. Ross Farca, 23, of Concord, was arrested and ultimately charged by the Contra Costa District Attorney's Office with making criminal threats, possession of an illegal assault rifle and manufacturing an assault rifle, according to the Concord Police Department. Last weekend, the FBI relayed a cyber-tip to police in Concord about threatening comments made in an online chat room that consisted of threats against Jewish people, threats to commit a mass shooting at a synagogue and threats to shoot at law enforcement. Police said the suspect also claimed to possess an assault rifle. There were no specific threats locations included in the threats, according to police. The FBI's initial investigation determined the threatening posts originated from an address in Concord, and detectives with the Concord Police Department were able to identify Farca as a suspect in the case. Police said Farca had legally purchased an incomplete AR-15 rifle frame earlier this year. On Monday, police obtained an arrest warrant for Farca and a warrant to search his home. Farca was taken into custody without incident. During a search of his home, police found an illegal AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, which had been built from the legally purchased frame, police said. Investigators also found several high-capacity magazines, but they did not find any ammunition. Detectives also found Nazi literature, camouflage clothing and a sword. In addition to Farca's arrest, detectives were also able to obtain an...
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Arizona Couple Files $10M Lawsuit After Cops Allegedly Pull Guns On Family After 4-year-old Steals Doll
An Arizona couple filed a $10 million lawsuit against the city of Phoenix claiming police officers committed civil rights violations after video showed them allegedly pointing guns at them after their 4-year-old daughter stole a doll from a dollar store last month.
Half of American voters believe the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia, a six point jump over three months, according to a poll released Sunday.
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Hundreds of thousands of protestors took to the streets to call for Hong Kong's leader to stand down, leaving the city at a standstill.
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A post office in South Los Angeles has been rededicated in honor of the late Grammy-winning soul singer Marvin Gaye. The U.S. Postal Service issued a stamp in honor of Gaye on April 2, which would have...
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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg (D) said Sunday that the U.S. should reconsider its relationship with Saudi Arabia and "consider putting the brakes" on it.
GOP Congressman Admits "privately" Republican Lawmakers "all Agree" Trump's Foreign Interference Comments Were Wrong
"What good does privately do?" conservative CNN host S.E. Cupp said. "I am so sick of hearing 'Republicans, when they talk privately, say one thing.'"
Americans overall remain divided over beginning impeachment hearings but Democratic support has surged since last month.
Perspectives: Congress Hasn't Raised The Minimum Wage In 3,614 Days. It's Time To Put Hard-working Americans First
Despite a tight labor market, employee salaries aren't rising fast enough to make up for years of wage stagnation, writes Chris Lu, who served as deputy secretary of Labor during the Obama administration.
President Donald Trump has attacked London mayor Sadiq Khan's handling of crime in the city, but homicide rates in US cities are much higher.