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Thursday August 22nd, 2019 morning edition

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DoorDash is still pocketing workers’ tips, almost a month after it promised to stop

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But 27 days later, current DoorDash workers tell Recode that the company’s pay and tipping policies have stayed the same.

DoorDash’s delivery workers are contractors who don’t have protections like minimum wage or benefits like health care that full-time employees get.

“But it’s really important to me that even if I stop [working for DoorDash], these changes get made for everyone,” she said. »

Teen sues Fresno PD using body cam video of officer punching him multiple times

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EMBED >More News Videos BODY CAM FOOTAGE: Several body cameras recorded the confrontation, which is now the subject of an internal affairs investigation.

You can see him bleeding," said attorney Nolan Kane.London Wallace had no gang connections and no criminal history.

"And I don't see anything that was consistent with an officer basically putting his fist right through his face. »

Why do we still believe in 'lunacy' during a Full Moon?

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In the dark sky, the clouds shift, revealing the Full Moon’s eerie silver gleam, and the people on Earth below go mad.

The science, though, says something different.Blaming the Full Moon for strange behavior is a time-honored tradition.

(The word lunatic, by the way, comes from the Latin luna: moon. »