BURLINGTON, Vt., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In Covid times, we’ve all experienced an abrupt shift to relying on web-based tools and services in our day-to-day lives. Now, more than ever, websites and web applications need to be available for everyone, regardless of ability. The importance of accessing critical services like health care, banking, and education via the web has increased significantly; the need for digital accessibility has never been more apparent.

Accessible Web, an organization of web accessibility experts located in Burlington, VT, recognizes the challenges that organizations are having with navigating the complexities of online ADA compliance and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), and is excited to announce the release of their flagship product. Accessible Web Console is a suite of tools designed to help teams discover, understand and resolve web accessibility issues.

“Our local web agency has been working towards building accessible websites since

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LOS ANGELES (KABC) — All around Southern California, there are lots of options if you are looking for a safe and easy getaway: book a staycation! There’s a new program in Los Angeles that aims to help the economy, while also saving you some money.

“We are seeing that over the last 30 to 60 days, people are starting to slowly get back out and rediscover their own backyard,” said Adam Burke, president and CEO, Los Angeles Tourism.

And that’s the goal, of course safely during the pandemic.

While travel industry suffers, road trips and short-term stays thrive

The local economy has been rocked over the past six months, with the leisure and hospitality sector losing nearly 166,000 jobs in L.A. County alone.

But the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board has launched a new program called L.A. Love, which is a collection of staycation offers.

“We actually put together

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Over the last 26 years, “Discover Oklahoma” has become a popular syndicated television show throughout the state.

During that time frame, it has occasionally spotlighted businesses and other attractions in the Bryan County area for feature stories on the weekly 30-minute program, which is produced by the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.

But since the COVID-19 pandemic began in earnest in March, the show’s filming schedule has been at a standstill.

That hiatus came to an end last week when a crew from the show selected Durant to tape their first feature segment in months. It will air later this fall when new programming begins.

“I try to frequent Durant usually every quarter of the year just to see what all new things they have going on,” stated “Discover Oklahoma” reporter Tina McGarry.

“We’ve really been at a standstill since March, so it’s nice to finally get back out on

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Most people are well aware that their wages are taxed. But there are some other income sources you may be much more surprised to find Uncle Sam taking a cut of. Here are three of them.

1. Social Security benefits

Social Security benefits aren’t taxed for every retiree, but around 50% of seniors pay federal income tax on them. And more will in the future since the income threshold at which benefits become taxable isn’t indexed to inflation.

Retirees could owe federal tax on up to 50% of benefits once their countable income hits $25,000 as a single filer or $32,000 as a married joint filer. Once countable income reaches $34,000 for single filers or $44,000 for married joint filers, up to 85% of benefits will become subject to federal tax. Countable income is defined to include half of all Social Security income along with all other taxable income and

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Discover Financial Services has blocked customers from making donations on a Christian crowdfunding site that was raising money for accused Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse, a report said.


GiveSendGo has raised more than $380,000 for the 17-year-old, who has been receiving support in some conservative circles who claim he acted in self-defense when he fatally shot two protesters with an AR-15 style rifle during a chaotic night following the shooting of Jacob Blake.

The credit card company, in emails to Forbes, said the action was taken for operating regulation violations.The violation wasn’t explained.


“We regularly review merchants for operating regulations violations; turning off merchants for violations is a typical process for us, but one we don’t make public,” 

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