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Maradona, football legend, was a champion of Latin America's left
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Sarah Marsh | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
HAVANA (Reuters) - Argentina football legend Diego Maradona said his hero, late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro - whom he considered a “second father” and whose face he had tattooed on his leg - once urged him to go into politics. “Everything Fidel does, everything Chavez does for me is the best (that can be done),” Maradona said on Chavez’s weekly television show in 2007. Tedeschi recalls the time Maradona knocked on his door and proposed a spontaneous visit to Castro. “They would always talk about politics - Diego was really interested in politics,” said Tedeschi, adding that Castro would also pay spontaneous visits to his Havana home. The terrorist mafia of Miami!”As such, Maradona was also a propaganda tool for Latin America’s leftist leaders, said Tedeschi.
Persons: Diego Maradona, Fidel Castro, , Diego Armando Maradona, Cubadebate, Castro, Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, Bolivia’s Evo Morales, Fidel, Chavez, ” Maradona, , Maradona, Alfredo Tedeschi, Morales, Tedeschi, Diego, George W, Bush, “ Diego, Bruno Rodriguez, ” Morales, Nicolas Maduro, Peronist Cristina Fernandez, “ Fidel, Cristina, ” Fernandez Organizations: REUTERS Maradona, Argentina, Reuters, Cuban, Argentine TV, ” Cuba’s, Twitter, Maduro, Bolivian, La, FIFA, Argentine, Clarin, Peronist Locations: HAVANA, Argentina, Cuban, Argentine, Havana, Handout, Latin America, United States, Buenos Aires, Soviet Union, Cuba, Belgium, , Miami, Venezuelan, U.S, La Paz, Diego
Before the event, a local drag racer had warned via Facebook Live that Black Lives Matter was coming “to bring hate to our town,” according to BuzzFeed. Black Lives Matter protesters, encircled by police, from right, and counter protesters, from left, meet along East Plane Street in Bethel, Ohio on June 15, 2020. The actions of the Minneapolis police reminded them of the corrupt, brutal authorities back in India, Kaur recalled. The group’s youth summer program, which usually visits Pismo Beach for a week, instead held discussions via Zoom on Black Lives Matter. “I see Kevin on the side of the road — what’s he doing?” he recalled one of them saying.
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Edward P. Lazear, Economist and Presidential Adviser, Dies at 72
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Eduardo Porter | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.97   time to read: +2 min
Professor Lazear began his professional career in 1974 as an assistant professor of economics at the University of Chicago. “He was the most natural economist I ever came into contact with,” said Paul Oyer, an economist at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. Productivity at the business soared when it shifted from paying workers an hourly wage to paying them according to the number of windshields they repaired. Professor Lazear figured out that this improvement hadn’t come about just because people had worked harder to earn more money. Professor Lazear wrote another famous paper explaining the rationale behind mandatory retirement, which was outlawed by Congress in 1986.
Persons: Bush, , ” Edward Paul Lazear, Gary Becker, Lazear, , Paul Oyer Organizations: University of California, Harvard University, University of Chicago, Stanford, Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, Safelight Glass Company, Productivity, Congress Locations: New York City, Los Altos, Calif, Los Angeles
Just last week Trump summoned Michigan Republican leaders to the White House to try to throw out the state's election results. The most egregious example is Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, the subject of an ethics complaint we filed, along with former Office of Government Ethics Director Walter Shaub, last Wednesday with the Senate Ethics Committee. Senate ethics rules prohibit Senate employees from engaging in campaign activity, unless it is clear that they do so on their own time, outside of Senate space, and without using Senate resources. Senate ethics rules prohibit Senate employees from engaging in campaign activity, unless it is clear that they do so on their own time, outside of Senate space, and without using Senate resources. Both Georgia and South Carolina, Graham’s home state, have a history of infringing on the voting rights of African Americans.
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Rudy Giuliani was brought in to lead an "elite strike force" of lawyers to guide President Donald Trump's legal challenges to the 2020 election, but their efforts have been "dysfunctional" and "an embarrassment," based on "unsubstantiated evidence" and "outlandish claims," legal experts told NBC News. Election lawyer Matthew Sanderson compared Giuliani unfavorably to James Baker, who led George W. Bush's legal effort in the 2000 presidential election. Earlier in the same Pennsylvania case, Giuliani was seeking to add back in arguments his predecessors had dropped, presumably because they didn't have the evidence to back their claims. "It's a pernicious, problematic attempt to bedraggle our democratic processes," Pérez said, adding the legal campaign has been full of "unsubstantiated allegations, inadequate evidence and outlandish claims." Kirschner, an NBC News legal analyst, said, "It angers me when I hear Donald Trump's lawyers and defenders say, 'You have every right to bring these cases.'
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The letter sent by the General Services Administration (GSA) to President-elect Joe Biden authorizing his transition does not say that he won the election. The letter to authorize President-elect Joe Biden's transition arrived late Monday — but is an unusual document which strained to avoid acknowledging his victory. GSA Administrator Emily Murphy wrote to Biden on Monday, 16 tumultuous days after major networks widely called the election for him. Williams' 2008 letter used boilerplate wording to name Obama President-elect "for the purposes of the Act" — i.e., to authorize the transition and no more. Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call via Getty ImagesIn elections, the GSA Administrator "ascertains the apparent successful candidate once a winner is clear," as the GSA website puts it.
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ET White House May Try to Curb Economic Ties With China: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks gain as the transition to a Biden administration begins. The Trump administration is considering imposing more limits on China. Credit... Mark Schiefelbein/Associated Press The Trump administration is weighing several policy actions aimed at thwarting China as President Trump and his advisers use their final weeks in office to try to curb America’s economic ties with the country. The automaker said it would no longer back the Trump administration in a fight with California over clean-air standards. G.M.’s support for the Trump administration surprised many auto experts given the president’s repeated attacks on the company and Ms. Barra.
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ET Wall St. Trades in Record Territory as Biden Transition Begins: Live Updates RIGHT NOW S&P 500 and Dow approach records as Biden administration takes shape. President Trump, who has consistently warned that markets would tumble if he lost re-election, took credit for the record on Tuesday. “The stock market’s just broken 30,000 — never been broken, that number,” Mr. Trump said in brief remarks at the White House. The automaker said it would no longer back the Trump administration in a fight with California over clean-air standards. G.M.’s support for the Trump administration surprised many auto experts given the president’s repeated attacks on the company and Ms. Barra.
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ET Presidential Transition Live Updates: President-Elect Biden Announces Cabinet Picks President-elect Joe Biden introduced his nominees for key foreign policy and national security roles as the transition process officially began. Mr. Biden said the selection of Mr. Kerry would signal to world leaders that the issue was a priority. Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris took no questions from the press. finally issued the ascertainment on Monday, clearing the way for Mr. Biden to start officially announcing his nominations. It is not clear when Mr. Biden will receive his first classified national security briefing as president-elect.
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Human rights groups and progressives have expressed concern about President-elect Joe Biden's pick for director of national intelligence, Avril Haines. But human rights groups and progressives have expressed concern about his choice for director of national intelligence (DNI), Avril Haines. Haines, a former deputy CIA director who would be the first woman to serve as the top US spy chief if confirmed, played a central role in crafting the legal framework surrounding the Obama administration's controversial, secretive drone war. The Obama administration faced heavy criticism from human rights groups and progressives over civilian casualties linked to the drone strikes. She recommended Gina Haspel for CIA director, though Haspel has been implicated in the agency's use of torture.
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Republican former national security officials urge party to demand Trump concession
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Tim Reid | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Carlos BarriaLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - More than 100 former Republican national security officials demanded on Monday that party leaders denounce President Donald Trump’s refusal to concede the presidential election, calling it a dangerous and anti-democratic assault on U.S. institutions. Comprising some of the most senior national security officials in the Republican administrations of Ronald Reagan, George H.W. The group - Former Republican National Security Officials for Biden - which formed in August and whose members campaigned against Trump, was particularly critical of Republican congressional leaders in a published letter. “By encouraging President Trump’s delaying tactics or remaining silent, Republican leaders put American democracy and national security at risk,” the group writes. The Trump campaign has described Republican-led groups that backed Biden as disaffected former officials “trying to take down the duly elected president of the United States.” Trump on Twitter referred last year to “Never Trump Republicans” as “human scum.”
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Patrick Quinn, who helped popularize the viral Ice Bucket Challenge that has raised over $220 million for global research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, died on Sunday, according to the ALS Association. The Ice Bucket Challenge proved hugely popular, with videos of high-profile participants from Bill Gates, to Lady Gaga and former President George W. Bush clocking millions of hits. Download the NBC News app for full coverage of the coronavirus outbreak"It dramatically accelerated the fight against ALS, leading to new research discoveries, expanded care for people living with ALS, and significant investment from the government in ALS research," the ALS Association wrote in a statement on its website on Sunday. It typically strikes between the ages of 40 and 70, and average life expectancy after symptoms begin is three years, the ALS Association says. "The Ice Bucket Challenge connected with a sweet left hook to the jaw of ALS and shook the disease up," Quinn told a crowd in Boston in 2019, five years after the social media campaign.
Persons: Patrick Quinn, Peter Frates, Anthony Senerchia, Quinn, Kate Warren, Lou Gehrig's Disease, Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, George W, Bush, Pat Organizations: ALS Association, Twitter, The Washington Post, New York Yankees, NBC, ALS, CDC Locations: Yonkers , New York, United States, Boston
Trump’s effort to prevent Biden, a Democrat, from taking office on Jan. 20 likely will be doomed if officials confirm Biden as the winner of the votes in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Biden beat Trump in Michigan by more than 150,000 votes, or almost 3 percentage points, and the election canvassing board is required to validate the count. Ron Klain, the incoming White House chief of state, said on Sunday that Biden will announce his first Cabinet picks on Tuesday. The Trump campaign’s focus remains on an increasingly desperate quest to delay certification of the election results in several states, an effort that has mostly met with failure. More than 100 former Republican national security officials demanded in a published letter on Monday that party leaders denounce Trump’s refusal to concede the election, calling it a dangerous and anti-democratic assault on U.S. institutions.
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Millions were at risk of evictions, demand was surging for FHA mortgages, and small business failures continued to mount. While the two administrations had many differing views, we facilitated the smooth transition of power to ensure that people kept their homes and that small businesses could stay in business. Small businesses, homeowners, renters and nonprofits will again require significant support from the next administration and the next Congress. Today, most small businesses and many nonprofits have less than 30 days' cash on hand and backlogged expenses. If this doesn't happen, small business owners and their employees will suffer.
Persons: George W, Bush, Barack Obama, Obama, Joe Biden, Biden, Jan, Steven C, Preston Organizations: White, Urban Development, Small Business Administration, SBA, HUD, Goodwill Industries International, Department of Housing Locations: Washington ,, American
ET Biden Transition Live Updates: Trump’s Refusal to Concede Has Split Republicans Into Two Camps President-elect Joe Biden plans to name his top national security picks on Tuesday, reuniting several officials from the Obama administration. Supporters of President Trump at a rally in Washington earlier this month. That said, there is a third camp — one led by Mr. Trump and his most die-hard supporters: Those who might never concede defeat. The transition office also confirmed reports on Sunday night that Mr. Biden will nominate Antony J. Blinken to be secretary of state and Jake Sullivan as national security adviser. On Saturday, a Pennsylvania court threw out a lawsuit seeking to stop the state’s election certification.
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The Fight to Win Latino Voters for the G.O.P.
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Marcela Valdes | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Sun Belt presidents like Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush were among the first politicians to recognize the power of Latino conservatives. “That’s pretty good.”“Donald Trump got more Hispanic votes than Romney,” the coalition’s president, Hector Barreto Jr., pointed out to me about the 2016 election. Hispanics that voted for Donald Trump did not vote for Donald Trump because of the comments that he made during the campaign. They didn’t vote for him because they thought that he was going to be against their best interests. Under Garza, Libre has deliberately recruited Latino evangelicals.
Persons: Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George W, Bush, Trump, , ” Trump, ” “ Donald Trump, Romney, Hector Barreto Jr, Donald Trump, ” Garza, , Friedrich A, von Hayek, Hayek, Garza, David P, Velazquez, ” Gustavo Barrero, Barrero, It’s, ” Barrero, Charles Koch, Koch, Jane Mayer, Organizations: Sun, Latino Coalition, Garza, Libre Initiative’s, Army, Casa Roca Orlando, Libre, Republican National Committee Locations: United States, Austrian, Soviet, Mission, California, Nebraska, Washington State, Florida , Nevada , North Carolina, Texas, Orlando, Colombia
President Donald Trump is refusing to concede the presidential election, and said he plans to fight the results in court. The issue of whether to concede has divided Trump's inner circle, with some advising him to accept loss with dignity. Sen. Lindsey Graham: FightThe South Carolina senator has put his money where his mouth is, telling Sean Hannity's show that he had personally donated $500,000 to Trump's legal efforts. Rudy Giuliani: FightThe president's personal lawyer has been spearheading Trump's efforts to dispute the election results. "The President and his lawyers have made claims of criminality and widespread fraud, which they allege could impact election results.
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We understood then what should be evident now: Matters of national security must transcend domestic political division. Today, as our country faces vast foreign and domestic risks, President-elect Joe Biden’s transition must be treated not as an exercise in politics but as the security imperative it is. What’s more, Mr. Biden’s transition team has been denied access to federal agencies, transition funds, office space and classified information. Perhaps most alarmingly, the president-elect has not yet been able to begin government background checks on key national security appointees, which could stall appointments, putting American national security at risk. On Nov. 12, a group of over 150 former national security officials issued a letter warning that “delaying the transition further poses a serious risk to our national security.”An orderly presidential transition is needed to keep America secure.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Biden’s, Bush, Barack Obama, Trump, Thomas Kean, Tim Roemer Organizations: Mr, American, Republican, America, Democrat, The, New York, Facebook, Twitter Locations: New Jersey, Indiana, U.S, India
Relatives were initially hesitant to share the news with him, instead waiting several weeks before explaining why Richard DeLisi was unable to return his son’s phone calls. Advocates for DeLisi have worked for decades to secure his early release from prison, citing both health and legal concerns. As more states decriminalize and legalize cannabis, draconian prison sentences need to be revisited, said Chiara Juster, a marijuana criminal reform advocate and lawyer on DeLisi’s legal team. Richard DeLisi appealed that same year but was unsuccessful. When Richard DeLisi is finally released from prison, Rick DeLisi intends to pack up his family and fly to the U.S. despite the pandemic.
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Southwest Airlines is expanding with 12 new leisure routes across the United States and Mexico. Southwest Airlines is continuing a nationwide expansion with the addition of 12 new routes that were announced Thursday. The twice-daily service will see a morning and afternoon flight from Chicago and two afternoon return flights from Sarasota. The once-daily service will see a morning departure from Long Beach and an afternoon return flight from Los Cabos. The once-daily service will see a morning departure from Long Beach and a late afternoon return flight from Puerto Vallarta.
Persons: didn't, Max, hasn't, David Shvartsman, Houston's William P, George, Cyndi Monaghan, Joe Daniel Price, Dan Reynolds Organizations: Southwest Airlines, Federal Aviation Administration, Boeing, Southwest, Airlines, Allegiant Air, Chicago Southwest, United Airlines, American Airlines, Dallas Dallas, Dallas Love, Fort Worth International, Hobby, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Embraer, Mesa Airlines, Nashville Southwest, Nashville, Music, Getty, Chicago, American Airlines and United Airlines, . Frontier Airlines, O'Hare International, Houston, Long, Hawaiian Airlines, Airbus, John Wayne Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Spirit Airlines, Allegiant Locations: United States, Mexico, Savannah , Georgia, Sarasota , Florida, Hawaii, Southwest, Baltimore Baltimore , Maryland, Baltimore , Maryland, Baltimore, Savannah, Chicago, Chicago , Illinois, Dallas Dallas , Texas, Dallas , Texas, Dallas, Houston Houston , Texas, Duy, Houston , Texas, Nashville , Tennessee, Sarasota, Chicago Chicago , Illinois, Houston's, Nashville Nashville , Tennessee, Nashville, Long Beach , California, Honolulu Honolulu, Honolulu, Long Beach, Hawaiian, Orange County , California, Cabos, Shutterstock.com, Los Cabos, Orange County, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Southwest
GOP Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee on Friday seemed to acknowledge former Vice President Joe Biden's win over President Donald Trump, calling him the president-elect in a Friday interview with ABC News. But Blackburn's office later told The Tennessean she misspoke in calling Biden as the president-elect and Sen. Kamala Harris the vice president-elect. "I have not spoken with the president-elect," Blackburn, a known ally of President Donald Trump, told ABC News anchor Juju Chang during a live appearance Friday. "We did have the vice president come to the floor, the vice president-elect come to the floor this week to cast a vote. "She simply misspoke — it's nothing more," Abigail Sigler, a campaign spokesperson for Blackburn, told The Tennessean after the outlet published an article about Blackburn's statement.
Persons: Sen, Marsha Blackburn of, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Biden, Kamala Harris, Republican Sen, Joe Biden, Blackburn, Juju Chang, Didn't, Abigail Sigler, Trump would've, Trump, Jacob Shamsian, Barack Obama, Mike DeWine, Mitt Romney, George W, Bush, Biden's Organizations: Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, ABC News, Republican, ABC, Blackburn, Trump, Tennessean, Biden, Associated Press, GOP, Ohio Locations: Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Utah
Republicans with 2024 presidential ambitions have a huge problem on their hands. But GOP strategists say the first White House hopefuls to break from Trump could gain a strong lead in 2024 Republican primaries. Republicans eyeing a 2024 presidential run have a huge problem. The strategist requested anonymity to discuss sensitive calculations by Republicans eyeing the White House. The clear risk is ending a White House bid before it's even been officially announced.
Persons: Donald Trump, they've, Trump, Mike Pence, Sen, Tom Cotton, Nikki Haley, who've, eyeing, Joe Biden, he's, Sens, Tom Cotton of, Josh Hawley, there's, they'd, David Perdue, Kelly Loeffler, Jason Armond, Georgia Senate runoffs, Loeffler, Perdue, Raphael Warnock, Jon Ossoff, Marco Rubio, Rick Scott, Cotton, Pence, Rubio, he'll, Hawley, Jeb Bush, Haley, Larry Hogan, Ricky Carioti, Ronald Reagan, Hogan, Utah Sen, Mitt Romney, Arizona Sen, John McCain, I've, Nebraska Sen, Ben Sasse, Trump's, Ronna McDaniel —, It's, Yuri Gripas, Ronna McDaniel, wouldn't, Donald Trump Jr, he'd, Mike Pompeo, Biden, He's, Pompeo Organizations: GOP, South Carolina Gov, White, Trump, Republican, White House, GOP Sens, Los Angeles Times, Getty Images, Georgia Senate, House, Loeffler, Biden, Capitol, Biden's, Missouri Republican, Maryland Gov, Washington, Getty, Ronald, Ronald Reagan Foundation, Election, Reuters, Republican Party Locations: Pence, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Josh Hawley of Missouri, Canton , Georgia, Georgia, Getty Images Georgia, Florida Sens, Perdue, Washington, Michigan, Utah, Arizona, Nebraska
Biden’s Georgia Victory Over Trump Certified by Secretary of State
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( Alexa Corse | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Friday certified the Nov. 3 election results, declaring President-elect Joe Biden the winner of the state. Mr. Biden was ahead by more than 12,000 votes in Georgia, according to audit results released Thursday. Mr. Biden’s victory in Georgia is the first for a Democratic presidential candidate since Bill Clinton narrowly defeated Republican President George H.W. Under Georgia law, after an election is certified, a candidate can request a recount if the margin of victory is less than 0.5%. Mr. Trump is within that margin.
Persons: Brad Raffensperger, Joe Biden, Biden, , Mr, Raffensperger, Bill Clinton, George H.W, George H.W . Bush, Trump Organizations: Associated Press, Georgia’s, Democratic, Republican Locations: Georgia, George H.W .
WASHINGTON — Progressives are ramping up their public pressure on President-Elect Joe Biden to appoint progressives to key jobs in his incoming administration and keep out corporate executives, lobbyists and consultants. We expect hundreds of thousands of them will," said David Segal, the co-founder of the progressive group Demand Progress. "That's why it is imperative that the Biden administration appoint a Cabinet that puts the American people's interests over corporate agendas." In 2008, the progressive movement largely demobilized after helping Barack Obama get elected. "We're just here to say that we want and we ask Joe Biden to be brave, to be big, to be bold."
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, David Segal, corporatist, Daily Kos, Trump, Carolyn Fiddler, Barack Obama, Jeff Hauser, Rep, Alexandria Ocasio, , Cori Bush, Jamaal Bowman, Mondaire Jones, Massachusetts Sen, Ed Markey, Kennedy, Markey, Elizabeth Warren, Ro Khanna, Bernie Sanders ’, Ron Klain, Cedric Richmond Organizations: Progressives, GOP, Obama, Biden, Democratic Party, Daily, Democratic, Progress, Senate, Committee, Sunrise Movement, Progressive Change Institute, White, Office, Public Locations: WASHINGTON, Kos, America, Alexandria, Cortez, United States, Massachusetts
The joint statement of Perdue and Loeffler claiming mismanagement and corruption in their state’s elections reflects both bad temper and bad judgment. What the senators' statements suggest is less that the election was tainted than that their re-election prospects are precarious. What the senators' statements suggest is less that the election was tainted, than that their re-election prospects are precarious. Indeed, reports indicate that Trump demanded that Perdue and Loeffler undermine the credibility of Georgia’s election results and call for Raffensperger’s resignation. Hoping to retain the president’s support during their runoff campaigns, they apparently dutifully complied.
Persons: , Ronald Reagan, George H.W, George H.W . Bush, Sens, David Perdue, Kelly Loeffler, Perdue, Georgia, Joe Biden, Sonny Perdue, Loeffler, Brad Raffensperger, Donald Trump, , ” Raffensperger, Raffensperger, Loefflers, Trump Organizations: Republican, Atlanta's Fox, Trump Locations: George H.W ., United States, Sens, Russia, China, Loeffler, Georgia
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