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MEXICO CITY, June 25 (Reuters) - Mexico is facing an “unprecedented situation” in terms of the shocks affecting inflation due to the COVID-19 pandemic and future interest rate moves will depend on the evolution of inflation, said Bank of Mexico Governor Alejandro Diaz de Leon. “Despite having a negative product gap, we are seeing multiple upward revisions in prices, shortages in different inputs and that’s because of COVID, not because of the economy’s traditional cyclical behavior,” said Diaz de Leon. “We’re in an unprecedented situation in terms of the shocks that are affecting inflation.”Diaz de Leon, whose term as governor concludes at the end of 2021, said the rate hike would contribute to bringing inflation towards the bank’s 3% target, plus or minus one percentage point. With Mexican consumer prices rising 6.02% in the year through the first half of June, Banxico now expects headline inflation to converge to its target during the third quarter of 2022. Banxico’s board deliberately avoided giving guidance on future monetary policy actions because future rate moves will depend on the evolution of inflation, and Thursday’s rate decision was fundamentally aimed at avoiding contaminating inflation expectations and the price formation process, Diaz de Leon said.
Persons: Alejandro Diaz de Leon, Banxico’s, Diaz de Leon, , , ” Diaz de Leon, Banxico, Anthony Esposito, Mark Potter Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Bank, Mexico, Bank of, Reuters Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, United States, Bank of Mexico
Black Voters Matter has embarked on what the national advocacy and policy group has christened a Freedom Ride for Voting Rights. Its goals, BVM co-founders LaTosha Brown and Cliff Albright note, are threefold: to amplify the need for federal voting rights legislation, build Black voting power, and advocate for Washington, D.C., statehood. People gather during the launch of the "Freedom Ride for Voting Rights" in Jackson, Miss., on June 19, 2021. Founded in 1869, the historically Black college became one of the epicenters of the civil rights movement. “Amen!”Barbara Arnwine, a lawyer, updated the crowd on voting rights legislation before Congress.
Persons: JACKSON, , they’ve, , Woodrow Wilson, BVM, LaTosha Brown, Cliff Albright, , Brown, Albright, Eric J, shelton, Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King Jr, Fannie Lou Hamer, Stokely Carmichael, Julian Bond, Tougaloo, Shelton, John Lewis, James Farmer, James Brown, Pastor Wendell Paris Sr, Isaiah, Kathy Sykes, Barbara Arnwine, Holder, Arnwine, , We’ve, ” Brown, You’ve, Dustin Chambers, Reuters Albright, “ Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman, “ ashe ”, they’re, We’re, Fred Shuttlesworth, Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley, Denise McNair —, Kelly Ingram, King, Randall Woodfin, Novella Paige Organizations: Miss, Black Voters, Woodrow, Tougaloo College, Washington, D.C, Republican, Reuters, Washington , D.C, Freedom Riders, NAACP, Riders, Racial, . Riders, Greyhound, Owens Health, Wellness Center, John Lewis Voting, Coalition, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Student Nonviolent, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Baptist Church, Ku Klux Klan, Kelly Ingram Park, Capitol, Republicans, American, Facebook, Twitter Locations: America, Georgia, , Selma, Alabama, Bronx, New York City, Jackson, Miss, Gulf, Carolinas , Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington ,, Paris, Mississippi, Shelby, Washington, Ebenezer, Atlanta, Birmingham , Alabama, Birmingham, Tennessee
Democrats and Republicans alike agree that there’s been a serious spike in violent crime over the last couple of years — the highest in more than a decade. Biden deserves kudos for standing up to his party’s loud progressive wing and insisting on taking action before more Americans needlessly die. The White House’s fact sheet on Biden’s crime-fighting plan talks of “gun violence resulting from the pandemic,” “gun violence exacerbated by the pandemic” and “gun violence associated with the pandemic.” In fact, the homicide spike “actually began in 2019, prior to the pandemic,” noted the National Commission on Covid-19 and Criminal Justice, a bipartisan panel assessing the pandemic’s effect on the justice system. More Americans believe violent crime is a “very big problem” than think the same about the coronavirus, a recent Yahoo News/YouGov poll found. In fact, violent crime was respondents’ top concern, beating the economy and race relations.
Persons: there’s, Biden, Joe Biden, , , , , ” that’s, they’ve, Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, ” Biden, Bill de Blasio, Eric Adams, Maya Wiley, Adams, who’s, Dermot Shea Organizations: National Commission, Minneapolis City Council, New York Police Department, Democrats, Yahoo, defunded, USA, New, Democratic, NYPD Locations: America, Covid, Minneapolis, New York, New York City, Brooklyn
The MOVE index - a bond market volatility gauge - hit a two-month high on Monday, underscoring those mixed signals and uncertainty about the near-term. In the June 17-24 poll, over 60% of fixed-income strategists, or 25 of 41, who answered an additional question said a significant sell-off in global bond markets was likely over the next three months. (Graphic - Reuters Poll: Major sovereign bond yields outlook, )Still, beyond the near-term, yields on major sovereign bonds were expected to have risen relatively modestly in a year, according to the poll of 80 fixed-income strategists. The Fed’s heavy presence in bond markets as a buyer is expected to prevent a runaway rise in yields, which the central bank will not want to happen. When asked how high would U.S. 10-year Treasury yields rise to over the next three months, the median of 30 analysts was 1.75%, with forecasts ranging between 1.5% and 2.0%.
Persons: Lucas Jackson, Jerome Powell, Powell, We’re, , Elwin de Groot, “ We’re, Leslie Falconio, Guneet Dhingra, Morgan Stanley, Organizations: REUTERS, Lucas Jackson Financial, Federal, Rabobank, Fed, UBS Global Wealth Management, U.S, Treasury Locations: BENGALURU, New York City , New York, U.S
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Persons: We're, I've, Read, Ft ., Jason Steele Organizations: American, Chase, Chevron, Wildlife, Southwest, Hyatt Place Jacksonville Airport, Hyatt, American Airlines, Citi, Mastercard, Ivey, Capital, Conference, Credit, Credit Card Media, & $ Locations: Denver, Colorado, Georgia, Jacksonville , Florida, Jacksonville, airfare, Florida, Ft, Ft . Myers, Southwest, Everglades City
LONDON — The U.K. has one of the highest Covid-19 vaccination rates in the world, yet it's seeing a new surge in coronavirus cases largely attributed to the delta variant that first originated in India. Experts say that close attention is being paid to the latest data out of the U.K. as it could be a bellwether for others. And there is a fear that where the U.K. now treads, others — like the U.S. — could follow. "All eyes (are) on UK Covid trends," Kallum Pickering, senior economist and director at Berenberg Bank, said in a note Tuesday. Secondly, he noted that new hospital admissions had increased less than recorded infections — and by much less than during the winter wave.
Persons: Anthony of Padua, Kallum Pickering, Pickering Organizations: St, Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, LONDON, Berenberg Bank Locations: Bronx of New York City, United States, India, U.S
Travel writers make a career out of helping tourists navigate unfamiliar places. Here, CNBC's travel contributors share the biggest mistakes they see visitors make in the cities they call home. No matter if Google Maps shows your destination isn't far, take a taxi or the MRT [Mass Rapid Transit] train. —Christian Barker, AustraliaSeeing it all in New York City"New York is a vast destination with a litany of choices, and that makes any tourist's time in the city precious. I always wondered why visitors — be it tourists or business travelers — reduced the city to a shopping and dining paradise.
Persons: you'd, — Christian Barker, I've, , you've, You'll, Lady Liberty, — Tracy Kaler, Sheryl Nash, Nance, haven't, a.m, — Carrie Hutchinson, it's, — Chris Dwyer, Petra Loho, Nigel Killeen Organizations: of, Empire, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jacobs Stock Photography, DigitalVision, Melbourne, Cote, Orient, Mass Transit Locations: Singapore, Australia, New York City, New York, Midtown, Brooklyn, Central, Manhattan, New, York, Ellis Island, , New York, United States, Jamaica, Rivers, Montego, Portland . Jamaica, Melbourne, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Austria, Bangkok, Thailand
John Lee, Hong Kong's secretary for security, speaks during a news conference on Thursday, Jun. Chan Long Hei | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesChina on Friday promoted Hong Kong's top security official to the territory's No. Chief Executive Carrie Lam said Secretary for Security John Lee would replace Matthew Cheung as the city's chief secretary, while police chief Chris Tang would take over Lee's role. China effectively ended multiparty democracy in Hong Kong by having the ceremonial Chinese legislature impose the national security law without debate or a vote in the city's Legislative Council. In recent months, police have arrested most of the city's pro-democracy activists.
Persons: John Lee, Hong, Chan Long Hei, Carrie Lam, Matthew Cheung, Chris Tang, Hong Kong's, Jimmy Lai Organizations: Bloomberg, Getty, China, Apple Daily, Police, city's Legislative, Council, Beijing, Hong Locations: Beijing, British, Hong Kong, China, city's
MLB roundup: Kyle Schwarber HRs twice to power Nats over Marlins
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Schwarber hit a homer to lead off the game and added a three-run shot in his second at-bat in just the 13th time that Schwarber hit leadoff for Washington. He has delivered 12 home runs in those games and is already tied for third in franchise history with five leadoff homers. He is one of just four players in MLB history with at least eight homers and 15 RBIs in a five-game span. The Marlins couldn't get a runner past first base until the fifth inning, and they have now scored just five runs over their past four games. Detroit starter Jose Urena (2-8) gave up six runs, four earned, on eight hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Persons: Kyle Schwarber, Sam Navarro, Schwarber, Jazz Chisholm, lofted, Yordan Alvarez, Myles Straw, Carlos Correa, Yuli Gurriel, Martin Maldonado, Akil Baddoo, Jose Urena, Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier, Margot, Christian Vazquez, Matt Barnes, Nick Pivetta, Michael Wacha, Gary Sanchez, Jameson Taillon, Aaron Judge, Luke Voit, Giancarlo Stanton, Sanchez, Sebastian Rivero, Rivero, Aroldis Chapman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Reese McGuire, Tony Santillan, Nick Castellanos, Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Jed Lowrie, Lowrie, Chris Bassitt, Kolby Allard, Bryan Reynolds, Louis, Reynolds, Adam Frazier, Phillip Evans, Colin Moran, Chad Kuhl, Carlos Martinez, Eddie Rosario, Blake Parker, James Karinchak, Bobby Bradley, Austin Hedges, Jorge Alcala Organizations: Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins, USA, Washington, National League, MLB, Nationals, NL, Miami, Marlins, Astros, Tigers, Detroit, Rays, Red Sox, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay's, Boston, Yankees, Royals, Kansas City, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Toronto ., American League, Philadelphia Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Reds, Braves, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Rangers, Oakland, Athletics, Pirates, Cardinals, Pittsburgh, Twins, Thomson Locations: Miami , Florida, USA, loanDepot, Houston, Boston, St . Petersburg, Fla, York, Buffalo, Toronto . Baltimore, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Minnesota
Philippine 'river warriors' fight tide of trash for cleaner future
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Members of the River Warriors gather trash to a 'trash boat' from the heavily polluted San Juan River, a tributary of Pasig River, in Mandaluyong City, Philippines, June 21, 2021. These "river warriors" are a decade-old group of about 100 people who work to clear the glut of garbage floating or washed up along Manila's notorious Pasig River. The 27 km (16.8 mile) river cutting through the Philippine capital was once a vital trade route. The Pasig River alone provides up to 6.43% of ocean plastic originating from rivers, the report said. "I've seen it done in other cities, in other countries, so I don't think it's impossible to revive and clean up Pasig River," she said.
Persons: Eloisa Lopez, There's, Angelita Imperio, Dexter Opiana, Imperio, Joan Lagunda, Marian Ledesma, Adrian Portugal Peter Blaza, Martin Petty, Tom Hogue Organizations: River, REUTERS, Oxford, Greenpeace, Thomson Locations: Juan River, Pasig River, Mandaluyong City, Philippines, Eloisa Lopez MANILA, Pasig, Philippine, Greenpeace Philippines
UK regulator opens formal probe into Amazon, Google over fake reviews
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/File PhotoJune 25 (Reuters) - Britain's competition regulator on Friday opened a formal investigation into Amazon (AMZN.O) and Alphabet Inc's Google (GOOGL.O) over concerns the tech giants have not done enough to combat fake reviews on their sites. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said it will now gather further information to determine whether the firms may have broken consumer law by taking insufficient action to protect shoppers from fake reviews. The move comes after an initial CMA investigation, which opened in May 2020, and assessed several platforms’ internal systems and processes for identifying and dealing with fake reviews. “Our worry is that millions of online shoppers could be misled by reading fake reviews and then spending their money based on those recommendations," said CMA Chief Executive Andrea Coscelli. "Equally, it’s simply not fair if some businesses can fake 5-star reviews to give their products or services the most prominence, while law-abiding businesses lose out."
Persons: Shannon Stapleton, Andrea Coscelli, it’s, Yadarisa, Aditya Soni Organizations: REUTERS, Markets Authority, CMA, Thomson Locations: Chelsea, New York City, U.S, Bengaluru
MLB roundup: 4 Cubs pitchers combine to no-hit Dodgers
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
It was the 17th no-hitter in Cubs history but the first thrown by more than one pitcher. Nationals 7, Marlins 3Kyle Schwarber clubbed two homers and drove in four runs, leading blazing-hot Washington past host Miami. He has delivered 12 home runs in those games and is already tied for third in franchise history with five leadoff homers. The Marlins have scored just five runs over their past four games. Cardinals starter Carlos Martinez (3-9) allowed five runs in five innings on five hits and seven walks, one of them intentional.
Persons: Willson Contreras, Jayne Kamin, Zach Davies, Ryan Tepera, Andrew Chafin, Craig Kimbrel, Davies, Kimbrel, Chris Taylor, Cody Bellinger, Albert Pujols, Will Smith, Kyle Schwarber, Schwarber, Jazz Chisholm, lofted, Yordan Alvarez, Myles Straw, Carlos Correa, Yuli Gurriel, Martin Maldonado, Akil Baddoo, Jose Urena, Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier, Margot, Christian Vazquez, Matt Barnes, Nick Pivetta, Michael Wacha, Gary Sanchez, Jameson Taillon, Aaron Judge, Luke Voit, Giancarlo Stanton, Sanchez, Sebastian Rivero, Rivero, Aroldis Chapman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Reese McGuire, Tony Santillan, Nick Castellanos, Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Jed Lowrie, Lowrie, Chris Bassitt, Kolby Allard, Bryan Reynolds, Louis, Reynolds, Adam Frazier, Phillip Evans, Colin Moran, Chad Kuhl, Carlos Martinez, Eddie Rosario, Blake Parker, James Karinchak, Bobby Bradley, Austin Hedges, Jorge Alcala Organizations: Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger, Cubs, Nationals, Marlins, Miami, Washington, NL, Astros, Tigers, Detroit, Rays, Red Sox, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay's, Boston, Yankees, Royals, Kansas City, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Toronto ., American League, Philadelphia Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Reds, Braves, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Rangers, Oakland, Athletics, Pirates, Cardinals, Pittsburgh, Twins, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, USA, Washington, Houston, Boston, St . Petersburg, Fla, York, Buffalo, Toronto . Baltimore, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Minnesota
If Trump were indicted and fled, he would go where there's no extradition treaty, legal experts say. The US would be in "uncharted territories" if it sought extradition of Trump, experts say. But the US and Russia have no extradition treaty or formal process through which a wanted person is arrested. Russian officials could agree to entertain Trump's application, which would trigger an international standoff between two countries with an already fraught relationship. If US authorities arrested Trump and won a criminal conviction against him, the former president's political career wouldn't necessarily stop there.
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Rudy Giuliani appeared on Newsmax Thursday to discuss the suspension of his New York legal license. He was it came because he was so effective at arguing for Trump's bogus election-fraud claims. Rudy Giuliani has claimed that the suspension of his license to practise law in New York was part of a plot to silence him because he was so effective at arguing former President Donald Trump's election-fraud claims. Giuliani appeared on the right-wing Newsmax network hours after an appelate court in New York suspended his law license on Thursday. In explaining the decision to suspend Giuliani's license, the New York court on Thursday cited his promotion of Trump's election-fraud conspiracy theories.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's, Giuliani, Democrat Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden's, Biden's Organizations: Democrat Party, Democrat, Trump, New, New York, Southern, of, New York City, FBI Locations: York, New York, America, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New, of New York, Ukraine
Yet Mr. Wisnia had resolved to go back to Auschwitz one last time. Mr. Wisnia spent New Year’s Day in 2020 in a hospital bed, just weeks before his flight was scheduled to leave Newark. Mr. Wisnia knew this would almost certainly be his final opportunity to revisit the Nazi death camp, and it felt especially important to go. In Auschwitz, Mr. Wisnia became a privileged prisoner when his Nazi captors discovered his talent and forced him to sing for them. In spite of the horrors of the death camp, Mr. Wisnia found clandestine moments of love with another privileged prisoner, an older woman known as Zippi.
Persons: Hope, Wisnia, he’d, , Helen Spitzer Organizations: Nazi Locations: Levittown, Pa, Auschwitz, Newark, Warsaw, New York City, Germany, Poland, Bratislava, Slovakia
U.S. inflation likely to remain elevated for up to four years - BofA
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Thyagaraju Adinarayan | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Brendan McDermidLONDON, June 25 (Reuters) - BofA expects U.S. inflation to remain elevated for two to four years, against a rising perception of it being transitory, and said that only a financial market crash would prevent central banks from tightening policy in the next six months. Hartnett thinks inflation will remain in the 2%-4% range over the next 2-4 years. U.S. inflation has averaged 3% in the past 100 years, 2% in the 2010s, and 1% in 2020, but it has been annualising at 8% so far in 2021, Bofa said in the note. BofA clients were still heavily invested in equities, with cash allocations well below long-term averages at 11.2%. In the week to Wednesday, investors pumped $7 billion into equities and $9.9 billion into bond funds, while pulling $53.5 billion from cash funds, BofA calculated, using EPFR data.
Persons: Brendan McDermid LONDON, Michael Hartnett, Hartnett, Bofa, Jerome Powell, Thyagaraju Adinarayan, Karin Strohecker Organizations: Swatch, REUTERS, BofA, Fed, . Federal, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S
Lisbon man breathes new life into city's historic trams
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Catarina Demony | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Paulo Marques is seen near his collection of trams in Carregado, Portugal, June 22, 2021. In a warehouse north of the city, Paulo Marques has been collecting and restoring old, rusty trams since his first acquisition in 1996. Trams have been transporting Lisbonites up and down the city's hilly streets since 1901 and they are still popular. Marques, who also owns a tram-themed restaurant in downtown Lisbon, became hooked on his journeys to school as a boy. "Anyone who comes here, whether they like trams or not, is dazzled by the collection," a proud Marques said.
Persons: Paulo Marques, Pedro Nunes LISBON, Marques, Catarina Demony, Miguel Pereira, Pedro Nunes, Andrei Khalip, Philippa Fletcher Organizations: REUTERS, Marques, Thomson Locations: Carregado, Portugal, Lisbon
One city 'ready to explode' as US murder rates surge in pandemic
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Nathan Layne | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
"It makes no sense," said Ross, 34, adding that no witnesses have stepped forward in the “broad daylight” murder. Such tributes have become a common sight in the poorer neighborhoods of Rochester, a city of 206,000 people in the northwestern part of the state. The per-capita murder rate climbed 30 percent in 2020 among 34 major cities surveyed by Richard Rosenfeld, a criminologist at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. Evans said the murder surge reflects rising problems with drug trafficking, criminal gangs and illegal firearms during the pandemic. The city’s police union, the Rochester Police Locust Club, said the department has only 12 investigators to pursue murder cases.
Persons: Malik Evans, Christopher Wood, Lindsay DeDario, Elijah Ross, Eric Ruise, Ruise, Ross, Jumyria's, Patrick Sharkey, George Floyd, Richard Rosenfeld, St . Louis, Rosenfeld, Joe Biden, Floyd, Lovely Warren, Evans, general’s, " Evans, Wood, Shamarla Grice, ” Demond Meeks, Meeks, Wanda Ridgeway, I'm, John Rouse, Daniel Prude, Prude, Rochester’s, COVID, Clay Harris isn’t, , , Harris, Retha Rogers, Rogers, Michael Washington , Jr, Brandon McClary, Nathan Layne, Hussein Waaile, Brian Thevenot Organizations: REUTERS, Princeton University, Oakland, Minneapolis Police, University of Missouri, Democratic, Reuters, Genesee, Rochester Police Department, Rochester Police Locust, Police, Rochester Police, Rochester, Thomson Locations: Rochester, NY, Rochester , New York, U.S, Lindsay DeDario ROCHESTER, N.Y, Chicago, Orleans, St ., New York, Los Angeles, COVID, Monroe County,
Palestinian mourners call for change at funeral of Abbas critic
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Yosri Al Jamal | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Ammar AwadHEBRON, West Bank, June 25 (Reuters) - Palestinian mourners called on Friday for a change of government as they marched through Hebron for the funeral of one of President Mahmoud Abbas's most prominent critics, who died after he was arrested by security forces. Thousands of people accompanied Nizar Banat's coffin through the streets of the occupied West Bank city, many of them chanting "the people want the fall of the regime" and "leave, leave Abbas". Banat, 43, was a social activist who had accused Abbas's PA of corruption, including over a short-lived COVID-19 vaccine exchange with Israel this month and Abbas's postponement of a long-delayed election in May. The United States, United Nations and European Union called on the PA to conduct a "transparent" inquiry into Banat's death. Abbas and the PA, which exercises limited self-rule in the West Bank, reject accusations they are corrupt and that they arrest people for their political views.
Persons: Ammar Awad HEBRON, Mahmoud Abbas's, Nizar, Abbas, Jibrin Al, Bakri, Abbas's, Rami Ayyub, Ali Sawafta, Andrew Heavens Organizations: REUTERS, West Bank, West, Protesters, Palestinian Authority, Human Rights, Rights Watch, United Nations, European Union, Thomson Locations: Nizar Banat, Al, Aqsa, Jerusalem's Old City, West, Hebron, West Bank, Gaza, Ramallah, East Jerusalem's Al, Banat, Israel, United States, European
In this week's edition of Insider Life, we're delivering our top stories spanning travel, real estate, style, and more. We'll be going over vacations to outer space, the best retirement destinations, and a luxury shopping experience in Paris. Newsletter Sign up for the Insider Life newsletter for the best of real estate, fitness, food, travel and style. Space PerspectiveForget earthbound vacations — the next big thing is space tourism. Check out four companies leading the charge in space vacations.
Persons: Simon McLaren, Uber, , Alexi Rosenfeld, Keith McNally, Pastis, Balthazar, Dennis Lane, Hallie Geller, Andrew Warren, Kris Jenner, Warren, who's, influencer, Eva Katalin, Brian Dunhill, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy —, Ana DeLuca, Cristiano Ronaldo, PwC Organizations: Service, Blade, CollXab, France, Nike, Burberry, Chefs Locations: Paris, York City, York, France
Live Updates: Harris Will Visit the U.S. Border with Mexico
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Katie Rogers | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
Live Live Updates: Harris Will Visit the U.S. Border with Mexico Vice President Kamala Harris will visit a migrant processing center in El Paso during her first visit to the U.S.-Mexico border since taking office. Vice President Kamala Harris departed Joint Base Andrews for a trip to El Paso on Friday. Along with Ms. Escobar, Ms. Harris is traveling with Senator Dick Durbin, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee who has been involved in past attempts at bipartisan immigration reform. Ms. Harris is also traveling with Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security. Greg Abbott of Texas days after Ms. Harris visits.
Persons: Will, Kamala Harris, Biden, Harris, Base Andrews, Jacquelyn Martin, Veronica Escobar, , We’ve, , Ms, Escobar, Dick Durbin, Alejandro N, Sanders, Lester Holt, Donald J, Trump, Greg Abbott, Trump’s, Mr, Abbott, Rohini Kosoglu, Rachel, Nev, Roger Kisby, Marco Rubio, Chris Impey, Impey, Mick West, West, ’ that’s Organizations: Mexico, Base, ., Associated Press, Customs, Protection, U.S, Democrat, El, Committee, U.S . Customs, El Paso Processing Center, NBC, Gov, Walmart, House Republicans, Mr, ” Intelligence, The New York Times, Navy, Republican, Senate Intelligence Committee, Congress, Pentagon, University of Arizona Locations: U.S, El Paso, Mexico, Mexico City, Guatemala, Europe, Texas, United States, United States of America, Area, Russia, China, Marco Rubio of Florida, U.F.O
Software entrepreneur's John McAfee widow blames U.S. for death
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Software pioneer John McAfee is escorted by immigration officers to the Guatemalan Airport in Guatemala City December 12, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez/File PhotoBARCELONA, June 25 (Reuters) - The widow of software mogul John McAfee blamed U.S. authorities on Friday for his death in a Spanish prison where he was awaiting extradition to the United States and said he was not suicidal. Janice McAfee said she wanted a thorough investigation into the circumstances of the death of her husband, which happened in his prison cell in Barcelona on Wednesday in what the authorities said was an apparent suicide. The court ruling was published on Wednesday a few hours before the news of his death. Reporting by Horaci Garcia, Albert Gea and Catherine Macdonald, writing by Joan Faus and Inti Landauro, editing by Andrei KhalipOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: John McAfee, Jorge Dan Lopez, Janice McAfee, Spain's, Javier Villalba, McAfee, Horaci Garcia, Albert Gea, Catherine Macdonald, Joan Faus, Inti, Andrei Khalip Organizations: Guatemalan, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Guatemala City, BARCELONA, United States, Barcelona
Kansai Electric faces pressure from shareholders to decarbonise
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Aaron Sheldrick | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.78   time to read: +2 min
TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - Some Kansai Electric Power shareholders, including Nordea Asset Management and KLP, say they will back a resolution opposed by the board requiring the Japanese electricity supplier to decarbonise to meet international targets on climate change. The resolution put forward by the City of Kyoto, which owns a stake in Kansai and gave its name to the first international climate change agreement, requires Kansai Electric to stop building new coal plants and to use carbon capture and storage for its existing coal stations, a city official told Reuters earlier. Kansai Electric did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Kansai Electric which serves Osaka and its industrial environs - an area with roughly the same economic output as Mexico - this week restarted an old reactor that had to get special approval to remain in operation. AkademikerPension of Denmark will also back the resolution, its CEO, Jens Munch Holst, said.
Persons: Nordea, ” Eric Christian Pedersen, , Kiran Aziz, Jens Munch Holst Organizations: Kansai Electric Power, Nordea Asset Management, City, Kansai Electric, Reuters, Kansai Electric Power Company, Electric Locations: TOKYO, Europe, United States, Japan, Kyoto, Kansai, Danish, Osaka, Mexico, KLP, Denmark
Louis' video has been viewed more than 426,000 times since it was posted on Friday. Ultra-famous TikTokers like Charli D'Amelio and Addison Rae are often cited as two examples of white stars making it big off of Black creators' choreography. Harmon's choreography to "Renegade" is one of the most prominent cases of a Black creator's dance being co-opted by white creators. The trend was then popularized by white creators like D'Amelio and others, who initially didn't credit Jalaiah. In May 2020, Black TikTok creators held a Blackout, an on-app protest to fight what they perceived as the app suppressing their voices.
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Factbox: What's in the U.S. Senate's $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan?
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Construction workers are seen at the site of a large public infrastructure reconstruction project of an elevated roadway and bridges in upper Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., April 22, 2021. REUTERS/Mike SegarWASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday embraced a bipartisan Senate deal to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on infrastructure projects, building roads, bridges and highways and helping stimulate the economy. Here are some of the details of the bipartisan framework released by the White House, valued at $1.2 trillion over eight years, $579 billion of which is new spending:NEW SPENDING* Roads, bridges and other major projects: $109 billion* Power infrastructure, including grid authority: $73 billion* Passenger and freight rail: $66 billion* Broadband infrastructure: $65 billion* Water infrastructure, such as eliminating lead pipes: $55 billion* Public transportation: $49 billion* Resilience (preparing infrastructure for the impacts of climate change such as floods and other extreme weather events, and cyber attacks): $47 billion* Airports: $25 billion* Environmental remediation: $21 billion* Creation of an Infrastructure Financing Authority focused on clean transportation and clean energy: $20 billion* Ports, waterways: $16 billion* Safety, including grants to add bike lanes and other steps to protect vulnerable road users: $11 billion* Electric vehicle infrastructure, including chargers: $7.5 billion* Electric buses, transit: $7.5 billion* Western water shortage: $5 billionFINANCINGThe plan includes a number of proposals to finance the spending. Republicans sketched out those plans:* Improve tax enforcement: Net increase of $100 billion after $40 billion invested in enforcement* Public-private partnerships and "direct-pay" municipal bonds: $100 billion* Redirecting unused COVID-19 relief funds: $80 billion* Proceeds from 5G wireless networks spectrum auction: $65 billion* Estimated macroeconomic impact of infrastructure investment: $58 billion* Redirecting unused unemployment insurance money returned from U.S. states: $25 billion* Reinstating Superfund fees for chemicals. Superfund, the program for cleaning up the nation’s worst hazardous waste sites, was originally financed primarily through taxes on petroleum products, chemicals and corporate income: $13 billion* Extending expiring customs user fees: $6.1 billion* Sale of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve: $6 billionReporting by Susan Cornwell, David Shepardson and Lisa Lambert; Editing by Scott Malone and Sonya HepinstallOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mike Segar WASHINGTON, Joe Biden, Susan Cornwell, David Shepardson, Lisa Lambert, Scott Malone, Sonya Hepinstall Organizations: REUTERS, White, Financing Authority, U.S . Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Thomson Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S
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