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Express Inc., EXPR -3.59% best known as a presence in American malls, has been testing a new strategy: selling other brands’ merchandise online. Visitors to the retailer’s website can shop for items from dozens of other brands in addition to Express apparel. That approach is an increasingly popular one as retailers like Express, Urban Outfitters Inc. URBN -0.26% and J.Crew Group Inc. look to benefit from listing products that are sold and shipped by other sellers. Walmart has more than 85,000 sellers, according to Marketplace Pulse, compared with roughly two million active sellers on Amazon. Amazon sellers have to bid for ad space.
Persons: , Timothy Baxter, Jeff Bezos, Adrien Nussenbaum, Maria Del Mar Gomez Viyella, Viyella, “ they’ll, Dave Cole, Baxter, Rocky Collins, Collins, , ” Sellers, Joshua Willard, Willard, haven’t, Mr, Jeff Clementz, Ken Zhang, Sellers “, Zhang, Scott, Sebastian Herrera Organizations: Inc, Visitors, Urban Outfitters Inc, J.Crew, Amazon.com Inc, Walmart Inc, Target Corp, Amazon, Express, An Express, Street, Cali Hndsme, Walmart Locations: Brooklyn, Sebastian.Herrera
SoFi lands a Wall Street internship
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
A Wall Street sign is pictured outside the New York Stock Exchange amid the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City, April 16, 2021. REUTERS/Carlo AllegriNEW YORK, June 15 (Reuters Breakingviews) - SoFi Technologies’ (SOFI.O) four new equity underwriting gigs reflect a convenient connection. The online finance company’s shares only started trading on June 1 after the completion of a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company. The SPAC that merged with SoFi, effectively taking it public, was one of Palihapitiya’s, too. The Wall Street firm is itself debuting as the top bank for Palihapitiya, who has relied on Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) for six previous blank-check floats, according to data from SPAC Research.
Persons: Carlo Allegri, Chamath, Morgan Stanley, Richard Beales, Gina Chon, Amanda Gomez Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Reuters, Technologies, SoFi, Credit Suisse, SPAC Research, Emirates Locations: New York City, Palihapitiya, Singapore
The Exchange: IAC Chairman Barry Diller
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: 1 min
IAC Chairman Barry Diller at Little Island Park on Manhattan's West Side, during the park's opening day in New York City, May 21, 2021. REUTERS/Mike SegarNEW YORK, June 15 (Reuters Breakingviews) - The media mogul has backed businesses ranging from travel to gambling to dating and more. Plus, he’s behind Little Island, a new park in New York. Diller shares his thoughts on the reopening of the world, IAC’s unique model and why Netflix has already won the streaming war. Listen to the podcastFollow @jennifersaba on Twitter- For previous columns by the author, Reuters customers can click onSIGN UP FOR BREAKINGVIEWS EMAIL ALERTS <a href="http://bit.ly/BVsubscribe" target="_blank">http://bit.ly/BVsubscribe</a> | Editing by Freddie Joyner and Amanda Gomez
Persons: Barry Diller, Mike Segar, Diller, Freddie Joyner, Amanda Gomez Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, Netflix, Twitter Locations: Little, New York City, New York
Corporate America blowback
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission logo adorns an office door at the SEC headquarters in Washington, June 24, 2011. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstNEW YORK, June 15 (Reuters Breakingviews) - The drumbeat to overturn Donald Trump-era rules that favored corporate America has started. High equity prices, which typically keep investors silent, are small solace for the country’s biggest chieftains. On Tuesday a group of investors sued the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over changes that make it harder for individual investors to call for corporate reforms read more . Yet a relatively small group of investors at Exxon won board seats last month, landing a blow to head Darren Woods .
Persons: Jonathan Ernst NEW, Donald Trump, Allison Herren Lee, Darren Woods, Jamie Dimon, Lauren Silva Laughlin, Gina Chon, Amanda Gomez Organizations: U.S . Securities, Exchange, SEC, REUTERS, Jonathan Ernst NEW YORK, Reuters, Exchange Commission, Exxon Mobil, JPMorgan, Exxon, Services, Emirates Locations: Washington, America, Singapore
Long before that, Kucinich was the so-called “Boy Mayor” of Cleveland — at 31, the youngest ever elected to the job in 1977. And now, at age 74, he aims to complete the circle with a bid to become Cleveland’s oldest mayor. "I love Cleveland," Kucinich said at his launch event, flanked by his wife, Elizabeth, and supporters holding his trademark yellow "Dennis!" Mayor Frank Jackson, who has held the title longer than anyone else, is stepping aside after 16 years. If he wins, Kucinich would qualify as Cleveland’s oldest mayor soon after taking office, surpassing Jackson, who is older by several days.
Persons: CLEVELAND — Dennis Kucinich, George W, Bush . Long, Kucinich, , Cleveland, Elizabeth, Frank Jackson, Jackson, Kevin Kelley, Sen, Sandra Williams, Basheer Jones, Justin Bibb, Zack Reed, Marcy Kaptur, Kaptur, Bernie Sanders, Richard Cordray Organizations: firebrand, of Peace, Cleveland —, Cleveland Police Department, City, Ohio Senate, Democratic Rep, Fox, Democratic, Ohio Locations: Cleveland, Cleveland’s, Toledo
Why the Mexico City Metro Collapsed
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( Natalie Kitroeff | Maria Abi-Habib | James Glanz | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +26 min
Why the Mexico City Metro Collapsed A Times investigation shows the serious construction flaws and political pressure behind a tragedy that threatens two of Mexico’s most prominent figures. Whatever the official investigations determine, the crash could carry immense consequences, not just for Mr. Ebrard and Mr. But some have refused the money and are suing the Mexico City metro system instead. The city cut the budget for the metro line almost immediately. “Today we have the honor of giving this public work to the people of Mexico City,” Mr. Ebrard said at the ceremony.
Persons: Tania Lezama Salgado, Nancy, Tania, jerking, Nancy —, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, , Marcelo Ebrard, Carlos Slim, Ebrard, Gary J, Klein, López Obrador, Alejandro Cegarra, Joel Ortega, , Moisés Poblanno, “ Marcelo, Slim, “ I’m, ” Antonio Gómez García, , Mr, Ortega, Jorge Gaviño, ” Mr, Janney, Donald O, Gómez García, Claudia Sheinbaum, Meghan Dhaliwal, Sheinbaum, López, wasn’t, Bernarda Salgado López, Ms, Salgado, Humberto Lezama, Carso, Ebrard’s, Enrique Horcasitas, Construction, Mario Alberto Ruiz, Francisco Bojorquez, Marcos Tapia Manjarrez, Ruiz Organizations: Mexico City Metro, Times, New York Times, Carso, Mexico City, Workers, The New York Times, Mr, The Times, National Academy of Engineering, Wiss, Elstner, Associated, The New York Times Company, Mexico City’s, Construction, ICA, Alstom, CAF, Bombardier, “ Bombardier, Legislative, Tren Locations: Mexico City, Leer, español, Mexico, Americas, Latin America, , Nancy, France, Spanish, Canada
‘Dave’ Season 2: How Lil Dicky Explores Suffering From Success
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Myles Tanzer | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Rapper and actor Dave Burd, better known as Lil Dicky, isn’t shy by any means, but the thought of people coming over to his house makes him very uncomfortable. Never hosted.”His anxious stance on hospitality is the kind of terrain explored on his show, Dave, which premiered on FXX in March of 2020 and starts airing its second season this month. Before the show’s first season, Burd had never worked on any TV show before and had never seriously acted. Dave Burd as Dave. In marathon virtual meetings, the show’s writers and Burd assembled to chart out the season’s stories.
Persons: Dave Burd, Lil Dicky, “ I’ve, , , Dave, Burd, Byron Cohen, FX, Benny Blanco, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Kanye, , Jeff Schaffer, Burd’s, Chris Brown, ’ ”, what’s Organizations: FXX, YouTube Locations: Los Angeles, Covid, Dave’s, Philadelphia, Burd
The ousted candidate’s votes get redistributed to the voters’ second choices. New York City’s primary will be the largest U.S. election to use ranked-choice voting, representing a major test for the method. In Oakland’s 2010 mayoral race, Don Perata led after the first round but didn’t have the majority of votes. Counting the votes We added your ballot to the votes cast by June 11 at 2:00 pm ET. See final results X% of the votes X votes Withof the votes wins!
Persons: candidate’s, London Breed, Breed, Michelle Bravo, Mark Leno Jane Kim Richie Greenberg Angela Alioto Amy Farah Weiss Ellen Lee Zhou, Antoine P, Don Perata, Jean Quan, Don Perata Terence Candell Greg Harland Don Macleay Jean Quan Arnold, Joe Tuman Marcie Hodge Larry Lionel, LL, Young Jr, Rebecca Kaplan, Mark, bagel, Rob Richie, Frederic Umane, — Sophie Warnes, Roque Ruiz, Juanje Organizations: New, San Francisco, London, Rogers, San Francisco Department, Oakland, Alameda County Time, NYC Board, New York, Republican, Alexa Corse Locations: U.S, New York, Francisco, Oakland, California, Alameda County, New York City, Roque.RuizGonzalez, alexa.corse
CLEVELAND — Former Rep. Jim Renacci said Wednesday that he will challenge Ohio Gov. "Ohio cannot afford for Mike DeWine to be the governor anymore," Renacci told the Cincinnati Enquirer in an interview. NBC News was first to report last month that Brad Parscale, one of Trump’s former campaign managers, was advising Renacci. Parscale recently traveled to Wadsworth, Ohio, where Renacci lives and used to be mayor, to film footage for a campaign launch. In a head-to-head match up, Renacci led DeWine 42 percent to 34 percent, inclusive of voters who leaned toward one candidate or the other.
Persons: Jim Renacci, Mike DeWine, Renacci, Donald Trump's, Trump's, Brad Parscale, Parscale, , He’s, DeWine, Joe Biden, Trump, Democratic Sen, Sherrod Brown, Tony Fabrizio, pollster, Joe Blystone, Ohioans, Blystone Organizations: CLEVELAND, Ohio Gov, Republican, Cincinnati Enquirer, NBC News, Senate, Medina County Republican Party, NBC, Democratic, Ohio GOP, GOP Locations: Ohio, DeWine, Wadsworth , Ohio, Medina County, exurban Cleveland, Columbus, Cleveland, Strongsville
Terry McAuliffe overwhelmingly won the Democratic nomination to return to his old job Tuesday, setting up a general election in November with Republican Glenn Youngkin. Jennifer Carroll Foy. But his victory was also a blow to some Democratic activists' hopes of electing McClellan or Carroll Foy as the country's first Black female governor. Carroll Foy ultimately won an endorsement from one of the groups, the Higher Heights for America PAC. Any concerns that McAuliffe stood in the way of history — he launched his bid after Carroll Foy and McClellan had been running for months — did not register enough to derail his campaign.
Persons: Terry McAuliffe, Republican Glenn Youngkin, Gov, Justin Fairfax, Del, Lee Carter, Sen, Jennifer McClellan, Jennifer Carroll Foy, McAuliffe, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Youngkin, Barack Obama's, Bill, Hillary Clinton, McClellan, Carroll Foy, excoriating McAuliffe, , Fairfax, George Floyd, Emmett Till Organizations: Virginia Gov, Democratic, Republican, Virginia Democratic Party, Democratic National Committee, Democracy for America, Working Families Party, America PAC, Virginians, Republicans Locations: Virginia
Lori Freeman, CEO of the county and city health officials group, told NBC News, "To use the politicization of Covid to drive legislative changes doesn’t bode well for our government or for our public health system to address public health emergencies in the future." In Ohio, for example, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine earned early, bipartisan praise for taking the pandemic seriously and aggressively issuing public health orders. In North Dakota, where Republican Gov. He vetoed another that would have required him to clear more hurdles when issuing public health orders affecting schools.
Persons: Laura Kelly, Lori Freeman, bode, Donald Trump, Mike DeWine, Dan Tierney, ” Tierney, , Sen, Niraj, Antani, Eric Holcomb, Holcomb, ” Holcomb, Doug Burgum, ” Burgum, Burgum, aren’t, Andrew Cuomo’s, Kelly, Spencer Cox, Ronald Winterton, , ‘ You’re, ’ ” Winterton, Cox, ” Winterton Organizations: National Conference of, Legislatures, Network for Public Health Law, National Association of County, City Health, Democratic, NBC, Republican, Republican Gov, GOP, Indiana Gov, Democratic Gov, Gov, Kansas House Locations: U.S, Indiana, North Dakota, Ohio, In Kansas, New York, Kansas, In Utah, Utah
This year’s Outsider Art Fair in New York took the form of an online event with in-person exhibitions at a handful of galleries. Next year, this fair, which typically takes place at the end of January, will open in early February at its usual Chelsea location. Now, the fair’s organizers have produced “Super-Rough,” a selection of some 200 sculptural works by an international roster of art brut and outsider artists, with Takashi Murakami as guest curator. The name “Super-Rough” plays on the term “super-flat” Murakami coined, even if it shares no allusions to traditional Japanese art forms’ actual flatness and sometimes accentuated two-dimensionality in pictorial space. And as the title suggests, “Super-Rough” will call attention to the power of the craftsmanship of self-taught sculptors.
Persons: Takashi Murakami, Murakami Locations: New York, Chelsea, SoHo
When New Yorkers vote in the city’s primaries in June, it will be the city’s first major use of a balloting system called ranked-choice voting. The process lets voters list up to five candidates in order of preference, instead of picking just one candidate. The ousted candidate’s votes get redistributed to the voters’ second choices. Ranked-choice voting has grown in popularity and has expanded to dozens of U.S. cities and some statewide elections, according to FairVote, an organization that promotes ranked-choice voting. New York City’s primary will be the largest U.S. election to use ranked-choice voting, representing a major test for the method.
Persons: candidate’s, London Breed, Breed Organizations: New, San Francisco, London Locations: U.S, New York, Francisco, Oakland, California
Mara Gomez made history in December when she became the first transgender woman to play professional soccer in Argentina. “I represent a breaking of the binary,” she told The Guardian soon after playing her first game. Before she could play, she had to convince the Argentine Football Association that she didn’t have a competitive advantage as a transgender woman. Soon after, Gomez played her first game with Villa San Carlos against fellow women’s soccer team Club Atlético Lanús. Gomez said she sees her ability to play professionally as a key part of making things better for Argentinian girls who want to play the game.
Persons: Mara Gomez, , Carlos —, Gomez, Lily, Organizations: Guardian, Villa, league —, Argentine Football Association, AFA, Villa San, Atlético, ESPN, Associated Press, AP, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Argentina, Berisso
Steve Bannon has a new MAGA megaphone, and Republicans eager to shine in a party still tethered to former President Donald Trump know it. With Fox News losing favor among Trump’s most diehard fans, "War Room" appears to be gaining steam as a safe space for the far right. Nevertheless, Bannon has had little trouble booking guests, from MAGA celebrities such as the MyPillow creator to veteran lawmakers and candidates. As multiple candidates in Ohio's GOP Senate primary seek to tie themselves closely to the former president, Bannon has welcomed former state party leader Jane Timken and former state treasurer Josh Mandel. "'War Room' is the tip of the spear of the MAGA movement," Greitens said in a statement provided by his campaign.
Persons: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, Bannon, Trump, It’s, Joe Biden, , MAGA, ” Bannon, he's, enders, Elise Stefanik, Liz Cheney, Eric Greitens, Bannon's, White, Steve, Jason Miller, Rush Limbaugh, Miller, Matt Gaetz, Kevin McCarthy, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Mike Lindell, Lindell, Govs, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp of, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Peter Navarro, Roy Moore, Mo Brooks, Brooks, Moore, Doug Jones, Sean Parnell, Parnell, Jeff Bartos, Ilhan Omar, Lou Barletta, President Trump, Barletta, Kristen Bennett, Jane Timken, Josh Mandel, He’s, Vance, Timken, Mandel, Scott Guthrie, Josh, suburbanites, Greitens, Trump's, I’m, Bauer, QAnon Organizations: Breitbart News, Trump's, Fox News, Real America’s Voice, NBC, GOP, Republican, YouTube, Trump, House Republican Conference, Senate, Holocaust, Republican Governors Association, Republicans, Republican Party, Trump White House, Pittsburgh’s NPR, Democratic, Major League Baseball, University of Alabama, Marvel Locations: Wuhan, China, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Arizona, Brian Kemp of Georgia, , Alabama, United States, America
Cool and composed Bernal claims victory in Giro d'Italia
  + stars: | 2021-05-30 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Cycling - Giro d'Italia - Stage 21 - Senago to Milan, Italy - May 30, 2021 Ineos Grenadiers rider Egan Arley Bernal Gomez of Colombia celebrates winning the Giro d'Italia after the time trial REUTERS/Jennifer LorenziniColombia's Egan Bernal won the Giro d'Italia on Sunday, keeping his composure throughout a tough final week to claim his second grand-tour victory with a ruthlessly efficient performance. I have just won a Giro d'Italia. I have no words after what happened in these two years," said Bernal. Next up for Bernal may be the Olympics road race, although he said this week he was not sure if he would be going to Tokyo. He could then take part in the Vuelta and even if Briton Adam Yates -- Simon's twin brother -- is the Ineos-Grenadiers' team leader, Bernal could complete a grand-tour treble there.
Persons: Egan Arley Bernal Gomez, Jennifer Lorenzini Colombia's Egan Bernal, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Italian Damiano Caruso, Filippo Ganna, Ineos, Bernal, Briton Simon Yates, Dani Martinez, Caruso, Nairo Quintana, Jacques Anquetil, Felice Gimondi, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault, Alberto Contador, Vincenzo Nibali, Chris Froome, Briton Adam Yates, Contador Organizations: Ineos, Colombia, Grenadiers, de France, Campo Felice, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Thomson Locations: Milan, Italy, Bahrain, Colombian, Tokyo
The nine Guatemalans were kidnapped and murdered 2,200 kilometers away, in Tamaulipas, Mexico. The coyote told them that the journey was safe. He told her that the group was near the border with the United States, in Reynosa, in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. The San Pedro Pinula Cemetery where the nine Guatemalan migrants killed in Tamaulipas, Mexico, are buried. The migrants' relatives said their country's government didn't help.
Persons: PEDRO, Guadalupe, Juan Francisco Salguero, Salguero, San Pedro Pinula, Emiliano Nájera, Gustavo Nájera, José Ronaldo Morales, Maximinio Gómez, Melvin Mateo, Edgar Amilcar Arias Segura, Pedro Gómez, Silvestre Pérez, Benjamín, Gustavo, He'd, ” Benjamín, San Luis Jilotepeque, Marcos, Lorena Morales, José Ronaldo, , , Lorena, Marta, ” Morales, Carolina Nájera, Juan Francisco, Juan Francisco's, Weeks, Gustavo Nájera's, Morales, Lagos de, Pedro Pinula, Santos Cruz Gómez Castro, Carlos Roberto Mejía Sánchez, Iris Teresa Reyes Rubí, Ramón Edgardo Vásquez Díaz, , Benjamín Nájera, hadn't, FJDRL's Organizations: Virgin, Telemundo Investiga, Noticias Telemundo Investiga, U.S, Mexican, Mexican Federation of Public Human Rights, U.S . Department of State, Tamaulipas Public Ministry, Forensic Medical Service, Foundation for Justice, Democratic State of Law, Forensics, Pedro Pinula, Telemundo, Democratic, of Law, Noticias Telemundo, Guatemalan Embassy, United, Zetas, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Guatemala, Carolina, San Pedro, Jalapa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, Güemez, United States, San Luis, U.S, Reynosa, San Fernando, Rio Grande, San, Guanajuato, Lagos, Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, Guatemalan, Mexican, Syria, Iraq, Pedro, El, Ciudad Victoria, Argentine, Ayotzinapa, Iguala, Mexico City, Gulf, Veracruz, Tabasco, Fernando, Central, South America, Cadereyta, Nuevo León, Honduran
Ariana Grande shares photos from her wedding at home
  + stars: | 2021-05-27 | by ( Marianne Garvey | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.95   time to read: 1 min
(CNN) Ariana Grande has shared a glimpse into her intimate wedding to real estate agent Dalton Gomez earlier this month. She took to Instagram with photos of the big day, captioning it, "5.15.21," including photos of herself in a Vera Wang wedding dress and kissing Gomez, who wore a Tom Ford suit. The two were married in an at-home Montecito, California ceremony, and according to Vogue , Grande walked down the aisle accompanied by her parents Joan Grande and Ed Butera. The couple's home was decorated with candles and flower petals hanging from the ceiling. Grande also showed herself getting ready for the ceremony, where fellow celebrities left sweet comments.
Persons: Ariana Grande, Dalton Gomez, Vera Wang, Gomez, Tom Ford, Grande, Joan Grande, Ed Butera, Read Organizations: CNN, Vogue Locations: Montecito , California
There are tax proposals that would upend estate planning for the wealthy. Most worrying is a proposal that would repeal step-up in basis, a major tax loophole that benefits the wealthy. Thanks to the tax act that former President Donald Trump passed in 2017, a taxpayer can gift or bequeath $11.7 million in their lifetime before the estate tax of 40% kicks in. I suspect there will be some horse-trading within the Democratic Caucus around those specific provisions, and the estate tax is probably going to be one of those." "To make it an event that happens at death, which is not voluntary, is quite a change from our historical tax policy."
Persons: Michael Roberts, Roberts, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Jimmy Gomez, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Mark Warner, Joe Manchin, Kyrsten, hasn't Organizations: Democratic, Arden Trust Company, Democratic Caucus, American, University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, American Families, Capital Locations: Atlanta, Virginia, West Virginia, Arizona
The Central California Town That Keeps Sinking
  + stars: | 2021-05-25 | by ( Lois Henry | Ryan Christopher Jones | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.93   time to read: +2 min
“It’s a risk for us,” said Mary Gonzales-Gomez, a lifelong Corcoran resident and chairwoman of the Kings County Board of Education. And I don’t want to move.”An altered landscapeIt is known as the Corcoran Bowl — an area amid the agricultural fields in and near Kings County that stretches at times up to 60 miles. The bowl is the region of deep sinkage in the land, with Corcoran at the center — a sinkhole at a snail’s pace. Jay Famiglietti helped identify the Corcoran Bowl, although for much of his career he worked for an agency focused more on what is in outer space than what is beneath the ground. He is a former senior scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the research center in Southern California known for aiding planetary exploration missions.
Persons: Corcoran, , Mary Gonzales, Gomez, Jay Famiglietti Organizations: San, Houston -, Corcoran, Kings County Board of Education, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA Locations: Northern California, San Joaquin Valley, Texas, Houston, Houston - Galveston, Arizona , Louisiana, New Jersey, Mexico City, Venice, ag, Central California, Corcoran, Kings County, Southern California, San Joaquin
Gonzalez already faces two primary challengers — including a former Trump White House aide endorsed by the former president — over his votes on both. “Sometimes when I hear us talk about the state of our party, we talk as if we somehow won an election,” Gonzalez said. “The reality inside our party is people do feel differently about President Trump,” Gonzalez replied. But Gonzlez’s primary challengers have taken to branding him a RINO, or Republican In Name Only, for his pushback against Trump’s election lies. “I look forward to earning the support of this district and fighting to advance President Trump’s America First agenda.”Asked by Moulthrop if all of the GOP friction could yield a new party, Gonzalez downplayed the suggestion.
Persons: Anthony Gonzalez, Donald Trump, , ” Gonzalez, it’s, Gonzalez, Trump, , Liz Cheney, Dan Moulthrop, you’re, Moulthrop, “ Anthony Gonzalez, he’s, ” Max Miller, Trump’s, “ I’m, Organizations: CLEVELAND —, Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio, Senate, House, City Club of Cleveland, NFL, Congressional, Republicans, Capitol, Trump White House, Ohio Republican, City Club, Republican, GOP, Trump Locations: Anthony Gonzalez of, Wyoming, Cleveland, Trump’s America
Teammates and Opponents Support Him. His Manager? Not So Much.
  + stars: | 2021-05-21 | by ( James Wagner | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.83   time to read: +1 min
Throughout his 13-year major-league career, Carlos Gomez played with a certain style and exuberance that, on several occasions, rubbed his opponents the wrong way. He admired his home runs (and triples) — even those that didn’t win games — by dropping his bat or throwing his arms into the air. As a rookie with the Mets in 2007, he watched and learned from stars like Carlos Delgado, Moises Alou, Carlos Beltran and Julio Franco. And, according to Gomez, he saw them swing at a pitches on a 3-0 count in close games but never in lopsided ones. It’s a subject that Chicago White Sox Manager Tony La Russa, who recently admitted he didn’t know the written rules for extra innings, knows about well.
Persons: Carlos Gomez, , It’s, Gomez, Carlos Delgado, Moises Alou, Carlos Beltran, Julio Franco, ” Gomez, Tony La Russa, didn’t Organizations: Mets, Chicago White Sox Locations: Dominican Republic
In Texas, public universities can’t require a vaccination, but private ones can. In New York, public universities cannot allow for religious exemptions, while a majority of the state’s private universities can. Arizona is the only state that voted for President Joe Biden that does not require students to get vaccinated. Maine’s Bowdoin College, where Covid-19 vaccination is required, is only offering students medical exemptions. Guidance ... TBDSandwiched between broad mandates to get a Covid-19 vaccination and states banning such mandates are schools with no direction at all.
Persons: unmotivated, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Lorine Najjar, , Ron DeSantis, Charles Zelden, ” Zelden, Aliyah Gomez, ” Gomez, I’m, Patricia Kuszler, Kuszler, Greg Abbott, Edwards, , ” KK, ” Villarreal, “ I’d, Eric Feldman, ” Feldman, deliberates, , Suzanne Judd, Judd, Feldman Organizations: NBC, University of Colorado, Nova Southeastern University, Florida Gov, Republican, Nova Southeastern, , University of Washington’s Center for Law, Science, Global Health, Food and Drug Administration, University of Texas, Gov, Edward’s University, ” KK Villarreal, Austin, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, , Bowdoin College, Bowdoin, NBC News, University of California, California State University, FDA, University of Alabama, UAB, NBC LX, UAB’s School of Public Health, University of Pennsylvania Locations: U.S, Texas, Massachusetts, New York, Hawaii, Alabama, Florida, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, University of Colorado Denver, Wyoming, Fort Lauderdale , Florida, Nova Southeastern, ” Nova Southeastern, States, Austin, St, New Jersey, Washington, California, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham
Inflation Rate Calculator: Customize Your Own Consumer-Price Index
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( Ana Rivas | Juanje Gomez | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
The Labor Department reported last week that its consumer-price index jumped 4.2% in April from a year earlier. The inflation rate peaked in April 1980 at 14.76%. The inflation rate you experience depends on what you want to buy. And while the index is updated monthly, the factors used in determining how households spend money is updated once a year. Using credit and debit card transaction information, researchers at Harvard University, recalculated the inflation rate for the Covid-era consumer.
Organizations: Labor Department, Federal, of Labor Statistics, Harvard University Locations: U.S
Mark McCloskey, the St. Louis lawyer known for brandishing a rifle at Black Lives Matter protesters outside his home last year, announced his run for the Senate in Missouri on Tuesday. McCloskey, a Republican, announced his candidacy on Tucker Carlson's Fox News program. He has tapped Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Trump campaign aide who is Donald Trump Jr.'s partner, as a national campaign chair. Their actions made them heroes in some GOP circles and earned them a speaking slot at Trump's Republican National Convention. Democrats in Missouri have struggled in recent statewide elections, but they see an opportunity in next year's Senate election, particularly if Republicans nominate the baggage-laden Greitens.
Persons: Mark McCloskey, Louis, McCloskey, Tucker Carlson's, I've, Carlson, Donald Trump, 8N8o1yxN6C, — Mark McCloskey, Eric Schmitt, Eric Greitens, Republican Sen, Roy Blunt, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr, Trump, Steve Bannon, Patricia, George Floyd, Mike Parson Organizations: Senate, Republican, Tucker Carlson's Fox News, D.C, GOP, Fox News, Trump, Trump's Republican National Convention, Gov Locations: Missouri, Greitens, Minneapolis
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