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VioletaStoimenova | E+ | Getty ImagesOccasionally, a financial advisor grabs national attention by swindling clients out of millions, evading arrest via a bizarre escape plan or, sometimes, both. Luckily, there are ways investors can guard against high-profile cons or more under-the-radar criminality, according to financial experts. "These guys are very convincing in a very complicated area: investments," said Andrew Stoltmann, a Chicago-based attorney who represents consumers in fraud cases. Stephen Chernin | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesSome have gone so far as trying to fake their own death. 'Always a first victim'However, just because these red flags aren't initially present doesn't mean consumers should let their guard down.
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Covid-19 Updates: Los Angeles County Bans Private Gatherings of Multiple Households U.S. hospitals, with dwindling staff, have been pushed to the brink. Los Angeles County officials have been gradually tightening health restrictions, though not yet to the shutdown levels imposed early in the pandemic. The Times analysis has uncovered more than 724,000 coronavirus cases infecting people at some 27,000 long-term care facilities. — Alex Lemonides, Jordan Allen, Alex Leeds Matthews andBritain moves to quickly approve a coronavirus vaccine with unclear test results. A researcher in a laboratory at the Jenner Institute in Oxford, England, working on the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.
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In the week before Thanksgiving, Poteaux had nearly 100 preorders for Thanksgiving meals, which cost $89 for two people and $169 for four people. For people who want to skip the traditional turkey, there’s also an Angus beef option. “We have sold more whole smoked turkeys this year than last,” Baran told NBC News. For $60, the meal feeds two people and offers all of the traditional Thanksgiving fare, without the time spent cooking and cleaning up. “It's just going to be the two of us at our apartment in Boston, and neither of us have our hearts set on the traditional Thanksgiving fare.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: Americans Gather for Thanksgiving at a Moment of National Peril The shadow of the pandemic hangs over the holiday, as President-elect Joe Biden urges the U.S. to “hang on.” The Supreme Court blocked coronavirus restrictions on religious services in New York. Credit... Tom Lynn for The New York Times Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday with the pandemic at perhaps its most precarious point yet. Coronavirus cases in the United States have reached record highs, with an average of more than 176,000 a day over the past week. I understand.” —Advertisement Continue reading the main storyMarching on, Macy’s and NBC prepare a one-block Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. To control the spread of the coronavirus, state rules limit attendance at the stadium to half its capacity of more than 100,000, and no game has approached that limit.
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This year’s holiday shopping season is expected to bring in record sales — forcing many retail workers to the front lines of the pandemic, often without hazard pay, despite another surge of coronavirus infections. “Retail workers experience heightened stress and pressure during the holiday season, even in normal times. While this might come as good news for brick-and-mortar stores that have been crushed by the pandemic, retail workers are nervous about the potential onslaught of eager shoppers — many of whom don’t always follow social distancing and mask rules. But among those companies, workers received an average increase in pay of just $1.11 per hour since the pandemic began. “They’re not worried about safety.”Many retail workers say they have no choice but to risk getting sick.
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With US in Covid-19 panic, Georgia GOP Sen. Perdue saw stock opportunity
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., who is running for reelection, speaks during a campaign event at Peachtree Dekalb Airport in Atlanta, Ga., on Monday, November 2, 2020. But for Sen. David Perdue, a Georgia Republican, the crisis last March signaled something else: a stock buying opportunity. The Cardlytics transactions were just a slice of a large number of investment decisions made in the early days of the pandemic by Perdue and other senators. "The bi-partisan Senate Ethics Committee, DOJ and SEC all independently and swiftly cleared Senator Perdue months ago, which was reported on," Burke said. Isakson, who served with Perdue, took steps to avoid the type of scrutiny Perdue is now facing.
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There's a wide variety of business podcasts out there, making it hard to figure out which ones are worth a listen. Business Insider asked professors, successful MBA grads, CEOs, and other thought leaders what their favorite podcasts are, and compiled a list of 24 picks. She added that since the Safe For Work podcasts are about 20 to 25 minutes in length, they're "perfect for a morning commute." "The topics are wide ranging and foster the most important thing missing from MBA school — internal mindset," Bolander said. "Although there is no perfect substitute for the overall MBA experience, I listen to 'Masters in Business,'" Polzin said.
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Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg endorses former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden at Chicken Scratch in Dallas, Texas, U.S., March 2, 2020. It is not the first time that Buttigieg reference to how some parts of the Bible say “life begins with breath” has been misleadingly reported. In the interview referenced, Pete Buttigieg did not claim “Bible says babies can be aborted ‘up to their first breath’”. He said it was possible to reach different conclusions from the Bible about where life begins. This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team.
Persons: Pete Buttigieg, Buttigieg, , Joe Biden, Elizabeth Frantz, Buttgieg, , you’ve, Buttigieg’s, Roe, Wade, 19,2020, Read Organizations: Democratic, U.S, REUTERS, Rolling Stone Magazine, Reuters Locations: South Bend , Indiana, Dallas , Texas, U.S
In mid-June, Connecticut began requiring weekly Covid-19 tests for all nursing home staff members and residents and funded all the testing. But nursing homes across the country are still reporting shortages of protective equipment and testing delays. Nearly a third of all nursing homes said they had to wait three to seven days to receive Covid-19 test results. Do you have a tip to share about how the coronavirus is affecting nursing homes? One in 5 nursing homes across the U.S. report shortages of aides, and 17 percent have shortages of nurses, according to the latest federal data.
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WASHINGTON — Pennsylvania certified its election results Tuesday for President-elect Joe Biden, solidifying Biden’s victory and dealing yet another blow to President Donald Trump’s efforts to block the results. In total, 3,458,229 votes were certified for Biden and 3,377,674 were certified for Trump. Pennsylvania was expected to certify its election results Monday, but a few counties in the state reported delays. "Trump did everything he could to disenfranchise voters and stop the results from being certified in Pennsylvania," Biden campaign’s legal adviser Bob Bauer said in a statement Tuesday. Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico and the District of Columbia, all states won by Biden, are also expected to certify their results on Tuesday.
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Thanksgiving is all about tradition, but this year tradition looks a little different for turkey farmers. Over 46 million turkeys are eaten at Thanksgiving, the National Turkey Federation estimates, mostly from large-scale integrators, which pay farmers to raise birds for them on contract. Outbreaks at meat and poultry processing plants, including a small turkey processing plant in Indiana, have forced larger companies to slow production and implement new safety measures. The Butterball turkey processing plant in Carthage, Mo. But for the most part, if it's Thanksgiving, there's a turkey on the table, even if fewer people are around it.
Persons: Aaron Bell, Bell, Rebecca Welch, Terra Fondriest, Foster, Michael Lilburn, John King, Jamie Ager, Ager, Scott Greaney, It's, it's, John Kinnear, Kinnear Organizations: Nielsen, National Turkey Federation, The Washington Post, Hormel, Perdue, Ohio State University, Virginia Poultry Growers Cooperative, Costco, NBC Locations: Edmunds , Maine, Indiana, Carthage, Mo, Hickory, Fairview , North Carolina, Salt Lake City
Electronic or paper poll books are used to check if a voter is registered to vote at a particular location. Increasing numbers of states already use a version of such digital poll books, but there needs to be a national standard for their certification and security, along with national funding. Even with a system that’s expected to work well, we need to know that it has worked well. That’s why we should have risk-limiting audits after each election after the counting is complete but before the result is certified. In such audits, a small number of randomly selected ballots are examined and compared with the already reported results.
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Students who opt for a residential experience must follow strict public health guidelines, including wearing a mask, social distancing, and regularly getting tested. Most social gatherings will be prohibited, students will not be allowed to host visitors, and traveling will be restricted, according to Eisgruber. "We will continue to monitor developments related to the pandemic, including public health guidance and state regulations." "Based on their representations, the foreign government allegedly wired the funds to complete the purchase," the statement from Patrick's office said. (Facilities report suspected cases when residents exhibit Covid-19 symptoms but have yet to receive positive test results.)
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SEE NEW POSTSPrinceton University welcomes all students back to campus for Spring 2021 Princeton University announced Tuesday that the school was welcoming both undergraduate and graduate students back to campus next year for the spring semester. Students who opt for a residential experience must follow strict public health guidelines, including wearing a mask, social distancing, and regularly getting tested. Most social gatherings will be prohibited, students will not be allowed to host visitors, and traveling will be restricted, according to Eisgruber. "Based on their representations, the foreign government allegedly wired the funds to complete the purchase," the statement from Patrick's office said. The delays come as many people are seeking Covid-19 tests ahead of Thanksgiving.
Persons: Christopher Eisgruber, Eisgruber, Paschal Ngozi Eleanya, Arael Doolittle, Ryan K, Patrick, Doolittle, Regeneron, Eli Lilly, Gerardo Gutierrez, Michael Levine, , Biden, Erica Schwartz, Joe Biden’s, Schwartz …, Alex Azar, Organizations: Princeton University, Spring, U.S, Attorney, Southern, Southern District of Texas, 3M, Authorities, Food and Drug Administration, Miami Beach, NBC, Trump Administration, White, Biden, , Human, General Services Administration, Monday, Covid, Quest Diagnostics Locations: Texas, Houston, Southern District, U.S, United States, Covid, Midwest, Illinois , Ohio , Missouri , Indiana , Wisconsin, Iowa
Texas men charged with trying to sell 50 million nonexistent N95 masks
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
SEE NEW POSTSTexas men charged with trying to sell 50 million nonexistent N95 masks Two Houston-area men have been charged with attempting to sell 50 million nonexistent N95 masks to a foreign government, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Texas. Share this -TikToker goes viral for sharing AstraZeneca vaccine trial experience Last week, Ashley Locke, a Tennessee-based TikTok user, posted a video of herself participating in the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine trial. In subsequent videos posted to her account, Locke answers viewers' questions about the vaccine trial and describes her check-ins with the trial's doctors. The videos have not only given people a window into what it's like to be a part of a Covid-19 vaccine trial — they've also encouraged others to join. They said those signing up say they heard about the trial through social media, with some specifically citing TikTok.
Persons: Paschal Ngozi Eleanya, Arael Doolittle, Ryan K, Patrick, Doolittle, Regeneron, Eli Lilly, Gerardo Gutierrez, Michael Levine, , Biden, Erica Schwartz, Joe Biden’s, Schwartz …, Alex Azar, , Ashley Locke, it’s, Locke, ike, ince, haring Organizations: U.S, Attorney, Southern, Southern District of Texas, 3M, Authorities, Food and Drug Administration, Miami Beach, NBC, Trump Administration, White, Biden, , Human, General Services Administration, Monday, Covid, Quest Diagnostics, AstraZeneca, NBC News, nashville Locations: Texas, Houston, Southern District, U.S, United States, Covid, Midwest, Illinois , Ohio , Missouri , Indiana , Wisconsin, Iowa, Tennessee
ET Covid-19 Live Updates: Thanksgiving Travel Drops as Americans Rethink Rituals The leader of France says the country is past the peak of the second wave. Federal health officials have said the first Americans will start getting vaccinated within 24 hours of an authorization being issued. Thousands attended an ultra-Orthodox wedding in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Nov. 8 that flouted health restrictions intended to stop the spread of the virus. The country has recorded a total of 5,200 coronavirus cases, according to a New York Times database. A volunteer received a trial coronavirus vaccine at a hospital in Moscow in September.
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Students who opt for a residential experience must follow strict public health guidelines, including wearing a mask, social distancing, and regularly getting tested. Most social gatherings will be prohibited, students will not be allowed to host visitors, and traveling will be restricted, according to Eisgruber. "Based on their representations, the foreign government allegedly wired the funds to complete the purchase," the statement from Patrick's office said. The figure does not include outbreaks at assisted living facilities, which the federal government does not track. (Facilities report suspected cases when residents exhibit Covid-19 symptoms but have yet to receive positive test results.)
Persons: Kristin Chirico, Jorn, , Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico, , ” Chirico, Steve Chirico, Christopher Eisgruber, Eisgruber, Paschal Ngozi Eleanya, Arael Doolittle, Ryan K, Patrick, Doolittle, Regeneron, Eli Lilly, Gerardo Gutierrez, Michael Levine Organizations: Naperville Mayor, Princeton University, Spring, U.S, Attorney, Southern, Southern District of Texas, 3M, Authorities, Food and Drug Administration, Miami Beach, NBC Locations: Illinois, Florida, Naperville, Texas, Houston, Southern District, U.S, United States, Covid, Midwest, Illinois , Ohio , Missouri , Indiana , Wisconsin, Iowa
SEE NEW POSTSYouTuber niece of Illinois mayor criticizes uncle for attending wedding amid Covid-19 surge The internet celebrity niece of an Illinois mayor criticized her uncle on Sunday for attending a family wedding in Florida. Most social gatherings will be prohibited, students will not be allowed to host visitors, and traveling will be restricted, according to Eisgruber. "Based on their representations, the foreign government allegedly wired the funds to complete the purchase," the statement from Patrick's office said. More than 1,300 nursing homes across the U.S. reported having three or more confirmed Covid-19 cases during the first week of November — the highest number ever reported in a single week, according to an NBC News analysis of federal data. (Facilities report suspected cases when residents exhibit Covid-19 symptoms but have yet to receive positive test results.)
Persons: Kristin Chirico, Jorn, , Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico, , ” Chirico, Steve Chirico, Christopher Eisgruber, Eisgruber, Paschal Ngozi Eleanya, Arael Doolittle, Ryan K, Patrick, Doolittle, Regeneron, Eli Lilly, Gerardo Gutierrez, Michael Levine, Biden, Erica Schwartz, Joe Biden’s, Schwartz …, Alex Azar Organizations: Naperville Mayor, Princeton University, Spring, U.S, Attorney, Southern, Southern District of Texas, 3M, Authorities, Food and Drug Administration, Miami Beach, NBC, Trump Administration, White, Biden, , Human, General Services Administration, Monday Locations: Illinois, Florida, Naperville, Texas, Houston, Southern District, U.S, United States, Covid, Midwest, Illinois , Ohio , Missouri , Indiana , Wisconsin, Iowa
CHICAGO (Reuters) - All summer, Greg Gunthorp slaughtered and froze 15- to 24-pound turkeys on his northeastern Indiana farm for Thanksgiving sales to retailers, restaurants and families across the Midwest. As a last-minute shift toward small-scale celebrations upends demand for the star of Thanksgiving tables, turkey producers and retailers are scrambling to fill orders for lightweight birds and partial cuts. About 70% are planning a Thanksgiving with fewer than six people, compared with 48% last year. That cuts the average cost of a Thanksgiving meal for 10 people by 4% to $46.90, Farm Bureau said. Normally, three times as many of her family members gather to gobble up two 20-pound turkeys cooked at home.
Persons: Greg Gunthorp, Emily Elconin, ” Gunthorp, Gunthorp, Nielson, , Beth Breeding, Nate Rempe, Rempe, Butterball, Al Jansen, Joseph Llobrera, Tracy Hostetler, Anh Nguyen, , Nguyen Organizations: CHICAGO, REUTERS, Suppliers, U.S . Department of Agriculture, National Turkey Federation, Retailers, American Farm Bureau Federation, Farm Bureau, Census, Budget, Perdue Farms Locations: Indiana, LaGrange , Indiana , Michigan, U.S, Los Angeles, Nebraska, Omaha, Houston
Lin Yunlong | Zhejiang Daily | ReutersBEIJING — China is set to remain a key player in global supply chains, thanks to a combination of factors ranging from the coronavirus pandemic to new trade agreements. "These, if signed, would mark another move for China to mitigate risks from slowbalization, and sustain its advantages in global supply chains," the authors wrote, referring to a term for a slowdown in the integration of different economies. Coronavirus hits supply chainsChina has been a global manufacturing hub for decades, with exports driving the bulk of its economic growth. Zhu expects that rather than considering the lowest-cost option for labor-intensive manufacturing, companies will turn more to capital-intensive production. This trend, she said, will help China increase its competitive edge in high tech.
Persons: Lin Yunlong, Michael Hirson, Hirson, Morgan Stanley's, Robin Xing, Zhu Caihua, Min, Zhu, Min Wanli, Megvii, Ted Hornbein, Rea, Hornbein Organizations: Zhejiang Daily, Reuters, Comprehensive Economic, Eurasia Group, European Union, Ministry of Commerce's Institute of Foreign Trade Research, Min Wanli, North Summit Capital, Tech, East Tech West Locations: Huzhou, Zhejiang province, China, Zhejiang, Reuters BEIJING, Asia, Northeast Asia, Japan, South Korea, European, slowbalization, Covid, Nansha, Guangzhou, Beijing, Indiana
Carl Bernstein named 21 Republican senators who he says have privately expressed "extreme contempt" for President Donald Trump. Bernstein, one of the Watergate journalists, said the senators have "have repeatedly expressed extreme contempt for Trump & his fitness to be POTUS." Legendary reporter Carl Bernstein has published a list of 21 Republican senators who he says have privately expressed "extreme contempt" for President Donald Trump but won't express it publicly. Despite Trump's protests, some Republican senators have acknowledged Joe Biden as the president-elect. These include five of the Republican senators listed by Bernstein: Romney, Rubio, Murkowski, Toomey, and Collins.
Persons: Carl Bernstein, Donald Trump, Bernstein, Joe Biden's, Richard Nixon, Trump, baselessly, craven, Rob Portman, Lamar Alexander, Ben Sasse, Roy Blunt, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, John Cornyn, John Thune, Mitt Romney, Mike Braun, Todd Young, Tim Scott, Rick Scott, Marco Rubio, Chuck Grassley, Richard Burr, Pat Toomey, Martha McSally, Jerry Moran, Pat Roberts, Richard Shelby, Joe Biden, Romney, Rubio, Murkowski, Toomey, Collins, Donald Trump's Organizations: Trump, CNN, White, Republicans, Republican Locations: Ohio, Tennessee, Ben Sasse ( Nebraska, Missouri, Maine, Alaska, John Cornyn ( Texas, South Dakota, Utah, Indiana, South Carolina, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Kansas, Alabama, United States
China just launched a mission to the moon that aims to collect lunar rocks and bring them back to Earth. If successful, the mission will be the first time a nation has retrieved moon rocks in over 40 years. But nobody has collected any new moon rocks for more than 40 years. NASAAssuming the landing is successful, the lander will then have just one lunar day — the equivalent of 14 Earth days — to collect the lunar samples. So far, scientists have only been able to study moon-rock samples from lunar regions that are 3 billion years old or more.
Persons: David S, Draper, it's, David Woods, Xiao Long, Clive Neal Organizations: Space Administration, NASA, New York Times, US, Soviet, China University of Geosciences, University of Notre Dame, Mars Locations: China, Soviet Union, Hainan, Inner Mongolia, Rümker, Wuhan, Indiana
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
(Reuters) - The United States recorded its 12th million COVID-19 case on Saturday, even as millions of Americans were expected to travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring warnings from health officials about furthering the spread of the infectious disease. Reuters data shows the pace of new U.S. infections has quickened, with nearly one million more cases recorded in just the last 6 days before the latest record. This compares with the 8 days it took to get from 10 million cases to 11 million, and the 10 days it took to get from 9 million to 10 million. Friday marked another milestone in the United States as the highest number of new COVID-19 cases was reported - 196,815 infections in a day. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has issued a “strong recommendation” to Americans to refrain from all kinds of travel over Thanksgiving.
Persons: Lisa Farbstein, Paula Twidale, , “ We’re, Henry Walke, J.B, Pritzker Organizations: Reuters, United, Midwest, Transportation Security Administration, Twitter, Lines, TSA, WGN, American Automobile Association, ” AAA, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Pfizer Inc, Pfizer Locations: United States, U.S, Sky Harbor, Phoenix , Arizona, Chicago O’Hare, Wisconsin , Minnesota , Illinois , Ohio , Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, ” Illinois
Fender sales boom as guitar playing surges during the pandemic
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Bob Woods | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
Fender Musical Instruments' CEO Andy Mooney says a boom in guitar sales is happening during the coronavirus pandemic. Guitar sales explode during pandemicAs much pain as the pandemic initially inflicted upon Fender, the virus has also produced a balm. Plus, it had ample inventory to support the flood of online sales among its U.S. network of about 1,000 authorized dealers. "In fact, we expect that one of our hottest deals of the holidays will be a Guitar Center exclusive entry-level Fender Guitar Pack," featuring a Squier Stratocaster electric guitar and Frontman amp for $220. In fact, we expect that one of our hottest deals of the holidays will be a Guitar Center exclusive entry-level Fender Guitar Pack.
Persons: Andy Mooney, Henry Diltz, Mooney, — Fender, Mike Clem, Leo Fender, Buddy Holly, Dick Dale, Bonnie Raitt, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Eddie Van Halen, Susan Tedeschi, John Mayer, Michael Doyle, Doyle, , Evan Jones, Fender's, Jones, Fender, Wieden, Kennedy, Justin Norvell, Norvell, Ed Magee, Rodgers, Bernard Edwards, Hall of Famer Nile Rodgers, Katie Pruitt, Pruitt, Michael Weintrob Organizations: Musical Instruments Corp, CNBC, Fender, Sweetwater, Walmart, Target, Guitar, Center, Guitar Center, Quiksilver, Disney, Nike, Hall of Famer, Belmont University, American Locations: Corona , California, Ensenada, Mexico, Scottsdale , Arizona, Hollywood, L.A, Long Island, Corona, Japan, Southeast Asia, Fort Wayne , Indiana, Thomann, Germany, Sweetwater, Fullerton , California, Westlake Village , California, Hialeah , Florida, Westport , Connecticut, Atlanta, Nashville
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