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On Tuesday, U.S. News & World Report released its eighth annual ranking of the best global universities around the world. The 2022 ranking assesses 1,750 institutions from more than 90 countries across 13 different metrics, including research reputation, faculty publications and international collaboration. "The Best Global Universities feature an overall ranking of more than 1,700 universities, as well as subject rankings of additional 255 universities, for a total of 2,005 schools, providing even more information for prospective students interested in schools where research is a top priority." The University of Cape Town was named the best institution in Africa, Tsinghua University in Beijing, China was named the best institution in Asia, The University of Melbourne was named the best institution in Australia and The Universidade de São Paulo was named the best institution in Latin America. Here are the top 10 best overall global universities of 2022, according to U.S. News:
Persons: Robert Morse, Paulo Organizations: . News, U.S . News, University of Washington, Cambridge University, California Institute of Technology, University of Cape, Tsinghua University, The University of Melbourne Locations: United States, Seattle, University of Cape Town, Africa, Beijing, China, Asia, Australia, Universidade, Latin America, U.S
A bird flies near the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) secretariat building, ahead of the ASEAN leaders' meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 23, 2021. REUTERS/Willy KurniawanBANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Oct 26 (Reuters) - A summit of Southeast Asian leaders got underway on Tuesday without a Myanmar representative, after its junta leader was excluded for failure to follow a regional peace deal and the ruling military refused to send junior representation. Neither Brunei, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) chair, nor the bloc's secretary-general made a mention of the no-show in opening remarks at the virtual meeting. Brunei had said the bloc would invite a non-political representative from Myanmar, but there was no confirmation of this by the opening of the summit. In deciding to sideline the Myanmar junta boss, ASEAN cited his failure to make steps to end hostilities, initiate dialogue, allow humanitarian support and grant a special envoy full access in the country.
Persons: Willy Kurniawan BANDAR, BEGAWAN, Min Aung Hlaing, Joe Biden, Suu Kyi's, Michael Vatikiotis, Bandar Seri Begawan, Tom Allart, Kay Johnson, Michael Perry Organizations: Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, REUTERS, Assistance Association for Political, National Unity Government, EU, Ain, Thomson Locations: Jakarta, Indonesia, Myanmar, Brunei, U.S, United States, China, South Korea, ASEAN, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Asia, Geneva, Bandar Seri
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and David Attenborough speak with school children during a conference about the COP26 UN Climate Summit, at the Science Museum in London, Britain February 4, 2020. Britain has cast the United Nations COP26 climate conference which begins in Glasgow on Oct. 31 as the last big chance to slow rising temperatures, and hopes to persuade leaders to adopt tougher climate targets. "Every day that goes by in which we don't do something about it is a day wasted," he said. The U.N. said on Monday greenhouse gas concentrations had hit a record last year and the world was "way off track" in capping rising temperatures. Attenborough said leading nations had a duty to help poorer countries because industrialisation had been one of the major factors in driving climate change.
Persons: Boris Johnson, David Attenborough, Chris J Ratcliffe, Attenborough, it'll, COP26, Kate Holton, Timothy Organizations: British, Science Museum, REUTERS LONDON, United, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, British, Scotland, United Nations, Glasgow, Africa, Australia, United States
Austin Ramzy andModerna agrees to sell up to 110 million Covid vaccine doses to African countries. The African Union has ordered 220 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine, with the option to order 180 million more. A shortfall in expected deliveries from Covax this year has left African countries scrambling to come up with alternative plans to vaccinate their populations. Image Waiting for shuttle buses to mandatory government-designated quarantine hotels in the arrival hall at the Hong Kong International Airport in August. Hong Kong has recorded just two locally transmitted cases in the past five months, but Mrs. Lam said the city had still not met Beijing’s standards.
Persons: Zhang Hao, Austin Ramzy, Zohra Bensemra, Moderna, Stéphane Bancel, Biden, Jerome Favre, Europe —, Carrie Lam, Mrs, Lam, Hong, Hong Kong Organizations: Moderna, Union, Associated Press, , Nationwide, Alxa League, Reuters, New York Times, European Union, African Union, African, Johnson, United Nations, Hong Kong International Airport, ., Asia Securities Industry, Financial Markets Association, Hong Locations: Lanzhou, China, Gansu Province, Inner Mongolia, Beijing, Hunan, Hubei, Hainan, Fujian, Dakar, Senegal, Africa, United States, African, Covax, Hong Kong, , Europe, Hong,
There was simply no appetite, among House leadership, for such drastic and decisive action. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability. In plain English, Congress has the power and authority to expel from office any constitutional officer who engages in sedition and takes up arms against the Constitution of the United States. The original context for this, obviously, was the Civil War and its immediate aftermath. Under Johnson’s arrangement, the former Confederate states could operate under their antebellum constitutions, the end of slavery notwithstanding.
Persons: Cori Bush, ” Bush, , ” “, Andrew Johnson, Johnson, Alexander Stephens —, Organizations: Twitter Locations: Missouri, United States, Tennessee, Washington, Georgia
Owen Paterson leaves Winfield House during U.S. President Donald Trump's state visit in London, Britain, June 4, 2019. REUTERS/Peter NichollsLONDON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - A British lawmaker and former senior minister faces being suspended from parliament for 30 days after parliament's standards committee found him guilty of a serious breach of rules on paid advocacy. The government should put forward a motion to debate this suspension within five sitting days, the committee said. Paterson, who says the stress of the investigation played a major role in his wife's suicide last year, disputes the findings. He said he was raising issues of public health, including contaminated food, and this is within the rules.
Persons: Owen Paterson, Donald Trump's, Peter Nicholls LONDON, Boris Johnson's, Paterson, Kylie MacLellan, Christina Fincher Organizations: House, U.S, REUTERS, British, Standards, Boris Johnson's Conservatives, Food Standards Agency, Foods, Commons, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Paterson's
Allison Beer, a top payments expert for JPMorgan, now leads the bank's credit card business. JPMorgan Chase's credit-card business has long been the envy of competitors. Allison Beer, a 12-year veteran of Chase and American Express, took over as the head of the bank's credit-card business in September. Now, as the head of cards, Beer takes control of a business previously managed in some form by a few of the bank's most senior leaders. "In the cards business, I think there are a lot of questions about how people pay.
Persons: Allison Beer, Beer, Jamie Dimon, Chase, she's, Marianne Lake, Jennifer Piepszak, Dimon, Gordon Smith, BNPL, Durbin, fintechs, fintech, Claire Bennett, Bennett, Square's Cash, Al Ko, Ko, Chase Beer, AmEx, Kenneth Chenault, Luc Bondar, MileagePlus, United, Bondar, What's, David Konrad, Keefe, Woods, Robert Le, Le, JPMorgan's Organizations: JPMorgan, Chase, American Express, Plaid, Hotels, Resorts, Warning Services, Services, Beer, AmEx's, Marriott, Chase Sapphire, United Airlines, United, BNPL Locations: upstarts, AmEx, InstaMed, Lake
A Texas man who reacted to an unknown car in his driveway by fatally shooting the driver was charged last week with murder. The man, Terry Duane Turner, 65, was arrested Friday and charged with murdering Adil Dghoughi, the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office said. When he went back to check on the car, the headlights were back on, and the car “began to rapidly accelerate in reverse," the affidavit said. Turner chased the car, broke the driver's side window with his gun and then shot through it, it said. CAIR and Dghoughi's family expressed their frustration that it had taken more than a week to arrest Turner.
Persons: Terry Duane Turner, Adil Dghoughi, Dghoughi, Turner, , Faizan Syed, ” Syed, Mr, , Kyle McConnell, Dghoughi's, Othmane Dghoughi, KXAN Organizations: Sheriff’s, NBC, ” Police, Audi, Johnson & Wales University, Islamic Relations, CAIR, Austin, ” CAIR, Capitol, Sheriff’s Office Locations: Texas, Caldwell, Martindale, Austin, Morocco, Rhode Island, Maxwell
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson attends the Global Investment Summit at the Science Museum, in London, Britain, October 19, 2021. Leon Neal/Pool via REUTERSLONDON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to bring forward by 10 years Russia's target for achieving net zero carbon emissions, Johnson's office said on Monday after the two leaders spoke by phone. read more"He (Johnson) welcomed the steps Russia has taken in recent days to commit (to) net zero by 2060," the statement said. "The prime minister expressed his hope that Russia will raise that target to achieving net zero by 2050 as well as making further progress on ending deforestation and an ambitious Nationally Determined Contribution." The Kremlin said Putin promised that Russia's delegation to Glasgow "will contribute to a successful work of such an important international forum".
Persons: Boris Johnson, Leon Neal, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Johnson, William James, Andrey Ostroukh, Estelle Shirbon, Michael Holden Organizations: Britain's, Global Investment, Science Museum, REUTERS LONDON, British, Kremlin, United Nations, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Russian, Russia, Scotland, Glasgow, Moscow
LONDON — The husband of U.K. charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been detained for more than five years in Iran, has gone on a hunger strike again after a court decided she has to spend another year in prison. Richard Ratcliffe started his fast on Sunday outside the British government’s Foreign Office in central London. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in Iran in 2016 and served a 5-year prison sentence on spying charges, she is now serving an additional year. Hollie Adams / Getty ImagesRatcliffe went on a 15-day hunger strike two years ago outside the Iranian Embassy, a move he credits with getting their 7-year-old daughter Gabriella released. In truth, I never expected to have to do a hunger strike twice.
Persons: Nazanin Zaghari, Ratcliffe, Richard Ratcliffe, Boris Johnson, Zaghari, Hollie Adams, Gabriella, ” Ratcliffe, , ” Zaghari, Ratcliffe can’t Organizations: British, Foreign, Amnesty, Iranian Embassy, Getty, Thomson Reuters Foundation Locations: Iran, London, Tehran’s, Iranian, Britain, Tehran
A bankruptcy judge refused an initial bid to pause talc litigation against Johnson & Johnson , setting the stage for a November hearing that will likely scrutinize the corporate maneuvering the company undertook to try to settle thousands of personal-injury lawsuits through a subsidiary’s chapter 11. Judge J. Craig Whitley of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Charlotte, N.C., on Friday refused to extend to J&J a temporary restraining order that would have halted lawsuits against the consumer-goods giant during the two-week period before next month’s hearing.
Persons: Johnson, Judge J, Craig Whitley Organizations: Johnson, U.S, Bankruptcy Locations: Charlotte, N.C
Jackson completed 15 of 31 passes for 257 yards and a touchdown and led Baltimore (5-2) with 88 rushing yards. Evans caught two other touchdowns passes from Brady, and Chris Godwin had one touchdown reception for Tampa Bay (6-1), which won its fourth straight. Jones (24 of 36) tossed two touchdown passes and earned his first home victory in his fifth start at Gillette Stadium. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw a career-high four touchdown passes and completed 32 of 40 passes for 291 yards. Elijah Mitchell rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown and Deebo Samuel caught seven passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.
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Children ages 5 to 11 could begin getting vaccinated in early November, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease official, said Sunday. The companies have said the efficacy rate of the vaccine in children reduced the risk of developing a symptomatic infection by 91 percent. Both Dr. Walensky and Dr. Fauci sought to dispel confusion about booster shots and explain the option of “mixing and matching” initial vaccines and boosters. Boosters of all three vaccines available in the United States have been authorized. by another product?” Dr. Fauci said.
Persons: Marisol Gerardo, Shawn Rocco, Duke, Anthony Fauci, , , Dr, Rochelle Walensky, ” F.D.A, Fauci, Walensky, Johnson Organizations: Pfizer, Duke Health, Reuters, Food and Drug Administration, Kaiser Family Foundation, Centers for Disease Control, NBC, Press, ABC, BioNTech, Moderna Locations: Durham, N.C, Reuters Covid, United States
The leaders of China and Russia said they won't be at this week's COP26 climate-change summit. China emits around 28% of the world's CO2 emissions, while Russia emits around 5%. Their absence is especially significant given their nations' contributions to global emissions, with China producing an estimated 28% and Russia 5% of global CO2 output. Other world leaders at the summit may find it harder to strike a historic agreement on climate change without Xi and Putin around. China emits nearly 28% of the world's global carbon dioxide emissions, according to Our World in Data, more than any other country.
Persons: Xi, Russia's Vladimir Putin, Putin, Johnson, Boris Johnson, Dmitry Peskov, Joe Biden, Narendra Modi Organizations: Service, Kremlin, The Times, Reuters, AFP, India's Locations: China, Russia, Glasgow, Scotland, India
Still, the remnants of pepper spray and tear gas continue to plague some officers each time they put on the same riot gear they wore while retaking the Capitol. An unnamed MPD officer told Insider the fire department "came by, and they literally just hosed down all of our gear." Still, the remnants of pepper spray and tear gas continue to plague some officers each time they put on the same riot gear they wore while retaking the Capitol. Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has repeatedly argued the White House is understating the problem and is fueling further inflation. Currently, being fully vaccinated in the US means a person has either both doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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UK's Johnson says COP26 success hangs in the balance
  + stars: | 2021-10-25 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to the media as he visits at a COVID-19 vaccination centre at Little Venice Sports Centre, in London, Britain October 22, 2021. Matt Dunham/Pool via REUTERSLONDON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday it was "touch and go" whether the upcoming United Nations COP26 global climate conference will secure the agreements needed to help tackle climate change. Johnson, as host of the summit, has cast the meeting as one of the last major chances to slow rising temperatures, and had hoped it would showcase his attempt at global leadership. "It's very very far from clear that we'll get the progress that we need," Johnson said. Reporting by William James and Kylie MacLellan, Editing by Paul SandleOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Matt Dunham, Johnson, Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, William James, Kylie MacLellan, Paul Sandle Organizations: Britain's, Little Venice Sports Centre, REUTERS LONDON, British, United Nations, Kremlin, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Glasgow, Scotland
Partners who work heavily on M&A deals are some of firms' top earners. Townsend, head of Cravath's M&A practice for North America, has represented clients like Johnson & Johnson, Anheuser‑Busch InBev, and Canadian National Railway. Fried FrankClients: Sinclair Broadcast Group, Humana, Media GeneralRichter, cohead of Fried Frank's M&A practice and partner, joined the firm in 1994. Barshay also counseled Chevron in its proposed $50 billion acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum in 2019 and its $13 billion acquisition of Noble Energy in 2020. Past deals include Microsoft's $28.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn, its $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's phone business, its $8.5 billion acquisition of Skype, and its investment in Barnes & Noble's Nook business.
Persons: Edward Rock, Scott Barshay, Paul Weiss, Rock, Alisa F, Levin, Greene Levin Snyder, Faiza Saeed, Mark Greene, Robert Townsend of Cravath, Robert Townsend, Time Warner Saeed, Greene, Mylan, AerCap, Townsend, Cravath's, Johnson, Anheuser, Goldman Sachs, H, Louis Goldberg, Davis Polk Louis Goldberg, William H, Aaronson, Davis Polk, NBCUniversal, Davis Polk's, Lydall, Goldberg, Ethan Klingsberg, Damien Zoubek, Zoubek, Afterpay, Berkshire Hathaway, Klingsberg, Philip Richter, Fried Frank Philip Richter, Fried Frank, Media General Richter, Humana's, Barbara Becker, Gibson Dunn Barbara Becker, Gibson Dunn, Kraft Heinz, PepsiCo Becker, Gibson, Becker, Dan Wolf, Jonathan Davis, Eric Schiele, Sarkis Jebejian, Ellis, Anheuser ‑ Busch InBev Schiele, Gores Guggenheim, Jebejian, Kirkland, Kirkland & Ellis Wolf, Davis, Paul Weiss Scott Barshay, Teladoc, Barshay, Alan Klein, Simpson Thacher Alan Klein, Simpson Thacher, Tyco Klein, Allison Schneirov, Kenton J, King, Mike Ringler, Howard L, Paul Schnell, Kenton King, Skadden Howard Ellin, Skadden, Ringler, Ellin, Schnell's, Melissa Sawyer, Frank Aquila of Sullivan Cromwell Melissa Sawyer, Frank Aquila, Sullivan Cromwell, Sawyer, Tiffany, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, David Katz, Andrew Brownstein, Steven Rosenblum, Adam O, Emmerich, Andrew J, Nussbaum, Daniel A, Neff, Wachtell, Lipton, Morgan Stanley, Katz, HollyFrontier, Kinder Morgan, Brownstein, Allergan, Rosenblum, Nielsen, Hillrom, Michael Aiello, Weil Gotshal Michael Aiello, Weil, Gamble Aiello Organizations: New York University's Law, Partners, New York Times, Disney, Viacom, Univision, Time, Century Fox, Occidental Petroleum, AT, Pfizer, GE Capital Aviation Services, Johnson, Anheuser ‑ Busch InBev, Canadian National Railway, Davis Polk Clients, Comcast, MasterCard, IHS, P, AstraZeneca Zoubek, Burlington Northern, Google, AstraZeneca, Alexion Pharmaceuticals, DreamWorks Animation, Technologies, TNS Gateway Services, Sinclair, Humana, Media, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Fox College Sports, Aetna, Accenture, Kraft, News Corp, PepsiCo, New York University Law, Tropicana, General Electric, Merck, VMware, Evercore, Guggenheim Securities, Lazard, UBS, Kirkland, Ellis, IBM, Gores, Yahoo, Washington Post, Cascade Investment, Resorts, Nexstar Media, Vista Equity Partners, Kirkland &, Bristol Myers Squibb, General Motors, Anheuser, Busch InBev, Chevron, Amazon, Anadarko Petroleum, Noble Energy, Microsoft, ChemChina, Tyco, LinkedIn, Skype, Dell Technologies Inc, Blackstone, Permira, Francisco Partners, TPG, King, Broadcom Corporation, Avago Technologies, Livongo Health, Indorama Ventures, Tiffany, GameStop, Busch InBev Aquila, Rosen, Katz, El Paso Corporation, Holly Energy Partners, Sinclair Oil, Sinclair Transportation, Service Enterprise Group, ArcLight Capital Partners, AbbVie, Target, Nielsen Holdings, Global Connect, Advent, Hillrom Holdings, Baxter International, Dow Chemical, Ontario Teachers, Procter, Lionheart, DuPont, Dow, DowDuPont Inc Locations: New, Anadarko, North America, GreenSky, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Berkshire, Kirkland, Celgene, AbbVie, Allergan, Livongo, SABMiller, Barnes, Syngenta, Skadden's New York, Boomi, New Jersey, Kroger, Weil
Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday he plans to get his young kids vaccinated against Covid "as soon as they're eligible." "My kids are becoming eligible for vaccination and I'll get them vaccinated as soon as they're eligible. In May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved the Pfizer vaccine for kids aged 12 to 15, and some school districts, including the nation's second-largest Los Angeles, imposed vaccine mandates for young students. However, Gottlieb said elementary schools are unlikely to see widespread mandates if the shots are indeed approved for the younger age kids. "We still kids getting into trouble with this virus so I'm going to be vaccinating my kids as soon as it's available for them."
Persons: Scott Gottlieb, , Gottlieb, We've, hospitalizations, Johnson Organizations: CNBC, Pfizer, Drug Administration, FDA, Centers for Disease Control, Johns Hopkins University, Moderna, Aetion Inc, Cruise Line Holdings Locations: Los Angeles
An Aspen Pharmacare logo is seen at outside company offices in Woodmead, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 13, 2018. The company is currently delivering 250 million doses of the final packaged versions of J&J's COVID-19 vaccine on an annualised basis and would reach a capacity of 300 million doses per year by November or December, Saad said. Under its contract with J&J it has to supply 31 million doses to South Africa. It will also supply up to 400 million to the rest of Africa via an agreement with the African Union. It began supplies to South Africa at the end of July.
Persons: Siphiwe, Stephen Saad, J's, Saad, It's, Industry Ebrahim Patel, Promit Mukherjee, David Holmes Organizations: REUTERS, Aspen, Reuters, Johnson, J, African Union, World Health Organisation, of Trade, Industry, Thomson Locations: Aspen, Woodmead, Johannesburg, South Africa, Gqeberha, Africa, United States, Europe
Breakdown: COP26 gets an ambitions downgrade
  + stars: | 2021-10-25 | by ( George Hay | )   time to read: +9 min
Given current annual emissions of 50 billion tonnes, the heavy lifting has to happen this decade. QUICK WIN ONE: MUCH MORE HELP FOR POORER COUNTRIESOne way to keep significant 2030 emissions cuts alive is for rich countries to stop being tight. The fossil fuel belches out 10 billion tonnes of CO2 a year, a fifth of the planet’s total, according to the IEA. If they don’t, these plants will eat up over half the remaining 500 billion tonnes of carbon budget. The IEA reckons such moves would save 100 billion tonnes of emissions by 2050, 20% of the remaining carbon budget.
Persons: Boris Johnson, David Attenborough, COP26, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, , doesn’t, It’s, Xi, Mark Carney, Petteri Taalas, Ed Cropley, Karen Kwok Organizations: British, Science Museum, LONDON, Reuters, Glasgow’s, European Union, UN, WIN, Organisation for Economic Co, International Energy Agency, Bank, OECD, IEA, China, Ex, Bank of England, Glasgow Financial Alliance, United Nations, UN World Meteorological Organization, WMO, Change, Conference of Locations: London, Britain, Glasgow’s United Nations, United States, United Kingdom, China, India, Russia, Paris, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Covid, Glasgow
British House Speaker Lindsay Hoyle chairs Prime Minister's Questions at the Commons Chamber in London, Britain April 28, 2021. UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. "At one time ministers did the right thing if they briefed (the media) before a budget. In 1947, then-finance minister Hugh Dalton stepped down after it emerged he had revealed some details of his budget to a journalist. Such questions force ministers to the chamber to answer them and use up valuable parliamentary time.
Persons: Lindsay Hoyle, Jessica Taylor, Handout, Rishi Sunak, Hoyle, Hugh Dalton, we've, it's, Boris Johnson's, Johnson's, Kylie MacLellan, Estelle Shirbon Organizations: Chamber, Britain's, Thomson Locations: London, Britain
The exterior of EMA, European Medicines Agency is seen in Amsterdam, Netherlands December 18, 2020. REUTERS/Piroschka van de WouwOct 25 (Reuters) - The European Union's drug regulator on Monday said it has concluded in its review that Moderna's (MRNA.O) COVID-19 booster vaccine may be given to people aged 18 years and above, at least six months after the second dose. It is the second COVID-19 booster vaccine to be approved in the EU. It left EU member states to decide if the wider population should receive a booster. read moreEMA on Monday said that the implementation of vaccination campaigns remains the prerogative of the advisory groups guiding the vaccination campaigns in each EU Member State.
Persons: de Wouw, Johnson, Pushkala Aripaka, Susan Fenton, Barbara Lewis Organizations: European Medicines Agency, REUTERS, EMA, Pfizer, BioNTech's, State, U.S, BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson, Thomson Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Moderna, Bengaluru
Some members of Congress did not realize just how bad the January 6 insurrection was during it. "We're learning how bad this is from people texting us, emailing us, calling us," one lawmaker told Insider. Members then hunkered down in secure locations or sheltered-in-place in their offices until law enforcement secured the building. But some lawmakers didn't witness the chaos that erupted that day. GOP Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said he didn't learn that rioters had shouted racist abuse at Black police officers until a month later.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Donald Trump's, didn't, Gerry Connolly, We've, there'd, Peter Meijer of, Connolly, Don Beyer, GOP Sen, Ron Johnson, Wisconsin, Johnson, acquit Trump Organizations: Service, Lawmakers, Capitol, Democratic, Virginia, Republican, Peter Meijer of Michigan, GOP, Black, Congressional
A mural of Ahmaud Arbery is painted on the side of The Brunswick African American Cultural Center in downtown Brunswick, Georgia, U.S. October 19, 2021. Former policeman Gregory McMichael, 65, his son Travis McMichael, 35, and their neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan, 52, each face charges of murder, aggravated assault and false imprisonment. Gregory and Travis McMichael grabbed guns and pursued Arbery in a white pickup truck. Defense lawyers say Travis McMichael fired in self-defense and that Arbery was attacking him when he grabbed the barrel of the shotgun. Some lawyers not involved in the case have speculated that prosecutors could argue that Arbery grabbed the weapon in a fight for his life.
Persons: Octavio Jones, Black, Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael, William, Roddie, Bryan, Arbery, aforethought, Ahmaud Marquez Arbery, Maud, Marcus Arbery, Jackie Johnson, Johnson, Rich McKay, Ross Colvin, Peter Cooney Organizations: Brunswick, American Cultural Center, REUTERS, WHO, Police, Defense, Brunswick Pirates, National Football League, South Georgia Technical College, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Thomson Locations: Brunswick, Georgia, U.S, Brunswick , Georgia, Satilla Shores, Arbery, Atlanta
President Joe Biden's approval ratings are in a slump, but that doesn't mean he can't dream of brighter days, like the time he was vice president. Press Secretary Jen Psaki, played by Chloe Fineman, obliged when current President Biden (James Austin Johnson) told her to "lay some of those facts on me." Enter Sudeikis' vice president in aviator sunglasses and a casual jacket: "I'm you from eight years ago, man. "I hope this doesn’t sound sexist, but you gotta smile more, sweetie," the vice president said. Told of all the things the last president allegedly got away with, including getting into an argument with Pope Francis, the vice president said, "Wow — Hillary got awesome!"
Persons: Joe Biden's, Jason Sudeikis, Jen Psaki, Chloe Fineman, Biden, James Austin Johnson, Joe, Sudeikis, We’re, Pope Francis, Hillary, hasn’t, Colin Jost, Michael Che, Sen, Kyrsten Sinema, she’s, he's Organizations: SNL, Press, CNN
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