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The ex-president’s blog has drawn a considerably smaller audience than his once-powerful social media accounts, according to engagement data compiled with BuzzSumo, a social media analytics company. The blog posts come in the form of statements that are also sent to supporters via email. A blow to the newest blog’s reach came last week when Twitter booted an account with more than 2,100 followers that primarily shared Trump’s blog posts. Trump’s Twitter ban is permanent, and his temporary YouTube suspension will be lifted when the company decides that the threat of violence is no longer imminent. Research has consistently found no evidence of anti-conservative bias from the most popular social media platforms.
Persons: Donald Trump, Donald J, Trump, , , Newsmax’s Greg Kelly, , Trump’s deplatforming, Jeremy Blackburn, ” Blackburn, Jason Miller, Trump’s, ” Miller Organizations: , Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, CNBC, White, Trump University, Capitol, Research, Trump, New York’s Binghamton University
Is It Covid or the Flu? New Combo Tests Can Find Out.
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Roxanne Khamsi | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
“We in the laboratory are preparing for another big boom in testing,” said Dr. Baird, whose team has run more than two million coronavirus tests since the beginning of the pandemic. In recent years various hospitals have developed in-house versions of these combination tests as well, some of which look for more than a dozen different respiratory pathogens simultaneously using P.C.R. Those “multiplex” tests are especially helpful in diagnosing illnesses in people with weak immune systems because they allow doctors to swiftly discern what pathogen is making a person sick before it is too late to start the right treatments. A patient could carry the influenza virus but also test positive for a bacterium such as pneumococcus, for example. “We now know that we often need to continue antibiotics,” he explained, because sometimes the multiplex tests are not sensitive enough to rule out a bacterial culprit.
Persons: , Baird, , Roche, Daniel Griffin, , Dr, Griffin, Mark Miller Organizations: ProHealth Locations: York
Israel and Hamas exchanged fire overnight amid new clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police. The Democrat Andrew Yang weighed in on the issue, tweeting his support for Israel Monday night. Yang's comments got the support of Republicans like Sen. Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, and Stephen Miller. Andrew Yang tweeted in support of Israel amid the country's latest unrest with Palestinians on Monday, provoking anger from fellow liberals and support from top Republicans. "The people of NYC will always stand with our brothers and sisters in Israel who face down terrorism and persevere," Yang tweeted.
Persons: Democrat Andrew Yang, Yang's, Sen, Ted Cruz, Meghan McCain, Stephen Miller, Andrew Yang, Yang, David Cross, Chelsea Manning, Bishop Talbert Swan, Bravo, Omar, Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Rashia Tlaib, Donald Trump, Meghan McCain retweeted, Israel, Mustafa Hassona, Organizations: Democrat, Israel, Service, NAACP, Anadolu Agency, Getty, Associated Press Locations: Israel, New York City, Gaza, NYC, Springfield , Massachusetts, Texas, Jerusalem's Old City, Gaza City
The man suspected of a shooting in New York City's Times Square that injured three bystanders, including a 4-year-old girl, has been identified but is still on the run, police said Monday. — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) May 9, 2021The girl, identified as Skye Martinez, was shopping for toys with her family when she was struck in the leg, police said. "As a mom, I think my motherly instincts just went to, you know, 'I need to help her,'" Vogel told ABC News on Monday. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted Saturday that "the flood of illegal guns into our city must stop." Shooting incidents in New York City nearly tripled in the month of April compared with last year, from 56 to 149, according to NYPD crime statistics.
Persons: Farrakhan Muhammad, Muhammad, qciBGCR6AK, Skye Martinez, Wendy Magrinat, Mạrcela Aldana, Skye, Alyssa Vogel, Vogel, John Miller, Bill de Blasio Organizations: New York City's, New York City Police Department, West, NBC, Police, Rhode, NBC New, NYPD, ABC News, Monday, Twitter Locations: New York, NBC New York, West, Manhattan, Rhode Island, New York City, York City
Liz Cheney may be done with former President Donald Trump, but her impending ouster from House Republican leadership is a clear sign, party insiders say, that the GOP isn't done with Trump. "The Republican Party is no longer a 'conservative' party. "I've always liked Liz Cheney, but she's made a determination that the Republican Party can't grow with President Trump. And some Republicans say kicking Cheney off the leadership team is likely to give her an even bigger platform. Some Republicans say that the episode is inconsequential to voters and that it will be forgotten by the time the midterms arrive.
Persons: Liz Cheney, Donald Trump, Whit Ayres, Cheney, Trump, Trump's, Ayers, Dick Cheney —, Ayres, who've, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Kevin McCarthy of California, Lindsey Graham of, Graham, Sean Hannity, I've, she's, McCarthy, Fox, , Liz, Kevin, Biden's, Keith Rothfus, Elise Stefanik, Kevin Madden, Jason Miller, who's, Republican Party —, Miller, Jeff Timmer, Joe Biden, Liam Donovan, Tyler Law Organizations: Republican, Trump, House Republican Conference, GOP, Republican Party, Republicans, Fox News, Intramural, Axios, Biden, Chinese Communist Party, House GOP, Stefanik, Michigan GOP Locations: Washington, Sen, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Orlando , Florida, Afghanistan
The goal is to turn end-of-life planning into simple tasks to help users prepare and build a legacy. For Eddy, death had already played a significant role in her life. As our comfort grows with moving important aspects of our lives online, a small but significant economy of digital death planning has begun to take root. Eddy believes that as people were placed in closer proximity to death, end-of-life planning offered a semblance of structure. Lantern"Humans tend to feel most connected to end-of-life planning when we're thinking about what we leave behind," she said.
Persons: Elizabeth Eddy, Alyssa Ruderman, Eddy, Ruderman, , Nikita Miller, we're Organizations: Google, Research, Service, Lantern, Draper Associates Locations: Connecticut
SpaceX accepts Dogecoin as payment for DOGE-1 moon mission
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( Andrea Miller | ) sentiment -0.95   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailSpaceX accepts Dogecoin as payment for DOGE-1 moon missionElon Musk's SpaceX will launch the DOGE-1 moon mission in the first quarter of 2022, with the company accepting the meme-inspired cryptocurrency as payment. Geometric Energy Corporation announced the dogecoin-funded mission on Sunday, with DOGE-1 representing a 40 kilogram cube satellite flying as a payload on a Falcon 9 rocket. This comes after SpaceX CEO Elon Musk appeared on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," and called the cryptocurrency a "hustle."
Persons: Elon, Elon Musk Organizations: SpaceX, Geometric Energy Corporation
U.S. state attorneys general ask Congress for funding for antitrust work
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Ken Cedeno/File PhotoDozens of state attorneys general wrote to U.S. lawmakers on Monday to urge Congress to fund their antitrust probes, which have resulted in big lawsuits filed against Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Facebook Inc (FB.O). Attorneys general from 45 states and territories cited calls from Republicans and Democrats for a "more robust antitrust enforcement across a multitude of markets." The letter was also addressed to Representatives David Cicilline and Ken Buck, their counterparts in the House of Representatives. Six of the signatories were among the leaders of antitrust probes of the Big Tech companies: Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, Iowa's Tom Miller, Douglas Peterson of Nebraska, New York's Letitia James, Ken Paxton of Texas and Utah's Sean Reyes. Groups of state attorneys general, which enforce state and federal law, filed two big lawsuits against Google last year and a third against Facebook.
Persons: Ken Cedeno, Amy Klobuchar, Mike Lee, David Cicilline, Ken Buck, Phil Weiser, Iowa's Tom Miller, Douglas Peterson of, New York's Letitia James, Ken Paxton of, Utah's Sean Reyes Organizations: U.S, Capitol, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, Google, Facebook Inc, Democrats, Big Tech, Republican, Facebook, Thomson Locations: Washington ,, United States, Colorado, Douglas Peterson of Nebraska, New, Ken Paxton of Texas
A cybersecurity expert said such ransomware attacks tend to target municipal governments. The expert's kids were out of school for four days last year after Baltimore's school system was hacked. The DarkSide attack against the Colonial Pipeline was a ransomware attack. Several other school systems in the US were hit by ransomware attacks in the past year. In April, the Justice Department announced a new task force to address ransomware attacks across the US.
Persons: cybercriminals, Ben Miller, Miller, , cybersecurity, cyberattacks Organizations: Dragos Inc, Service, Colonial Pipeline, Justice Department, National Health Service Locations: East Coast, Russia, Florida, Texas, New York, United States, Britain, Germany, South America, Africa
NHL roundup: Predators clinch playoff berth
  + stars: | 2021-05-09 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Kunin scored in the second and third periods for a 2-0 Predators lead. Maple Leafs 3, Canadiens 2Toronto overcame a 2-0 deficit with three straight second-period goals to defeat visiting Montreal and clinch the North Division title. The Maple Leafs won the final two regular-season games between the teams to take the season series 7-2-1. T.J. Oshie appeared to hurt his knee late in the second period and was ruled out with a lower-body injury, leaving Washington with only 10 forwards during the third period and overtime. Ryan Miller made 21 saves in the final game of his 18-year NHL career.
Persons: Mattias Ekholm, Brett Pesce, Christopher Hanewinckel, Luke Kunin, Kunin, Mikael Granlund, Carolina's, Morgan Geekie, Erik Haula, Alex Nedeljkovic, Jack Campbell, Pierre Engvall, William Nylander, Mitchell Marner, Brett Kulak, Nick Suzuki, Jake Allen, Jeff Carter, Maxime Lagace, Michael Houser, Alex Wennberg, Sam Bennett, Jonathan Huberdeau, Sergei Bobrovsky, Luke Schenn, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Conor Sheary, Lars Eller, Sheary, Nic Dowd, Alex Lyon's, Oshie, Mika Zibanejad, Alexis Lafreniere, Vitali Kravtsov, Zibanejad, K'Andre Miller, Pavel Buchnevich, Keith Kinkaid, Igor Shesterkin, Nick Ritchie, David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, Charlie McAvoy, Tuukka Rask, Brock Nelson, Jordan Eberle, Nelson, swatting, Jersey's Andreas Johnsson, Devil Kyle Palmieri, Mathew Barzal, Tim Stutzle, Connor Brown, Shane Pinto, Filip Gustavsson, Mason Appleton, Mark Scheifele, Connor Hellebuyck, Max Domi, Domi, Oliver Bjorkstrand, Cam Atkinson, Bjorkstrand, Eric Robinson, Jack Roslovic, Jakub Vrana, Danny DeKeyser, Sam Gagner, Valtteri Filppula, Victor Rask, Minn, Jared Spurgeon, Ryan Hartman, Nick Bonino, Cam Talbot, Kirill Kaprizov, Rickard Rakell, Max Comtois, Ryan Miller Organizations: Nashville Predators, Carolina Hurricanes, Bridgestone Arena, Central Division, Saturday, Carolina, Maple Leafs, Canadiens, Toronto, Montreal, Division, Penguins, Sabres, Pittsburgh, East Division, The Penguins, Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Flyers, The Sabres, NHL, Buffalo, Panthers, Stanley, Tampa, Florida, Capitals, Flyers, Washington, Philadelphia, Rangers, Bruins, Boston, Islanders, Devils, New York, Nassau Coliseum, Senators, Jets, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Blue Jackets, Red Wings, Columbus, Detroit, Ducks, Minnesota, Thomson Locations: Nashville , Tennessee, USA, Nashville, Buffalo, Florida, Tampa, Sunrise, Fla, . Florida, Washington, New York, New, New Jersey, Uniondale, N.Y, Anaheim, St, Paul
Mika Zibanejad scores twice as Rangers defeat Bruins
  + stars: | 2021-05-09 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
May 8, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; New York Rangers center Mika Zibanejad (93) is congratulated at the bench after scoring his second goal during the third period against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. Zibanejad scored again late, K'Andre Miller also had a goal and Pavel Buchnevich had three assists as the Rangers snapped a five-game losing streak. Nick Ritchie, David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron scored for the Bruins, whose six-game points streak came to an end. Pastrnak scored the 200th goal of his career 21 seconds into the third period to give the Bruins a 2-1 lead. The advantage didn't stand long, as Zibanejad finished a 3-on-1 to knot the score at 2 at 5:22.
Persons: Mika Zibanejad, Winslow Townson, Alexis Lafreniere, Vitali Kravtsov, Zibanejad, K'Andre Miller, Pavel Buchnevich, Keith Kinkaid, Igor Shesterkin, Nick Ritchie, David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, Charlie McAvoy, Tuukka Rask, Pastrnak, Kinkaid, Marchand, Bergeron, Rask, Boston couldn't, Miller, Justin Richards, Ritchie Organizations: New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, Garden, Rangers, Bruins, Stanley, New York, Boston, NHL, Thomson Locations: Boston , Massachusetts, USA, New York, Boston, New, York
Business InsiderDonald Trump's new blog shows he is now just "shouting into the void," since being banned by Facebook and Twitter, say experts. Former President Donald Trump's new "communication platform" launched this week was widely-mocked as little more than a "glorified blog." The site — which was revealed on Tuesday — followed Trump's longtime adviser Jason Miller promising that Trump would soon create a social media platform that would "completely redefine the game" on social media. There are, of course, some benefits to Trump launching a one-way communications platform rather than a fully-fledged social media network. "Trump is promoting Trump on the Trump blog on the Trump website ... Trump's blog appears to be reaching the people he wants to reach and doing what he wants it to do."
Persons: Donald Trump's, Trump, Peter Loge, , Jason Miller, Nu Wexler, Miller, Newswhip, Donald Trump, Trump's, Alex Stamos, wasn't Organizations: Facebook, Twitter, Trump, Make, Google, Democratic, Service, George Washington University
Trump advisor Jason Miller pointed out Liz Cheney as a top political target of the former president. Cheney faces the loss of her leadership role in the House and a tough GOP primary challenge in 2022. Trump senior advisor Jason Miller told the Post in a recent interview that the former president's political advisors have already begun to call contacts in Wyoming to field potential Republican primary challengers to Cheney. Miller said defeating Cheney was "one of the highest priorities as far as primary endorsements go." After the November election, Trump spent months attempting to overturn the election results in a number of key states, including Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania.
Persons: Trump, Jason Miller, Liz Cheney, Cheney, waver, Trump's, Donald Trump, Miller, Joe Biden, who's, Read, Elise Stefanik, Kevin McCarthy of, Steve Scalise, Cheney's, Warmonger Liz Cheney Organizations: Republican, House, Washington Post, Trump, Service, Republicans, Capitol, GOP, Kevin McCarthy of California, Wednesday Locations: Wyoming, Florida, Arizona , Georgia, Pennsylvania, New York, Louisiana, Great State of Wyoming
The solution is clear: Congress needs to take immigration courts out of the Justice Department and make them independent, similar to other administrative courts that handle bankruptcy, income-tax and veterans’ cases. Reform advocates, including the Federal Bar Association, have pushed the idea of a stand-alone immigration court for years without success. In the meantime, there are shorter-term fixes that could help restore a semblance of impartiality and professionalism to the immigration courts. A thornier problem is how to stamp out the hard-line anti-immigrant culture that spread throughout the Justice Department under Mr. Trump, Mr. The egregiousness of his administration’s approach to immigration may have accelerated efforts to solve the deeper structural rot at the core of the nation’s immigration courts.
Persons: Trump, General Merrick Garland, Sessions, Stephen Miller, Biden’s, James McHenry, Biden, reassigning, Trump’s Organizations: Justice Department, Federal Bar Association, Department, Mr Locations: Mexico, Central America
They Save the Day. (Every Day.) Six Moms on Their Superpowers.
  + stars: | 2021-05-08 | by ( Mark Shimabukuro | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Whenever the rhythm strikes, I hope she’ll go with it — and that an open spirit will guide her wherever she goes. — Melonyce McAfee, senior staff editorSixth senseSince becoming a mother, I’m able to pick up on small hints of illness in my daughter. I’ve made great new friends (other parents, teachers, coaches, students) because of my daughter, and most important, I’ve learned so much from her. Moms get a bad rap for not being the “fun parent” in heterosexual couples. In my house, when all else fails, or when I am simply failing at doing things, being funny is how I turn it around.
Persons: — Melonyce McAfee, I’m, It’s, , — Tiffanie Graham, I’ve, she’s, — Tara Parker, Pope, , She’s, We’re, , — Christina Caron, ’ ”, — Farah Miller
New York (CNN Business) " Saturday Night Live " has made some odd host picks over its history . That off-kilter tradition continues Saturday when Elon Musk , the eccentric tech billionaire, will host the show. "'SNL' has had a tradition of going outside of movie openings and television events and other predictable hosting invitations," Miller said. That's why the Musk pick makes sense from a viewership perspective: His selection gets people talking, and that's certainly been the case since Musk was announced as host a few weeks ago. After Musk was announced as host, some of "SNL's" own cast members like Bowen Yang and Andrew Dismuke headed to Instagram to express their displeasure .
Persons: Ralph Nader, Steve Forbes, Rudy Giuliani, George Steinbrenner, Donald Trump, Elon Musk, Miley Cyrus, , James Andrew Miller, Miller, It's, that's, Musk, Bowen Yang, Andrew Dismuke, Pete Davidson, Davidson, Seth Meyers, That's, Lorne Michaels, Lorne, He's Organizations: CNN, NBC, Elon, New York Times, YouTube Locations: York, Australia, Canada, India, Mexico, Russia, United Kingdom
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department confirmed Friday that it sought the phone records of three Washington Post reporters for calls they made during three months in 2017 while reporting on Russia’s role in the 2016 presidential election. The subpoenas sought records that would show who the reporters called and how long their conversations lasted but not what was discussed. Justice Department spokesman Marc Raimondi confirmed the content of the letters in a statement. A department spokesman said the records of the Post reporters were sought in 2020, when William Barr was still serving as then-President Donald Trump's attorney general. But the Justice Department has maintained that it would seek journalist records as a last resort.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Ellen Nakashima, Greg Miller, Adam Entous, Sen, Jeff Sessions, Trump, Sergey Kislyak, Marc Raimondi, William Barr, Donald Trump's, Barr, Cameron Barr, Obama, Eric Holder Organizations: The Justice Department, Washington Post, Justice, Department, , Post . Government, Justice Department, Associated Press, Fox News Locations: U.S
LEWIS CENTER, Ohio — The Ohio Republican Party censured U.S. Rep. Anthony Gonzalez and nine other GOP representatives from other states on Friday for voting in February to impeach former President Donald Trump, in a nearly unanimous vote of the powerful central committee. The resolution to censure that was approved by the committee called Trump’s second impeachment process meritless, unprecedented, unconstitutional and purposeless. Along a narrower vote, the committee also approved a second resolution, which hadn’t been on the agenda, calling on Gonzalez to resign. Cleveland businessperson Bernie Moreno, also a Senate contender, called Gonzalez a “Republican” in quotes, and expressed shock in capital letters that the state GOP is “JUST NOW” censuring him and the others. The rival, Max Miller, is a veteran of the Trump White House and of the former president’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns.
Persons: Anthony Gonzalez, Donald Trump, hadn’t, Gonzalez, Bob Paduchik, Jane Timken, Republican Sen, Rob Portman, Timken, rebuking Gonzalez, Josh Mandel, , , Bernie Moreno, Trump, Max Miller Organizations: LEWIS, The Ohio Republican Party, U.S, Rep, Cleveland, Trump, Republican, GOP, Trump ., Ohio, U.S . Capitol, Trump White House Locations: , Ohio, Timken, Cleveland
The Council of Chief State School Officers recognized the Las Vegas special education teacher with the award Thursday. “She is just the epitome of a great teacher, a great educator,” Biden said as she sat for an interview with Urtubey. Teacher Juliana Urtubey works in her office at Kermit R Booker Sr Elementary School Wednesday, May 5, 2021, in Las Vegas. John Locher / APUrtubey, who has been an educator for 11 years, works with elementary school students, individualizing lessons to match their academic, emotional and behavioral needs. “It’s fun for them, and it’s fun for teachers.”Thanks to her students, Urtubey picked up a new nickname: “Ms.
Persons: Juliana Urtubey, , ” Urtubey, “ Juliana Urtubey, Carissa Moffat Miller, Jill Biden, Urtubey, Biden, ” Biden, Urtubey ., Kermit R Booker, John Locher, , , Kermit R, Booker, they’re, that’s, Tabatha Organizations: VEGAS, of Chief State School Officers, Las, U.S ., “ CBS, Urtubey, Kermit, Elementary, Crestwood Elementary School, of Chief State, Officers, White House, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Las Vegas, Nevada, Colombia, Crestwood, Kansas
"What I want is for the criminal justice system to work," said Calvina Strothers, the mother of Mikayla Miller. Justice for Mikayla MillerStrothers spoke Thursday afternoon during a vigil in her hometown, Hopkinton, where at least several hundred people remembered Mikayla. Ryan said Mikayla's death was an "unspeakable tragedy." Mikayla's death has resonated from Massachusetts to Washington, D.C., with some of the state's most influential politicians weighing in. The investigation continues, and the cause and manner of death will be determined by the state medical examiner's office.
Persons: Calvina Strothers, Mikayla Miller, Strothers, Mikayla Miller Strothers, Marian Ryan, Mikayla, Ryan, Elizabeth Warren, Ayanna Pressley, Pressley, Maura Healey, Young, Mikayla's Organizations: Boston Marathon, Middlesex County, Washington , D.C, Massachusetts, Congressional, HBCU, Twitter, Hopkinton, Mikayla Locations: Massachusetts, Hopkinton, Boston, Middlesex, Washington ,, Sen
global unit primarily concentrates on health care facilities. Guidance Development Group were hospital-focused, and some of them specialized in antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections that can spread wildly in health care facilities when medical personnel fail to regularly wash their hands. Hospitals employ trained health care workers and are fairly controlled, well-defined settings, with different considerations from those of a pandemic across many environments in the real world. By that criterion, airborne transmission of the measles virus, which is undisputed, would not be accepted because no one has cultivated that pathogen from room air. The skepticism about airborne transmission is at odds with the acceptance of droplet transmission.
Persons: That’s, . Marr, Joseph Allen, T.H, Chapin, Mount Vernon, , Shelly Miller, airflows Organizations: Guidance, of Public Health, Mount, University of Colorado Locations: United States, Chan, University of Colorado Boulder
The Washington Post reported that the Trump DOJ secretly pulled three of their reporters' phone records in 2017. The three reporters had been covering Russia's influence in the 2016 election. In the early days of the Trump administration, the Justice Department covertly pulled phone records from several Washington Post journalists and also tried to source their email records, according to government letters sent to the reporters and reviewed by The Post. The letters said that the records included their personal, work, or home phone numbers and allegedly did not include any information about whether Justice Department leadership approved the subpoena. "The Department of Justice should immediately make clear its reasons for this intrusion into the activities of reporters doing their jobs, an activity protected under the First Amendment."
Persons: Trump, Ellen Nakashima, Greg Miller, Adam Entous, Marc Raimondi, Cameron Barr Organizations: Washington Post, Trump DOJ, Justice Department, The Post, DOJ, United States Department of Justice, Justice, Department
Justice Dept. Seizes Washington Post’s Phone Records
  + stars: | 2021-05-07 | by ( Adam Goldman | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
The Post reported that the two men had discussed the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election, when Mr. Sessions at a Trump campaign event at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington. The Times has not received any indication that its reporters’ records were seized. In August 2017, Mr. In 2013, prosecutors obtained the phone records of reporters and editors of The Associated Press.
Persons: Sergey I, Kislyak, Jeff Sessions, Trump, Sessions, — Ellen Nakashima, Greg Miller, Adam Entous, Obama Organizations: Justice Department, Republican, Post, Yorker, The New York Times, Trump, Mayflower, The Times, , Associated Press Locations: United States, Alabama, U.S, Washington, Russia
Twitter suspended an account on Thursday that appeared to be circumventing its ban on former President Donald Trump by posting messages he shared on his own website. On Thursday morning, a Twitter accounts with the handle “@DJTDesk” appeared on Twitter. The website contains many of the statements the former president has issued via press release in the months since he was banned from Twitter and several other social media sites. Twitter suspended the Trump blog account @DJTDesk. Following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, Twitter permanently suspended Trump’s account.
Persons: Donald Trump, , , ” Jason Miller, Trump, Donald J, Brandy Zadrozny Organizations: Twitter, Trump, America, NBC News, NBC, Big Tech, U.S . Capitol, Facebook
Across the country, Latino restaurant owners and employees are hopeful the national vaccine rollout and the easing of some Covid-19 restrictions will bring more customers — and much-needed revenue to their hard-hit businesses. The Covid-19 crisis has hit Latino small businesses particularly hard, yet a Stanford University study found that Latino business owners had their PPP loans approved at half the rate of white-owned businesses. “Restaurant owners have been telling us that relying on take out and delivery-only will mean cutting staff as much as 90 percent,” Lilly Rocha, chair of the Latino Restaurant Association, said. “We have had to work a lot harder, but we’ve learned a lot from this pandemic," Martinez said. "Latino businesses have retained energy and hope that these circumstances will change."
Persons: Stephanie Sanchez, Sanchez, La Chupería, Ulysses Leal, Leal, Leo Duran, , “ It’s, Duran, , ” Lilly Rocha, there's, “ We’ve, Christian Castro, Castro, , Cristina Martinez, Ben Miller, ” Miller, Martinez, don’t, we’ve Organizations: ANGELES, Cinco de, Stanford University, J, National Guard, National Restaurant Association, , Latino Restaurant Association, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, Pico Union, Cal State, Cinco de Mayo, South Philly, Cinco, Facebook, Twitter Locations: La, Mexican, Cinco de Mayo, El Paso , Texas, Korea, Vietnam, ” El Paso, morgues, United States, Los Angeles County, Cal State Los Angeles, Los Angeles, South, Philadelphia, South Philadelphia, Mexico, Cinco de
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