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He seemed skeptical of arguments from lawyers for Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, and Sidney Powell. Dominion sued Giuliani, Powell, and MyPillow in three separate lawsuits filed in January and February, each one alleging $1.3 billion in damages. Attorneys for Giuliani, Powell, and Lindell have submitted a wide variety of legal defenses in recent months asking Nichols to throw out the lawsuits. Joe Sibley, representing Giuliani, said Dominion couldn't show evidence it had lost government contracts because of the Trump lawyer's allegations. Aside from their federal lawsuits with Dominion, each of the conspiracy theorists faces other headaches.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, Sidney Powell, Carl J, Nichols, Giuliani, Powell, Donald Trump, Lindell, , Thomas Clare, Howard Kleinman, Powell's, Douglas Daniels, Joe Sibley, Dominion's Organizations: Dominion, Trump, Service, Dominion Voting Systems, US, Giuliani, Lindell, MyPillow, Justice Department Locations: Washington ,, York, Ukraine, Smartmatic, cahoots, Minnesota
MLB roundup: Kyle Schwarber HRs twice to power Nats over Marlins
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Schwarber hit a homer to lead off the game and added a three-run shot in his second at-bat in just the 13th time that Schwarber hit leadoff for Washington. He has delivered 12 home runs in those games and is already tied for third in franchise history with five leadoff homers. He is one of just four players in MLB history with at least eight homers and 15 RBIs in a five-game span. The Marlins couldn't get a runner past first base until the fifth inning, and they have now scored just five runs over their past four games. Detroit starter Jose Urena (2-8) gave up six runs, four earned, on eight hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Persons: Kyle Schwarber, Sam Navarro, Schwarber, Jazz Chisholm, lofted, Yordan Alvarez, Myles Straw, Carlos Correa, Yuli Gurriel, Martin Maldonado, Akil Baddoo, Jose Urena, Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier, Margot, Christian Vazquez, Matt Barnes, Nick Pivetta, Michael Wacha, Gary Sanchez, Jameson Taillon, Aaron Judge, Luke Voit, Giancarlo Stanton, Sanchez, Sebastian Rivero, Rivero, Aroldis Chapman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Reese McGuire, Tony Santillan, Nick Castellanos, Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Jed Lowrie, Lowrie, Chris Bassitt, Kolby Allard, Bryan Reynolds, Louis, Reynolds, Adam Frazier, Phillip Evans, Colin Moran, Chad Kuhl, Carlos Martinez, Eddie Rosario, Blake Parker, James Karinchak, Bobby Bradley, Austin Hedges, Jorge Alcala Organizations: Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins, USA, Washington, National League, MLB, Nationals, NL, Miami, Marlins, Astros, Tigers, Detroit, Rays, Red Sox, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay's, Boston, Yankees, Royals, Kansas City, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Toronto ., American League, Philadelphia Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Reds, Braves, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Rangers, Oakland, Athletics, Pirates, Cardinals, Pittsburgh, Twins, Thomson Locations: Miami , Florida, USA, loanDepot, Houston, Boston, St . Petersburg, Fla, York, Buffalo, Toronto . Baltimore, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Minnesota
MLB roundup: 4 Cubs pitchers combine to no-hit Dodgers
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
It was the 17th no-hitter in Cubs history but the first thrown by more than one pitcher. Nationals 7, Marlins 3Kyle Schwarber clubbed two homers and drove in four runs, leading blazing-hot Washington past host Miami. He has delivered 12 home runs in those games and is already tied for third in franchise history with five leadoff homers. The Marlins have scored just five runs over their past four games. Cardinals starter Carlos Martinez (3-9) allowed five runs in five innings on five hits and seven walks, one of them intentional.
Persons: Willson Contreras, Jayne Kamin, Zach Davies, Ryan Tepera, Andrew Chafin, Craig Kimbrel, Davies, Kimbrel, Chris Taylor, Cody Bellinger, Albert Pujols, Will Smith, Kyle Schwarber, Schwarber, Jazz Chisholm, lofted, Yordan Alvarez, Myles Straw, Carlos Correa, Yuli Gurriel, Martin Maldonado, Akil Baddoo, Jose Urena, Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier, Margot, Christian Vazquez, Matt Barnes, Nick Pivetta, Michael Wacha, Gary Sanchez, Jameson Taillon, Aaron Judge, Luke Voit, Giancarlo Stanton, Sanchez, Sebastian Rivero, Rivero, Aroldis Chapman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Reese McGuire, Tony Santillan, Nick Castellanos, Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Jed Lowrie, Lowrie, Chris Bassitt, Kolby Allard, Bryan Reynolds, Louis, Reynolds, Adam Frazier, Phillip Evans, Colin Moran, Chad Kuhl, Carlos Martinez, Eddie Rosario, Blake Parker, James Karinchak, Bobby Bradley, Austin Hedges, Jorge Alcala Organizations: Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger, Cubs, Nationals, Marlins, Miami, Washington, NL, Astros, Tigers, Detroit, Rays, Red Sox, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay's, Boston, Yankees, Royals, Kansas City, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Toronto ., American League, Philadelphia Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Reds, Braves, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Rangers, Oakland, Athletics, Pirates, Cardinals, Pittsburgh, Twins, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, USA, Washington, Houston, Boston, St . Petersburg, Fla, York, Buffalo, Toronto . Baltimore, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Minnesota
A jury found Chauvin, 45, guilty on April 20 of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. read moreProsecutors have asked for a 30-year prison sentence, double the upper limit indicated in sentencing guidelines for a first-time offender. read more Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill ruled earlier this month that prosecutors have established grounds for giving Chauvin a harsher sentence. Chauvin, who chose not to testify at his trial, has a right to address the judge before he is sentenced. The three are due to face trial next year on charges of aiding and abetting Floyd's murder.
Persons: Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, Chauvin, Peter Cahill, Floyd, general's, Cahill, Eric Nelson, Mary Moriarty, Hennepin, Mohamed Noor, Justine Damond, Floyd's, Jonathan Allen, Donna Bryson, Grant McCool Organizations: Prosecutors, Thomson Locations: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, United States, Minnesota, Chauvin, Oak Park, Australian American
MINNEAPOLIS — Twelve jurors took about 10 hours to convict Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd. Stinson said he expects Chauvin will receive a lengthy prison term. The prosecution has asked that Chauvin be sentenced to 30 years. Eric Nelson, Chauvin's attorney, has asked that he receive probation with time served or for a downward departure from sentencing guidelines. Christopher Brown, a lawyer in Virginia who specializes in excessive force cases, said he believes Chauvin will receive a harsh sentence.
Persons: Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, Chauvin, , Philip Stinson, Stinson, Eric Nelson, Floyd, Peter Cahill, Cahill, Chauvin's, Christopher Brown, Brown, Wayne Jones, Jason Van Dyke, Laquan McDonald, Van Dyke, Vincent Gaughan, Van, Gloria Browne, Marshall, John Jay, Kenneth Bluew, Jennifer Webb, Bluew, Marcus Eberhart, Gregory Lewis, Gregory Lewis Towns Jr, Browne, Keith Ellison's Organizations: Bowling Green State University, Department of Justice's, of Justice Statistics, Chicago, John, John Jay College of Criminal, City University of New, Buena Vista Police Department, Gregory Lewis Towns, Local Locations: MINNEAPOLIS, Minneapolis, Ohio, New Hampshire, Hennepin County, Minnesota, Virginia, Martinsburg , West Virginia, Cook County, City University of New York, Michigan, Georgia, Atlanta, East
Failed attempts to pass marriage equality measures in 2007 and 2009, however, left supporters deflated. Andrew Cuomo was sworn into office in January after making same-sex marriage a key plank in his campaign. “We had the opposite of momentum,” said Brian Ellner, who left then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office in 2011 to help lead New Yorkers for Marriage Equality. During the race, Marchione questioned McDonald’s conservative bona fides, claiming he backed same-sex marriage to secure campaign donations. That May, then-Vice President Joe Biden came out in favor of same-sex marriage, quickly followed by President Barack Obama.
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The Postal Service's 10-year plan could slow mail delivery times by as much as two extra days. The new policies would heavily impact delivery times along the West Coast, as well as parts of Florida and Texas. The service cuts could make it even harder for USPS to compete with delivery services like Amazon Prime. A new US Postal Service plan could tack on as much as two extra days to mail delivery times for some Americans, according to a recent analysis from The Washington Post. Currently, the standard delivery time for USPS packages is about 2-3 days, but the publication reported the new plan would create average delivery times between 2-5 days.
Persons: General Louis DeJoy, Read, Louis DeJoy, DeJoy Organizations: USPS, Amazon, US Postal Service, Washington Post, Postal Regulatory Commission, Las, Postal Service, FedEx, United Parcel Service, Read The Washington Posts Locations: West Coast, Florida, Texas, Seattle , Portland, Washington , Oregon , Montana , Idaho , Wyoming , California , Nevada , Utah , Colorado , Arizona, New Mexico , Texas, North Dakota, Florida , New York , Minnesota , Missouri , Mississippi , Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia , Kentucky , Indiana, Vermount , New Hampshire , Maryland
U.S. lawmakers say they have reached policing reform deal, give no details
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi/File PhotoWASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers said on Thursday they had reached an agreement on a framework for a policing reform bill, after weeks of talks. "Over the next few weeks we look forward to continuing our work toward getting a finalized proposal across the finish line." Bipartisan talks on policing were resurrected earlier this year, around the time a Minnesota jury convicted a former police officer of murdering George Floyd. The talks also came nearly a year after previous efforts for police reform stalled in Congress. A sticking point in policing talks had been the issue of qualified immunity.
Persons: George Floyd, Nicholas Pfosi, Tim Scott, Cory Booker, Karen Bass, Scott, Floyd, Derek Chauvin kneeled, Makini Brice, Matthew Lewis Organizations: George, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, Democratic, Senate, Unions, Thomson Locations: Minneapolis , Minnesota, U.S, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Washington
If you were ever to say you were gay (when Moon played), that’d be like you were considered soft. Moon played in the league from 1984 to 2000. Whether the NFL at that time was aware that gay players were on team rosters, Moon says he doesn't know. No one felt comfortable coming out," says Rapoport of her early years at the NFL. Part of why Carl Nassib coming out is so impactful, I think, is it takes the first active player to come out and that will catalyze that movement.
Persons: Warren Moon, Moon, We've, Carl Nassib, Warren, Stephen Dunn, Pop Warner, that’d, they’ve, , Roger Goodell, Carl, Maxx, Chris Unger, Michael Sam, Sam, Sam couldn’t, Marvin Washington, Esera, Jeff Hostetler, Esera Tuaolo, Tuaolo, I’ve, you’re, Cyd Ziegler, Outsports.com, Nassib, Ziegler, He's, Sam Rapoport, Rapoport, Goodell, Michael Sam's Organizations: of Fame, NFL, Houston Oilers, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City, NBC, Las Vegas Raiders, Warren Moon, Kansas City Chiefs, American Football Conference West, San Diego Chargers, Qualcomm, Calif, Pop, Maxx Crosby, Allegiant, St, Louis Rams, University of Missouri, Jets, 49ers, Denver Broncos, Raiders, Los Angeles Coliseum, Vikings Locations: San Diego, Las Vegas, Washington, Los Angeles
PAY-TO-PLAY ACCESS: For $725 a year, you can be invited to an elite donor club that has regular policy talks with Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Klobuchar isn't the only lawmaker to offer pay-to-play access for donors — but specifics are usually kept under wraps. Read our exclusive report on Klobuchar's elite club of donors. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and the Democratic leadership speaking with reporters about progress on an infrastructure bill and voting-rights legislation on June 15. Here's what the workers told us.
Persons: Brent Griffiths, Jordan Erb, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang, Sen, Amy Klobuchar, Anna Moneymaker, Raphael Warnock of, Klobuchar, Chuck Schumer, Scott Applewhite, Joe Manchin, Andy Slavitt, Nicholas Carlson, Slavitt, Joe Biden's, Angus King of Maine, That's, Mark Warner, Virginia, Trump, Donald Trump, Biden, Jen Psaki, Mike Dunleavy, they've, it's, Hubble, Here's what's, Britney Spears, Spears Organizations: Oma, New York, Democratic, Stars, Republicans, GOP, FCC, Daily, Justice Department, NBC, COVID, White, Capitol, Federal Housing Administration, Hubble, NASA, New York Times Locations: Brooklyn's, Minnesota, Raphael Warnock of Georgia, West Virginia, Alaska, Washington, Los Angeles
Your mortgage rate will also depend on your finances and which type of mortgage you get. Mortgage and refinance rates by stateCheck the latest rates in your state at the links below. AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWashington DCWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingHow are mortgage rates determined? Employment and inflation are the two main economical factors that impact mortgage rates. When employment numbers and inflation go up, mortgage rates tend to follow suit.
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Live Live Updates: Harris to Visit Southern Border Amid Republican Criticism Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to El Paso on Friday with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas. President Biden is set to deliver remarks on gun violence as homicides rise in some cities, raising concerns about efforts to overhaul policing. The visit will come just days before former President Donald J. Trump is set to visit the border with a group of House Republicans and Gov. While she said no one likes the conservatorship, she does not expect any push by the Biden administration to end it anytime soon. Mr. Biden dispatched aides to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for discussions that his press secretary, Jen Psaki, said yielded progress.
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For Democrats, the only way to break their voting rights legislation free of Republican opposition is by changing the Senate’s filibuster rules — an institution-shaking step that so far remains out of reach. But while the filibuster is proving hard to kill, it has been wounded. The unanimous Republican refusal to allow the Senate to open a debate sought by every Democrat on the expansive elections and ethics measure — coupled with the recent filibuster of other legislation with bipartisan support — has armed opponents with fresh evidence of how the tactic can be employed to give the minority veto power over the majority. Democrats and activists say the increasing Republican reliance on the filibuster will only intensify calls to jettison it and potentially bring about critical mass for a rules change as Democrats remain determined to pass some form of the elections measure and other parts of their agenda opposed by Republicans. “I think as people see them stopping more things, minds might change,” Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of Minnesota and one of the chief sponsors of the voting bill, said on Wednesday.
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And while someone coming out in 2021 might not feel like a big deal, with that simple statement, Nassib became the first openly gay active player in NFL history. With that simple statement, Nassib became the first openly gay active player in NFL history. This, of course, doesn’t mean there haven’t been closeted gay players. In 2014, Michael Sam became the first openly gay player to be drafted by an NFL team, when the St. Louis Rams took him in the seventh round, but he never played in a game. (In 2015, he became the first openly gay player in the Canadian Football League when he spent a season with the Montreal Alouettes.)
Persons: Carl Nassib, , Nassib, Collin Martin, Martin, Michael Sam, Ryan Russell, Wade Davis III, New England Patriot Ryan O’Callaghan, “ “, ” O’Callaghan, Outsports, ” Davis, , O'Callaghan, Trevor, didn’t, don’t Organizations: Las Vegas Raiders, Human, U.S, Soccer, USL Championship League, Major League Soccer’s Minnesota United, NFL, Louis Rams, Canadian Football League, Montreal Alouettes, Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriot, Research, , Raiders
MLB roundup: D-backs snap 17-game losing streak
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Ketel Marte contributed two hits, an RBI and a run as the Diamondbacks recorded their first victory since June 1. Milwaukee was held to five hits and lost for the sixth time in its past eight games. Brandon Bielak entered in the eighth and lost the no-hitter when Maikel Franco hit a two-run homer with one out. Atlanta's Kyle Muller made his first career start, and he allowed one run on one hit in four innings. Kyle Gibson (5-0) tossed 5 1/3 strong innings to help the Rangers snap a six-game losing skid.
Persons: Merrill Kelly, Rick Scuteri, Ketel Marte, Yu Darvish, Manny Machado, Jake Cronenworth, Darvish, Steven Souza Jr, Mookie Betts, Jake Odorizzi, Cristian Javier, Yordan Alvarez, DJ Stewart, Javier, Brandon Bielak, Maikel Franco, Jacob deGrom, Dominic Smith, Ozzie Albies, Atlanta's Kyle Muller, Ronald Acuna Jr, Ian Anderson, Will Smith, Smith, Kevin, Brandon Drury, Miguel Sano, Sano socked, Heath Hembree, Andrelton Simmons, Nelson Cruz, Max Kepler, Alex Kirilloff, Luis Arraez, Sano, Eugenio Suarez, Aristides Aquino, Jonathan India, Bobby Bradley, Josh Naylor, Aaron Civale, Bryan Shaw, Andy Ibanez, Jose Trevino, Adolis Garcia, Nate Lowe, Kyle Gibson Organizations: Arizona Diamondbacks, Milwaukee Brewers, Chase, Arizona, Diamondbacks, Milwaukee, Padres, Dodgers, San, Los, Los Angeles, Astros, Orioles, Houston, Baltimore, The Astros, Mets, Braves, New York, Atlanta, Reds, Twins, The Reds, Cubs, Cleveland, Chicago, Rangers, Athletics, Oakland, Texas, A's, Thomson Locations: Phoenix , Arizona, USA, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Texas, Arlington , Texas
Current mortgage ratesMortgage type Average rate today 15-year fixed 2.59% 30-year fixed 3.54% 7/1 ARM 4.23% 10/1 ARM 3.89% 30-year FHA 2.77% VA mortgage loan 2.83%Conventional rates from Money.com; government-backed rates from RedVentures. Current refinance ratesMortgage type Average rate today 15-year fixed 2.80% 30-year fixed 3.95% 7/1 ARM 4.75% 10/1 ARM 4.11% 30-year FHA 2.76% VA mortgage loan 2.88%Conventional rates from Money.com; government-backed rates from RedVentures. AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWashington DCWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingThe forecast for mortgage rates in 2021Mortgage rates should stay low for a couple more months, but you may see rates start rising in late summer or fall. When employment numbers and inflation improve, mortgage rates increase; when they get worse, mortgage rates decrease. Unemployment and inflation need to have long-term, steady growth for mortgage rates to increase, though.
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Students form Michigan?s Clarkston Junior High School visit the Vietnam Memorial during their 8th grade trip to Washington, U.S., June 18, 2021. Clarkston Junior High School had pushed back their Washington trip for a year, waiting until the COVID-19 case numbers were low and enough tourist sites were open to make their 10-hour bus trip worthwhile. They finally embarked in mid-June with nearly three dozen students, a handful of chaperones and a slightly altered itinerary from their pre-pandemic tradition. COVID-SAFE ITINERARYThe Clarkston group’s chaperones took each student’s temperature twice a day and reminded them to mask up when indoors, even though some were vaccinated. As tourist sites are gradually reopening, school groups have largely been limited to outdoor stops, including a walking tour of Arlington National Cemetery, photos outside the White House and a Nationals baseball game.
Persons: Evelyn Hockstein WASHINGTON, Athena Tedder, chaperones, ” Tedder, , Bob Gogel, ” Gogel, Michael Greve, " Greve, Collin Elliott, Washington, Elliott, Lois Mobisa, Gabriella Borter, Paul Thomasch, Lisa Shumaker Organizations: Michigan, Clarkston Junior High School, REUTERS, Washington, National Cemetery, White, Nationals, Smithsonian Museums, Capitol, Arlington National Cemetery, Valley Middle, Thomson Locations: Clarkston, Vietnam, Washington , U.S, Clarkston , Michigan, Washington, United States, Arlington, Apple Valley , Minnesota, Minnesota, Kenya, East
Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey, and Tina Smith want to ensure borrowers are ready to restart paying student loans. They sent letters to the CEOs of student-loan servicers asking how they are preparing borrowers. Student-loan payments have been on pause for the duration of the pandemic, providing significant financial relief to borrowers. But the pause is set to lift in October, and some Democrats want to ensure borrowers are as prepared as possible. The Democrats requested information from seven student-loan servicers, and wrote in the letter that "student-loan servicers have an abysmal track record of helping borrowers navigate financial problems and complex repayment plans."
Persons: Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey, Tina Smith, Elizabeth Warren of, Tina Smith of, Warren, Sallie Mae, Navient, John Remondi, Miguel Cardona, Smith, Markey Organizations: Massachusetts, Harvard, Education Department Locations: Sens, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Tina Smith of Minnesota
If you pay at least $725 per year, Sen. Amy Klobuchar will invite you into an elite club of donors who have regular policy talks with her. Klobuchar's campaign committee sent would-be donors a detailed list of price points to get exclusive access to conversations with the senator, according to documents obtained by Insider. Klobuchar is chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, which has oversight over federal elections and campaign finance law. In 2018, the last time she ran for Senate, Klobuchar defeated her Republican opponent by a wide margin — about 24 percentage points. As of March 31, Klobuchar's re-election campaign committee had more than $1.2 million cash on hand, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Persons: Sen, Amy Klobuchar's, Amy Klobuchar, Raphael Warnock of, Warnock, Klobuchar, Stephen Spaulding, Spaulding, Republican Sen, Mike Crapo's, Read, Klobuchar's, doesn't Organizations: Minnesota Democrat, North Star, North Star Committee, Act, Senate Democratic, Republican, Democratic, Senate, Commission Locations: Minnesota, Raphael Warnock of Georgia
How an Anti-Corruption Bill Became a Showdown on Democracy
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Jonathan Weisman | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
The failure of that strategy will become clear on Tuesday. With Republicans making good on their promise to block it, a first procedural vote in the Senate will leave the legislation far short of the 60 votes it needs to advance, dooming the bill and leaving Democrats with an issue to campaign on, but not the big legislative victory progressives had sought. The story of how the bill reached this point is one of shifting political imperatives, practical challenges, legislative changes and, in the end, an entrenched Republican opposition. “That is the work you would do when you get into reality,” Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of Minnesota and the chairwoman of the committee that tried to reshape the House bill into a more workable version. And once again, intense public interest, after the Capitol riot of Jan. 6 and the focus on voting access ever since, will not be enough to carry the day, just as the massacre of school children at Sandy Hook Elementary School was not enough to secure 60 Senate votes on gun background checks in 2013.
Persons: Amy Klobuchar Organizations: Trump, Sandy Hook Elementary Locations: Minnesota, Washington
For families who want to opt out of receiving the advanced child tax credit payments that are set to start next month, the IRS now has a tool available to unenroll. The child tax credit payments, which were set up and expanded under the American Rescue Plan passed earlier this year, amount to $3,000 annually per child ages 6 to 17 and $3,600 annually for children under 6. To stop advanced payments, families must unenroll three days before the first Thursday of the next month, according to the IRS. Those who unenroll will receive their payments as the full child tax credit when they file their 2021 taxes. Sign up now: Get smarter about your money and career with our weekly newsletterDon't miss: You may have to repay some of the advance child tax credit next year.
Persons: Ben Wacek, Matthew Saneholtz, Saneholtz Organizations: IRS, American, Financial Locations: Minnesota, Florida
All 50 American governors — from the arch-conservative to decidedly liberal — are now vaccinated against COVID-19, according to an Insider survey of the states' chief executives. Read more: US will likely miss Biden's July 4 COVID-19 goal of having 70% of adults vaccinated, White House saysAlaska Gov. Zink said that she personally vaccinated Dunleavy. And five governors received it because they were included as essential workers in their state as elected officials, or for "continuity of government." By March 24, that number had increased to 30 vaccinated governors.
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President Joe Biden was expected to give an update on Monday on whether the White House will accept a pared-down infrastructure bill negotiated by bipartisan group of lawmakers. If that happens, the sources said, the biofuels bills could be rolled into a massive spending bill with economic priorities Biden omitted from the infrastructure talks. Democrats and the White House hope the spending bill will pass along party lines this fall in a process called reconciliation. The U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard requires refiners to blend biofuels like ethanol into fuel or buy tradable credits from competitors who do. This would lower the amount of renewable fuel refiners must blend in the future and create a price cap on compliance credits.
Persons: Brian Snyder, Joe Biden, Biden, Archer Daniels, Amy Klobuchar, Cheri Bustos, Cindy Axne, ” Bustos Organizations: Reuters, Democratic, U.S . Congress, REUTERS, Archer Daniels Midland, Renewable Energy Group, Farm, Cheri Bustos of Illinois, White, refiners, U.S . Renewable, U.S Environmental Protection Agency, American, Electric, “ Investments Locations: Des Moines , Iowa, U.S, Minnesota, Iowa, United States
MLB roundup: Kyle Schwarber belts 3 homers in Nationals' win
  + stars: | 2021-06-21 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
Schwarber, who went deep twice in Washington's 6-2 win on Saturday night, has nine homers in his past 10 games and 18 on the season. Washington starter Patrick Corbin (5-5) allowed two runs on four hits and struck out seven in six-plus innings. He worked four innings and allowed one run on three hits and a walk, and he struck out two. Dinelson Lamet (2-2) allowed four hits in five innings and a walk with seven strikeouts to pick up the win. Kenta Maeda (3-2) picked up his first victory since a May 3 win over the Rangers in Minneapolis.
Persons: Kyle Schwarber, Amber Searls, Schwarber, Juan Soto, Starlin Castro, Patrick Corbin, Brad Hand, Gary Sanchez, Sean Manaea, Matt Olson, Jordan Montgomery, Abraham Toro, Carlos Correa, Lance McCullers Jr, Dallas Keuchel, Keuchel, Correa slugged, Jake Lamb, Kolten Wong, Daniel Vogelbach, Derek Fisher, Devin Williams, Brad Boxberger, C.J . Cron, Trevor Story, Yonathan Daza, Joshua Fuentes, Raimel Tapia, Nolan Arenado, Paul Goldschmidt, Adam Wainwright, Louis, Arenado, Goldschmidt, Josh Tomlin, Wainwright, Justin Verlander, Ronald Acuna Jr, Drew Smyly, Ozzie Albies, Kwang Hyun Kim, Daz Cameron's, Cameron, Mike Cameron, Raisel Iglesias, Jose Cisnero, Michael Fulmer, Shohei Ohtani, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Ohtani, Enrique Hernandez, Mike Minor, Hunter Renfroe, Alec Mills, Mills, Ryan Tepera, Andrew Chafin, Craig Kimbrel, Kimbrel, Wil Myers, Dinelson Lamet, Mark Melancon, Luis Castillo, Castillo, Wilmer Flores, Sammy Long, Flores, Mike Yastrzemski, Brandon Crawford, Albert Pujols, Pujols, Pollock, Chris Taylor, Justin Turner, Tony Gonsolin, Luis Torrens, Ty France, Josh Naylor, Harold Ramirez, Sam Hentges, Phil Maton, James Karinchak, JT Brubaker, Hyun Jin Ryu, Reese McGuire, Bo Bichette, Trey Mancini, Pedro Severino, Byron Buxton, Luis Arraez, Andrelton Simmons, Trevor Larnach, Kenta Maeda, Dane Dunning Organizations: District of Columbia, Washington Nationals, New York Mets, Nationals, Yankees, Athletics, Oakland, Boston Red Sox, New York, Astros, White Sox, Houston, The Astros, Chicago, Brewers, Rockies, Milwaukee, Colorado, Cardinals, Braves, Atlanta, St, Tigers, Detroit, 10th, Angels, Royals, Red Sox, Kansas City, Boston, The Royals, Minor, Cubs, Marlins, Miami, The Cubs, Padres, Reds, San, Giants, Phillies, Dodgers, Diamondbacks, Arizona, National League West, Mariners, Rays, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Pirates, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Rangers, Minnesota, Thomson Locations: Washington, District, USA, New York, Chicago, Denver, Colorado, C.J, Atlanta, St, Los Angeles, Anaheim , Calif, Boston . Kansas City, Minnesota, Mills, Diego, Cincinnati, San Diego, Philadelphia, Realmuto, Angeles, San Francisco, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Texas, Arlington, Minneapolis
Today's mortgage and refinance rates are low overall, although fixed rates are significantly lower than adjustable rates. Mortgage rates shouldn't drastically increase until employment and inflation in the US start to steadily improve. How mortgage rates workA mortgage interest rate is the fee a lender charges for borrowing money, expressed as a percentage. Today's mortgage and refinance ratesToday's mortgage ratesMortgage type Average rate today 15-year fixed 2.44% 30-year fixed 3.38% 7/1 ARM 4.28% 10/1 ARM 3.90% 30-year FHA 2.77% VA mortgage loan 2.83%Conventional rates from Money.com; government-backed rates from RedVentures. The best mortgage lender will be different for an FHA mortgage than for a VA mortgage.
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