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shawn latourette, new jersey commissioner of environmental protectionThe state and environmental groups are scrambling to restore the cedar species in environments that aren’t as immediately threatened by impending storm surges. Foresters and environmental groups are largely focused on restoring forests in new homes, where they won’t be hit by sea level rise. “We’re trying to put this forest type back on the landscape,” State Forester John Sacco said. There are suites of organisms that occur with this forest type that you really don’t find in other forests. A healthy cedar forest will take decades to develop, and they’re playing catch up after losing more than 80 percent of the woodlands due to logging over the last two centuries.
Persons: , Kristin Meistrell, Meistrell, she’s, shawn latourette, “ We’re, Forester John Sacco Organizations: New Jersey Audubon Society, Foresters, New Locations: New Jersey
WASHINGTON — A federal law enforcement officer was arrested carrying a gun at Saturday’s rally at the U.S. Capitol billed to support the suspects charged in January’s riot but will not be prosecuted. He was arrested by Capitol Police for illegally possessing a gun on the grounds of the Capitol after people in the crowd reported seeing him with a handgun and notified nearby officers. Four people were arrested, including the Customs and Border Protection officer. Generally, under federal law, law enforcement officers are given reciprocity to legally carry their weapons in other states, even those with restrictive gun laws. Two law enforcement officials said the officer was not at the rally in any official capacity.
Persons: WASHINGTON, , Organizations: U.S, Capitol, U.S . Customs, Capitol Police, Trump, National Guard, Police, Customs and Border, U.S . Capitol, Department, Homeland, Protection Locations: New Jersey, U.S, Washington
“This claim is complete fiction and has no basis in fact or law,” a representative for Black said on Tuesday. The filing said that after giving Doe $300, Black violently assaulted her and caused her “tearing pain” in the massage room in Epstein’s mansion. Black paid Doe $5,000 when they later met in Manhattan’s St. Regis Hotel, after she “allowed herself to be convinced to see him,” the filing said. Black, who is married, has said he paid Ganieva $100,000 a month for several years not to discuss their consensual 6-1/2-year relationship after she tried to extort him of $100 million. Black stepped down here from Apollo this year after an outside independent review found he had paid Epstein $158 million for tax and estate planning.
Persons: Leon Black, Jeffrey Epstein’s, Jane Doe, Guzel Ganieva, , Black, perpetrating, Epstein, Doe, Epstein massages, , Jeanne Christensen, Ganieva, Jonathan Stempel, Rosalba O’Brien Organizations: Apollo Global Management Inc Locations: Manhattan, New York, New Jersey, Epstein’s, Manhattan’s St, Regis
Concerns over Evergrande acted as a boiling point for markets trading near record highs, amid coronavirus concerns and sluggish economic growth. Taper fears have already roiled markets so far in September, and along with seasonally weak trends, have set the S&P 500 on course to snap a seven-month winning streak. The S&P 500 index traded substantially below its 50-day moving average, its first major breach in more than six months. Analysts say a breach of the index’s 200-day moving average is now in sight. The S&P 500 posted no new 52-week high and no new low, while the Nasdaq recorded 19 new highs and 24 new lows.
Persons: Wall, there’s, , Andre Bakhos, Taper, Bakhos, Hurricane Ida, decliners Organizations: Dow, Nasdaq, Federal, New Vines Capital, Dow Jones, Analysts, Apple Inc, Tesla Inc, Facebook, NYSE Locations: Bernardsville , New Jersey, Hurricane
Wall Street set to jump from Evergrande-led rout
  + stars: | 2021-09-21 | by ( Ambar Warrick | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +3 min
FILE PHOTO: The front facade of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in New York, U.S., February 16, 2021. The S&P 500 has now fallen for nine out of the 11 sessions since it hit a record high at the beginning of September. Taper fears have already roiled markets so far in September, and along with seasonally weak trends, have set the S&P 500 on course to snap a seven-month winning streak. ET, S&P 500 e-minis were up 26.5 points, or 0.61%, and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 93 points, or 0.62%. The S&P 500 index dropped substantially below its 50-day moving average on Monday, its first major breach in more than six months.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, there’s, , Andre Bakhos, Taper, Bakhos Organizations: Reuters, Federal, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, , New Vines Capital, Nasdaq, Analysts, McMoRan Inc, Apple Inc, Tesla Inc, Facebook Locations: New York, U.S, Bernardsville , New Jersey, Freeport
The Nasdaq rose the most among the three main indexes on gains in major technology stocks, which have become a de facto defensive space due to their resilience through the COVID-19 pandemic. Taper fears have already roiled markets so far in September, and, along with seasonally weak trends, have set the S&P 500 on course to snap a seven-month winning streak. The S&P 500 index traded substantially below its 50-day moving average, its first major breach in more than six months. While the S&P 500’s 100-day moving average had served as a support level on Monday, analysts say a breach of the index’s 200-day moving average is now in sight. The S&P 500 posted no new 52-week highs and three new lows while the Nasdaq recorded 45 new highs and 79 new lows.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, there’s, , Andre Bakhos, Taper, Bakhos, Hurricane Ida Organizations: Reuters, China, Federal Reserve, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Nasdaq, , New Vines Capital, Dow Jones, NYSE Locations: New York, U.S, Bernardsville , New Jersey, Hurricane
There appears to be no sailing around the breathtaking backup of container ships off the jammed ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The neighboring California ports are the principal seaborne gateway to the U.S. thanks to the growth of containerization over the past 60 years and an explosion in goods trade, particularly U.S. trade with China. Smaller ports like Oakland and Seattle can handle just a fraction of the containers processed at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. In recent weeks, the Port of Savannah has had 20 or more ships at anchor waiting for a berth. Companies that mitigated risk by shipping through alternative ports have found themselves snarled by the Southern California congestion in other ways, too.
Persons: , Nathan Strang, Justin Sullivan, Craig Grossgart, Sri Laxmana, Bjorn Vang Jensen, Griff Lynch, Jordan Haws, Paul Berger Organizations: Sunday, Marine Exchange, Flexport Inc, Shipping, Seko Logistics, Robinson Worldwide Inc, “ Shipping, Intelligence ApS, Georgia Ports Authority, Companies, Malouf, Port Houston, Paul.Berger Locations: Los Angeles, Long Beach, Southern California, Pedro Bay, San Francisco, U.S, California, China, New York, New Jersey, The California, Port of Oakland, Oakland, Seattle, Long, Chicago, West Coast, Angeles, L.A, Itasca, Ill, North America, Gulf, East Coast, Asia, Coast, Denmark, Port, Savannah, Georgia, Logan , Utah, Pacific
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The fundraising arm of the Democratic Party boosted cash transfers to its Virginia state affiliate in August as the party seeks to hold on to the state’s governorship in a closely fought Nov. 2 election. REUTERS/Evelyn HocksteinA campaign finance disclosure filed on Monday showed the Democratic National Committee (DNC) gave nearly $700,000 last month to the Democratic Party of Virginia. That roughly equaled the sum the DNC had transferred to the state party in the prior six months. Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat, is facing Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin in the gubernatorial election. Current Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, a Democrat, cannot seek re-election because of a state rule barring governors from serving consecutive terms.
Persons: Terry McAuliffe, Evelyn Hockstein, Glenn Youngkin, Joe Biden’s, McAuliffe, Ralph Northam, Phil Murphy, Jack Ciattarelli, Murphy, Gavin Newsom, Newsom Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic Party, REUTERS, Democratic National Committee, Democratic Party of Virginia, DNC, Former Virginia, Democrat, Republican, New, U.S . House, New Jersey Democratic, Republican National Committee, RNC, Democratic, Republicans, U.S, Federal, Commission Locations: Virginia, Arlington , Virginia, U.S, New Jersey, California
Rows of solar panels at the Toms River Solar Farm which was built on an EPA Superfund site in Toms River, New Jersey, U.S., 26 May, 2021. Silicon market balanceGlobally, the silicon metal market is estimated at roughly three million tonnes against around 2.5 million tonnes in 2015. It expects solar energy to account for 19% or 658,000 tonnes of total demand this year compared with 598,000 tonnes in 2020. Silicon is also used to make aluminium alloys for the auto industry, silicones for many products including sealants, adhesives and lubricants and semiconductors. Uses of SiliconOne new source of silicon demand could be the lithium-ion rechargeable batteries used for electric vehicles, where the industry is experimenting with replacing the graphite in the anode with silicon, only partially at this stage.
Persons: Dane Rhys, Jorn de Linde, de Linde, Wood Mackenzie, Wood, Kevin Fowkes, Pratima Desai, David Evans Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Toms River , New Jersey, U.S, China, Europe, United States
Here are a few ways you can carry that proof on your smartphone like you would a boarding pass. So here are some ways you can digitize your vaccine card and carry that proof on your phone — and leave your actual card at home, safely tucked away in a desk drawer alongside your passport. Apple's new iOS 15 update includes a Health app for iPhone users to carry a digital form of their vaccination proof. For Android users, you can add the digital vaccine card to Google Pay. The app verifies your identity and immunization and then displays a QR code for you to show.
Persons: doesn't Organizations: Service, Google, Apple, NBA, Washington DC Locations: California, Arizona, North Dakota, West Virginia , Maryland, Washington, Mississippi, Minnesota , New Jersey, Utah
Hydrow broadcasts some of its live content for at-home users from instructors rowing out on the water. Hydrow, the maker of a connected rowing machine, said Tuesday it has secured nearly $200 million in financing after its latest funding round with celebrity backers including Lizzo and Justin Timberlake. Hydrow's machines sell for $2,295, and the company offers on-demand fitness classes including pilates and yoga and rowing instruction through a monthy subscription fee. Meantime, Peloton is rumored to be working on its own rowing device, which could bring Hydrow even more competition. Among the top players in digital fitness, Peloton has held its spot as the most-visited platform in August, followed by BeachBody, Jefferies added.
Persons: Justin Timberlake, Bruce Smith, Hydrow, Smith, we're, Jefferies, BeachBody, Randal Konik Organizations: Bloomberg, Sandbridge X2 Corp, Wall Locations: Georgia , Florida, Texas, New Jersey, New York
But it has become ensnared in partisan politics, with Republicans refusing to allow a debt ceiling increase at a time when Democrats control Congress and the White House. Mr. Biden will argue that a lot has, and insist he is not spinning toward a Cold War with China. The allies recognize, of course, the differences between Mr. Biden and Mr. Trump. But in conversations over the past two weeks, they say they have new concerns about the United States. Al Sharpton, who said he was nervous that Mr. Biden would not follow up his lofty statements and speeches with action.
Persons: Mitch McConnell, Roy Blunt, John Barrasso, John Thune, Joni Ernst, Al Drago, , Rosa DeLauro, Mitch McConnell of, McConnell, Trump, Biden, Doug Mills, Biden’s, Donald J, , Mr, ’ ’ Jen Psaki, Emmanuel Macron, , António Guterres, Scott Morrison of Australia, Xi, Kenny Holston, I’m, Al Sharpton, ” Mr, Sharpton, Read, Kiana, , Fort, Camp Atterbury, ‘ don’t, Jim Wilson, Barack Obama, Kayla Williams, Ms, Williams, McDonough, Denis R, “ Don’t, Bill Clinton, Acuna, Paul Ratje, D.H.S, ” D.H.S, Jen Psaki, Alejandro N Organizations: Capitol, ., The New York Times, Republicans, Treasury Department, White, Democratic, Treasury, Republican, Democrats, General, Video, Credit, New York Times, General Assembly, Bowl, Trump, United Nations, Assembly, Senate, The New York, Disease Control, White House, United States, Dulles International, Virginia Department, Health’s, Marine Corps Base, Holloman Air Force Base, Joint, McGuire, Dix, Veterans, New York Times Veterans, Department of Veterans Affairs, Public, Intergovernmental Affairs, Security, United States Border Patrol, Acuna Del, AFP, . Border Patrol, Department of Homeland Security, Twitter, Border Patrol, Al, U.S . Department of Homeland Security Locations: . Credit, United States, Connecticut, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Afghanistan, Afghan, China, Kabul, France, America, New York, Australia, U.S, Beijing, Washington, United, Virginia, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Fort Lee, Fort Pickett, New Mexico, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Fort Bliss, Texas, Lakehurst, New Jersey, Indiana, San Francisco, Rio Grande, Acuna Del Rio, Del Rio , Texas, Mexico, Rio, Al Jazeera, White, Del Rio
Revolut CEO Nikolay Storonsky Kimberly White/Getty Images for TechCrunchRevolut plans to offer commission-free stock trading to US clients to take on rivals like Robinhood, CNBC first reported. Fintech firm Revolut plans to offer commission-free stock trading to US clients as the London-based startup takes on rivals like Robinhood and Square amid a boom in retail investing, CNBC first reported Tuesday. The firm was approved to be an "introducing broker" and will rely on DriveWealth, a New Jersey-based fintech firm, to clear trade. "We are building a single app where people can manage all aspects of their finances, from banking and foreign exchange to cryptocurrency and stock trading," Storonsky told CNBC. "We're eager to break down common barriers to entry around stock trading such as account minimums and complex interfaces."
Persons: Nikolay Storonsky Kimberly White, Nik Storonsky, Storonsky, We're, Revolut Organizations: TechCrunch, Robinhood, CNBC, Financial Industry, Authority, Tiger Global, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Starling Bank Locations: Europe, London, New Jersey, Japan, India, Australia, Singapore, Mexico, Starling
China's biotech industry has surged in recent years following regulatory and stock-market changes. Growing Chinese biotech companies quietly have begun setting up shop a few miles down the road. Publicly traded Chinese biotech companies have a total market value of about $180 billion, up from $1 billion in 2016, according to a McKinsey analysis published in Endpoints. Just a few years ago, its drug industry could be described as sleepy. So the nation's biotech industry stands to have significant influence on the world.
Persons: Johnson, BeiGene, Brad Loncar, Joshua Chao, Tingshu Wang, Michael Yee, Christian Hogg, Ji Haixin, Anh, Peter Fong, Hutchmed's Hogg, Hogg, PitchBook's Chao, Beijing's Organizations: Johnson, Merck, Legend Biotech, New Jersey —, Insiders, Loncar Investments, Publicly, McKinsey, Food and Drug Administration, Stock Exchange of Hong, pharma, Nasdaq, China, The Stock Exchange of Hong, Reuters, Loncar, Jefferies, FDA, Novartis, AbbVie, Indus Capital Partners, RTW Investments Locations: New Jersey, Hopewell, China, State, Europe, Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, BeiGene, Suzhou, Asia, American
However, splitting up can significantly set retirement savings back, especially for women. That lags married men and women over the age of 65, who in the same year had median household incomes of $67,404 and $64,524, respectively. Women and men who had been widowed or never married also had less money to live on than their married counterparts, and women trailed men in every category. Of course, divorce also impacts men's finances, but usually less so than for women. Here's how women can start to rebuild their retirement savings after a divorce, according to experts.
Persons: it's, Geoffrey Sanzenbacher, Linda Farinola, Farinola Organizations: Center for Retirement Research, Boston College, Financial, Management Locations: Invest, Princeton , New Jersey
FILE PHOTO: An Eli Lilly and Company pharmaceutical manufacturing plant is pictured at 50 ImClone Drive in Branchburg, New Jersey, March 5, 2021. REUTERS/Mike SegarSept 21 (Reuters) - Eli Lilly (LLY.N) on Tuesday announced a pact with the European Commission to supply up to 220,000 doses of its COVID-19 dual antibody cocktail to European countries for patients aged 12 years and older who are at a high risk of progressing to severe disease. The agreement enables participating countries in the European Union and European Economic Area to purchase the products directly from Lilly, following authorization, Lilly said, adding that the quantities purchased may vary based on local needs. While a number of European countries have previously ordered bamlanivimab and etesevimab in the first half of the year and have inventory on hand, this agreement provides access to additional doses for participating countries, should they be needed, Lilly said. Lilly last week said the U.S. government had bought 388,000 additional doses of its COVID-19 antibody therapy, etesevimab to be paired with the existing supply of bamlanivimab.
Persons: Eli Lilly, Mike Segar, Lilly, Manojna, Vinay Dwivedi Organizations: Company, REUTERS, Tuesday, European Commission, European Union, European Economic Area, Thomson Locations: Branchburg , New Jersey, Lilly, U.S, Bengaluru
Travelers pack a United Airlines check-in area ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday at Newark International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, U.S., November 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File PhotoWASHINGTON, Sept 21 (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Tuesday urged U.S. passenger airlines "to commit to take more action" to address unruly passengers. The agency said it had asked airline trade groups at a meeting on Tuesday to disclose within a week what steps it will take. The FAA plans to soon hold similar meetings with representatives from airports and labor in the face of a record number of airline passenger disturbances. Reporting by David Shepardson Editing by Sonya HepinstallOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mike Segar, David Shepardson, Sonya Hepinstall Organizations: United Airlines, Newark International, REUTERS, Federal Aviation Administration, Tuesday, U.S, FAA, Thomson Locations: Newark , New Jersey, U.S
Tax Me, I’m From New Jersey
  + stars: | 2021-09-20 | by ( William Mcgurn | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
For years Warren Buffett has argued that wealthy Americans are undertaxed and should have to pay more. So celebrated has the Berkshire Hathaway chairman become for his Tax Me message that Joe Biden invoked the “Buffett Rule” in his run for the presidency. Here is how his campaign website put it:“Joe Biden believes in rewarding work, not just wealth—and investing in hard-working Americans’ health, not protecting the most privileged Americans’ wealth. Warren Buffett said it best when he stated that he should not pay a lower tax rate than his secretary.”
Persons: Warren Buffett, Joe Biden, Buffett, , “ Joe Biden Organizations: Berkshire Hathaway
I signed up to make deliveries for Instacart in May 2020, a few months after the pandemic drove most Americans into quarantine. I heard about Instacart from a friend, and it seemed like a good opportunity to make up for the loss. But a year later, it's become significantly harder to have a consistent stream of income based on delivering for Instacart. The drop in demand has led to not only fewer orders but also lower tips on those orders that do come in. Instacart used to offer incentives for making more deliveries, like offering bonuses for delivering at least, say, 10 orders that day.
Persons: Instacart, Michelle Rauch, It's, I'd, Read, it's, I've, Uber, egregiously Organizations: Instacart, Walmart Locations: Bergen County , New Jersey, New York
888 Holdings and Sports Illustrated are trying to parlay the legacy magazine brand into a sportsbook for a new generation of US gamblers. The European gambling outfit and Authentic Brands Group (ABG), which owns SI, launched this month the SI Sportsbook in Colorado (with New Jersey, Indiana, and Iowa coming up next). 888 is banking that the SI brand will kick start its operations in the US, where the online-gambling company isn't well known. Authentic Brands GroupMaven is hiring 15 to 20 staffers who will focus on gambling content, which the company plans to integrate betting odds from the SI Sportsbook into or widgets with relevant odds, educational betting tools, or free-to-play games. But Tim Hanlon, CEO of consulting firm Vertere Group, said the SI brand may not fit as naturally with sports gambling as Barstool does.
Persons: Execs, It's, Yaniv Sherman, Sherman, Flutter's, I've, SI's, Meredith, ABG, Daniel Dienst, Maven, Penn's Barstool, Dave Portnoy, Tim Hanlon, Barstool, Hanlon, it's Organizations: Sports, Authentic Brands, Fox, Penn National Gaming, Barstool Sports, Sinclair, Bally Sports, Bally's Corporation, ESPN, Meredith Corporation, Authentic Brands Group, Maven, Authentic, Caesars Entertainment, Vertere, SI, SI Media Locations: Colorado, New Jersey , Indiana, Iowa, Israel
I signed up to make deliveries for Instacart in May 2020, a few months after the pandemic drove most Americans into quarantine. I heard about Instacart from a friend, and it seemed like a good opportunity to make up for the loss. But a year later, it's become significantly harder to have a consistent stream of income based on delivering for Instacart. The drop in demand has led to not only fewer orders but also lower tips on those orders that do come in. Instacart used to offer incentives for making more deliveries, like offering bonuses for delivering at least, say, 10 orders that day.
Persons: Instacart, Michelle Rauch, It's, I'd, Read, it's, I've, Uber, egregiously Organizations: Instacart, Walmart Locations: Bergen County , New Jersey, New York
The official residence of NYC mayoral nominee Eric Adams is once again in question. For a second time, he's changing his tax returns over his official residence, according to The City. However, The City's investigation found that Adams reported zero days spent at the property in tax returns filed after the primary. Instead, Adams will refile his tax returns for 2017, 2018, and 2019 after already amending them following the initial controversy. The decision to refile was made after The City contacted the Adams campaign about the irregularities, according to the report.
Persons: Eric Adams, Adams, Eric, refile, Curtis Mayfield, Curtis Sliwa Organizations: Democratic, Service, New York, New York City Democratic, Stuyvesant, The City, NYPD Locations: The City, New, New York City, City, Bedford, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Harlem
The wealthiest Americans may be dodging as much as $163 billion in income taxes every year, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and many leverage tax laws to do it legally, financial experts say. Although U.S. levies increase with income, the ultra-wealthy often finesse the tax code to reduce how much they owe. Everyday Americans typically cover taxes through their paychecks, though the 1% may not see income on their tax returns because they can delay selling investments or use losses to offset capital gains. Another popular tactic, asset-based lending, allows the wealthy to borrow money against their portfolio when they need cash, eliminating the need to sell appreciated investments that may incur gains. "That's probably one of the most prominent ways they are able to keep that income off the purview of the IRS," Muhammad said.
Persons: Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Sharif Muhammad, Biden, Muhammad, That's Organizations: U.S . Department of, Treasury, Amazon, Tesla, Financial Services, Finance, Democrats, Democrat Locations: Somerset , New Jersey
Live Covid Live Updates: Vaccine Uptake Among Young Children Looms as a Major Question The F.D.A. The Biden Administration plans to lift restrictions on vaccinated international travelers in November. Nearly 30,000 children were hospitalized for Covid in August; the least vaccinated states reported the highest rates. The Biden administration will lift restrictions on fully vaccinated international travelers in November. They will need to test negative for the coronavirus one day before traveling to the United States and show proof that they have bought a test to take after arriving in the United States, Mr. Zients said.
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They may have to dish out more for a new artificial Christmas tree this year, depending on where they buy it from. The company, based in Redwood City, California, does more than $200 million in direct-to-consumer annual sales of artificial Christmas trees and other decorations in the United States. National Tree Company said its artifical Christmas Tree inventory for the upcoming holiday season is 10% below last year's level because of supply chain problems. Butler said National Tree Company is raising its wholesale tree prices by 20% to 25% because of exorbitant freight costs. Balsam Hill is raising its artifical Christmas tree prices by 20% this year.
Persons: It's, Mac Harman, Harmon, Chris Butler, Butler, Treetime, Harman, We're, Balsam, Laurie Kane, Kane, anyone Organizations: CNN, National Tree Company, Walmart, Tree Company, Company, Association, haven't Locations: York, Balsam Hill, Redwood City , California, United States, Cranford , New Jersey, China, Lake Barrington , Illinois
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