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Walgreens on Thursday said it will start to work directly with drugmakers to bring cell and gene therapies to U.S. patients as part of a broader expansion of its specialty pharmacy services. The company said it is launching a new business unit dedicated to its specialty pharmacy segment, which will include specialty pharmacy subsidiary AllianceRx. Meanwhile, Shields Health Solutions, a subsidiary that supports health system-owned specialty pharmacies, will remain under Walgreens's U.S. health-care division. Specialty pharmacies provide medications that require extreme care in handling, storage and distribution. Among the company's new investments to "transform" its specialty pharmacy services, it will open a newly licensed facility in Pittsburgh dedicated to services for cell and gene therapies.
Persons: drugmakers Organizations: Walgreens, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Shields Health Solutions, Walgreens's Locations: Manhattan , New York City, U.S, Pittsburgh
Protesters continue to maintain the encampment on Columbia University campus on April 24 in New York City, after a tense night of negotiations. Caitlin Ochs/ReutersColumbia University said it has extended negotiations with student activists over the dismantling of the pro-Palestinian encampment that has cast its campus into days of turmoil, a spokesperson for the school said. The statement came just hours after Columbia’s president announced it had given protesters a midnight deadline to reach an agreement or the university would consider “alternative options” to clear the encampment. The talks will now be extended another 48 hours after “important progress” was made, the spokesperson said. As the protests stretch into their eighth day, Columbia President Minouche Shafik has faced numerous calls from donors and lawmakers who believe police should be brought in to clear the encampment and restore order on campus – even as students and faculty are condemning the president’s similar decision last week to ask the New York Police Department to clear another student encampment.
Persons: Caitlin Ochs, Minouche Shafik, Organizations: Columbia University, Reuters Columbia University, Columbia, New York Police Department, National Guard, NYPD Locations: Columbia, New York City
In this article FL Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTA Foot Locker, Inc. store. Even the Striper uniform, the iconic black and white striped outfit worn by Foot Locker's store associates, is getting a refresh, Frank Bracken, Foot Locker's chief commercial officer, told CNBC in an interview. A Foot Locker, Inc. store. A Foot Locker, Inc. store. Courtesy of: Foot Locker, Inc.An overall view of a Foot Locker, Inc. store.
Persons: Foot Locker's, Frank Bracken, Foot, Bracken, Mary Dillon, Dillon, She's, Foot Locker, Locker Organizations: Inc, CNBC, Summer, Nike, Adidas Locations: New Jersey, Manhattan, Wayne, New York City, Paris, Melbourne, Delhi
Stocks hit a rough patch after the Club's March Monthly Meeting as Wall Street grappled with increasing odds of higher-for-longer interest rates. Here are our five top-performing stocks since the March Monthly Meeting. WFC YTD mountain Wells Fargo (WFC) year-to-date performance Wells Fargo led the way, with shares jumping 5.8% over the period. GOOGL YTD mountain Alphabet (GOOGL) year-to-date performance Alphabet stock rose 4.9% since the March Monthly Meeting, placing the Google parent in second place on the gainers list. EL YTD mountain Estee Lauder (EL) year-to-date performance Estee Lauder stock added 2.7% since the March Monthly Meeting, occupying the fourth spot on our list.
Persons: Stocks, Wells Fargo, Jim Cramer, Wells, Jim, he's, Lauder, Estee Lauder, Estee, Fabrizio Freda, Freda, Jim Cramer's, Dow, Spencer Platt Organizations: Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Club, Google, Big Tech, Palo Alto Networks, Bank of America, Citigroup, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange, Getty Locations: Wells, buybacks, Palo, Alto, New York City
Elon Musk speaks onstage during The New York Times Dealbook Summit 2023 at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City, Nov. 29, 2023. Tesla shares surged 15% on Wednesday morning after CEO Elon Musk said the electric-vehicle company plans to begin production of new affordable EV models by early 2025. Musk's comments came during Tesla's earnings call on Tuesday after the company reported disappointing first-quarter numbers. The company previously expected to start production of the new EV models in the second half of 2025. UBS analysts on Tuesday reiterated their neutral rating of Tesla stock and lowered their price target to $147 from $160, saying they remain skeptical of the company's talk.
Persons: Elon Musk, Tesla, Musk's, Tesla's, Michael Bloom Organizations: New York Times, Jazz, Lincoln Center, Revenue, Bank of America, UBS Locations: New York City
Dr. Shafik herself was preparing to confer with the university senate, which could censure her as soon as Friday. On Monday, police were called in to make dozens of arrests at Yale and New York University. Mr. Johnson’s visit to campus will not include a meeting with Dr. Shafik. The university senate could vote on a resolution to censure Dr. Shafik as soon as Friday — not long after the 48-hour negotiation period concludes. By calling in the police anyway, the resolution said, Dr. Shafik had endangered both the welfare and the futures of the arrested students.
Persons: Mike Johnson, Nemat Shafik, Shafik, Kathy Hochul, Emerson, Johnson’s, Columbia, , , ” Brendan O’Flaherty, Grayson, Kirk’s, Dr, O’Flaherty, Shafik’s, Liset Cruz, Eryn Davis, Annie Karni, Santul Nerkar, Katherine Rosman, Karla Marie Sanford, Ed Shanahan Organizations: Columbia University, New York Police Department, National Guard, Gov, Guard, Yale, New York University, Tufts, University of California, Hamas, New York City Police, Johnson’s, Republicans Locations: York, Gaza, Berkeley, Israel, , Washington, Columbia, New
Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst's new memoir, "By the Time You Read This," was released Tuesday. Simpkins wrote that she found out about her daughter's suicide note in a news article. AdvertisementOn the morning of January 30, 2022, April Simpkins received one last text from her daughter, former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst. It's a message Simpkins shares in Kryst's memoir, "By the Time You Read This," which she helped finish following her 30-year-old daughter's death by suicide. AdvertisementKryst won Miss USA in May 2019.
Persons: April Simpkins, Simpkins, , Miss USA Cheslie, Kryst, Frank L, she'd, Benjamin Askinas, Miss Universe Organization Simpkins, Cheslie, John Lamparski Organizations: Miss, Service, Miss USA, Uber, Miss Universe Organization, National Alliance, Mental, New York Police Department, Business Locations: New York City, South Carolina, New York
It's an urgent question — what do we do with the 40 million tons of plastic waste we produce annually? One year of plastic waste is roughly enough to smother the entirety of Manhattan a meter deep, and it has to go somewhere. For decades, America sent its plastic waste to countries like China and Indonesia. Unlike aluminum or glass, the plastic that can be recycled rarely results in replacing one recycled water bottle with another. By downcycling a tiny portion of plastic waste, companies can genuinely reuse a relatively small share of plastic, while convincing consumers that the industry has created a circular economy of infinitely recycled plastic.
Persons: Kartik Byma, they're, Tim Miller, Susan Freinkel, Nestlé, Lea Suzuki, Larry Thomas, what's, Taylor Dorrell, Biden, that's, Taylor, Miller, Kelley Sayre, Vicky Abou, it's, Mike Bloomberg, Bloomberg, Espen Barth Eide, Norway's, Abou, It's Organizations: Getty, America, Chevron, Exxon, Paper Stock, Plastics Industry Association, Organization for Economic Co, San Francisco, NPR, International Energy Agency, ExxonMobil, Alterra Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Royal Paper Stock, Akron, Buckeye Environmental, Business, Eastman Chemical Co, American Chemistry Council, New, Beyond Plastics, UN, Buckeye Environmental Network Locations: America, Manhattan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, AFP, Ohio, American, San Francisco, Akron, Taylor Dorrell Akron , Ohio, United States, Oregon, New York City
House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., struggled to get a word in edgewise Wednesday, battling a chorus of booing crowds during a speech at Columbia University where he condemned the ongoing student protests against Israel's bombardment of Gaza. "Enjoy your free speech," Johnson said tersely, pausing his prepared remarks to wait for the jeering to die down. Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine, a group that helped organize the protests, has said that any hate speech is not coming from its protesters but rather "inflammatory individuals who do not represent us." During Johnson's speech Wednesday, he called on Shafik to resign if she could not get a handle on the protests. After more than a week of bipartisan cooperation with Democrats to pass the aid bill, Johnson's Columbia speech appeared to be an attempt to bolster his conservative bona fides for his hardline GOP colleagues.
Persons: Mike Johnson, Johnson, tersely, Nemat, Shafik, Joe Biden, Biden, Marjorie Taylor Greene, fides, Virginia Foxx, Mike Lawler Organizations: U.S . House, Columbia University, Hamas, Israel's, Columbia, New York Police Department, Columbia Students, Justice, National Guard, Biden, GOP, Rep, Education, Workforce Locations: Israel, Palestinian, New York City, U.S, edgewise, Gaza, Columbia's, Palestine, Ukraine, Taiwan, Columbia
Here's a rapid-fire update on all 33 stocks in Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust, the portfolio we use for the CNBC Investing Club. Broadcom : Broadcom's AI business, which includes co-designing custom chips for tech giants such as Club holding Alphabet, is booming. The newspaper reported April 12 that Salesforce was in talks to buy Informatica, which sent the Club holding's shares plunging. Wells Fargo : Another trim is due for our Wells Fargo position after a great run for the bank stock, Jim argued. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Jim, Johnson, Abbott, Andy Jassy, Bausch, Salesforce, Salesforce didn't, Tom Jorden, We've, It's, Walt Disney, Nelson Peltz's, Bob Iger's, Estee Lauder, there's, Eaton, We're, he's, Locker, he'd, Vimal Kapur, Linde, Eli Lilly, Eli Lilly's, TikTok, Joe Biden, Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley's, Ted Pick, Jensen Huang, Nikesh Arora, haven't, Laxman Narasimhan, Sands, Stanley Black, Decker, TJ Maxx, TJX, Wells, Jim Cramer, Angela Weiss Organizations: Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust, CNBC, Club, Apple, Abbott Laboratories, Johnson, Web Services, Broadcom, VMWare, GE Healthcare, GE, Bausch Health, Costco Wholesale, Costco, Street, Informatica, Coterra, DuPont De Nemours, DuPont, Walt, Disney, Ford, GM, Philips, Siemens, Google, Honeywell, Linde, Facebook, Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia, Investors, AMD, Oregon State University, Palo Alto Networks, UnitedHealth, Procter & Gamble, Constellation Brands, Constellation, Modelo, TJX, Marshalls, Home Goods, Wynn Resorts, Jim Cramer's Charitable, New York Stock Exchange, Afp, Getty Locations: China, Informatica, Ford, Estee, U.S, mater, Palo, Corona, Wells Fargo, Wells, Macao, New York City
Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss became inseparable after meeting at the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. AdvertisementThe friendship of Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss dates back to 2013, when the musician and the supermodel met backstage at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. AdvertisementApril 2014: Kloss and Swift are spotted together in New York CityTaylor Swift and Karlie Kloss often spent time together in New York City. November 23, 2014: Swift brings Kloss as her date to the American Music AwardsTaylor Swift and Karlie Kloss at the 2014 AMAs. July 11, 2015: Kloss appears at another of Swift's concerts in New JerseyTaylor Swift's friends went to her concert in New Jersey.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Karlie Kloss, Kloss, , Swift, didn't, Katy Perry, Scooter Braun, Karlie, Michael Kovac, Jamie McCarthy, Milk, Christina Tosi, Randy Brooke, we're BFFs, I'd, Raymond Hall, Kate Bosworth, Harry Josh, Charles James, Oscar de la, They're, Alo Ceballos, She's, Rolling, James Devaney, Ben Stiller, Quinlin, SoHo Taylor Swift, Jeff Kravitz, Dick Clark, Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho, WireImage Kloss, Lily Aldrige, Martha Hunt, taylor, it's, Taylor, Matty Healy, Marie Claire, Beyonce, Jay, Justin Timberlake, Sam Smith, Michael, r was, els, rais, hou, "I, ove, stor, ste, "(M, bro, K, Ma y, orr, "B, Perry, tim e, oe Jonas, maki, J ohn Shea, dow, deo, cele, Jo, hatta, lia, nce, e, hough, lor h, 2016:, Joh, Delilah, L orde, Conn, Loo, ned the photo,, y, as well, loss and Swift, Augu, rld, kee, mus, raun, cate, rau, hite, theo, abou, ody, ted in a, ike H, Derek Bl Organizations: Big, Service, Vogue, Twitter, Hollywood Life, Big Sur, daisies, Surrey, Costume, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Getty, Swift, Apple, New York Knicks, Garden, Chicago Bulls, Madison, American, New York City's, Yahoo, New, YouTube, the de, acc, Adv, ober, Wil, unc, ift, who's known Locations: Big Sur, Swift's New York, New York City, Big, Instagram, New York, Manhattan, brunching, SoHo, Madison, SoHo Taylor, June., ber
The pre-owned luxury watch market is thriving
  + stars: | 2024-04-24 | by ( Fawnia Soo Hoo | )   time to read: +11 min
Granted, the pandemic-induced second hand luxury watch boom peaked back in March 2022, but the market is still going strong, and price levels remain higher than pre-Covid times. “(They’re) a crucial demographic for the growth and evolution of the pre-owned and vintage luxury watch industry,” added Paul Altieri, founder & CEO of multi-brand online luxury marketplace Bob’s Watches. Don't be shy," said Dimepiece's Brynn Wallner of new buyers' potential nerves when it comes to luxury watch stores. How can you tell if a luxury pre-owned watch is the real deal? “Luxury watches of this caliber will go from one generation to the next to the next to the next,” he explained.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during afternoon trading on April 09, 2024 in New York City. U.S. stock futures fell on Wednesday night after tech juggernaut Meta Platforms reported its latest quarterly results. S&P 500 futures slid 0.6%, and Nasdaq 100 futures dropped 1.1%. Meta Platforms plunged 15% in extended trading after the social media giant issued second-quarter revenue guidance that was lighter than expected. Fed funds futures trading suggests the first cut could take place at the September Fed meeting, according to CME FedWatch Tool.
Persons: Dow Jones, Anastasia Amoroso, Northrop Grumman, Myers Squibb Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Traders, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Business Machines, Dow, Federal, FedWatch, Caterpillar, Honeywell, Northrop, American Airlines, Comcast, Merck, Bristol, Myers, CNBC Locations: New York City . U.S
Leon Cooperman, a billionaire Columbia donor, weighed in on the crisis on the university's campus. Unlike the megadonor Robert Kraft, Cooperman said he's not pulling his donations. AdvertisementThe Wall Street titan Leon Cooperman is the latest billionaire to weigh in on student protests over Israel's war in Gaza. But unlike the megadonor Robert Kraft, Cooperman said he'd continue to give to Columbia even as he trashed student demonstrators. Kraft said he'd continue to support the school's Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life, which is named after him.
Persons: Leon Cooperman, Robert Kraft, Cooperman, he's, , he'd, Israel, Turkey —, Nemat, Shafik, Peace —, Goldman Sachs, Kraft, megadonors, Marc Rowan, Lauder, Ronald Lauder, Les Wexner, Claudine Gay, Liz Magill Organizations: Service, CNBC, Columbia University, Columbia, Hamas, Capitol, — Columbia, Apartheid, Columbia Students, Justice, Jewish, Peace, New York City Police Department, Barnard College, Columbia Business School, Hunter College, Kraft, Patriots, school's Kraft Center for Jewish, Cooperman, Yale, New York University, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania Locations: Columbia, Gaza, Cooperman, Bronx, Israel, United States, Cyprus, Jordan, Turkey, Palestine
Apple will launch new products on May 7 in a online event, according to invites sent to the media on Tuesday. The event, with the tag line "Let loose," will be livestreamed on Apple's website at 10 a.m. Eastern time. Apple's launch events are usually pre-recorded. Apple is expected to release new iPads after no new models were announced in 2023. Apple could release upgrades to its high-end iPad Pro, as well as a bigger iPad Air, according to analysts and reports.
Persons: Tim Cook Organizations: Apple Locations: New York City
PepsiCo on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations, despite a recall of some Quaker Foods cereal and bars that dented U.S. volume. The company's organic revenue, which excludes acquisitions, divestitures and foreign exchange, increased 2.7% in the quarter. The company's food division saw its volume decrease 0.5%, while its beverage segment reported flat volume. The Quaker Foods recall dented Pepsi's organic volume by roughly 1%. For the full year, the company is expecting organic revenue will rise at least 4% and core constant currency earnings per share will climb at least 8%.
Organizations: Pepsi, Brooklyn borough New, PepsiCo, Quaker, LSEG, Gatorade, North, Quaker Food, Quaker Oats, Frito, Lay Locations: Flatbush, Brooklyn borough, Brooklyn borough New York City, Quaker, America, U.S, Asia Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, China, Europe
New York CNN —Columbia University student organizers were given a midnight deadline Tuesday to resolve talks with the university over dismantling the pro-Palestinian encampment that has cast its campus into days of turmoil and unease, the school’s president said. Though the outcome of the negotiations is still unclear, Columbia President Minouche Shafik said the university would consider “alternative options” if no agreement was reached by midnight. As of 12:10 a.m., the NYPD had not been asked by Columbia University to respond to the campus, a police spokesperson told CNN. Harvard University has closed Harvard Yard and officials at the university suspended a pro-Palestinian student organization for allegedly violating school policies. The encampment at Columbia University was lively early this week, with many students congregating in circles, eating and talking.
Persons: Minouche Shafik, Shafik, ” Shafik, Joe Biden, Mike Johnson, Barnard, Lisa Rosenbury, , Eric Adams, Cameron Jones, , Jacob Schmeltz, it’s, , Biden, Andrew Bates, Bates, Hakeem Jeffries, It’s, ” CNN’s Kate Sullivan, John Towfighi, Melanie Zanona, Taylor Romine, Omar Jimenez, Sara Smart, Matt Egan, Nic F, Anderson, Isabel Rosales Organizations: New, New York CNN — Columbia University, Columbia, New York Police Department, NYPD, Columbia University, CNN, Barnard College, New York University, NYU, Yale University, University of New, University of Minnesota’s, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Emerson College, University of California, University of Michigan . Harvard University, Harvard, Columbia Columbia, New York City, Democratic Locations: New York, Columbia, United States, New Haven , Connecticut, Gaza, University of New Mexico, University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities, Berkeley, Israel
“He knows what he’s not allowed to do, and he does it anyway.”Conroy was referring to Trump’s incessant testing of a gag order protecting witnesses, court staff and the jury. “Michael Cohen is a convicted liar and he’s got no credibility whatsoever,” Trump said in an interview with WPVI Philadelphia. Trump could face a ladder of escalating sanctionsProsecutors now want Merchan to fine Trump $1,000 for each of 10 alleged violations of the gag order and to warn that imprisonment could be an option if he continues to flout restrictions. Trump claims the gag order stifles his right to free speech and to campaign as a presumptive party nominee. And while a dispute over one partial gag order might seem like a small wrinkle in an individual case, it conveys a wider truth about Trump’s impact on American life.
Persons: Chris Conroy, Donald Trump, , he’s, ” Conroy, Michael Cohen, Stormy Daniels, Juan Merchan, Trump, “ Michael Cohen, ” Trump, CNN’s John Miller, “ Judge Merchan, , Jeffrey Swartz, Jim Sciutto, CNN Max, lacerating, Merchan, Elizabeth Williams, Todd Blanche, doesn’t, CNN’s Erin Burnett, , Jack Smith’s, there’s, , Joe Biden’s, Volodymyr Zelensky, Biden, mishandle, He’s, president’s, Trump’s, George Conway, ” Conway, CNN’s Burnett Organizations: CNN, GOP, The New, Trump, Philadelphia, Prosecutors, New York City Department of Corrections, Cooley Law, US, Trump Organization, Conservative Political, Conference, Biden Locations: The New York, Washington ,, Georgia
download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . They're struggling to make it in big cities as the world's second-largest economy suffers from a flailing property market and slow post-pandemic consumption recovery. Going big on smaller citiesChina's smaller cities aren't exactly an untapped market. KFC and Pizza Hut operator Yum China, which plans to add 6,000 stores in China by 2026, is also betting big on small cities. AdvertisementThe cost of living crisis driving young people out of China's big cities is a trend that echoes across continents.
Persons: , MetroDataTech, They're, Joey Wat, DPC, Canyandata Organizations: Migrants, Service, KFC, Bloomberg, Starbucks, Yum Locations: megacities, Shanghai, Shenzhen, MetroDataTech, China, Beijing, , Yum China, Local, Fuzhou, Korea, New York City, London
Matty Healy and Gabbriette Bechtel were first linked in September 2023. Bechtel told Vogue that as a child, she wanted to become a professional ballerina, but ended up dancing in music videos when she moved to Los Angeles. According to Vogue, Bechtel has appeared in a variety of campaigns for brands including Heaven By Marc Jacobs and Skims. Healy and Bechtel were first linked in New York in 2023In September 2023, People published photos of Healy and Bechtel kissing in SoHo in New York City. Bechtel alluded to her relationship with Healy in the March interview with Highsnobiety, saying that she wasn't bothered by the attention.
Persons: Matty Healy, Gabbriette Bechtel, Bechtel, Charli XCX, , Taylor Swift's, Callie Ahlgrim, Swift, Healy, Joe Alwyn, Travis Kelce, Highsnobiety, Gabriella, Marc Jacobs, Skims, we'd, Chloe Chaidez, Nasty Cherry, Lorne Thomson, Redferns Bechtel, Cherry hasn't, " Healy, Charli, haven't, Healy's, Denise Welch, Welch, Louis Organizations: Service, Poets Department, Business, Kansas City Chiefs, Vogue, Netflix, Bechtel, Instagram Locations: Orange County , California, Los Angeles, New York, SoHo, New York City, Charli XCX
Pellerano discusses gang life in New Orleans, where the gang spread from its home base in Chicago. He speaks with BI about tattooing, rules and codes, media perception, and the political language used to depict the gang. Mike Moy says he was a gang member in New York City's Chinatown, having been recruited in the 1970s. He later founded the YouTube channel Chinatown Gang Stories, where he speaks with former gang members about their lives. He speaks with BI about the ways the yakuza makes money, such as extortion and protection rackets.
Persons: Tyrone White, White, Andy, Pellerano, Alex Sanchez, Omar Sharif, John Pennisi, Gambino, John Gotti Jr, Lucchese, Pennisi, Jay Dobyns, general's, Jimmy Tsui, Mike Moy, Moy, Yuyama Shinya, Andy Pellerano, Alex Sanchez Omar Sharif John Pennisi, Jay Dobyns Organizations: Menlo, South Central, Bloods, Business, Hells Angels, ATF's National Academy, Dobyns, United, Valor, ATF, National Association of Police, New York City Police Department, YouTube Locations: South, South Central Los Angeles, New Orleans, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, United States, Tung, New York, Chinatown, Hong Kong, Japan
What it’s like to be a ‘glass child’
  + stars: | 2024-04-23 | by ( Taylor Nicioli | )   time to read: +11 min
Meneses Maples refers to herself as an adult “glass child,” the sibling of a person with a mental or physical disability. How does a glass child disappear? It is important not to assume what the needs of a glass child are, said Missud, the New York psychotherapist. More than a decade after her TEDx presentation, Meneses Maples receives messages from parents of glass children seeking her advice. Meneses Maples said she hopes to inspire research on glass children by spreading the word through presentations and workshops.
Persons: Alicia Meneses Maples, David, Mario, Meneses Maples, didn’t, , ” Meneses Maples, Antonio TEDx, Debbie Missud, Emily Holl, Missud, ” Holl, , Holl, David couldn’t, Mario didn’t, , Shelley Cook, Laura Oliverio, Cook, Andrea, ” Cook, Cook didn’t, Shelley Cook “, Al Freedman, Freedman, Jack, Cara, Jack didn’t, ” Freedman, wasn’t, Alicia, Mario Meneses, Alicia Meneses Maples Meneses Maples, ‘ Alicia, ’ ” Meneses Maples, ’ ”, Organizations: CNN, Hulu’s, Suncoast, Disney, Cure SMA Locations: Chicago, Antonio, New York City, Glenwood Springs , Colorado, York
The New York hush money trial of Donald Trump is set to resume Tuesday with testimony from its first witness, former National Enquirer publisher David Pecker. Most either referenced, or linked to articles referencing, Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, a key witness in the Manhattan Supreme Court trial. The posts "unquestionably relate to known witnesses and prospective jurors in this criminal trial" in violation of Trump's gag order, a state prosecutor wrote in a court filing Thursday. Defense lawyer Todd Blanche fired back, "I have a spoiler alert: There's nothing wrong with trying to influence an election. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg accuses Trump of carrying out the hush money scheme in order to influence the 2016 election, which he would go on to win.
Persons: Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels, David Pecker, Pecker, Trump's, Michael Cohen, Jesse Watters, Juan Merchan, Trump, Matthew Colangelo, Todd Blanche, It's, Cohen, Daniels, Attorney Alvin Bragg Organizations: National Enquirer, Manhattan Supreme, Fox News, Liberal, Trump, Manhattan, Attorney Locations: Manhattan, New York City, U.S, York
Leaving London for New York City felt like the only option. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementTwo years ago, my partner and I were still living in a one-and-a-half-bedroom basement in London. AdvertisementLeaving London for New York felt like the only optionAfter that, I had to admit, grudgingly, that going to New York seemed like the best option. The poverty in New York City is reported to have increased in recent years, bringing the total number of New Yorkers living in poverty to 2 million, according to a report from Robin Hood, an anti-poverty philanthropy.
Persons: Hannah Crown, , we've, we'd, Peter, We've, I've, Robin Hood, It's Organizations: Service, Apple, Radio City, London Locations: British, England, London, New York City, New York, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Macy's, Radio, Dyker Heights, Long
It was the early 1970s, and we had set up our little company, Cyclops Films, at 1600 Broadway. We were equipped with a newly purchased Éclair NPR, a Nagra recorder and our infatuation with cinéma vérité. We were approached by Jack Willis at WNET, who had just started a series called “The 51st State,” a news and documentary show about the New York City metro area. We lucked out and found affable people who opened up almost immediately. It was fun to make, and fun to watch again after all these years.
Persons: cinéma vérité, Jack Willis, , Organizations: Cyclops, NPR, WNET, New Locations: New York City
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