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Former President Donald Trump filed a $100 million lawsuit Tuesday against his niece, Mary Trump, and the New York Times, claiming they conspired to obtain his tax returns for the paper’s Pulitzer-winning story on his undisclosed finances. The lawsuit asserts that Mary Trump and three New York Times reporters — Susanne Craig, David Barstow, and Russell Buettner — were engaged in what the suit calls an “insidious plot” and an “extensive crusade” to obtain Trump’s taxes. In a statement, Mary Trump called her uncle desperate. Mary Trump appears on The Rachel Maddow Show on July 16, 2020. "As is always the case with Donald, he’ll try and change the subject.”The New York Times said in a statement it plans to challenge the lawsuit.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mary Trump, — Susanne Craig, David Barstow, Russell Buettner —, Craig, Buettner, Trump's, Fred Jr, Donald J, Trump, Rachel Maddow, MSNBC “, Donald, he’ll, Donald Trump's, Danielle Rhoades Ha, Robert Trump, Mary Trump’s, , , “ Craig, Farrell Fritz, , Fred Trump Organizations: New York Times, The New York Times, MSNBC, New York State, The Times Locations: Barstow, New York, Dutchess County
Donald Trump is suing his niece and The New York Times over coverage of his taxes, the Daily Beast reported. The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday, said his niece and the Times had an "insidious plot" to get his records. The Trump Organization is also the center of a tax fraud investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney's office. A New York Times spokesperson told Insider: "The Times's coverage of Donald Trump's taxes helped inform citizens through meticulous reporting on a subject of overriding public interest. The Trump Organization did not respond to Insider's request for comment at the time of publication.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Mary Trump, David Barstow, Susanne Craig, Russ Buettner, Allen Weisselberg, Insider's Joshua Zitser, Donald Trump's Organizations: New York Times, Daily, Times, Service, The New York Times, The Times, Trump Organization, Manhattan District Locations: Dutchess County , New York
Texas Governor Greg Abbott lauded state troopers for erecting a "steel barrier" of vehicles to stop people from crossing into the US. He said Texas is sending a message to those thinking about crossing the border that they may be jailed. Thousands of refugees seeking to enter the US are camped underneath a bridge in Del Rio, Texas. Thousands of Haitian refugees are camped underneath a bridge in Del Rio, Texas — a border town of around 35,000 on the about 150 miles west of San Antonio. It's unclear why so many migrants have amassed at Del Rio so quickly, but misinformation that the border would be easier to cross there may have played a part, reported The New York Times.
Persons: Greg Abbott, Abbott, Jovenel Moïse, Joe Biden, Jozef, Biden Organizations: Texas, Service, Policy, Texas Department of Public Safety, DPS, Migrants, White, Department of Homeland Security, CNN, Del, New York Times, Haitian Bridge Alliance, Times Locations: Texas, Del Rio , Texas, San Antonio, Haiti, Del Rio
Hong Kong (CNN Business) It's been nearly two years since Norris Fong has seen his family back in his native Singapore. Like many Asian countries , Hong Kong has embraced a "zero Covid" strategy, placing emphasis on social distancing, limiting travel and shutting most non-residents out. No end in sightBut for many in Hong Kong, the grass is still greener on the other side of the South China Sea. Reopening to the mainland has been crucial for businesses who view Hong Kong as a gateway to the vast market there. In some cases, the quarantine restrictions in Hong Kong have sped up the decisions for job-seekers to head to Singapore, said Dass.
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LOS ANGELES — George Holliday, the Los Angeles plumber who shot grainy video of four white police officers beating Black motorist Rodney King in 1991, has died of complications of Covid-19, a friend said Monday. Holliday, 61, died Sunday at a Los Angeles hospital, where he had been for more than a month, according to Robert Wollenweber, a longtime friend and former coworker. Holliday was awakened by a traffic stop outside his San Fernando Valley home on the night of March 3, 1991. He went outside to film it with his new video camera, catching the Los Angeles officers punching, kicking and using a stun gun on King, even after he was on the ground. More than 60 people died by shootings or other violence, mostly in South Los Angeles.
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Some 14,000 mostly-Haitian migrants settled under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, on Friday. The Biden administration is using Title 42 to deport the migrants and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Photos captured between Friday, September 17, and Monday, September 20 show Haitian migrants trying to navigate the humanitarian crisis at the US and Mexico border. Some of the estimated 14,000 mainly Haitian migrants that ended up in Del Rio, Texas, seeking asylum following a massive earthquake and the assassination of the Haitian president, began heading back to Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, on Monday, to avoid being deported by the US. Thousands of migrants had settled underneath a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, in the heat where essentials such as food, water, and restrooms were scarce.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden Organizations: The New York Times Locations: Del Rio , Texas, COVID, Mexico, Ciudad Acuña, Haiti, The
REUTERS/Larry DowningWASHINGTON, Sept 20 (Reuters) - A CIA officer who was traveling with agency director William Burns to India this month reported symptoms consistent with Havana syndrome, CNN and the New York Times reported on Monday. Some 200 U.S. officials and family members have been sickened by Havana syndrome, a mysterious set of ailments that include migraines, nausea, memory lapses and dizziness. A CIA spokesperson said in a statement to Reuters the agency does not comment on specific incidents or officers. Last month, Vice President Kamala Harris delayed her arrival to Hanoi for three hours after the U.S. embassy there said someone had reported a health incident consistent with Havana syndrome. Burns has said there is a "very strong possibility" that the syndrome is intentionally caused and that Russia could be responsible.
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The letter Evergrande chairman Xu Jiayin sent to employees has become a trending topic on the country's Twitter-like platform, Weibo. In the letter, Xu said the real estate developer would soon "walk out of the darkness." Weibo users called Xu "delusional" and accused him of "cheating" people of their money. The Evergrande letter topic thread, which is comparable to a subreddit, raked in more than 100,000 comments. He has to pay for this chaos he's caused and all the people who have suffered," wrote a Weibo user with the ID Xiande Henhaoma.
Persons: Xu Jiayin, Xu, Evergrande, China's, Lehman, Yaya, It's, Xu Jiayin's Organizations: Service, Daily, New York Times Locations: Weibo
The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is safe and effective for children 5 to 11, the companies announced, but parents may be wary even if the F.D.A. Uptake among older children has lagged, and polling indicates reservations among a significant number of parents. Only about 40 percent of children ages 12 to 15 have been fully vaccinated so far, compared with 66 percent of adults, according to federal data. Image If authorized by the F.D.A., the vaccine could be a game changer for millions of American families with young children. The “definitely not” group grew to about 25 percent in parents of children ages 5 to 11, and 30 percent among parents of under-5s.
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About 100 leaders are expected to appear in person, with U.S. global leadership in the spotlight. Image President Biden will make his debut General Assembly speech as U.S. leader amid doubts over his ability to shore up the country’s global leadership. Credit... Doug Mills/The New York TimesThe United Nations convenes its annual speeches by world leaders on Tuesday against a backdrop of disastrous climate change, polarized superpower relations and a devastating pandemic that has worsened the global rich-poor divide. It also amounts to a major test of credibility for President Biden, who will be among the first to address the 193-member General Assembly. Mission to the United Nations, expressing shock and bafflement over Mr. Biden’s treatment of France.
Persons: Biden, Doug Mills, Donald J, Trump, Mr, Biden blindsided, ” Charles Michel Organizations: Assembly, U.S, Credit, New York Times, United Nations, , West, World Health Organization, European Union, European Council, Crisis Group, General Locations: States, China, United States, Afghanistan, France, Australia, European, Myanmar, Iran, Haiti, Ethiopia, Syria, Yemen
Progressive Democrats want the bill to pass, even if it isn’t as large as they would like. They believe, correctly, that a win for Biden is a win for them. Moderate Democrats, however, seem to think that their success depends on their distance from the president and his progressive allies. Moderate and centrist Democrats seem to value a bipartisan process more than they do any particular policy outcome or ideological goal. What is true of both explanations is that they show the extent to which moderate Democrats have made a fetish of bipartisan displays and anti-partisan feeling.
Persons: Biden’s, Biden, they’ve, Bernie Sanders, Sanders Organizations: Democratic Party, Democratic, Progressives, White, Senate, Progressive, Biden, Moderate
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.
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Amazon is lobbying the US government to legalize cannabis, the company announced Tuesday. The company ended pre-employment drug testing earlier this year and said it supports national legalization. Amazon's warehouse employees have a high turnover rate, and national legalization could help with hiring. Amazon first announced support for federal cannabis legalization back in June. Notably, Amazon said on Tuesday that part of the reason it's pushing for legalization is to make hiring a bit easier.
Persons: Dave Clark, we've, Clark, Amazon, We've, Beth Galetti, Ben Gilbert Organizations: Amazon, Service, United, Marijuana, Reinvestment, Cannabis Administration, Opportunity, New York Times, Twitter Locations: United States
Texas Right to Life, the group behind the state's abortion whistleblower tip site, decried the first two lawsuits filed under the state's new abortion law. Texas Right for Life created a website in August allowing for anyone to submit a tip about people breaking Texas' newly enacted abortion law. The second lawsuit, filed by Felipe Gomez, specifically asks the court to deem the Texas law "illegal as written." John Seago, the legislative director at Texas Right to Life, echoed Schwartz's statement to the New York Times. Texas Right to Life's abortion whistleblower website has been offline for several weeks after GoDaddy refused to continue hosting it.
Persons: Alan Braid, Oscar Stilley, Felipe Gomez, Kimberlyn Schwartz, John Seago, Seago, GoDaddy, resumés, Dina Montemarano, NARAL Organizations: Texas, Service, New York Times, Texans, America Locations: Texas
S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Stocks begin to stabilize after a rout set off by China’s property market woes. The global growth outlook for 2021 was revised down slightly to 5.7 percent, from 5.8 percent. Erin Woo Despite having signed an N.D.A., Gangakhedkar printed out some documents and took them home when she left Theranos. Erin Woo Cheung said they were constantly having to recalibrate the machines, which made results take 2-3 days rather than the couple hours promised. Erin Woo Cheung just said she “became concerned about a month in” with the vitamin D samples, in November of 2013.
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Several restaurant owners are finding a solution by paying workers more, according to the NYT. Chef Jason Hammel said adding a higher wage to his benefits package makes it easier to find staff. When the pandemic forced a pause on eating out, Hammel told the New York Times it was also a chance to take a step back and think about how he did business. Dozens of restaurant workers have shared with Insider deep frustrations with long hours, poor management, and abuse from customers, and said that change is long overdue. Matt Murphy, who has worked in restaurants for 25 years, told Insider he welcomes the disruption these labor difficulties bring to the workplace.
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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., takes reporter questions after the weekly Senate Democratic policy lunch at the U.S. Capitol on Sept. 14, 2021. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Tuesday renewed his call for President Joe Biden to forgive $50,000 in student debt for all borrowers though executive action. "With the flick of the pen, President Biden on his own, without any congressional action or approval, could provide millions upon millions of student loan borrowers with a new lease on life," Schumer said at The State of Student Debt Virtual Summit. The remote event includes discussions on the racial inequities of the debt, its mental health consequences and more. For those who view Schumer as a more moderate Democrat, his advocacy for student debt forgiveness through executive action has come as a surprise.
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden, Biden, Schumer, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Ayanna Pressley, Bernie Sanders, Warren, David Brooks Organizations: Democratic, U.S, Capitol, Student, Finance, House Democrats, The New York Times, Penn Locations: The
For Ralph and Shamita Etienne-Cummings, the suburbs have long held a certain allure — especially since 2010, when their son, Blaze, was born and Mr. Etienne-Cummings’s mother moved into their 1876 rowhouse in Washington, D.C.“Space became more of a premium,” Ms. Etienne-Cummings said. Image After their son, Blaze, was born, Ralph and Shamita Etienne-Cummings needed more space. But instead of leaving Washington for the suburbs, they bought the rowhouse next door and combined the two homes into a single residence. Credit... Jennifer Chase for The New York Times“Our son grew up walking everywhere with his grandmother,” said Ms. Etienne-Cummings, 52, a lawyer. “We really wanted to stay in our neighborhood, but definitely needed more space, and that was difficult to do in an area that’s already filled up.”
Persons: Ralph, Shamita Etienne, Cummings, Blaze, Etienne, Cummings’s, Ms, Jennifer Chase, , Organizations: Washington , D.C, , The New York Times Locations: Washington ,, Seychelles, India, Washington’s Logan, Washington
An August 29 drone strike in Kabul killed 10 Afghan civilians, including seven children. Drone strikes conducted by the US, in Afghanistan and beyond, have often resulted in civilian casualties. Such concerns underscore the need for greater transparency from the government when it comes to drone strikes, Brooks said. Drone strikes, which the US has conducted everywhere from Somalia to Yemen, tend to occur in remote areas and far from reporters or watchdogs. The use of drone strikes in counterterrorism operations began under the Bush administration.
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Live Covid Live Updates: Adams, N.Y.C.’s Likely Next Mayor, Wants to Turn Empty Hotels Into Housing for Homeless An extra dose of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine raises protection, the company says. The data, presented in a news release, has been submitted to the Food and Drug Administration, Johnson & Johnson said. Up to five months after vaccination, the effectiveness of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine against hospitalization remained steady at around 81 percent. Many people got their Johnson & Johnson shot far more than eight weeks ago. Credit Credit...
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Trump pushed false vote-rigging claims for weeks after his campaign had internally discredited them. A November 13 memo on the claims was revealed as part of a lawsuit from a former Dominion employee. The campaign couldn't substantiate claims that the company was part of a global election-rigging conspiracy. Coomer's suit, filed in Colorado, names as defendants individuals affiliated with the Trump campaign, including Powell, conservative commentator Michelle Malkin, Colorado-based activist and online personality Joseph Otlman, the website Gateway pundit, and One America News. While Powell's claims and theories eventually became too much for Trump's own legal team, the Trump campaign didn't formally cut official ties with her until 10 days after Parkinson's staff's memo on November 23, 2020.
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Biden spoke before the UN General Assembly Tuesday, where he declared the US was "not at war." But the so-called "War on Terror" continues elsewhere, including troop deployments to Iraq and Syria. "I stand here today — for the first time in 20 years the United States is not at war," Biden declared as he concluded his speech. But Biden's claim ignores ongoing US military engagements abroad, including in Iraq, Syria, and Africa, underscoring the difficulty of closing the chapter in the way Biden envisions. Beyond Iraq and Syria, US forces remained stationed in a variety of foreign countries.
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Mark Zuckerberg approved promoting pro-Facebook stories in users' news feeds, NYT reported Tuesday. The proposed "Project Amplify" involved running ads and pushing positive news stories about Facebook. In January, executives proposed an initiative, code-named "Project Amplify," to tweak users' feeds and run ads to show more pro-Facebook news stories and highlight more posts written by the company, according to the Times. In the January meeting, Facebook executives proposed defending the company more aggressively, according to the Times. But the Project Amplify reportedly shocked some in attendance.
Persons: Mark Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Osborne Organizations: Facebook, Service, New York Times, Times, The Times, Cambridge
Americans love rags-to-riches stories, tales of people who transcended childhood poverty to achieve adult success. What you may not know is that economists have actually quantified the damage from childhood poverty. You see, America’s anti-poverty programs, such as they are — notably food stamps and Medicaid — weren’t rolled out all at once. Food stamps became available in some parts of the country earlier than in other parts; so did Medicaid, which was also expanded in a series of discrete jumps. And a number of researchers, notably Hilary Hoynes and Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach, have used this evidence to show that childhood poverty has huge adverse effects.
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Live U.N. Live Updates: Biden Pledges to Work Toward ‘Peaceful, Prosperous Future For All’ Covid-19 and climate change are dominating the start of the General Assembly gathering. President Biden called for an era of international cooperation in tackling global threats in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly as president. “Our security, our prosperity and our very freedoms are interconnected, in my view as never before,” Mr. Biden said. The event is a major test of credibility for Mr. Biden, who was among the first to address the 193-member General Assembly. Many officials who had welcomed the election of President Biden — and his pledge that “America is back” — are now expressing concerns.
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