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FILE PHOTO: A Google sign is pictured on a Google building in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., October 20, 2020. Including a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit filed against Google in October, the possible new action would be the fourth government lawsuit brought against the Silicon Valley company since late 2020. Those and related policies prompted criticism from app developers, particularly when Google said last year it would ramp up enforcement. Google’s Play Store is far more widely used than similar products from Amazon.com Inc, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and others. “Most Android devices ship with at least two app stores preinstalled, and consumers are able to install additional app stores,” Sameer Samat, vice president of Android and Google Play, said in a statement.
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Monoclonal antibodies are lab-made drugs meant to mimic natural antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. But no gold standard research proves that monoclonal antibodies do, indeed, provide this benefit. Fales said his team observed that hospitalization rates during the two weeks after monoclonal antibody therapy seems to be around 5 percent. Thomas said his system "ramped up" use of monoclonal antibodies quickly. Parsons' staff then contacts the primary care providers for patients who test positive, asking whether they'd like to refer patients for monoclonal antibodies.
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One House freshman is pushing to carry firearms on Capitol grounds, and another recounts being armed during the attack, further putting their colleagues on edge. But, Beyer said, the issue "that has the greater emotional impact is the sense that there's perhaps actual physical danger from our colleagues." Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., has said she feared for her life, in part because she doubted the motives of unnamed colleagues who were sheltering with her. But she and over 30 other Democrats have signed on to a letter asking authorities to investigate the claim. The article also misstated what chamber of Congress the attacker of a Northern senator before the Civil War was from.
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A federal minimum wage of $15 an hour would help keep a roof over our heads and put food on the table. This would increase wages for nearly 40% percent of Black workers, and overall more than 23 million Americans would see their income grow. And as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take office, we're urging the nation's leaders to pass a $15 minimum wage in the first 100 days of the new administration. But today, our nation's leaders have left the minimum wage at $7.25 for more than 10 years, while the cost of living has skyrocketed. She is mobilizing with thousands across the country to demand McDonald's pay their workers at least $15 an hour and to call for a federal minimum wage of $15 an hour.
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"We're going to run heavy this week," Charney told CNBC on Thursday of the company's plan to run Mayfield's Progressive ads across networks, especially ViacomCBS. And according to advertising metrics data firm EDO, insurance ads in NFL games featuring the player outperform other ads. EDO uses analytics that track brand and product searches and sales when ads air, helping companies and networks determine ads' value during sporting events. This weekend, Progressive is hoping Mayfield's ads will bring a return on their investment through brand exposure and by driving more business. Informed of EDO's data, Rosner said he wasn't surprised the firms see a bump in searches around their business when their NFL ads appear.
Persons: Baker, Justin K, Jeff Charney, Baker Mayfield, Charney, Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, Ricky Aguayo, Finley, Michael Berg, Scott Rosner, Rosner, wasn't, Mayfield, Jason Miller, he's, Andy Lyons, Rodgers Organizations: Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Heinz, Getty, CNBC, National Football, Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, EDO, Farm, NFL, Florida State Seminoles, North Carolina Wolfpack, Carter, Getty Images Insurance, Allstate, Columbia University, State Farm, Super, Fox Sports, New York Jets, FirstEnergy, Banking, Mayfield, Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, Bowl Locations: Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, there's, Raleigh , NC, Tampa Bay, Cleveland , Ohio, Mayfield, Miami , Florida
The 26 cannabis startups set to soar in 2021
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Jeremy Berke | Yeji Jesse Lee | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
This week, we have some insight into legendary investor Bill Miller's view on cannabis — and his top stock pick — and we've published our full list of cannabis startups to watch in 2021. Kline was previously the director of public policy for the National Cannabis Industry Association. Massachusetts' attorney general appointed Ava Callender Concepcion to the state's Cannabis Control Commission on Tuesday. Truss, a joint venture between Canadian cannabis company HEXO Corp and Molson Coors, is launching a CBD-infused beverage in Colorado. Chart of the weekThe regulated cannabis market is growing, but according to New Frontier Data, the illicit market still serves the vast majority of US cannabis consumers.
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The episode prompted concerns that if a Democrat also won in 2024, for example, a Republican-controlled Congress could go through with fully rejecting a state's electors and even overturn an election. It's well within the realm of possibility that Democrats in the 2022 mid-terms could lose their slim control of both bodies of Congress, setting up the potential for a bid to overturn states' electoral votes. Erin Schaff/AFP via Getty ImagesCan Congress unilaterally overturn election results? Congress would have needed to reject multiple states Biden won to overturn his 306-232 electoral vote defeat of Trump. Consider a closer election where Congress only needed to reject one state's slate of electors to overturn the winner's victory, leaving no candidate with a clear majority of electoral votes.
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Mark Leffingwell of Seattle, who faces charges for assaulting a police officer, is an Iraq war veteran who suffers from PTSD and traumatic brain injury, his lawyer told a judge. Lonnie Coffman, a 70-year-old Alabama man arrested for having explosives in his truck, takes multiple drugs for mental illness, his lawyer told the judge in a hearing this week. Inside his truck, they found an AR-15-style rifle, a shotgun, a crossbow, several machetes, smoke grenades and 11 Molotov cocktails. Two other men, Eric Munchel and Larry Brock, both were photographed inside the Capitol carrying zip ties, commonly used as a handcuff. Michael Curzio, arrested at the front of a crowd inside the Capitol, had recently served a prison sentence in Florida for attempted murder.
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In a push to bring journalism education to underrepresented groups, NBCUniversal is partnering with 17 historically Black colleges and universities, Hispanic-serving institutions and colleges with significant Latino, Asian, Black, Indigenous and tribal populations with NBCU Academy. NBCUniversal is dedicating $6.5 million to the initiative, including scholarships this year worth $250,000. Strong said she is passionate about bringing journalism to underrepresented groups and helping them have control of their narrative. Throughout her journalism education, University of North Texas senior Maryory Morales, 26, has been focused on covering immigration and students in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He said the NBCUniversal program will not only help empower strong local journalists but also broaden opportunities for students looking to go into national news reporting.
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Hollis, 54, a former journalist, learned that his blood is fortified with so-called super antibodies — antibodies that neutralize the virus, which, even when diluted 10,000 times, still resists Covid-19, Liotta said. But treatment for the virus is still necessary, which makes Hollis' "super" antibodies inestimably important. Liotta's team found seven other people with "super" antibodies for the clinical trial. "'Super' antibodies are more effective at stopping the viruses from getting into our cells," he added. Less than 5 percent of coronavirus patients have the 'super' antibodies, making them super important to replicate and use in therapeutic modality.
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A lack of commissioners has largely sidelined the Federal Election Commission during the 2020 elections. Through legislation, they want put the Federal Election Commission, the nation's hobbled political money regulator, out of its prolonged misery — then reanimate it stronger than ever. Republican Trey Trainor testifies before the Senate Rules and Administration Committee for a confirmation hearing to be a member of the Federal Election Commission in Washington on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. The Biden campaign declined to comment on how it would approach campaign finance reform if Democrats controlled Congress. It instead directed questions to its campaign finance reform platform, which calls for a host of changes to election law.
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The pair has given $470,300 this year, with 99% of that money going to Republican candidates. But simply examining large donations from retired founders does not lead to a complete or accurate picture of either Home Depot or Lowe's' political leanings. He has made the occasional one-off donation to other, largely Republican, candidates and campaigns, including now-Sen. Mitt Romney's presidential run, Jeb Bush, and David Perdue. So, while the home improvement giants and the more high-profile founders in the industry may favor Republican candidates at the moment, the partisan donation gap may be starting to balance out. And when it comes to political contributions, Home Depot and Lowe's both happen to reflect the conservative tendencies of many prominent retailers.
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Those $200 Medicare drug discount cards from Trump administration won't happen
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Sarah O'Brien | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Those promised $200 prescription drug cards for Medicare beneficiaries won't be coming. With little time left before President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on Jan. 20, the Trump administration is backing off its plan to send the discount cards to roughly 39 million Medicare enrollees, an official for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services confirmed to CNBC. The agency's head, Seema Verma, earlier told Business Insider that she didn't anticipate the cards being sent. The cards received criticism for their cost ($7.9 billion) and questionable legality. The White House had said the cards would be paid for under a Medicare program that's generally intended to test innovations to lower prices or improve health care.
Persons: Joe Biden, Trump, Seema Verma Organizations: Centers, Medicare, Medicaid Services, CNBC, Finance, White Locations: Charlotte , North Carolina
There isn't a distance limit to how far Uber can take you, but the company has established an eight-hour time limit on trips. Uber drivers can take passengers between cities and states, though certain markets, like New York City, require drivers to have specific licenses. Beast, who took a 2,256-mile Uber ride from North Carolina to California in 2017. But while Uber rides are limited to eight hours, once one ride finishes, you can always just request another ride. If you're planning on taking a long Uber ride, make sure to contact your driver as soon as you connect to ensure they're okay with the long trip.
Persons: YouTuber Mr, Grace Eliza Goodwin, Uber Organizations: Business, Tech Locations: New York City, Williamsburg , VA, DFW, Nashville, North Carolina, California, Cleveland
The insurer cited a 2019 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association that found 25% of adult Americans lacked a primary care doctor in 2015. Harvard Pilgrim launched a health plan that makes it cheaper to see a doctor onlineSome health insurers have created health plans that encourage patients to get primary care virtually. In November, New England health insurer Harvard Pilgrim Health Care announced plans to roll out such a health plan this month with telemedicine company Doctor On Demand. Grand Rapids, Michigan-based insurer Priority Health also partnered with the telehealth company to create a similar health plan. This post was first published on November 10, 2020, and has been updated to reflect UnitedHealthcare's new virtual primary care service.
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Deaths nationwide were 18 percent higher than normal from March 15, 2020, to Dec. 26, 2020. Excess deaths have peaked three times, so far, as have deaths from Covid-19. There are now excess deaths in every state, with surges in states like California, Colorado, Kansas and Ohio fueling record death tolls in recent weeks. During the period of our analysis, estimated excess deaths were 21 percent higher than the official coronavirus fatality count. Most of the excess deaths in this period are because of the coronavirus itself.
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Charlotte, North Carolina-based Honeywell announced Thursday that it's partnered with a consortium of local businesses to help accelerate the state's Covid-19 vaccine rollout. Bank of America Stadium, which is home to the Carolina Panthers, and the Charlotte Motor Speedway will be among the vaccination sites, the group said. He added that the group has the support of North Carolina Gov. In North Carolina, more than 268,000 doses have been administered, according to the CDC. Adamczyk said Thursday he hopes to get the mass vaccination sites in North Carolina up and running to speed up the rollout and to provide a model for other states on how businesses can get involved with the vaccination effort.
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Honeywell CEO discusses partnership to ramp up Covid vaccinations in North Carolina
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.55   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailHoneywell CEO discusses partnership to ramp up Covid vaccinations in North CarolinaHoneywell CEO Darius Adamczyk joined Jim Cramer on "Mad Money" to discuss the company's partnership with local businesses to help facilitate the vaccine distribution process in North Carolina.
Persons: Darius Adamczyk, Jim Cramer Organizations: Honeywell, North Carolina Honeywell Locations: North, North Carolina
FILE PHOTO: Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump protest in front of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, U.S. January 6, 2021. Wearing a red, white and blue face mask with a Trump flag hanging from her back, she posed for selfies. For some public employees caught on video rioting inside the Capitol, the consequences have been swift, including arrests and job termination. Many others, whether inside or outside the building, face a mix of hard scrutiny, investigations, job suspensions and public outcry. Julian Zelizer, a political historian at Princeton University, said the public reaction to officials’ participation is to be expected.
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"Customer-service is especially important if we want millions to return for their second doses," Palin said in an email. Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesDe Blasio also warned that his city could run out of the Covid-19 vaccine in less than two weeks. Supply chain experts said that if the vaccine rollout had been done correctly, New York City would already be out of doses — and thousands more people would have been inoculated by now. “We are administering the vaccine on demand, and people are coming from many different places,” Persaud told NJ.com. “I don’t want them (doses) sitting on the shelf if there’s a demand for the vaccine."
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Matt Fuller, a reporter for HuffPost, recorded at least 12 GOP lawmakers either side-stepping the metal detectors or setting them off and continuing on to the House floor. They included Reps. Virginia Foxx of North Carolina, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma and Louie Gohmert of Texas. Rep. Louie Gohmert sidesteps the magnetometer, shaking his head and waving off the police. Many of the soldiers slept on the Capitol floor overnight. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., goes through a new metal detector at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 12, 2021.
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Neumann said that the military and law enforcement agencies have long known that active-duty recruitment by the far right was an issue but that they have done little to address it. "There's no doubt in my mind that we have a problem of white supremacy and extremism in law enforcement and the military," she said. Congressional efforts to investigate members of the military and law enforcement agencies in the past, however, have largely been stymied. The military and law enforcement agencies were considered a dangerous third rail. Law enforcement at issuePolice departments across the country are investigating their own members' involvement in the Capitol riot.
Persons: Ashli Babbitt, Sen, Tammy Duckworth, Christopher Miller, Elizabeth Neumann, Neumann, Donald Trump, White supremacists, Dick Durbin, couldn't, Joe Biden's, Bill de Blasio, Dermot Shea, Shea, Eric Gripp, Gripp, Jennifer Gugger, Rocky, didn't, Thomas Robertson, Jacob Fracker, Adrian Diaz, Diaz, David Ellis, Ellis, Ellis couldn't, Lynda Garcia, Garcia, It's, David Barno, Keith Ellison, John Altenburg, Barno, Michael Flynn, Biden Organizations: Capitol Hill, U.S . Capitol Police, Police, Trump, Capitol Police, Army, FBI, Air Force, College, Justice, Pentagon, Act, Department of Homeland Security, White, Democratic, Republicans, York City's, NY1, New, NYPD, Philadelphia Police Department, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Inquirer, Investigations, Rocky Mount, NBC, department's, Seattle, Intelligencer, New York Magazine, New Hampshire Public Radio, Capitol, Leadership Conference, Civil, Justice Department's Civil, Division, National Guard, Military Times, The Defense Department, Service, Military, Veterans, Joint Chiefs, Staff Locations: Washington, New York City, Seattle, Philadelphia, North Carolina, Texas, Pennsylvania, United States, Nazi, Federal, State, York, New York, Rocky Mount , Virginia, Washington ,, Rocky, Roanoke , Virginia, Troy , New Hampshire, Afghanistan, Minnesota
ET Live Updates: House Set to Impeach Trump, After Pence Rejects Call to Strip His Powers Lawmakers said they would move to impeach the president on Wednesday, after formally calling on Vice President Mike Pence to use the 25th Amendment. In a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi before the House vote on Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence rejected the possibility of invoking the 25th Amendment. Credit... Nicole Craine for The New York Times The House on Tuesday night formally called on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and strip President Trump of his powers. With Democrats controlling the House, Mr. Trump is likely to become the first American president to be impeached twice. Other sites such as Snapchat, Reddit and Twitch also curtailed Mr. Trump.
Persons: Trump, Pence, Mike Pence, didn’t, Nancy Pelosi, Nicole Craine, Mr, Mitch McConnell of, Liz Cheney, , Kevin McCarthy of, Republicans —, , Chuck Schumer, McConnell, Biden’s, Nicholas Fandos, Jonathan Martin, Maggie Haberman, , Anna Moneymaker, ” “, Jamie Raskin, Adam Kinzinger of, Dan Bishop, Mitch McConnell, Joseph R, Biden, impeaching Trump, John Katko, Stefani Reynolds, Trump “, Fred Upton of, Jaime Herrera Beutler, ” Nicholas Fandos, Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Jerrold Nadler, Trump’s, Ms, Raskin, “ I’m, ” Mr, Diana DeGette of, David Cicilline, Joaquin Castro, Eric Swalwell of, Ted Lieu, Stacey Plaskett, Joe Neguse, Madeleine Dean of, ” Ms, Cheney, Luke Broadwater, Doug Mills, Donald J, Reddit, Twitch, Justin Sullivan, Peggy E, Gustafson, Steven Dillingham, Dillingham, you’ve, Organizations: Trump, The New York Times, Capitol, Republicans, Democrats, Republican, Capitol Police, Democratic, Senate, Power, Capitol . Credit, Lawmakers, IF ARTICLE, Trump loyalists, , United States Capitol, The New York, Intelligence Committee, Committee, University’s Washington College of Law, Air Force, United, YouTube, New York Times YouTube, Trump’s, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Bureau, Commerce, White, Census, Mr, American Locations: Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Wyoming, United States, Kevin McCarthy of California, New York, Maryland, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, North Carolina, Newark, Del, Republic, Fred Upton of Michigan, Illinois, California, Diana DeGette of Colorado, Rhode Island, Joaquin Castro of Texas, Eric Swalwell of California, Ted Lieu of California, Virgin, Colorado, U.S, Texas, Missouri
Experts told Business insider the clinic gains legitimacy from a program at Duke University researching stem cells and autism. One critic also pointed to links between the Stem Cell Institute and a major donor to the Duke research program. The website of Panama's Stem Cell Institute features glowing testimonials from former patients, and praise from Hollywood stars. It said that "some patients seeking cures and remedies are vulnerable to stem cell treatments that are illegal and potentially harmful." Clinics offering stem cell treatments rarely flag the risks associated with it, or the lack of strong scientific data underpinning it.
Persons: Duke, Joe Rogan, Neil Riordan, Mel Gibson, Riordan, Dan Bilzerian, Tony Robbins, Bernie Marcus, Josh Brolin, Richard Mills, Alycia Halladay, Joane Kurtzberg, Sara D, Davis, Paul Knoepfler, Knoepfler, Kurtzberg, Marcus, Leigh Turner, Turner, bioethicist Jeremy Snyder, Mills Organizations: FDA, Cell, Duke University, Stem Cell Institute, Hollywood, Home Depot, Stat News, Food and Drug Administration, UK's Bath University, Autism, Autism Science Foundation, Facebook, Duke, Business, Washington Post, Pediatrics, Duke University Tuesday, University of Sacramento, University of California, Marcus Foundation, Spectrum News, Cell International, Carolinas Cord Blood Bank, University of Minnesota, CNN, Bath University Locations: Central America, Ukraine, Panama, America, North Carolina, Durham , North Carolina
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