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Canada annual inflation rate slows to 0.7% in December
  + stars: | 2021-01-20 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.96   time to read: +1 min
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada’s annual inflation rate slowed to 0.7% in December, down from a year-over-year increase of 1.0% in November, on lower air transportation prices and reduced food price growth, Statistics Canada said on Wednesday. FILE PHOTO: A Canadian dollar coin, commonly known as the "Loonie", is pictured in this illustration picture taken in Toronto January 23, 2015. REUTERS/Mark BlinchAnalysts polled by Reuters had expected the annual rate to remain at 1.0% in December. STORIES:Market reaction: CAD/Link: hereCOMMENTARYRYAN BRECHT, SENIOR ECONOMIST, ACTION ECONOMICS“The slowing in total and core CPI growth supports the BoC’s view that current accommodation will remain in place until 2023. So we’re not terribly surprised to see the negative month-over-month number on CPI.”“It’s nothing terribly alarming on the headline number.
Persons: Mark Blinch, RYAN BRECHT, ” ANDREW KELVIN, we’re, Organizations: TORONTO, Statistics, REUTERS, Reuters, ACTION, CANADA Locations: Statistics Canada, Toronto
Joe Biden has said that as the 46th president, he will work to unify an increasingly polarized country. Latinos who voted for and against Biden are trying to remain cautiously hopeful as he is sworn in Wednesday. "If he fails, we all fail, and I don't want this country to fail," Rodriguez, of Phoenix, said of Biden. Members of the National Guard gather near the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday before inaugural ceremonies for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. "It's going to be hard, because there's still going to be people that think the election was a fraud," said Saavedra, a first-time voter who favored Biden.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Reynaldo Decérega, Decérega, Vianca Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Olivier Douliery, Maryori Ryan, Ryan, Yumaira Saavedra, there's, Saavedra, that's, we've, Rachel Levine, Levine Organizations: NBC News, Democratic, Republican, U.S, Capitol, Trump, PBS, Marist, National Guard, Getty, Biden, Department of Health, Human Services, Senate, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: U.S, Virginia, Phoenix, Puerto Rico, AFP, West Palm Beach , Florida, Venezuela, Allentown , Pennsylvania
UPDATE 1-China proposes tougher anti-trust rules for non-bank payment industry
  + stars: | 2021-01-20 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
BEIJING, Jan 20 (Reuters) - China’s central bank proposed stepping up anti-trust measures to rein in payment firms such as Ant Group’s Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat Pay, which dominate the non-bank payment industry. So far China has 233 licensed players, with the market dominated by Alipay and WeChat Pay in terms of online transactions, according to report of consultancy iResearch. The PBOC’s proposed rules coincide with a wider clampdown on the financial activities of Chinese technology giants by Beijing, amid growing concerns of the risk of financial contagion resulting from their empire building. The PBOC will hold talks with institutions over their market dominance once a single player’s market share reached a third of the total non-bank payment industry, or when the market share of two players combined reached half of the total. It will also identify institutions as having a monopoly once a single player holds more than half of the market share in the nationwide electronic payment market, which also includes online and mobile banking payments.
Persons: Jan, Group’s, Liu Xu, ” Liu, Zhang Yan, Cheng Leng, Stella Qiu, Ryan Woo, Alexander Smith Organizations: People’s Bank of China, Alipay, National Strategy Institute of Tsinghua University, Reuters Locations: BEIJING, China, Beijing
He should talk about his faith, his family, his pragmatism and his commitment to working hard to be president of all America. There are others who believe that Biden has already come close to doing the exact opposite of what Sawhill proposes. They will invite a border surge that will force Biden to choose between mass detentions or ever-accelerating unauthorized migration. Musa al-Gharbi, a fellow in Columbia’s department of sociology, has focused on the contested issue of retaining African-American and Hispanic loyalty to the Democratic Party. So this is probably more of a story of alienation from the Democratic Party than resonance with the G.O.P.
Persons: Trump, Ryan Enos, Enos, Leonie Huddy, Stephen Ansolabehere, Biden, Jan, Mitch McConnell, Achilles, Donald J, , ” Ansolabehere, ” Isabel Sawhill, Sawhill, David Frum, George W, Bush, Trumper, David Bell, Clinton, Gingrich, Musa, William Frey Organizations: Capitol, Harvard, Facebook, Trump, Republicans, Stony Brook University, Republican, House, Communications, Democratic Party, Brookings, Biden, Princeton, Black Americans Locations: Biden’s, misstatements, bipartisanship, America, Iraq, Gharbi, Columbia’s
LONDON — European antitrust regulators have fined Valve and five other PC game publishers a total of 7.8 million euros ($9.5 million) over a practice known as "geo-blocking." Valve is most well known as the creator of the popular PC game store Steam. The European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, said Wednesday that Valve and other publishers restricted sales of video games based on the geographical location of users. Fines for those publishers were reduced to a maximum of 6 million euros due to their cooperation with EU competition officials, the EU said. However, Valve was fined over 1.6 million euros for refusing to cooperate.
Organizations: LONDON, Valve, European Commission, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Bethesda, Koch Media, EU Locations: Japanese, EU
Sources believe that Marty Baron will stay on as editor until the company can return to working from the office. In late 2015, Washington Post managing editor Kevin Merida told his boss, executive editor Marty Baron, that he was leaving for a senior job at ESPN. The Post is a profitable company that, along with The New York Times, dominated the biggest political story of a generation. This story is based on conversations with nine current and former Post staffers. New York Times media columnist Ben Smith reported that he is seen by insiders at both the Post and also the Los Angeles Times as a favored candidate.
Persons: Trump, Marty Baron, Kevin Merida, Steve Ginsberg, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump —, Read, , Los Angeles Times —, George Floyd, Krissah Thompson, Tom Cotton, James Bennet, weren't, Darren Sands, Sands, Felicia Sonmez, Kobe Bryant, Sonmez, Baron, Marty, Liev Schreiber, mused, Ilya S, Ben Smith, Ginsberg, Fred Ryan, Biden, Bonnie Jo Mount, Ryan, Donald Trump Organizations: Washington Post, ESPN, Amazon, The New York Times, Times, Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, BuzzFeed, Kobe, Tribeca Film, Trump, CNN, White House, Washington, Getty Locations: Merida, Georgia
President Donald Trump departed the White House Wednesday morning and was on his way to Florida. The twice-impeached president still has control of the nuclear football and sole nuclear strike authority until noon. President Donald Trump has departed the White House once and for all, but he still has control of the nuclear football and the ability to wage nuclear war until noon on Wednesday. The nuclear football, officially known as the "president's emergency satchel," is a heavy 45-pound briefcase that contains communication tools, codes, and options for nuclear war. But Trump flew off to Florida with the nuclear football, so things will be a little different this time around.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Trump, satchel, Dr, Jeffrey Lewis, Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Mark Milley, William Perry, Bill Clinton's Organizations: White, Marine, South, Joint Base Andrews, Air Force, National Military Command Center, Middlebury Institute for International Studies, Trump, Joint Chiefs, Staff, Politico Locations: Florida, Washington, DC, Russia
She lived frugally on a modest salary while going to schoolRodriguez graduated from high school in 2011, but she didn't go straight to college. By age 20, she'd landed a job as an associate financial advisor at a boutique advisory firm in Palm Desert, California. The job paid $65,000, and she used the bump in salary to pay off $1,500 in credit card debt. "The rest was going into my savings," Rodriguez says. The couple used their savings and joint incomes to aggressively pay down debt in 2019, including about $15,000 in student loan debt from Rodriguez and another $15,000 in entrepreneurship debt from Chris.
Persons: Rodriguez, she'd, Merrill Lynch, Stephen Parkhurst, Chris, London Grace Organizations: Liberty University, Financial Locations: Mexico, Wells Fargo, Palm Desert , California, Palm, Davis , California, New York, Yelp, London
'Far too close:' Army secretary reveals sobering details on riot
  + stars: | 2021-01-19 | by ( ) sentiment -0.74   time to read: 1 min
US Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy opens up to CNN's Barbara Starr about how close the Capitol riot came to a "disaster."
Persons: Army Ryan McCarthy, CNN's Barbara Starr Organizations: Army
Avril Haines , Biden's nominee for director of national intelligence, will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee at 10 a.m. , Biden's nominee for director of national intelligence, will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee at 10 a.m. Alejandro Mayorkas , Biden's homeland security secretary nominee, will appear before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee at 10 a.m. , Biden's homeland security secretary nominee, will appear before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee at 10 a.m. Lloyd Austin, Biden's nominee for defense secretary, will testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee at 3 p.m.
Persons: Janet Yellen, , , Biden, Biden's, Avril Haines, Alejandro Mayorkas, Tony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Joseph Robinette Biden, Wednesday, aren't, Jenna Ryan, Ryan, livestreamed, Trump, Joe Biden, Alexis McGill Johnson, Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi's, Riley June Williams, Jonathan Lund's Organizations: Senate Finance, Senate Intelligence, Senate, Senate Homeland Security, Governmental Affairs, Foreign Relations, Senate Armed, U.S, Capitol, Trump, NBC, NBC News, Biden, Washington , D.C, FBI Locations: U.S, Covid, Texas, Washington ,, Dallas, Pennsylvania, William's, Russia
By the end of 2021, Plaid aims to grow the number of local European employees at the firm to 100. Further expansion across Europe is "definitely on the cards," Keith Grose, Plaid's head of international, told CNBC. "We're in start-up mode," Grose said in an interview, shrugging off disappointment over a decision to halt the Visa acquisition. "The reality is Plaid is a different business," Plaid co-founder and CEO Zach Perret told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" on Friday. Prior to the Visa deal, Plaid had raised a total of $309.3 million from investors, according to Crunchbase data.
Persons: Zach Perret, George Frey, Plaid, Keith Grose, Plaid's, Grose, shrugging, that's, CNBC's, it's, Zach Organizations: Plaid, Tech, Bloomberg, Getty, Visa, CNBC, EU, U.S, U.S . Justice Department, Mastercard Locations: Salt Lake City , Utah, U.S, Europe, Britain, London, Amsterdam, Canada, Ireland, Spain, France, Netherlands
UK hospitals are using blockchain to track the temperature of coronavirus vaccines
  + stars: | 2021-01-19 | by ( Ryan Browne | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
LONDON — Two hospitals in the U.K. are actively using blockchain technology to help maintain the temperature of coronavirus vaccines before administering them to patients. The National Health Service facilities in South Warwickshire, England, are using tech developed by U.K. firm Everyware and U.S. organization Hedera Hashgraph. Everyware uses sensors to monitor equipment in real-time, while Hedera is a blockchain consortium backed by the likes of Google and IBM. Tom Screen, technical director at Everyware, told CNBC that its sensors would monitor the temperature of refrigerators storing vaccines. The hospitals would, in theory, be able to pick up on any irregularities in the storage of the vaccines before administering them to patients.
Persons: BioNTech, Hedera, blockchain, Screen Organizations: Pfizer, Guy's Hospital, National Health Service, Google, IBM, Walmart, CNBC, BioNTech Locations: London, United Kingdom, South Warwickshire, England
Senate returns as Trump impeachment trial looms
  + stars: | 2021-01-19 | by ( Nbc News | ) + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
She won past confirmation by the Republican-majority Pennsylvania Senate and has emerged as the public face of the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic. "She is a historic and deeply qualified choice to help lead our administration’s health efforts.” Read the story. Senate leaders Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., are working on a power-sharing agreement for a 50-50 Senate, according to a source familiar with the process. The deal would determine how the Senate and committees operate in an evenly divided Senate. The two are expected to talk Tuesday about that as well as Trump's upcoming impeachment trial, confirmation hearings for Biden nominees and coronavirus relief.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Rachel Levine, Levine, Tom Wolf, Dr, , Donald Trump’s, that’s, Trump’s, Trump, Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, Alex Padilla, Kamala Harris, Ossoff, Warnock, Gavin Newsom, Padilla, Harris, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden's, Ryan McCarthy, Mike Donilon, bipartisanship Organizations: Pennsylvania, U.S . Senate, Democratic Gov, Republican, Pennsylvania Senate, Dow, Trump, Capitol, Former, Capitol Hill, U.S . Capitol Police, Wednesday Senators, California Gov, FBI, Associated Press, Army, NBC, AP, Biden's Locations: Pennsylvania, Washington, Georgia, Ky
SEE NEW POSTSJon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock and Alex Padilla to be sworn into the Senate on Wednesday Senators-elect Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock and Alex Padilla will be sworn in Wednesday in the "late afternoon" by incoming Vice President Kamala Harris, according to two sources familiar with the plan. Ossoff and Warnock won their Senate runoff elections in Georgia on Jan. 5 and California Gov. Senate leaders Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., are working on a power-sharing agreement for a 50-50 Senate, according to a source familiar with the process. The deal would determine how the Senate and committees operate in an evenly divided Senate. "The Army is working with the FBI to vet all service members supporting the Inauguration National Special Security Event," the official said.
Persons: Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, Alex Padilla, Kamala Harris, Ossoff, Warnock, Gavin Newsom, Padilla, Harris, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Biden, Joe Biden's, Ryan McCarthy, Joe Biden, Mike Donilon, bipartisanship, Donald Trump, Steven Dillingham, Dillingham, Joseph Biden, Trump, Julie Chávez Rodriguez, Adrian Saenz, Chávez, Saenz, Chávez Rodríguez, Donald Trump's, It's, César Chavez, Read, Gary Gensler, Donald Trump’s, Jay Clayton, , Barbara Roper, ” Gensler, Goldman Sachs, Clinton, Hillary Clinton’s, “ Gary, , Tyler Gellasch Organizations: Wednesday Senators, California Gov, FBI, Associated Press, Army, NBC, AP, Biden's, Census, Trump, Electoral College, Democratic, Obama White House, Intergovernmental Relations, Public, U.S . Capitol, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Donald Trump’s SEC, Consumer Federation of America, Treasury Department, Commodity Futures, Biden, CFTC, Healthy Locations: Georgia, Ky, U.S, Dillingham, Pennsylvania
Ether is closing in on an all-time high. The cryptocurrency, one of many alternatives to bitcoin, rallied as much as 17% on Tuesday to an intraday high of $1,439, according to data from industry site CoinDesk. Ether, the world's second-biggest cryptocurrency by market value, has almost doubled year-to-date. The cryptocurrency shot up close to $42,000 a couple weeks ago, but has declined since and was last trading at $36,980. On the other hand, skeptics in the traditional financial world — like economist Nouriel Roubini and strategist David Rosenberg — view it as a speculative bubble.
Persons: That's, bitcoin, Bitcoin, It's, Nouriel Roubini, David Rosenberg
Two National Guard troops were pulled off the presidential inauguration security mission, the AP reported Tuesday. The Guard members were found to have ties to far-right militia groups, according to Army and intelligence officials. A National Guard Bureau spokesperson said that the Guard does not currently have information on the reported removal of the Guard troops but stressed that extremism in the ranks will not be tolerated. There are more than 21,500 National Guard troops currently deployed to Washington, DC in support of the presidential inauguration, the National Guard Bureau said in a statement Monday. A National Guard Bureau spokesperson told Insider that the Guard could not currently substantiate the AP report but added that the National Guard does "not tolerate extremism in its ranks."
Persons: Joe Biden's, Biden, Donald Trump, Mark Milley, Chris Miller, it's, Daniel R Organizations: National Guard, Guard, FBI, National Guard Bureau, Associated Press, Army, AP, National Guard personnel, Trump, Capitol, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Virginia National Guard, Joint Chiefs, Staff, New York Times, Department of Defense Office, Department of Defense Locations: Washington ,
Conference and events space provider Convene lost 80% of its revenue in 2020. As the flex office space sector suffers, Convene is switching 50% of its business to digital gatherings. But so far, the company's effort to make virtual events a robust revenue engine has fallen flat, earning just $1 million. Meeting and event space provider Convene is planning for half of its business to migrate online, CEO Ryan Simonetti told Insider. "It was a challenging year, last year and there were a lot of tough decisions, including layoffs and furloughing and shutting locations," Simonetti said.
Persons: Ryan Simonetti, Simonetti, airfare, Breather, Goldman Sachs, Daniel Geiger Organizations: Los Angeles , Washington DC Locations: New York City, New York, Boston , Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles , Washington, London, dgeiger
In this photo illustration, a visual representation of digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) is arranged on a circuit board of a hard drive. Bitcoin and U.S. tech stocks are viewed by investors as the biggest market bubbles right now, according to a Deutsche Bank survey released Tuesday. U.S. tech stocks were seen as the next largest bubble, Deutsche Bank said, with an average score of 7.9 out of 10 and 83% of respondents giving it a tech bubble rating of 7 or higher. Investors also think that bitcoin and electric car manufacturer Tesla are more likely to fall than rise over the next year. The world's largest cryptocurrency by market value rallied to an all-time high of nearly $42,000 just two weeks ago before slipping sharply.
Persons: Jan, Tesla, Bitcoin Organizations: Deutsche Bank, Investors Locations: U.S
NASA hit a snag during a critical test of the core stage of its moon rocket, the Space Launch System, on Saturday. The test automatically ended due to an issue with an engine's hydraulic system, NASA said Tuesday. Crews at Stennis Space Center lift the core stage of NASA's Space Launch System into place at test stand B-2 on January 22, 2020. NASAThe core stage is the world's largest and most powerful rocket stage, according to NASA. This particular rocket stage is the one that's set to fly Artemis 1 — an uncrewed test flight around the moon.
Persons: Crews, Rocketdyne, Jim Bridenstine, we've, Ryan McKibben, McKibben, NASA doesn't, John Honeycutt, Bridenstine, Artemis, It's, Robert Markowitz, Wayne Hale, Honeycutt, Dave Mosher Organizations: NASA, Stennis Space Center, Boeing, NASA's Stennis Space Center, Controllers, SLS, NASA's Marshall Space Flight, Artemis, Associated Press, Kennedy Space Center, NASA Space, Shuttle, Twitter Locations: Bay St, Louis , Mississippi, NASA's, Cape Canaveral , Florida, Florida
American Express — Shares of American Express jumped 3.5% in midday trading after JPMorgan issued an upbeat note on the payments company and advised investors to buy the stock. The Wall Street firm said it sees an upcoming surge in dining out post coronavirus. DraftKings – Shares of DraftKings dropped more than 4% after Berenberg initiated coverage on the sports-betting company with a sell rating. The Wall Street firm said investor expectations on the company are "overoptimistic" and shares are priced for perfection. State Street — Shares of State Street edged up nearly 1% after the company reported better-than-expected revenue for the fourth quarter.
Persons: bode, Chewy, Ryan Cohen, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Gilead, Piper Sandler, Pippa Stevens, Tom Franck, Jesse Pound, Yun Li Organizations: General Motors, Microsoft, Cruise, GM, American, American Express, JPMorgan, GameStop, Russell, Investment, , UBS, Bank of America, Refinitiv, Darden, Gilead Sciences, Lumentum Holdings Locations: Cruise, Refinitiv, Gilead
CNN's Ryan Young speaks to Black voters in Atlanta, Georgia, who are looking forward to change and unity under the incoming Joe Biden administration.
Persons: CNN's Ryan Young, Joe Biden Locations: Atlanta , Georgia
Independent pandemic review panel critical of China, WHO delays
  + stars: | 2021-01-18 | by ( Stephanie Nebehay | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Specifically, it questioned why the WHO’s Emergency Committee did not meet until the third week of January and did not declare an international emergency until its second meeting on Jan. 30. “Although the term pandemic is neither used nor defined in the International Health Regulations (2005), its use does serve to focus attention on the gravity of a health event. “The global pandemic alert system is not fit for purpose”, it said. European countries led by France and Germany have pushed for addressing the WHO’s shortcomings on funding, governance and legal powers. The panel called for a “global reset” and said that it would make recommendations in a final report to health ministers from the WHO’s 194 member states in May.
Persons: Aly, Helen Clark, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Mike Ryan, , Donald Trump Organizations: REUTERS, GENEVA, World Health Organization, WHO, New Zealand, Liberian, Nations agency.Their, Locations: Wuhan, Hubei province, China, Geneva, COVID, United States, France, Germany
WHO says expects global COVID deaths to top 100,000 a week
  + stars: | 2021-01-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Executive Director of the World Health Organization's (WHO) emergencies program Mike Ryan speaks at a news conference on the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in Geneva, Switzerland February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseGENEVA (Reuters) - Global deaths from COVID-19 are expected to top 100,000 per week “very soon”, from more than 93,000 reported last week, the World Health Organization’s top emergency expert Mike Ryan said on Monday. In an epidemiological update provided to the WHO’s exective board meeting, he added that the Americas region accounted for about 47 percent of current deaths. In Europe, cases and deaths are stabilising but at a high level, he said. “Currently our epidemiological situation is dynamic and uneven, it’s futher complicated by variants,” he told the board.
Persons: Health Organization's, Mike Ryan, Denis Balibouse GENEVA, Organizations: Health, REUTERS Locations: Geneva, Switzerland, COVID, Americas, Europe
U.S. defense officials say they are worried about an inside attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Associated Press reported. As a result, the FBI is now vetting all service members on hand in the capital to support the inauguration, an Army official told NBC News on Sunday. “The Army is working with the FBI to vet all service members supporting the Inauguration National Special Security Event,” the official said. Pentagon officials have told NBC News that they have seen no evidence of any threats. The FBI’s vetting of all service members is a change from last week when the Army said it was working with the Secret Service to determine which troops would require additional background screening.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, , Ryan McCarthy, Biden, George Washington, Timothy Shubert, ” Shubert, “ There's, ” It's, Muriel Bowser, ” Bowser, Organizations: Associated Press, FBI, Army, NBC, AP, Virginia National Guard, Pentagon, NBC News, Department of Justice, U.S . Capitol Police, Service, Washington D.C, Trump, Capitol, National Guard, NBC News . National Guard, NBC Washington, Guard, , Press, United States Army Locations: U.S, Washington
Jenna Ryan, center, looking at her phone while entering the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. I was documenting what was going on in the environment I was in.”“I’m glad I was there,” she added later in the interview. “We were going in solidarity with President Trump,” she said. “President Trump requested that we be in D.C. on the 6th. And she made a plea for President Trump to pardon her and the other nonviolent protesters.
Persons: Jenna Ryan, Donald Trump, Ryan, Trump, didn’t, , ” Ryan, , ” “ I’m, I’ll, “ We’re, “ I'm, Brian, MAGA, ‘ Heck, let's, ’ ”, wouldn't, President Trump, ” Jenna Ryan, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Pence, Pence, , We’re, Mitch “ turtleface ” McConnell, Ryan –, “ Y’all, Joe Biden, “ I’m Organizations: Facebook, Trump, Washington , D.C, Capitol, FBI, NBC News, Attorney's, , , Patriots, YouTube, Twitter, U.S . Capitol, America Locations: Washington ,, Dallas, Texas, , Washington
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