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The shortage of mental-health services was underscored during the pandemic as more people sought help dealing with the upheaval it caused. Many sufferers of mental-health issues can’t find the help they need. More than a third of the U.S. population, about 130 million people, live in areas that have a dearth of mental-health workers. Residents of underserved areas have roughly a quarter of the providers they need, in aggregate, the Kaiser Family Foundation says. The shortage is even more acute in rural areas.
Organizations: Kaiser Family Foundation, U.S ., Finance, Health Resources, Services Administration
Democrats spent last week swearing that only high earners would be squeezed under their plan to beef up the Internal Revenue Service. A quick analysis from the budget scorer confirms that the audit expansion will ensnare the middle class. The CBO made the point in an Aug. 12 letter to Sen. Mike Crapo , who had sought to bind Democrats to their promise to limit audits to high earners. If the IRS expansion plan “is not about folks who make less than $400,000,” as White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed, why not make that clear in the bill? Mr. Crapo proposed an amendment to ensure new audits would exclude taxpayers earning less than $400,000, but Democrats voted it down 51 to 50.
Persons: Sen, Mike Crapo, Karine Jean, Pierre, Crapo Organizations: Internal Revenue Service, Congressional, Office, CBO, White
The DOJ is investigating efforts to overturn the 2020 election and confiscated Rep. Scott Perry's phone. Rep. Adam Schiff said the seizure suggests the department views the fake elector's scheme as criminal. The DOJ is investigating Republican efforts to overturn the 2020 election and Rep. Scott Perry, an ally of former President Donald Trump, is apparently a key figure in the probe. Perry has said he introduced Trump to Jeffrey Clark, a Justice Department official who believed the election was inaccurate. Perry called the seizure of his phone an "abuse of power" on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures."
Persons: Scott Perry's, Adam Schiff, Perry, , Scott Perry, Donald Trump, Schiff, Margaret Brennan, Trump, Jeffrey Clark, Clark, isn't, Perry texted, Mark Meadows, Biden Organizations: DOJ, Fox News, Service, Policy, Policy California Democratic, Department, Pennsylvania Republican, California congressman, Justice Department, CBS, Trump, Washington Post, White, Dominion, CIA Locations: Policy California, Pennsylvania, California
Salman Rushdie's recovery is "headed in the right direction," his agent told The New York Times Sunday. Rushdie was stabbed 10 times in an attack reports say may be linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps. Rushdie was attacked Friday as he took the stage to give a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in New York. "The road to recovery has begun," Andrew Wylie, Rushdie's literary agent, said in a text message to The New York Times. "A 24-year-old born in the United States did not come up with Salman Rushdie as a target on his own," a Middle Eastern intelligence official told VICE World News.
Persons: Salman, Rushdie, Khomeini, , Salman Rushdie, Andrew Wylie, Zafar Rushdie, Hadi Matar, Muhammad, Matar Organizations: New York Times, Revolutionary Guard Corps, Service, Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, Chautauqua Institution, CNN, NBC News New, Iranian Armed Forces, Islam, NATO Locations: New York, NBC News New York, New Jersey, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United States
The Gurnee Police Department confirmed to Insider there was an active incident. Six Flags Great America said three people were injured during the shooting. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy PolicyParkgoers were evacuated from Six Flags Great America amusement park in Gurnee, Illinois, on Sunday after reports of a shooting. In a statement provided to Insider, Six Flags Great America said three people were injured after shots were fired from a vehicle in the parking lot which then fled the scene. "Park security personnel and officers from the on-site Gurnee Police Department Substation responded immediately.
Persons: Organizations: Gurnee Police Department, America, Service, Gurnee Police Department Substation Locations: Gurnee , Illinois
Phil Mudd said threats against law enforcement resemble the period leading up to the Capitol attack. Threats have escalated as Republicans lash out against the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago. Mudd appeared on CNN Sunday to discuss the aftermath of the unprecedented FBI raid on former President Donald Trump's residence. The man was also believed to have been at the Capitol on January 6, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press. The Justice Department is investigating possible violations of three laws related to the handling of government documents, including the Espionage Act.
Persons: Phil Mudd, , Mudd, Donald Trump's, baselessly, CNN's Jim Acosta, Trump Organizations: FBI, CIA, Service, Capitol, CNN, FBI's National Security Branch, Republican, Trump, Associated Press, Justice, National Archives Locations: Mar, South Asia, America, Phoenix , Arizona, Cincinnati , Ohio
Ron Johnson said he thought Mar-a-Lago was "a pretty safe place" for top-secret documents. "So no, I'm not overly concerned about some top-secret information getting leaked out," he said. Johnson, who sits on the Senate's homeland security and foreign relations committees, added that he is "always concerned" about classified documents but thought there was no cause for worry with the documents in Trump's hands. The FBI took 11 sets of classified documents — some of which were reportedly marked top secret and concerned nuclear weapons — from Mar-a-Lago after executing a search warrant on the property last Monday. For his part, the former president has not denied a Washington Post report that the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago home for classified documents that contained nuclear information.
Persons: Ron Johnson, , Wisconsin Sen, Donald Trump's, Johnson, that's, Trump, Mary McCord, Shinzo Abe, Prosecutors, Zhang Yujing, John Kelly, Trump's, Kelly Organizations: Service, Wisconsin, Wisconsin ABC, WISN, Department, FBI, National Archives, Justice, Washington Post, Reuters, of Justice, Japanese, Korean, intel Locations: Florida, Donald Trump's Florida, Mar
Tesla has produced over 3 million cars to date, with 1 million of them made in its Shanghai factory. Tesla has been in "supply chain hell" for the past few years, Musk said in July. Musk was congratulating Tesla Shanghai on making its one-millionth car, which came amid months of lockdowns and COVID-19 restrictions in China. While producing over 3 million cars is a milestone for Tesla, the electric-vehicle maker still lags far behind output from legacy car companies. Toyota, the world's largest car maker, delivered over 10 million cars, while Volkswagen, the world's second-biggest auto maker, delivered almost 9 million cars — and that's just in 2021 alone.
Persons: Tesla, Elon Musk, Musk Organizations: Service, Shanghai Gigafactory, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen Locations: Shanghai, Tesla Shanghai, China, California , Texas, Berlin
A key part of that operation would be China's Marine Corps, which has more than doubled in size since 2017. One important element of those plans is the People's Liberation Army Navy Marine Corps, or PLANMC, which has more than doubled in size since 2017. The death and rebirth of China's Marine CorpsMembers of China's Marine Corps at a military training base in China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region on January 21, 2016. (You can read more about the Ground Forces' amphibious units in this study by People's Liberation Army expert Dennis Blasko.) A Chinese Marine Corps armored vehicle fires during a drill at a military base in Taonan, Jilin province, January 25, 2015.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Connor Kennedy, Stringer, Dennis Blasko, Vitaly Nevar, Lance Corporal J.J, Harper, Kennedy, Beijing's, China's, Sébastien Roblin Organizations: Marine Corps, Service, US, Liberation Army Navy Marine Corps, China Maritime Studies, China's, Corps, REUTERS, South China Sea, Aviation, Special Forces, Ground Forces, People's Liberation Army, Navy Marine, Liberation Army Navy, Marines, Games, Mechanized, US Marine Corps, Marine, Amphibious Mechanized Battalion, Theater Command, Marine Brigade, 1st Marine Brigade, 2nd Marine Brigade, 164th Marine Brigade, 3rd Marine Brigade, Fujian East 13th Coastal, 4th Marine Brigade, Guangdong East 7th Coastal Defense Brigade, 5th Marine Brigade, Shandong North 8th Coastal Defense, 6th Marine Brigade, Shandong North 77th Motorized Infantry, PLA, Aviation Brigade, Brigade, China's Navy, Reuters, sealift, NBC, Georgetown University, Peace Corps, Twitter Locations: Taiwan, China, Ukraine, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, Vietnam, South, Pacific, China's, Djibouti, Getty, shipdeck, Zhanjiang, City , Province, Guangdong, Fujian East, Guangdong East, Shandong North, Dauphin, Somalia, Yemen, Target Taiwan, China's Fujian Province, Taonan, Jilin province, Russian
Fox News host Eric Shawn asked if Trump tried to sell the classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago. He wondered if Trump tried to "sell or share" documents "to the Russians" or "the Saudis." Shawn's speculation comes amid Trump's growing ire against Fox News programs like "Fox & Friends." Did former President Trump try to sell or share the highly classified material to the Russians or to the Saudis, or others?" Separately, Doocy told House GOP chair Elise Stefanik that the FBI's raid was "kind of a big deal" given that agents were looking to retrieve classified documents "related to nuclear weapons."
Persons: Eric Shawn, Trump, , Donald Trump, Shawn, Rebekah Koffler, Steve Doocy, Steve Scalise, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Greene, Doocy, Elise Stefanik, Bret Baier —, Barack Obama, Obama, Baier, Doocy —, Jesse Watters, Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell Organizations: Fox News, &, Service, Fox, Mar, Trump, segueing, — Citizen Free Press, GOP, Republican Party, FBI, NARA, National Archives, Records Administration, Fox &, Justice Locations: Mar, Lago, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Florida, Chicago
The FBI and DHS have reported a spike in threats against federal agents after the Mar-a-Lago raid. They also warned in a joint bulletin of an increase in calls for "civil war" and "armed rebellion." In a joint bulletin, first reported by ABC News' Aaron Katersky, both agencies referenced a recent spike in violent threats against federal law enforcement officials and even the federal judge who issued the warrant for the search. It added that domestic extremists might use the 2022 midterm election as an "additional flashpoint" to escalate threats against law enforcement and their "perceived ideological opponents," per CBS. In similar incidents over the weekend, right-wing media outlet Breitbart News and a former Trump aide were separately accused of doxxing two FBI agents who were involved in the Mar-a-Lago search.
Persons: , Donald Trump's Mar, Aaron Katersky Organizations: FBI, DHS, Service, Department of Homeland Security, ABC News, CBS, Breitbart, Trump Locations: Lago, Ohio, Cincinnati
Kingdom Holdings invested in Russia's Gazprom, Rosneft, and Lukoil from February to March this year. Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund owns 17% of Kingdom Holdings. Kingdom Holdings, one of Saudi Arabia's highest profile companies, is mostly owned by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. Kingdom Holdings posted details of the transactions into Russian energy companies Gazprom, Rosneft, and Lukoil on Twitter on Sunday. The tweets show the company invested 1.37 billion Saudi riyals, or $365 million, in Gazprom and 196 million riyals in Rosneft in February 2022.
Persons: Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Abdulaziz bin Salman Organizations: Kingdom Holdings, Gazprom, Rosneft, Saudi, Service, Privacy, Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding Company, Twitter, European Union, Russia, OPEC Locations: Ukraine, Saudi, Gazprom, Rosneft, Lukoil, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Riyadh
George Conway said the DOJ's probe of documents found at Mar-a-Lago could land Trump in jail. On CNN, Conway called the probe the "shortest distance between Trump and an orange jumpsuit." "I think the shortest distance between Donald Trump and an orange jumpsuit is this investigation with the documents," Conway said. When asked by Acosta why he thought Trump was holding on to those documents, Conway suggested there was "no valid reason." In a separate interview on CNN on Saturday, Conway also slammed those defending Trump, calling them "basically desperate."
Persons: George Conway, Conway, , Donald Trump, Department's, CNN's Jim Acosta, Trump, we've, Acosta, Erin Burnett, we'd Organizations: Trump, CNN, Service, Trump's, Mar, FBI, Justice, National Archives Locations: Mar, Florida
Rep. Michael McCaul accused the White House of failing to plan the withdrawal from Afghanistan. McCaul is the ranking GOP member in the House's Foreign Affairs Committee. His comments came as Republicans on the committee prepared a scathing report of the withdrawal. Sign up for our newsletter to receive our top stories based on your reading preferences — delivered daily to your inbox. There was no plan, and there's no plan executed," McCaul said of the withdrawal.
Persons: Michael McCaul, , Biden, Joe Biden, Margaret Brennan, McCaul, Brennan, Antony Blinken, Hunter Biden, Adrienne Watson, Watson Organizations: Foreign Affairs, Service, Rep, Republican, House Foreign Affairs, US State Department, GOP, CBS, White, Hamid, State Department, American, Washington Post, National Security, United States Locations: Afghanistan, McCaul, White House, Vietnam, Kabul, Kabul's, Iran, Iranian, United
A Finnish tourist site has started playing the Ukrainian national anthem to protest the Ukraine war. The attraction is popular with Russian tourists, Agence-France Presse reported. Meanwhile, Finland is moving toward a travel ban for Russian tourists in light of the invasion. However, since July 18, the city of Imatra has been opening the 16-minute show with the Ukrainian national anthem instead, its website said. In the nearby city of Lappeenranta, a popular shopping spot for Russian tourists, the Ukrainian national anthem is also being played every day from its city hall, AFP reported.
Persons: , Jean Sibelius, Finland, Putin Organizations: Ukrainian, Agence, France Presse, Service, Agence France, — AFP, Agency, AFP, Guardian, Nordic, European Union Locations: Ukraine, Finland, Finnish, Imatra, , Russian, Lappeenranta, Ukrainian, Moscow, Russia, Estonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland
Californians who qualify are eligible to receive anywhere from $200 to $1,050 depending on their income and tax filing status. David Ige approved the measure to refund each resident of Hawaii $100 or $300 based on their income, tax filing status and a number of exemptions. MassachusettsThe Massachusetts legislature recently failed to approve $250 stimulus checks for qualifying residents, however, money is still likely to be distributed to a wide swath of Massachusetts citizens. New MexicoNew Mexico is providing two separate stimulus checks to its residents, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. These rebates are being paid out automatically this month to those who have already filed their 2021 state income tax returns.
Persons: Gavin Newsom, You'll, Bill, Jan, John Carney, Ron DeSantis, Brian Kemp, David, Brad Little, Eric Holcomb, Holcomb, Janet Mills, Charlie Baker, Phil Murphy, Michelle Lujan Grisham, who's, Henry McMaster, hasn't, Roth Organizations: California Gov, California's, , state's Department of Revenue, Gov, Delaware's Department of Finance, of Georgia's Department of Revenue, of Hawaii's Department, Taxation, Payments, Tax Commission, Illinois, of, . Indiana Gov, Indiana Department of Revenue, Maine Revenue Services, Massachusetts Gov, New Jersey's, Oregon Oregon, Oregon Earned, South Carolina, South Carolina's Department of Revenue, Virginia Residents, Virginia Department, Taxation's, Fidelity, ®, Fidelity Investments, Savings, American Express, Express National, FDIC, American Express National Locations: California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Idaho's, Illinois Illinois, of Illinois, Maine Maine, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Mexico New Mexico, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia
Federal agents took classified documents from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. On Monday, federal agents took 11 sets of classified documents after searching former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. In a statement released Friday, Trump didn't deny a Washington Post report saying documents with information about nuclear weapons were part of the search. "Nuclear weapons issue is a Hoax, just like Russia, Russia, Russia was a Hoax, two Impeachments were a Hoax, the Mueller investigation was a Hoax, and much more. "It really underscores the fact that nuclear weapons are too dangerous for any country or person to be able to control," she told Insider.
Persons: ICAN, Alicia Sanders, Donald Trump's Mar, , Trump, Mueller, Sanders, Zakre Organizations: ICAN, Service, Mar, Nuclear, Wall Street, Post, Justice Department, Department, Justice Locations: Russia
On Monday, FBI agents seized 11 sets of classified documents from former President Donald Trump. On Monday, FBI agents seized 11 sets of classified documents former President Donald Trump had stashed in his home office at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. Included in the documents was secret information that only those with government-issued security clearances had access to. In ascending order of importance to national security, the levels of classified documents are Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret. Older versions of these cover sheets are shown in black and white.
Persons: Donald Trump, , Trump Organizations: FBI, Service, Federation of American Scientists, Mar, Department of Defense, National Archives, US General Services Administration, GSA, CDS Locations: Lago, Florida, United States
Sources told NBC News that in the last days of Trump's presidency aides rushed to pack up documents. One source said Trump didn't seriously start preparing to exit the White House until after January 6. But, given the recovery of additional classified documents on Monday, the report raised questions about how cooperative and forthcoming the former president and his team have been with investigators. Trump's office did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. During his four years in office, Trump developed a reputation for being flippant with presidential records, which are required by law to be preserved.
Persons: Trump didn't, , Donald Trump, Trump, Lago Organizations: NBC News, Service, Mar, NBC, FBI, New York Times, Justice Department, Trump Locations: Mar, Trump's
Author Salman Rushdie was stabbed roughly 10 times Friday in what prosecutors called a premeditated attack. Rushdie was stabbed roughly 10 times on Friday as he was taking the stage to deliver a lecture in what prosecutors called a premeditated and targeted attack, The New York Times reported. On Friday, Rushdie's agent, Andrew Wylie told The New York Times: "The news is not good. Matar, a New Jersey resident and US citizen, was carrying two fake IDs when he was arrested, The New York Times reported. CNN reported Matar did not speak during his arraignment, though his lawyer said he was being "cooperative."
Persons: Salman Rushdie, Hadi Matar, , Rushdie, Jason Schmidt, Andrew Wylie, Salman, Matar, Matar's, Joe Biden, Jill, Salman Rushdie —, Muhammad, Khomeini Organizations: Service, New York Times, CNN, Resilience, Islam, New York State Police Locations: Chautauqua County, New Jersey
Officials in Florida are asking the public to stop disrupting mating manatees. "If you see a manatee mating herd, observe respectfully from a distance. During mating, manatees will huddle together in a large group, with the mating herd consisting of a single female surrounded by a dozen or more males, drawn to her by her pheromones. Florida manatees are protected under both federal and state law, but recent mortality events have sparked concern for the species. Federal and state wildlife officials have classified the deaths as an "unusual mortality event" that "demands immediate response."
Persons: Kane Rigney, Jane Davenport Organizations: EPA, Service, Sarasota Police Department, Mote Marine Laboratory, Aquarium, Tampa Bay, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Federal, Environmental Protection Agency, Center for Biological Diversity, of Wildlife, US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service Locations: Florida, South Lido, Palm Beach, Manatee
The FBI recovered 11 boxes of classified documents during its raid of Mar-a-Lago on Monday. A Trump lawyer told the Justice Department in June there were no classified materials on the property, The New York Times reported. The statement was given to the Justice Department after a counterintelligence official had visited Mar-a-Lago on June 3, the outlet reported. The court documents revealed the Justice Department was investigating possible violations of three laws that related to the handling of government documents, including part of the Espionage Act. The written statement reported by the Times provides additional insight into the events that led to the Justice Department taking such an unprecedented step.
Persons: Trump, , Donald Trump, Taylor Budowich Organizations: FBI, Justice Department, New York Times, Service, The New York Times, Mar, Republican, Times, Trump Locations: Mar, Lago
The FBI recovered 11 boxes of classified documents during the Mar-a-Lago raid, court documents say. Mary Trump, a vocal critic of her uncle, said she thinks Jared Kushner may have been the informant. The host asked her who she thinks could be the "Mar-a-Lago mole" after reports said the FBI was tipped off by an informant close to the former president. Cohen, who has also become a vocal Trump critic, said. Newsweek reported two government officials with knowledge of the raid said a person informed law enforcement there were certain documents at Mar-a-Lago.
Persons: Mary Trump, Jared Kushner, , Donald Trump, Dean Obeidallah, Meadows, Jared, Mohammed bin Salman, I'm, wasn't, Kushner, Michael Cohen, Insider's Natalie Musumeci, Cohen, Trump, Ivanka Trump, It's, Ivanka Organizations: FBI, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Service, Mar, Street Journal, Trump Locations: Saudi Arabia, Mar, Lago
A former DOJ official who oversaw Hillary Clinton's emails said documents retrieved at Mar-a-Lago were "egregious." FBI agents found Trump with 11 sets of highly sensitive government information. On Monday, the FBI searched former President Donald Trump's Palm Beach, Florida, home and seized 11 sets of classified documents from the former president. The release of Top Secret information can cause "exceptionally grave damage" to national security, according to Executive Order 13526. Laufman also said the discovery of the documents during the FBI's search "completely validates the government's investigation" into the former President.
Persons: Hillary, , Hillary Clinton's, Donald Trump's, Trump, David Laufman, Erin Burnett, Laufman Organizations: DOJ, FBI, Trump, Service, Justice Department, Department of Justice, Department of, CNN, Intelligence Committee Locations: Mar, Beach , Florida, United States
Ricky Shiffer was killed after trying to breach an FBI field office in Cincinnati. An extremism researcher says the gunman who tried to breach an Ohio FBI field office was inspired by far-right groups and rhetoric who push conspiracy theories that can get those who ascribe to their beliefs killed. Jon Lewis, a research fellow at the Program on Extremism at George Washington University, told Insider that the gunman's actions were, unfortunately, not surprising. "They're picking up guns and they're going to FBI field offices and I think that that should be a massive concern," he said. On Thursday, after Shiffer tried to attack the field office, he took law enforcement on a car chase where he was fatally shot after raising a gun.
Persons: Ricky Shiffer, , Jon Lewis, Lewis, Shiffer, Donald Trump's, RickyWShifferJr, It's, Donald Trump Organizations: Service, George Washington University, Ohio FBI, Extremism, FBI, NBC News, Navy, The New York Times Locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, FBI Cincinnati, Mar, American
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