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Notices similar to nutrition labels are coming to broadband service. Similar to how food labels describe the contents of a package, the broadband labels would disclose data allowances and broadband speeds, as well as pricing information. New notices for broadband internet services are rolling out modeled on the nutrition labels for food. "The broadband nutrition label cuts through this confusion by clearly disclosing the cost and terms of service in a simple, consumer-friendly format," Stager said. The FCC considered a requirement for the broadband labels in 2016, the final year of the Obama administration.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joshua Stager, Stager, Obama, Trump, Biden, NCTA Organizations: Federal Communications, FCC, Consumer Reports, Consumer, New America Foundation, New, Technology Institute, & Television Association, Cable, Comcast, NBC Locations: Washington
Less than two days before the start of the storm, local National Weather Service offices put up Winter Storm Watches to begin outlining what to expect. Storm TimingThe snow is expected to begin late Friday along the East Coast as the coastal storm intensifies off the coast. Saturday will be the highest impact day, with heavy snow and strong winds expected especially for locations from eastern Long Island up through coastal New England. Per the current forecast, snow is most likely to end by early afternoon from Philadelphia to New York and around midnight for Boston. High temperatures were expected to moderate slightly on Thursday and Friday afternoon, but cold weather was expected to continue into the weekend.
Organizations: National Weather Service, Storm, Boston Locations: East Coast, Philadelphia, New York, Long, New England, Maine, Cape, Boston, Cape Cod, New York City, South Florida, Miami
In papers filed in federal court in Syracuse, lawyers for the attorney general's office questioned the timing of Trump's lawsuit, more than two years into a civil tax fraud investigation focused on the Trump Organization. Until now — only after Mr. Trump was served with a subpoena.”Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump also received subpoenas. Trump's lawsuit claimed that James' civil probe into his company's business practices was politically motivated and that he is the victim of "viewpoint discrimination." She urged the federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit, arguing that the Syracuse filing "smacks of forum shopping" — an attempt to find a friendlier legal venue. James added that Trump's company is in Manhattan, about 240 miles from Syracuse.
Persons: Letitia James, Donald Trump, , Trump’s, Trump, ” Donald Trump Jr, Ivanka Trump, James, , Alina Habba, Organizations: New, Trump Organization, Trump, Internal Revenue Service, Syracuse, Associated Press Locations: Syracuse, New York City, , Manhattan
A witness told federal prosecutors he was there when Matt Gaetz was told he had sex with a minor, The Daily Beast reported. Joe Ellicott was in the room when Joel Greenberg conveyed the information to Gaetz in a phone call in 2017. Ellicott struck a plea deal and is among several people cooperating in the sex crimes probe into Gaetz. Both men are now cooperating with federal investigators in the sex crimes probe into Gaetz. "After nearly a year of false rumors, not a shred of evidence has implicated Congressman Gaetz in wrongdoing," his chief of staff told ABC News on Wednesday.
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Joe Ellicott, Joel Greenberg, Ellicott, Gaetz's, Greenberg, Gaetz, Greenberg's, he's Organizations: Daily, Service, ABC News, Gaetz, NBC News, NBC Locations: Seminole, Florida
The leader of the Oath Keepers will remain jailed ahead of his tentative July trial, a judge ruled Wednesday. Prosecutors allege Stewart Rhodes helmed a sweeping plot to lay siege to the US Capitol on Jan. 6. Rhodes' estranged wife told the FBI that she feared for her and her children's lives if he was released. Prosecutors have charged more than 760 people in the siege, but the Oath Keepers' case marks the first sedition charges filed. The government also cited the potential risk his release might pose for his co-defendants and other Oath Keepers charged in the attack.
Persons: Stewart Rhodes, Rhodes, Elmer Stewart Rhodes, Nancy Pelosi, Kimberly Priest Johnson of, Johnson, Tasha Adams, Adams Organizations: Prosecutors, Capitol, FBI, Service, Kimberly Priest Johnson of Texas, CBS News Locations: Virginia, Washington, Montana
GM is investing heavily into EVs and projects it can overtake current market-leader Tesla by 2025. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the legacy automaker appears "to have some room for improvement." Tesla reported record profits for the final quarter of 2021 that topped analyst expectations. With the investment, GM will have production capacity for more than one million EV units in North America by 2025, the carmaker said. GM CEO Mary Barra told CNBC in October that her company can "absolutely" overtake Tesla as the top US-based EV seller by 2025.
Persons: Tesla, Elon Musk, Motors, Mary Barra, Tesla's, It's, Musk, Insider's Tim Levin Organizations: Service, CNBC, GM, Ford, Audi Locations: Michigan, North America, Fremont , California
Pablo Picasso's heirs are selling digital art pieces based off of one of the artist's ceramic works. Picasso's granddaughter Marina and her son Florian are selling 1,010 digital assets of a ceramic bowl by the artist. "We're trying to build a bridge between the NFT world and the fine art world," Florian Picasso said. "We're trying to build a bridge between the NFT world and the fine art world," Florian Picasso told the AP. Marina Picasso told the AP that the ceramic bowl that the digital art pieces would be based on dates back to October 1958.
Persons: Pablo Picasso's, Marina, Florian, Florian Picasso, Pablo Picasso, Marina Picasso, Florian Picasso's, Cyril Noterman, Kathryn Frazier, Sotheby's Organizations: Service, Associated Press, AP Locations: Spanish
Former President Donald Trump has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will be running in 2024. Trump was filmed at a golf game, where a golfing buddy introduces him as the "45th President of the United States." In response, Trump is seen turning around, grinning, and saying: "45th and 47th." However, the former president did say in November that he will "probably" wait until the 2022 midterm elections are over before confirming a 2024 run. Despite a deluge of Trumpworld-related legal troubles, Trump remains immensely popular with his base, leading fellow 2024 contender Florida Gov.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Ron DeSantis, Texas Sen, Ted Cruz, Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie Organizations: Service, Trump, TheYeshivaWorld.com, Florida Gov, Reuters, Republicans, New, New Jersey Gov Locations: United States, Florida, Iowa, Texas, New Jersey
Joe Rogan said it's weird to call someone "Black" unless they are "100% African from the darkest place." He mentioned that his guest, Jordan Peterson, had been called a "mean, mad white man" in a debate. In a four-hour podcast episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience," Rogan discussed an array of topics — including the Bible, the Joker, and Benzodiazepine abuse — with clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson. Rogan went on to comment that "the Black and white thing is so strange because there's such a spectrum of shades of people." Rogan, Peterson, and Dyson did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Persons: Joe Rogan, Jordan Peterson, Peterson, Rogan, Michael Eric Dyson —, Dyson, Neil Young, Joe Rogan's Organizations: Service, Georgetown University —, Daily, Spotify
A man photographed wearing an antisemitic sweatshirt during the Capitol riot has pleaded guilty. Robert Packer on Wednesday pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor trespassing charge. Robert Packer, 57, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to one trespassing charge stemming from his role in the insurrection. The count carries a possible six-month prison sentence, though other Capitol rioters who have pleaded guilty to the same charge have received little to no jail time. A photo of Robert Packer wearing his "Camp Auschwitz" sweatshirt inside a Virginia store in December 2020.
Persons: Robert Packer, Packer, , Ashli Babbitt, tipster, Justice Packer, Hitler Organizations: Service, Capitol, CNN, The, Justice, FBI Locations: Washington, Virginia, Nazi
BECOMING ENDEMICConservative lawmaker Andrew Bridgen told Reuters that further COVID-19 restrictions were "unlikely, unnecessary and politically impossible". Johnson himself told lawmakers last week: "As COVID becomes endemic, we will need to replace legal requirements with advice and guidance." Graham Medley, chair of the government's COVID modelling group, told Reuters that when Plan B was introduced, the severity of Omicron and the impact of boosters had been unclear. It's not just about living with COVID," said Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health at Liverpool City Council. I definitely feel like we're on the journey towards living safely with COVID - but I don't think we're there yet."
Persons: Johnson, UKHSA's, Boris Johnson, COVID lockdowns, Andrew Bridgen, Graham Medley, Medley, Harkishan Mistry, We've, Mistry, Sajid Javid, It's, Matthew Ashton, Nick Thomas, Alistair Smout, Elizabeth Piper, Clara, Laeila, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Omicron, Health Security Agency, Reuters, Conservative, Aris Katzourakis, Oxford University, National Health Service, Public Health, Liverpool City Council, Thomson Locations: England, Bradford, Europe, Witney, London, Madrid
Engagement hit a record high at LinkedIn in the last quarter of 2021 amid the Great Reshuffle. LinkedIn ad revenues rose 37% on-year, contributing to a 21% jump in quarterly profits at its parent company Microsoft. LinkedIn's engagement hit a record high in the last quarter of 2021, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a conference call with analysts and investors on Tuesday. LinkedIn ad revenues rose 37% from a year ago, contributing to a 21% jump in profits at parent company Microsoft for the quarter ending December 31. Microsoft bought LinkedIn for $26.2 billion in 2016 and is the tech giant's largest acquisition to date — though its latest $70 billion deal to buy Activision Blizzard would top that.
Persons: Satya Nadella, Nadella Organizations: LinkedIn, Microsoft, Service, Tech, Activision Locations: China
Sen. Ron Johnson said it's not "society's responsibility" to "take care of other people's children." He previously said he was "not a real fan" of the child tax credit. That's something they need to consider when they make that choice," Johnson told local Wisconsin TV station WKBT. Speaking to WKBT, Johnson said that he did not support moves by the government to help families find child care options. Johnson also admitted he was "not a real fan" of the child tax credit which offers parents up to $3,600 per child.
Persons: Sen, Ron Johnson, it's, Johnson, Wisconsin Sen, I've, WKBT, Joe Biden, Joe Manchin Organizations: Service, Wisconsin, Kwik, Wisconsin TV, WKOW, Democratic, Manchin Locations: La Crosse, West Virginia
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFinancial services firm discusses LG Energy Solution's market debutDaniel Yoo of Yuanta Securities weighs in on the battery giant's stock debut after South Korea's biggest-ever initial public offering.
Persons: Daniel Yoo Organizations: Financial, LG Energy, Yuanta Securities, South Korea's
BERLIN, Jan 27 (Reuters) - German prosecutors arrested and charged a Russian citizen with spying for Russia, alleging he had passed information on aerospace technology, in particular the Ariane space launch vehicle, to Russian intelligence. The arrest casts a spotlight on Russian intelligence activity in Germany even as Berlin faces pressure from Western allies to take a more robust stance in support of Ukraine as Russian forces mass on its borders. "The agency's interests particularly targeted the various development stages of the European space launcher Ariane and the accused's research into tools," prosecutors said in a statement. Germany is a major centre for Russian intelligence operations. ($1 = 0.8929 euros)Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterReporting by Thomas Escritt, editing by Kirsti Knolle and Kim CoghillOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jan, Thomas Escritt, Kirsti Knolle, Kim Coghill Organizations: Bavarian, Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service, SVR, Thomson Locations: Russian, Russia, Germany, Berlin, Ukraine, Chechen
A restaurant chain's owner says she was flooded with hate mail over a location that went viral. The owner said the location's general manager had set a Google-review quota for workers. "We immediately terminated not only the general manager but the assistant general manager because she did have a part in it," Bonfiglio told Insider on Tuesday. "We would never stand for a general manager taking it upon himself to do this," she continued, adding: "It was just absurd." "We oversee 1,100 people, and while 99% of them are amazing we did have a bad egg, unfortunately," she said, referring to the general manager.
Persons: Andrea Bonfiglio, Tio, Bonfiglio, didn't, she'd, who'd Organizations: Triple T Hospitality, Service, Tequila, Triple, Google Locations: Edison , New Jersey, New Jersey, Staten
The former first lady put up a hat, a watercolor, and an NFT for auction. Bids were only accepted in the Solana cryptocurrency, but its price crashed 40% during the auction. Buyers could only make bids using the Solana cryptocurrency, but the token's value crashed 40% while the auction was active. The white hat put up for auction earlier this month was worn by Trump during French President Emmanuel Macron's state visit to the US in April 2018. "Since 2018, this custom-designed hat has been symbolic of the French state visit to The White House.
Persons: Melania, Trump, Pierre, Marc, Antoine Coulon, Coulon, Emmanuel Macron's Organizations: Solana, Service, White House, Trump, Washington Post, French Locations: Solana
Elon Musk offered the owner of an account called "Elon's Jet" $5,000 to remove it, Protocol reported. The account uses public data to track the location of Musk's private jet. The "Elon's Jet" account shows the movements of Musk's private jet, using bots that monitor publicly available air traffic data. Per Protocol, the owner of the account, 19 year-old Jack Sweeney, received a message in fall last year at 12:13 a.m. from Musk. Musk offered Sweeney $5,000 after a few messages back and forth, Protocol reported.
Persons: Elon Musk, Jack Sweeney, Sweeney, Musk, It's Organizations: Service, Privacy
A neurologist explained why you think you fall asleep more easily on the couch. One key mistake is thinking sleeping on the couch helps you sleep in bed. "For example, they believe that falling asleep earlier in a place other than their bed helps them fall asleep quickly. "If you manage to fall asleep in less than a quarter of an hour, perfect. If not, get out of bed and do something relaxing in a relaxing place (it can be the sofa, but don't fall asleep).
Persons: Karol Uscamaita, Rac1, they'll, Uscamaita, drowsy Organizations: Service
Sarah Palin returned to a New York City restaurant two days after testing positive for COVID-19, Mediaite and the New York Post reported. It was the same restaurant she dined inside on Saturday, two days before her positive COVID-19 test on Monday. Luca Guaitolini, Elio's manager, told Mediaite in a Wednesday statement issued via a spokesperson: "Tonight Sarah Palin returned to the restaurant to apologize for the fracas around her previous visit." Luca Guaitolini, Elio's manager, confirmed Palin's visit to The New York Times, saying she dined inside with an unnamed longtime guest. "We just made a mistake," he told The Times of the restaurant's failure to check Palin's vaccination status.
Persons: Palin, didn't, Mediaite, Sarah Palin, Luca Guaitolini, Elio's Organizations: Service, New York Post, The New York Times, Times, New York City Locations: New York City, York, Alaska, Manhattan's
Credit... Joseph Prezioso/Agence France-Presse, via Getty ImagesUnvaccinated health care workers in roughly half the United States are required to get a first dose of a Covid vaccine by Thursday under a federal mandate that has understaffed hospitals and nursing homes bracing to lose more workers. The Biden administration’s mandate, which is to take effect in stages, will ultimately affect about 10 million health care workers in 76,000 hospitals, nursing homes, home-health agencies and other providers that participate in Medicaid and Medicare. Thursday’s deadline follows a Supreme Court decision on Jan. 13 that blocked a vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers but upheld a vaccination requirement for health care workers at facilities subsidized by federal funds. Health care workers in most of the remaining states, where a lower court had blocked the mandate, will have until Feb. 14 to receive a first dose. To keep their jobs, all health care workers must be fully vaccinated a month after their first dose.
Persons: Joseph Prezioso, Biden, Mark Parkinson, Parkinson, , Mary Susan Tack, Brian McGarry Organizations: Boston Healthcare, Agence France, Presse, Getty, American Health Care Association, Life Services, University of Rochester Locations: Boston, United States, California, Hawaii , Minnesota, New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, Nursing
More than 100,000 Russian troops are on the border with Ukraine, raising fears of an invasion. A senior MP said the UK could not 'ignore' hostilities because of its role in money laundering. Tom Tugendhat, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme the UK had a responsibility to act because of London's role in global money laundering. Brian Lawless/PA Images via Getty ImagesTugendhat's committee of British parliamentarians has long warned that Putin has been emboldened by the inaction of the UK to extensive tackle money laundering in London. He told the Guardian: "We have again to address the issue of the dirty money in the UK.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Ben Wallace, Tom Tugendhat, Brian Lawless, Putin, Putin's, Tugendhat, Biden Organizations: Service, Conservative, Russia, BBC, Foreign Affairs, BBC Radio, Tonbridge, Foreign, Guardian, American Center for Progress, London Locations: Ukraine, London, Europe, Ukrainian, Berlin, Moscow, Sarajevo, Bosnia, Russia, Edenbridge, Malling, Kremlin, City of London
It follows various reports about people being stalked with Apple's AirTag device. Apple's safety guide tells people what to do if they feel their safety is at risk. Apple says in the safety guide that someone who feels that their safety is at risk can contact their local US law enforcement who can then liaise with the company. The company confirmed to TechCrunch the safety guide was updated on Tuesday. Police in Canada warned in December that thieves were using AirTags to track high-end vehicles to owners' driveways, and then steal them, Insider reported.
Persons: Apple didn't, Apple AirTag Organizations: Apple, Service, TechCrunch, Police, Guardian, CNBC, BBC Locations: Canada
Beauty brand Glossier just laid off more than 80 corporate employees. CEO Emily Weiss said in an internal email that Glossier "got ahead of ourselves on hiring." Glossier, which launched in 2014 off the back of Weiss' beauty blog, Into the Gloss, became known as social media's favorite beauty brand. Weiss was credited for turning traditional beauty retail on its head by cracking the code for selling makeup directly to consumers through social-media channels. However, the brand has come under increased pressure as new players entered the market and the beauty sector becomes more crowded.
Persons: Emily Weiss, Glossier, Weiss Organizations: Service, Modern Retail, of Fashion Locations: New York, Los Angeles, LA, Seattle, London
In 1989, a Thai cleaner stole $20 million worth of diamonds from a Saudi prince and fled the country. 3 Saudi diplomats and one businessman hunting the gems were killed, and the two countries cut diplomatic ties. Saudi Arabia and Thailand reestablished diplomatic relations this week, more than 30 years after three Saudi diplomats were killed in a mission to recover diamonds stolen by a Saudi prince's Thai cleaner. Techamong sold the diamonds upon arriving in Thailand, and three Saudi diplomats based in Thailand were dispatched to track them down. During the diplomatic freeze, Saudi Arabia canceled work permits for tens of thousands of Thai migrant workers, Reuters reported.
Persons: Prayut Chan, ocha, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Kriangkrai Techamong, Faisal bin Fahd al, Saud, King Fahd, Techamong, Mohammed al, Ruwaili, Mohammed Said Khoja, Santhi, Sithanakan's, Chan, Prince Mohammed Organizations: Service, Thai, Saudi Press Agency, Saudi, Reuters Locations: Thai, Saudi, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Riyadh, Bangkok
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