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Northwell, New York’s largest healthcare provider, offers appointments only as it gets more vaccine, and only after allocating doses to people scheduled for their second shots, Kemp said. Although the supply flow has been sporadic, Northwell expects to offer appointments in the coming week, he added. Besides New York, signs of vaccine supply strains appeared in Vermont, Michigan, South Carolina, New Jersey and Oregon. Adding to the inter-governmental tension was a squabble in which several governors accused the Trump administration on Friday of deceptively pledging to distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses from a stockpile that the U.S. health secretary has since acknowledged does not exist. Since the first vaccine was administered in the United States in mid-December, nearly 12.3 million doses have been given, out of 31.2 million doses distributed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will resign from her Senate seat on Monday, two days before a historic inauguration where she and President-elect Joe Biden will take the reins from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Harris, who won her first Senate race in 2016, will become the first female, first Black, and first Indian-American vice president in history when she is inaugurated on Wednesday. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will resign from her Senate seat on Monday, two days before a historic inauguration where she and President-elect Joe Biden will take over the reins from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. "This is not a goodbye for Vice President-elect Harris, as she resigns from the Senate, she's preparing to take an oath that will allow her to preside over it," a Harris aide said. "And as vice president, she will work tirelessly ... and in a bipartisan fashion to really achieve the Biden-Harris administration's legislative agenda."
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Will Install a Trump Loyalist as Its General Counsel Vice President-elect Kamala Harris plans to resign from her Senate seat on Monday. The Justice Department, under pressure from Mr. Trump, has sued Mr. Bolton to recoup his profits from book. Representative Jamie Raskin, center, with Speaker Nancy Pelosi at a meeting of House impeachment managers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. He also claimed, without further explanation, that Mr. Trump was “trying to heal the nation.” But even as Mr. Graham lobbied his Republican colleagues to vote against convicting Mr. Trump and offered a stream of flattery about the president’s success in office, he rejected the suggestion that Mr. Trump should pardon any members of the mob before leaving office. Without specifically mentioning Mr. Trump, Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris drew an implicit contrast with his administration’s dismissive attitude toward expert opinion.
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A Virginia man was arrested at a Washington checkpoint near the Capitol with an "unauthorized" inauguration pass, a gun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition, according to Capitol police. Beeler, of Front Royal, Virginia, allegedly presented an "unauthorized Inauguration credential" to a Capitol Police officer. He was booked on suspicion of carrying a weapon without a license, possession of an unregistered firearm, and possession of unregistered ammunition, according to police. News of the arrest Saturday came as protesters, some armed, descended outside state capitals, including in St. Paul, Minnesota and Austin, Texas. On Friday the Texas Department of Public Safety announced it was closing the state capitol and nearby grounds from Saturday through Wednesday.
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Since the deadly siege on the US Capitol, lawmakers have reported various items stolen from their offices. A laptop that belonged to an aide to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was one of the items reported stolen. A laptop that belonged to an aide to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was one of the items reported stolen. Another false viral claim about the laptop alleged that Trump was at Cheyenne Mountain military base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking at "evidence" taken from the laptop. Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon tweeted a video that showed rioters stealing a laptop, USA Today reported.
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"I see no way this gets 10 Republican Senate votes in its current form," a conservative budget expert said in an interview. They include a $1,400 boost to stimulus checks, $400-per-week federal unemployment benefits, a major expansion of the child-tax credit, assistance to state and local governments, and a $15 minimum wage. "I can't imagine Republicans going for a package like this that includes minimum wage." Some experts say the $15 minimum wage would not be allowed under rules governed by Senate parliamentarians. The federal minimum wage has not been increased from $7.25 in over a decade.
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Spending levels at 40,000 restaurants nationwide dropped significantly last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Restaurants in some states, including Wyoming and Wisconsin, had spending levels similar to those before the pandemic. By the end of 2020, there had been a rebound, with restaurants spending $4,531 per week on food orders and other items. Average weekly food orders during the pandemic dropped 65.1% in Nevada and around 59% in Hawaii. Restaurants' spending levels dropped due to the in-door dining restrictions and job losses across the foodservice industry during the pandemic, according to the digital procurement network.
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Historically, Democrats have told Civil Rights activists that their calls for justice have cost the party electorially. The recommendations of the 1968 Kerner Commission and Obama's policing commission were hardly implemented, so what makes this time different? After telling civil rights leaders to wait on calls for police reform until after the Georgia runoffs, Biden promised the civil rights leaders that he would look into issues surrounding policing in a new commission. It also was direct about the need to reign in police abuses and called on departments to stop random "stop and frisk style" searches. But Johnson, despite passing landmark civil rights and anti-poverty legislation, stopped short of carrying out the Commission's recommendations.
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“The anxiety of running and the pressure of a campaign, all that’s behind him now. You may know how it’s going to end, but you’re anxious about how it plays out. A “fingertip politician,” as he likes to put it, Mr. Biden is described by aides and friends as more intuitive about other politicians and their needs than was Mr. Obama, but less of a novel thinker. “Pick up your phone, call your mother, read her what you just told me,” he likes to say, according to aides. “If she understands, we can keep talking.” Aides made a point of editing out all abbreviations other than U.N. and NATO.
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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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WASHINGTON — President-Elect Joe Biden has tapped Jaime Harrison to lead the Democratic National Committee, which will meet next week to elect a new chairman, a senior Democrat close to the DNC confirmed to NBC News. Harrison, 44, the former South Carolina Democratic Party chairman, ran for the top national job in 2017 and lost to Tom Perez, who is now leaving the chairman job. Harrison raised over $130 million in his 2020 Senate bid and attracted national attention from liberals looking to oust Graham, but fell about 10 percentage points short. “We were in a ditch,” Perez told NBC recently of the state of the party when he took over. He’s very very attuned to the job of winning up and the down ballot, and not just federal races,” Perez said.
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FILE PHOTO: Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jaime Harrison speaks at a watch party during Election Day in Columbia, South Carolina, U.S. November 3, 2020. REUTERS/Randall Hill(Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden is set to pick former South Carolina Democratic Party chairman Jaime Harrison to head the Democratic National Committee, a source told Reuters on Thursday. Harrison was a successful fundraiser as a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in South Carolina, though he lost his 2020 bid to unseat Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.
Persons: Jaime Harrison, Randall Hill, Joe Biden, Harrison, Lindsey Graham Organizations: Democratic U.S, REUTERS, South Carolina Democratic, Democratic National Committee, Democratic, U.S . Senate, Republican Locations: Columbia , South Carolina, U.S, South Carolina
Biden picks former South Carolina Democratic Party chair Harrison to head DNC
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.57   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden has picked former South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Jaime Harrison to head the Democratic National Committee, Biden’s office said in a statement on Thursday. Harrison was a successful fundraiser as a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in South Carolina, amassing a stunning $109 million war chest for his 2020 campaign before ultimately losing his bid to unseat Republican Senator Lindsey Graham. The current DNC chairman, Tom Perez, has said he would not seek another term. Harrison, an associate chairman for the DNC, formerly worked for U.S. Representative James Clyburn of South Carolina, whose early backing of Biden helped him secure the party’s presidential nomination last year. Biden ultimately selected another senator, Kamala Harris, to join him on the ticket.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three top United Nations officials all called on the United States on Thursday to revoke its decision to designate Yemen’s Houthis a foreign terrorist organization, warning it would push the country into a large-scale famine and chill peace efforts. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the move against the Iran-aligned Houthis on Sunday. “This designation - it needs to be reassessed, it needs to be reevaluated. While the United Nations and aid groups help about a third of Yemen’s 28 million people, Lowcock stressed commercial imports are key to ensuring millions more have access to food. Beasley also raised the alarm on a massive shortfall in aid funding for Yemen.
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FILE PHOTO: World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director David Beasley speaks to the press during his stopover in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso October 9, 2020. REUTERS/Anne MimaultNEW YORK (Reuters) - U.N. food chief David Beasley on Thursday called for the United States to reverse its decision to designate Yemen’s Houthis a foreign terrorist organization and called “the Gulf states, the Saudis to pick up the financial tab for the needs inside Yemen because the needs in other parts of the world are so great.”“We are struggling now without the designation. With the designation, it’s going to be catastrophic. It literally is going to be a death sentence to hundreds of thousands, if not millions of innocent people in Yemen,” the former South Carolina governor told the U.N. Security Council.
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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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“The party is going to be totally broken” if it abandons Trump, Foster says, predicting Trump loyalists will spin off into a new third party. And the choice confronting party leaders as they ponder a renewed impeachment effort – whether to continue backing Trump or make him a pariah – will almost certainly cost the party voters it needs to win future elections, Republican party officials and strategists say. ‘GET OVER IT’Trump has at times been defiant amid the blowback from the Capitol riot. “The president defeated the Republican establishment in 2016 – the Republican Party, in terms of the voters, the movement, is very representative of the president’s agenda,” says Boris Epshteyn, a strategic advisor to Trump. It allowed Trump’s Republican critics to say, “we told you so - Trump is a threat,” Bruesewitz says.
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Want a fun way to teach your kids about money? Try these games
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Michelle Fox | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Janel Meehan finds ways to teach money lessons to her sons when they are playing games. So every chance she gets, she incorporates financial lessons into their lives — including during her 11-year-old son's video games. "He's learned that doing work equals money," said Meehan, who lives with her husband and two children in San Diego. Using games to teach about money can make learning fun. Board gamesDevon Scheitrum uses Monopoly Jr. to teach her five-year-old son, Wolfgang, about money concepts.
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Lawmakers in the House of Representatives have put forward a bipartisan bill to award Capitol Police officer and Army veteran Eugene Goodman the Congressional Gold Medal. Members of Congress, as well as the Army, have celebrated Goodman as a hero for his actions. Several lawmakers have put forward legislation to award Capitol Police officer and Army veteran Eugene Goodman one of the highest civilian awards in the US for his actions during the assault on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob last Wednesday. "I shudder to think what might have happened had it not been for Officer Goodman's fast thinking and commitment to his duty and his country," he continued. "While some will remember last Wednesday for the very worst in our country, the patriotism and heroics of Officer Eugene Goodman renew my faith and remind us all what truly makes the United States great."
Persons: Eugene Goodman, Goodman, Charlie Crist, Emanuel Cleaver, Nancy Mace, Goodman's, Crist, Eugene, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden's, Brian Sicknick Organizations: Capitol Police, Army, Congressional, Senate, Trump, Florida Democrat, South Carolina Republican Rep, Washington Post, United States Capitol, United States Senate, 101st Airborne Division, XVIII Airborne Corps, Airborne Corps, Capitol, Air National Guard, Arlington National Cemetery Locations: Missouri, United States, Iraq, Arlington
Administrator Dickson for taking this clear stand for our safety and security,” said Sara Nelson, the head of the Association of Flight Attendants, which represents nearly 50,000 flight attendants at several airlines, including United Airlines. “This will help serve as a deterrent to unruly passengers who had been bucking the rules of aviation safety.”On Thursday, a Black American Airlines flight attendant was subjected to “racial epithets” on a hotel shuttle in Washington, according to the union that represents the airline’s flight attendants. On Friday, Alaska Airlines banned 14 passengers from future flights, describing their behavior on a flight from Washington to Seattle as “rowdy, argumentative” and harassing. Several other airlines have also reported banning passengers from future flights in recent days, too. Airline passenger bans are independent from the federal “no-fly list,” which is maintained by the F.B.I.’s Terrorist Screening Center.
Persons: F.A.A, Dickson, , Sara Nelson, Trump, Mitt Romney, Lindsey Graham of Organizations: Association of Flight, United Airlines, Black American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Washington ., Airline, Capitol, American Civil Liberties Union Locations: Washington, Seattle, Utah, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
Jaime Harrison Said to Be Pick for Next D.N.C. Chair
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Lisa Lerer | Jonathan Martin | ) www.nytimes.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
A former chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party, Mr. Harrison became a national political star last year as he shattered fund-raising records in his race against Senator Lindsey Graham, who was up for re-election. While Mr. Harrison lost in November, drawing 44 percent of the vote to Mr. Graham’s 55 percent, he developed a broad bench of support across the party. He is also well-known to staff and members of the D.N.C., a result of his work heading the South Carolina state party and a failed bid to become chairman of the committee in 2017. Mr. Harrison has been championed by Representative Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, an influential Biden ally who helped the president-elect win the primary race in Mr. Clyburn’s home state. Former President Barack Obama chose to try to establish his own political operation outside of the committee, a decision that many D.N.C.
Persons: Joseph R, Biden, Jaime Harrison, Harrison, Lindsey Graham, Tom Perez, Jim Clyburn, Perez, Barack Obama Organizations: Democratic National Committee, South Carolina Democratic Party Locations: South Carolina
Jamie Harrison of South Carolina will be next to lead the Democratic National Committee, according to the New York Times. Harrison's run against Sen. Lindsey Graham in November broke fundraising records and earned him a reputation as a fundraising juggernaut. Jamie Harrison, the former South Carolina Senate candidate who shattered fundraising records, will be the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee, according to the New York Times. Harrison grew up in Orangeburg, S.C., going on to graduate from Yale University and the Georgetown University Law Center. After a lobbying stint, Harrison became the first Black chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party.
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Administrator Dickson for taking this clear stand for our safety and security,” said Sara Nelson, the head of the Association of Flight Attendants, which represents nearly 50,000 flight attendants at several airlines, including United Airlines. On Friday, Alaska Airlines barred 14 passengers from future flights, describing their behavior on a flight from Washington to Seattle as “rowdy, argumentative” and harassing. Several other airlines have also reported barring passengers from future flights in recent days, too. In widely shared episodes, Trump supporters also heckled two Republican senators, Mitt Romney of Utah and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, as they traveled to and from Washington. American Airlines on Wednesday said it was taking steps to ensure the safety of its crews and customers ahead of the presidential inauguration next week.
Persons: President Trump, , F.A.A, Dickson, , Sara Nelson, Trump, Mitt Romney, Lindsey Graham of Organizations: Capitol, Association of Flight, United Airlines, Black American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Washington . American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Airline Locations: Washington, Seattle, Utah, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
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.
Persons: UnitedHealthcare, Harvard Pilgrim, Jason Gorevic, David Larsen, Gorevic, Lisa Gill, Read, Paul Bartosic, Humana, Oscar Health, Glass, Bartosic Organizations: Harvard, Humana, Walmart, American Medical Association, Amwell, Morgan Healthcare Conference, Fortune, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Harvard Pilgrim, Oscar, Health, San Locations: Washington, Arizona , Colorado , Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina , Ohio, South Carolina , Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, New England, Wellesley , Massachusetts, Connecticut, Harvard Pilgrim's Connecticut, Grand Rapids , Michigan, San Francisco
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