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Citigroup on track for trial over $900 million Revlon mistake
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Jonathan Stempel | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge on Thursday said Citigroup Inc’s lawsuit to recoup some of the nearly $900 million it mistakenly paid Revlon Inc’s lenders appeared on track for trial next week after receiving assurances he had authority to conduct it. FILE PHOTO: The Citigroup Inc (Citi) logo is seen at the SIBOS banking and financial conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada October 19, 2017. The lawsuit stemmed from Citigroup’s having on Aug. 11 sent $893 million of its own money, rather than a $7.8 million interest payment, to Revlon’s lenders. The bank blamed human error for the blunder, and said the defendants knew the payment was a mistake but have nonetheless refused to return $508 million. The case is In re: Citibank August 11, 2020 Wire Transfers, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No.
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Trump has increasingly complained about the law as platforms like Twitter fact-checked his posts before and after the election. “That's not a part of the bill,” he said on Wednesday, adding that he has said the same to Trump. Trump maintains high approval ratings among Republican voters, which has made some lawmakers squeamish about crossing him. Others in the party are hopeful Trump can be convinced that completing the year-end items would boost his image. He said that if such a deal materializes, it would likely be attached to the government funding bill that must pass by Dec. 11 to avoid a shutdown.
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Clooney, Fauci, Gomez and King will be separately featured on the magazine covers of the issue, which is out Friday. Before that, it's the most deaths since May 7, when 2,578 fatalities were reported. The U.S. is averaging 1,502 reported deaths per day in the last week. Four weeks ago, the U.S. averaged 1,111 deaths per day. Health Secretary Matt Hancock was among those to suggest Brexit had helped the U.K.'s rapid vaccine response.
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Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner, estimated Monday that 30% of Americans will have caught COVID-19 by the end of the year. "We're going to probably have by the end of this year, 30% of the US population infected," Gottlieb told CNBC's "Squawk Box." Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Monday estimated that by the end of the year, 30% of Americans would have been infected with COVID-19. "We're going to probably have by the end of this year, 30% of the US population infected," Gottlieb said. The high number of coronavirus cases this year could help limit the spread of COVID-19 early next year, Gottlieb told CNBC Monday, especially after vaccinations begin.
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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem's 98-year-old grandmother Aldys Arnold died on November 22. She was living at a nursing home in Estelline, South Dakota, where 12 residents died from COVID-19-related causes between November 14 and November 28, the facility's administrator Mike Ward told the Daily Beast. South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem's grandmother died in a nursing home hit by COVID-19 in November, as the politician continued to downplay the seriousness of the virus and avoided putting a mask mandate in place despite a rising case count in the state. South Dakota is one of the states hit hardest by COVID-19, and the last week's positivity rate was over 41%, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Insider's Connor Perrett previously reported that the South Dakota Department of Health reported a record 54 new deaths from COVID-19 on November 28.
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U.S. reports over 10,000 coronavirus deaths last week
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Ivan Pierre Aguirre/File Photo(Reuters) - The United States recorded 10,000 coronavirus deaths and over 1.1 million new cases last week, although state and health officials have said the Thanksgiving holiday likely caused numbers to be under-reported. New cases fell 3.8% in the week ended Nov. 29, while deaths fell 3.9%, according to a Reuters analysis of state and county reports. They said that figures for cases and deaths this week may be abnormally high due to a backlog of data from last week. Hospitals, which were not closed due to holidays, may provide the most accurate data for last week. Illinois reported 831 COVID-19 deaths last week, the highest for any state, followed by Texas with 806 deaths.
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Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday that nearly one-third of U.S. residents could ultimately have been infected by the coronavirus by the end of 2020. "We're going to probably have by the end of this year, 30% of the U.S. population infected," Gottlieb said on "Squawk Box." There are roughly 13.4 million confirmed coronavirus infections in America so far this year, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. In early November, for example, when the country's daily cases were around 121,000, Gottlieb suggested the actual case number was much higher. The country's seven-day average of new coronavirus cases is nearly 162,400, according to a CNBC analysis of Hopkins data.
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South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SEE NEW POSTSSouth Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. Kristi Noem to “lead by example” and wear a mask even as she refuses to mandate them statewide. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University. Ohhh he’s a Believer now.. #COVIDisNotAGame pic.twitter.com/fPEifkJCge — ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) November 29, 2020 Austin is "a believer now," Ice-T tweeted with an image of Austin wearing an oxygen mask. I will continue to wear a mask and practice social distancing."
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SEE NEW POSTSOhio governor urges people to stay home as 'hospitals fill up with COVID patients' Gov. Mike DeWine urged residents of Ohio to work from home if they can "as we see our hospitals fill up with COVID patients." The announcement came the same day as Ohio posted 6,631 new cases and 30 deaths due to coronavirus. Share this -South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask South Dakota nurse urges governor to ‘lead by example’ and wear a mask Nov. 30, 2020 05:49 A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
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Share this -South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask South Dakota nurse urges governor to ‘lead by example’ and wear a mask Nov. 30, 2020 05:49 A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. Kristi Noem to “lead by example” and wear a mask even as she refuses to mandate them statewide. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University. Ohhh he’s a Believer now.. #COVIDisNotAGame pic.twitter.com/fPEifkJCge — ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) November 29, 2020 Austin is "a believer now," Ice-T tweeted with an image of Austin wearing an oxygen mask. Leslie and Patricia McWaters both died from Covid-19 on Nov. 24 after being hospitalized with the virus, according to an obituary.
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SEE NEW POSTSHigh school junior is first Wisconsin teenager to die from Covid-19, officials say A Wisconsin teenager died from complications of Covid-19, officials said Monday, in another tragic first for the pandemic-ravaged state. Isai Morocho was an 11th-grader at East High School and his death marks a "tremendous loss" for the Madison Metropolitan School District, a schools spokesman said. Share this -South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask South Dakota nurse urges governor to ‘lead by example’ and wear a mask Nov. 30, 2020 05:49 A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University. Click here to read the full story Share this -Minnesota counted a record 9,005 Covid-19 cases Sunday Minnesota broke the 9,000 cases in a day mark Sunday, logging 9,005 Covid-19 cases in a single day according to NBC News' tally.
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The South Dakota Department of Health on Saturday reported 54 new deaths from COVID-19, surpassing the state's previous record death total of 53. The same day, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem encouraged state residents in a tweet to go shopping, writing that small "businesses are the lifeblood of so many South Dakota communities." —Governor Kristi Noem (@govkristinoem) November 28, 2020Earlier in the week, Noem, who has been in office since 2019, celebrated the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling against New York Gov. There have been more than 79,000 cases of COVID-19 in South Dakota diagnosed since the pandemic began, per Johns Hopkins University data.
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Then, the aircraft demonstrated its "ability to safely release" a mounted AGM-158 separation test vehicle, according to Air Force Global Strike Command spokesman Lt. Col. David Faggard. Members of the 412th Test Wing's 419th Flight Test Squadron, Global Power Combined Test Force, carried out the proof-of-concept over Edwards Air Force Base, California, on November 20. A B-1B Lancer during the demonstration with a JASSM over Edwards Air Force Base in California, November 20, 2020. In May, bombers from Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, also held their first-ever training mission over Sweden near the Arctic. Editor's note: This story has been updated to attribute additional treaty compliance details to Air Force Global Strike spokesman Lt. Col. Dave Faggard.
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In key battleground states, like Arizona, Wisconsin and North Carolina, Native voters played an important, though underappreciated, role in shaping the outcome. Take Wisconsin, home to about 86,000 Native Americans, which Joe Biden won by about 20,000 votes. Or consider the Navajo Nation, the largest Indian reservation in the United States, which stretches across parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. Voters wait to enter the Shiprock Chapter House in New Mexico in the Navajo Nation to cast ballots Nov. 3. Trump, for all his faults, understood the value of the Lumbee vote, which helped him win a state that many polls had him losing.
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Slow and steady or a big spurt? How to grow a ferocious dinosaur
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Will Dunham | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The study provides insight into the lives of some of the most fearsome predators ever to walk the Earth. Other groups of large theropods tended to have more steady rates of growth over a longer period of time. That growth strategy was detected in lineages that arose worldwide earlier in the dinosaur era and later were concentrated in the southern continents. The Argentine dinosaur, from a group called carcharodontosaurs, did not reach its full adult size until its 40s and lived to about age 50. Big theropods share the same general body design, walking on two legs and boasting large skulls, strong jaws and menacingteeth.
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Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, speaks during a news conference on Thursday, November 19. Hide Caption 10 of 427Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak People shop at an outside market in Berlin on October 27. Hide Caption 62 of 427Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak A worker disinfects a public school in Brasilia, Brazil, on August 5. Hide Caption 65 of 427Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak Elementary school students walk to class in Godley, Texas, on August 5. The shelter, which hosts 470 asylum seekers, was placed in isolation after a pregnant resident tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
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Cliff Owen / AP fileThe efforts are in sharp contrast to how South Dakota Gov. In a statement, the South Dakota State Medical Association said it supports a statewide mask mandate: "Masks work to decrease the risk of infection for everyone." Checkpoint disputeTension has been escalating between tribes in South Dakota and Noem since the checkpoints went up. The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe has set up nine health safety checkpoints along roads entering its reservation in South Dakota. The camp has since moved from public property to land jointly owned by the Oglala, Rosebud and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes.
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Wyoming governor tests positive for coronavirus
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SEE NEW POSTSWyoming governor tests positive for coronavirus Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday as the state confronts surging caseloads and record-high hospitalizations, his office said in a statement. Gordon, a Republican former state treasurer who has been governor since last year, has minor symptoms and will continue working remotely, the statement said. Share this -80 nursing home patients in West Virginia facility, nearly every resident, test positive for Covid All but five of the 85 residents of a West Virginia nursing home have tested positive for Covid-19, the facility reported on its website Wednesday. Members of the West Virginia National Guard have been “on hand to help” with the mass outbreak, the affiliate reported.
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SEE NEW POSTS80 nursing home patients in West Virginia facility, nearly every resident, test positive for Covid All but five of the 85 residents of a West Virginia nursing home have tested positive for Covid-19, the facility reported on its website Wednesday. The Stonerise Moundsville facility, which is located in the city of Moundsville, was ordered closed to all visitors by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, the local NBC News affiliate WTOV reported. Members of the West Virginia National Guard have been “on hand to help” with the mass outbreak, the affiliate reported. West Virginia has recorded more than 43,000 Covid-19 infections and nearly 700 deaths due to the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, according to the latest NBC News data. NBC News While phone alerts are normally used to warn about severe weather or a missing child, this late afternoon bulletin pleaded with Keystone State residents to stay safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Persons: , Gary Schlossberg, Nate Wardle, Ronald Golemboski, “ It's, we’re, Harold Frazier, Frazier, Bill de Blasio, Yetev Lev D’Satmar, ” Stuart Appelbaum Organizations: West Virginia Department of Health, Human Resources, NBC News, WTOV, West Virginia National Guard, NBC, Wells, Investment Institute, Keystone State, Air Force, Covid, N.D, Department of Defense, NPR, Monday, Yetev, New York Post, NCAA, Baylor, Arizona, Wholesale, Department Store Union, “ Workers Locations: West Virginia, Moundsville, Pennsylvania, BISMARCK, North Dakota, Iraq, Afghanistan, Dakota, Sioux, South Dakota, Eagle Butte, Brooklyn, York City, Williamsburg
SEE NEW POSTSCovid-19 surge triggered by Thanksgiving could further weaken economic recovery Americans might be gearing up for the holidays, but economists are looking ahead to January, trying to parse a bevy of new data points for clarity on what lies beyond 2020. The picture is, at best, murky — and there is growing trepidation that an uncontrolled Covid-19 surge triggered by the upcoming Thanksgiving weekend could further weaken a slowing recovery. The economic data coming out is vexing even the experts: Some figures indicate continued, albeit more modest, recovery, but others are flashing red. Share this -Air Force nurses spend Thanksgiving fighting war against Covid-19 BISMARCK, N.D. — About 60 Air Force nurses are spending Thanksgiving at short-staffed hospitals across North Dakota as the coronavirus ravages the largely rural state. “Retail workers experience heightened stress and pressure during the holiday season, even in normal times.
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SEE NEW POSTSPennsylvanians receive emergency alert to stay home or at least mask up, keep distance The state of Pennsylvania sent an emergency phone alert on Wednesday afternoon, urging everyone to stay home or at least adhere to coronavirus protocols this Thanksgiving weekend. NBC News While phone alerts are normally used to warn about severe weather or a missing child, this late afternoon bulletin pleaded with Keystone State residents to stay safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. “Retail workers experience heightened stress and pressure during the holiday season, even in normal times. India, with 9.2 million cases, and Brazil, with 6.1 million cases, had the next highest amounts of reported infections. By contrast China, where the first Covid-19 cases were detected, has reported just 92,211 cases, according to the latest NBC News data.
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In mid-June, Connecticut began requiring weekly Covid-19 tests for all nursing home staff members and residents and funded all the testing. But nursing homes across the country are still reporting shortages of protective equipment and testing delays. Nearly a third of all nursing homes said they had to wait three to seven days to receive Covid-19 test results. Do you have a tip to share about how the coronavirus is affecting nursing homes? One in 5 nursing homes across the U.S. report shortages of aides, and 17 percent have shortages of nurses, according to the latest federal data.
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A healthcare worker takes the temperature of COVID-19 patient Troy Burrows as healthcare personnel treat people with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at a hospital in Lakin, Kansas, U.S., November 19, 2020. Miller, Kearny’s chief medical officer - who doubles as the county health officer - called around to larger hospitals in search of an ICU bed. COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are spiking nationally. Shortages of staff, rather than beds, are the biggest single problem in many hospitals, the health officials said. When he died, “the family did not want to admit this patient had died of COVID, because they didn’t believe COVID kills people,” she said.
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Early in the pandemic, hospitals were competing for ventilators, Covid-19 tests and personal protective equipment. Doug Burgum told health care workers to stay on the job even if they've tested positive for Covid-19. Hospitals not only pay the higher salaries offered to traveling nurses but also pay a commission to the traveling nurse agency, Sorenson said. "Even if the health care sector can somehow find more beds, it cannot just go out and buy more front-line caregivers." Demand in Rocky Mountain statesMeanwhile, business is booming for companies centered on health care staffing, such as Wanderly and Krucial Staffing.
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Cannabis stocks are soaring again
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( Jordan Valinsky | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.98   time to read: +1 min
New York (CNN Business) Shares of major cannabis stocks are soaring once again following the news that Joe Biden's transition has formally begun. The uptick is fueled by expectations that the incoming administration will loosen regulations, as well as more US states legalizing sales of recreational marijuana. Canopy Growth CGC Aurora Cannabis ACB Tilray TLRY Curaleaf CURLF Aphria APHA Cronos CRON Altria MO rose 6%,surged 25% andjumped 14% in early trading. Other cannabis stocks on the move include global cannabis leadersand, which has a big investment from tobacco giant and Marlboro owner. Earlier this month, voters in Arizona, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota cleared cannabis for adult use, bringing the total number of states that have approved it for that purpose to 15.
Persons: Joe Biden's, APHA Cronos CRON, David Klein, Read Organizations: CNN, Cannabis, Marlboro, Constellation Brands STZ Industry, Corona, Biden Locations: York, Arizona , Montana , New Jersey, South Dakota
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