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Japanese shares track Wall St higher, cautious outlook caps gains
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
TOKYO, June 25 (Reuters) - Japanese shares rose on Friday, led by cyclical and technology stocks, as markets tracked a strong finish on Wall Street, although the gains were capped by a cautious outlook of U.S. equities and worries around the domestic economy’s recovery. “Today’s (Friday) market is tracking Wall Street’s strong gains. Technology stocks also advanced, with Tokyo Electron rising 0.99%, Advantest jumping 2.0%, Fanuc gaining 0.46%. Nikkei’s 29,000-mark has become a psychological barrier as Japan’s outlook of an economic recovery remains uncertain, market participants said. Mazda Motor Corp, up 6.35%, gained the most on the Nikkei, followed by Panasonic and Fujikura which rose 3.91%.
Persons: Dow, Joe Biden, “ Today’s, , Shoichi Arisawa Organizations: Nikkei, Nasdaq, U.S, IwaiCosmo Securities, , Tokyo Stock, Panasonic, Mazda Motor Corp, Eisai, Mitsui OSK Lines, Nippon Yusen Locations: TOKYO, Japan, U.S, Tokyo
LONDON — The U.K. has one of the highest Covid-19 vaccination rates in the world, yet it's seeing a new surge in coronavirus cases largely attributed to the delta variant that first originated in India. Experts say that close attention is being paid to the latest data out of the U.K. as it could be a bellwether for others. And there is a fear that where the U.K. now treads, others — like the U.S. — could follow. "All eyes (are) on UK Covid trends," Kallum Pickering, senior economist and director at Berenberg Bank, said in a note Tuesday. Secondly, he noted that new hospital admissions had increased less than recorded infections — and by much less than during the winter wave.
Persons: Anthony of Padua, Kallum Pickering, Pickering Organizations: St, Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, LONDON, Berenberg Bank Locations: Bronx of New York City, United States, India, U.S
MLB roundup: Kyle Schwarber HRs twice to power Nats over Marlins
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Schwarber hit a homer to lead off the game and added a three-run shot in his second at-bat in just the 13th time that Schwarber hit leadoff for Washington. He has delivered 12 home runs in those games and is already tied for third in franchise history with five leadoff homers. He is one of just four players in MLB history with at least eight homers and 15 RBIs in a five-game span. The Marlins couldn't get a runner past first base until the fifth inning, and they have now scored just five runs over their past four games. Detroit starter Jose Urena (2-8) gave up six runs, four earned, on eight hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Persons: Kyle Schwarber, Sam Navarro, Schwarber, Jazz Chisholm, lofted, Yordan Alvarez, Myles Straw, Carlos Correa, Yuli Gurriel, Martin Maldonado, Akil Baddoo, Jose Urena, Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier, Margot, Christian Vazquez, Matt Barnes, Nick Pivetta, Michael Wacha, Gary Sanchez, Jameson Taillon, Aaron Judge, Luke Voit, Giancarlo Stanton, Sanchez, Sebastian Rivero, Rivero, Aroldis Chapman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Reese McGuire, Tony Santillan, Nick Castellanos, Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Jed Lowrie, Lowrie, Chris Bassitt, Kolby Allard, Bryan Reynolds, Louis, Reynolds, Adam Frazier, Phillip Evans, Colin Moran, Chad Kuhl, Carlos Martinez, Eddie Rosario, Blake Parker, James Karinchak, Bobby Bradley, Austin Hedges, Jorge Alcala Organizations: Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins, USA, Washington, National League, MLB, Nationals, NL, Miami, Marlins, Astros, Tigers, Detroit, Rays, Red Sox, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay's, Boston, Yankees, Royals, Kansas City, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Toronto ., American League, Philadelphia Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Reds, Braves, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Rangers, Oakland, Athletics, Pirates, Cardinals, Pittsburgh, Twins, Thomson Locations: Miami , Florida, USA, loanDepot, Houston, Boston, St . Petersburg, Fla, York, Buffalo, Toronto . Baltimore, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Minnesota
MLB roundup: 4 Cubs pitchers combine to no-hit Dodgers
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
It was the 17th no-hitter in Cubs history but the first thrown by more than one pitcher. Nationals 7, Marlins 3Kyle Schwarber clubbed two homers and drove in four runs, leading blazing-hot Washington past host Miami. He has delivered 12 home runs in those games and is already tied for third in franchise history with five leadoff homers. The Marlins have scored just five runs over their past four games. Cardinals starter Carlos Martinez (3-9) allowed five runs in five innings on five hits and seven walks, one of them intentional.
Persons: Willson Contreras, Jayne Kamin, Zach Davies, Ryan Tepera, Andrew Chafin, Craig Kimbrel, Davies, Kimbrel, Chris Taylor, Cody Bellinger, Albert Pujols, Will Smith, Kyle Schwarber, Schwarber, Jazz Chisholm, lofted, Yordan Alvarez, Myles Straw, Carlos Correa, Yuli Gurriel, Martin Maldonado, Akil Baddoo, Jose Urena, Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier, Margot, Christian Vazquez, Matt Barnes, Nick Pivetta, Michael Wacha, Gary Sanchez, Jameson Taillon, Aaron Judge, Luke Voit, Giancarlo Stanton, Sanchez, Sebastian Rivero, Rivero, Aroldis Chapman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Reese McGuire, Tony Santillan, Nick Castellanos, Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna Jr, Jed Lowrie, Lowrie, Chris Bassitt, Kolby Allard, Bryan Reynolds, Louis, Reynolds, Adam Frazier, Phillip Evans, Colin Moran, Chad Kuhl, Carlos Martinez, Eddie Rosario, Blake Parker, James Karinchak, Bobby Bradley, Austin Hedges, Jorge Alcala Organizations: Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodger, Cubs, Nationals, Marlins, Miami, Washington, NL, Astros, Tigers, Detroit, Rays, Red Sox, Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay's, Boston, Yankees, Royals, Kansas City, Blue Jays, Orioles, Toronto, Baltimore, Toronto ., American League, Philadelphia Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Reds, Braves, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Rangers, Oakland, Athletics, Pirates, Cardinals, Pittsburgh, Twins, Thomson Locations: Los Angeles , California, USA, Washington, Houston, Boston, St . Petersburg, Fla, York, Buffalo, Toronto . Baltimore, Arlington , Texas, Texas, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Minnesota
‘No Shortcuts?’: A 40-Mile Rite of Passage for High School Freshmen
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Kevin Armstrong | Amr Alfiky | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
In all, there were 118 freshmen hikers, divided into groups of seven or eight. Every 10 minutes, a team was released onto the path. If a team caught up to the group in front of them, they were supposed to stop and wait five minutes before going on. If it happened again, the slower team had to let the faster team pass them. If he wanted his team to stop, he blew it once.
Persons: Jorwally Santana, “ I’m, , Aidan Carlisle, Jorwally Organizations: St, Walmart Locations: Paterson , N.J
One city 'ready to explode' as US murder rates surge in pandemic
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Nathan Layne | ) + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
"It makes no sense," said Ross, 34, adding that no witnesses have stepped forward in the “broad daylight” murder. Such tributes have become a common sight in the poorer neighborhoods of Rochester, a city of 206,000 people in the northwestern part of the state. The per-capita murder rate climbed 30 percent in 2020 among 34 major cities surveyed by Richard Rosenfeld, a criminologist at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. Evans said the murder surge reflects rising problems with drug trafficking, criminal gangs and illegal firearms during the pandemic. The city’s police union, the Rochester Police Locust Club, said the department has only 12 investigators to pursue murder cases.
Persons: Malik Evans, Christopher Wood, Lindsay DeDario, Elijah Ross, Eric Ruise, Ruise, Ross, Jumyria's, Patrick Sharkey, George Floyd, Richard Rosenfeld, St . Louis, Rosenfeld, Joe Biden, Floyd, Lovely Warren, Evans, general’s, " Evans, Wood, Shamarla Grice, ” Demond Meeks, Meeks, Wanda Ridgeway, I'm, John Rouse, Daniel Prude, Prude, Rochester’s, COVID, Clay Harris isn’t, , , Harris, Retha Rogers, Rogers, Michael Washington , Jr, Brandon McClary, Nathan Layne, Hussein Waaile, Brian Thevenot Organizations: REUTERS, Princeton University, Oakland, Minneapolis Police, University of Missouri, Democratic, Reuters, Genesee, Rochester Police Department, Rochester Police Locust, Police, Rochester Police, Rochester, Thomson Locations: Rochester, NY, Rochester , New York, U.S, Lindsay DeDario ROCHESTER, N.Y, Chicago, Orleans, St ., New York, Los Angeles, COVID, Monroe County,
Job hole or inflation? Fed policymakers split over risk view
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
"Policymakers will have to take this new risk into account in the months and quarters ahead," Bullard told the Clayton Chamber of Commerce near St. Louis. Kaplan, speaking to the Headliners Club of Austin, said he sees "upside risk" to his projection for 2.4% or 2.5% inflation next year, already at the top of the range of Fed forecasts. Both believe the Fed will need to start raising interest rates from current rock-bottom levels next year. Meanwhile, New York Fed President John Williams and Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker, speaking at separate events, emphasized how much farther the labor market has to go before it heals. Since the pandemic began last year, the Fed has faced little tension between its two mandates of full employment and stable prices.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Robert Kaplan, James Bullard, Louis Fed, Bullard, Louis . Kaplan, Kaplan, John Williams, Patrick Harker, Williams, It's, Harker, Jerome Powell, Dallas Fed's Kaplan, Ann Saphir, Chris Reese Organizations: Federal Reserve Board, REUTERS, Federal Reserve, Dallas, Clayton Chamber of Commerce, of Austin, , New York Fed, Philadelphia Fed, College of, Official Monetary, Financial, Fed, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Louis, St, ,, College of Staten Island
Fed's Bullard warns may be more inflation risk to come
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Howard Schneider | ) sentiment -0.74   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: St. Louis Fed President James Bullard speaks about the U.S. economy during an interview in New York February 26, 2015. Bullard earlier this week said he was among the Fed policymakers who expect interest rates will need to increase next year. There has already, he said, been a “substantial” surprise in terms of stronger than anticipated economic growth and inflation. As schools reopen in the U.S. in the fall and more countries reopen their economies, “the risk is tangible” inflation could move higher than projected. “Policymakers will have to take this new risk into account in the months and quarters ahead,” he said.
Persons: Louis, James Bullard, Lucas Jackson WASHINGTON, ” Bullard, Louis . Bullard, Organizations: Louis Fed, REUTERS, Federal Reserve, Louis Federal Reserve, Clayton Chamber of Commerce Locations: U.S, New York, Clayton, St
MORNING BID-Weighing in on the T-debate
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.95   time to read: +2 min
Post-Fed market action hasn’t exactly been straightforward and one week after the bank kicked off tapering talk and signalled a 2023 rate hike investors are still trying to make full sense of it. So while investors assess Fed’s policy shift, the focus today moves to the Bank of England with the pound holding below a two-year high hit earlier this month. Finally Germany’s IFO will also be eyed for more insight into the strength of business climate in Europe’s No.1 economy. In corporate news, private equity firm Blackstone has sweetened its buyout offer for St. Modwen Properties to 1.25 billion pounds. * U.S. data: May durable goods, Q1 GDP, Core PCE prices* Emerging markets: Philippines, Mexico rate decisions* U.S. 7-year note auction
Persons: Danilo Masoni ., policymaker, Andy Haldane, Germany’s, Panetta, Schnabel Organizations: Nasdaq, PMI, Equity, Bank of England, Blackstone, St Locations: Europe’s, Netherlands, Spain, Germany, France, Philippines, Mexico
MLB roundup: Nationals rally in 9th for wild win
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
The Nationals erased three deficits overall, including five-run and four-run Phillies leads, on their way to their fourth consecutive victory. Hector Neris (1-4) gave up back-to-back singles to Josh Bell and Josh Harrison to open the ninth, setting up Castro's go-ahead hit. Chicago starter Dylan Cease (6-3) allowed two runs, one earned, and seven hits in 5 2/3 innings, with one walk and seven strikeouts. Pittsburgh starter Chase De Jong (0-2) pitched 4 2/3 innings, giving up four runs and seven hits, with two walks and six strikeouts. Marquez (6-6) retired the first 17 he faced before Seattle's Taylor Trammell hit a solo shot with two outs in the sixth inning.
Persons: Starlin Castro, Bill Streicher, Hector Neris, Josh Bell, Josh Harrison, Castro's, Neris, Washington's Paolo Espino, Trea Turner, Bell, David Hale, Mike Tauchman's, Griffin Canning, Taylor Ward, Leury Garcia, Tim Anderson, Dylan, Ke'Bryan Hayes, Chase De Jong, Jonathan Schoop, Matt Manning, Louis, Daz Cameron, Manning, John Gant, Nolan Arenado, Lars Nootbaar, Marquez, Trevor Story, Seattle's Taylor Trammell, Raimel Tapia, Brandon Woodruff, Woodruff, Tyrone Taylor, Jace Peterson, Avisail Garcia Organizations: Washington Nationals, Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank, Phillies, Giants, The Giants, Angels, White Sox, Pirates, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Tigers, Cardinals, Detroit, St, Mariners, Colorado, Seattle, The Rockies, Brewers, Diamondbacks, Thomson Locations: Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, USA, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Anaheim , Calif, Pittsburgh, St
Blackstone raises buyout offer for Britain's St. Modwen Properties to $1.75 bln
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
The ticker and trading information for Blackstone Group is displayed at the post where it is traded on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoJune 24 (Reuters) - Private equity firm Blackstone Group (BX.N) has sweetened its buyout offer for St. Modwen Properties (SMP.L) to 1.25 billion pounds ($1.75 billion), the companies said on Thursday, adding that the London-listed firm was backing the latest proposal. The 560 pence per share cash offer for St. Modwen is the final offer, the companies said, adding that Blackstone could make another proposal if another suitor for St. Modwen emerged. Last month, Blackstone put forward a 542 pence per share takeover proposal, after the U.S.-based company had made a series of overtures to the British real estate developer. The latest offer is at a premium of about 25% to St. Modwen's closing price the day before the first offer was made in May.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Modwen, Blackstone, Pushkala, Shounak Dasgupta Organizations: Blackstone Group, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, St, Thomson Locations: London, U.S, British, Britain, Bengaluru
Britain risks missing climate targets due to lack of policies -advisers
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Susanna Twidale | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Tom Nicholson/File PhotoLONDON, June 24 (Reuters) - Britain's lack of policies to meet net zero emissions by 2050 is jeopardising its chance of meeting the target, the country's climate advisers said in a progress report on Thursday. Britain in 2019 became the G7 first member to set a net zero target, which will require wholesale changes in the way that Britons travel, eat and consume electricity. The country is also hosting international climate talks in November in Glasgow, where countries are expected to outline plans to meet the Paris climate agreement to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit). Britain's greenhouse gas emissions have fallen almost 50% since 1990 largely due to an increase in renewable power such as wind and solar, and a move away from polluting coal. Failure to publish a clear strategy soon will also undermine Britain's ability to encourage other countries to set tougher climate goals at the Glasgow talks, the CCC said.
Persons: Tom Nicholson, Chris Stark, Susanna Twidale, David Evans Organizations: REUTERS, Glasgow, Thomson Locations: St Ives, Cornwall, Britain, Glasgow, Paris
Despite ancient cat connections, Cyprus is swamped with strays
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Michele Kambas | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Stray cats are seen on a pedestrian street in the old city of Nicosia, Cyprus, April 15, 2020. Ayiomamitis is one of a number of volunteers struggling to feed the thousands of stray cats on the Mediterranean island. "We are looking at a feral cat population approaching a million, that's a rough estimate," said Ayiomamitis, chairman of the Cat PAWS society. At a cat sanctuary 80 km (65 miles) from the capital, volunteers find abandoned cats and their kittens dumped outside the fence virtually every day. People are constantly phoning us, dumping cats outside," said David Fender, operations manager and chairman of the Malcolm Cat Protection Society.
Persons: Yiannis Kourtoglou, Ayiomamitis, Bourekka mou, Helen of Constantinople, Malcolm C.P, Stevenson, David Fender, Malcolm, Fender, Nicholas of, Michele Kambas, Mike Collett Organizations: REUTERS, Malcolm Cat Protection, Fender, White, Thomson Locations: Nicosia, Cyprus, Yiannis, Yiannis Kourtoglou NICOSIA, St
Rivera Leal began teaching English at Chalmette High School in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana in August 2015. Since March 2020, teachers have been on the front lines of addressing some of the most serious social implications of the coronavirus pandemic. Before the pandemic, researchers estimated that one out of six American teachers was likely to leave the profession. New survey data from the nonprofit RAND Corporation suggests that now one out of four teachers is considering quitting after this school year. Richardson herself is the daughter of a high school teacher.
Persons: we've, Henry Rivera Leal, Rivera Leal, Elizabeth D, Steiner, Nela Richardson, Richardson, She's, it's Organizations: Chalmette, School, RAND Corporation, RAND, " Locations: St, Bernard Parish , Louisiana
Russia said it fired warning shots at the Royal Navy destroyer, which the British government denied. Russia said one of its warships fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs in the path of British destroyer Defender on Wednesday to drive it away from waters near the Crimean city of Sevastopol. "If it doesn't help, we may drop bombs and not just in the path but right on target, if colleagues don't get it otherwise." Mikhail Khodaryonok, a retired Russian army colonel who works as a military analyst in Moscow, said the Russian warplane apparently dropped bombs miles away from the British ship. He charged that the British denial that Russia had fired warning shots and dropped bombs to chase the Defender away was an attempt to save face.
Persons: wasn't, Sergei Ryabkov, Ryabkov, Jeff J Mitchell, Dmitry Peskov, Peskov, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Vladimir Putin, Ustinov, Alexei Druzhinin, Deborah Bronnert, Adm, Nikolai Yevmenov, Ben Wallace, Wallace, Mikhail Khodaryonok, Khodaryonok, Jill Lawless, Daniel Kozin Organizations: Royal Navy destroyer, Business, Service, , NATO, British Royal Navy, Getty, Russian Federation, Russian Defense Ministry, HMS, Russian, Royal Navy, Sputnik, REUTERS, Russian Foreign Ministry, West . UK, Russian coastguard, Associated Press Locations: Russia, Russian, British, — Russia, Crimea, Crimean, Sevastopol, Moscow, Britain, Ukraine, Ukrainian, England, Kremlin, St . Petersburg, London
Individuals and families with questions on the new monthly child tax credit payments or missing stimulus checks now have the opportunity to get free, in-person tax help. More from Personal Finance:Monthly child tax credit payments start July 15. What to knowHow families can opt out of advance monthly child tax credit paymentsGovernment is still sending $1,400 stimulus checksThe monthly child tax credit payments are scheduled to start in July. Eligible families will receive up to $300 per month for each child under age 6, and up to $250 per month per child ages 6 through 17. The IRS has also launched an online tool to help parents assess whether they are eligible for those advance child tax credit payments.
Persons: Louis Organizations: IRS, Finance Locations: Atlanta ; New York, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas ; Miami, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Phoenix, St, Washington
Children eat peanut butter sandwiches during the Sabbath service, at The School of Vision, a Rastafari community in the Blue Mountains, near Kingston, Jamaica, on June 19, 2021. This isolated community of around 100 people called the School of Vision has so far escaped the ravages of the pandemic. Prominent Rastafari reggae and dancehall artists like Spragga Benz and Cocoa Tea have voiced skepticism about the COVID-19 vaccines, influencing their large followings on social media. Blending Old Testament Christian prophecy and pan-African political consciousness, Rastafari philosophy and lifestyle became famous around the world through Bob Marley's reggae songs. Jahlani Niaah, a lecturer of Rastafari studies at the University of the West Indies, said "average Jamaicans have more skepticism" because of Rastafari mistrust.
Persons: Ina Sotirova, Dermot Fagon, Spragga, Dunstan Bryan, Haile Selassie, Bob Marley's, Fagon, Patrick Barrett, Tony Rebel, Worin Shaw, Jah Bouks, Kate Chappell, St Andrew, Sarah Marsh, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: The, of Vision, REUTERS, ANDREW, Reuters, School of Vision, Cocoa, Health Organization, Health Ministry, University of the West, Authorities, Thomson Locations: Kingston , Jamaica, Jamaica, Africa, Kingston, University of the West Indies, St
A sheriff's deputy shot and killed a pet chimpanzee at the owner's request after the animal had bitten the keeper's adult daughter in northeast Oregon, authorities said Wednesday. Brogoitti told a 911 dispatcher she would have shot the animal herself, if she had been able to reach her own firearms. "I've locked myself in the basement with her," Brogoitti told a 911 dispatcher. The deputies followed through with instructions to gun down the animal and Buck was fatally shot with one round to the head. Brogoitti told NBC News on Wednesday that she didn't want to discuss the tragedy.
Persons: Tamara Brogoitti, Buck, Sterrin Ward, Ward, Brogoitti, he's, I've, He's, Brittany Peet, Peet, Travis Organizations: NBC, Anthony's, People, PETA, NBC News Locations: Oregon, Pendleton, Portland, Umatilla County, St, Connecticut
WASHINGTON—President Biden will nominate Cindy McCain, the widow of Sen. John McCain, to be U.S. representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture, a post that carries the rank of ambassador, the White House said. Mrs. McCain was among a handful of high-profile Republicans who endorsed Mr. Biden in the 2020 presidential race. The White House named Mrs. McCain as part of a slate of nominations Mr. Biden will make for key roles in his administration. The list also named Claire Cronin, a Democratic Massachusetts state representative, as Mr. Biden’s pick for U.S. ambassador to Ireland. Mr. Biden met virtually with the Irish prime minister Micheál Martin on St. Patrick’s Day, and the latter was among the first foreign leaders he spoke to after being elected president.
Persons: Biden, Cindy McCain, Sen, John McCain, McCain, Mr, Claire Cronin, Biden’s, Micheál Martin, Patrick’s Organizations: WASHINGTON, United Nations Agencies, Food, Agriculture, Democratic, U.S Locations: Democratic Massachusetts, Ireland, St
If you were ever to say you were gay (when Moon played), that’d be like you were considered soft. Moon played in the league from 1984 to 2000. Whether the NFL at that time was aware that gay players were on team rosters, Moon says he doesn't know. No one felt comfortable coming out," says Rapoport of her early years at the NFL. Part of why Carl Nassib coming out is so impactful, I think, is it takes the first active player to come out and that will catalyze that movement.
Persons: Warren Moon, Moon, We've, Carl Nassib, Warren, Stephen Dunn, Pop Warner, that’d, they’ve, , Roger Goodell, Carl, Maxx, Chris Unger, Michael Sam, Sam, Sam couldn’t, Marvin Washington, Esera, Jeff Hostetler, Esera Tuaolo, Tuaolo, I’ve, you’re, Cyd Ziegler,, Nassib, Ziegler, He's, Sam Rapoport, Rapoport, Goodell, Michael Sam's Organizations: of Fame, NFL, Houston Oilers, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City, NBC, Las Vegas Raiders, Warren Moon, Kansas City Chiefs, American Football Conference West, San Diego Chargers, Qualcomm, Calif, Pop, Maxx Crosby, Allegiant, St, Louis Rams, University of Missouri, Jets, 49ers, Denver Broncos, Raiders, Los Angeles Coliseum, Vikings Locations: San Diego, Las Vegas, Washington, Los Angeles
Posts from friends suggest Michael B. Jordan unveiled a new rum called "J'ouvert" over the weekend. Black Panther actor Michael B. Jordan is facing backlash from Caribbean fans who are accusing the actor of cultural appropriation following the release of a new spirits venture launched called "J'ouvert Rum." Posts shared to Instagram show Jordan, who is African American, posing in front of the J'ouvert brand logo along with a small bottle of J'ouvert rum, and an old-fashioned rum recipe. They further pinpointed the brand partnership as an example of Black Americans without ties to the region or its diaspora profiting from sacred, Caribbean cultural traditions without learning their significance or history. Insider reached out to Angostura's executive manager of marketing Hema Ramkissoon who declined to comment on their relationship with J'ouvert Rum and Jordan's current controversy.
Persons: Michael B, Jordan, Nicki Minaj, Panther, Bryan Greenberg, Lori Harvey, Greenberg, Angostura bitters, Scott Robert Williams, Williams, J'ouvert, , Trinidadians, didn't, Barbie, Attillah Springer, jouvayist, Hema Ramkissoon, Alton Aimable, Lucian, Tropicalfete, Jordan isn't, Kendall Jenner, Jenner, Jordan's Organizations: Twitter, Manhattan, Trinidad's, New York City ., USPTO Locations: Caribbean, American, Trinidad, Manhattan Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Canada, Toronto, Miami, New York City, St, Brooklyn
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Persons: Read, Marriott, Chase, we're, We're, You'll, Bonvoy, I've, Regis, JW, Gwen, Akira, Grosvenor, Richard Kessler's, Ethan Steinberg, Carltons, Jin Xuan Organizations: Marriott, Chase, American Express, Chase Ritz, Carlton, Marriott Bonvoy Hotels, American, Ritz, JW Marriott, Washington DC, Marriott Bonvoy, Chicago Chicago, Rush, Michelin, Grosvenor House, Emirates, Citi, Service, Florida Marriott, JW Marriott Savannah Plant, District, Shanghai, Bund, Carlton Pudong, JW, IFC Locations: St, Regis, Chicago, Michigan, Windy City, New York, Miami, Beach, Sands, Asia, Marriott Bonvoy Singapore, Dubai, Amex, Island, Florida, Naples , Florida, JW Marriott Savannah, JW Marriott Savannah Plant Riverside, Savannah's, Savannah, Carlton Shanghai, Pudong, Shanghai Pudong, Shanghai, Marriott
She advises new grads to take their time to explore their options and the world: "Don't hurry to grow up," McCay says. Her best advice for young professionals today: "I cannot stress enough that your job should not be how you measure your success. His biggest piece of advice: Don't go to law school. "Or, to state things a bit more diplomatically: Most people who go to law school shouldn't," he says. He advises those considering law school to think long and hard about the pricey and time-consuming decision.
Persons: millennials, they've, Stephanie McCay, McCay, Kristen Alfenito, Lee Ruark, Celine Crestin, Crestin, Kristen Conley, Sarah Augustynek, Brad Walters, shouldn't, Steve Pederzani, Pederzani, Daniel Guerrant, didn't, couldn't Organizations: CNBC, Ivy League, Cal Poly, Navy, University of Colorado, NASA, Naval Research Locations: Denver, New York City, Los Angeles, Morgantown , West Virginia, Jeffersonville , Vermont, Buda , Texas, St . Petersburg , Florida, Buffalo , New York, Albuquerque , New Mexico, Littleton , Colorado, Boulder
Spain High Court allows John McAfee's extradition to the U.S.
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) sentiment -0.82   time to read: 1 min
John McAfee, co-founder of McAfee Crypto Team and CEO of Luxcore and founder of McAfee Antivirus, speaks at the Malta Blockchain Summit in St Julian's, Malta November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit LupiMADRID, June 23 (Reuters) - The Spanish High Court has authorised the extradition of John McAfee, an antivirus software creator, to the United States where he faces tax fraud charges, a court document showed on Wednesday. McAfee, who was arrested at Barcelona airport in October 2020, said during an extradition hearing earlier this month the accusations against him were politically motivated. Reporting by Inti Landauro and Emma Pinedo, editing by Andrei KhalipOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: John McAfee, Darrin Zammit Lupi, McAfee, Inti Landauro, Emma Pinedo, Andrei Khalip Organizations: McAfee Crypto Team, McAfee, Malta Blockchain, REUTERS, Spanish, Thomson Locations: St Julian's, Malta, Darrin Zammit Lupi MADRID, United States, Barcelona
Russia and China's growing ties and military cooperation have worried Western leaders. The 14,400-word, 79-paragraph communique released at the end of the summit expressed concern about Russia's and China's military build-ups and "assertive" behavior. 'A functional non-aggression pact'Putin at a parade during Russia's Vostok 2018 military exercises, in which China participated for the first time, September 13, 2018. They normalized ties in 1989, and security cooperation has been the most important part of the relationship between Russian and Chinese leaders since then. China still seeks advanced technologies, some of which, like jet engines, Russia has been reluctant to sell, said Fravel, an expert on the Chinese military.
Persons: Tod Wolters, Philip Davidson, Davidson, Matthew Rojansky, Rojansky, Putin, Alexei Nikolsky, Taylor Fravel, Lyle Goldstein, Goldstein, China's, Alexey Muraviev, Muraviev, Vadim Savitsky, Scott Berrier, Wolters, Michael Kofman, Kofman, Fravel, Xi, Sergei Bobylev, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, Elizabeth Wishnick, Christopher Bort, Bort, Tim Brakemeier, Wishnick, Nixon Organizations: Western, NATO, US European Command, Senate Armed Services Committee, Navy, Reuters, Pacific Command, Biden, Politico, Ukraine, Kennan, Wilson, Getty, MIT, US Naval War, Russian, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, AP, Australia's Curtain University, Defense Intelligence Agency, CNA, Montclair State University, stoke, US's National Intelligence Council, Getty Images Locations: Russia, China, Baltic, St . Petersburg, US, South China, East Asia, Soviet, , Ukraine, Pacific, Japan, East, South Korea, United States, Moscow, Vladivostok, Central Asia, Beijing, Eurasia, Getty Images Russia, West
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