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Only three US presidents have faced impeachment before him — Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998 were both impeached, while Richard Nixon resigned before he could be impeached in 1974. The House impeached Trump on two articles on December 18, 2019. Three other presidents have faced impeachment proceedings, but only two have been successfully impeached. On December 19, 1998, the House impeached Clinton for two of the articles — perjury and obstructing justice. Despite being impeached, Clinton refused to step down.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, — Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon, Liz Cheney, Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, Read, Sen, Mitch McConnell, Axios, Kamala Harris, Volodymyr Zelensky, Joe Biden, acquit Trump, Andrew Johnson, Andrew Johnson ., Congress Johnson, Edwin Stanton, Stanton, Johnson, he'd, Bill Clinton Clinton, Clinton, Paula Jones, Jones, Monica Lewinsky, Lewinsky, Kenneth Starr, Morales, Washington Reuters Trump, Hunter Biden, Nancy Pelosi, John Roberts, , Mitt Romney, James Pasley, Pamela Engel Organizations: Capitol, Representatives, Democratic, Republicans, Senate, Supreme, Reuters, GOP, New York Times, Trump, Andrew Johnson . Library, Congress, White House, Donald Trump U.S, Guatemala's, White, Washington Reuters, Democrats, Republican Locations: United States, Georgia, Washington, Ukraine
Rep. Greg Stanton of Arizona is set to propose a bill that would require US Capitol Police officers to wear body cameras while on duty, the Hill reported. The announcement comes in wake of last week's attempted coup at the US Capitol building that has resulted in five deaths. A House Democrat announced his plan to introduce a bill this week calling for US Capitol Police officers to wear body cameras while on the job following last week's insurrection, The Hill reported. "For the safety of our Capitol Police officers, the public, and everyone who works in the Capitol complex, it's imperative that officers utilize body-worn cameras while on duty. As Insider reported, a few Capitol officers were suspended and more are under investigation for their actions during the siege as some were caught on camera taking selfies with rioters.
Persons: Greg Stanton of, Stanton, week's, Greg Stanton, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden —, Brian D Organizations: US Capitol Police, Capitol Police, Capitol, Democrat, United States Capitol, , Trump Locations: Greg Stanton of Arizona, Arizona
Other likely outlets are video platform Rumble and video streaming service DLive, along with alternate news sites such as American Media Periscope, said Monica Stephens, assistant professor at the University of Buffalo, whose research focuses on topics including social media. In the meantime, he can tap Trump-friendly networks such as Fox News, OAN and Newsmax to get his message out. Others such as conservative media host Rush Limbaugh deactivated their Twitter accounts. Numerous Republican lawmakers denounced the social media company decisions as an attempt to stifle conservative voices and argued the moves would further polarize the country. The First Amendment guaranteeing free speech does not generally apply to private-sector companies, allowing them to moderate speech that incites violence on their platforms.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Donald Trump, Kelly Loeffler, Brian Snyder, Trump, Joe Biden’s, egged, Donald Jr, Eric, , ” Trump, Monica Stephens, , Newsmax, Angela Stanton, King, Thomas Massie, Rush, “ We’re, Marco Rubio, Chris Krebs Organizations: WASHINGTON, Republican, REUTERS, Brian Snyder Twitter Inc, Facebook, Inc, Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Trump, U.S . Capitol, Democratic, Capitol, Electoral, Biden, Capitol Police, Apple, Google, CAN TRUMP, Twitter, University of Buffalo, Fox News, White House, Congressional, Frontier Foundation, American Civil Liberties Union, Infrastructure Security Agency Locations: Dalton , Georgia, U.S, Georgia’s
Top conservative figures have announced they're moving to Parler after Twitter removed President Donald Trump's account and banned him from using the platform. Trump was banned from Twitter because of his potential to incite further violence following Wednesday's deadly siege on the US Capitol, the platform said Friday. After news of Trump's ban, top conservative figures shared their Parler usernames on Twitter. Parler is a social media app used prominently by Republican and conservative figures, who've dubbed it the "free speech" platform. Levin in a tweet said he also "suspended" his personal Twitter account "in protest against Twitter's fascism."
Persons: Donald Trump's, Angela Stanton, King, Thomas Massie, Trump, Donald Trump, Twitter, John Lewis, Stanton, Parler, who've, Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Levin, Donald Trump Jr Organizations: Twitter, Republican Rep, Capitol, Politico, Republican, Congressional District, Conservative, Google, Apple, Business Locations: Georgia's, Parler
Here's a running list of those lawmakers making those calls:SenateSen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt.Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va.Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I.HouseSpeaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore.Rep. Ayanna Presley, D-Mass. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo.Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis.Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif.Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla.Rep. Lori Trahan, D-Mass. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn.Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux, D-Ga.Rep. Marie Newman, D-Ill.Rep. Jimmy Gomez, D-Calif.Rep. Jake Auchincloss, D-Mass. Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y.Rep. Ritchie Torres, D-N.Y.Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif.Rep. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill.Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn.Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif.Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, D-Del.
Persons: Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Adam Kinzinger, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Tim Kaine, Ed Markey, Patty Murray, Amy Klobuchar, Tom Carper, Debbie Stabenow, Mazie Hirono, Hawaii Sen, Jeff Merkley, Bob Casey, Sherrod Brown, Ohio Sen, Chris Van Hollen, Patrick Leahy, Mark Warner, Sheldon Whitehouse, Ilhan Omar, Earl Blumenauer, Ayanna Presley, Katherine Clark, David Cicilline, Seth Moulton, Mark Takano, Jennifer Wexton, Mark Pocan, Richard Neal, Suzanne Bonamici, Frederica Wilson, Tim Ryan, Jamaal Bowman, Eric Swalwell, Jim Cooper, Jackie Speier, Cori Bush, Rep, Diana DeGette, Gwen Moore, Ted Lieu, Charlie Crist, Lori Trahan, Rosa DeLauro, Conn, Carolyn Bourdeaux, Marie Newman, Jimmy Gomez, Jake Auchincloss, Mike Thompson, Kai Kahele, Tom Malinowski, Alexandria Ocasio, Doris Matsui, Rashida Tlaib, Alan Lowenthal, Dan Kildee, Pramila Jayapal, Danny Davis, Sylvia Garcia, Jim McGovern, Veronica Escobar, Anthony Brown, Don Beyer, Bill Keating, Alcee Hastings, Sara Jacobs, Nydia Velázquez, Barbara Lee, Madeline Dean, Donald McEachin, Chuy García, Steve Cohen, Kathleen Rice, Val Demings, Bonnie Coleman, Donald Payne, Steven Horsford, Mondaire Jones, John Larson, Mary Gay Scanlon, Nanette Barragan, Dwight Evans, Lucy McBath, Kathy Castor, Judy Chu, David Trone, Bennie Thompson, Jared Huffman, Haley Stevens, Sean Casten, Jerry Nadler, Joe Neguse, Sheila Jackson Lee, Hank Johnson, Jamie Raskin, Bill Foster, Paul Tonko, Angie Craig, Ted Deutch, Greg Stanton, Andy Levin, Mike Quigley, Brenda Lawrence, Sharice Davids, . Rep, Lauren Underwood, Tony Cárdenas, Brad Schneider, Robin Kelly, Suzan DelBene, Lou Correa, Chellie Pingree, Derek Kilmer, Rick Larsen, Gerry Connolly, Stephen Lynch, Gregory Meeks, Ritchie Torres, John Garamendi, Dean Phillips, Ami Bera, Lisa Blunt Rochester, Joaquin Castro, Kim Schrier, Pete Welch, Hakeem Jeffries, Scott Peters, Betty McCollum, Dina Titus, Katie Porter, Yvette Clarke, Chris Papas, Peter DeFazio, John Yarmuth, Brad Sherman, Julia Brownley, Grace Meng Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Capitol, Illinois, Penn, Ohio, Rep, . Rep, Colo, Hawaii, ., Texas Rep, Miss, Texas, Maine, Del . Rep, Ky . Rep Locations: Sen, Hawaii, Rep, D, Alexandria, Cortez, Chuy, Ky
Some went even further and demanded that their fellow investors stop doing business deals with Trump's son-in-law, and White House senior advisor, Jared Kushner. "Why would you put Jared Kushner on your cap table given the terror that this administration has brought to America over the last four years, resulting in today's chaos," said one investor. Horrified by pro-Trump rioters who stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday in an effort to stop Congress from ratifying the election results, VCs are calling on other investors to stop doing business deals with Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner. "Why would you put Jared Kushner on your cap table? But Jared Kushner is not only Trump's son-in-law, he's a senior advisor the President, a member of the administration.
Persons: Trump's, Jared Kushner, Kushner, Homebrew's Hunter, Mark Suster, Suster, he's, Katie Stanton, Stanton, Josh Kushner, Glossier, Slack, Karlie Kloss, Kloss, I'm, Josh, Jared, Ivanka, He's, Kushner's brother's, Andreessen Horowitz, Mark Cuban, Peter Thiel, Oscar, confidentially, Baillie Gifford, Coatue, Catalyst Organizations: Twitter, White House, Oscar Health, Trump, Business, Moxxie Ventures, VC, Bloomberg, CNBC, Founders Fund, Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, DST Global, Breyer, Lumia, Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, Sound Ventures, Ford Foundation, SL Green Realty, Cadre, White, Tiger, Dragoneer, Fund Locations: America, Silicon, Silicon Valley
In October, Facebook announced changes to its hate speech policy and insituted a ban on posts denying the Holocaust. Now, advocates are calling for Facebook to ban posts denying the Armenian genocide, too. The call to action follows Facebook's October announcement that it would ban posts denying the Holocaust, which came after pressure from human rights groups, Holocaust survivors, and a 500-plus company ad boycott. In November, the Armenian Bar Association penned a letter to Facebook and Twitter (which banned posts denying the Holocaust in the days after Facebook did), proposing that they expand their ban to posts denying the Armenian genocide, too. The calls to expand hate speech policies come as social media platforms face a wider reckoning on how they regulate speech.
Persons: Arda Haratunian, Lana Akopyan, Akopyan, Laura Edelson, Edelson, Rouben Adalian, Twitter, Dr, Gregory Stanton, Stanton Organizations: Facebook, Rwandan, Ottoman Empire, Bloomberg, Armenian General Benevolent Union, Armenian, Armenian Bar Association, Twitter, Business, Communications, New York Times, United Nations Human Rights, NYU, Armenian National Institute, Washington , D.C, Defamation League, ADL, Tech, Watch, Rescue Committee Locations: Ottoman, Turkey, Armenian, Bangladesh, Washington ,, Turkish, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nagorno, Karabakh, South Caucasus, Russia, Baku, Akopyan's, Brooklyn , New York
A new rule published by the Department of Labor on Tuesday would allow restaurant owners to take employees' tips to pay "back-of-the-house" workers, such as cooks and dishwashers. An analysis by the Economic Policy Institute found that change could cost workers more than $700 million in lost wages. The regulation also allows employers to required tipped employees to perform more "non-tipped" labor, such as cleaning. "It's really, really clear this is about the interests of corporate executives and shareholders," Heidi Shierholz, an economist at EPI, told Business Insider. "It's really, really clear this is about the interests of corporate executives and shareholders.
Persons: Heidi Shierholz, Trump, , Cheryl Stanton, Shierholz, Jared Kushner, Joe Biden, Harris Organizations: Department of Labor, Economic Policy Institute, Employers, Policy Institute, Restaurant Law Center, National Restaurant Association, Biden
Workers Could Be Required to Share Tips Under New U.S. Rules
  + stars: | 2020-12-22 | by ( Eric Morath | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.90   time to read: +1 min
Servers and other workers who receive tips could be required to share that gratuity with non-tipped staff members, under a final regulation the Labor Department announced on Tuesday. The rule is the culmination of more than three years of work by the Trump administration to deliver the regulation long sought by the restaurant industry. Newly allowed tip sharing can “reduce wage disparities among all workers who contribute to customers’ experience,” she added. Advocates for low-wage workers, however, have criticized such proposals in the past. They say employers should pay nontipped staff—like cooks and dishwashers—more, rather than asking servers and others receiving gratuities to supplement the wages of others.
Persons: Trump, ” Cheryl Stanton Organizations: Labor Department, Labor
New Labor Department rule would let employers distribute tips more widely.
  + stars: | 2020-12-22 | by ( Noam Scheiber | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.90   time to read: 1 min
The Labor Department on Tuesday released the final version of a rule that would allow employers to share workers’ tips with co-workers who don’t normally receive tips. Under the so-called tip pools authorized by the new rule, the tips of waiters and waitresses can be shared with back-of-the-house workers like cooks and dishwashers. But such sharing will be allowed only if the waiters and waitresses receive the standard minimum wage in their city or state, not the lower minimum wage that most states allow employers to pay tipped workers. “This final rule provides clarity and flexibility for employers and could increase pay for back-of-the house workers,” Cheryl Stanton, the department’s wage and hour administrator, said in a statement.
Persons: Cheryl Stanton Organizations: Labor Department, Tuesday
Tiffany Perez often worked up to 25 hours a week babysitting for Hillsong Boston pastor Josh Kimes' 4-year-old daughter. Uribe believes her mental suffering began seven months earlier when she came out as bisexual to her Hillsong Church pastor Erika Nedwell. In a statement to Insider, pastor Joshua Kimes of Hillsong Boston said: "Hillsong Boston is committed to diversity—we consider it a foundational value of our church. As our Global Pastor Brian Houston said, 'Hillsong Church is and has always been a church that celebrates diversity, abhors injustice and welcomes all.' Our Hillsong Boston team has taken some intentional steps to improve racial diversity and equity at Hillsong Boston since we launched and we're committed to make further strides as we continue to listen and learn."
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So I'm normally obsessing over the next thing I'm doing as opposed to reflecting on the art of the career so far. "So you're just going to take pictures of random people on the street and somehow that's going to equal profit? And I don't know what that's going to be, but that's the way the wind is blowing right now. I'm going to figure it out one day...I've been thinking about it a lot. I'm going to figure it out one day, but my thinking so far is that relationships are tough.
Persons: Brandon Stanton, Stanton, He's, Stephanie Johnson, would've, I'm, you've, Ben, You've, We're, Green, I'd, It's, I've, we've, There's, Read, they've, it's, , that's, doesn't, someone's, Tanqueray, she's, Tanqueray's Organizations: Facebook, Amtrak, UGA, University of Georgia, New York Times Locations: New York, Iraq, Pakistan
Georgia runoff to decide John Lewis' short-term successor
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( The Associated Press | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
ATLANTA — Georgia voters on Tuesday are choosing the short-term replacement for civil rights legend John Lewis. Former Atlanta City Council member Kwanza Hall and former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin are contesting a runoff election. The 5th Congressional District includes most of the city of Atlanta, as well as some suburban areas of Fulton, DeKalb and Clayton counties. Hall and Franklin both contend they can get something accomplished during a short stay in Congress. Franklin and Hall share similar positions on issues, but Franklin, now a theology professor at Emory University, preaches a higher cause as well.
Persons: John Lewis, Robert Franklin, Nikema Williams, Republican Angela Stanton King, Williams, King didn’t, Lewis, Edmund Pettus Bridge, Franklin, Rebecca Breyer, ” Hall, , Martin Luther King Jr, Hall Organizations: Georgia, Former Atlanta City Council, Kwanza, Morehouse College, Democratic Party, Republican, Congressional, Student Nonviolent, Franklin, Atlanta City Council, Atlanta, Hall, Emory University Locations: ATLANTA, Atlanta, Fulton , DeKalb, Clayton counties, Washington, Selma , Alabama
Howard Hughes Turns to Finance Chief to Fill CEO Position
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Nina Trentmann | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
The Woodlands, Texas-based Howard Hughes, a real-estate development company, Tuesday named Mr. O’Reilly as chief executive, effective immediately. He was appointed interim chief executive in September following the departure of former CEO Paul Layne. Mr. O’Reilly will continue to lead the finance function while the company searches for a new finance chief, Howard Hughes said. David O'Reilly on Tuesday was named CEO of Howard Hughes. Mr. O’Reilly said he would be collaborating with Jay Cross, the company’s new president, and be involved with recruiting a new finance chief.
Persons: Howard Hughes, David O’Reilly, O’Reilly, Paul Layne, Mr, David O'Reilly, hasn’t, Crist, , Crist Kolder, , Jeff Constable, Korn, Cathy Logue, Stanton Chase, O’Reilly’s, , ” Mr, Corie Barry, Bob Swan, Carol Tomé, Logue, Jay Cross, Bill Ackman, Nina Trentmann Organizations: Howard Hughes Corp, Howard, Fortune, , Intel Corp, Growth Corp, Constellation Brands Inc, Home Depot Inc, United Parcel Service Inc Locations: Woodlands , Texas
No sane person will read this book the way a reviewer has been conditioned to read books: straight through. And that’s just fine, because “The Glorious American Essay,” though it does contain glories, gets off to a starchy start. The book is organized chronologically, which means it begins with an extended browse through the powdered wig section. Even among dead white men, Cotton Mather, Jonathan Edwards and Thomas Paine are particularly dead and particularly white. Many of these essays “speak vividly to our present moment,” he writes, about issues that “keep recurring on the national stage.”
Persons: Cotton Mather, Jonathan Edwards, Thomas Paine, Alexander Hamilton’s, edification, Ralph Waldo Emerson’s, It’s, , , ” Phillip Lopate, Cynthia Ozick, Margaret Fuller, Sarah Moore Grimké, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lopate Locations: America
Man who kidnapped, raped, buried Texas teen alive is executed
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
ET after being given a lethal injection at the federal prison complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. Hall was among five men convicted in the abduction and death of Lisa Rene in 1994. Lisa Rene was home, alone. A September report by the Washington, D.C.-based Death Penalty Information Center said Black people remain overrepresented on death rows, including federal death row. The organization’s database shows that 25 of 55 federal death row inmates (46%) are Black, while Blacks make up only about 13% of the U.S. population
Persons: Hall, wince, mumble, Trump, Joe Biden, Lisa Rene, , John Stanton Sr, Pearl Rene, Lisa, Orlando, “ They’re, , Stanton, Rene ., Rene, ” Stanton, Bruce Webster, weren’t, Donna Keogh, Keogh, ” Keogh, Marcy Widder, Christopher Vialva, Critics Organizations: Orlando Hall, Arlington, Rene . Police, Byrd Lake Natural, the Texas -, Terre, Washington, D.C, Blacks Locations: TERRE HAUTE, Ind, Texas, Terre Haute , Indiana, Pine Bluff , Arkansas, Dallas, Arlington , Texas, Pine Bluff, Byrd Lake, the Texas, the Texas - Arkansas, Terre Haute, Navajo, Iowa
FILE PHOTO: A Wall Street sign is seen outside the New York Stock Exchange, September 30, 2008. Election predictors including the Associated Press, NBC, Fox News and Edison Research, upon which Reuters relies, called the presidency for Biden. “Biden is good news for the markets,” Christopher Stanton, chief investment officer at Sunrise Capital Partners, said on Saturday. Beyond those battles, investors have been worried about the people Biden might appoint to his Cabinet. Some of those officials would be negotiating with Congress about a relief package and have extensive powers to craft Wall Street rules.
Persons: Joe Biden, Lucas Jackson, Donald Trump, Wall Streeters, Biden, “ Biden, ” Christopher Stanton, , Trump, , Michael Purves, Purves, Lael, Gary Gensler, Jamie Dimon, ” Leon Cooperman, ” Robert Wolf, Bill Ackman, George Floyd, Mohamed El Organizations: YORK, U.S, White, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Associated Press, NBC, Fox News, Edison Research, Reuters, Sunrise Capital Partners, Republicans, Senate, Tallbacken, Congress, Federal Reserve, McKinsey, Goldman Sachs Group, JPMorgan Chase &, Omega Family, UBS Group, Twitter, Erian, Allianz Group’s Locations: ” Major, Georgia, America, New York, San Francisco, United States
North Korea unveiled what appears to be a massive new intercontinental ballistic missile at a big military parade Saturday. Expert North Korea watchers said in early analysis the road-mobile, liquid-fueled missile was massive, with one suspecting that it might be capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads. North Korea unveiled what appears to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) at a big military parade in Pyongyang Saturday, and it's huge. The Trump administration has been trying to persuade North Korea to abandon its pursuit of missiles and nuclear weapons. Chad O'Carroll, a North Korea watcher and the CEO of the Korea Risk Group, told Reuters that North Korea displayed more military hardware in this parade than almost all previous parades.
Persons: Kim Jong Un, Kim Il, Melissa Hanham, Trump, Donald Trump, Kim Jong, Chad O'Carroll Organizations: Worker's Party, Stanton, Nuclear, Carnegie Endowment, International, Open Nuclear Network, Korean, South Korean, The Korea Herald, North, Trump, Yonhap News Agency, Korea Risk, Reuters Locations: Korea, North Korea, Pyongyang, Korean, Seoul, denuclearization, DPRK
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