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The Week in Pictures: Bernie's mittens and Trump's snub
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( ) www.nbcnews.com sentiment -0.87   time to read: 1 min
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania are greeted by Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, their children, Eric and Donald Jr., Tiffany Trump and other Trump family members on the tarmac at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Jan. 20. In a break with tradition, Trump departed for Florida and did not attend his successor's inauguration. The Trump years in pictures: From the Women's March to the Capitol riot
Persons: Donald Trump, Melania, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Eric, Donald Jr, Tiffany Trump, Trump Organizations: Base Andrews Locations: Maryland, Florida
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group representing the U.S. travel industry on Friday said it opposes making quarantines mandatory for international air passengers returning to the United States. REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt/File PhotoU.S. Travel said it believes the introduction of new mandatory negative COVID-19 testing requirements for all international air passengers aged two and older eliminates the need for quarantines for returning passengers. The new international testing requirements start Tuesday. The group said enforcing a “mandatory quarantine requirement for international travelers could be extremely difficult to enforce”. Biden’s order says “to the extent feasible” air travelers must comply with applicable CDC guidelines concerning international travel “including recommended periods of self-quarantine”.
Persons: Kevin Mohatt, Joe Biden, Biden, Roger Dow, Donald Trump Organizations: WASHINGTON, REUTERS, Travel, Disease Control, Prevention, U.S, . Travel Locations: United States, Denver , Colorado, U.S, America ”, Brazil, United Kingdom, Ireland, Europe
The assessment will be carried out by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in coordination with the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said. Psaki said that, in addition to the threat assessment, the White House would build out capability within its National Security Council to counter domestic violent extremism, including a policy review on how the federal government can share information about the threat better. The White House also will coordinate relevant parts of the government to “enhance and accelerate efforts” to address the issue, Psaki added. “The January 6th assault on the Capitol and the tragic deaths and destruction that occurred underscored what we have long known: the rise of domestic violent extremism is a serious and growing national security threat. The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed Avril Haines as the Director of National Intelligence, the nation’s top intelligence job.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Jen Psaki, , ” Psaki, Psaki, Biden, Avril Haines Organizations: U.S, Capitol, National Intelligence, FBI, Department of Homeland Security, White, National Security Council, Senate Locations: WASHINGTON
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. curbs on investors owning securities from a number of Chinese companies could affect as much as $60 billion worth of bonds and spark hefty outflows through forced selling, JPMorgan wrote in a note to clients. FILE PHOTO: Chinese and U.S. flags flutter outside the building of an American company in Beijing, China January 21, 2021. ChemChina had already suffered $1 billion of forced selling in the wake of the executive order and could see another $1.3 billion of outflows from affected investors, JPMorgan calculated. For the companies themselves, removing U.S. investors from the equation would only have a limited impact, JPMorgan added. “Their dependence on offshore investors for funding needs is low with offshore USD bonds forming a very small part of their capital structure,” JPMorgan analysts wrote.
Persons: Tingshu Wang Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, ChemChina, JPMorgan Organizations: JPMorgan, REUTERS, House, U.S . Defense Department, Defense Department, New York Stock Exchange, Communist, Treasury, Democratic, China National Chemical Corporation, U.S, China National, Oil, U.S . Locations: American, Beijing, China, U.S, United States
Catholics increasingly express their support for reproductive rights, and the bishops who claim to speak for us have little understanding of the people in their pews. And, in fact, many practicing Catholics who support reproductive rights often do so not despite their faith, but because of it. Most American Catholics support reproductive choice. All over the world, people of all faith traditions are championing with increased urgency the sexual and reproductive health of all people. The Biden administration must listen to their voices, and commit to securing these most basic human rights.
Persons: Joe Biden, Ronald Reagan, , — it's, Biden, John F, Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, Patrick Leahy, Roe, Wade, Savita Halappanavar, Trump Organizations: Democratic, Republican, Catholic Locations: Latin America, Ireland, U.S, Republic of Ireland, Galway, Malawi, Argentina, United States
Tech shares could retake market reins as earnings heat up
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Lewis Krauskopf | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
The Russell 1000 growth index was up 3.3% in the past week as of Friday morning, while its value counterpart fell 1.5%. Aside from Apple and Microsoft, other tech sector companies due to report next week include payment processing firms Visa and Mastercard and semiconductor company Advanced Micro Devices. Earnings are expected to rise 23.7% this year after falling 14.1% in 2020, according to Refinitiv. Analysts on average expect the company to report a 13% rise in quarterly earnings. The software giant is expected to post an 8.7% rise in earnings.
Persons: Carlo Allegri, Russell, Chuck Carlson, , Walter Todd, Robert Pavlik, Kim Forrest, Donald Trump, Stocks, ” Pavlik Organizations: YORK, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, COVID, Netflix, Horizon Investment Services, Visa, Mastercard, Micro Devices, Refinitiv, Greenwood Capital, Dakota Wealth Management, Bokeh Capital Partners Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S
“We are ready to work shoulder to shoulder (with the United States) to defeat COVID-19 and rebuild economies that benefit everyone,” Trudeau told reporters. “There will certainly be challenges... We are now beginning a new era of Canada-U.S. friendship and work,” he said. Biden’s scrapping of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to the United States on his first day in office on Wednesday threatened to derail Trudeau’s efforts. On Friday, Trudeau said he would speak to Biden about his concerns on the job losses. “I will express my concern for jobs and livelihoods in Canada, particularly in the west, directly in my conversation with President Biden,” Trudeau said.
Persons: Justin Trudeau, Joe Biden, Trudeau, Donald Trump, Biden, , COVID, ” Trudeau, Organizations: U.S, Keystone XL, Pipeline, TC Energy Corp Locations: OTTAWA, Canada, United States
Democrats spent the four years of the Trump administration talking tough on Russia, and now with President Joe Biden in the White House, they face an immediate challenge: addressing one of the worst hacking campaigns in U.S. history. Democrats who watched Donald Trump as president consistently defer to Russian President Vladimir Putin are eager to take a stronger stance. “CISA’s not resourced to do remediation and reconstitution of federal networks,” he said. The Biden administration also faces a difficult question in what to do about the hack. In the Biden administration’s first two news conferences, White House press secretary Jen Psaki stressed that dealing with the SolarWinds hack was a priority, but that it’s still early in the administration.
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, , ” Sen, Mark Warner, , , That's, Matthew Travis, Chris Krebs, CISA’s, Jen Psaki, it’s, Barack Obama’s, didn’t, Michael Daniel, Obama’s, Lesley Carhart, “ We’re Organizations: Senate Intelligence, NBC News, Texas software, Infrastructure Security Agency, Twitter, Biden administration’s, White, National Security Agency, U.S . Office, Management, Budget, The Commerce, Energy, Justice, Labor, Treasury Locations: Russia, U.S, Texas, China
Gun incident involving Republican lawmaker prompts police probe
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Capitol Police on Friday were investigating an incident in which a Republican lawmaker was found carrying a concealed gun while trying to enter the floor of the House of Representatives, a Capitol official said. The Maryland Republican then tried to hand the gun off to Republican Representative John Katko, who refused, saying he did not have a license, the report said. House authorities installed metal detectors outside the chamber to beef up security in the aftermath of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot by former President Donald Trump’s supporters. Several Republican lawmakers, ardent supporters of gun rights, have loudly complained about the metal detectors and some have ignored them. The Capitol official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said lawmakers are allowed to carry guns on Capitol grounds so long as ammunition is kept separate, but firearms are not allowed on the House floor.
Persons: Andy Harris, Al Drago, John Katko, Donald Trump’s, Harris, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: WASHINGTON, . Capitol Police, Republican, Capitol, Labor, Health, Human Services, Education, Washington , D.C, Maryland Republican, U.S . Capitol Police Locations: Washington ,
Iran's Zarif urges Biden to act first in returning U.S. to nuclear deal
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Michelle Nichols | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Iran urged new U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday to “choose a better path” by returning to a 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers, but said the opportunity would be lost if Washington insists on further Iranian concessions up front. Biden, who took office on Wednesday, “can begin by removing all sanctions imposed since Trump assumed office and seek to re-enter and abide by the 2015 nuclear deal without altering its painstakingly negotiated terms,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote in Foreign Affairs magazine. Biden has said that if Tehran resumed strict compliance with the 2015 agreement Washington would rejoin it. Zarif said temporary limitations on Iran’s defence and missile procurements under the 2015 deal cannot be re-negotiated. He reiterated that, separate from the nuclear issues, Iran was willing to discuss problems in the Middle East.
Persons: Joe Biden, , Washington, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Mohammad Javad Zarif, , ” Antony Blinken, Zarif Organizations: YORK, Washington, Foreign Affairs Locations: Iran, Tehran, Iranian, Washington, United States
REUTERS/Dado RuvicThe COVAX scheme, led by the WHO and the GAVI vaccine alliance, signed deals for hundreds of millions of doses to vaccinate people in poor and lower-middle income countries, but vaccinations have yet to start. Bourla said the 40 million doses, a fraction of the company’s total 2021 production estimate of 2 billion, would be sold on a non-profit basis. He described it as an initial agreement, and said more doses could be provided through the COVAX programme in future. He said he hoped the agreement would also encourage other countries to donate more of their Pfizer shots to support rapid roll-out, like Norway has. The WHO said earlier this week it planned to deliver 135 million vaccines in the first quarter of 2021, without giving a breakdown by supplier.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, , Albert Bourla, Bourla, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Joe Biden’s, Anthony Fauci, Donald Trump, Seth Berkley Organizations: World Health Organization, Pfizer, REUTERS, WHO, Reuters, COVAX, United Locations: GENEVA, Norway, United States, Geneva
Chinese vaping firm RLX valued at nearly $35 billion in U.S. market debut
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
RELX vaping products by RLX Technology Inc are seen displayed at a store inside a shopping mall in Beijing, China January 22, 2021. REUTERS/Florence Lo(Reuters) - American depositary shares of RLX Technology Inc jumped 86% in their U.S. stock market debut on Friday, giving the Chinese vaping firm a market capitalization of nearly $35 billion. Chinese firms in 2020 raised $13.5 billion in IPOs in the United States, up from $3.5 billion in the previous year. RLX posted a net income of 108.6 million yuan ($16.76 million) on net revenue of 2.2 billion yuan ($339.45 million) for the nine months ended Sep. 30, 2020, according to a filing. bit.ly/39Uge7J($1 = 6.4810 Chinese yuan renminbi)
Persons: Florence Lo, Donald Trump, Kate Wang, RLX Organizations: RLX Technology Inc, REUTERS, New York Stock Exchange, U.S ., Former U.S, Uber Technologies Locations: Beijing, China, IPOs, United States
Life and death in COVID units around the world
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Dave Lucas | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
Federal authorities have brought criminal charges against more than 100 people so far in connection with the riots at the U.S. Capitol, in which Trump's supporters stormed the building, ransacked offices and attacked police.
Persons: Trump's Organizations: U.S . Capitol
UAE confirms it inked $23 billion deal to buy F-35 jets, drones from U.S.
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.96   time to read: +2 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates confirmed that it signed agreements with the United States on former President Donald Trump’s last full day in office to purchase up to 50 F-35 jets, 18 armed drones and other defense equipment in a deal worth $23 billion. The UAE embassy in Washington said in a statement on its website that the letters of agreement had been finalised on Tuesday confirming terms of purchase, including costs, technical specifications and anticipated delivery schedules. The embassy said the contracts included as many as 50 F-35A fighters valued at $10.4 billion, 18 MQ-9B drones valued at $2.97 billion, and various munitions valued at $10 billion. It did not mention the final in-country delivery date for the F-35 jets, but people familiar with the matter had told Reuters the initial proposal sent to UAE said 2027. The UAE said on Thursday that it looked forward to working with President Joe Biden’s administration.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Biden, Trump, Lockheed Martin, Joe Biden’s Organizations: WASHINGTON, United Arab Emirates, UAE, Reuters, Lockheed, Israel, U.S, Senate, US National Defense Locations: United States, Washington, UAE, The UAE, U.S, Gulf
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Friday voted overwhelmingly to confirm the first Black secretary of defense, retired four-star Army Gen. Lloyd Austin, who first needed Congress to approve a waiver for him to fill the Cabinet position. Austin retired in 2016. The House and Senate quickly approved the waiver for Austin on Thursday. In testimony at his confirmation hearing this week, Austin said that the “most immediate” challenge facing the U.S. is the coronavirus pandemic. The Senate Finance Committee unanimously reported Yellen's nomination to the floor Friday morning in a 26-0 vote.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Lloyd Austin, Josh Hawley of, Mike Lee of, Joe Biden’s, Austin, George C, Marshall, Truman, James Mattis, Trump, Barack Obama, Avril Haines, ” Austin, Biden, Austin “, Antony Blinken, Janet Yellen Organizations: Sens, Defense Department, Austin, Army, U.S . Central Command, U.S, Biden, Trump, Atlantic Locations: Josh Hawley of Missouri, Mike Lee of Utah, U.S, East, Central, South Asia
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will transmit to the Senate on Monday an article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Friday. The transmission will trigger preparations for a trial that could start as early as next week, but Senate leaders indicated it may be delayed to allow Trump to organize his defense. "Make no mistake: A trial will be held in the United States Senate, and there will be a vote whether to convict the president," Schumer, a New York Democrat, said. If convicted, the Senate is also expected to vote on whether to bar Trump from holding office again. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Trump is owed a "full and fair process where the former president can mount a defense."
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump, Chuck Schumer, Trump, Schumer, Donald John Trump, Mitch McConnell, McConnell, Joe Biden's Organizations: WASHINGTON, Capitol, Trump, United States Senate, New, New York Democrat, Senators Locations: New York, United States, Ky
INSURRECTION ACTThe posts claim, “Trump signed the insurrection act on 11 Jan …. Reuters has already debunked false claims that Trump invoked the Insurrection Act here . A U.S. government defense official told Reuters via email that neither martial law nor the Insurrection Act have been declared. This means selective martial law or that the president has signed the Insurrection Act” ( here , here ) and “Trump either signed the insurrection act or we are in martial law. They say that even when he was President, Trump lacked the authority to declare martial law.
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden, Biden, Brandon Bell, Q ”, Donald Trump, QAnon, Jan, “ Trump, Jan …, Rodney King, Michael Flynn, Ryan McCarthy, James McConville, ” Trump, Jenna Ellis, Richard Nixon, Factcheck.org, Brennan, Martial Law, Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Pope, BIDEN, “ Biden, Read Organizations: Martial Law, National Guard, U.S . Capitol, Washington D.C, REUTERS, U.S, Hollywood, , Reuters, Trump, American Legion, United States ’, Congress, U.S ., Army, Admiralty, White, Fox News, For Justice, Martial, Pentagon, Department of Defence, White House, Electoral, Archives Electoral, TRUMP, Capitol, Twitter Locations: United States, Washington, U.S, States, , usa
A Twitter spokeswoman said the @khamenei_site account was suspended for violating the company’s platform manipulation and spam policy, specifically the creation of fake accounts. Asked if the @khamenei_site account was fake, she said it was. The golfer image tweet was retweeted by Khamenei’s main Persian-language account @Khamenei-fa, although it appeared to have been deleted later. The text and graphic of the tweet was also carried by Khamenei’s official website (farsi.khamenei.ir) and widely quoted by Iranian media. Khamenei’s @Khamenei_fa account and his main Twitter account in English, which did not carry the golfer image tweet, were still operational.
Persons: Donald Trump, Stephen Lam DUBAI, Twitter, Ali Khamenei’s Organizations: U.S, REUTERS, Reuters, Iran’s, Twitter Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, Iranian
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives will deliver an impeachment charge against former President Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday, rejecting Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s request for a delay. “The House will deliver the article of impeachment to the Senate. The Senate will conduct a trial of the impeachment of Donald Trump. “This impeachment began with an unprecedentedly fast and minimal process over in the House,” McConnell said on Friday. Ten House Republicans joined Democrats on Jan. 13 in impeaching him.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell’s, Chuck Schumer, Tom Brenner, McConnell, ” Schumer, ” McConnell, , Trump, Schumer, Kamala Harris ’, Joe Biden’s, Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic, House, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Senate, Trump, Ten, Republicans, Democrats, Kentucky Republican Locations: Washington , U.S, Georgia, U.S, impeaching
Slideshow ( 2 images )DUBAI (Reuters) - Twitter suspended an account linked to Iran’s Supreme Leader on Friday, hours after it carried the image of a golfer resembling former President Donald Trump apparently being targeted by a drone alongside a vow to avenge the killing of a top Iranian general in a U.S. drone attack. The post, on a Persian-language account linked to Khamenei’s website, had carried the text of remarks by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in December, in which he said “Revenge is certain”. That speech renewed a vow of vengeance ahead of the first anniversary of the killing of top military commander General Qassem Soleimani in the attack in Iraq.
Persons: Donald Trump, Ali Khamenei, General Qassem Soleimani Organizations: Reuters, Twitter, Iran’s Locations: DUBAI, Iranian, U.S, Iraq
Both governments later confirmed that Lopez Obrador and Biden would speak by phone on Friday afternoon. Lopez Obrador also angered Washington by publishing a large dossier from the case that the United States had provided in confidence. Just on Thursday, Lopez Obrador said another phone call with Biden was not needed after the two men spoke in December. Under Trump, in return for a hardline stance on immigration, Lopez Obrador received little high-level U.S. pressure over his push for more state control in the energy sector. “There is no way that we are going to invent crimes,” said Lopez Obrador.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Salvador Cienfuegos, , , Lopez Obrador, Biden, Donald Trump, Lopez, ” Teneo’s Nicholas Watson, Enrique Pena Nieto’s, general’s Organizations: MEXICO CITY, . Drug, U.S, Trump, Central, Los Angeles, Department of Justice, DEA, Justice Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, U.S, Cienfuegos, Washington, United States, Teneo, Guatemala, Mexico City
British streets submerged by Storm Christoph
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Dave Lucas | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
Federal authorities have brought criminal charges against more than 100 people so far in connection with the riots at the U.S. Capitol, in which Trump's supporters stormed the building, ransacked offices and attacked police.
Persons: Trump's Organizations: U.S . Capitol
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration moved quickly on Thursday to name new leadership at Voice of America and other U.S.-funded media, replacing a Trump ally with a news editor he had recently demoted. Reilly was replaced by Yolanda Lopez, a news editor who will serve as acting director at VOA. The two pushed to remove the staff members even though the Biden administration had issued instructions to suspend any personnel actions or proceedings at VOA and other networks. The director of VOA, Reilly, also contended his sacking was illegal and he too was escorted out of the building, she said. Pack named Reilly as director of VOA only weeks before the Biden administration was due to take over.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Biden, Robert Reilly, Elizabeth Robbins, Reilly, Yolanda Lopez, Lopez, Mike Pompeo, Pompeo, Patsy Widakuswara, Widakuswara, Reilly . Reilly, Joe Biden, Robbins, Trump, John Jaggers, David Seide, Seide, Jaggers, Kelu Chao, Brian Conniff, Chao, Michael Pack, Pack Organizations: Voice of, Trump, of America, U.S . Agency for Global Media, White, NBC News, VOA, East Broadcasting Networks Locations: U.S
FILE PHOTO: The logo of a Walmart Superstore is seen during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Rosemead, California, U.S., June 11, 2020. Walmart is already vaccinating healthcare workers in New Mexico and its home state of Arkansas. Alabama’s health officer, Scott Harris, on Thursday said the state would partner with Walmart to provide COVID-19 vaccinations. Walmart confirmed that deal, which falls under a federal partnership that Biden on Thursday said would launch in early February. “Once there’s a broader supply and we can regularly start allocating to more pharmacies, they will be included,” the spokesperson said.
Persons: Mario Anzuoni, Joe Biden, Scott Harris, Biden, Harris, Trump, , Doug McMillon, , Asa Hutchinson Organizations: ANGELES, Reuters, Walmart Inc, Walmart, REUTERS, Walgreens, CVS, Kroger, Rite, Consumer, Pfizer, Moderna, Texas Department of State Health Services Locations: Chicago, Puerto Rico, Rosemead , California, U.S, Georgia , Indiana , Louisiana , Maryland , New Jersey, South Carolina, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, United States
The POW-MIA flag, which is dedicated to prisoners of war and servicemembers missing in action, was relocated last year from a prominent position atop the White House to a less visible spot on the South Lawn. The move came months after Trump signed into law a bill requiring the flag to be flown at certain federal properties including the White House every day. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The black and white POW-MIA flag, which reads: “You are not forgotten,” depicts a man beneath a guard tower gazing down at a barbed-wire fence. The Trump White House declined to explain why the flag was relocated but said last year it was done in a private ceremony with full military honors.
Persons: Gary Cameron, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, , Maggie Hassan, Elizabeth Warren, Republican Tom Cotton, Biden, Hassan, Warren Organizations: Arlington National Cemetery, WASHINGTON, White, Reuters, White House, Democratic, Republican, , Trump White, American Locations: Vietnam, Virginia, Iraq
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