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A Latina law school professor has been tasked with examining the future of one of the country's three branches of government. President Joe Biden has signed an executive order creating a presidential commission to study whether the Supreme Court should be overhauled, and he has named Yale Law School professor Cristina M. Rodríguez as its co-chair. In her view, discussions about Supreme Court reform or restructuring could be constructive. “Her informed perspective matters, as the Supreme Court has not been very adept when it comes to immigration and immigrants’ rights issues," he said. The Supreme Court commission will hold public meetings and then issue a report with its findings and recommendations.
Persons: Joe Biden, Cristina M, Bob Bauer, “ Cristina Rodríguez, ” Kevin R, Johnson, Biden, Bauer, Rodríguez, Laurence H ., Sherrilyn, Andrew Crespo, Crespo, ” Johnson, ” Rodríguez, Sandra Day O’Connor, Elia Diaz, , , ” Diaz, Yaeger, Amy Coney Barrett, Thomas A, Saenz, Antonin, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Diaz Organizations: Yale Law, New York University School of Law, University of California, Davis, School of Law, NBC News, Harvard Law School, NAACP Legal Defense, Educational Fund, Harvard, Yale College, Yale Law School, Oxford University, Yale, Department of Justice, Hispanic National Bar Association, , Mexican American Legal Defense, Immigration, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Puerto Rican, Cuba, Puerto Rico, San Antonio, Quinnipiac
WASHINGTON — The Capitol Police ignored critical intelligence ahead of the Jan. 6th riot, including overlooking a warning that, “Congress itself is the target,” according to an internal watchdog report obtained by NBC News. The report also makes several recommendations about how the Capitol Police can be better prepared in the future. NBC News reviewed the report on Wednesday ahead of a public hearing on Thursday before a House Administration subcommittee to discuss its findings. In addition, the report found that an FBI field office in Norfolk, Va., also warned the Capitol Police. The watchdog report also found that Capitol Police leaders told officers to avoid using the most aggressive possible responses at the time.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Jan, Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Trump, , , , Michael Bolton, ” Bolton Organizations: The Capitol Police, , NBC News, U.S . Capitol, Capitol, Capitol Police, NBC, The New York Times, Trump, Department of Homeland Security, FBI, Civil, CDU Locations: Norfolk, Va
The Covid-19 health crisis has exacerbated existing shortcomings in the nation’s health system. As of 2019, Black women have faced a higher share of pregnancy-related deaths, and for Black women over 30, those figures are four to five times higher than their white peers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. April 11 through April 17 marks “Black Maternal Health Week,” which aims to shed light on Black women’s maternal and reproductive care. Many of this year’s events are virtual, which only underscores the myriad ways Covid-19 is affecting not only Black maternal health, but also the communal nature that has come to define Black Maternal Health Week. With that, the White House on Tuesday released a proclamation recognizing Black Maternal Health Week and vowed to take steps to address the maternal health crisis.
Persons: Dana Sherrod, Sherrod, Adjoa Jones, Jones Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, Public Health Alliance, Matter Alliance, Women, Children, L.A . County Department of Health Services, Action, Committee, Community, University of Pennsylvania, Facebook, Twitter Locations: L.A . County, Memphis, . County, Covid
"Heavier, less-lethal weapons were not used that day because of orders from leadership," a watchdog report revealed. The order was given despite an intel report detailing potential violence at the Capitol. Despite being tipped off of the January 6 riots, Capitol police officers were ordered not to use their most aggressive crowd-control tactics — like stun grenades — on the mob, a scathing new watchdog report revealed Tuesday. CNN first reported about the watchdog report on Thursday, revealing more failures on the part of law enforcement in the January 6 siege. The watchdog report, titled "Review of the Events Surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, Takeover of the U.S. Capitol," will be reviewed during a congressional hearing on Thursday, The Times reported.
Persons: Michael Bolton, Bolton Organizations: Capitol, The New York Times, CNN, The Times, Trump, Civil Disturbance Unit, Bolton, U.S . Capitol
Tesla is touting wild horses as a perk of working at its Gigafactory in Nevada. There are nearly 50,000 wild horses in the state. It also happens to be in the middle of a range where thousands of wild horses live. While Tesla touts the animals as a perk, locals say the wild horse population is sufferingAs the tech presence in Nevada has grown, so has the wild horse population. But wild horse advocates say the encroaching construction and human traffic continue to make conditions difficult for the horses.
Persons: Tesla, Elon Musk's, Musk, munch, Melina Mara, Dr, Barry Perryman, Jeffrey Berns, Corenna Vance Organizations: The New York Times, Twitter, Tesla, Sparks, Reno Industrial Center, Land Management, Washington, Getty, University of Nevada, Times, Wild Horse Locations: Nevada, Sparks , Nevada, Silver Springs , Nevada
I’m a police lieutenant in the city of St. Louis. St. Louis has one of the highest rates of police shootings in the country, and Black mistrust of police runs deep. “Happy alive day, Darren!” posted by the business manager for the St. Louis police union. The St. Louis Police Officers Association, and then the second one is called the Ethical Society of Police. And this is how I’m going to fight it.” If something is wrong, we say it’s wrong.
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More than 650 tech workers at The New York Times have formed a union called the Tech Times Guild. It's organizing the formation with the NewsGuild union and awaiting recognition from the Times. Tech workers at The New York Times on Tuesday announced they have formed a union and asked for recognition from the publication. The Tech Times Guild is looking to become a separate bargaining unit from the NewsGuild. "As of now, we face a number of challenges, including sudden or unexplained termination, opaque promotion processes, unpaid overtime, and underinvestment in diverse representation," the Tech Times Guild tweeted.
Organizations: The New York Times, Tech Times Guild, Times, Tech, Tuesday, The Tech Times Guild, The Tech Times, Tech Times, New York Times, The New York Times Company Locations: New York
In the lead-up to the race, Goggins' cardiovascular training included just 20 minutes spent on the elliptical every Sunday. David Goggins, second from right. Goggins ran the Badwater 135 in 2007, in a string of 14 ultramarathon races that year. Itzler never used the SEAL's name in the book, but word soon got out that the "toughest man" was in fact David Goggins. I read David Goggins' book.'"
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Fervor Over Coinbase I.P.O. Spreads: Live Business Updates
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( Eshe Nelson | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +12 min
Spreads: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW Toshiba’s top executive resigns amid company turmoil. Shares of Coinbase, a trading platform for digital currencies, begins publicly trading on Wednesday. Riot Blockchain shares rose nearly 5 percent. Shares in Bit Digital, a Chinese bitcoin mining company, rose nearly 25 percent in premarket trading in the United States. Its shares rose 4 percent after the company said revenue from its cloud business was growing and upgraded its forecast for full year earnings.
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Hundreds of US companies and executives signed a statement opposing laws that make it harder to vote. Others including like Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, and JPMorgan Chase declined, The New York Times reported. Hundreds of US companies and executives have signed a statement opposing "any discriminatory legislation" that would make it more difficult for people to vote. Companies that signed the statement include:General MotorsNetflixStarbucksAmazonBlackRockGoogleTargetFacebookBank of AmericaMasterCardUnited AirlinesInvestor Warren Buffett, nonprofit organizations, and major law firms also signed. But The Times reported that multiple companies refused to sign the statement, including Georgia-based Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, and Home Depot.
Persons: JPMorgan Chase, Google Target Facebook Bank of America MasterCard United Airlines Investor Warren Buffett, Kenneth Chenault, Kenneth Frazier, Arthur Blank, Jamie Dimon Organizations: Companies, Netflix, Starbucks, Amazon, MasterCard, Facebook, Google, Delta Air Lines, JPMorgan, New York Times, Georgia's, General Motors Netflix, Google Target Facebook Bank of America MasterCard United Airlines Investor, The New York Times, Washington, American Express, Merck, Times, Depot, The Times Locations: Georgia
One of the officers involved, Derek Chauvin, has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng step out of the car and approach the blue S.U.V. According to the criminal complaints filed against the officers, Floyd says he is claustrophobic and refuses to enter the police car. Her footage shows that despite calls for medical help, Chauvin keeps Floyd pinned down for another seven minutes. Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s neck for over eight minutes, according to our review of the video evidence.
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Rep. Matt Gaetz reportedly attended drug-fueled parties where attendees sometimes had sex. After the parties, money sometimes changed hands, CNN reported on Wednesday. Gaetz made payments between 2018 and 2019 to at least one woman who went to the parties. Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz was a fixture at parties that frequently involved drug use and sex, and after which money sometimes exchanged hands, CNN reported. The report said that Gaetz changed his phone number last year and that investigators also seized his former girlfriend's phone in November.
Persons: Matt Gaetz, Gaetz, Partygoers, Joel Greenberg, Greenberg Organizations: CNN, Florida, Florida congressman, Gaetz, The New York Times, Politico, iPhone, GOP Locations: Florida
Insurers are trying to pass on costs of the Texas storm by blaming power companies.
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Two months after the storm crippled large swaths of Texas, insurers are sketching out a legal strategy to pin the costs on utilities and power companies that they say failed to adequately prepare for bitterly cold weather. The insurers say the power companies and utilities failed to prepare for a major winter storm, even though past cold snaps and climate-change data had made the danger clear. “It doesn’t look like anybody did anything,” said Lawrence T. Bowman, a lawyer in Dallas who represents insurers in liability disputes. But decades of deregulation have made the state’s power grid a dizzying web of companies that could make determining fault tricky. Insurers will also have to show that the damage was the result of “gross negligence.” And there are dozens of small companies in the supply chain — some of which have gone bankrupt since the storm — that interact with one another in myriad ways.
Persons: Mary Williams Walsh, , Lawrence T, Bowman Organizations: The New York Times Locations: Texas, Dallas
Hundreds of companies signed a statement opposing restrictive voting laws Wednesday. Some notable companies, including Walmart, Delta, and Coca-Cola, opted not to join. While hundreds of major companies signed a new letter Wednesday opposing restrictive voting rules in the wake of Georgia's election law, some notable ones — including Walmart, Coca-Cola, JPMorgan, and Delta Air Lines — declined to join the effort. It later said it wanted to be "crystal clear" that it was disappointed in the outcome of the Georgia voting law. Amid pressure to condemn the Georgia voting law, Delta CEO Ed Bastian blasted the legislation last month, saying it was "based on a lie."
Persons: Warren Buffett, JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, We've, Donald Trump, Ed Bastian, Doug McMillon, Brian Kemp Organizations: Walmart, JPMorgan, Cola, Delta Air Lines, The New York Times, Washington Post, United Airlines, American Express, Facebook, Times, CNN, Home Depot, Delta, Georgia Gov Locations: Delta, Georgia
HB531 will restrict early voting hours, remove drop boxes, and require the use of a government ID when voting by mail. Hundreds of corporations, executives and celebrities released a statement Wednesday in opposition to "any discriminatory legislation or measures" that would restrict ballot access. American Airlines, Apple, Bank of America, Cisco, Facebook, Microsoft, Netflix, Starbucks, Target, Twitter and Vanguard were among dozens of corporate names to sign the statement. Celebrities to sign on included George Clooney, Queen Latifah, Demi Lovato, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gwyneth Paltrow, Shonda Rhimes and Dwyane Wade. Chenault and Frazier two weeks prior spearheaded a coalition of prominent Black business executives calling on corporate America to come out against voter restrictions.
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Time and again during the Obama administration, Mr. Biden lost arguments to reduce the American presence to a minimal counterterrorism force. “We went to Afghanistan because of a horrific attack that happened 20 years ago,” Mr. Biden planned to say in his afternoon remarks, according to prepared excerpts. President Biden will visit Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery after delivering his speech announcing an exit timeline for troops still stationed in Afghanistan. While Mr. Biden extended the deadline to September, the pullout of the United States and its NATO allies will be a massive blow to the Afghan security forces. Senators are also likely to raise prospects for continued violence in Afghanistan now that President Biden has decided to pull out troops by September.
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Dozens of companies are suddenly paying more attention to individual investors. Small investors who buy single stocks have not been a major force in financial markets for the better part of half a century. They were growing in influence before the pandemic, partly because of the popularity of free trading apps such as Robinhood. But with millions of Americans stuck at home during the pandemic, the trading trend escalated, Matt Phillips reports for The New York Times. Ark Investment Management — the high-flying, tech-focused exchange-traded fund company run by the investor Cathie Wood — and Palantir Technologies, are also trying to reach small investors directly.
Persons: Matt Phillips, ” Amelia Garnett, ” Tesla, Cathie Wood Organizations: The New York Times, “ Retail, Goldman, Global, Wall, Ark Investment Management, Palantir Technologies
Republicans say Biden's planned troop withdrawal from Afghanistan would make it a safe haven for terrorists. But US intelligence and law enforcement now view domestic extremism as the greatest terror threat. But experts have long dismissed this as a myth, largely because the evidence points to domestic extremism being the greatest terror threat to the US. And in recent years, law enforcement has increasingly cited far-right groups — especially white supremacists — as the greatest extremism threat to the US. But Burns also said that Al Qaeda and ISIS currently lack the ability to attack the homeland and aren't the most dangerous transnational terror groups anymore.
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Ivanka Trump posted photos of herself receiving a COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday. Republican voters and Trump loyalists are disproportionately hesitant or unwilling to get vaccinated. Ivanka Trump, former President Donald Trump's eldest daughter, broke her months-long silence on Twitter to post photos of herself getting a COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday. Trump tweeted. Trump's enthusiastic post about the COVID-19 vaccine is potentially significant because Republican voters and Trump loyalists are disproportionately hesitant or unwilling to get vaccinated.
Persons: Ivanka Trump, Trump, Donald Trump's, Torres, hasn't, Trump's, pollster Frank Luntz Organizations: Republican, Trump, Twitter, The New York Times, Trump voters
Federal health agencies on Tuesday recommended pausing the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after a small number of people experienced "a rare and severe type of blood clot" after receiving the shot. Of these, six have experienced the clot, the agencies said, adding: "Right now, these adverse events appear to be extremely rare." In a statement, Johnson & Johnson said it was aware that blood clots had been reported with some Covid-19 vaccines, but that "no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events" and its shot. The CDC will convene Wednesday a meeting of its Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, which provides guidance on vaccines. It said that committee would "further review these cases and assess their potential significance," while the FDA would also investigate.
Persons: Johnson Organizations: Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control, The New York Times, CDC, FDA Locations: United States
Live Covid-19 Live Updates: Virus Surges in Some Parts of U.S. but Not Others Experts aren’t sure what explains the split, with worrying figures in the Northeast and Upper Midwest but largely not in the South. The virus is surging in the Northeast and Upper Midwest, while other regions are largely keeping it at bay. Nationally, reported cases in the United States are growing again after a steep fall from the post-holiday peak in January. Officials are also concerned about the spread of more contagious virus variants, especially B.1.1.7, first identified in Britain. At the height of the epidemic in January, Britain was averaging almost 60,000 new coronavirus infections and more than 1,200 Covid-19 deaths each day.
Persons: Emily Elconin, David Rubin, PolicyLab, , Michael Saag, Saag, Britain rejoices, lockdowns, Andrew Testa, , Boris Johnson, Marc Santora, Megan Specia Organizations: Oakland University, The New York Times, New York Times, Health, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Johns Hopkins University, , University of Alabama, Britain Locations: Northeast, Upper Midwest, Rochester, Mich, United States, South, Alabama , Mississippi, Arkansas, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Alabama, Mississippi, Britain, Southern, California, Georgia, hospitalizations, Birmingham, South London, Europe, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, China
The vaccines being administered in the United States were developed before some variants emerged. In the United States, B.1.1.7 has become the dominant variant. Think of B.1.1.7 as a superspreader version of the virus, able to outrun variants that can’t transmit as efficiently. Reports from Israel, which has vaccinated its population more quickly than any other country, have shown that the mRNA vaccines’ efficacy was not diminished by the three most common variants of concern. Unfortunately, the United States is rigidly committed to allocating vaccines based only on population, rather than using a targeted approach to tamp down hot spots like Michigan.
Persons: Johnson Organizations: Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson, AstraZeneca Locations: Angola, United States, Britain, Israel, Michigan
Live Inflation Is Expected to Rise, but Don’t Be Alarmed: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Grab, a Singapore ‘super app,’ plans to be the largest SPAC deal ever. Inflation Is Set to Jump In March’s data, inflation is expected to rise substantially above 2 percent. In March’s data, inflation is expected to rise substantially above 2 percent. An Uneasy Exuberance in the Stock Market It’s been a long, fine run for the stock market, but a great deal of the upswing has depended on low interest rates, and in the bond market rates have been rising. Finding Safety Through Global Diversity Bonds provide ballast in diversified portfolios, damping the swings of the stock market and sometimes providing solid returns.
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The CDC and FDA recommended an immediate pause in the rollout of J&J's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. The US is recommending an immediate pause in the rollout of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine, citing concerns of blood clots forming in people who had received the shot. So far 6.8 million doses of J&J vaccine have been given to Americans, according to the CDC and FDA. The Europeans Medicine Agency (EMA) announced Friday that it was closely monitoring J&J's vaccine after four reported cases of blood clots were reported in people immunized with it in the US. The New York Times reported that US officials expect states will also choose to pause their use of the vaccine.
Persons: J's Organizations: CDC, FDA, Johnson, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, and Drug Administration, Europeans Medicine Agency, EMA, The New York Times, New York Times, AstraZeneca Locations: Colorado , North Carolina, Georgia, Maryland, Europe
Live Inflation Rate Rises as the Economy Reawakens: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Stocks fall over safety concerns tied to Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine. Core inflation, which ignores volatile food and energy prices, rose 0.3 percent, up from 0.1 percent in February. Inflation Is Set to Jump In March’s data, inflation was expected to rise substantially above 2 percent. An Uneasy Exuberance in the Stock Market It’s been a long, fine run for the stock market, but a great deal of the upswing has depended on low interest rates, and in the bond market rates have been rising. Finding Safety Through Global Diversity Bonds provide ballast in diversified portfolios, damping the swings of the stock market and sometimes providing solid returns.
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