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The majority position, which gave the go-ahead for use of the death penalty, did not sit well with Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Because Maryland outlawed the death penalty in 2013, the government sought to have him put to death in Indiana, where he was incarcerated. Not wanting to wait that long, the government asked the Supreme Court to reverse the lower court order—without any normal briefings or arguments. The high court’s majority opinion allowed them to do so. “Those whom the government executes during this endeavor deserved more from this Court.”President-elect Joe Biden opposes the federal death penalty, while a 2020 Gallup poll found that American support for the death penalty is lower than at any point in nearly five decades.
Persons: , Dustin Higgs, Sonia Sotomayor, , Sotomayor, , ” Sotomayor, Higgs, Trump, Obama, , Joe Biden Organizations: Maryland, Appeals, Circuit, , Gallup, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Maryland, Indiana, Puerto Rican, Covid
At least 19 states have activated National Guard troops to help protect their statehouses, and troops from across the country are mobilizing to secure the streets of Washington. Minnesota law enforcement agencies guarding the state Capitol on Saturday. Pentagon officials said that 9,500 National Guard members from 46 states and 3 territories had arrived in Washington by Saturday, and that as many as 25,000 are expected by Wednesday. Gavin Newsom of California authorized the deployment of 1,000 National Guard troops and had the State Capitol grounds in Sacramento surrounded with a chain-link fence. “There will be no tolerance for violence,” Mr. Newsom said last week, referring to the attack on the nation’s Capitol.
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ET Presidential Transition Live Updates: Biden Pushes Forward With Agenda as Anxiety Hangs Over Washington The president-elect announced a series of executive actions for his first 10 days in office. On his first day in office alone, Mr. Biden intends a flurry of executive orders that will be partly substantive and partly symbolic. Michael D. Shear andAdvertisement Continue reading the main storyLoews Hotels says it won’t host a fund-raiser with Senator Josh Hawley. Ms. Harris chose Justice Sotomayor for the task, according to a Harris aide who was confirming a report by ABC News. The vice president-elect and Justice Sotomayor have a shared background as former prosecutors.
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President-elect Joe Biden introduced a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan. Loews Hotels said it cancelled a February fundraiser for Senator Josh Hawley. Kevin Lamarque/ReutersOn Thursday, Biden released a massive $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, the "American Rescue Plan." Loews Hotels cancelled an event supporting Senator Josh HawleyA "Resign Hawley" sign painted on the street during a protest against Senator Josh Hawley in St Louis, Missouri, on January 9, 2021. Lawrence Bryant/ReutersLoews Hotels on Saturday said it had cancelled a February fundraiser for Senator Josh Hawley.
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Activists are urging similar action against other populist leaders, The Observer reported. Those leaders include Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and Indian PM Narendra Modi. President Trump's social media ban has opened a can of worms for tech firms who face calls from activists and academics to clamp down on other populist leaders such as Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro and India's Narendra Modi. He was subsequently booted off Twitter – his primary channel for broadcasting messages to an audience of millions – and YouTube. In India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not as openly inflammatory on social media.
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Read on for more on Trump administration staffers getting snubbed while hunting for jobs, Cathie Wood's predictions for 2021, and tension at The New York Times. Read the full story here:Trump administration staffers are getting snubbedFrom Claire Atkinson and Sean Czarnecki:Former White House staff can usually walk into top jobs after years of dealing with some of the toughest crises in government. But as businesses begin to shun Trump enterprises, the group leaving 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is already getting the cold shoulder. The innovation-focused asset manager's $21.5 billion Ark Innovation ETF (ARKK), $6 billion ARK Next Generation Internet ETF (ARKW), and $9.4 billion ARK Genomic Revolution ETF (ARKG) returned 153%, 157%, and 181%, respectively while all beating 99% of their category peers, according to Morningstar data. Several Times staffers told Insider there was a growing feeling inside the broader newsroom that the institution mishandled the fallout and had not held enough people accountable.
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Will Install a Trump Loyalist as Its General Counsel Vice President-elect Kamala Harris plans to resign from her Senate seat on Monday. The Justice Department, under pressure from Mr. Trump, has sued Mr. Bolton to recoup his profits from book. Representative Jamie Raskin, center, with Speaker Nancy Pelosi at a meeting of House impeachment managers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. He also claimed, without further explanation, that Mr. Trump was “trying to heal the nation.” But even as Mr. Graham lobbied his Republican colleagues to vote against convicting Mr. Trump and offered a stream of flattery about the president’s success in office, he rejected the suggestion that Mr. Trump should pardon any members of the mob before leaving office. Without specifically mentioning Mr. Trump, Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris drew an implicit contrast with his administration’s dismissive attitude toward expert opinion.
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Phil Spector, music producer and convicted murderer, dies at 81
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Kalhan Rosenblatt | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Phil Spector, the famed music producer who was convicted of the 2003 murder of actor Lana Clarkson, died on Saturday. Long considered a visionary in the world of music, Spector produced albums for countless groups, including The Beatles, the Ronettes and the Righteous Brothers. Lennon referred to Spector as the "the greatest record producer ever," the Associated Press reported, and other iconic musicians like Bruce Springsteen and Brian Wilson replicated the style of sound Spector pioneered. In 2009, Spector was convicted of killing Clarkson in his castle-like mansion in Alhambra, a suburb on the outskirts of Los Angeles. A 2007 trial ended in a hung jury, and a retrial in 2009 found Spector guilty of second-degree murder.
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ET Capitol Protests Live Updates: Armed Protesters Gather in Ohio, Texas and Michigan Washington remained mostly quiet while police officers and troops watch and wait outside the Capitol and statehouses across the country. Armed protesters have gathered at state capitols in Ohio, Texas, Oregon and Michigan. Armed protesters arrive at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas on Sunday. About 25 members of the antigovernment extremist “boogaloo” movement were among the heavily armed protesters who gathered at the Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. Austin, Texas: Protesters began gathering in the morning at the Texas State Capitol, which the state had closed out of concerns over the protest.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: India Starts Vaccinating Its 1.3 Billion People President-elect Joe Biden plans to create mobile vaccine clinics and expand Americans’ access to shots, but he warned that “things will get worse before they get better.” RIGHT NOW India begins inoculating its 1.3 billion people. India begins inoculating its 1.3 billion people. Covishield and another vaccine called Covaxin were authorized for emergency use in India earlier this month. “The honest truth is this, things will get worse before they get better,” Mr. Biden said. “The vaccine rollout in the United States has been a dismal failure so far,” Mr. Biden said.
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Fulton County's district attorney is seriously considering launching a criminal investigation into President Donald Trump, according to The New York Times. The only Democrat on Georgia's state election board is demanding that an inquiry launch be announced before February 10, reported The Washington Post. Prosecutors in Georgia are moving closer to opening a criminal investigation into President Donald Trump, according to The New York Times. Fulton County's new district attorney, Fani Willis, is seriously considering whether to launch an official inquiry into Trump's attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 Election, the paper reported. Trump is already facing criminal investigations brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance.
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Donald G. Tober, chairman of Sugar Foods Corporation and longtime Sweet'N Low marketer, died Friday, according to The New York Post. Tober, 89, had been a driving force behind Sweet'N Low, the little pink packets of artificial sweetener. The man who helped put pink Sweet'N Low packets on millions of tables died on Friday. Donald G. Tober, chairman of Sugar Foods Corporation, had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, according to the report. He said: "Don's had as much to do with building Sweet'N Low into a household name as anyone ever has with a product.
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Saylor's Eureka momentWith his massive public bet on the digital asset, Barron's has called Saylor bitcoin's "most important proselytizer." Encrypted code, digital gold, or safe-haven assetThe investment merits of bitcoin have long been a contentious topic. He used Twitter's social network effect as an analogy of bitcoin's monetary network dominance. In his view, much like YouTube is the dominant video network and Amazon is the dominant retail network, bitcoin is the dominant monetary network. With more high-profile institutional investors joining bitcoin's network, Saylor believes that it will increasingly be perceived as the "newest institutional safe-haven asset."
Persons: Michael Saylor, Anthony Scaramucci, Saylor, Jack Dorsey's, MicroStrategy, Barron's, Bitcoin, it's, bitcoin Organizations: Treasury, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, bitcoin's, The New York Times Locations: bitcoin
ET Live Updates: Security Concerns Rise in Washington as Biden’s Inauguration Approaches State capitals around the country have deployed the National Guard to help with security. National Guard officials said they would most likely need at least 25,000 troops in Washington, 5,000 more than they projected this week. Mr. Biden has resisted calls to move the celebration indoors for the sake of safety. “We remain in a very dark winter,” Mr. Biden told Americans in a speech in Wilmington, Del., on Friday. in future elections, while forces aligned with Mr. Trump are looking to punish Republican lawmakers and governors who have broken with him.
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President-elect Joe Biden continues to nominate and appoint people to his Cabinet and White House staff. The Biden-Harris administration's latest published numbers say that 11% of those appointed to the White House staff so far are part of the LGBTQ community. Postgraduate degreesThere is a high representation of lawyers among the incoming White House staff and Cabinet. Biden-Harris numbersThe Biden-Haris transition team released internal numbers for the White House staff who had been hired at the end of last year. The transition team reported that the White House staff included 61% women, 54% people of color, nearly 20% first-generation Americans, and nearly 40% who have children.
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But is this kind of appeal adaptable to a world where Trump himself cannot legally hold power any more? That kind of scenario, though, demands a level of Machiavellianism that Trump has — at best — inconsistently displayed, and a willingness to publicly subordinate himself and build up others that he has almost never shown. Does Trump actually want an heir, a successor to whom his legacy belongs? Does he want to live in a world where a son he used to disfavor — to say nothing of someone who isn’t his flesh and blood — is nominated for president instead of him? What McConnell has before him, then, is an opportunity to exert agency, to wield power, that is entirely unique to early 2021, and will be long gone by 2024.
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Joe Biden Actually Has a Covid Plan - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( The Editorial Board | ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Covid-19 Vaccines › Answers to Your Vaccine Questions If I live in the U.S., when can I get the vaccine? A growing number of coronavirus vaccines are showing robust protection against becoming sick. Once enough people get vaccinated, it will become very difficult for the coronavirus to find vulnerable people to infect. It’s possible that people may need to plan to take a day off work or school after the second shot. Will mRNA vaccines change my genes?
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There, there was literally no shame.” “We don’t — you know, I don’t heal anybody. Then they said, Louise really wants music to go along with the message, an opening act. Are you saying you don’t think it can be cured —” “Oh no, I think it can be cured, but I don‘t think just by meditation.” “No, that’s no guarantee at all. And above all, go to the mirror, and look in your eyes, and say, I love you. I really, really love you.
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ET Live Updates: Amid Fears of Inauguration Violence, Man With Gun and ‘Unauthorized’ Credential Is Arrested in Washington The man’s father said he was working as a security guard at the Capitol. Mr. Biden has resisted calls to move the inauguration ceremony indoors for the sake of safety. Without specifically mentioning Mr. Trump, Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris drew an implicit contrast with his administration’s dismissive attitude toward expert opinion. Mr. Biden also said that Dr. Francis S. Collins would remain as the director of the National Institutes of Health. “Go have fun with the press,” Mr. Trump told Mr. Bolton, who claimed he purposefully made visible what appeared to be “confidential” notes.
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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expected to leave the White House for the final time as president Wednesday morning, according to two people familiar with his plans. People wait for a moving van after boxes were moved out of the Eisenhower Executive Office building inside the White House complex on Jan. 14, 2021. There are discussions underway, for example, for a ceremony at Joint Base Andrews where Trump would deliver remarks before leaving for Mar-a-Lago. This comes as people were seen at the White House Thursday packing boxes into moving trucks. Workers move boxes onto a truck on West Executive Avenue between the West Wing of the White House and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House on Jan. 14, 2021.
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A Pennsylvania man accused of hurling a fire extinguisher at a group of police officers during last week's Capitol riot has been arrested, authorities said. The charges against Sanford are not related to the death of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick. The Associated Press and The New York Times have reported that Sicknick was struck by a fire extinguisher. He said that the thrown fire extinguisher was empty and that the officers who were struck reported no injuries. Authorities have said that five people died in the riot, including Sicknick and a woman who was shot by a Capitol police official inside the building.
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White House officials blame Rudy Giuliani for not one, but two impeachments of President Donald Trump, according to a report by The New York Times. The president was impeached over his role in the deadly Capitol riots, which were largely fueled by Trump supporters' unsubstantiated belief the election was "stolen," an idea Giuliani has strongly pushed. Though White House officials are reportedly angry with Giuliani, one of Trump's advisors tweeted on behalf of the president and praised the former mayor. White House officials blame Rudy Giuliani for not one, but two impeachments of President Donald Trump, according to a report by The New York Times. However, while Trump may be on the mend with Giuliani, White House officials are "universally angry" with Giuliani, according to The Times, for encouraging the president to take actions that led to both of his impeachments.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: As Vaccine Eligibility Expands in U.S., So Does Confusion Amid a shifting rollout, at least 28 states have begun vaccinating older people, prompting questions about which groups get priority. Dr. David Kessler headed the Food and Drug Administration during the presidencies of George Bush and Bill Clinton. Dr. Kessler is close to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease doctor, who became the leading governmental voice on the pandemic. “The very health of our nation is at stake,” Mr. Biden said. A $20 billion “national vaccine program” he announced envisions community vaccination centers around the country.
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Hospitals in England Struggle in the Grip of the Virus
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Josh Holder | Marc Santora | ) + 0.00   time to read: +13 min
Note: This data includes only general and acute beds, which make up the bulk of most hospitals’ beds, but excludes those in intensive care. Hospitals across the country are stretched to the brink with Covid-19 patients, medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring. Eleven National Health Service trusts in England now have more than half of their beds occupied by Covid-19 patients. The data includes most hospitals’ beds excluding those in intensive care. Cases have started to decline in all regions of England Cases per 100,000 people, by region 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 7-day average London 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 East of England 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 North West 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 South East 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 West Midlands 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 East Midlands 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 South West 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 North East 0 50 100 Nov. 17 Jan. 13 Yorkshire and The Humber Note: Regions sorted by highest number of confirmed cases per 100,000 people reported on Jan. 13.
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Has Trump's Reckoning Come Too Late? - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Michelle Goldberg | ) + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
“The problem existed before him, but it’s really flourished even more under his administration,” Johnson said of Trump. The Trump Impeachment › Answers to your questions about the impeachment process: The current impeachment proceedings are testing the bounds of the process, raising questions never contemplated before. Conviction in an impeachment trial does not automatically disqualify Mr. Trump from future public office. The Senate could hold a trial for Mr. Trump even after he has left office, though there is no precedent for it. The people at the Capitol who said they were there because the president wanted them to be weren’t necessarily delusional.
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