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The Postal Service's 10-year plan could slow mail delivery times by as much as two extra days. The new policies would heavily impact delivery times along the West Coast, as well as parts of Florida and Texas. The service cuts could make it even harder for USPS to compete with delivery services like Amazon Prime. A new US Postal Service plan could tack on as much as two extra days to mail delivery times for some Americans, according to a recent analysis from The Washington Post. Currently, the standard delivery time for USPS packages is about 2-3 days, but the publication reported the new plan would create average delivery times between 2-5 days.
Persons: General Louis DeJoy, Read, Louis DeJoy, DeJoy Organizations: USPS, Amazon, US Postal Service, Washington Post, Postal Regulatory Commission, Las, Postal Service, FedEx, United Parcel Service, Read The Washington Posts Locations: West Coast, Florida, Texas, Seattle , Portland, Washington , Oregon , Montana , Idaho , Wyoming , California , Nevada , Utah , Colorado , Arizona, New Mexico , Texas, North Dakota, Florida , New York , Minnesota , Missouri , Mississippi , Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia , Kentucky , Indiana, Vermount , New Hampshire , Maryland
The Parks Department and the city were free to make a terrible business decision. Unfortunately for Trump, this is likely to be a short-lived legal adventure; the city can very probably get this case dismissed before it really even gets started. The Parks Department and the city were free to make a terrible business decision. The essence of an at-will contract is that it’s terminable even for lousy, ill-advised reasons. Of course, Trump being Trump, a dismissal here is unlikely to be the end; he likes courtroom dramas too much.
Persons: Donald Trump, who’s, Bill de, Blasio, Trump, Jack Nicklaus, Trump’s, Nick Paolucci, Organizations: White, New, The Parks Department, Trump, Department of Parks, , Trump Organization, United, MSNBC, Parks Department, The Washington Post Locations: New York City, Ferry, Bronx, America, New York, United States, The Washington
Allen Weisselberg, Trump Organization CFO, is being tempted to give evidence against Trump. But he continues to show signs of loyalty to his boss, reported The Washington Post. Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg is resisting attempts by prosecutors to get him to flip and provide evidence against his boss, Donald Trump, The Washington Post reported. According to the report Weisselberg was seen entering Trump Tower after the former president arrived there on his birthday, which was June 14. The allegations being probed by prosecutors is whether the Trump Organization misrepresented its finances for tax, loan or insurance benefits.
Persons: Allen Weisselberg, Donald Trump, Cyrus Vance, Letitia James, Barry, Trump, Vance, James Organizations: Trump Organization, Trump, Washington Post . Local, The Washington Post, New, Manhattan, Post Locations: New York, Manhattan
"It's an important step today to get every senator on record about willingness to talk about protecting our democracy. And if that fails, then the Democrats are going to have to talk about what the next path forward is," said Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren. Activists and many Democratic lawmakers say reforming or scrapping the filibuster is necessary to pass legislation to move forward on key parts of President Joe Biden's agenda, including on voting rights. "Certainly, there is risk in getting rid of the filibuster, but there's risk if we let the status quo where nothing happens continue," said Democratic Senator John Hickenlooper. Manchin is the only Senate Democrat who has not cosponsored the "For the People Act," the party's flagship voting bill.
Persons: Elizabeth Warren, Charles P, Rettig, Tom Williams, Joe Biden's, John Hickenlooper, Steny Hoyer, Kyrsten Sinema, Joe Manchin, Sinema, Manchin, David Morgan, Doina, Makini Brice, Sonya Hepinstall Organizations: Internal Revenue, Senate, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, Democratic, Democrat, The Washington Post, Thomson Locations: Washington ,, REUTERS WASHINGTON, The
Pelosi denies announcing select committee on US Capitol riot
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Charles Davis | ) www.businessinsider.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Democrats are creating a select committee to examine the events of January 6, 2021. The move comes after Republicans last month defeated an effort to create an independent commission. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has denied telling Democrats that she intends to create a select committee to examine what went wrong on January 6, when a mob of former President Donald Trump's supporters attacked the US Capitol. The news that Pelosi had backed such a committee was first reported by The Washington Post, which cited a source familiar with the conversation. Republicans last month defeated an effort to create an independent commission to investigate the attack.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump's, Pelosi Organizations: The Washington Post, Capitol, CNN, Republicans
Opinion | Did the Coronavirus Come From a Lab?
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Spencer Bokat-Lindell | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
How viable is the lab leak theory, really? As Relman points out in The Washington Post, lab leaks of dangerous pathogens have happened before all over the world; one is even believed to have caused a relatively minor flu pandemic in 1977. Despite testing tens of thousands of animals, researchers in China have been unable to locate a natural source of SARS-CoV-2. “Zoonosis is the horse, and the lab leak is the zebra.”Robert Garry Jr., a Tulane virologist, is similarly convinced of the virus’s natural origin. But the lab leak theory has also attracted interest as a cautionary tale about groupthink, political polarization and overlapping crises of expertise.
Persons: David Relman, Relman, Shi, Susan Weiss, , Zoonosis, ” Robert Garry Jr, Akiko Iwasaki, , Donald McNeil Jr, Tom Cotton of, Donald Trump, Trump Organizations: The Washington Post, University of Pennsylvania, Washington Post, Tulane, Post, Yale, Times, Street Journal, Wuhan Institute Locations: Stanford, The Washington, China, Wuhan, United States, Tom Cotton of Arkansas
Kushner reportedly grew so frustrated at news over mask shipments last year that he threw his pen at the wall. "You f---ing moron," Kushner reportedly yelled at a health official. The scene was detailed in a forthcoming book by two Washington Post reporters. The book details many more chaotic moments of the Trump administration's coronavirus response, including another time when a Trump aide blew up at Kadlec. Trump reportedly asked officials assembled in the Situation Room, who were shocked at the idea and dismissed it.
Persons: Kushner, Jared Kushner, Robert Kadlec, Yasmeen Abutaleb, Damian Paletta, Donald Trump, Trump, Mark Meadows Organizations: Washington Post, The Washington Post, Health, Human Services Department, Trump Locations: Guantánamo
A "house from hell" in Colorado Springs is selling for more than its asking price, The Denver Post reported. The home was listed for $590,000 and got 72 offers in five days, the realtor told CNN. Foster told The Denver Post on Sunday that the seller had accepted an offer above asking price. Within three days of listing, the property got 22 actual offers in hand and 50 offers over text, Foster said. "There were many brisk offers, but [the buyers] are neighborhood locals and that's one of the reasons their offer was accepted," Foster told The Denver Post.
Persons: Mimi Foster, Foster, I've Organizations: Denver Post, CNN, Broadmoor Bluffs Estates, The Washington Post Locations: Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs , Colorado, Broadmoor Bluffs, The Washington, Denver
An Olympian tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving in Japan, The Washington Post reported. The member of Uganda's team had received AstraZeneca's vaccine and tested negative before traveling. A member of Uganda's Olympic team tested positive for COVID-19 in Japan after getting AstraZeneca's vaccine and testing negative at home, The Washington Post reported. The member who tested positive was denied entry into the country and was instead sent to a government-run facility while the rest of the team was able to head to Osaka. While vaccines are not 100% effective at stopping infection, the number of people who are fully vaccinated that have tested positive has raised some alarm especially as mutations like the Delta variant that originated in India spread.
Organizations: The Washington Post, Olympic, Washington Post, Kyodo, Bloomberg Locations: Japan, Osaka, India
At least five children of Biden senior staffers work in the White House, The Washington Post reported. Several children and relatives of President Joe Biden's top aides have secured jobs in the White House, according to The Washington Post. At least five children of Biden's senior staff are now working in the administration, the paper reported. Shannon Ricchetti, the eldest daughter, works as the deputy associate director of the office of the White House social secretary. The wife of Biden's longtime ally and White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain also works for the Biden administration, the paper reported.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Steve Ricchetti, Donald Trump's, Jared, Ivanka, Walter Shaub, Trump, Biden, J.J, Daniel Ricchetti, Shannon Ricchetti, Bruce Reed, Julia Reed, Cathy Russell, Sarah Donilon, Russell's, Mike Donilon, Jen Psaki, Biden's, Ron Klain, Andrew Bates, Shaub, Mark Hanis Organizations: Biden, Washington Post, The Washington Post, Trump, Legislative Affairs, White, White House National Security Council, Health, Human Services Department, Inclusive America
Experts told Insider Uber and Lyft's refusal to share pay data is largely to blame. News media initially took Uber's claims about driver pay at face value. Uber agreed to pay $20 million, and not make false or misleading claims about driver pay, in order to settle the charges, the FTC announced in 2017. But when Seattle asked the companies for that and other data, Lyft refused and Uber provided only limited summary data. "Regulators really need to know"Ultimately, regulators are the only ones with the ability to force Uber and Lyft to hand over driver pay data.
Persons: Uber, Uber's, John Zimmer, Kayla Whaling, haven't, James Parrott, Michael Reich, Reich, Lyft, there's, they're, Matt Wing, Dara Khosrowshahi, Harry Campbell, they've, Guy, Parrott, Louis Hyman, Lyft's, Hyman Organizations: San Francisco, The Washington Post, Federal Trade Commission, FTC, Austin, New School's Center, New York City Affairs, University of California, Berkeley's Institute for Research, Labor, Employment, Washington Post, Industry, Seattle, Reich, Cornell University, Cornell, Regulators Locations: New York City, unprofitability, New York, San Francisco, San Diego, Austin, Boston, Seattle
With third-party cookies going away, the digital ad industry is rallying around a replacement based on people's email. But some publishers worry the solution will cost them control over their reader data. Without cookies, it'll be harder for advertisers to target and measure their online ads and are likely to spend less money with publishers and adtech companies. But other publishers fear adtech companies and websites will use their hard-won logged-in audiences' identities without permission to sell advertising cheaply, costing the publishers revenue. The concern is that adtech middlemen could use the identifier to sell ads without the email owners' or publisher's permission.
Persons: they'll, nix, , UID2, Meredith, I've, Jonathan Gualotuña, UID, I'm, Alysia Borsa, Gualotuña, Scott Messer, Messer, that's, Borsa, it's, aren't Organizations: Google, Universal, Trade, Nielsen, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Leaf Group, Publishers, Facebook, Meredith Digital, IAB Tech
Companies including Amazon, Twitter, and Goldman Sachs have taken different stances on remote work. Individuals can save on time and live in their preferred location under different remote work models. "Remote work has been around for a long time and organizations such as the US Patent Office and Dell have successfully embraced remote work much before the pandemic," he said. He added: "One of the models I really like is the TCS 25-25 hybrid remote work model, which I have studied in detail." "The principal challenges associated with remote work are social isolation, poorer communication, and, paradoxically, reduced efficiency," he said.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Growmotely, Travis Robinson, Jack Dorsey, Dorsey, Jennifer Christie, David Solomon, it's, Solomon, J.P, Morgan Solomon, Jamie Dimon, Morgan, Dimon, Reed Hastings, Choudhury, John H, Krystal, M.D Organizations: Amazon, Twitter, Spotify, Employees, Twitter Twitter, Washington Post, The Washington Post, Credit Suisse Group AG, CNBC, Reuters, Netflix Netflix, Chesnot, Wall, Facebook, Workers, Harvard Business School, US Patent, Dell, TCS, Yale, New Haven Hospital Locations: England
With Jordan ErbDonald Trump during an event for NBC's "The Apprentice" at Trump Tower in New York City. The Trump Organization's CFO, Allen Weisselberg, took measures as far back as 2018 to keep documents out of the hands of prosecutors, Jennifer Weisselberg, his former daughter-in-law, told Insider. The deal allowed Allen Weisselberg to act as a guarantor on an Upper West Side apartment without showing any proof of income. McConnell pegs the chances of an infrastructure deal at "maybe 50-50": Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told the conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt that both sides still wanted a deal. McConnell told Hewitt that leaving the seat open was "the single most consequential thing I've done in my time as majority leader of the Senate."
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Jessica Bustle's Facebook posts about the riot were included in the criminal complaint. A Virginia woman who wrote at length about storming the Capitol in Facebook posts after the January 6 insurrection has taken a plea deal, along with her realtor husband. Jessica Bustle. One of Jessica Bustle's Facebook posts about the January 6 riot. Speaking in court on Monday, Jessica said the Facebook posts included in the criminal complaint only showed one side of her.
Persons: Joshua, Jessica, Jessica Bustle's, of Justice Joshua, Thomas Hogan, Hogan, I'm, Nabeel Kibria, Kibria Organizations: Capitol, of Justice, US, WUSA9 Prosecutors, Daily, Health, Department, Justice, The Washington Post, Post Locations: Virginia
"Doge," the image of an excited-looking Shiba Inu considered one of the internet's most iconic and renown memes, has sold as a nonfungible token, or NFT, for $4 million, making it the most expensive meme NFT of all time. If any meme deserved to be the new meme NFT record holder, it's Doge," said Don Caldwell, editor-in-chief of the internet meme database Know Your Meme, which certified Doge ahead of the auction to ensure that the meme was being sold by its rightful owner. Caldwell added that Doge, which he called "one of the most iconic memes in internet history," had previously won Know Your Meme's 'Meme of the Decade' award in December 2019. “When I first found out about the Kabosu memes, I was very surprised. An NFT of Doge would not act as a copyright, however, according to Decrypt, a website that covers cryptocurrency.
Persons: Shiba Inu, Zora, Don Caldwell, Caldwell, Atsuko Sato, Homestar, Sato, Kabosu, , ” Sato, Dogecoin, Elon Musk, Pepe Organizations: Red Cross Society, The Washington Post
"Doge," the image of an excited-looking Shiba Inu considered one of the internet's most iconic and renown memes, has sold as a nonfungible token, or NFT, for roughly $4 million, making it the most expensive meme NFT of all time. "When I first found out about the Kabosu memes, I was very surprised. The meme was certified by Know Your Meme, the internet meme database, to ensure that the meme was being sold by its rightful owner. An NFT of Doge would not act as a copyright, however, according to Decrypt, a website that covers cryptocurrency. An NFT of "Pepe the Frog" sold for roughly $1 million, according to The Washington Post.
Persons: Shiba Inu, Zora, Atsuko Sato, Homestar, Sato, Kabosu, Dogecoin, Elon Musk, Pepe Organizations: Red Cross Society, The Washington Post
Warner Bros."In the Heights" is a celebration of love, life and community, critics say. Directed by Jon M. Chu ("Crazy Rich Asians"), "In the Heights" explores the lives of the inhabitants of the Hispanic community of Manhattan's Washington Heights. Critics have praised Chu's direction and Quiara Alegria Hudes' screenplay adaptation of the story she helped Miranda present on stage. Loughrey said the film is very conscious of how tethered the musical is to tradition and to the New York community of Washington Heights. "'In the Heights' is a musical triumph, unafraid to lift its voice up to the sky," she wrote.
Persons: DISCA Anthony Ramos, Melissa Barrera, la Vega, Vanessa, Lin, Manuel Miranda's Tony, HBO Max, Jon M, Chu, Usnavi, Nina, Benny, Nina's, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Miranda, Anthony Ramos, Ann Hornaday, A.O, Scott, Ramos, Usnavi's, Sonny, John Laurens, Philip Hamilton, Hamilton, George Washington, Corey Hawkins, Ariana Greenblatt, Clarisse Loughrey, Manuel Miranda, Jon M Chu's, Loughrey, Esther Williams, Rafael Motamayor, that's, Motamayor, Christopher Nolan, Tenet, Russo, Monica Castillo Organizations: Warner Bros, Rotten, HBO, New York, Stanford University, realtors, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Independent Locations: Manhattan's Washington Heights, bodega, New, New York City, Dominican Republic, New York, Washington Heights, Brazil, Puerto Rico
Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) greets supporters after speaking during an election night event after winning the Democratic primary for governor on June 8, 2021 in McLean, Virginia. New York businessman and Democratic donor Dennis Mehiel will host McAuliffe at an event at his home, according to an invitation obtained by CNBC. He referred a request for further comment to the McAuliffe campaign, which did not respond to an email seeking comment. The New York fundraiser comes as the Virginia gubernatorial race kicks into an expensive phase. Medium Buying says the Youngkin campaign has spent just over $1 million on ads since he won the Republican nomination.
Persons: Terry McAuliffe, McAuliffe, Dennis Mehiel, Ralph Northam, Mike Kempner, Tonio Burgos, Jill Iscol, Hillary Clinton, Sam Nappi, Mehiel, Joe Biden, Clinton, Glenn Youngkin, Youngkin Organizations: Democratic, Big Apple, CNBC, Alliance Energy, The New, Virginia, Republican, Carlyle Group, The Washington Post Locations: Virginia, McLean , Virginia, New York, The New York
With third-party cookies going away, the digital ad industry is looking to a replacement based on people's email. The dominant solution has broad support from advertisers and adtech companies. Without cookies, it'll be harder for advertisers to target and measure their online ads and are likely to spend less money with publishers and adtech companies. But other publishers fear adtech companies and websites will use their hard-won logged-in audiences' identities without permission to sell advertising cheaply, costing the publishers revenue. The concern is that adtech middlemen could use the identifier to sell ads without the email owners' or publisher's permission.
Persons: it'll, nix, , UID2, Meredith, I've, Jonathan Gualotuña, UID, I'm, Alysia Borsa, Gualotuña, Scott Messer, Messer, that's, Borsa, it's, aren't Organizations: Google, Universal, Trade, Nielsen, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Leaf Group, Publishers, Facebook, Meredith Digital, IAB Tech
The Biden administration will purchase 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to ship globally. The Biden administration is lining up 500 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech's-two shot coronavirus vaccine to be shipped around the world, according to The Washington Post. This latest development comes on the heels of the Biden administration promising 80 million vaccine doses to be exported in conjunction with the World Health Organization's Covax division. Biden has also promised to send 25 million vaccine doses to countries in Central and South America, Asia and Africa. Right before boarding Air Force One on his way to the G-7, Biden said an announcement is on the way.
Persons: Biden, Johnson Organizations: Pfizer, Washington Post, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Post, Air Force Locations: United Kingdom, Central, South America, Asia, Africa, India, Israel
Live Live Updates: CNN Says Government Issued Gag Order in Fight Over Reporter’s Email Data The network ultimately turned over “a limited set of email logs,” it said. CNN reveals the government obtained a gag order on its lawyers in a fight over reporter email data. A judge granted an injunction of the Trump order, giving TikTok a lifeline until November. President Biden and the first lady, Jill Biden, on Wednesday shortly before the president’s first trip abroad. After Google resisted complying, the Justice Department under Mr. Biden kept the effort going until dropping it last Wednesday.
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Brammer, 30 and “very single — make sure you put that in,” he instructed, originally began his advice column on the gay dating app Grindr. Papi, which means father in Spanish, is also used casually as a term of endearment to refer to a guy. But it is harder on the gay or Latino internet, when the criticism is coming from there and it is personal, it hurts. Beginning in 1998, the late Dolores Prida wrote the “Dolores Dice” (Dolores Says) column in Latina Magazine for over a dozen years. “I’ve learned that there is no singular Mexican experience, no singular Latino or gay experience.
Persons: John Paul Brammer, Brammer’s, “ Hola, Brammer, , Hola Papi, Papi, John Paul Brammer’s, Hola, ” Simon, Schuster, , Papi ”, ” Brammer, Carrie Bradshaw ”, Sarah Jessica Parker’s, Dolores Prida, Dolores Dice ”, Dolores Says, Sandra Guzmán, Guzmán, Prida, Abby wasn’t, wasn’t, ” Guzmán, “ Dolores Prida, Dolores Dice, Dolores ’, Gustavo Arellano, Arellano, “ I’ve Organizations: NBC News, The Washington Post, Guardian, City, Latina Magazine, Latina, OC, Los Angeles Times, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: New York City, Oklahoma, Mexican, Orange County , California, Morocco, India, Brazil, Japan
Brammer, 30 and “very single — make sure you put that in,” he instructed, originally began his advice column on the gay dating app Grindr. In his book, Brammer, a self-described “ambiguously Latino potato” from “Satan’s Armpit, Oklahoma,” opens up about his own struggles with depression, anxiety and more. But it is harder on the gay or Latino internet, when the criticism is coming from there and it is personal, it hurts. Beginning in 1998, the late Dolores Prida wrote the “Dolores Dice” (Dolores Says) column in Latina Magazine for over a dozen years. “I’ve learned that there is no singular Mexican experience, no singular Latino or gay experience.
Persons: John Paul Brammer, Brammer’s, “ Hola, Brammer, , Hola Papi, Papi, John Paul Brammer’s, Hola, ” Simon, Schuster, , Papi ”, ” Brammer, Carrie Bradshaw ”, Sarah Jessica Parker’s, Dolores Prida, Dolores Dice ”, Dolores Says, Sandra Guzmán, Guzmán, Prida, Abby wasn’t, wasn’t, ” Guzmán, “ Dolores Prida, Dolores Dice, Dolores ’, Gustavo Arellano, Arellano, “ I’ve Organizations: NBC News, The Washington Post, Guardian, City, Latina Magazine, Latina, OC, Los Angeles Times, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: New York City, Oklahoma, Mexican, Orange County , California, Morocco, India, Brazil, Japan
The Washington Post's publisher accused the Biden DOJ of "unprecedented" assault on the media. Fred Ryan described an "escalation" in attacks on the First Amendment since Trump left office. The publisher of The Washington Post accused the US Department of Justice of an "unprecedented assault on American news organizations" under President Joe Biden. Ryan noted in an opinion article that Biden had criticized the Trump administration for using "extraordinary measures to obtain subpoenas to secretly seize records of reporters at three leading U.S. news organizations." "This escalation, on Biden's watch, represents an unprecedented assault on American news organizations and their efforts to inform the public about government wrongdoing," Ryan said.
Persons: Biden, Fred Ryan, Trump, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Ryan Organizations: Washington, Biden DOJ, The Washington Post, US Department of Justice, Biden, New York Times
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