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Outside of its Anniversary Sale, Black Friday is one of the best times to find deals at Nordstrom. Through the end of the day on November 26, you can save up to 50% on thousands of items from top brands like Nike, Spanx, Ugg, Kiehl's, and Mario Badescu. Below, we've outlined all the best deals to check out now. The Insider Reviews team tests hundreds of products, so you can trust we found the best Black Friday deals on the highest quality items. Shop all of the Black Friday deals at Nordstrom here.
Persons: Mario Badescu Organizations: Nordstrom, Nike Locations: Nordstrom
“Surprisingly, I felt really sad and angry and frustrated,” said Jehava Brown, 37, a mother of three boys living in Pennsylvania. In addition, studies have shown that Black children are more likely to be physically restrained during emergency room visits and more likely to die after surgery than white children. The Rittenhouse verdict "made me feel hurt, knowing the world hasn’t changed and will not change,” said Tammy, 26, who has a 2-year-old and an 8-year-old step-daughter. “When I started doing my work, it was to create the conditions that allow Black children to have the freedom to simply be,” he said. She said the Rittenhouse verdict made her feel sad for her children, who are a visible minority as Muslims living in Canada.
Persons: Kyle Rittenhouse, Rittenhouse, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, , , Jehava Brown, Rittenhouse’s, Fox News ’ Tucker Carlson, Steven Wright, T’Chani, ” Brown, ’ ” Brown, , don’t, ” Hill, they’re, , Christoper Emdin, ” Emdin, Emdin, ” Thomishia Booker, ” Booker, ” Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Martin, Zimmerman, Tammy, ” Tammy, Tammy’s, it’s, it’s ‘, Suka Nasrallah, I’ve, ” Nasrallah Organizations: , Fox News, University of Wisconsin, , Elsevier, American Academy of Child, Psychiatry, Yale University Child Study, Institute of Urban Minority Education, Columbia University, American Psychological Association, Cleveland, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Pennsylvania, California, Ferguson , Missouri, Canada
Holiday Bargains for Retail Stocks
  + stars: | 2021-11-26 | by ( Jinjoo Lee | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +4 min
Black Friday is here, and apparel sellers with anything less than a sparkly outlook for the holiday season have been trampled. Unlike retail giants Walmart and Target, apparel sellers are finding it harder to keep their shelves stocked. Urban Outfitters URBN -2.25% and Nordstrom Rack, Nordstrom’s discount arm, both also saw sales hampered last quarter by a lack of supply. Nordstrom Rack saw sales decline 8% last quarter compared with the 2019 quarter, a contrast to T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, which collectively saw sales jump 14% in the U.S. over the same period. But investors might find some among unloved retail stocks.
Persons: Nordstrom, Locker’s, , Paul Lejuez, Calvin Klein’s, Rob Pinney, highflying, Locker, Jinjoo Lee Organizations: Wall, Walmart, Target, Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom, Citigroup, Investors, PVH Corp, CRI, Marshalls, Dick’s Sporting Goods Locations: JWN, Vietnam, Maxx, U.S, Kohl’s, jinjoo.lee
For many, shopping in stores on Black Friday is a social ritual they are eager to resume. Sixty-one percent of shoppers surveyed by the NRF said they had started their holiday shopping before Thanksgiving, up from 51% a decade ago. Andrew Diaz said he completed more than half of his holiday shopping before Thanksgiving. This year, Ms. Hinds, who lives in Greenville, S.C., plans to do all her holiday shopping online. Are you changing your holiday shopping plans because of them?
Persons: , Greg Revelle, , Caleb Reed, Andrew Diaz, “ I’m, Brian Field, Singer, Malia, Emily Essner, ” Lana Hinds, Hinds, Dow Jones, Suzanne Kapner Organizations: Retailers, Kohl’s Corp, National Retail Federation, Adobe Inc, Walmart Inc, Target Corp, Gap Inc, Urban Outfitters Inc, Adobe, Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc, Solutions, Sensormatic Solutions, Walmart, Macy’s Inc, Saks, Street, Wall Street Locations: Boise , Idaho, Costa Mesa, Calif, Asia, Southern California, Greenville, S.C
Darin Mays makes wood tables and sells on Etsy. This holiday season, Darin Mays isn't staring down labor challenges or supply chain woes like some of his big-box competitors, and sales are strong. Most Etsy sellers are running their shops from home and are sourcing raw materials nearby. The website boasts more than 90 million items and 5 million sellers, up from 2 million pre-pandemic. Etsy CEO Josh Silverman said the company is optimistic it will have another big holiday season this year.
Persons: Darin Mays, Mays, he's, Etsy, Josh Silverman Organizations: Urban Locations: entrepreneur's Minneapolis
President Joe Biden on Wednesday nominated Shalanda Young to serve as director of the Office of Management and Budget, a position that has gone unfilled for months. Young has served as acting budget director since March, but she would now officially step into the role as the Biden administration works to implement its economic agenda. Young, a longtime veteran of the House Appropriations Committee, was confirmed as deputy director of the OMB earlier this year in a bipartisan 63-37 vote. If she is confirmed again by the Senate, Young will become the first Black woman to lead the office. Biden said Young "has continued to impress me and congressional leaders as well" in her eight months as acting director.
Persons: Joe Biden, Shalanda Young, Young, Biden, Neera Tanden, Tanden, Nani Coloretti, Coloretti, Obama Organizations: Management, Congress, OMB, Senate, Twitter, Democrats, White House, Urban Institute
Inflation in October rose at its fastest annual pace in 31 years, testing the Fed's working assumption that the COVID-19 pandemic-induced burst would be temporary. The Labor Department's benchmark for consumer price inflation shot up to a 6.2% annual pace last month. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard and Fed Governor Christopher Waller called on the Fed last week to withdraw its bond-buying support more quickly, by March and April, respectively. "In the meantime, what the Fed has to worry about is: Does this feed into wage and inflation expectations? If that is the case, then they do need to move more quickly," said Kathy Bostjancic, chief U.S. financial economist at Oxford Economics.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Kevin Lamarque, renominating Powell, Joe Biden, Sam Bullard, Powell, Michael Feroli, Richard Clarida, Lael Brainard, Biden, Louis, James Bullard, Christopher Waller, Mary Daly, Daly, Kathy Bostjancic, Lindsay Dunsmuir, Dan Burns, Paul Simao Organizations: Banking, Housing, Urban Affairs, REUTERS, Fed, Reuters, Labor, Commerce, JPMorgan, Fed's, of Governors, U.S . Senate, White, Louis Fed, San Francisco Fed, Yahoo Finance, Oxford Economics, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S, Wells Fargo
Democrats' $1.75 trillion Build Back Better (BBB) Act could soon become law — bringing a host of tax reforms with it. From extra taxes on adjusted gross income to higher limits on SALT deductions, here's who would be affected by the proposed tax changes in the BBB plan. Including state and local taxes, the BBB could give some of the country's highest earners a sizable tax bill. Under the BBB, the country's popular enhanced child tax credit (CTC) would be extended for an additional year, through 2022. The country's earned income tax credit would also be extended through 2022, a priority for House Democrats.
Persons: Biden's, here's, Bill Kambas, Withers, , Ron Wyden, Sen, Joe Manchin, Biden Organizations: Senate, Affordable, BBB, CNBC, Companies, CTC, Urban Institute, Washington D.C, House Democrats Locations: New York, New Jersey, Washington
President Joe Biden spent much of the fall fighting with his party’s left wing in Congress. Now Biden is in another fight with some progressives, this time over his decision Monday to reappoint Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome Powell. Most vocally and consistently, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has argued for months that the Fed under Powell took action to weaken oversight of banks. In his nearly four years helming the Fed, Powell has, in his own estimation, kept the nation’s central bank focused on its traditional mandates of keeping prices stable while pursuing maximum employment. In that race, Republican Glenn Youngkin convinced voters that Democrats were pushing a dangerously “woke” education agenda and other left-wing priorities.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Jerome Powell, Donald Trump, reappoint Powell, Sen, Elizabeth Warren of, Powell, Sherrod Brown, Nancy Pelosi, Trump, Warren, Democratic Sens, Jeff Merkley, Sheldon Whitehouse, hasn’t, Phil Murphy, Republican Glenn Youngkin, reasserting, renominating Powell, Lael Brainard, Brainard, repositions, “ Nobody, Abigail Spanberger Organizations: Federal, Senate Banking, Housing, Urban, Trump, Federal Reserve, Democratic, . New Jersey Democratic Gov, Republican, Democratic Party, Republican Party, Washington Post, Democrats, Fed, White, FDR, , Virginia Democrat Locations: Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode, U.S, Afghanistan, ., Virginia, pollin
Target, however, took it a step further: On Monday, the company announced that it will make shuttering its stores on Thanksgiving Day permanent. Target CEO Brian Cornell explained the rationale behind the decision in a note written to employees, the Associated Press said. The retailer said that, while stores would be closed, some distribution and call center workers would remain on the job on Thanksgiving. Labor advocates expressed relief, along with some skepticism about companies’ long-term commitment to staying shut on Thanksgiving Day. “This is something workers have been asking for for a while now,” Sundaram said of the Thanksgiving closure announcement.
Persons: Brian Cornell, , ” —, Arun Sundaram, Sundaram, ” Sundaram, , Ruth, Matthew Shay, ” Scott Blumsack, ” Blumsack, Organizations: Associated Press, CFRA Research, Target, Covid, Black, Labor, City University of New, CUNY School of Labor, Urban Studies, National Retail Federation, Department of Labor, , Monster Locations: lockdowns, City University of New York, American
AS MOUNT EVEREST climbers near the summit, the air thins and the lack of oxygen can cause even the most hale explorers to pass out. You may feel a similar sensation when you clock the prices of this winter’s designer down coats. At Bloomingdale’s, pricey puffers such as Stone Island’s $1,073 crinkly electric-blue nylon jacket have been “performing really well,” according to Justin Berkowitz, the store’s men’s fashion director. Uniqlo’s $80 puffers remain a perennial winter favorite, and many brands from Gap to Muji to Urban Outfitters offer a serviceable sub-$125 down coat. So why would anyone shell out $2,550 for a Fendi puffer?
Persons: hale, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Loewe, Celine, Brunello Cucinelli, pricey, Justin Berkowitz Organizations: MOUNT EVEREST, Balmain, Urban Outfitters Locations: Galeries Lafayette, Paris, Bloomingdale’s, Aspen, Muji
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Powell is widely seen as more hawkish than Fed Governor Lael Brainard, who was also vying for the top job. Sewell is buying shorter-dated Treasuries and the U.S. dollar, betting that the Fed will need to raise rates three times next year to tame inflation. Inflation expectations edged lower on Monday, with 5- and 10-year breakeven inflation rates dipping to their lowest in about two weeks. Meanwhile, calls for the Fed to normalize monetary policy more aggressively are now coming from some of the central bank’s own policymakers, reinforcing many investors’ views. Donald Ellenberger, a senior portfolio manager at Federated Hermes, expects bond market volatility to persist as inflation proves "stickier" than the Fed expected.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Joshua Roberts, Powell, Governor Lael Brainard, Mike Sewell, Rowe Price, Sewell, penciling, Jefferies, Gary Cloud, Hennessy, haven't, Richard Clarida, Christopher Waller, Adam Abbas, Donald Ellenberger, , , David Randall, Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Saqib Iqbal Ahmed, Ira Iosebashvili, Edward Tobin Organizations: Banking, Housing, Urban Affairs Committee, U.S . Federal Reserve, REUTERS, Federal, Fed, Reuters Graphics, Governor, U.S ., Hennessy Equity, Income, ICE Bank of America, Harris Associates, Federated Hermes, Treasury, , Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S
Zoom Video (ZM) – Zoom beat estimates by 2 cents a share, with quarterly profit of $1.11 per share. Urban Outfitters (URBN) – Urban Outfitters earned 89 cents per share for its latest quarter, 5 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts, and a comparable-store sales increase of 12.2% was substantially better than the 1.9% consensus estimate from StreetAccount. Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) – The apparel retailer beat estimates by 20 cents a share, with adjusted earnings of 86 cents per share. The medical device maker's profit beat forecasts by 3 cents a share, with earnings of $1.32 per share.
Persons: Abercrombie &, – Medtronic, Medtronic, Smucker, – Xpeng, – Agilent, Agilent Organizations: Revenue, Urban Outfitters, Dick's Sporting, Abercrombie, Abercrombie & Fitch, Agilent Technologies Locations: China
The coordinated release by the U.S., India, China, Japan, South Korea and the U.K. is a first of its kind move. It's came after OPEC and its allies rebuffed repeated requests from the U.S. and other nations to pump more to match demand. For the October quarter, Zoom beat estimates on earnings and guided higher for next quarter. Before the bell, the company reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat estimates. Still, Urban Outfitters on Monday reported per-share earnings and revenue that exceeded expectations.
Persons: It's, Biden, Jeff Zients, Tesla, David Misler, Elon Musk's, Oscar, Kevin Spacey, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes Organizations: U.S, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, OPEC, CNBC, Video Communications, Urban, Urban Outfitters, SEC, Justice Department, SpaceX, MRC, Apple Locations: U.S, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Tuesday's premarket
Dollar Tree — Shares of the discount retailer added 5.5% after the company reported its latest quarterly results. Best Buy — Shares of Best Buy tumbled more than 14% amid worries over how rising shipping costs could impact the company's holiday season sales. Those concerns overshadowed better-than-expected quarterly earnings. Zoom Video — Shares of Zoom Video tanked more than 21% in midday trading after the video-chat company warned investors of a revenue growth slowdown. Burlington Stores — Shares of Burlington gained nearly 9% after the off-price retailer reported better-than-expected earnings.
Persons: Fitch, Medtronic, Smucker, Yun Li, Tanaya Macheel, Maggie Fitzgerald Organizations: Occidental Petroleum, APA Corp — Energy, White House, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, APA Corp, Wall, Digital, Micron, Western Digital, Deutsche Bank Research, Urban Outfitters, Dick's, Abercrombie, Revenue, Eagle Outfitters, Eagle, Burlington Locations: Occidental, U.S, China, Japan, Mizuho
NELLIE LIANG, TREASURY UNDER-SECRETARYCurrently Treasury under secretary for domestic finance and a former Fed official, Liang was instrumental in building the post-crisis regulatory framework. Raskin declined to comment. RAPHAEL BOSTIC, ATLANTA FED PRESIDENTWith his appointment as President of the Atlanta Fed in 2017, Bostic became the first Black person to hold a regional Fed president role. A spokesperson for Bostic declined to comment. A spokeswoman for Hsu declined to comment, and Baradaran did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jerome Powell, Randal Quarles, Biden, Lael Brainard, Quarles, NELLIE LIANG, Liang, Donald Trump, ", Seiberg, SARAH BLOOM RASKIN, Raskin, Volcker, Barack Obama, RAPHAEL BOSTIC, Bostic, Brian Gardner, MICHAEL HSU, MEHRSA BARADARAN, Hsu, Saule Omarova, Baradaran, Michelle Price, Alison Williams Organizations: Federal, Fed, Washington, reuters.com, Progressives, TREASURY UNDER, Brookings Institution, Cowen Washington Research Group, Treasury, Duke Law, Global Financial Markets Center, Atlanta Fed, Department of Housing, Urban, Stifel Financial Corp, Bloomberg Television, Democratic, Thomson Locations: Washington, Maryland, ATLANTA
On average, it takes 20 months after a disaster before HUD’s housing assistance programs begin distributing money, according to research by the Urban Institute. And those programs were often still distributing money two years after that. The delay in distributing the money reflects the ad hoc nature of HUD’s disaster recovery spending. Instead, lawmakers must decide after every disaster whether to give HUD money to help victims. The latest round of disaster money approved by Congress demonstrates that delay.
Persons: Biden, Almodovar, Ms Organizations: Urban Institute, Congress, Lawmakers, Enterprise
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on the CARES Act, at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, DC, U.S., September 28, 2021. Kevin Dietsch/Pool via REUTERsWASHINGTON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - The White House on Monday will announce its decision on whether Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will be nominated to a second term leading the U.S. central bank, Punchbowl News reported. Representatives for the White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report. U.S. President Joe Biden has been weighing whether to keep Powell for a second term or promote Fed Governor Lael Brainard to the post. Last week Biden said he would make his decision in coming days, with the White House adding it would likely come before Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Kevin Dietsch, Joe Biden, Powell, Lael Brainard, Biden, Susan Heavey, Mohammad Zargham Organizations: Banking, Housing, Urban Affairs, REUTERs, Federal, U.S, Punchbowl News, White, Thomson Locations: Hart, Washington , DC, REUTERs WASHINGTON
Could Fed Chair Jerome Powell be replaced?
  + stars: | 2021-11-22 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +7 min
London (CNN Business) When it comes to influence over the global economy, few people in the world are more powerful than Jerome Powell, chair of the US Federal Reserve. Senator Elizabeth Warren has called Powell a "dangerous man" to lead the Fed because of his track record on Wall Street regulation. A recent ethics scandal which caused the Fed to change its rules on investing by senior officials has also eroded support for Powell. "I think Jerome Powell has a proven track record and Chairman Powell should get reappointed," Democratic Senator Jon Tester said on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday. But they note that markets still think Powell "is the path of least resistance" and has the edge.
Persons: Jerome Powell, he's, Joe Biden, Brian Deese, Deese, " Powell, Donald Trump, it's, Powell, Sheldon Whitehouse, Jeff Merkley, Elizabeth Warren, Lael Brainard, Biden, Brainard, Sheila Bair, Jon Tester, Robert Carnell, Powell Brainard, Lisa Farbstein, Farbstein, they've, Bob Jordan, Peter Boockvar, Nathaniel Meyersohn, andhave, George Hill Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, CNN, US Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve, National Economic Council, Fox, Republican, Democratic, Wall, Fed, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Press, Citi, Transportation Security Administration, Bleakley Advisory, . Delta Air Lines DAL American Airlines AAL United Airlines UAL, CVS, CVS CVS, Walgreens WBA Rite, Walmart, Target, Kroger, Costco, Deutsche Bank, Urban Outfitters Locations: London, United States, Europe
In her role as one of seven Federal Reserve governors, she's made a habit of objecting to otherwise-unanimous motions to roll back financial regulations. The president has picked Brainard to be vice chair of the Fed, one of the most powerful economic positions in the world and perhaps the heir apparent to the Federal Reserve chair role itself. The administration's decision to promote Brainard to vice chair is thanks in part to progressive lobbying and Democrats like Sens. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell poses for photos with Fed Governor Lael Brainard (L) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., June 4, 2019. If confirmed by the majority of the Senate, Brainard would serve as vice chair for four years after current Vice Chair Richard Clarida's term expires next year.
Persons: Lael Brainard, Mark Kauzlarich, she's, Volcker, Dodd, Frank, Brainard, , Joe Biden, Biden, Jerome Powell, we've, I've, Powell, Dr . Brainard, Sens, Elizabeth Warren of, Sheldon Whitehouse, Jeff Merkley, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Janet Yellen, Kevin Dietsch, Warren, Whitehouse, Jeff Hauser, Bill Clinton, Robert Rubin, Tim Geithner, Ann Saphir, Reuters Brainard, Richard Clarida's Organizations: U.S . Federal, Economic, of New, Bloomberg, Getty, Federal Reserve, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Progressive, Monday, Republican, Treasury, Federal, Banking, Housing, Urban Affairs, Reuters, Harvard, Labor, Congress, Senate, Fed, Democratic Party, Obama, Center for Economic, Policy Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Coindesk, of Governors, Foreign Services, Clinton, Economic Council Locations: of New York, New York, U.S, Wells Fargo, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Rhode, Hart, Washington , DC, Merkley, Chicago , Illinois, Hamburg, Germany, East Germany, Poland
In early November, Los Angeles City Council members voted unanimously to create the city’s first chief heat officer position. Cities can be at particular risk of heat waves as their infrastructure absorbs more heat, and it is a particular concern in rapidly urbanizing areas. The heat officer will work with city departments and community organizations to increase public awareness of heat danger and set goals toward tackling those threats. Climate change, spurred by fossil fuel use and other polluting human activities, intensifies heat waves and makes them more frequent, according to a recent U.N. report on climate change. As heat officer, Gilbert said part of her job is to ensure that emergency management and parks and health departments, among others, work together to prepare and address heat risk holistically.
Persons: , Councilmember Paul Koretz, Koretz, Sara Meerow, ” Friederike Otto, Meerow, That’s, Jane Gilbert, ” Gilbert, Gilbert, ” Meerow, Irma Organizations: Los Angeles City, Office, Geographical Sciences, Urban Planning, Arizona State University, Environmental, Oxford University, Centers for Disease Control, Miami, Dade, , Los Angeles Times, University of California, Inland Locations: Los Angeles, Miami, Dade County, Florida, Phoenix, California, Scotland, Pacific, Portland , Oregon, U.S, Davis, Southern California, Palm, 2017,12
The housing affordability problem is pervasive in the US, and COVID-19 made it much worse. The problem isn't a lack of housing; even basic housing units are often unaffordable for those with low incomes. See all newslettersEven before 2020, the US faced an acute housing affordability crisis. Renters with somewhat higher incomes also struggle with housing affordability, but the problem is most pervasive and most severe among very-low income households. A pervasive problemThe problem of housing affordability doesn't affect only a few high-cost cities.
Persons: Alex Schwartz, Kirk McClure Organizations: US, White, US Department of Housing, Urban, New, University of Kansas Locations: New York, San Francisco, Cleveland, Memphis, New York City
How hoarding saved Black Friday
  + stars: | 2021-11-21 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +5 min
London (CNN Business) For months, there have been warnings to shoppers : Get through your holiday to-do list early. Wait until Black Friday or later, and you may not be able to find what you want. Victoria's Secret also said that nearly 50% of its holiday merchandise is stuck in transit as Black Friday approaches. Lasser said the US companies struggling the most are those that import a larger share of their products from overseas. At the same time, people started returning to large cities — though not enough to replace those who had left.
Persons: Michael Lasser, Ernie Herrman, Lasser, Covid's, Alicia Wallace, Stephan D, Whitaker, Fitch, Smucker Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, CNN, UBS, Ross, Walmart, US Census Bureau, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Urban Outfitters, IHS, PMI, Abercrombie, Deere Locations: London, Asia, Las Vegas, Nashville
Then you’re going to have to articulate what you did afterwards.” After the Rittenhouse verdict on Friday, Mr. Clarke told Newsmax that he had to “hold back tears” after the verdict was read. Mr. Rittenhouse’s detractors rushed to cast his acquittal as part of this pattern. But the Rittenhouse shootings, though they happened after he brought an assault-style rifle to the aftermath of a racial justice protest, diverged in significant ways from that template. The three men Mr. Rittenhouse shot, two of them fatally, were all white, and the shootings occurred in a genuinely chaotic and violent situation, with deadly weapons present on all sides. “I think this is not a terribly surprising verdict,” Michael M. O’Hear, a professor at Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, said.
Persons: Rittenhouse, David Clarke, , , Clarke, Newsmax, “ I’ve, “ He’s, Black, George Zimmerman’s, Trayvon Martin, Ahmaud, Rittenhouse’s, Cori Bush of, ” Michael M Organizations: Urban, Twitter, Marquette University Law School Locations: Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, Georgia, Cori Bush of Missouri, Rittenhouse, Milwaukee
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