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Federal investigators are looking into a potential “bribery-for-pardon” scheme involving presidential pardons, according to federal court documents unsealed by the chief judge for the federal court in Washington D.C.. The heavily redacted documents do not name the individuals involved or President Donald Trump. They also do not indicate if any White House officials had knowledge of the scheme. "This political strategy to obtain a presidential pardon was 'parallel' to and distinct from" one individual's role as an attorney advocate for" another individual, the ruling said, redacting both names. The White House declined to comment.
Persons: Donald Trump, Beryl A, Howell, redacting Organizations: Washington D.C, White, White House Locations: Washington
ET Covid-19 Live Updates: School Policies Shift to Bring Back Younger Children In the U.S., more districts have begun to prioritize elementary students for in-person learning, a policy already in place in much of Europe. There is no plan yet to bring middle and high school students back into city school buildings. Italy has kept its primary schools open but kept teaching remote for middle and high schools. All schools in Germany are open, and discussions about possible closures have focused mainly on high schools. There is wide agreement that frontline health care workers should be prioritized, and the C.D.C.
Persons: Mayor de, Juan Arredondo, Bill de Blasio, , , Elliot Haspel, Gina Raimondo, Michael Osterholm, Joseph R, Biden, , ” — Eliza Shapiro, Atlas, Trump’s, Dr, Scott Atlas, Anna Moneymaker, Scott W, Trump, Atlas’s, Anthony S, Deborah L, Fauci, Stephen Speranza, Alex M, Azar II, Marcus Plescia, Moncef Slaoui, Andy Beshearsaid, Beshear, — Bryan Pietsch, Will Wright, Salgu Organizations: Mayor, The New York Times, Washington D.C, Infectious Disease, University of Minnesota, White, ., The New York, Stanford University, Fox News Channel, White House, Fox News, Twitter, Fox, Centers for Disease Control, NBC, Association of State, Territorial Health Officials, Trump, Politico, Moderna, Pfizer, Food and Drug Administration, Gov, Credit, Alameda County Superior Court, Locations: U.S, Europe, P.S, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, America, Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Rhode Island, Italy, Germany, Covid, Cheyenne , Wyoming, States, Kentucky, California, Alameda County, Oakland, Los Angeles
Pope's new cardinal in Mexico known for indigenous outreach
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( David Alire Garcia | ) www.reuters.com + 0.97   time to read: +2 min
Slideshow ( 3 images )MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Among the new cardinals formally installed by Pope Francis on Saturday is an outspoken Mexican cleric who has spent decades ministering to the mostly poor, indigenous communities near the country’s southern border with Guatemala. The 80-year-old Arizmendi, author of more than 30 books and a regular newspaper columnist, is just past the cut-off age to be able to vote in future papal conclaves, where new popes are elected. Over the past decade, he has also railed against what he described as the spread of “homosexualism” from cities to rural areas. The most high-profile new cardinal is Wilton Gregory, the 72-year-old archbishop of Washington D.C. and first-ever African American selected. While Europe still has the largest share of cardinals under the age of 80 with 41%, that is down from 52% in 2013 when Francis became the first Latin American pope.
Persons: Pope Francis, Felipe Arizmendi, Arizmendi, bemoaned, Wilton Gregory, Francis Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Catholic, Zapatista National Liberation Army, Central, Washington D.C Locations: MEXICO, Guatemala, Chiapas, Mexico, United States, Rwanda, Asia’s Brunei, Europe, Washington
Names of new cardinals installed by Pope Francis
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.92   time to read: +1 min
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Saturday elevated 13 Roman Catholic Churchmen to the high rank of cardinal.. FILE PHOTO: Roman Catholic Archbishop of Atlanta Wilton Gregory speaks to parishioners in Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 2013. - Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, American, 72, Archbishop of Washington D.C.- Archbishop Jose F. Advincula, 68, Filipino, Archbishop of Capiz. - Archbishop Cornelius Sim, 69, Brunei, apostolic vicar of Brunei- Archbishop Augusto Paolo Lojudice, 56, Italian, archbishop of Siena, Italy. - Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, 80, Italian, archbishop, former ambassador, expert on immigration.
Persons: Pope Francis, Atlanta Wilton Gregory, Tami Chappell, Francis, Mario Grech, Marcello Semeraro, Antoine Kambanda, Wilton D, Gregory, Jose F, Celestino Aos Braco, Cornelius Sim, Augusto Paolo Lojudice, Mauro Gambetti, Francis in, Bishop Felipe Arizmendi Esquivel, Silvano Tomasi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Enrico Feroci Organizations: VATICAN CITY, Catholic, Atlanta, REUTERS, Washington D.C, San, San Cristobal de las Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, Vatican, Kigali, Capiz, Spanish, Santiago , Chile, Brunei, Siena, Italy, St, Francis in Assisi ., San Cristobal de, San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico, Rome
A green light for any vaccine would come as welcome news to Americans, who political leaders have clamped under increasingly aggressive measures to curtail the spread of the virus. But the ruling could drive legal challenges against similar limits placed on houses of worship in other states, including California. “Remember, skip the crowds and shop from home this Black Friday,” Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, a first-term Democrat, wrote on Twitter. Some politicians and health experts feared Americans traveling for Thanksgiving could spread the contagion. Many heeded advice to stay home on Thursday but others chose to travel, saying they were willing to risk illness to see family.
Persons: Lucy Nicholson, Andrew Cuomo, ” Randy Mastro, Muriel Bowser, lockdowns, Andy Beshear, Michelle Lujan Grisham, Grisham Organizations: D.C, Los, Los Angeles Mission, REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, and Drug Administration, United Airlines, Pfizer Inc, CDC, Supreme, Catholic Archdiocese of, Reuters, Washington D.C, , Twitter, New, Democrat, Transportation Security Administration Locations: Los Angeles, Los Angeles , California, U.S, Angeles County, New York, California, Catholic Archdiocese of Brooklyn, ” Kentucky, New Mexico, Curry County, United States
Demonstrators display signs calling for an end to evictions and foreclosures during a rally at Boston Housing Court outside the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse on Oct. 29, 2020. Expiring state eviction bans have led to hundreds of thousands of additional coronavirus cases, new research finds, raising alarm about what will happen when the national eviction moratorium lapses next month. During the pandemic, 43 states, plus Washington D.C., temporarily barred evictions, which at one point estimated the move would displace as many as 40 million people. Many of the moratoriums lasted just 10 weeks, while some states continue to ban the proceedings. The study period was from March to early September, before the most recent spike in cases.
Persons: Edward W, Brooke, Kathryn Leifheit Organizations: Boston Housing Court, Washington D.C, University of California, University of California Los Angeles , University of California San, Johns Hopkins University, Boston University, Wake Forest University School of Law, Finance, University of California Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health Locations: University of California Los Angeles, University of California Los Angeles , University of California San Francisco, U.S
Trump is reportedly expected to join Rudy Giuliani at a hotel in Gettysburg on Wednesday for a Republican organised hearing into baseless voter fraud allegations in the state. Pennsylvania officially certified Biden's victory on Tuesday. Donald Trump is reportedly set to travel to Pennsylvania on Wednesday to address a Republican-organized event promoting baseless allegations of voter fraud in the state. "It's in everyone's interest to have a full vetting of election irregularities and fraud," Giuliani said, in a statement reported by Bloomberg. Trump and his campaign continue to insist, without evidence, that widespread voter fraud led to his defeat earlier this month, and has put Pennsylvania at the centre of their baseless claims.
Persons: Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, Je Biden, Axios, Doug Mastriano, Jenna Ellis, Giuliani, Biden, Bob Bauer, Joe Biden, resoundingly Organizations: Republican, Washington D.C, CNN, Biden, Trump, Electoral, Bloomberg, Pennsylvania Locations: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Washington
Kent Insley is the chief investment officer of Tiedemann Advisors, a $20 billion family office for high-net-worth individuals, families, trusts, foundations, and endowments. In an interview with Business Insider, he explains the team's investment philosophy and shares three outperforming managers — including a hidden gem manager —on his buy list. As the head of a 17-person investment team, Insley is tasked with overseeing the firm's investment process related to asset allocation and implementation, which he anchors around three pillars. "Our clients all have a very long time horizon, so our investment philosophy is to use a long-term investment orientation that emphasizes risk management, valuation, and sustainability to achieve the clients' goals," he said. These are all areas of focus for us and then we do focus on the hedge fund industry as well."
Persons: Kent Insley, Insley, , Chuck Akre, Terry Smith, Rajiv Jain, that's, Jeff Gundlach's, you've Organizations: Tiedemann Advisors, Business, Washington D.C, Boston, MFS Investment Management, Partners, Akre Capital Management, London, Equity, Vontobel, Management, GQG Partners, Trust Locations: Washington, New York, Middleburg , Virginia, millennials
That has given current homeowners unprecedented potential to save on their monthly payments through a refinance. With the latest record low of 2.72% on Freddie Mac's weekly 30-year fixed average, the number of 'high-quality' mortgage refinance candidates jumped to 19.4 million, according to Black Knight, a mortgage technology and data provider. More than 4.5 million borrowers can save at least $400 a month, and 2.7 million could save more than $500 per month, by refinancing at today's rates. The numbers of potential refinance candidates do vary by state, given populations and home values. Nearly 1.4 million high quality refinance candidates could potentially save a collective $606 million per month by refinancing for an average monthly savings of $437 per homeowner.
Persons: Freddie Mac's, Black Knight, Knight, Andy Walden, Black, originations Organizations: Mortgage, Association, Washington D.C Locations: . California, Florida, Texas, New York, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington
From Friendly's to J. Crew, Main Street bankruptcies continue
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Emily Pandise | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
True Religion ApparelTrue Religion, a clothing brand known for its jeans, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 13. CMX CinemasCMX Cinemas, a chain of movie theaters with dine-in options, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 25. Rubie’s Costume CompanyRubie’s, which manufactures costumes, wigs, and other festive gear, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 30. AscenaAscena Retail Group, which owns several women's and girls' clothing brands, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on July 23. Friendly’s RestaurantsFriendly’s parent company, FIC Restaurants, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Nov. 1.
Persons: Deluca, FoodFirst, Rubie’s, ” Neiman Marcus, Neiman Marcus, Le Pain, Pain Quotidien, GNC, Chuck E, Peter Piper’s, Lucky Brand, Matthew A, Brooks, Brooks Brothers, Muji, Ann Taylor, Lane Bryant, Lou, Grey, Jim Hyatt, Taylor Lord, Taylor, Men’s Wearhouse, Dinesh Lathi, Stein, Stein Mart, Hunt Hawkins, Raymond Gindi, Sizzler, Ruby Tuesday, , Shawn Lederman, George Michel said, Ron Japinga Organizations: Dean, New, Pace Food Retail, Apex Parks Apex Parks, Bravo, Global Holdings, Cinemex Holdings, Star, Palais Royal, JCPenney, Home, Hertz, Hertz Corporation, PQ, Aurify Brands, CEC, CEC Entertainment, SPARC Group, Retail, Le Tote, . Bank, Stein, Town Sports International, Sports International, York Sports Club, Boston , Washington D.C, Guitar Locations: U.S, New York City, New Jersey , California, Florida, Goody's, Peebles, Gordman’s, Plano , Texas, Texas, York, French, Seattle, United States, California, York City, Jos, Boston , Washington, Philadelphia, USA, East Coast
While the industry is not yet fully legal, entrepreneurs interested in getting into psychedelics already have a number of opportunities to do so. Aspiring business owners can find opportunities in cultivation and the gray market; clinics and retreats; educational materials and media; and support industries. Clinics and retreatsOregon's decrimminalization paves the way for psilocybin clinics to open. Hartman, left, and Madison Margolin, the cofounders of Double Blind, say there are opportunities for educational resources for the psychedelics industry. However, just as with cannabis, entrepreneurs in the psychedelics industry have begun the work of buttoning-up the industry's reputation.
Persons: Shelby Hartman, Paul Austin, Peter Thiel, Kevin O'Leary, Tim Ferriss, Hartman, who's, Ann Arbor, Oregon's decrimminalization, Austin, Madison Margolin, Harmon Organizations: Denver, Washington D.C, Business, Double, Third, FDA, Family Foundation, Compass Pathways Plc, Mind Medicine Inc, Sciences, Marijuana, Santa Cruz , Washington D.C, Clinics, Oregon Health Association, Magic Locations: Oregon, Santa Cruz, Ann Arbor , Oakland, Washington, decriminalizing psychedelics, Denver, psychedelics, London, Canada, Valley, Netherlands, Ann, Santa Cruz , Washington, Oakland, Austin, Georgia, Boulder , Colorado
Craigslist might have brought classified ads to the internet, but Facebook Marketplace has perfected the art of peer-to-peer selling. For these reasons, a crop of professional sellers has arisen on Facebook Marketplace in recent years. Brittany and Heather Dyer, the couple behind the farmhouse furniture business Beautiful Fight Woodworking, have been selling furniture full-time since 2017. Combined with the transactions processed through their personal website, Beautiful Fight Woodworking has netted $265,900 in revenue in 2020 and surpassed 1,400 sales. Beautiful Fight Woodworking, with its narrative of overcoming cancer, working with your partner, and making furniture from scratch, all draw in a supportive community.
Persons: Heather Dyer, Clara Leung, Clara's, Leung, they've, feng, Department of Justice —, Brittany Dyer's, Brittany Dyer, Covid, Organizations: Facebook, Craigslist, Business, Washington D.C, Department of Justice, East Locations: Brittany, Missouri, Washington, D.C, Hong Kong, United States
The United States topped 12 million cases of Covid-19 on Saturday, as the third wave's uncontrolled spread prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to urge Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving. The country recorded more than 200,000 coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 12,002,863, according to NBC News' tally. During a call on Thursday with reporters, Erin Sauber-Schatz with the CDC said that in the last week the United States had over a million new cases of Covid-19. Less than a week ago, the country had recorded 11 million total cases. In the last week we've seen over a million new cases Thanksgiving is a week away," said Sauber-Schatz, head of the CDC's Community Interventions and Critical Populations Task Force.
Persons: Tony Evers, Evers, Kim Reynolds, Erin Sauber, Schatz, Sauber, Henry Walke, Alex Azar, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, NBC News, Washington D.C, U.S ., Gov, Republican, Washington Post, Governors, CDC, Force, Pfizer, Moderna, Human Services Locations: States, Washington, Puerto Rico, U.S, U.S . Virgin Islands, Guam, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, Montana, United States
U.S. surpasses more than 12 million Covid cases
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
SEE NEW POSTSU.S. surpasses more than 12 million Covid cases The United States topped 12 million cases of Covid-19 on Saturday, as the third wave's uncontrolled spread prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to urge Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving. The country recorded more than 200,000 coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 12,002,863, according to NBC News' tally. Of those, a dozen states are seeing a spike in new cases. Share this -Donald Trump Jr.: 'Apparently I got the ‘Rona' Donald Trump Jr, gave a casual assessment of his situation on social media Friday night in first comments since his Covid-19 diagnosis was reported. President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday morning, "My son Donald is doing very well.
Persons: Xi, Xi Jinping, Donald Trump, Trump, confectioner Laszlo Rimoczi's, BERNADETT SZABO, confectioner Laszlo, Rimoczi, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump Jr, Rona, Donald Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, NBC News, Washington D.C, U.S ., BEIJING —, Pharmaceutical, Trump, Trump National Golf Club, White, Reuters, Sputnik, Trump Jr Locations: States, Washington, Puerto Rico, U.S, U.S . Virgin Islands, Guam, China, BEIJING, Sterling , Virginia, Hungary, Russia
SEE NEW POSTSG20 leaders meet to discuss help for poorest nations in post-Covid world BEIJING/DUBAI, Nov 21 — Leaders of the 20 biggest economies are debating this weekend how to distribute Covid-19 vaccines, drugs and tests around the world so that poorer countries are not left out as nations look for ways to manage a post-coronavirus recovery. G20 leaders are concerned that the pandemic might further deepen global divisions between the rich and the poor. The country recorded more than 200,000 coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 12,002,863, according to NBC News' tally. Share this -Xi says China ready to boost global vaccine cooperation BEIJING — President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that China is ready to step up global Covid-19 vaccine cooperation, and called for better international coordination on policies to facilitate movement of people. Share this -Putin says Russia ready to provide other countries with Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine Russia's President Vladimir Putin told G20 leaders on Saturday that Russia was ready to provide its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to other countries who need it.
Persons: King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Xi, Xi Jinping, Donald Trump, Trump, confectioner Laszlo Rimoczi's, BERNADETT SZABO, confectioner Laszlo, Rimoczi, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump Jr, Rona, Donald, Tony Evers, Evers Organizations: Saudi, Centers for Disease Control, NBC News, Washington D.C, U.S ., BEIJING —, Pharmaceutical, Trump, Trump National Golf Club, White, Reuters, Sputnik, Trump Jr, NBC, Saturday, Iranian Health Ministry, Thanksgiving, Democrat, Republican Locations: BEIJING, DUBAI, Saudi Arabia, States, Washington, Puerto Rico, U.S, U.S . Virgin Islands, Guam, China, Sterling , Virginia, Hungary, Russia, United States, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nebraska Ohio, Utah, Vermont, Iran, Tehran, Iran's, Mashhad, Isfahan, Shiraz, Wisconsin
FDA authorizes Regeneron antibody cocktail
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
SEE NEW POSTSFDA authorizes Regeneron antibody cocktail A Regeneron Pharmaceuticals scientist works in the company's Infectious Disease Lab in New York state, for efforts on an experimental coronavirus antibody drug. The drug, developed by Regeneron, was approved to treat mild to moderate Covid-19 cases for both adults and children over the age of 12 who are at risk of developing severe symptoms. The FDA said it will continue to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the treatment, it said in a statement. What does emergency use of a Covid-19 vaccine mean? The country recorded more than 200,000 coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 12,002,863, according to NBC News' tally.
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The images, however, show a gathering of Cleveland Cavaliers fans celebrating their basketball team’s NBA Championship victory four years ago. Another picture featured in the claims belongs to Reuters, with photographer Aaron Josefczyk taking photographs of the Cleveland celebrations (here). Further coverage of this celebration, including one of the photos in the claims, can be seen in a CNN gallery: here . Comparing genuine pictures from the 2020 pro-Trump march with the 2016 Cleveland celebrations shows different color schemes for clothes and flags at the two events. The crowd seen in the pictures are not Trump supporters marching in Washington, D.C. but Cleveland Cavaliers fans celebrating their NBA championship win in 2016.
Persons: Cleveland ”, Aaron Josefczyk, Josefczyk, Read Organizations: Trump, Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA, REUTERS, Reuters, CNN, Cavaliers, Google, Washington D.C Locations: Washington ,, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland
She says she'd still consider working for Amazon someday — and in fact has stayed in touch with the company. Next up was an invitation to interview at Amazon in Herndon, VA — a six-hour, day-long process, interviewing for a software position within Amazon Inspector. The Amazon offer had represented a lot of what she thought she wanted, but the promise of help to get permanent residency was enticing. "It is a big honor for me to receive the offer from Amazon and from such [an] amazing team as Amazon Inspector." But, she said, she'd still consider working for Amazon someday — and in fact has stayed in touch with the company.
Persons: Kholodova, she'd, Read, I've, who's, didn't, they'd, Bizy Organizations: Amazon, Washington D.C, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, World Bank, U.S, Bank, D.C, Services Software, Software, ATS Locations: Ukraine, Washington, United States, Herndon , Virginia, Herndon ,, Herndon, Bizy
With the Covid-19 pandemic showing no signs of stopping, governors and mayors have imposed new restriction measures, including closing in-person learning at public schools and shutting down indoor dining. Even though it's unlikely that we'll enter full-scale lockdowns like we did in the spring, Stifel's Chief Economist Lindsey Piegza explains why even partial shutdowns will hurt the U.S. economy. "For Americans who decide to travel, CDC recommends doing so as safely as possible by following the same recommendations for everyday living." Trump International Hotel Washington DC sale put on indefinite holdThe Trump Organization's efforts to sell the Trump International Hotel Washington DC have been put on indefinite hold, casting doubts on the future of one of the President's biggest financial bets, according to industry executives. Jones Lang LaSalle confirmed to CNBC that efforts to sell the hotel are on "indefinite hold."
Persons: CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos, Lindsey Piegza, Robert Frank, John Hopkins, Henry Walke, Jones Lang LaSalle Organizations: CNBC, Trump International Hotel, Washington D.C, U.S, CDC, Disease Control, Trump International Hotel Washington, Trump, Trump International Hotel Washington DC, The Trump Organization Locations: U.S, Washington
Shares of sports betting company DraftKings jumped more than 11% in premarket trading Friday after the company reported better-than-expected third quarter results and a surge in users. The company also raised its fiscal year 2020 guidance to a range of $540 to $560 million, from a range of $500 to $540 million. DraftKings said it expects $750 million to $850 million in revenue for 2021. The company had been looking to increase its brand exposure as it fought to gain market share in the growing sports betting landscape. Six states legalized sports wagering but are not yet operational, while two states are working on legislation to allow betting.
Persons: DraftKings, Jason Robins, Michael Jordan Organizations: NBA, MLB, NHL, NFL, New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, Turner Sports, ESPN, Washington D.C, DraftKings, Diamond Eagle Acquisition Corp, CNBC, YouTube Locations: Boston
Executives at Energy Transfer do not expect the line to be shut. Dakota Access is appealing the rulings by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ordering an environmental review and vacating the permit. Meanwhile, the district court is considering an injunction to shut the line while the review is carried out. The district court is expected to decide in the next couple of months on the shutdown order sought by opponents of the line. “This is a major crude oil pipeline crossing unceded tribal land and affecting the water supply for millions of people,” said Jan Hasselman, an Earthjustice attorney who represents the Standing Rock Sioux.
Persons: Joseph Biden, DAPL, Donald Trump’s, Barack Obama, Trump, Biden, , Marshall McCrea, , Glenn Schwartz, Jan Hasselman Organizations: YORK, Dakota, U.S . Army Corps of Engineers, Trump, Army Corps, Corps, Biden, Energy, ” Regulators, U.S, District of Columbia, Washington D.C, Rapidan Energy Group Locations: North Dakota, refiners, Midwest, U.S . Gulf, Dallas, South Dakota, South, Sioux, U.S
White House advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci regularly orders takeout food during the pandemic as a way to support local businesses in the area. "I feel badly about restaurants losing business," Fauci told CNN Sunday. "Even though I can cook at home, several nights a week I go out for takeout purely to support those places," Fauci said. Indeed, restaurants and bars have relied on takeout and delivery options to survive the Covid-19 pandemic shutdowns. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the risk of getting Covid-19 from handling food from restaurants, takeout or drive-thru is believed to be very low.
Persons: Dr, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, Christine Grady, bioethicist, MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell, InStyle Organizations: CNN, Northwest Washington D.C, National Restaurant Association, Black, Centers for Disease Control Locations: Northwest Washington, U.S
CHENNAI, India (Reuters) - Indians burst firecrackers on Sunday and offered prayers of gratitude over the election of Kamala Harris as the next U.S. vice president, declaring it a proud moment for Indian-Americans. At her ancestral village in southern India, 13,987 km (8,691 miles) from Washington D.C., children clutched posters of Harris as people gathered at a Hindu temple to thank the gods for the victory that she and president-elect Joe Biden won. She has been in close touch with her family in India and her uncle said he planned to attend the inauguration in January. In Mumbai, people shot off fireworks and a group of artists painted a portrait of Biden and Harris. Dozens of prominent Indians and Americans of Indian origin also took to social media to congratulate Harris, including actors Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Mindy Kaling.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Harris, Joe Biden, , It’s, , Kamaraj, Biden, Narendra Modi, Donald Trump, Howdy Modi, Harris’s, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Mindy Kaling, Kaling Organizations: U.S, Washington D.C, Indian, Trump, Democratic Party Locations: CHENNAI, India, Jamaican, United States, Washington, U.S, Tamil Nadu, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai, Texas
It wasn’t just women who carried Biden: Trump lost ground among male voters in 2020 compared to 2016. Trump’s difficulties in appealing to women voters long predate this election and the pandemic. Still, Trump held strong with one female demographic across both elections: white women without college degrees, including some of Vadala’s relatives in Pennsylvania. Slideshow ( 16 images )Black women, who overwhelmingly vote Democratic and at higher rates than Black men, were never big Trump supporters. According to the Edison data, 91% of Black women supported Biden, 11 percentage points more than Black men.
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People celebrate on Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House in Washington, DC on November 7, 2020, after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election. Americans poured into the streets Saturday after Joe Biden's projected presidential election victory over President Donald Trump. Trump's supporters, meanwhile, continued to demonstrate in support of the president's unfounded claims that malfeasance in swing states cost him the election. The jubilation, and disappointment, reflected an election that shattered total voting records: Biden is expected to become the first U.S. presidential candidate to receive 75 million votes nationwide, while Trump has also garnered more than 70 million votes. He returned to find streets outside the White House overrun with people celebrating his loss.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, , Trump's, Biden, Trump Organizations: White, Detroit, Washington D.C Locations: Washington , DC, Philadelphia, New York, Washington, Virginia
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