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But not everyone is quite as fastidious as Ms. Floerchinger-Franks, who happens to be a retired public health official. Frustrated after months of isolation, many are ignoring the pleas of public health experts and forging ahead. “We’re just going to eat the way that we normally would,” said Tamra Schalock of Redmond, Ore., who is hosting a party of 13. Instead of arguments over politics or the Dallas Cowboys’ running game, the argument is over whether to get together at all. “I hate it, and I hate all of the fights,” Ms. Cohen said.
Persons: Floerchinger, Franks, “ We’re, , Tamra Schalock, , Tyler Cohen, Cohen’s, ” Ms, Cohen Organizations: Dallas Cowboys Locations: Redmond , Ore, San Francisco, New Jersey
Less than 24 hours later, the bureau issued a statewide Amber Alert citing "new information and growing concern" about his well-being. An Amber Alert was not issued for Quawan, because Baldwin police said his disappearance did not meet the criteria. Griffin said he has looked at more than 2,000 media reports of Amber Alert cases in the past 15 years. The problem isn't the Amber Alert, he said, but how people think about it. via Ronald Haley Jr."We think it’s some kind of silver bullet -- if you issue an Amber Alert, you get the kid back safe.
Persons: Jordan Gorman, Amber, Bobby, Charles, Quawan, Baldwin, wasn't, Nick Manale, Chase, Trichell, Timothy Griffin, It’s, Griffin, Ronald Haley Jr, they’re, Mary Parish, Quawan's, couldn't, Haley, Samuel Wise, Wise, Coletta Gorman, Josh DeVine, DeVine, Jordan, James Alan Fox, they're, Fox Organizations: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Tennessee Bureau, Tenn ., of, Louisiana State Police, Media Advisory, University of Nevada, Iberia Parish Coroner's, Baldwin Police Department, Iberia Parish Sheriff's, NBC, Sheriff's, Tennessee Bureau of, Authorities, County Rescue, Northeastern University Locations: Tennessee, Ashland City, Nashville, Tenn, Tenn . Tennessee, Baldwin , Louisiana, Jordan's, Baton Rouge, Reno, Iberia Parish, St, Mary, Baldwin, Boo, Loreauville, Cheatham, Kentucky, Boston
Trump Courts State Lawmakers Amid Effort to Block Biden Win
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( Alex Leary | Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Mr. Trump’s aim is to stop Michigan from certifying its vote on Monday, though state officials say they plan to proceed. The Associated Press called Georgia for Mr. Biden late Thursday after the state completed its hand recount of the results. Mr. Biden, who is ahead in the popular vote by about six million votes nationwide, leads the Electoral College tally 306 to 232. All states must finish certifying results by early next month and the Electoral College holds its vote on Dec. 14. Mr. Trump invited Michigan state Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House Speaker Lee Chatfield to the White House for a Friday afternoon meeting.
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden’s, Biden, Brad Raffensperger, Mr, Mike Shirkey, Lee Chatfield Organizations: WASHINGTON, Biden, Trump, Republican, Electoral College, Associated Press, Mr, Michigan, White Locations: Michigan, Georgia
President Trump’s effort to stop key states from certifying Democrat Joe Biden’s election victory hit a hurdle on Friday after two Michigan lawmakers he had summoned to the White House said they saw no reason why the state’s results would change. In a sign of Mr. Trump’s narrowing window, Georgia certified its results Friday afternoon, affirming Mr. Biden’s victory there by more than 12,000 votes. Mr. Trump’s aim is to stop Michigan from certifying its vote on Monday, his lawyers have said, though state officials say they plan to proceed. Mr. Trump insisted Friday that he won the election but took no reporter questions at an event on drug pricing. Later that afternoon, he met with Michigan state Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House Speaker Lee Chatfield at the White House.
Persons: Trump’s, Joe Biden’s, , Trump, Biden, Mike Shirkey, Lee Chatfield, Organizations: White, Electoral College, Trump, Mr, Electoral Locations: Michigan, Georgia
Some Republicans Call for Trump to Back Up Claims of Fraud
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Some prominent Republicans said Friday that President Trump needed to quickly substantiate his allegations of election fraud, while others raised alarms over his legal team’s strategy of pressuring GOP state officials to block Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s wins in swing states. Republicans have largely held off on acknowledging Mr. Biden as the winner of the presidential race, saying they would wait for Mr. Trump to finish pursuing recounts and legal challenges. But after a string of unsubstantiated claims by Mr....
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden’s, Mr, Biden Organizations: GOP, Democratic, Republicans
Kris Sidial is the co-chief investment officer at The Ambrus Group, a volatility arbitrage-focused hedge fund founded in 2018. Sidial breaks down his two-pronged approach to managing his firm's volatility strategies and shares what retail investors should bear in mind now. In September, Sidial finally made the leap, joining Wise to officially incorporate their firm — The Ambrus Group, which offers a convexity fund and a yield fund. The yield fund focuses on clients who want to generate a steady return. "They think that the stock market going down 20% in one day can't happen."
Persons: Kris Sidial, Sidial, you've, that's, William Wise, Wise, We're, we're Organizations: Yale, Ivy League, Long Island University, Grand Central, BMO Capital Markets Locations: Brentwood, Long
The Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office said it is investigating the "suspicious circumstances" of the teen's death but has released few details. So he and Nelson went to the Baldwin Police Department, where a report was taken, Haley said. Charles' parents are distraught and did not want to be interviewed Friday, Haley said, adding that they had given him permission to speak on their behalf. Charles' parents said they did not know the family and had not given them permission to take him, Haley said. Charles' parents, the Louisiana NAACP and the state's American Civil Liberties Union chapter are calling for an independent investigation.
Persons: Amber, Bobby, Charles, Ronald Haley Jr, Haley, Roxanne Nelson, Kenneth Jacko, Jacko, Nelson, Police Samuel Wise III, Wise, Baldwin, Katherine Breaux, Breaux, Emmett Till, Nick Manale, George Floyd, Ahmaud, it's Organizations: Iberia Parish Sheriff’s, NBC News, Baldwin Police Department, Acadiana Advocate, Police, Louisiana NAACP, Civil Liberties, Louisiana State Police Locations: Louisiana, Loreauville, Baldwin, Iberia Parish, Acadiana, Mississippi
Republicans Try to Stop Democrats’ Suburban Growth
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
WASHINGTON—Thirty-six of the 43 U.S. House seats that Democrats flipped from red to blue in the 2018 midterm elections were in suburban districts. Now, Republicans who managed to survive the blue shift that swept Democrats to power in the House two years ago are fighting again to keep their seats, in a test of whether the GOP can fend off challenges in traditionally right-leaning metro areas, where polls show voters have cooled on President Trump. Democrats...
Persons: WASHINGTON — Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Trump, Democrats
Republicans Try to Stop Democrats’ Suburban Growth
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
WASHINGTON—Thirty-six of the 43 U.S. House seats that Democrats flipped from red to blue in the 2018 midterm elections were in suburban districts. Now, Republicans who managed to survive the blue shift that swept Democrats to power in the House two years ago are fighting again to keep their seats, in a test of whether the GOP can fend off challenges in traditionally right-leaning metro areas, where polls show voters have cooled on President Trump. Democrats...
Persons: WASHINGTON — Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Trump, Democrats
Republicans Try to Stop Democrats’ Suburban Growth
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +7 min
One of those battlegrounds is in the St. Louis suburbs, where Mr. Trump won by 10 percentage points in 2016. One of Ms. Wagner’s final campaign ads stresses the need for kindness in difficult times as images of a drive-through Covid-19 testing site appear on the screen. “Because doing good isn’t about left or right,” the narrator concludes, “but right or wrong.” The ad makes no mention of Mr. Trump. Ms. Schupp’s campaign said that Ms. Wagner’s attacks are misleading and that Ms. Schupp supports a public option, but not Medicare for All. At a rally in Pennsylvania earlier in October, Mr. Trump said he had been told suburban women don’t like the way he talks.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Trump, Ann Wagner, Cort VanOstran, Jill Schupp, Wagner, Wagner’s, , Sen, , Sarah Chamberlain, Democrat Joe Biden, ” Ms, Chamberlain, Biden, Dave Wasserman, Ms, Steny Hoyer, Victoria Spartz, Christina Hale, Susan Brooks, you’re, Mr, Hoyer, Michael McAdams, Democrat Christina Hale, John P, Cleary, Schupp’s, Schupp, Carlos Curbelo, Curbelo, Michael Conroy, — Natalie Andrews, Lindsay Wise, Ann Wagner (R., Mo.), Sarah Chamberlain, Dave Wasserman, Carlos Curbelo Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Trump, Democrats, Republican National Committee, Democratic, White, Republican, Associated Press, Republican Main Street, Democrat, NBC, Fifth, National Republican Congressional, Indiana’s, Associated, Mr, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio and Omaha, Neb, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth, Associated Press Locations: St, Louis, Mo, Missouri’s, Covid, Trump . Missouri, Missouri's, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Northern Virginia, Denver, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio, Omaha, Neb, Wagner’s, Md, House, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth , Texas, Indiana’s Fifth, Missouri, Florida, Victoria, Pennsylvania, Houston
Republicans Try to Stop Democrats’ Suburban Growth
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +7 min
One of those battlegrounds is in the St. Louis suburbs, where Mr. Trump won by 10 percentage points in 2016. One of Ms. Wagner’s final campaign ads stresses the need for kindness in difficult times as images of a drive-through Covid-19 testing site appear on the screen. “Because doing good isn’t about left or right,” the narrator concludes, “but right or wrong.” The ad makes no mention of Mr. Trump. Ms. Schupp’s campaign said that Ms. Wagner’s attacks are misleading and that Ms. Schupp supports a public option, but not Medicare for All. At a rally in Pennsylvania earlier in October, Mr. Trump said he had been told suburban women don’t like the way he talks.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Trump, Ann Wagner, Cort VanOstran, Jill Schupp, Wagner, Wagner’s, , Sen, , Sarah Chamberlain, Democrat Joe Biden, ” Ms, Chamberlain, Biden, Dave Wasserman, Ms, Steny Hoyer, Victoria Spartz, Christina Hale, Susan Brooks, you’re, Mr, Hoyer, Michael McAdams, Democrat Christina Hale, John P, Cleary, Schupp’s, Schupp, Carlos Curbelo, Curbelo, Michael Conroy, — Natalie Andrews, Lindsay Wise, Ann Wagner (R., Mo.), Sarah Chamberlain, Dave Wasserman, Carlos Curbelo Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Trump, Democrats, Republican National Committee, Democratic, White, Republican, Associated Press, Republican Main Street, Democrat, NBC, Fifth, National Republican Congressional, Indiana’s, Associated, Mr, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio and Omaha, Neb, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth, Associated Press Locations: St, Louis, Mo, Missouri’s, Covid, Trump . Missouri, Missouri's, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Northern Virginia, Denver, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio, Omaha, Neb, Wagner’s, Md, House, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth , Texas, Indiana’s Fifth, Missouri, Florida, Victoria, Pennsylvania, Houston
Republicans Try to Stop Democrats’ Suburban Growth
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +7 min
One of those battlegrounds is in the St. Louis suburbs, where Mr. Trump won by 10 percentage points in 2016. One of Ms. Wagner’s final campaign ads stresses the need for kindness in difficult times as images of a drive-through Covid-19 testing site appear on the screen. “Because doing good isn’t about left or right,” the narrator concludes, “but right or wrong.” The ad makes no mention of Mr. Trump. Ms. Schupp’s campaign said that Ms. Wagner’s attacks are misleading and that Ms. Schupp supports a public option, but not Medicare for All. At a rally in Pennsylvania earlier in October, Mr. Trump said he had been told suburban women don’t like the way he talks.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Trump, Ann Wagner, Cort VanOstran, Jill Schupp, Wagner, Wagner’s, , Sen, , Sarah Chamberlain, Democrat Joe Biden, ” Ms, Chamberlain, Biden, Dave Wasserman, Ms, Steny Hoyer, Victoria Spartz, Christina Hale, Susan Brooks, you’re, Mr, Hoyer, Michael McAdams, Democrat Christina Hale, John P, Cleary, Schupp’s, Schupp, Carlos Curbelo, Curbelo, Michael Conroy, — Natalie Andrews, Lindsay Wise, Ann Wagner (R., Mo.), Sarah Chamberlain, Dave Wasserman, Carlos Curbelo Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Trump, Democrats, Republican National Committee, Democratic, White, Republican, Associated Press, Republican Main Street, Democrat, NBC, Fifth, National Republican Congressional, Indiana’s, Associated, Mr, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio and Omaha, Neb, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth, Associated Press Locations: St, Louis, Mo, Missouri’s, Covid, Trump . Missouri, Missouri's, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Northern Virginia, Denver, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio, Omaha, Neb, Wagner’s, Md, House, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth , Texas, Indiana’s Fifth, Missouri, Florida, Victoria, Pennsylvania, Houston
Republicans Try to Stop Democrats’ Suburban Growth
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Lindsay Wise | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +7 min
One of those battlegrounds is in the St. Louis suburbs, where Mr. Trump won by 10 percentage points in 2016. One of Ms. Wagner’s final campaign ads stresses the need for kindness in difficult times as images of a drive-through Covid-19 testing site appear on the screen. “Because doing good isn’t about left or right,” the narrator concludes, “but right or wrong.” The ad makes no mention of Mr. Trump. Ms. Schupp’s campaign said that Ms. Wagner’s attacks are misleading and that Ms. Schupp supports a public option, but not Medicare for All. At a rally in Pennsylvania earlier in October, Mr. Trump said he had been told suburban women don’t like the way he talks.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Trump, Ann Wagner, Cort VanOstran, Jill Schupp, Wagner, Wagner’s, , Sen, , Sarah Chamberlain, Democrat Joe Biden, ” Ms, Chamberlain, Biden, Dave Wasserman, Ms, Steny Hoyer, Victoria Spartz, Christina Hale, Susan Brooks, you’re, Mr, Hoyer, Michael McAdams, Democrat Christina Hale, John P, Cleary, Schupp’s, Schupp, Carlos Curbelo, Curbelo, Michael Conroy, — Natalie Andrews, Lindsay Wise, Ann Wagner (R., Mo.), Sarah Chamberlain, Dave Wasserman, Carlos Curbelo Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Trump, Democrats, Republican National Committee, Democratic, White, Republican, Associated Press, Republican Main Street, Democrat, NBC, Fifth, National Republican Congressional, Indiana’s, Associated, Mr, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio and Omaha, Neb, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth, Associated Press Locations: St, Louis, Mo, Missouri’s, Covid, Trump . Missouri, Missouri's, Orange County, Calif, North Jersey, Northern Virginia, Denver, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Cincinnati, San Antonio, Omaha, Neb, Wagner’s, Md, House, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth , Texas, Indiana’s Fifth, Missouri, Florida, Victoria, Pennsylvania, Houston
Opinion | How Lincoln Survived the Worst Election Ever
  + stars: | 2020-10-30 | by ( Ted Widmer | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +4 min
In Charlottesville, Va., one newspaper tried to blame Lincoln voters for “numerical tyranny,” as if Northerners were corrupting democracy simply by existing in such large numbers. Another plot feared by Lincoln supporters was a disruption of the electoral vote count, in Congress, on Feb. 13, 1861. Another brave Southerner, Winfield Scott, organized the military defense of the capital, just so Lincoln could have a chance. Lincoln will remain our greatest president, for his own reasons — the bold actions and the calming words. That survival, in a moment even more fraught than our own, helped democracy spread far and wide in the 20th century, as Lincoln hoped it would.
Persons: Lincoln, Roger Pryor, , Lincoln’s, Tocqueville, Jefferson Davis, Herbert Hoover’s, Hoover, Franklin Roosevelt, Henry Wise, James Buchanan, John C, Breckinridge, Stephen Douglas, John Bell, Winfield Scott, James Buchanan, John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky, Stephen Douglas Organizations: The New York Herald, Atlanta, Gadsden Flag, Columbia, Confederate Locations: America, Virginia, The, Washington, Charlottesville, Va, South Carolina, , Southern, Gadsden, Kentucky, Congress, Lincoln, Washington, Franklin Roosevelt
Ant Group is preparing for a dual initial public offering in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Ant Group is currently preparing for a blockbuster concurrent initial public offering (IPO) in Shanghai and Hong Kong, so the threat of blacklisting comes at a very sensitive time. How Ant Group is differentHowever, Ant Group is not reliant on American technology. Operating-wise, Ant Group on the Entity List, I don't think it'll make a dent to their business at all. Ant Group has some partnerships with American firms, however.
Persons: Jack Ma, Prakash, Abishur Prakash, Trump, Edith Yeung, Ant, Alipay, Jack Ma Organizations: Bloomberg, Getty, Ant Group, CNBC, Ant, Alibaba, Center, Huawei, U.S, Group, Race Capital, Vanguard, Alibaba, Huawei, Google, Operating-wise, Ant Group, Race Capital Locations: Shanghai, Hong Kong, Washington, Toronto, China, Beijing, China
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