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In a report produced days before the deadly siege on the US Capitol, Capitol Police intelligence warned "Congress itself" could be the target of an attack by pro-Trump protesters. Following the attack, US Capitol Police has come under scrutiny for failing to prevent the breach of the Capitol building. In a report produced days before the deadly siege on the US Capitol, Capitol Police intelligence warned "Congress itself" could be the target of an attack by pro-Trump protesters. An FBI report, also obtained by the Post, warned of "war" at the US Capitol a day before the insurrection occurred. The 12-page report from Capitol Police intelligence warning of a threat to Congress was produced January 3, three days before the attack.
Persons: Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Steven Sund, Sund, Insider's Ashley Collman, Donald Trump, Organizations: Capitol, Capitol Police, Trump, The Washington Post, US Capitol Police, The Washington, FBI, Post
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré will lead "an immediate review" of the security during the Capitol attack. Honoré is known for leading the task force that was in charge of the US military response to Hurricane Katrina. "To protect our Democracy, we must now subject the security of the U.S. Capitol Complex to rigorous scrutiny," Pelosi said in a statement. "To that end, I have asked Lt. General Russel Honoré (Ret. In 2005, Honoré led the task force that was in charge of the US military response to Hurricane Katrina.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Russel Honoré, Trump insurrectionists, Hurricane, Pelosi, General Russel Honoré, Honoré, Read, Trump, There's, They've, Katrina, cussing, Ray Nagin Organizations: Capitol, Trump, U.S . Capitol, J3, Washington Post, Justice, Defense, Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of, CNN, New Orleans Locations: DC, Iraq, Afghanistan, Washington ,, New Orleans
US imposes fresh sanctions on Iran in final days of Trump presidency
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on companies in Iran, China and the United Arab Emirates for doing business with the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines and on three Iranian entities over conventional arms proliferation. He said Iran's Marine Industries Organization, Aerospace Industries Organization and the Iran Aviation Industries Organization had also been blacklisted over conventional arms proliferation. In a statement later on Friday, Pompeo said he was also increasing the scope of metals-related sanctions against Iran administered by the State Department. Saying the agreement did not go far enough, Trump in 2018 quit an Iran nuclear deal, which Tehran struck with world powers in 2015 to rein in its nuclear program in return for sanctions relief. Democratic President-elect Joe Biden, who will succeed Trump on Wednesday, has said he will return to the 2015 nuclear pact if Iran resumes strict compliance with it.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Mike Pompeo, Washington, Pompeo, Trump, Joe Biden Organizations: United Arab, Islamic Republic of, Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines, . U.S, Steel, Materials, Iran's Marine Industries Organization, Aerospace Industries Organization, Iran Aviation Industries Organization, State Department, Trump, Democratic Locations: States, Iran, China, United Arab Emirates, Islamic Republic, Islamic Republic of Iran, Tehran, ., UAE
Since the deadly siege on the US Capitol, lawmakers have reported various items stolen from their offices. A laptop that belonged to an aide to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was one of the items reported stolen. A laptop that belonged to an aide to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was one of the items reported stolen. Another false viral claim about the laptop alleged that Trump was at Cheyenne Mountain military base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking at "evidence" taken from the laptop. Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon tweeted a video that showed rioters stealing a laptop, USA Today reported.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Drew Hammill, Pelosi's, Thomas McInerney, McInerney, Antifa, Donald Trump, Read, Ken McGraw, Pelosi, Trump, Snopes, There's, Jim Clyburn, Democratic Sen, Jeff Merkley, Brendan Keefe, Keefe Organizations: Capitol, US Capitol, Trump, US Special Forces, Retired Air Force, US Special Operations Command, Special Forces, Operations Forces, USA, Cheyenne, Amazon, DC, CNN, Democratic Locations: Colorado Springs , Colorado, Cheyenne, Alamo , Texas, South Carolina, Oregon, Portland
Justice Sonia Sotomayor has consistently dissented against the accelerated push for federal executions at the direction of the Justice Department and wrote a scathing dissent breaking down the concerted strategy to rush executions. The Supreme Court executed Dustin Higgs late Friday, making Higgs the thirteenth person to be killed by the federal government since July. A petition to stop Higg's execution amassed more than 1.5 million signatures ahead of Friday. In July, the US Department of Justice ended a 17-year pause on federal executions, at Attorney General William Barr's direction. In her latest dissent, Sotomayor described the recent surge in federal executions and the human toll behind it.
Persons: Dustin Higgs, Sonia Sotomayor, Sotomayor, Higgs, COVID, William Barr's, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Breyer, Kagan, Daniel Lee, Wesley Purkey, Dustin Honken, Lezmond Mitchell, Keith Nelson, William LeCroy Jr, Christopher Vialva, Brandon Bernard, Alfred Bourgeois, Lisa Montgomery, Corey Johnson, Biden, Trump, — Corey Johnson, Johnson Organizations: Supreme, Justice Department, US Department of Justice, Trump, Orlando Hall
Privacy and antitrust experts hit out at Google's $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit, branding the sale 'sinister'. Google has made commitments about not using Fitbit data for ads. "This deal has always been about devices, not data, and we've been clear since the beginning that we will protect Fitbit users' privacy," hardware chief Rick Osterloh wrote on Thursday. Europe's antitrust regulator laid out a series of Google commitments around the deal, such as keeping a technical separation between Fitbit data and ad data. He described talk of Google using Fitbit data to personalize ads as a "red herring" in the debate.
Persons: we've, Rick Osterloh, Dr Cristina Caffarra, Ray Walsh, Gregory Crawford, Crawford Organizations: Google, Fitbit, US Department of Justice, Authorities, EU, University of Zurich, Business Locations: South Africa, Australia, Japan
Thousands of people on social media have taken it upon themselves to help authorities identify some of the Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol last week. Using publicly available photos, videos, social media accounts, several analysts and civilians have been successfully verifying some of the rioters. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images"The success being had on social media, especially as more video becomes available, is really impressive," said Reeves. Win McNamee / Getty ImagesOther social media detectives have kept a lower profile but have still helped the efforts nonetheless. In some cases, people are watching violent videos over and over again, looking intensely at details," said Reeves.
Persons: Trump, Steven M, D'Antuono, Dylan Reeves, Reeves, Joe Biden, Jacob Anthony Chansley, Saul Loeb, X, Eliot Higgins, Bellingcat, John Scott, Larry Rendall Brock, Jr, Scott, Railton, Rae Baker, Baker, Read, Biden, Win McNamee, I'm, Freya Lewis Organizations: Capitol, FBI, Getty, WIRED, Homegrown, University of Toronto's, US Air Force, Twitter, Retired Air Force, Washington DC, Janes Intelligence Unit Locations: Zealand, Washington
The UK economy is in tatters, worse hit than any other European country, and with a ballooning budget deficit, which would be historic under any government, let alone a Conservative one. Markets InsiderBut, with more growth in the UK economy, SMIDs should benefit more broadly. Most investors are expecting a strong boost to the UK economy, with GDP estimate between 6-6.5% for 2021. "These factors may help to narrow the UK market's valuation discount relative to other developed markets. On a 12-month forward basis the UK SMID cap (NSCIEx Index) trades on c16x earnings (based on FactSet data) whilst the European Small Cap universe trades on c22x (MSCI Euro Small Cap Index) and Global Small Caps trade on c25x (MSCI Global Small Cap Index).
Persons: Boris Johnson, Jacob Nell, Morgan Stanley's, Biden, Nell, it's, Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Alan Custis, Johnson, Custis, Simon Moon, Henry Boot, Boot, Smith, Guy Anderson, Anderson, Sterling, James Henderson, Janus Henderson, Henderson, SMIDs, Graham Secker, Morgan Stanley, Secker hasn't Organizations: EU, Conservative, European Union, Lazard Asset Management, Technology, Acorn Income, Asset, Markets, Asset Management Mercantile Investment Trust, Small, Opportunities Trust, ITM, Energy, Chemicals, Atlantis Energy, AFC, Secker Locations: tatters, North, England
James Murdoch, son of Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch, had attacked news outlets "that propagate lies" for their role in unleashing "insidious and uncontrollable forces that will be with us for years." "Those outlets that propagate lies to their audience have unleashed insidious and uncontrollable forces that will be with us for years," the youngest Murdoch told the Financial Times on Friday. James Murdoch, the youngest son of Rupert Murdoch, has publicly attacked "media property owners" and news outlets for their role in promoting false election claims that helped lead to the deadly riots in the US Capitol last week. The youngest Murdoch son has since turned his attention to his foundation called Quadrivium, which according to its website, aims to promote initiatives related to democracy, voter participation, and climate change among others. "Many media property owners have as much responsibility for this as the elected officials who know the truth but choose instead to propagate lies.
Persons: James Murdoch, Rupert Murdoch, Murdoch, Murdoch's, Kathryn, Lachlan —, President Trump, James Organizations: Fox News, Financial, News Corp, Capitol, Wall Street Journal, New York, Fox, CNN Business Locations: Australia
In the wake of the SolarWinds attack, dedicated cybersecurity funding was a necessary step, one expert said, especially as COVID vaccine efforts will collect massive amounts of Americans' personal data. On Thursday night, the Biden-Harris administration released plans for a nearly $2 trillion spending package for pandemic relief and economic recovery. Hidden at the very bottom of the plan, the new administration allocated more than $10 billion to various IT modernization and cybersecurity initiatives. Experts say it's another sign of President-elect Biden's technology focus, especially when it comes to cybersecurity and updating IT at federal agencies. $9 billion — the biggest chunk of the dedicated tech spend — is for expanding the Technology Modernization Fund's cybersecurity and IT services.
Persons: Obama, Harris, Biden, Daniel Castro, Castro, Steve Kelman, Kelman, it's, Obama — Organizations: US Digital Service, Biden, Information Technology, Innovation Foundation, Office, Harvard Kennedy School, Procurement, Microsoft, Google, General Services Administration, United States Digital Service, Technology, Fund, Cyber Security, Security, Congress, New York Times, Top, Democrats Locations: Clinton
The US has one of the lowest COVID-19 vaccinations per capita rates in the world. People sit in a waiting room to make sure they don't have a reaction after receiving Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccinations at UNLV on January 12, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Why Israel's vaccine roll out outpaced the US'sIsrael expects to administer COVID-19 vaccines to all of its citizens aged 16 and up by the end of March. An Israeli receives a coronavirus vaccine from medical staff at a COVID-19 vaccination center in Tel Aviv, Israel, January 6, 2021. Hundreds wait in line in Florida to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on December 30, 2020.
Persons: Israel, Ethan Miller, Peter Hotez, Hotez, Sebastian Scheiner, it's, Elad Gil, Benjamin Netanyahu, Amir Cohen, Ronit Calderon, Margalit, Moncef Slaoui, Alex Azar, Alex Wong, Ashish Jha, Dean, Andrew West, Boaz Lev, Avish, Dave Kolpack, Andy Dunn, Aria Bendix, Hilary Brueck Organizations: US, Bloomberg, Pfizer, BioNTech, UNLV, Getty, Baylor College of Medicine, Washington Post, Sheba Medical, AstraZeneca, Hadassah, Hebrew University, CNBC, CDC, Human Services, Health, Human, White House, HHS, Brown University School of Public Health, USA, Network, Reuters, Premier Inc, Israel's Ministry of Health, States Locations: Israel, Las Vegas , Nevada, Texas, COVID, Israeli, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Ramat Gan, Florida, North Dakota, West Virginia
"You know, it's the Wild West out there," said Dr. Camara Jones, past president of the American Public Health Association. A member of FDNY EMS receives a COVID-19 vaccine on December 23, 2020 in New York City. Seniors and first responders wait in line to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the Lakes Regional Library on December 30, 2020 in Fort Myers, Florida. A medical worker prepares to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site in Plant City, Florida, January 13, 2021. "You've got to hire people," said Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University's school of public health.
Persons: Donald Trump strode, COVID, Trump, , Donald Trump, Tom Brenner, Scott McNabb, Camara Jones, Judy Barrett, Andrew West, BioNTech, Michael Clevenger, Peter Hotez, McNabb, Michael Santiago, Yorkers, didn't, Jones, Nancy Goldstein, Octavio Jones, Octavio Jones West, Ahmad Gharabli, Hotez, You've, Ashish Jha, Brown, Joe Biden, Biden, Jha Organizations: Visit, White, Manhattan, Emory University, Centers for Disease Control, American Public Health Association, Park Regional, Reuters, UPS, Pfizer, Worldport, Baylor College of Medicine, of Health, Human Services, CDC, Washington Post, FDNY, Facebook, Sunshine State, Moderna, Lakes Regional Library, BioNTech, McKinsey, National Health Service, Clalit Health Services, Getty, American Hospital Association, National Association of Chain Drug, Farm, Phoenix, FEMA, US Public Health Service, National Guard Locations: COVID, Washington, United States, Marco, Fort Myers , Florida, Louisville , Kentucky, New York City, New York, Texas, Oregon, Brooklyn, Florida, Sunshine, Manatee County, Alabama, Plant City , Florida, Octavio Jones West Virginia, West Virginia, North Dakota, Dakota, Connecticut, Israel, United Kingdom, Palestinian, Beit Hanina, Jerusalem, AFP, New Jersey, Arizona, America
President Donald Trump is planning a red carpet, military band, and a US Air Force flypast on the morning of Joe Biden's inauguration, according to ABC News. Biden's inauguration ceremony will be socially-distanced and star-studded. President Donald Trump is planning an "elaborate, military-style sendoff" for himself before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20, according to ABC News. The president hopes to outshine Biden's ceremony by concurrently hosting a televised political rally in Florida, sources told Axios last month. Biden's inauguration plans will be pared-down and socially-distanced but, nonetheless, star-studded.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, He's, Trump —, , Biden's, Trump, Read, Biden, Barack Obama, outshine, Axios, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake Organizations: US Air Force, ABC News, Associated Press, Mar, CNN, Air Force One, Bloomberg, Capitol, Twitter, FBI Locations: Lago, Washington, DC, Chicago, Florida
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is set to be sworn into office in front of the US Capitol on Inauguration Day on January 20. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said she and President-elect Joe Biden would not "yield to those who would try and make us afraid of who we are," in response to soon being sworn into office outside of the US Capitol. President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration rehearsal was postponed from Sunday to Monday. However, as Business Insider's Mia Jankowicz reported, President-elect Joe Biden is all for the traditional ceremony in front of the Capitol. "I'm not afraid of taking the oath outside, and we've been getting briefed," Biden said in a press conference.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Donald Trump's, Harris, Joe Biden, Joe Biden's, Mia Jankowicz, I'm, we've, Biden, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, , Donald Trump, Trump, he's Organizations: NPR, Capitol, Trump, — Biden
President-elect Joe Biden continues to nominate and appoint people to his Cabinet and White House staff. The Biden-Harris administration's latest published numbers say that 11% of those appointed to the White House staff so far are part of the LGBTQ community. Postgraduate degreesThere is a high representation of lawyers among the incoming White House staff and Cabinet. Biden-Harris numbersThe Biden-Haris transition team released internal numbers for the White House staff who had been hired at the end of last year. The transition team reported that the White House staff included 61% women, 54% people of color, nearly 20% first-generation Americans, and nearly 40% who have children.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Jitinder Kohli, Kohli, Harris, Lloyd Austin, Xavier Becerra, Human Services Katherine Tai, Cecilia Rouse, Wally Adeyemo, Deb Haaland, didn't, Frances Perkins, Franklin Roosevelt, Marcia Fudge, Janet Yellen, Neera, Pete Buttigieg, Karine Jean, Pierre, Harris administration's, Mark Hanis, Hanis, Bill Clinton, Bush, Brown, Haris Organizations: White House, Deloitte, Ivy League, Biden, Biden's, Department of Health, Human Services, American, US Trade, of Economic, of Housing, Urban Development, Treasury, Management, Gallup, Inclusive America, Ivy League — Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, The New York Times, NPR, Street Journal, Washington Post Locations: East Coast, American, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Texas, America, Princeton, Columbia,, The
US STOCKS-Wall Street closes lower as banks, energy shares tumble
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Echo Wang | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window.) The S&P 500 banks index lost ground as shares of Wells Fargo & Co, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Citigroup Inc tumbled even though they had posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter profits. Wells Fargo was the biggest drag on the S&P 500 followed by Exxon Mobil. Meanwhile, data showed a further decline in U.S. retail sales in December in the latest sign the economy lost considerable speed at the end of 2020. “The weaker-than-expected economic data, and especially in parts of the economy like retail sales, is a big driver,” said Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab.
Persons: Wells Fargo, , Chris Zaccarelli, they’re, it’s, Joe Biden, Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab, , Devik Jain, Medha Singh, Sinéad Carew, Marguerita Choy Organizations: Citigroup, Exxon Mobil, Exxon Mobil Corp, Wells Fargo & Co, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc, , Independent, Incoming U.S, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Exxon, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission Locations: Wells Fargo, Charlotte , North Carolina, , Refinitiv, Bengaluru
US STOCKS-Wall Street drops as big banks fall after results
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Devik Jain | Medha Singh | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window.) JPMorgan fell 2.2% following a seven-day winning streak that had pushed the stock about 12% higher. The S&P 500 banks index shed 3.3%. Nine of the 11 major S&P sectors fell, with energy, financials and industrials posting the steepest declines after leading markets higher in the recent rally. The S&P 500 posted 5 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 180 new highs and eight new lows.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, , Paul Nolte, , we’ve, Dennis Dick, Morgan, Devik Jain, Medha Singh, Saumyadeb Chakrabarty, Maju Samuel Organizations: JPMorgan, Citigroup, Dow, Nasdaq, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc, Wells Fargo & Co, Washington Post, Biden, Kingsview Investment Management, Bright Trading, Dow Jones, Exxon Mobil Corp, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, Spotify Technology SA, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, NYSE Locations: Wells Fargo, U.S, Washington, Chicago, Las Vegas, Refinitiv, Bengaluru
US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall Street opens lower as big banks kick off earnings
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Jan 15 (Reuters) - Wall Street’s main indexes opened lower on Friday as incoming President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan sparked fears of an increase in taxes, while investors parsed quarterly reports from major U.S. lenders. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 64.7 points, or 0.21%, at the open to 30926.77. The S&P 500 fell 6.8 points, or 0.18%, at the open to 3788.73, while the Nasdaq Composite dropped 12.7 points, or 0.10%, to 13099.895 at the opening bell. (Reporting by Medha Singh in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel)
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Medha Singh, Maju Samuel Organizations: Dow Jones, Nasdaq Locations: 13099.895, Bengaluru
"Asia markets can be seen keeping it mixed with the muted reaction towards President-elect Joe Biden's latest stimulus plan, contemplating the process of delivery," said Jingyi Pan, a senior market analyst at IG in Singapore. Analysts at ANZ said markets are "heavily positioned for success all round" and "there is little room for any disappointment." A controversial proposal to revise the central bank act was also dropped. Once again, Taiwan's dollar stood out with a 1.7% gain, putting it on track to add close to 2% for the week. "Range-bound consolidation may be the default posture for most dollar-Asia pairs for now, although there is still some bias on the downside," analysts at OCBC said.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Jingyi, BOK, Jerome Powell, OCBC, Nikhil Kurian, Raju Gopalakrishnan Organizations: Taiwan, IG, Analysts, ANZ, ING, Bank, Bank of Korea, Tbk PT Locations: Indonesia, Korea, Asia, Singapore, China, United States, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Bengaluru
Michael Fanone, a police officer in Washington, DC, said he was attacked by a pro-Trump mob during the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol. Fanone, who suffered a mild heart attack, told The Washington Post that he was dragged down the Capitol steps, shot with a stun gun, and struggled to retain consciousness. The pro-Trump mob that attacked the US Capitol on January 6 killed one police officer, with another committing suicide soon after. But the death toll could have been higher, with one cop telling The Washington Post that the rioters wanted to kill him, too. According to The Post, Fanone barely survived that battle.
Persons: Michael Fanone, Fanone, rioter Organizations: Trump, Capitol, Washington Post, DC Metro Police, The Locations: Washington ,
Dozens of people on the FBI's terrorist watchlist were in Washington, DC, during the siege on the Capitol last week, The Washington Post reported. It's not clear if any of those already arrested for charges relating to the ransacking of the Capitol were on the FBI list. Dozens on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's terrorist watchlist — mainly those categorized as white supremacists — were in Washington, DC, on the day the Capitol was stormed, The Washington Post reported. However, it's not clear if any of the people already arrested on charges relating to the siege are on the FBI's list. The Post's report highlights yet another security failure as dozens of people from the watch list gathered in one location.
Persons: It's, Donald Trump, Trump, Read, Joe Biden, it's Organizations: Capitol, Washington Post, FBI, Federal Bureau of, Trump, Capitol Police, Post, US Navy, US Air Force, Virginia National Guard Locations: Washington , DC, Washington ,, United States
Andrew Williams, who stormed the US Capitol on January 6, asked, "How are they going to arrest every single person?" Williams also said while storming the Capitol, according to an FBI affidavit. A man who stormed the US Capitol building during the January 6 insurrection expressed doubt that he would be arrested for participating in the insurrection — before being arrested days later, according to prosecutors. Many of the people who participated in the Capitol building riots posted about it on social media. Others, including Kevin Loftus and Aaron Mostofsky, bragged to acquaintances about being in the building in private messages later obtained by federal law enforcement officials.
Persons: Andrew Williams, Williams, Sanford, Christopher Wray, Derrick Evans, Kevin Loftus, Aaron Mostofsky Organizations: Capitol, FBI, Republican West Locations: Maitland , Florida, Sanford , Florida, Capitol, Republican West Virginia
Procuring a coronavirus shot may be easy or difficult, depending on where you live. Around 260 million Americans are eligible to receive coronavirus vaccines, but procuring a shot may be easy or difficult, depending on where they live. That's a daunting challenge for many states with understaffed or underfunded health departments — though an $8.7 billion coronavirus relief package will soon assist states with vaccine distribution issues. States have also struggled to oversee mass vaccinations while simultaneously dealing with an unprecedented surge of coronavirus cases that has overwhelmed hospitals. Here are the states where it's easiest and most difficult to get a shot, based on the number of doses administered per capita.
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What, if Anything, Can Psychics Tell Us About All of This?
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Fleur Macdonald | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
“I don’t want to end up dying just to do a reading,” Mr. Wamback, 58, said. Mr. Wamback has enjoyed using virtual tarot decks; physical decks can lose their uniformity over time, and he worries he might subconsciously choose one card over another. “In the long run, it will be very beneficial,” Mr. Wamback said. “In the short term, it’s a little chaotic.” The clients are fewer, but the readings often last longer. “People felt more hopeless during the recession,” Mr. Wamback said.
Persons: ” Michael Wamback, Krista Schwimmer, , ” Mr, Wamback, Sister Claire, , Jeffrey Segal, Mr Organizations: Locations: , Venice, Calif, Santa Monica
US stock futures fall despite Joe Biden unveiling a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan. US stocks were set to end the week on a downbeat note, despite President-elect Joe Biden laying out plans for a $1.9 trillion stimulus injection, with bonds and the dollar rising as investors sought safer assets, such as gold. The S&P 500 was on track fall at the opening bell, with futures down 0.22%. Biden on Thursday laid out a major stimulus plan and implored Congress to act fast to help the slowing US economy. His $1.9 trillion plan - which equates to around 9% of US GDP - includes direct payments to Americans of up to $1,400.
Persons: Joe Biden, Bonds, Jay Powell, Dow Jones, Russell, Biden, Paul Ashworth, Powell, Michael Brown, CaxtonFX Organizations: Federal Reserve, Dow, Nasdaq, Corporations, CSI, FTSE, Republicans, Democrats, Capital Economics, Senate, Congress Locations: Wilmington , Delaware, Europe, indigestion
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