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Families on the brink fear what’s next as pandemic benefits expire
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
SEE NEW POSTSFamilies on the brink fear what’s next as pandemic benefits expire The pandemic has pushed millions of Americans to the cliff’s edge, with the ground crumbling at year’s end without further stimulus action by Congress. When federal emergency coronavirus relief protections expire, some as soon as the day after Christmas, 13 million Americans will lose their jobless benefits. Relief can’t come soon enough for millions of families. Leabe Commisso said her block usually throws Christmas and New Year’s parties but had to call off that tradition this year due to the pandemic. But nine months after the first Covid-19 case was confirmed in Kansas, she finishes many workdays in tears.
Persons: can’t, Kelly Ann Hotchkin, “ We've, ” Hotchkin, Leabe Commisso, , you’re, ” Commisso, Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnell, Read, Jennifer Bacani McKenney, Bob McKenney, McKenney Organizations: Congress, NBC News, NFL, The Associated Press, WASHINGTON, Health, Fredonia, Facebook Locations: Hamilton , New Jersey, Baltimore, Dunkirk, Ky, Kansas, Rural Kansas, FREDONIA, Kan, Wilson
A Trump Immigration Policy Is Leaving Families Hungry
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Zolan Kanno-Youngs | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.96   time to read: +2 min
“I remember all that about the public charge and everything, and I cannot sleep,” said Dani, who was especially concerned about her efforts to obtain a green card so she could stay with her children. “What’s going to happen if I’m deported? The department, which handles immigration matters like the issuance of green cards, has purview over the public charge rule. “The fear has risen to such a pitch that it will be a real challenge to assuage families’ fears. They are focused on public charge, but not solely public charge,” said Cheasty Anderson, the director of immigration policy and advocacy at the Children’s Defense Fund-Texas.
Persons: , Dani, “ What’s, I’m, Biden, Biden’s, Alejandro N, Cheasty Anderson, Organizations: Department of Homeland Security, Children’s Defense, Texas, Urban Institute, Children’s Health Insurance, Ideas42
The U.S. economy added only 245,000 jobs in November, a number that was lower than the 440,000 expected. Nela Richardson, chief economist at ADP Research Institute, breaks down underlying factors in the unemployment rate. "The one thing that we haven't heard is the labor force participation rate. I think that's going to be critical in understanding the edge down in the unemployment rate. I think that's a very wrong way to interpret these numbers.
Persons: Nela Richardson, Jason Furman, Kate Moore, we're, Jim Cramer, Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs, Diane Swonk, Grant Thornton Organizations: ADP Research Institute, Harvard's Kennedy School, BlackRock's Locations: U.S, Europe
We are doing this in lab animals successfully.”Neurotechnology has the potential to alter the mechanisms that make people human, so putting it in a “human rights framework” is appropriate, he added. The U.N.’s declaration, which laid the groundwork for international human rights, was adopted after World War II in 1948. A need for neuro-rights will grow as the developments become more popular and commercialized, the neurologists said. Some private companies sell wearable devices to monitor brain activity that claim to be capable of tracking moods and emotions. In November, the Spanish government proposed new rules for regulating artificial intelligence that includes specific provisions for neuro-rights, Yuste said.
Persons: neurologists, Rafael Yuste, ethicists, ” Yuste, ” Neurotechnology, , John Krakauer, Krakauer, “ What’s, , Yuste, Organizations: Thomson Reuters Foundation, Universal, Human, United Nations, New York’s Columbia University, Morningside Group, Web, Johns Hopkins University, U.S . Food, Drug Administration Locations: Maryland, U.S, Chile
“We have never done anything like this,” Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky said, speaking of the logistics of reaching billions of people with potential vaccines. Lester Holt interviews executives from Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, Moderna President Dr. Stephen Hoge and Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky. FDA scientists are also reviewing data on another vaccine candidate made by Moderna, and a third candidate from Johnson & Johnson is in a late-stage trial. The three executives said many factors contributed to making the vaccine candidates possible on timelines never before imagined. He said the standards of quality for the vaccine trials weren’t compromised.
Persons: Johnson, ” Johnson, Alex Gorsky, , Albert Bourla, Dr, Stephen Hoge —, Lester Holt, Gorsky, ” Gorsky, Stephen Hoge, ‘ I’m, , we’re, Paul Offit, BioNTech, Hoge, , ‘ We’re, ’ ” Hoge, , Bourla, ” Bourla, it’s, who’ve, “ What’s, ” Hoge Organizations: Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson, NBC, NBC ”, NBC Nightly, Dateline NBC, MSNBC, NBCNews.com, NBC News, Dateline, Food and Drug Administration, FDA, Vaccine Education, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, United Locations: Black, United Kingdom, U.S
NEW YORK/LONDON/MELBOURNE/MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. Europe’s largest airline boosted its 737 MAX order from Boeing to 210, adding 75 aircraft, the U.S.-based manufacturer said on Thursday. And if Ryanair proves to have been too ambitious, it can prolong delivery and payment to Boeing. Richard’s bid gives Orange Belgium an enterprise value of nearly 1.6 billion euros, including its estimated 274 million euros of debt. But global luxury sales will still be between $40 billion and $80 billion below pre-pandemic levels next year, says McKinsey.
Persons: Angus Mordant, Robert Cyran, Boeing’s, it’s, can’t, Lauren Silva Laughlin, Brent, George Hay, Richard, Franco, Patrick Drahi, Drahi’s, Ed Cropley, Valery Giscard d’Estaing, Francois Mitterrand, Giscard, Tom Wolfe’s, Sherman McCoy, “ Giscards, Christopher Thompson, Peter Jackson, Draftkings, Jackson, Liam Proud, Morgan Stanley, Aimee Donnellan, What’s, Alan Joyce, Joyce, Jeffrey Goldfarb, won’t, Lisa Jucca, Ackman’s, Neil Unmack Organizations: Reuters, Corona, REUTERS, Chevron, Boeing, Exxon Mobil, Ryanair, SCORE, of, Petroleum, Saudi, United Arab Emirates, U.S, drillers, Paris, Orange, FRANCE, Socialist, United, Portland Estates, Qantas Airways, Qantas, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Middle, McKinsey, Barclays, Diageo, Pershing Square Holdings, Euronext Amsterdam, London Stock Exchange Locations: MELBOURNE, MILAN, Loving County , Texas, U.S, Europe’s, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, ORANGE, France, Belgium, Brussels, Belgian, Orange Belgium, Amsterdam, , American, Dublin, confinements, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portland, Paris, London, Oslo, China, Middle Kingdom, Europe
Ryanair Announces Purchase of 75 Boeing 737 Max Jets
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
I don’t care whether they call it the Boeing Max, they call it the Boeing 737-8200, we call it the game changer, what you call it. What’s not often understood about the Boeing Max is it’s already accomplished over 840,000 flight hours. It’s been flying for 22 months, from May 2017 to March 2019 — 46 million people have already flown in the Max aircraft and loved it. It’s a great aircraft. We have reinstilled, reinvigorated use any word you like, everything that has anything to do with safety across our company.”
Persons: , Boeing Max, It’s, What’s, it’s, we’ve, Organizations: Boeing, Max, Ryanair Locations: Europe
LONDON/MELBOURNE/MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. Former French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office in Paris, France, February 11, 2016. LATEST- Valery Giscard d’Estaing- Flutter- Working from homeA CREDIT TO FRANCE. Peter Jackson, chief executive of Irish gambling group Flutter Entertainment, is doubling down on the burgeoning American sports-betting market. The stake’s current owner, Fastball, will get about $2.1 billion in cash and the rest in Flutter shares.
Persons: Valery Giscard d'Estaing, Valery Giscard d’Estaing, Francois Mitterrand, Giscard, Tom Wolfe’s, Sherman McCoy, “ Giscards, Christopher Thompson, Peter Jackson, Draftkings, Jackson, Liam Proud, Morgan Stanley, Aimee Donnellan, What’s, Alan Joyce, Joyce, Jeffrey Goldfarb, Ed Cropley, won’t, Lisa Jucca, Ackman’s, Neil Unmack Organizations: Reuters, Corona, FRANCE, Socialist, United, Portland Estates, Qantas Airways, Qantas, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Middle, McKinsey, Barclays, Diageo, Pershing Square Holdings, Euronext Amsterdam, London Stock Exchange Locations: MELBOURNE, MILAN, Paris, France, , American, Dublin, U.S, confinements, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portland, London, Oslo, China, Middle Kingdom, Europe
MELBOURNE/LONDON/MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. Such developments will make it the envy of many peers, some of which are still raising capital to cope with the pandemic. But global luxury sales will still be between $40 billion and $80 billion below pre-pandemic levels next year, says McKinsey. The hedge fund manager’s prescient bets against corporate credit ahead of the lockdown crisis have helped lift his London-listed fund’s net asset value by 63% this year. That may help close its roughly 20% discount to net asset value.
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Reuters Fact Check has repeatedly debunked false claims that COVID-19 is a hoax. Claim two: pneumonia not linked to COVID-19The speaker says: “Somebody said to me the other day my uncle has covid pneumonia. COVID-19 can cause pneumonia; it cannot cause a broken leg. Reuters has debunked similar false claims about the COVID-19 vaccine here, here and here . The disease can cause pneumonia.
Persons: , that’s what’s, it’s, Read Organizations: World Health, John Hopkins University, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Reuters, World Health Organization, WHO Locations: Maryland
Denmark went so far as to cull 17 million minks in November in response to outbreaks at more than 200 mink farms. The northern region of the country, where most fur farms lie, was placed under strict lockdowns. And across the Atlantic, mink farms in the U.S. are seeing Covid-19 spread and deaths of their own. At fur farms, minks are densely packed in conditions ripe for close contact with one another. Culling is often the answer when data on animal spread is inconclusive.
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That’s the industry term for money earmarked for a certain type of investment, like real estate, but not yet invested. It’s money waiting for a great opportunity, one that the Trump administration’s catastrophic management of the pandemic will surely provide. As of September, 9 percent of the nation’s 48 million homeowners with mortgages were behind on their housing payments, according to the Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey. Distressed sales are expected, leaving housing stock up for grabs at a time when most Americans cannot afford to take on new mortgages. In 2018, there were only 10 million affordable rentals on the private market and almost 18 million households with very low incomes that needed them.
Persons: Steven Mnuchin, Gary Painter, Mr, Painter, aren’t Organizations: Private, Trump, Invitation, . Price Center for Social Innovation, Policy Research Institute Locations: U.S, forbearance, Los Angeles
But revenue has collapsed even further because ambulance services are also now expected to treat people in place at the scene of an emergency. That’s a huge financial hit to ambulance companies that answer 911 calls across the country, especially because if Medicare doesn’t cover it, most insurance companies won’t either. The American Ambulance Association, he was told, was worried that EMS companies nationwide had not received the aid they needed. That money won’t specifically go to groups like ambulance companies, however. Ambulance companies across the country, however, insist that something must be done.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday declined to rule out a new vote for Scottish independence next year and hinted she might go to court for permission to hold one if London tried to block it. FILE PHOTO: Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaks at the Scottish Parliament where she gives an update on coronavirus disease (COVID-19)-related restrictions, in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain November 10, 2020. Elections to Scotland’s devolved parliament will take place in May, and Sturgeon’s Scottish National Party (SNP) is expected to perform strongly, which it argues would be a mandate for another independence referendum. Sturgeon said she wanted another vote “in the early part of the next term of the Scottish parliament rather than the later part”, declining to rule out a possible vote in autumn 2021. London must give permission for any plebiscite, and in remarks to BBC radio Sturgeon declined to preclude taking legal action should Johnson block another vote.
Persons: Nicola Sturgeon, Andy Buchanan, Sturgeon, “ I’m, I’m, , Boris Johnson, Johnson, Westminster, “ What’s, , Brexit, ” Sturgeon Organizations: Scottish, London, REUTERS Scots, Scottish National Party, Sky News, British, BBC, European Locations: Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain, British, United Kingdom, Scotland’s, London, European Union, COVID
Here’s what we are watching as markets kick into gear Monday.It’s shaping up to be a blah day after a stellar month. Futures tied to the S&P 500 fell 0.2%, while contracts tied to the Dow declined 0.5%. U.S. stocks are on track to complete a banner November, giving the Dow its best month in over 33 years, as investors cheer the prospect of Covid-19 vaccines halting the pandemic and fresh stimulus spending to bolster the economy. Read our full market wrap here. Mastercard, Advanced Micro Devices, Fastly...
Persons: — What’s Organizations: Dow, Mastercard, Devices Locations: U.S
WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government's leading infectious disease expert, warned that the travel-heavy Thanksgiving holiday could lead to a "superimposed" surge in Covid-19 cases as the nation heads into December. “What we expect, unfortunately, as we go for the next couple of weeks into December, is that we might see a surge superimposed on the surge we are already in,” he said. So Fauci said the “dynamics of an outbreak” show a three-to-five-week lag between serious mitigation efforts and the actual curbing of infection rates. Overall, America has had 13.3 million coronavirus cases and 267,000 deaths attributable to the virus, according to NBC News analysis. But I think it’s going to be able to get done because the local people have done that in the past.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, , , they’ll Organizations: NBC News, Press, NBC, Centers for Disease Control Locations: America, what’s, U.S
The Week in Business: Wall Street Is Thankful
  + stars: | 2020-11-29 | by ( Charlotte Cowles | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The Holidays, DeliveredThe holiday shopping season is officially in full swing — and has been for weeks already, from people’s couches. As the pandemic has pushed more people to do their shopping online, retailers are adjusting their business models and encouraging customers to place orders earlier if they want their stuff on time. And Amazon has recruited 100,000 temporary workers for the holiday season, on top of the more than 427,300 workers it hired from January to October this year. Analysts are expecting online holiday spending to surge by over 35 percent compared with last year. But that could be the least of the region’s problems if they can’t reach an agreement and a no-deal Brexit occurs.
Persons: Sackler, OxyContin, Giacomo Bagnara What’s, Trump’s, Trump, Mr . Biden, Biden, Macy’s Organizations: Purdue Pharma, Justice Department, Purdue, General Motors, European Locations: United States, California, America, European Union, Britain, France, England
Shut Down Your Computers, Kids, and Lace Up
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( Rachel Levin | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Many students, particularly tweens and teens, are not moving their bodies as much as they are supposed to be — during a pandemic or otherwise. Yet with many organized team sports on hiatus and athletic fields, playgrounds and climbing gyms closed or restricted to smaller groups during shorter hours, what’s an increasingly lazy child to do? More accurately: What’s a mother or father of an increasingly lazy child to do? Many parents are taking charge, finding informal and creative ways to entice their isolated tweens and teens off their screens and outside — with others, safely. To get your own younger ones moving, here are a few ideas from families around the country, all almost-guaranteed hits, even with winter coming.
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Black Friday? What About Sock Friday? Cozy Holiday Gifts Make Comfy Return
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Jason Gay | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
I used to be one of those lunatics who enjoyed adding unnecessary suspense to holiday shopping. I shopped the last weekend before Christmas, two days before Christmas, very often on Christmas Eve, and even on Christmas Day, at the always-open convenience store, trying to decide whether to buy my brother a 12-pack of Rolling Rock, or a Battlestar Galactica air freshener. The hazard of shopping late is what’s left to choose from. The Cool Toy is gone from shelves, as is most of everything else. By the time you wander into the...
Persons: lunatics, what’s
Coronavirus Aid: What’s Expiring Soon and What’s in the Works
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Andrew Duehren | Kristina Peterson | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Since approving a raft of coronavirus relief legislation in the spring, Congress has been unable to come together on a new aid package. The Trump administration took a number of executive actions to provide further aid during the impasse. With the end of the year approaching, several of the legislative and executive measures are set to expire, putting pressure on Congress to agree to further relief as cases of the virus set records and businesses face new restrictions. Here’s a look at what programs are expiring and what further...
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For Homeowners During Covid, It’s What’s On The Outside That Counts
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Christina Poletto | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.93   time to read: 1 min
Covid-19 and long stretches at home have turned owners’ attention to creating expansive, landscaped outdoor spaces. Keith Williams, co-owner of Nievera Williams, a landscape architecture firm in Palm Beach, Fla., says his business has been very busy. “Clients are focusing more on their gardens and how they use their exterior spaces, and just want a better and more functional experience altogether,” he says. One priority for clients, says Mr. Williams, is creating a space for items like pools, fountains and tennis courts....
Persons: Keith Williams, Nievera Williams, , Williams Locations: Palm Beach, Fla
For Homeowners During Covid, It’s What’s On the Outside That Counts
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Christina Poletto | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.93   time to read: 1 min
Covid-19 and long stretches at home have turned owners’ attention to creating expansive, landscaped outdoor spaces. Keith Williams, co-owner of Nievera Williams, a landscape architecture firm in Palm Beach, Fla., says his business has been very busy. “Clients are focusing more on their gardens and how they use their exterior spaces, and just want a better and more functional experience altogether,” he says. One priority for clients, says Mr. Williams, is creating a space for items like pools, fountains and tennis courts....
Persons: Keith Williams, Nievera Williams, , Williams Locations: Palm Beach, Fla
WASHINGTON — When President Trump pardoned Michael T. Flynn on Wednesday, he did more than wipe clean the record of his first national security adviser, who had twice pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I. He also bolstered the hopes of a wide array of clemency seekers that he might deliver a wave of pardons and commutations before leaving office. Among the others looking for pardons are two former Trump campaign advisers, Rick Gates and George Papadopoulos, who like Mr. Flynn were convicted in cases stemming from the special counsel’s Russia investigation. But lawyers and others who have been in touch with the White House say they anticipate that Mr. Trump will use his authority in cases that extend beyond those involving the special counsel’s inquiry and the lengthy cast of aides and associates who have gotten in legal trouble since he first ran for the presidency. Alan Dershowitz, the law professor who represented Mr. Trump during his impeachment trial, is advising two of his clients — a New Jersey man serving more than 20 years for defrauding investors, and a billionaire businessman convicted in what’s been called “one of North Carolina’s worst government corruption scandals” — on whether to seek clemency.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Trump, Michael T, Flynn, Rick Gates, George Papadopoulos, Alan Dershowitz, what’s Organizations: Trump Locations: Russia, New Jersey
10 Classical Concerts to Stream in December
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com + 0.97   time to read: +2 min
With many opera houses and concert halls still closed by the pandemic for months to come, the musical action has moved online. JACK Quartet and Conrad TaoDec. 3 at 8 p.m.; loc.gov and on Facebook and YouTube; available indefinitely. In something of a dream combination, the JACK Quartet will be joined by the pianist Conrad Tao for this Library of Congress virtual concert. On offer are an arrangement of Rodericus’s 14th-century Latin ballade “Angelorum Psalat”; Ruth Crawford Seeger’s modernist “String Quartet 1931”; and two Elliott Carter studies in contrasts, the Third String Quartet (1971) and the Duo for Violin and Piano (1974). Here is the whole thing, conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen and featuring a new script by Gerard McBurney, animation by Hillary Leben and narration by Stephen Fry.
Persons: That’s, JACK Quartet, Conrad Tao, JACK, , Ruth Crawford, Elliott Carter, Tyshawn Sorey, Conrad Tao ”, Tao, JOSHUA BARONE Philharmonia, Esa, Pekka Salonen, Gerard McBurney, Hillary Leben, Stephen Fry, JOSHUA BARONE Organizations: what’s, Facebook, YouTube, Philharmonia Orchestra of London
"Interior Chinatown," by Charles Yu. Hulu is currently developing “Interior Chinatown” as a series and Yu is adapting his own work. “That didn’t go over super well,” said Yu, the son of an aerospace engineer father and a mother who worked as a school district accountant. Wanting to be responsible and a financially independent member of the family, Yu chose to go to law school instead. Nearly 20 years later, Yu is a permanent part of American literature thanks to the National Book Award.
Persons: Charles Yu, it’s, ” Yu, Yu, William Faulkner, Flannery O’Connor, Philip Roth, Toni Morrison, , I’m, , Willis Wu, Wu, “ Kung Fu Guy, Inventively, we’re, Kelvin Yu, Donald Trump, they’re, what’s Organizations: NBC Asian, Book Foundation, Hulu, University of California, Columbia Law School Locations: , NBC Asian America, Chinatown, American, Golden, America’s, Los Angeles, Berkeley,
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