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A handful of states, including Texas and Nevada, have set up dedicated systems designed to restore tenants to their homes after an illegal lockout. She and her family still don't have a new apartment, she said, and the eviction cases on her record don't help. BI reviewed two years' worth of lockout cases from the department and found city lawyers routinely dismissed tickets, often without documenting why. Bridget Bennett for Business InsiderThat afternoon, Brown had three cases on his docket in which tenants were alleging they'd been illegally locked out and dozens of cases in which landlords were seeking formal evictions. In 2022, Miami-Dade County passed a tenant's bill of rights that underlines the illegality of lockouts and limits a landlord's ability to harass tenants.
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One federal law enforcement source told CNN she fired around 30 bullets. “That’s why federal authorities were executing search warrants,” he said, noting they are “looking for computers, any written documents, thumb drives, social media, online. But in her 30s, she described herself on social media as the founder of a real-estate and financial services firm. By her own account on social media pages, she is involved in sales of everything from new condos to shopping malls. Attorney William Capasso said he represented Moreno in 2021-2022 and told CNN Genesse Ivone Moreno went by the name Jeffrey Moreno Carranza at the time.
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The flurry of forest conservation deals with Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, Liberia and Tanzania were announced in the months ahead of the annual United Nations’ COP28 climate summit, being hosted this year in December by the United Arab Emirates. The annual climate summit is where global leaders and negotiators from nearly 200 countries will convene to decide how and when to ramp down fossil fuel use. Its parent company, Global Carbon Investments, has already agreed to transfer $1.5 billion to Zimbabwe in “pre-financing for carbon credits.” That’s more than the country spends on education and childcare, which combined are Zimbabwe’s biggest national expense. Minimum Emissions” slogan is a viable climate solution, even as global temperatures soar and scientists press for rapid fossil fuel cuts. Ironically, COP28 could be the arena that transforms ADNOC into a global oil major.
Persons: CNN —, Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, , Sultan Al Jaber —, Al Jaber, , Sultan Al Jaber, Callaghan O'Hare, Reuters Al Jaber, ADNOC, Jamie Henn, It’s, Henn, , Philip Morris, ” Henn, Renat Heuberger, Zinyange Auntony, Julia Jones, ’ ” Justin Kenrick, ” Patrick Galey, “ ADNOC, COP28, Bethlehem Feleke Organizations: CNN, Carbon, United Nations, United, Blue, US Department of Commerce, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, US, Reuters, Free Media, Climate Watch, UN, COP28, Global Carbon Investments, Mucheni conservancy, Getty, , Bangor University, Peoples, Forest Peoples Programme, Shell, BP, Global, Energy Locations: Dubai, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, Liberia, Tanzania, United Arab Emirates, UAE, Abu Dhabi, Houston, UN, COP28, Africa, , Swiss, Mucheni, Binga, AFP, Wales, Azerbaijan, Nairobi
Michael Regan, the administrator of the EPA, speaks onstage with Daniel Yergin, the vice chairman of S&P Global, during the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, Texas, U.S., March 9, 2023. The Community Change Grants are the single largest investment in environmental justice that has been made by an administration, and a key measure to achieve the administration's goal of ensuring that 40% of federal clean energy investment benefits flow to disadvantaged communities. The Biden administration's spending on climate and environmental justice measures has been under scrutiny by Republican lawmakers seeking to undercut the president's climate agenda. "This historic, unprecedented funding has the promise to turn disadvantaged and overburdened areas into healthy, resilient, and thriving communities for current and future generations,” EPA Administrator Michael Regan said. The EPA will review applications on a rolling basis and encouraged applicants to apply as early as possible.
Persons: Michael Regan, Daniel Yergin, Callaghan O'Hare, Valerie Volcovici, Franklin Paul Organizations: P Global, REUTERS, Rights, Biden, Republican, EPA, Virgin, Franklin Paul Our, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, Mexico
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump salutes during the national anthem at a campaign rally in Houston, Texas., U.S. November 2, 2023. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare Acquire Licensing RightsNov 3 (Reuters) - Former President Donald Trump on Thursday referred to people imprisoned for the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol as "hostages," during a campaign rally, his latest move to embrace his supporters involved in the riot. At the beginning of the event, Trump stood saluting as a song by men who were incarcerated for their role in the attack was played. It features Trump reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and the imprisoned men singing "The Star-Spangled Banner," the national anthem of the United States. Trump has promoted the song before, but his use of the word "hostage" marks his latest effort to portray people involved in the attack as martyrs.
Persons: Donald Trump, Callaghan O'Hare, Trump, Joe Biden, Nathan Layne, Susan Heavey, Scott Malone, Alistair Bell Organizations: REUTERS, U.S, Capitol, Democratic, Republican, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, Houston, United States, Wilton , Connecticut, Washington
Flavia Royon, Argentina's Secretary of Energy, poses for a portrait during the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, Texas, U.S., March 8, 2023. Ten fuel shipments imported by the government are beginning to arrive, although distribution may take a few days, Energy Secretary Flavia Royon told a local radio station, noting that there would be no abrupt price increases. Royon attributed the shortage in part to tourism during a long weekend and rumors of possible price increases following the Oct. 22 presidential election. Argentine refineries supply 80% of the local market while the rest comes from fuel imports. Among the factors causing the shortage, the companies cited high demand, the presidential elections, the beginning of crop planting and a higher than usual dependence on imports.
Persons: Flavia Royon, Callaghan O'Hare, Lucila Sigal, Walter Bianchi, Daina Beth Solomon, David Gregorio Our Organizations: Energy, REUTERS, Argentine, Axion Energy, Thomson Locations: Argentina's, Houston , Texas, U.S, BUENOS AIRES
REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSept 26 (Reuters) - A federal judge in Texas ruled on Tuesday that the state's new law limiting public drag performances was an unconstitutional restriction on speech and he permanently forbid enforcement of it. "Not all people will like or condone certain performances," U.S. District Judge David Hittner wrote. Hittner ruled that the Texas law was discriminatory and improperly vague. He said drag performances were not inherently obscene, and were the sort of expressive speech protected by the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment. Other federal judges in Tennessee, Florida and Montana have blocked similar new drag restrictions, finding similar free-speech violations.
Persons: Joy, Callaghan O'Hare, David Hittner, Hittner, Jonathan Allen, David Gregorio Our Organizations: REUTERS, District, U.S, American Civil Liberties Union, Thomson Locations: Buddy’s, Houston , Texas, U.S, Texas, Tennessee , Florida, Montana
REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Aug 31 (Reuters) - The Biden administration is offering $12 billion in grants and loans for automakers and suppliers to retrofit their plants to produce electric and other advanced vehicles, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Thursday. "I don't know that this will have an impact on the collective bargaining," Granholm said, adding that the administration has spoken with automakers, auto workers, and communities. The administration will also offer $3.5 billion in funding to domestic battery manufacturers, Granholm said. For the advanced vehicles, $2 billion in grants will come from the Inflation Reduction Act which was passed by Democrats last year, and $10 billion in loans will derive from the Energy Department's Loans Program Office. Reporting by Timothy Gardner in Washington Editing by Bill Berkrot and Matthew LewisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Energy Jennifer Granholm, Daniel Yergin, Callaghan O'Hare, Biden, Jennifer Granholm, Granholm, Joe Biden, Shawn Fain, Timothy Gardner, Bill Berkrot, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Energy, P Global, REUTERS, Rights, United Auto Workers, UAW, Detroit Three, Energy Department, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, Michigan, Michigan , Ohio , Illinois, Indiana, Belvidere , Illinois, Washington
REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Aug 31 (Reuters) - The United States is making $12 billion available in grants and loans for automakers and suppliers to retrofit their plants to produce electric and other advanced vehicles, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told reporters on Thursday. The Biden administration will also offer $3.5 billion in funding to domestic battery manufacturers, Granholm said. For the advanced vehicles, $2 billion of the funding will come from the Inflation Reduction Act which Democrats passed last year, and $10 billion will come from the Energy Department's Loans Program Office, Granholm said. The automaker has left open the possibility that the factory could get a new product with government aid. Reporting by Timothy Gardner in Washington Editing by Matthew LewisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Energy Jennifer Granholm, Daniel Yergin, Callaghan O'Hare, Jennifer Granholm, Biden, Granholm, Shawn Fain, Timothy Gardner, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Energy, P Global, REUTERS, Rights, United Auto Workers, UAW, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, United States, Michigan , Ohio , Illinois, Indiana, Belvidere , Illinois, Washington
[1/3] U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm delivers a speech during the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, Texas, U.S., March 8, 2023. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare/File PhotoWASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - The largest U.S. solar power site and other clean energy projects could be built on lands owned by the Department of Energy, including where components for Cold War-era atomic bombs were developed, the agency said on Friday. The administration wants the U.S. grid to run on clean energy by 2035. The event included developers of renewable power and nuclear power, involving participants with experience implementing clean electricity projects generating at least 200 megawatts. Reporting by Timothy Gardner and Laura Sanicola in Washington Editing by Marguerita ChoyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Energy Jennifer Granholm, Callaghan O'Hare, Jennifer Granholm, Granholm, Joe Biden's, Hanford, Timothy Gardner, Laura Sanicola, Marguerita Choy Organizations: Energy, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, Department of Energy, DOE, U.S . Energy, Washington , D.C, Idaho National Laboratory, Nevada Nuclear Security, Manhattan, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, Washington ,, Hanford, Richland , Washington, Idaho, Idaho Falls , Idaho, Nye County , Nevada, Savannah, Aiken , South Carolina, Carlsbad , New Mexico, Washington
Timothy Shea's sentence was the longest imposed over the "We Build the Wall" campaign, which federal prosecutors said raised more than $25 million from hundreds of thousands of donors. Two other defendants, who pleaded guilty, received shorter prison terms. Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon was also charged in the case, but Trump pardoned him in the final hours of his presidency. Two other defendants, the campaign's leader Brian Kolfage and Andrew Badolato, pleaded guilty and were sentenced in April to 4-1/4 years and three years in prison, respectively. Bannon was criminally charged last September by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg with state law violations arising from the wall campaign.
Persons: Donald Trump, Greg Abbott, Callaghan O'Hare, Donald, Timothy Shea's, Steve Bannon, Trump, Shea, Analisa Torres, Torres, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, Bannon, Attorney Alvin Bragg, Luc Cohen, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Texas, REUTERS, Trump, District, U.S, Prosecutors, Manhattan, Attorney, Thomson Locations: U.S, Mexico, Pharr , Texas, Manhattan, Rock , Colorado, New York
Walmart plans to expand its specialty HIV outreach
  + stars: | 2023-06-09 | by ( Bertha Coombs | )   time to read: +2 min
Every month, he picks up medication at his local Walmart pharmacy that makes HIV undetectable and untransmittable — a prospect that was unthinkable just a generation ago. Yet racial and ethnic disparities remain pronounced, with people of color accounting for a disproportionate share of new HIV diagnoses. Walmart launched an HIV specialty-pharmacy pilot program in late 2021, targeting just over half a dozen highly affected communities, including Rosario's county in New Jersey. "We can see from the data that that there's a need here — there's a higher incidence of HIV," said Kevin Host, Walmart pharmacy senior vice president. Now, the retail giant plans to expand its program to more than 80 HIV-specialty facilities across nearly a dozen states by the end of this year.
Persons: David Rosario, Rosario, Kevin Host, Callaghan, Gemima Kleine, it's Organizations: Walmart, Disease Control, Shoppers, Callaghan O'Hare, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: New York City, New Jersey, Rosario's, Charlotte , North Carolina
Aug. 8, 2022: Trump discloses that FBI agents searched Mar-a-Lago and broke into a safe in what one of Trump's sons said was part of a federal investigation into retention of records. It shows that 11 sets of classified documents were taken from Trump's property. Nov. 16, 2022: Trump announces he will run for the Republican nomination in the 2024 U.S. presidential election. Nov. 20, 2022: U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland appoints U.S. Special Counsel Jack Smith to preside over criminal matters relating to Trump, including the classified documents investigation. December 2022: Trump lawyer Tim Parlatore appears before a federal grand jury in Washington to describe efforts to search Trump properties for any remaining government documents.
Persons: Donald Trump, Callaghan O'Hare, Trump, Trump's, Aileen Cannon, Raymond Dearie, Cannon, General Merrick Garland, Jack Smith, Tim Parlatore, Evan Corcoran, Smith's, Parlatore, Boris Epshteyn, Biden, Jacqueline Thomsen, David Bario, Howard Goller Organizations: U.S, REUTERS, Trump's, White, National Archives, Records Administration, U.S . Justice Department, Justice Department, DOJ, Senior U.S, District, Circuit, Trump, Republican, Department, CNN, Thomson Locations: U.S, Mexico, Pharr , Texas, Lago, Florida, Brooklyn, Washington, Miami
[1/2] Former U.S. President Donald Trump visits an unfinished section of the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border in Pharr, Texas, June 30, 2021. While president in 2018, Trump said he planned to issue an executive order to limit birthright citizenship, but never followed through. Many legal scholars at the time were skeptical that Trump could use executive authority to roll back the right. Trump noted that many countries restrict birthright citizenship for non-citizens. As president, Trump pursued hardline policies toward immigration and took steps toward building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border that he had promised as a candidate in 2016.
Persons: Donald Trump, Callaghan O'Hare, Trump, Joe Biden, Ted Hesson, Will Dunham, Mica Rosenberg Organizations: U.S, REUTERS, Callaghan O'Hare WASHINGTON, Republican, Twitter, Trump, Democrat, Thomson Locations: U.S, Mexico, Pharr , Texas, United States, Southern, American, Washington
One year since COVID claimed 1 million US lives
  + stars: | 2023-05-17 | by ( Dave Lucas | )   time to read: 1 min
Dr. Joseph Varon, 58, the chief medical officer at United Memorial Medical Center, hugs Christina Mathers, 43, a nurse from his team who became infected with COVID-19, at United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC), during the coronavirus outbreak, in Houston, Texas, July 25, 2020. Mathers was told she tested positive for COVID-19 after she reported feeling ill during one of her shifts. "That's the hardest thing to ever hear... It messes with you," said Mathers, who has been working every other day since April 29. "But I wouldn't go anywhere else but here."
GenBioPro asked the U.S. District Court for Maryland to preemptively block the FDA from pulling the company's 2019 approval to distribute the company's version of mifepristone. GenBioPro has said in court filings that it supplies two-thirds of the mifepristone used in the U.S. for abortions. "GenBioPro will use all regulatory and legal tools to protect access to mifepristone for patients and providers." The Supreme Court last week temporarily put the appeal's court rulings on hold. But the Supreme Court as early as Wednesday could move to lift that ban or leave it in place pending further legal challenges to the rulings
[1/2] A box containing a Mifepristone tablet is seen at Blue Mountain Clinic in Missoula, Montana, U.S. February 28, 2023. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare/File PhotoCompanies Genbiopro Inc FollowWASHINGTON, April 19 (Reuters) - GenBioPro Inc, maker of the only U.S. generic version of the abortion pill mifepristone, on Wednesday filed a lawsuit seeking to ensure that it can continue selling its pill amid ongoing legal challenges. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Baltimore, comes as the U.S. Supreme Court is poised to decide by midnight whether to block a lower court order that would undo the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's approval of GenBioPro's generic pill. GenBioPro in its lawsuit named the FDA as a defendant so that it can ask the court to order the agency to keep the drug on the market. The privately held, Nevada-based company currently supplies a majority of the mifepristone used for medication abortion in the United States.
52-week high date: April 5, 2022 Percent below 52-week high: 68.4% Forward P/E: 2.1 We continue to view troubled Bausch Health as a wait-and-see situation. CTRA 1Y mountain Coterra's stock performance over the past 12 months. 52-week high date: May 31, 2022 Percent below 52-week high: 26.94% Forward P/E: 9.5 Our view on Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) is similar to Coterra. 52-week high date: June 8, 2022 Percent below 52-week high: 24.46% Forward P/E: 10.4 Like our two other energy stocks, we want to see another pullback in Halliburton shares before we'd add to our position. 52-week high date: Jan. 27, 2023 Percent below 52-week high: 18.26% Forward P/E: 13.4 Caterpillar is a beaten-down stock worth buying.
[1/2] Patrick Pouyanne, the CEO of TotalEnergies, listens to a question from Daniel Yergin, the vice chairman of S&P Global, during the CERAWeek 2023 energy conference in Houston, Texas, U.S., March 8, 2023. REUTERS/Callaghan O'HareCompanies TotalEnergies SE FollowHOUSTON, March 8 (Reuters) - A protestor briefly interrupted an on-stage discussion with France's TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA) Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne at an energy industry conference in Houston on Wednesday. The protestor unfurled a banner and shouted "stop your greenwashing and lies." She was ushered away before the on-stage discussion between Pouyanne and U.S. energy historian Daniel Yergin continued. The CERAWeek energy conference is the biggest annual gathering of oil executives and officials and takes place in Houston, the capital of the U.S. energy industry.
[1/4] John Podesta, the White House senior advisor for clean energy, delivers a speech during the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, Texas, U.S., March 6, 2023. REUTERS/Callaghan O'HareMarch 6 (Reuters) - U.S. imports of solar panels from Chinese suppliers are increasing as customs officials have clarified rules around complying with a new law banning goods made with forced labor, a White House official said on Monday. Trina Solar Co Ltd (688599.SS), a major Chinese solar manufacturer, told Reuters that more than 900 megawatts of solar panels has cleared U.S. customs in the last four months, with less than 1% of those products being detained for examination. Trina rival Jinko Solar Holding Co Ltd (JKS.N) has also had shipments released from detention, a source close to the company said. Reporting by Richard Valdmanis in Houston Editing by Chris Reese and David GregorioOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
It enrages me," Tucker Carlson wrote in a text message to his producer Alex Pfeiffer. "Not a single Fox witness testified that they believe any of the allegations about Dominion are true," Dominion lawyers wrote. Imho they need to address but wtf do I know," Hannity wrote in a text message, referring to Newsmax. That email, Dominion's lawyers write, came from an unnamed author who claimed to be a beheaded ghost who talks to the wind. President Trump not only was the sitting President, he was the key figure that day," Dominion's lawyers wrote.
Entrepreneur Deidre Mathis made an effort to not Google Donna Harris, her new business mentor, before their first meeting. Through the mentorship relationship, Mathis identified her values and mission, and enshrined those in her company culture. One of Mathis' goals was to hire a manager. With these documents, Harris coached Mathis through the values-creation process, where the two determined the ethos of Mathis' business based on her personal values and priorities. "As a small-business owner, your personal values and your business values are an overlapping Venn diagram," Harris said.
But for the life insurance industry, experts say the long-term effects aren't yet known. Faced with a staggering loss of life, insurance firms saw payouts soar during the pandemic. The demand for life insurance policies also jumped as consumers rushed to protect loved ones. Individual U.S life insurance application activity increased by 3.4% in 2021, following a record-breaking year-over-year growth of 3.9% in 2020, according to the MIB Life Index's 2021 annual report. However, the life insurance industry is still wrestling with mortality changes and how these shifts may affect the underwriting process.
[1/14] A voter waits in line to cast their ballot during the midterm elections, in McAllen, Texas, U.S., November 8, 2022. REUTERS/Callaghan O'HarePHOENIX, Ariz./BIRMINGHAM, Mich., Nov 8 (Reuters) - Republicans were favored to wrest control of the U.S. House of Representatives away from President Joe Biden's Democrats based on early returns in Tuesday's midterm elections, though the prospects of a "red wave" appeared to have dimmed. But importantly, that number can change as close to 200 of the 435 House races had yet to be called, including some with vulnerable Republican incumbents. But even a narrow Republican House majority would be able to block Biden's priorities while launching politically damaging investigations into his administration and family. (Live election results from around the country are here.)
Chatbots: A long and complicated history
  + stars: | 2022-08-20 | by ( Catherine Thorbecke | )   time to read: +11 min
Nearly 60 years later, the market is flooded with chatbots of varying quality and use cases from tech companies, banks, airlines and more. Others, meanwhile, warn the technology behind AI-powered chatbots remains much more limited than some people wish it may be. While they used similar technology to the earlier, social chatbots, Khudanpur said, “you really couldn’t call them chatbots. )”Return to social chatbots, and social problemsIn the early 2000s, researchers began to revisit the development of social chatbots that could carry an extended conversation with humans. This refrain would be repeated by other tech giants that released public chatbots, including Meta’s BlenderBot3, released earlier this month.
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