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At 17, I was kicked out of high school because I skipped class to work at my fast-food job and hang out with my friends. I was always interested in the MarinesAfter getting kicked out of school, I enlisted in the Marine Corps. AdvertisementI got my GED and took 15 units of entry-level community college classes, like English 101 and US History. AdvertisementI left the military and began classes at a community collegeTragically, our first daughter died during birth. It's pretty amazing that a Black kid from a low-income family who didn't finish high school was able to achieve all of this.
Persons: , Andrew Hanson, I'd, Stanford, I've, they've, Lauryn Haas Organizations: Service, Business, Marines, Marine Corps, School of Infantry, Tragically, Stanford, Columbia, Department of Justice, Harvard University, Department of Veterans Affairs, Harvard Locations: Virginia, Chicago, Camp Pendleton , California, Iraq, New Orleans, California, Washington, Cambridge , Massachusetts, Skadden, Slate, lhaas@businessinsider.com
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman speaks during the Microsoft Build conference at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, on May 21, 2024. OpenAI last week removed Aleksander Madry, one of OpenAI's top safety executives, from his role and reassigned him to a job focused on AI reasoning, sources familiar with the situation confirmed to CNBC. Madry will still work on core AI safety work in his new role, OpenAI told CNBC. The decision to reassign Madry came less than a week before a group of Democratic senators sent a letter to OpenAI CEO Sam Altman concerning "questions about how OpenAI is addressing emerging safety concerns." Leike wrote in a post on X that OpenAI's "safety culture and processes have taken a backseat to shiny products."
Persons: Sam Altman, OpenAI, Aleksander Madry, Madry, reassign Madry, it's, Lina Khan, they've, Ilya Sutskever, Jan Leike, Leike, Greg Brockman, Brockman, Altman Organizations: Microsoft, CNBC, MIT's Center, MIT, Democratic, Google, Meta, FTC, Department of Justice, Nvidia Locations: Redmond , Washington
Alphabet is set to report second-quarter earnings after the market closes Tuesday, one of the first of the " Magnificent Seven " to post its results this earnings season. For Google search revenue, Wolfe Research estimates growth of 12.6% compared to the prior-year period. Wolfe has an outperform rating on Alphabet and a share price target of $240, implying more than 32% upside from Monday's close. Deutsche Bank, Bank of America and TD Cowen all increased their price targets on the stock heading into earnings. GOOGL mountain 2024-07-22 Alphabet, 2-day Bernstein analyst Mark Shmulik also chooses to stay neutral, rating Alphabet market perform.
Persons: LSEG, Baird, Colin Sebastian, Wolfe, Shweta Khajuria, TD Cowen, Benjamin Black, Justin Post, John Blackledge, Barton Crockett, Rosenblatt, Bernstein, Mark Shmulik, Shmulik Organizations: Google, Wolfe Research, Deutsche Bank , Bank of America, Bank of America, YouTube, Rosenblatt Securities, Department of Justice, DOJ
All flights were grounded for United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Allegiant Airlines on Friday. Meanwhile, thousands of companies around the world are struggling with payment processing after the outage brought down systems across a wide range of businesses. Airlines, banks, TV channels and other businesses were disrupted worldwide on Friday following a major computer systems outage linked to an update on an antivirus program. In addition to hospitals, blood donation centers have experienced challenges and are altering blood shipment methods due to flight delays. The Social Security Administration closed its local offices to the public on Friday after the outage shut down numerous services.
Persons: , , Kiah Hampton, Hampton, Jennifer Small, ” Small, Ty Kelley, “ I’m, Miya Haney, Dave DeWalt, George Kurtz, ” Kurtz, Etienne Laurent, Kim Brown, ” Brown, Laura Topete, ” Topete, Ted Wheeler, Kathy Hochul Organizations: CNN, Microsoft, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Allegiant Airlines, Airlines, Atlanta’s Hartsfield, Jackson International Airport, ” Spirit Airlines, Shipping, UPS, FedEx, Marriott International, Hilton, McAfee, Infrastructure Security Agency, Delta Airlines, Getty, Kaiser Permanente, Health, Hospital Medical, Epic Systems, US Department of Health, Human Services, York Blood Center, Angeles, Superior Court, Department, , United States Customs, Border Protection, CBP, Social Security Administration, US Department of Justice Locations: United States, Los Angeles, ” New Jersey, Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Alaska, Phoenix, New York City, Texas , Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Airlines, Kaiser, San Jose , California, Portland , Oregon, Southern California, San Diego County, Arizona, Maricopa County, New York
Timeline: How the CrowdStrike outage unfolded
  + stars: | 2024-07-20 | by ( Eva Rothenberg | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +10 min
Washington, DC, public transportation services — including trains and buses — begin experiencing delays, according to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. At 5:30 a.m., US cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike tells customers that it was “aware of reports of crashes” of its software on Microsoft Windows operating systems, according to a company advisory viewed by CNN. Australian lenders ANZ and Westpac were also impacted, according to Downdetector, a website that tracks cyber outages. Other states also report impacts to their driving services, including Georgia, North Carolina, Texas and Tennessee. CrowdStrike would take steps “to prevent anything like this from happening again,” according to a statement on the company’s website.
Persons: Ted Wheeler, they’re, We’re, Charlotte, Biden, Joe Biden, George Kurtz, , Brigham, Dana, Blood, Andrea Cefarelli, Jenny Ficenec, , Kurtz, CrowdStrike Organizations: New, New York CNN, Federal Aviation Administration, American Airlines, FAA, Allegiant Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Microsoft, CNN, CrowdStrike’s, Fortune, White, National Security, Global, Australia’s Commonwealth Bank, Bank of Israel, ANZ, Westpac, ASB Bank . Portland, Emergency, Dispatch, United Airlines, Air Lines, Hartsfield Jackson International, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, , Miami International Airport, Customs, Border, Alaska State Troopers, Phoenix Police Department, Computer, Police, Rescue, Federal Communications Commission, US Department of Homeland Security, CrowdStrike, Social, US Department of Justice, UPS, FedEx, Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Vehicle, Mass, Penn Medicine, Northwell, Emory Healthcare, Farber Cancer Institute, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Provincial Health Services Authority, New York Blood Center, Northeast, Centers of America, Assurance Locations: New York, Alaska, Arizona, Delta, United, Washington, DC, New York City, North, Georgia, North Carolina , Texas, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Atlanta, Boston, British Columbia, New, Northeast United States, North Carolina, Virginia
The Equal Credit Opportunity Act prohibits discrimination in credit transactions. However, it's worth acknowledging that things aren't as bleak as they were decades ago — and a big part of that credit goes to the enactment of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. What is the Equal Credit Opportunity Act? The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) is a federal law that promotes fairness and prohibits discrimination in credit transactions. Your rights under the Equal Credit Opportunity ActBefore applying for a loan or taking out a line of credit, make sure you know your rights under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act so you're not taken advantage of.
Persons: ECOA, I've, Dominic James Murray, Cameron James, JPMorgan Chase Organizations: Black, Regulation, United States, Independent, Southern, of New, JPMorgan Chase, JPMorgan, telltale, Chevron, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, National Credit Union Administration, Federal Reserve Board, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Department of Justice Locations: of New York, Chevron
UNH 1M mountain UnitedHealth stock over the past month. Think Centene , Molina Healthcare , UnitedHealth and Humana , among others. Managed-care companies historically buck the broader trend of health stocks and outperform in the first year after an election, according to Raymond James. Unlike UnitedHealth, shares have fallen — down 3% — since the June debate. Raymond James sees Oscar Health , HCA Healthcare and Tenet Healthcare as beneficiaries of a victory by the left.
Persons: Raymond James, Chris Meekins, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, quieted, Biden, Meekins, Centene, Trump, Bernstein, Jefferies, David Windley, UnitedHealth, Ben Hendrix, Optum, John Ransom, Piper Sandler, Ransom, Lance Wilkes, Oscar, — Ransom, Oscar's Organizations: Affordable, Trump, UnitedHealth, Republican, Biden, GOP, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice, ACA, Medicare, Molina Healthcare, RBC Capital Markets, CVS Health, RBC Capital, DOJ, Humana, Healthcare, GoodRx Holdings, Democratic, Oscar Health, Tenet Healthcare, Aetna Locations: Molina, UnitedHealth, U.S, Thursday's, Florida, Texas
Even before the debate, Mr. Biden had told confidants that he believed he had a far better chance than Ms. Harris of beating Mr. Trump. By making the case for himself publicly and privately, Mr. Biden has implicitly had to downplay her chances of winning. Image Mr. Biden arriving in Dover, Del., late Wednesday night, on his way to spend time at his home in Rehoboth Beach. “She’s not only a great vice president,” Mr. Biden said at the N.A.A.C.P. Brenda Pollard, a Democratic delegate for Mr. Biden, said she hoped Mr. Biden would not step down as the nominee.
Persons: Biden, Kamala Harris’s, Biden’s, Kamala Harris, Harris’s, Donald J, Trump, Jeff Zients, Biden —, Zients, Shuwanza Goff, Harris, Doug Mills, , Mr, confidants, Yuri Gripas, Joe Biden —, Donald Trump, , Kirsten Allen, Eric Lee, J.D, Vance of Ohio, Kamala ”, , Ms, “ She’s, ” Mr, Brenda Pollard, he’ll, Pollard, , ” Ms Organizations: White, White House, New York Times, Mr, Democratic, Communications, The New York Times, Credit, Trump —, Biden, Republican National Convention, Department of Justice, Republican, West Wing Locations: Delaware, Dover, Del, Rehoboth Beach . Credit, San Francisco, Dallas, Greensboro, N.C, Nevada, Las Vegas, United States, Washington, Durham
Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, walks upon arrival at Fort Lesley J. McNair in Washington, DC, on July 1, 2024. The motions follow the ruling Monday by Florida federal court Judge Aileen Cannon tossing out Smith's prosecution of Trump over his retention of classified documents after leaving the White House. Cannon ruled that Smith's appointment as special counsel violated the Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution. He is awaiting trial in Los Angeles federal court on federal tax crime charges, which Biden's lawyers likewise are asking a judge there to toss out. That ruling related to Smith's pending prosecution of Trump in Washington, D.C., federal court for crimes associated with Trump's attempt to reverse his loss to President Biden in the 2020 election.
Persons: Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, Fort Lesley J, McNair, Clarence Thomas, Donald Trump, Jack Smith, Trump, David Weiss, Aileen Cannon, Cannon, Biden, Weiss Organizations: Fort, Supreme, White, U.S . Constitution, of Justice, Washington , D.C Locations: Washington ,, California, Delaware, Florida, U.S ., Los Angeles, Trump
The fleet of 500 vehicles operating in the city belongs to Apollo Go, a unit of Chinese tech giant Baidu (BIDU). There have also been complaints from residents in Wuhan about traffic jams, as driverless cars fail to respond to traffic lights. Uncertainty over the safety and reliability of driverless cars has cast a long shadow over the industry in the US. Last week, authorities in Shanghai’s Pudong New Area started handing out licenses to driverless car operators, including Apollo Go and Alibaba-backed AutoX, according to state media China Daily. California-based startup Pony.ai, backed by Toyota and Saudi Arabia, was also given the green light to test driverless vehicles in the financial hub.
Persons: You’ll, ” Tu Le, robotaxi, Apollo Go’s, Apollo, Waymo, Elon Musk, Go Organizations: Hong Kong CNN —, Weibo, Baidu, Global Times, Sino, CNN, National Bureau of Statistics, Apollo Go, United, GM, Department of Justice, McKinsey, Pudong New Area, Toyota, Beijing Municipal Bureau of, Information Technology, People’s Daily Locations: China, Hong Kong, Wuhan, Weibo, United States, United Arab Emirates, California, Beijing, Shenzhen, Pudong, . California, Saudi Arabia, Bao’an district, People’s
The pandemic accelerated the rise of telehealth, which these DTC companies are a part of both culturally and legally. Hims & Hers Health has a market cap of over $4 billion. Those at the forefront of the DTC health revolution have American guys right where they want them: insecure, on edge, and ready to open their wallets. Plenty of doctors have sounded the alarm about DTC telehealth companies, and some firms have gotten into legal trouble, too. For all the issues with DTC companies, it's fair to note that traditional healthcare settings are far from perfect.
Persons: Paul, he'd, who's, He's, doesn't, Nobody, didn't, Matthew McCoy, what's, Ashwini Nagappan, Joshua Halpern, Halpern, Nagappan, McCoy, Hims, , you've, They're, men's, Ro, Emily Stewart Organizations: View Research, Department of Medical, University of Pennsylvania, UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health, Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, telemedicine, of Justice, Business Locations: Hims
Lulls on work email were filled by push notifications from the New Yorker about an article I'd never have time to read, or "news" from Facebook. During those eight months, for the first time, I experimented with new work approaches and established guidelines to protect my time. On weekdays, I didn't check my email until I arrived at work and only once after I left. This was most apparent during a presentation I gave on behalf of a client to the Department of Justice that August. When doing a similar presentation months earlier, I'd canceled weekend plans and worked late nights to prepare.
Persons: Lulls, I'd, , caseload Organizations: Service, Yorker, Facebook, Business, Department of Justice
Can Boeing get back to its glory days?
  + stars: | 2024-07-18 | by ( Leslie Josephs | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +17 min
Then on Jan. 5, about six minutes and 16,000 feet into a packed flight out of Portland, Oregon, a door plug blew out of a nearly new Boeing 737 Max 9. The Federal Aviation Administration barred Boeing from increasing output of its Max planes and stepped up hands-on inspections at production plants. The 737 was dubbed "Baby Boeing" and went on to become the company's bestseller, helping to make Boeing the largest U.S. exporter. Pilots in those Boeing planes fought against a flight-control system, the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, that pushed the nose of the planes downward repeatedly. Boeing has said it aims to increase rates to about 50 Max planes a month in the next few years.
Persons: Joshua Roberts, Max, AeroSystems, Sen, Richard Blumenthal, Conn, Dave Calhoun, Boeing hasn't, Brian West, Aengus Kelly, Bob Jordan, I'm, Antonoaldo Neves, Calhoun, Steve Mollenkopf, Pat Shanahan, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, AerCap's Kelly, Mulugeta Ayene, we've, NASA —, Scott Kirby, McDonnell Douglas, Rob Spingarn, Kirby, Spirit Aerosystems, William Campbell, it's, It's, Howard McKenzie, Kevin Lamarque, Goldman Sachs, Noah Poponak, Alex Krutz Organizations: American Airlines Boeing, Reagan National, FAA, Reuters Boeing, Wall, Boeing, Justice Department, Alaska Airlines, National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB, Via Reuters Industry, Farnborough, Federal Aviation Administration, Airbus, JPMorgan, Etihad Airways, General Electric, Blackstone, Qualcomm, Lion, Ethiopian Airlines, Pilots, Justice, Reuters, NASA, Lion Air, CNBC, Research, Max, Spirit, Corbis, Jefferies, DOJ, Senate Homeland Security, Governmental Affairs, Capitol, Patriot Industrial Partners Locations: Los Angeles, United States, Washington , U.S, Portland , Oregon, Alaska, U.S, Maldives, Wall, United Kingdom, Boeing's, Emirates, Southwest, United, Indonesia, Addis Ababa, Bishoftu, Debre Zeit, Ethiopia, BOZEMAN , MT, Wichita , Kansas, Bozeman, Bozeman , Montana, Seattle, Chicago, Arlington , Virginia, Wichita, South Carolina, Washington
Michail Chkhikvishvili, a 21-year-old man from the Republic of Georgia, was indicted on four charges, including soliciting hate crimes and acts of mass violence, according to a statement from the US Department of Justice. In November 2023, Chkhikvishvili began planning a “mass casualty event” for New York City on New Year’s Eve, prosecutors said. “The scheme involved an individual dressing up as Santa Claus and handing out candy laced with poison to racial minorities and children at Jewish schools in Brooklyn,” the Department of Justice statement said. He “drafted step-by-step instructions to carry out the scheme” and shared with the undercover officer “detailed manuals on creating and mixing lethal poisons and gases,” the statement said. “For example, and among other things, the handbook encourages its readers to commit school shootings and to use children to perpetrate suicide bombings and other mass killings targeting racial minorities,” the Justice Department statement said.
Persons: Santa Claus, Michail, Chkhikvishvili, Butcher, , , Matthew G, Olsen, Breon, Robert R, Wells, Eve, , Prosecutors, ” Chkhikvishvili Organizations: Nazi, US Department of Justice, Justice Department’s National Security Division, Eastern, of, FBI’s National Security Branch, New York, Jewish, Department of Locations: Europe, New York City, Republic of Georgia, Nazi, of New York, New, Brooklyn, United States
Read previewThe Biden administration's new process to help student-loan borrowers get rid of their debt in court is working. On Wednesday, the Justice Department released an update on bankruptcy for borrowers following new guidance it released in 2022. "Our clear, fair, and practical standards are helping struggling borrowers find relief that was previously out of reach," Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal said in a statement. "This data should puncture the myth that struggling borrowers cannot discharge their student loan debt through bankruptcy," he continued. AdvertisementThe Justice Department did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for the total number of borrowers who have received discharges through this process.
Persons: , Biden, Education James Kvaal, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Benjamin Mizer Organizations: Service, Justice Department, Business, Education, Justice, Department of Justice, Student Defense, Democratic
An Amazon workers pull a cart of packages for delivery on E 14th Street on July 12, 2022 in New York City. Amazon Prime Day, the 48-hour discount blitz that kicks off Tuesday, is a "major" cause of worker injuries, according to the preliminary results of a Senate probe. The Senate's Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee on Tuesday released the interim results of a yearlong investigation into Amazon's warehouse working conditions just as the company holds its annual Prime Day deals event. The report cites an internal Amazon document, titled "2021 Prime Day Lessons Learned," which states Amazon "met only 71.2 percent of its hiring target," between May and June of 2021, ending the week of that year's Prime Day event. Amazon has faced scrutiny in recent years over its workplace injury record and its treatment of warehouse and delivery workers.
Persons: Sen, Bernie Sanders, Kelly Nantel, Nantel, It's, it's Organizations: Amazon, Health, Education, Labor, Pensions, Occupational Safety, Health Administration, OSHA, U.S, Attorney's, U.S . Department of Justice Locations: New York City, Vermont, U.S
Read previewIn the wake of an assassination attempt against him, Donald Trump has an idea to unite the country: stop prosecuting him. Shortly after a Florida judge dismissed the classified documents case against Trump, Trump urged in a post on Truth Social on Monday that all remaining charges against him should be dropped. Without providing any details, Trump told the Post "we hear" that Biden will order the Department of Justice to drop its criminal cases against Trump. Trump and the GOP have repeatedly alleged, long before Saturday's shooting, that Biden is behind the charges against Trump. "Our prayers are with the victims of the shooting, President Trump and our country."
Persons: , Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden's, us, Biden, Biden wouldn't, there's, Robert O'Brien, Mike Lee of, We've, O'Brien Organizations: Service, Trump, Business, Democrat Justice Department, The New York, of Justice, DOJ, GOP, Sunday Locations: Pennsylvania, Florida, Mike Lee of Utah, PA, New York, Georgia
Read the Ruling That Dismisses the Documents Case Against Trump
  + stars: | 2024-07-15 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +2 min
Case 9:23-cr-80101-AMC Document 672 Entered on FLSD Docket 07/15/2024 Page 34 of 93 i. Statutory History The currently codified version of Section 515(b) can be traced back to the establishment of the Department of Justice in 1870. See An Act to Establish the Department of Justice, ch. 150, 16 Stat. 162, 164–65 (1870) (hereinafter, the "DOJ Act"). Put another way, nothing in this language shows Congress's intent that “special assistants”—personnel authorized to "assist in the trial of any case in which the government is interested"—would function with the power of a United States Attorney.
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Boeing agreed to plead guilty to a charge that it defrauded the Federal Aviation Administration, hiding crucial information about a design flaw on the 737 Max during its original certification process. Boeing attorneys had it as part of their mission to make sure that its executives did not face any criminal charges, Lindquist said. A Boeing spokesman said the company had no comment about the anticipated guilty plea or the case beyond a brief statement confirming the agreement. Another way to make executives payEven if there are no criminal charges brought against executives, they can face significant penalties, Arlen said. Why Boeing will keep its government contractsThe most serious penalty that Boeing could face is by far the least likely – it could be barred from federal government contracts due to its guilty plea.
Persons: Critics, , Peter Goeltz, Goeltz, “ I’m, Moody’s, Paul Cassell, Jemal Countess, , Mark Lindquist, Lindquist, FAA ”, Mark Forkner, ” Lindquist, there’s, that’s, Arlen, Dave Calhoun, Dennis Muilenburg, Calhoun, Max, Patrick Ryder, Robert Clifford, – CNN’s Natasha Bertrand Organizations: New, New York CNN, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, National Transportation Safety Board, CNN, , Alaska Airlines, Justice Department, FAA, Volkswagen, University of Utah, Ethiopian Airlines, Max, Alaska Air, DOJ, , Department of Defense, Pentagon, Air Force, Department of Justice, they’re Boeing Locations: New York, Alaska, Indonesia
CNN —The call and text message records of tens of millions of AT&T cellphone customers in mid-to-late 2022 were exposed in a massive data breach, the telecom company revealed Friday. The records of a “very small number” of customers on January 2, 2023 were also implicated, AT&T said. The breach also included AT&T landline customers who interacted with those cell numbers. Additionally, AT&T said that for an undisclosed subset of its records, one or more cell site identification numbers linked to the calls and texts were also exposed. In the new incident, AT&T told CNN it learned in April that customer data was illegally downloaded from its workspace on Snowflake, a third-party cloud platform.
Persons: , , Alex Byers Organizations: CNN, US Department of Justice Department Locations:
Rudy Giuliani speaks to members of the media where Florida Gov. A New York federal bankruptcy judge on Friday in a scathing ruling dismissed the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection case of Rudy Giuliani, immediately exposing the newly disbarred former Trump lawyer to his creditors seeking repayments of his massive debts in other court venues. Those creditors include two Georgia election workers, to whom Giuliani owes $148 million in civil damages for defamation from a federal district court jury award in December. Freeman and Moss, unlike many other Giuliani creditors, supported the idea of dismissing the bankruptcy case in the Southern District of New York, which he filed days after losing the defamation judgment. In his ruling on Friday, Bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane wrote that he "finds that dismissal of this bankruptcy case with a one year bar to refiling is in the best interests of creditors."
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Ron DeSantis, Giuliani, Ruby Freeman, Moss, Donald Trump, Freeman, New York, Joe Biden, Sean Lane, Lane, Giuliani's Organizations: Florida Gov, New, Trump, New York City, of, of Justice Locations: Florida, Manchester , New Hampshire, New York, Georgia, Southern, of New York, New, Arizona
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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Harris Sharpens Her Attacks on Trump
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Zolan Kanno-Youngs | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
Vice President Kamala Harris stepped up her attacks on former President Donald J. Trump on Wednesday as she said in Dallas that Mr. Trump would round up his political enemies, deport peaceful protesters and terminate the Constitution in a second term. Ms. Harris has been harshly critical of Mr. Trump in the past, but at campaign events in the last two days, as an increasing number of Democrats question whether President Biden has the ability to beat Mr. Trump in November and the acuity to serve another four years, she has been far more explicit about the dangers she sees in a Trump second term. Ms. Harris has emerged as a top replacement for Mr. Biden at the top of the Democratic ticket should he drop out of the race. In Dallas, Ms. Harris tried to attach Mr. Trump to Project 2025, a policy and staffing blueprint assembled by dozens of conservative groups for the next Republican administration. Among the platform proposals include replacing many federal civil servant jobs with political appointees who would be loyal to the president.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Donald J, Trump, Donald Trump, he’ll, ” Ms, Harris, Biden Organizations: Department of Justice, United, Constitution, Trump, Democratic, Republican Locations: Dallas
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon on Saturday granted former President Donald Trump's request for further briefing on the issue of presidential immunity in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case and delayed certain deadlines. Smith's brief is now due on July 18, and a reply from Trump's team is due on July 21. There is no trial date in sight in the classified documents case. The latest development comes after Trump's attorneys on Friday asked Cannon to pause court proceedings and consider how the Supreme Court's ruling affects the case. Trump's team in February had also filed a motion to dismiss the indictment on immunity grounds.
Persons: Donald Trump, Aileen Cannon, Donald Trump's, Trump, Cannon, Jack Smith, Judge Juan Merchan, Alvin Bragg's Organizations: CNN, U.S, Trump, Department of Justice, Manhattan Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, U.S
China’s anti-doping agency has said the 23 athletes tested positive for an “extremely low concentration” of trimetazidine at a national swimming competition in 2021. Trimetazidine has the potential to boost endurance and has been banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) since 2014. “We can’t comment on the reported federal law enforcement investigation,” Travis Tygart, the CEO of the US Anti-Doping Agency, said in a statement to CNN Thursday. World Aquatics Executive Director Brent Nowicki attends a news conference during the 20th World Aquatics Championships at the Marine Messe in Fukuoka, Japan, on July 13, 2023. CNN has reached out to World Aquatics, the Department of Justice and WADA for comment on the news about the investigation.
Persons: CNN —, Brent Nowicki, Nowicki, , Trimetazidine, WADA, ” Travis Tygart, ” Tygart, Tygart, Witold Bańka, , , ” WADA Organizations: CNN, CNN — Swimming’s, Associated Press, The New York Times, ARD, Doping Agency, House, FBI, Justice Department, Aquatics, Marine Messe, Mondadori, CHINADA, Tokyo Games, Department of Justice Locations: Tokyo, trimetazidine, China, United States, Fukuoka, Japan
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