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A Russian court extended the detention of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich through at least Jan. 30 of next year. Gershkovich is being held on an allegation of espionage that he, the Journal and the U.S. government vehemently deny. Photo: Lefortovo District Court/TASS/ZUMA PressA Russian court extended by two months the detention of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty journalist Alsu Kurmasheva , a dual U.S.-Russian citizen awaiting trial on a charge that she failed to register as a foreign agent. The Sovetsky District Court in Kazan, a city in southwest Russia, on Friday ordered Kurmasheva be held until Feb. 5, her company said. She was initially taken into custody in October, while visiting Russia for a family emergency, and her detention was subsequently prolonged until Dec. 5.
Persons: Evan Gershkovich, Gershkovich, Alsu Kurmasheva, Kurmasheva Organizations: Wall Street, U.S, Court, TASS, Press, Radio Free, Radio Liberty Locations: Lefortovo, Radio Free Europe, U.S, Sovetsky, Kazan, Russia
Rep. George Santos is interviewed by FOX News in the rotunda of the Cannon House Office Building before a vote to expel him from the House of Representatives on December 1, in Washington, DC. Anna Moneymaker/Getty ImagesThe House is expected to vote soon on a motion that would expel New York Republican Rep. George Santos from the chamber. An expulsion vote is not like a censure in that the member is not admonished by the chamber or shamed as they are with censure. They will decide how Santos’ office is cleared out, among other steps. Both Traficant’s and Myers' privileges were stripped immediately following the expulsion vote because they had previously been convicted of their crimes.
Persons: George Santos, Anna Moneymaker, , Santos, Michael Myers, Jim Traficant, – Santos, , Traficant’s, Myers, Kathy Hochul Organizations: FOX News, Cannon, New York Republican Rep, of, State, Republicans, Democratic Gov, New York Locations: Washington , DC, , New York, New York State
A pedestrian carrying an umbrella walks along the River Thames in view of City of London skyline in London, Britain, July 31, 2023. Finance executives, consultants and headhunters interviewed by Reuters predict subdued deal flows, modest bonuses for most and heavy job cuts in 2024. "2023 will ultimately be one of the lowest corporate finance fee pools in modern history," said Fabrizio Campelli, head of Corporate Bank and Investment Bank at Deutsche Bank. JOB CUTSBanks have already turned to cost cuts to try to weather the downturn, which in a people-intensive business means job losses. And although some bankers expect a tough 2024, others sense an opportunity for European banks from the Basel Endgame.
Persons: Hollie Adams, Fabrizio Campelli, Banks, Ronan O'Kelly, Oliver Wyman, O'Kelly, Dominic Hook, Goldman Sachs, Vis Raghavan, JP Morgan, Morgan McKinley's, Stephane Rambosson, headhunter, Rambosson, Ana Botin, Morgan's Raghavan, there's, Oliver Wyman's O'Kelly, Deutsche's Campelli, Anousha Sakoui, Carolyn Cohn, Jesus Aguado, Alexander Smith Organizations: REUTERS, LONDON, Finance, Reuters, Corporate Bank, Investment Bank, Deutsche Bank, Organisation for Economic Cooperation, Development, Barclays, Lloyds, Challenger Metro Bank, UBS UBSG.S, Citi, Workers, Global Investment Banking, Employment, European Union, Santander, Global, Basel, Thomson Locations: City, London, Britain, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Ukraine, West, China, United States, India, Madrid
Donald Trump does not have immunity from civil lawsuits related to the U.S. Capitol riot, a federal appeals court panel unanimously ruled Friday. The ruling does not say that Trump is liable for allegedly inciting, while president, the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on Congress by a mob of his supporters, which injured more than 100 police officers. The ruling came after Trump, the front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, challenged the federal district court lawsuits filed against him. Srinivasan, who was appointed to his seat by former President Barack Obama, was joined in the ruling by Judge Judith Rogers and Judge Gregory Katsas. Katsas was appointed by Trump and previously was a clerk for conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, Sri Srinivasan, Srinivasan, Barack Obama, Judge Judith Rogers, Gregory Katsas, Katsas, Clarence Thomas, Rogers, Bill Clinton Organizations: U.S, United States Capitol, Capitol, Trump, U.S ., Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit, Supreme Court, Democrat Locations: Washington , U.S
This case requires us to determine whether the same rule applies to police encounters that take place on a bus. The mere fact that Bostick did not feel free to leave the bus does not mean that the police seized him. This court is not empowered to forbid law enforcement practices simply because it considers them distasteful. We therefore believe the district court erred in relying on whether the conduct ‘seriously affect plaintiff's psychological well-being’ ... As for the victims, the government now has license to transfer property from those with fewer resources to those with more.
Persons: Sandra Day O'Connor, Bostick, , James Acton, Bollinger, , Rumsfeld, , James Madison, impartially Organizations: Florida Supreme, Systems, Law, Ritz, Carlton Locations: Florida, Hudson, New York, Harris, Davis, Vernonia, Acton, America, Hamdi, City of New London,
Washington CNN —Former President Donald Trump isn’t immune from being held accountable in civil lawsuits related to the January 6, 2021, US Capitol riot in a long-awaited, consequential decision from the federal appeals court in Washington, DC. The decision arises out of lawsuits brought by Capitol Police officers and Democrats in Congress. The district court did find that Trump was protected by presidential immunity from the claim that he failed to stop to the riot, saying that he would be acting in his official presidential powers in that instance. Trump still will be able to contest the facts of the case as the lawsuits move forward. The appeals court said Trump also may be able to make more arguments around immunity before the January 6 lawsuits move into extensive evidence-gathering phases.
Persons: Donald Trump, Sri Srinivasan, , Greg Katsas, Judith Rogers, Trump Organizations: Washington CNN, Capitol, Trump, Capitol Police, Congress, DC, Appeals, Democratic House Locations: Washington ,, Washington, DC
Atlanta CNN —Former President Donald Trump’s attorneys in the Georgia election subversion case are set to defend their client in a Fulton County courtroom for the first time on Friday as they try to have the charges thrown out on First Amendment grounds. This is the first time Trump’s attorneys will appear in court in the Fulton County case, though their client won’t be with them. Trump hasn’t yet been in the Atlanta courthouse – he previously waived his right to an arraignment hearing – though he was processed at the Fulton County jail in late August. She used a similar legal strategy in a 2014 RICO case in Fulton County, according to a source familiar with the matter. Despite his mounting legal debt and the fact that he is almost 80, sources close to Giuliani said he intends to fight the Georgia case.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. George Santos of New York is facing a critical vote to expel him from the House on Friday as lawmakers weigh whether his actions, fabrications and alleged lawbreaking warrant the chamber's most severe punishment. “I will not stand by quietly,” Santos declared on the House floor Thursday as lawmakers debated his removal. But some Republicans, including Santos' colleagues from New York, said voters will welcome lawmakers being held to a higher standard. In early March, the House Ethics Committee announced it was launching an investigation into Santos. ___Follow the AP's coverage of U.S. Rep. George Santos of New York at
Persons: — Rep, George Santos, Santos, , ” Santos, Mike Johnson, , Anthony D’Esposito, Clay Higgins, Higgins, Susan Wild, brazenly, ” Wild, “ Mr, Hakeem Jeffries, Marjorie Taylor Greene, “ George Santos, ” Jeffries, Farnoush Amiri, george, santos Organizations: WASHINGTON, , Third, Union, Republican, Republicans, Wall, Eastern, of New York, Prosecutors, Justice Department, Federal, Commission, Democratic, New York, Associated Press, U.S . Rep Locations: George Santos of New York, New York, Santos, U.S, lawbreaking, New, Georgia
Democratic party officials in New York will hold a meeting tonight with at least three potential candidates to replace former GOP Rep. George Santos, who was expelled from the House Friday. Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., chairman of the Queens Democratic Party, plans to attend, said Jacobs. County leaders from each party select and internally vote for candidates that will participate in the the special election, according to New York election law. The Queens Democratic Party and a spokeswoman for Meeks did not return emails seeking comment. Suozzi has been in touch with Jacobs before Santos was expelled, pitching himself as that potential selected candidate for a special election contest.
Persons: Representative George Santos, George Santos, Jay Jacobs, Gregory Meeks, Jacobs, Tom Suozzi, Suozzi, Santos, Kathy Hochul, Meeks, Hakeem Jeffries, I've, he's Organizations: Representative, Capitol, Democratic, GOP Rep, Nassau County Democratic Party, CNBC, Queens Democratic Party, Former Democratic, New York Gov, New Locations: Washington , U.S, New York, Nassau, New York's, Queens, Nassau County, D
Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) arrives to speak about the House Ethics Committee report and potential expulsion from Congress this week during a press conference outside on Capitol Hill on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2023, in Washington, DC. The House voted Friday to expel Rep. George Santos from Congress for his alleged finance crimes and his campaign lies, shrinking the GOP's already slim majority. Santos is the sixth House member in U.S. history to be booted from Congress, and the third since the Civil War. Former Democratic Rep. Tom Suozzi, who left the seat in New York's 3rd congressional district to run for governor, has already launched a campaign to take it back. The resolution, brought by Santos' fellow New York Republicans was the latest effort to boot the embattled 35-year-old freshman lawmaker.
Persons: George Santos, Santos, Kathy Hochul, Hochul, Tom Suozzi, Mike Johnson, Steve Scalise Organizations: The, Congress, New York Republican, Republicans, Democratic, Republican, New York Republicans Locations: Washington ,, York, New York's, Long
Political analysts rate the district, stretching from the outskirts of New York City into the heart of Nassau County’s affluent suburbs on Long Island, as a tossup. Democratic strategists said they would continue to use the embarrassment of Mr. Santos to attack Republicans, blaming them for aiding the former congressman’s rise. But recapturing the seat may be more difficult than many Democrats once hoped. Local Republicans moved decisively to distance themselves from Mr. Santos last January, and the strategy has shown signs of working. When Long Island voters went to the polls for local contests last month, they delivered a Republican rout that left Democrats scrambling to figure out how to rehabilitate a tarnished political brand.
Persons: Mike Sapraicone, Mazi, Biden, Mr, Santos, , Isaac Goldberg Organizations: Republican, New York Police Department, Israel Defense Forces, Democratic, Local Republicans, Long, Mr Locations: Ethiopian, New York City, Nassau County’s, Long
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Legislature didn't violate the state constitution when it approved congressional maps pushed by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis that helped the GOP replace a Black Democratic representative with a white conservative, an appeals court ruled Friday. The 1st District Court of Appeal reversed a lower court's ruling that the map that rewrote U.S. Rep. Alan Lawson's district was unconstitutional because it diminished Black voters' ability to elect a candidate of their choice. Voting rights groups had argued the new map was unconstitutional because it dismantled a district where Black citizens made up nearly half the registered voters. The appeals court agreed with DeSantis that a district can't be drawn to connect two Black communities that otherwise have no connection.
Persons: Ron DeSantis, Alan Lawson's, DeSantis, Organizations: Republican Gov, GOP, Black Democratic, Rep, Black Locations: TALLAHASSEE, Fla, Florida, downtown Jacksonville, Gadsden County, Georgia, Washington, Alabama, Orlando
Ohio public health officials announced an outbreak of pneumonia in children on Wednesday. Experts say the Ohio outbreak is unrelated to pneumonia outbreaks in China and Europe. Although pneumonia cases are rising in Ohio, experts say the number of cases isn't out of the norm. AdvertisementCases of pneumonia in children are increasing in Ohio, leading public health officials to declare an outbreak. Health officials in Ohio said that there is "zero evidence" that the Ohio outbreak is connected to other outbreaks of respiratory illness nationally or internationally.
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Voters will not have a say in choosing the nominees; under New York’s special election rules, they will be selected by the county party leaders. The special election in what is now a battleground district is already being discussed as a key bellwether ahead of the November general election. “House Majority PAC plans to play a significant role in the NY-03 special election,” Mike Smith, its president, told CNN. In this case, those people are Jacobs, who also runs the Nassau County Democrats, and Rep. Gregory Meeks, the Queens County Democratic Party chairman. No matter whom Democratic leaders choose to run in the special election, the party will hold a primary for the general election nomination.
Persons: CNN — George Santos, Kathy Hochul, Santos ’, Tom Suozzi’s, Hochul, Suozzi, Mike Deery, ” Mike Smith, , ” Santos, Santos, “ We’re, ” Deery, Sen, Jack Martins, Mazi Pilip, Kellen Curry, Mike Sapraicone, Jay Jacobs, Jacobs, Gregory Meeks, Hakeem Jeffries, Andrew Cuomo’s, , ” Jacobs, Tom, Anna Kaplan, Organizations: CNN, New, Congressional District, Voters, Democratic Gov, Democrats, Democratic, Republicans, Nassau County GOP, Republican, House Democratic, PAC, GOP House, , New York Police Department, Democratic Party, Nassau County Democrats, Queens County Democratic Party, Brooklyn Democrat, Former, Former New York Locations: New York’s, Queens, Nassau counties, Nassau County, NY, New York City, Nassau, New York, Former New, Washington
Here's what happens to his staff, and when a special election could take place. A February special election on Long Island — with Democrats likely favored to winUnder New York state law, Gov. Kathy Hochul will have 10 days to call a special election, which must take place between 70 and 80 days after that. That means a special election will likely occur sometime in February 2024. If a special election takes place, nominees would be chosen by party committee members, rather than voters.
Persons: George Santos, , Santos, aren't, he's, Daniel Schuman, Bill Clark, hasn't, Kathy Hochul, Joe Biden Organizations: Capitol, Service, Congress, New York Republican, Representatives, Popvox Foundation, Getty, Business, New York Times, US Association, Former, New Locations: Long, New York
A general view of the Atlanta skyline includes the Georgia Capitol dome and a "Vote" sign atop the 100 Peachtree building, days ahead of nationally significant U.S. Senate and state governor elections in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. November 6, 2022. In his Oct. 26 opinion, U.S. District Judge Steve Jones said that Georgia could not remedy the problem "by eliminating minority opportunity districts elsewhere." The new map would likely allow Republicans to maintain their current 9-5 advantage among the state's 14 U.S. House districts. In a statement, the Republican speaker of the state House, Jon Burns, said the new map "fully complies with the judge's order." McBath's campaign manager, Jake Orvis, said in a statement, "Georgia Republicans have yet again attempted to subvert voters by changing the rules."
Persons: Jonathan Ernst, Lucy McBath, Steve Jones, Brian Kemp, Jon Burns, Jake Orvis, Joseph Ax, Will Dunham Organizations: Georgia Capitol, Senate, REUTERS, Georgia Republicans, . House, voters, Republican, Democratic U.S, District, Legislators, McBath, Thomson Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, Peachtree, Atlanta , Georgia, U.S, Black, United States, Georgia's, New York
John David Mercer/Pool via REUTERS Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - A lawyer for Donald Trump said on Friday that the former U.S. president should not face trial on charges that he sought to overturn the 2020 election results in the state of Georgia if he wins the election next year. Trump is the frontrunner for the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic President Joe Biden in the 2024 election. Sadow said that if Trump wins the election, he would seek to postpone the trial until after he left office, arguing that it would interfere with his responsibilities as president. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis last week requested the Georgia trial begin in August 2024, a timeline that would likely extend the proceedings through Election Day and into early 2025. “What would be the state's response that having this trial on Election Day is election interference?” Judge Scott McAfee asked prosecutors.
Persons: Steve Sadow, Donald Trump, Scott McAfee, Donald John Trump, John David Mercer, Steven Sadow, Trump, Joe Biden, Sadow, Sadow’s, Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, , ” Trump, ” Sadow, McAfee, Andrew Goudsward, Scott Malone, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: REUTERS Acquire, Rights, Republican, Democratic, Trump, Thomson Locations: Superior Court, Fulton County, Georgia, Atlanta , Georgia, U.S
EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — Star Memphis basketball recruit Mikey Williams pleaded guilty to one felony charge in a gun case on Thursday, and one of his attorneys said he does not expect the 19-year-old to face jail time. In a deal with prosecutors, Williams pleaded guilty to one felony count of making a criminal threat and to a special allegation of using a firearm during the threat, attorney Randy M. Grossman said. Although a judge would have the discretion to sentence Williams to a year in jail, “no custody is contemplated,” the attorney said. “Nobody was injured in this case, nobody testified that anybody saw Mikey actually fire the gun and he didn’t admit he was the one who fired the gun,” Grossman said. “He admitted responsibility and pleaded guilty.
Persons: Mikey Williams, Williams, Randy M, Grossman, , I'm, didn't, Penny Hardaway, Laird Veatch, Melissa Garbayo, Sherry M, Thompson, Taylor, George Modlin, Tesla, Troy Owens, Mikey, “ Nobody, ” Grossman Organizations: CAJON, — Star Memphis, Superior Court, San, Memphis, Puma, District Locations: Calif, San Diego, San Ysidro, Memphis, Jamul, San Diego County
Across Taiwan security agencies are looking into more than 400 visits to China in the past month, most led by local opinion leaders such as borough chiefs and village heads, a Taiwan security official looking into China's activities told Reuters. He said it was "self-evident" Beijing was trying to sway Taiwan elections through means including free trips for politicians. More than 300 borough chiefs or village heads from populous central Taiwan alone have participated in such trips to China in the past few months, this person said. "Certain borough chiefs have become the window of contacts in Taiwan for some Chinese units." Chinese officials allegedly asked participants to support certain political parties and "oppose Taiwan independence", the prosecutors said in a statement.
Persons: Tsai Ing, Chiu Tai, Hsing Tai, chao, Yimou Lee, Ben Blanchard, William Mallard Organizations: Beijing, Reuters, China's Taiwan Affairs Office, Mainland Affairs Council, Chinese Communist Party, Thomson Locations: TAIPEI, Beijing, China, Taiwan, Taipei, Shanghai, New Taipei City, Kaohsiung
He has admitted fabricating much of his biography, and federal prosecutors accuse him of laundering campaign funds and defrauding donors. At least 77 Republicans, along with the chamber's 213 Democrats, will have to vote for expulsion to meet that threshold. House Speaker Mike Johnson told reporters on Wednesday that he had reservations about the vote, but had called on members of his party to "vote their conscience." On the House floor on Thursday, Santos said, "I have been convicted of no crimes. Before Santos' win in 2022, the district was represented by Democrat Tom Suozzi, who unsuccessfully ran for governor.
Persons: George Santos, Elizabeth Frantz, Republican George Santos, Santos, Mike Johnson, Democrat James Traficant, Goldman Sachs, Nick LaLota, Kathy Hochul, Tom Suozzi, Suozzi, Makini Brice, Andy Sullivan, Moira Warburton, Scott Malone, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Rep, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Rights, Republican, U.S . House, Republicans, Santos, Democrat, New York University, Citigroup, Republican Party, White, Democratic New York, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S, New York City, Long, OnlyFans, Civil, New York, Washington
The authors of the subcommittee’s submission, in perhaps their most admirable achievement, summarized Santos’ grand political deception in a single sentence. (Santos’ first treasurer, Nancy Marks, resigned before pleading guilty to a conspiracy fraud charge and implicating Santos in a scheme to hoodwink donors.) Not coincidentally, all five swing-district Republican freshmen are expected to vote for Santos’ removal on Friday. In comments to reporters on Thursday, Santos promised more drama before he leaves town. “I’m going to be the first member of Congress expelled without any of those parameters.”On that point at least, Santos is telling the truth.
Persons: George Santos ’, Michael Guest, Santos, He’s, America’s, Santos ’, Mary Magdalene, United States Congress ”, “ Santos, , , Goldman Sachs, Robert Zimmerman, might’ve, Santos –, Elise Stefanik, machers –, Stefanik, Anthony D’Esposito, Nick LaLota, Mike Lawler, Brandon Williams, Marc Molinaro, Thomas Datwyler, Nancy Marks, ” “, ” Santos, Marks, Mike Johnson, “ I’m Organizations: CNN, New York Republican Rep, Republican, GOP House, United States Congress, Baruch College, Business Administration, New York University, Citi Group, Democratic, Congressional District, New York Times, Empire State Democrats, Democrats, GOP, New York, Washington and New York, Battleground, , Republicans, Confederate Locations: Mississippi, Business, New York, Washington and New, Long, New York City, Battleground New York, Santos, Washington
To the Editor:Re “House Expels George Santos From Congress in Historic Vote” (, Dec. 1):I appreciate that the House has finally voted to rid itself of Representative George Santos. It is, however, a disgrace that a majority of House Republicans who voted were in opposition to expulsion. The man the voters of his New York district elected to the House was not the man who George Santos represented himself to be. Mr. Santos did not help his cause by responding to allegations with anger, arrogance and condescension. Mr. Santos’s self-inflicted wounds are hardly over for him as he continues to face numerous criminal charges.
Persons: George Santos, Santos, Santos’s Organizations: George Santos From, House Republicans, House Locations: New York
Neon ads in Dotonbori district, Osaka, Kansai region, Japan Alexander Spatari | Moment | Getty ImagesAsia-Pacific markets started Friday lower even as Wall Street mostly saw gains and ahead of private factory activity surveys from across the region. Most notably, investors will be watching China's Caixin manufacturing purchasing managers' index for November, after official numbers Thursday showed the country's manufacturing sector contracting for a second straight month. PMI readings are also due from Japan, South Korea and India on Friday. Japan's Nikkei 225 was marginally below the flatline, but the Topix bucked the trend and opened 0.21% higher. Futures for Hong Kong's Hang Seng index stood at 17,052, also pointing to a positive open compared with the HSI's close of 17,042.88.
Persons: Japan Alexander Spatari, Kospi Organizations: PMI, Nikkei Locations: Dotonbori district, Osaka, Kansai, Japan, Asia, Pacific, South Korea, India, Australia
BOSTON (AP) — At a moment of record visibility and influence for Black attorneys in the United States, debates over race, criminal justice and democracy are increasingly at the center of the public conversation. In wide-ranging interviews with The Associated Press, six sitting Black attorneys general discussed the challenges and opportunities of serving as the top law enforcement officer in their respective states. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from the conversations:Black attorneys general are at the forefront of criminal justice reform effortsBlack attorneys general have emerged as some of the most prominent advocates of reform to the criminal justice system. Trump has lashed out at James, Bragg and Willis with language often evoking racist and stereotypical tropes, such as using terms like “animal” and “rabid.”Black Democratic attorneys general learn from and collaborate with one anotherThe interviewed attorneys general confirmed that they frequently call, text and communicate with one another. They also borrow tactics and policies from each other, several of the attorneys general said.
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Below is a fact check of 102 of Trump’s false claims from the 12 speeches. But contrary to Trump’s claim, it’s not true that people had been attempting for decades to create such an initiative. Trump’s aid to farmersIn speech after speech, Trump claimed that he had given US farmers $28 billion from China. Even if the poll result is off, it’s clear that Trump’s claim that “nobody wants them” is not true. He said he was an airline pilot.”Facts First: Trump made a false claim while mocking Biden for making false claims.
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