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No One Can Sell Out $695 Shorts Like Taylor Swift
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( Lane Florsheim | )   time to read: 1 min
Taylor Swift crafts her personal style around her different eras the same way she does her music, noted Sarah Chapelle, who runs the blog Taylor Swift Style. Photo: Getty ImagesIn August, Nell Diamond, who runs the fashion and lifestyle brand Hill House Home, was in Montana on bridesmaid duty, getting ready for her best friend’s wedding reception. Peeking at her phone between hair and makeup, she found over 100 texts from her employees, and messages kept rolling in. “At first, I couldn’t figure out what we were freaking out about,” said Diamond, founder and CEO of the brand best known for its Nap Dress. Then she saw: Taylor Swift had worn a black matching set from Hill House to the rehearsal dinner of her frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff and actress Margaret Qualley, and paparazzi photos were swarming the internet.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Sarah Chapelle, Taylor, Nell Diamond, Peeking, , Diamond, Jack Antonoff, Margaret Qualley Organizations: , Hill Locations: Montana, Hill House
Taylor Swift crafts her personal style around her different eras the same way she does her music, noted Sarah Chapelle, who runs the blog Taylor Swift Style. Photo: Getty ImagesIn August, Nell Diamond, who runs the fashion and lifestyle brand Hill House Home, was in Montana on bridesmaid duty, getting ready for her best friend’s wedding reception. Peeking at her phone between hair and makeup, she found over 100 texts from her employees, and messages kept rolling in. “At first, I couldn’t figure out what we were freaking out about,” said Diamond, founder and CEO of the brand best known for its Nap Dress. Then she saw: Taylor Swift had worn a black matching set from Hill House to the rehearsal dinner of her frequent collaborator Jack Antonoff and actress Margaret Qualley, and paparazzi photos were swarming the internet.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Sarah Chapelle, Taylor, Nell Diamond, Peeking, , Diamond, Jack Antonoff, Margaret Qualley Organizations: , Hill Locations: Montana, Hill House
Spokespeople for the banks declined to provide comment ahead of the hearing or did not respond to requests for comment. Kevin Fromer, president of the Financial Services Forum, which represents the CEOs, said he expected Basel to be a focus. Big bank CEOs have been appearing before Congress for several years after the 2007-09 financial crisis and subsequent scandals thrust the industry into Washington's crosshairs. Former Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan, meanwhile, resigned in March 2019 after stumbling during a hearing about the bank's regulatory woes. But after years of playing defense, the CEOs are expected to be more assertive, this time backed by Republicans critical of red tape.
Persons: Andy Cecere, William Demchak, Jamie Dimon, Jane Fraser ,, Brian Moynihan, William Rogers, Wells, Bank of America's Brian Moynihan, Citi's Jane Fraser, Wells Fargo's Charles Scharf, Goldman Sachs, David Solomon, Morgan Stanley's James Gorman, Ronald O'Hanley, BNY Mellon's Robin Vince, Sherrod Brown, Brown, Kevin Fromer, Dimon, Elizabeth Warren, Tim Sloan, meanwhile, Tim Scott, Pete Schroeder, Nupur Anand, Tatiana Bautzer, Saeed Azhar, Lananh Nguyen, Michelle Price, Nick Zieminski Organizations: U.S . Bancorp, PNC Financial Services Group, JPMorgan Chase, Co, Citigroup, Jane Fraser , Bank of America, Truist Financial, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Bank of America's, Democratic, Silicon Valley Bank, Financial Services, Big, Former Wells, Republicans, Thomson Locations: WASHINGTON, Wells Fargo, Silicon, Basel, New York
The Air Force said it's embarking on a "Franken-bird" project to salvage two damaged F-35s. AdvertisementThe US Air Force on Thursday said its engineers in Utah are trying to restore two damaged F-35s by rebuilding them into one fully operational stealth fighter. AdvertisementThe aircraft that caught fire is estimated to have sustained $50 million worth of damage, with the rear two-thirds of its body burned, per an Air Force report at the time. Now, the Air Force said it's trying to replace the damaged nose of the F-35 that was damaged in 2020 with parts from the jet that caught fire. It was conceptualized in January 2020, according to Taylor, and is set to be finished in March 2025, according to the Air Force.
Persons: it's, Lockheed Martin, , Franken, Scott Taylor, US Air Force Taylor, Taylor, Northrop Organizations: Air Force, Lockheed, Service, US Air Force, Office, 388th Fighter, Ogden Air Logistics, Engineers, Air Force Base, US Navy, Northrop Grumman Locations: Franken, Utah, Salt Lake City, Texas, Switzerland
Congress already has allocated $111 billion to assist Ukraine, including $67 billion in military procurement funding, $27 billion for economic and civil assistance and $10 billion for humanitarian aid. Young wrote that all of it, other than about 3% of the military funding, had been depleted by mid-November. The Biden administration has said it has slowed the pace of some military assistance to Kyiv in recent weeks to try to stretch supplies until Congress approves more funding. “We are out of money to support Ukraine in this fight,” Young wrote. “They were clear that Ukraine needs the aid soon — and so does our military need the aid soon,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told The Associated Press in an interview.
Persons: , Biden, Shalanda Young, , Young, ” Young, Joe Biden’s, Chuck Schumer, Lisa Mascaro Organizations: WASHINGTON, Monday, Management, GOP, White, Capitol, Republican, U.S, Associated Press, AP Locations: Ukraine, U.S, Israel, Mexico, Gaza
That sort of approach resonated in conservative strongholds like Alabama long before Trump. Alabama Democrats, especially, cite deep historical roots involving racism, class and urban-rural divides when explaining Wallace, Trump and the decades between them. Moderate to progressive “national Democrats” were concentrated in north Alabama, Baxley explained, while reactionary “states-rights Dixiecrats” cohered in south Alabama. Wallace won four Deep South states as an independent in 1968. Wallace won his fourth term as governor in 1982 after disavowing segregation and winning over enough Black voters.
Persons: George Wallace, Wallace, Donald Trump, Trump, “ Alabamians, , Terry Lathan, ” Trump, Barack Obama, Brent Buchanan, Wayne Flynt, , Lathan, Ron DeSantis, Reagan, Trump's, ” Wallace, Lyndon Johnson, Bill Baxley, Baxley, Lincoln ”, ” Baxley, Franklin Roosevelt’s, “ Wallace, Johnson, Barry Goldwater, Flynt, Alabama “, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Wallace’s, Jimmy Carter, Carter, Alabama's, Democratic pollster Zac McCrary, Hillary Clinton’s, Joe Biden’s, ” McCrary, Sen, Richard Shelby's, Shelby, Newt Gingrich, Dan Carter, Jeff Sessions, Trump’s, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Tommy Tuberville, Katie Britt, dealmaker, Britt, Buchanan, Republican pollster, Donald Trump’s, Kim Chandler Organizations: ATLANTA, — Republican, University of Alabama, Civil Rights Movement, Republicans, Party of Lincoln, Party of Trump, Trump, America, GOP, Alabama Republicans, Democratic, Alabama Democrats, “ Party, Democrats ”, Politics, National Democrats, Franklin Roosevelt’s New, Civil, Act, Republican, Reconstruction, Klux Klan, Birmingham's, Baptist Church, Washington, Democrat, , Democrats, U.S, Senate, Sessions, Alabama, Alabama Legislature, Southern Democrats, Capitol, Shelby, Associated Press Locations: Tuscaloosa, Washington, Alabama, lockstep, Florida, Southern, U.S, Texas, New York, Trump, Jan, Montgomery , Alabama
N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Black and Latino voters sued in federal court on Monday seeking to strike down congressional districts drawn this fall by Republican state legislators that they argue weaken minority voting power in violation of the U.S. Constitution. Under the iteration of the congressional map that had been drawn by state judges for the 2022 elections, Democrats and Republicans each won seven seats. Meanwhile, the number of minority voters grows in the 12th, which is represented by Rep. Alma Adams of Charlotte. Rep. Jeff Jackson, a Mecklenburg County Democrat, already said he’s running for state attorney general, saying he can’t win reelection under the new congressional map. The latest congressional map “continues North Carolina’s long tradition of enacting redistricting plans that pack and crack minority voters into gerrymandered districts designed to minimize their voting strength," the plaintiffs' lawyers write.
Persons: gerrymanders, Tim Moore, Kathy Manning, Republican mapmakers, Don Davis, Alma Adams, Charlotte, Jeff Jackson, Moore Organizations: , — North Carolina, Republican, U.S . Constitution, General, Republicans, Capitol, U.S . House, Black Democrats, 6th, GOP, Democratic, Rep, Mecklenburg County Democrat, Supreme Locations: RALEIGH, N.C, — North, U.S ., U.S, Charlotte, District, North, Greensboro, Pitt County, South Carolina, Mecklenburg County
The Biden Administration has circulated a map showing the states that have benefited from Ukraine aid. President Biden hopes to convince Congress to continue sending aid to Ukraine to help combat Russia's invasion. Three out of eight Republican members of Congress from Pennsylvania, three out of six from Arizona, and 18 out of 25 from Texas have been voting against sending aid to Ukraine, Reuters reported. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson has recently become a surprise advocate for increasing aid to Ukraine, The Wall Street Journal reported. AdvertisementDespite previously voting against sending more aid to combat Russian President Vladimir Putin's invading forces, Johnson has used his position as speaker to publicly label Ukraine aid a key priority.
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Under an elevated subway track in Queens, Victor José Hernández was whipping up the pepitos that he had perfected at a street cart in Caracas, Venezuela. Just steps away, an Ecuadorean restaurant now displays a big Venezuelan flag and offers karaoke with Venezuelan love songs. And the line for arepas and cachapas (sweet corn cakes) spills out the door of a Venezuelan cafe. Though New York City was built on immigrant neighborhoods — Chinatown, Curry Hill, Little Italy and Little Haiti, among many others — it has never had a Venezuelan neighborhood. Historically, the city’s Venezuelan population was tiny and overshadowed by much larger Hispanic groups, including Puerto Ricans and Dominicans, immigration experts said.
Persons: Victor José Hernández Organizations: New, Puerto Ricans Locations: Queens, Caracas, Venezuela, Roosevelt, Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, Corona, Venezuelan, Little Venezuela, New York City, Curry Hill, Little Italy, Little Haiti
But Greene said she had a tougher time connecting with Speaker Mike Johnson, who doesn’t have a strong relationship with the congresswoman. “I haven’t heard much from him,” Greene told CNN earlier this week. Greene said Johnson heard her out and gave her assurances that her impeachment articles would move through committee and on to the floor. Taking a page from his predecessor’s playbook, Johnson has tried to dole out commitments and face-time to some of his potential critics. GOP Rep. Bob Good of Virginia said the Freedom Caucus made clear to the speaker on Thursday what their expectations are.
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The couple was tired of paying high property taxes and wanted a new adventure in retirement. Sure, the state has no income tax, but when you are retired the property tax is killer. We wanted to live in a place with seasons and that was between our kids' homes in Connecticut and Texas. The county we live in has a property tax exemption for seniors on school taxes, so now we only pay $1,599 a year. Courtesy of Nancy CottonNancy: Living in Texas so long we were brainwashed that it was the only place to be.
Persons: Texans Nancy, Jim Cotton, , Nancy, Jim, There's, Nancy Cotton Nancy, Nancy Cotton We're, It's, Austin, I've, Texas Organizations: Texans, Service, Asheville , North Carolina —, Security, Texas, iIt Locations: Georgia, Ellijay , Georgia, Texas, Connecticut, Nancy, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Asheville , North Carolina, Austin, Asheville, It's, Georgia Nancy, Ellijay, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Leander, , Georgia
18 Iowa 26-0 for its third straight Big Ten title game, a third straight playoff berth and likely the top seed in the College Football Playoff. 8 Alabama in the Southeastern Conference title game, Michigan (13-0, No. Deacon Hill was 18 of 32 with 120 yards and the Hawkeyes rushed for 35 yards on 24 carries. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak and marked the second in three years Iowa lost the title game to Michigan by more than 25 points. Michigan: Harbaugh missed six games this season because of suspension and yet Michigan heads into the postseason undefeated for the second straight year.
Persons: Jim Harbaugh, Blake Corum, McCarthy, Corum, ” Corum, Anthony Thomas ’, hasn’t, Harbaugh's, Tony Petitti, It’s, Harbaugh didn’t, ” Harbaugh, “ I’ve, who’s, Deacon Hill, Kirk Ferentz, , Semaj Morgan, Brian Ferentz, I’ll, ” Ferentz, “ I’m, I’m, James Turner, Iowa's, Jaziun Patterson, Harbaugh, ___ Organizations: INDIANAPOLIS, , Wolverines, Michigan, College Football, Southeastern Conference, archrival Ohio State, Big, Harbaugh, Michigan Nation, Hawkeyes, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Iowa, Wolverines . Michigan, SEC, Alabama, Texas, Georgia, AP Locations: — Michigan, J.J, Iowa, Georgia, Alabama, Michigan, ” Iowa, ” Michigan
Mike Johnson Becomes Surprise Champion of More Ukraine Aid
  + stars: | 2023-12-02 | by ( Lindsay Wise | )   time to read: 1 min
Speaker Mike Johnson has repeatedly called Ukraine aid a critical priority for the House. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesWASHINGTON—Less than one month before Mike Johnson ’s sudden ascent to the speakership, the Louisiana Republican, then a little-known member, joined with most GOP lawmakers to vote against $300 million in U.S. security assistance for Ukraine. Now, as speaker, Johnson has surprised many on Capitol Hill by publicly and repeatedly calling Ukraine aid a critical priority for the House.
Persons: Mike Johnson, Drew Angerer, Mike Johnson ’, Johnson Organizations: Getty, WASHINGTON, Louisiana Republican Locations: Ukraine, Louisiana
The expulsion of George Santos from the House on Friday, after a year shaped by audacious lies and outright frauds, ended his 11-month congressional tenure. But as he stormed off Capitol Hill, Mr. Santos made abundantly clear that he had no intention of returning to obscurity. Mr. Santos, a New York Republican, is scheduled to stand trial next year on a lengthy rap sheet that includes charges he defrauded donors, lied to election officials and stole unemployment benefits. But in American politics, even convicted criminals are often given second acts — if not in elected office, then on reality TV or the big screen. Here’s what might be next — and what will not be — for the disgraced and recently deposed former congressman.
Persons: George Santos, Santos Organizations: Capitol, New, New York Republican Locations: New York
Rep. George Santos was expelled from Congress in a historic vote on Friday. Former Speaker Nancy Pelosi said he was a "coward" for leaving the House chamber before the vote ended. After leaving the chamber Santos said: "To hell with this place." AdvertisementFormer Speaker Nancy Pelosi called disgraced Rep. George Santos a "coward" after he left the House chamber on Friday before the end of a historic vote to expel him. As Santos left the Capitol on Friday he told a CNN reporter that the vote set a "new dangerous precedent."
Persons: George Santos, Nancy Pelosi, Santos, , Pelosi Organizations: Service, Democratic, Republican, Capitol, CNN, New Locations: New York
CNN —The estranged husband of a woman whose body was found in a storage unit in Orange County, Florida, has been charged with her murder, authorities said. Rucker’s family reported she left her home for “an unknown destination,” possibly with her estranged husband, Cory Hill, police said at the time. Florida law enforcement officials last month said her disappearance was being investigated as a homicide after her body was found in a storage unit registered to Hill. He was charged with four counts of attempted murder after allegedly shooting at a former girlfriend and her family on November 12, according to Orange County Sheriff John Mina. “Due to procedural rules, the State is limited to filing a Second-Degree Murder charge by Information prior to presenting the case to the Orange County Grand Jury,” the statement said.
Persons: Shakeira Yvonne Rucker, Rucker’s, Cory Hill, Shakeira Rucker, , ” Cory, Orange County Sheriff John Mina, Ms, Rucker, “ Ms, , Mina, Hill, CNN’s Sarah Dewberry Organizations: CNN, Winter Springs Police Department, State Attorney, Ninth, Circuit, Orange County Sheriff, Prosecutors, Orange Locations: Orange County , Florida, Florida, , Orange, Hill, Orange County, Apopka
George Santos sat down with a group of reporters the day before he was expelled. "I was an opposer of gay marriage," Santos said in response to a question about his relationships with more conservative House Republicans, according to audio obtained by Business Insider. AdvertisementIt just so happened to be the two-year anniversary of his own gay marriage to his husband, Matt. ❤️ — George Santos (@MrSantosNY) November 30, 2023"I thought it should have been a civil union," said Santos, referring to the alternative to fully-recognized marriage that some proposed prior to the Supreme Court's legalization of same-sex marriage in 2015. "I'm not saying I oppose just gay marriage.
Persons: George Santos, , George Santos's, Santos, Matt, uoVTuVSTWp — George Santos, I'm, Marjorie Taylor Greene's, Ron DeSantis Organizations: Service, Republican, Capitol, , House Republicans, Business, Rep, Florida Parental Locations: Florida
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRep. Josh Gottheimer on Israel aid: We need to make sure we back our key allyHouse Problem Solvers Caucus co-chair Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.) joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the debate on Capitol Hill over approving U.S. aid to Israel, whether a deal can be passed, latest developments in the Israel-Hamas war, and more.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEconomy will see more impact from interest rate environment in 2024: Sand Hill's Brenda VingielloBrenda Vingiello, Sand Hill Global Advisors CIO, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest market trends ahead of the first opening bell of December.
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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
Pensler lost the GOP primary for Senate in 2018 by over 9 percentage points to now-U.S. Rep. John James, who would go on to lose to incumbent Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow. It's burning," Pensler said in campaign video Friday. U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin has led a field of Democratic candidates that also includes actor Hill Harper. In 2018, Pensler said that he contributed nearly $5 million of his own money to jumpstart his campaign. Trump endorsed James over Pensler in 2018.
Persons: Sandy Pensler, Pensler, John James, Democratic Sen, Debbie Stabenow, , Mike Rogers, Peter Meijer, James Craig, Stabenow, Elissa Slotkin, Hill Harper, Slotkin, Cos, , Donald Trump’s, Trump, James Organizations: U.S, Senate, GOP, U.S . Rep, Democratic, Reps, Detroit Police, Republicans, Pensler Capital Locations: LANSING, Mich, Detroit, Michigan
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
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
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.
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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
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