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Laurene Powell Jobs is a powerful impact investor and philanthropist with a net worth of $11.3 billion. Powell Jobs hosts elaborate Halloween shows at her Silicon Valley home and owns a $110 million yacht. Here's a look at the life of the businesswoman, who is the widow of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs. AdvertisementLaurene Powell Jobs, the 60-year-old billionaire, is a formidable presence in investing circles, with a net worth of $11.3 billion, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index. Powell Jobs has used the fortune she inherited after the death of her husband, Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, to expand her own businesses and philanthropies.
Persons: Laurene Powell Jobs, Powell Jobs, Steve Jobs, Organizations: Service
Major record labels Sony Music , Universal Music Group and Warner Records sued artificial intelligence companies Suno and Udio on Monday, accusing them of committing mass copyright infringement by using the labels' recordings to train music-generating AI systems. The companies copied music without permission to teach their systems to create music that will "directly compete with, cheapen, and ultimately drown out" human artists' work, according to federal lawsuits filed against Udio in New York and Suno in Massachusetts. Representatives for Suno and Udio did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the complaints. AI companies have argued that their systems make fair use of copyrighted material. Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Suno and New York-based Udio have raised millions in funding this year for their AI systems, which create music in response to user text prompts.
Persons: Udio, Mariah Carey's, James Brown's, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Mitch Glazier Organizations: Sony Music, Universal Music Group, Warner Records, Udio, Suno, Recording Industry Association of America Locations: New York, Suno, Massachusetts, Cambridge , Massachusetts
I'm afraid because California, where I live, is just too expensive, and I can't afford to retire here. I can't afford CaliforniaI considered staying put in Los Angeles, in the apartment I've lived in for the past 20 years. The decision was made, I then had to determine what part of the US I'm willing to move to. I like the Midwest, but after 30 years in California, I can't do long winters anymore. Having a comfortable retirement is important to me, and I'm willing to explore other parts of the country to ensure it.
Persons: It's, Black, it's, Organizations: Service, AARP Locations: California, Los Angeles, Southern California, Detroit, East Coast
The promise of a more rapid climb up the corporate ladder has made Alpine's CIT program incredibly popular. While it's too soon to know how Alpine's CIT program ranked this year, it received 750 applications for just 12 slots. AdvertisementAnderman's own non-conventional career took her from college dropout to ballet dancer to the world of international development to business school. When she interviewed for her job at Alpine, Weaver asked how she could handle the job with no prior experience. — Alpine's founder and CEO — Alpine's founder and CEOThe first attribute the company looks for is IQ, but not in the traditional kind.
Persons: , it's, Tal Lee Anderman, you've, Tal Lee Anderson, Graham Weaver, GSB, Weaver, whittle, Anderman, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, they're, Geoff Smart Organizations: Service, Business, CIT, Harvard Business School, Stanford's, School of Business, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Tal Lee Anderson Alpine, Stanford, Wharton, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Alpine, Alpine's San, Citadel, Yale Law School, America Locations: Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, Blackstone, Anderman, Manhattan, Jackson , Mississippi, Hong Kong
The group, Stand Up America, is kicking off the $1 million campaign on the second anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, which overturned the right to an abortion and convulsed the country’s politics in its aftermath. For years, Republicans have made the courts — especially the Supreme Court — a central issue in federal elections. The vacancy on the Supreme Court during the 2016 election was a central force behind Donald J. Trump’s victory. Among voters who said the Supreme Court was the “most important factor” in their decision, 56 percent cast a ballot for Mr. Trump, according to exit polls. This year, Democrats are trying to harness that same energy: Though there is no current vacancy on the court, there is potential for a president to make appointments in the next administration.
Persons: Dobbs, Jackson, Donald J, Trump Organizations: Democratic, Republicans
A return to the roots of presidential debates
  + stars: | 2024-06-24 | by ( Zachary B. Wolf | )   time to read: +10 min
CNN —CNN’s presidential debate will feel like something new for most Americans, but it is actually a return to the roots of presidential debates. J. David Ake/AFP/Getty Images Monica Moorehead, a presidential candidate from the Workers World Party, disrupts a presidential debate in Washington, DC, in 1996. Gerald Herbert/AP Barack Obama, right, and John McCain shake hands at the start of a presidential debate in 2008. Joseph Kaczmarek/AP Obama hugs his wife, Michelle, as Romney kisses his wife, Ann, after their third presidential debate in 2012. Ultimately, the commission was formed to create a nonpartisan framework for presidential debates – something that has been exported to other countries.
Persons: CNN —, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, Sen, John F, Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Nixon, Howard K, Smith, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, Carter, Jerry Mosey, Betty, David Hume Kennerly, John B, Ronald Reagan, Anderson, AP Carter, Reagan, Walter Mondale, George H.W, Bush, Michael Dukakis, Dennis Cook, Ross Perot, Bill Clinton, Clinton, Ron Edmonds, AP Clinton, Bob Dole, J, David Ake, Monica Moorehead, Joe Marquette, Mark Penn, Lorenzo Alvarez, Angelica, George W, Al Gore, Joe Raedle, Jim Lehrer, Gore, John Kerry, Gerald Herbert, Barack Obama, John McCain, Charles Dharapak, Obama, Mary Jackson's, Mitt Romney, Joseph Kaczmarek, Michelle, Romney, Ann, David Goldman, Hillary Clinton, Patrick Semansky, Salwan Georges, Biden, Chip Somodevilla, Alan Schroeder, ” Kennedy, Schroeder, , Ford, John Anderson, sidestep, Trump, ” Schroeder, Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Douglas, Douglas, Read, haven’t, “ They’re, Organizations: CNN, Commission, CNN’s Atlanta, CBS, Getty, State University of New, Ford, Anderson, Cleveland Convention Center, AP, Music, Bettmann, Bushnell, Theater, Workers World Party, AP Workers, Hofstra University, AP Trump, Washington Post, Trump, Northeastern University, House, Republican, Republican National Convention, Biden, Lincoln, White, Illinois Senate, ABC News Locations: Los Angeles, New York, State University of New York, Albany, Cleveland, Hartford , Connecticut, Washington , DC, San Diego, El Paso , Texas, Hempstead , New York, Detroit, Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, Lincoln, Illinois
When the Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade in 1973, establishing a constitutional right to abortion, it noted that it had received 14 friend-of-the-court briefs and listed them in a snug footnote at the beginning of the decision. By 1992, when the court reaffirmed Roe’s core holding in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the number of such filings, which lawyers call amicus briefs, had swelled to more than 30, and the footnote reciting them had grown unwieldy, taking up more than a page. In the decision that overturned Roe in 2022, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the court was flooded with more than 140 amicus briefs. The footnote had metastasized, spanning seven pages. Those 50 years of amicus briefs tell a cumulative story, one explored in a new study published in The Missouri Law Review, “The Rhetoric of Abortion in Amicus Briefs.” Using corpus linguistics, a social-science tool that analyzes patterns of words in large databases, the study found that the briefs “serve as a barometer revealing how various constituencies talk about abortion, women, fetuses, physicians, rights and harms over time.”
Persons: Roe, Wade, Casey, Dobbs, , Organizations: Supreme, Jackson, Health Organization, Missouri Law, Amicus Locations: Missouri
TubeMogul was competing for an ad tech partnership with Netflix, so Lee learned about the company's own technology and culture. Lee started working at Netflix on its digital marketing programmatic buying team in 2014, earning a salary of $110,000. "It was actually perfect timing that I got laid off," Lee says of being part of Meta's November 2022 job cuts. While she wants to continue increasing her salary, money alone isn't enough. On her TikTok, YouTube and Instagram accounts, Lee shares career and lifestyle advice based on her experiences.
Persons: Sora Lee, Lee, Mickey Todiwala, she'll, hustles, Lee didn't, she's, you've, TubeMogul, Andrew Evers, Lisa Setyon, haven't, Jackson, Tesla, doesn't, I'm, Lee isn't Organizations: CNBC, University of California, TikTok, ByteDance, Netflix, Meta, Facebook, Child, Savings, Porsche, YouTube Locations: Berkeley, South Korea, San Mateo , California, TikTok, RSUs, TubeMogul, New York, Austin , Texas, Los Angeles, Meta's, Lake Tahoe, U.S
CNN —Sha’Carri Richardson has qualified for her first Olympic games after winning the 100-meter final on Saturday at the Olympic trials at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Richardson finished in first place with a time of 10.71 – the fastest time in the 100m in the world this year – to book her spot at the 2024 Paris Olympics with the US Olympic team. Richardson’s training partner Melissa Jefferson and Twanisha Terry also qualified for the Paris Olympics after finishing in second and third place, respectively. Sha'Carri Richardson crosses the finish line of the women's 100 meter dash final at Hayward Field Saturday. Richardson added a second gold to her haul, anchoring the American 4x100 relay at the same event.
Persons: CNN — Sha’Carri Richardson, Richardson, Melissa Jefferson, Twanisha Terry, Sha'Carri Richardson, Christian Petersen, Jamaica’s Shericka Jackson, Gabby Thomas Organizations: CNN, Hayward Field, US Olympic, Paris Olympics, Hayward, Tokyo Olympic Games Locations: Eugene , Oregon, Texas, Budapest, Hungary, American
The nation's highest court typically wraps up its business by the end of June, but court watchers count roughly a dozen major pending decisions. Trump v. United States: The Trump immunity caseThe implications for Trump alone made this the most closely-watched case this term. As Justice Neil Gorsuch said during oral arguments, the court may write "a rule for the ages." Justices heard oral arguments in a case brought by commercial fishermen about a rule requiring them to pay for monitors that track potential overfishing. Justice Elena Kagan said during oral arguments that 70 Supreme Court rulings and more than 17,000 lower-court decisions have relied on Chevron.
Persons: , Donald Trump's, Trump, Neil Gorsuch, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Jack Smith's, Smith, Lev Radin, Fischer, Joseph Fischer's, John Roberts, Loper, Raimondo, Biden, Elena Kagan, Andrew Harnik, Moyle, Roe, Joshua Turner, Ken Paxton, Brandon Bell, Ron DeSantis Organizations: Service, Trump, Business, . United, Police, United, Enron, Capitol, Electoral, Biden, Washington Post, Loper Bright Enterprises, FDA, Chevron, Natural Resources Defense, Inc, Getty, Idaho, Labor, Paxton, Industry, Gov, The Washington Post, Court, GOP Locations: . United States, United States, Pennsylvania, Chevron U.S.A, Idaho's, Idaho, Texas, Red, Florida
Finland has a lengthy track record of happiness, holding the top spot for seven years in a row now. CNBC Make It asked a group of Finnish and Danish business leaders and psychologists to explain those results. The phrase translates to "It doesn't matter" or "Don't worry about it," Wiking wrote for CNBC Make It in April. Whether you're dealing with a minor issue or a major setback, using this phrase can help you move on from life's ebbs to find happiness, Wiking wrote. "'Pyt med det' encourages us to shrug off negativity and move forward with grace and resilience."
Persons: Anni Hallila, Hallila, Meik Wiking, Wiking, ebbs Organizations: CNBC, American Psychological Association, People, Happiness Research Locations: Finland, Denmark, Danish, reoccurring
CNN —After nearly 47 years, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals this week exonerated Kerry Max Cook for the 1977 murder of Linda Jo Edwards, declaring him innocent of a crime for which he spent nearly 20 years on death row. Cook was accused of the 1977 rape, murder and mutilation of 21-year-old Edwards in Tyler, Texas. A third trial in 1994 ended with a new conviction and death sentence. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reversed the second verdict in 1996, stating misconduct by police and prosecutors. Before a fourth trial in 1999, the state offered Cook a “no contest” plea deal for murder.
Persons: Kerry Max Cook, Linda Jo Edwards, Bert Richardson, Cook, uncontroverted Brady, Edwards, Paula Rudolph, ” Cook, Appeals, Edward Scott Jackson, Cook’s, , ” Jackson, Kerry Cook, “ Kerry, Glenn Garber, ” Garber, , Jacob Putman Organizations: CNN, Texas, Exoneration, ” CNN Locations: Texas, Tyler , Texas, Smith, Tyler, Smith County
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewInterest in humanoid robots has surged in Silicon Valley this year, with one Nvidia research manager even declaring 2024 as the year of the humanoid. Goldman Sachs has estimated that the global market for humanoid robots could reach $38 billion by 2035, although it notes that "the viability of such machines hasn't been proven yet." AdvertisementThe company's headquarters are in the town of Falmouth, Cornwall, but it also has offices in Silicon Valley and London. So while investors seem confident that humanoid robots have a big future, significant challenges remain before that vision has a chance of becoming reality.
Persons: , Tesla, Goldman Sachs, Ameca, Will Jackson, Jackson, doesn't Organizations: Service, Microsoft, Nvidia, Business, Arts, Ameca Locations: Silicon, Falmouth, Cornwall, Silicon Valley, London, Las Vegas
It was easier even a decade ago to settle on the song of the summer. Now that summer has officially started, sample these musical confections and decide for yourself — what’s destined to become the song of summer 2024? Daniel Boczarski/Getty ImagesNot Like Us, Kendrick Lamar Credit: Kendrick Lamar, under exclusive license to Interscope RecordsHere’s a song of the summer that breaks all the rules. ‘A Bar Song (Tipsy),’ ShaboozeyShaboozey mashes up pop-country with the 2004 club classic "Tipsy" on his mournful yet singable hit, "A Bar Song (Tipsy)." Still, lyrics about dragging your increasingly drunk self from bar to bar in a desperate attempt to shed the stress of your 9-to-5 are not unrelatable.
Persons: it’s, Mike Errico, New York University’s, Errico, Sabrina Carpenter Sabrina Carpenter, Nina Westervelt, Sabrina Carpenter, , Billie Eilish, Billie Eilish's, Arturo Holmes, Eilish, , Randy Holmes, Tinashe’s, Janet Jackson, factly, Babe, ’ Chappell Roan Chappell Roan, Stephen J, Cohen, Chappell, , Kate Bush, Cyndi Lauper’s, Roan fantasizes, Roan didn’t, ’ Tommy Richman, Tommy Richman, Johnny Louis, Richman, ’ Kendrick Lamar, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Daniel Boczarski, — Lamar, It’s, Lamar, Brett Carlsen, Carter, Shaboozey Organizations: CNN, New York, Davis, Island Records, UMG, Inc, Interscope, Disney, Life, Amusement Records, Getty, Tommy Richman Credit, Concord, Kendrick Lamar Credit, Interscope Records, Lamar, American Locations: New, TikTok, British, singalongs, Chappell Roan, LA, Nashville
Willie Mays' son, Michael Mays, addresses the crowd aside baseball greats Ken Griffey Jr., left, and Barry Bonds, right. Approximately 60 Negro League players were in attendance – marking the largest official gathering of the league’s players in nearly 30 years, according to the MLB. A line of Negro League luminaries processed onto Rickwood Field before the game as “When the Saints Go Marching In” swelled through the stadium. Greason, who served as a mentor to teenaged Mays, told Fox Sports reporter Ken Rosenthal that Negro League players took to the field despite racism and segregation. “The overwhelming consensus is that Willie Mays is the greatest all-around player who has ever played,” veteran sportscaster Bob Costas told CNN.
Persons: Willie Mays, Mays, , Willie, , of Famer Reggie Jackson, wouldn’t, Michael Mays, I’ve, he’s, Ken Griffey Jr, Barry Bonds, Vasha Hunt, Jon Batiste, Bill Greason, Eugene Scruggs, Pedro Sierra, Henry Collins, Lively, Brittney Spencer, Willie Jones, C.S, Armstrong, “ Todays, Masyn Winn, Ken Rosenthal, , Babe Ruth, Bob Costas, San Francisco Mayor London Breed, Breed, CNN’s Ray Sanchez, Wayne Sterling, Kevin Dotson Organizations: CNN, Major League Baseball, Birmingham Black Barons, Negro Leagues, MLB, San Francisco Giants, St, Louis Cardinals, of Famer, Fox, Negro League, Saints, Batiste, Birmingham Barons, St Louis Cardinals, Cardinals, Giants, Neagro League, ” Cardinals, Fox Sports, Major League, Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Yankees, New York Giants, New York Mets, The Giants, San Francisco Mayor Locations: Birmingham, America, “ Birmingham, New York, San Francisco, Birmingham , Alabama, Rickwood
People on their deathbed share a single most-common regret: "I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me." That's according to Bronnie Ware, author of the 2011 book "The Top Five Regrets of the Dying." The native Australian spent eight years as a hospice worker, taking care of people with serious illness that often turned fatal. "Most people had not honoured [sic] even a half of their dreams and had to die knowing that it was due to choices they had made, or not made." Here's how you can get ahead of that regret earlier in life, according to Ware.
Persons: I'd, Bronnie Ware, they'd, Ware Organizations: Australian Locations: Ware
And don’t ask who else is coming. Romilly Newman, chef, food stylist, social media personality Don’t bring a guest to a seated dinner. Raul Tovar/Houses & Parties Rebecca Gardner Please don’t ask people to take off their shoes when entering your apartment. Bronson van Wyck Gosh, I don’t think you can avoid certain topics in 2024. But don’t think you’re décor.
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Some venues have already sold out of original tickets, but verified resellers, including StubHub and Vivid Seats, have many tickets available. Here's what fans need to know about how to buy Alan Jackson concert tour tickets. How to buy tickets for Alan Jackson 2024 concert tourWith ticket sales beginning on June 7, Alan Jackson's Last Call tour still has original tickets remaining for multiple locations. How much are Alan Jackson tickets? With the singer's neurological condition causing a gap in the Last Call Tour dates, it is unknown whether Jackson will announce further dates and locations.
Persons: Alan Jackson, Charcot, Marie, Jackson, We've, Alan Jackson's, StubHub, tacking Organizations: Business, CMT, UT, TicketMaster, CMT Research Foundation Locations: Boston, Rapids, MI, Fayetteville, Kansas City, Salt Lake City, Oklahoma, Fort Worth , TX, Orlando, Tampa, Milwaukee, Fort Worth , Texas
CNN —Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson said it was difficult to return to Rickwood Field in Birmingham, Alabama, for the Negro Leagues tribute game Thursday because of the onslaught of racism he experienced when he played there decades ago. The team played at Rickwood Field. Mays played for the Birmingham Black Barons, a Negro League baseball team that called Rickwood Field home until their last season in 1963. The game between the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals both paid tribute to the Negro Leagues and honored Mays’s legacy. Approximately 60 Negro League players were in attendance – marking the largest official gathering of the league’s players in nearly 30 years, according to the MLB.
Persons: CNN — Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson, Jackson, ” Jackson, , , , ’ ”, Los Angeles Angels – Jackson, Mr, of Famer Willie Mays, Mays Organizations: CNN — Baseball Hall of Famer, Negro Leagues, Birmingham, Southern League, Rickwood, Fox, Yankees, CNN, of Fame, New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angels, American League, MLB, of Famer, Birmingham Black Barons, Negro League baseball, San Francisco Giants, St, Louis Cardinals, Negro League, Locations: Birmingham , Alabama, New York
Supreme Court upholds domestic violence gun restriction
  + stars: | 2024-06-21 | by ( Lawrence Hurley | )   time to read: +4 min
Activists rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court before the start of oral arguments in the United States v. Rahimi second amendement case in Washington on Tuesday, November 7, 2023. The Supreme Court on Friday upheld a federal law that prohibits people subjected to domestic violence restraining orders from having firearms, taking a step back from its recent endorsement of a broad right to possess a gun. The court on an 8-1 vote ruled in favor of the Biden administration, which was defending the law — one of several federal gun restrictions currently facing legal challenges. He argued that he cannot be prosecuted under the federal gun possession restriction in light of what the Supreme Court concluded. But the case before the justices concerns his separate prosecution by the Justice Department for violating the federal gun possession law.
Persons: Biden, John Roberts, Clarence Thomas, Hunter Biden, Joe Biden's, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Joe Biden, Zackey, Rahimi's, Rahimi Organizations: U.S, Supreme, New York State, Justice Department, Circuit, Appeals Locations: United States, Washington, Texas, Arlington , Texas, New Orleans
Most of the earnings reports — 25 out of 32 portfolio names — were ranked as good or great by the Investing Club. Similar to prior quarters, we grouped company results into one of four categories. Meta Platforms : Sales, earnings and cash flow results all topped expectations . However, sales and earnings both outpaced expectations, as did return on tangible common equity, a key consideration when valuing banks. The company also raised its outlook for full-year earnings growth to 25% year-over-year from 20%.
Persons: we're, Dover, Eli Lilly, Blackwell, Abbott, , Wall, We'll, Morgan Stanley, Nikesh, Stanley Black, Wells, Estee Lauder, Fabrizio Freda, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Hock Tan, Broadcom Lucas Jackson Organizations: Investing, Apple, Services, Broadcom, VMware, Coterra, DuPont, Microsoft, Nvidia, Wynn Resorts, Super, Abbott Labs, Web Services, Constellation Brands, Constellation, Ford, Ford Pro, Wall Street, Alto Networks, Procter & Gamble, TJX, GE Healthcare, Honeywell, Linde, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC Locations: Dover, China, Eaton, Las Vegas, China's Macao, billings, Wells Fargo,
How Gen-Z buyers are changing the bridal fashion business
  + stars: | 2024-06-21 | by ( Yola Mzizi | )   time to read: +9 min
A bridal look from Collina Strada, presented at New York Fashion Week in September 2022. Aurora Rose/ShutterstockA bridal look from Sandy Liang, presented at New York Fashion Week in February 2023. Avalon/dpa/picture alliance/Sipa USAMillennial and Gen-Z brides-to-be like de Quesada are no longer shopping for just a wedding dress, but an entire wardrobe for pre- and post-wedding events. That breadth is propelling the global bridal wear market, which is projected to grow at a rate of 3.5 percent annually and is expected to reach $83.5 billion by 2030, according to the Global Bridal Wear Market Industry report. Efren Landaos/Sipa USAFor an emerging designer like Wiederhoeft, bridal is something of a safety net, serving as “a floating line of credit” for the rest of their business.
Persons: , Christyne de Quesada, ” de Quesada, , ShuShu Tong, Vera Wang, Gabriella Arango, Gucci, Collina Strada, Aurora Rose, Sandy Liang, de Quesada, it’s, , Caroline Crawford Patterson, Dua Lipa, Simon Porte Jacquemus, Marco Maestri, Arnold Jerocki, Crawford Patterson, Anthropologie, It’s, Jackson Wiederhoeft, Wiederhoeft, “ It’s, Efren, Millennials, Hillary Taymour, Taymour, JP Yim, Andrew Kwon's, Rodin, Andrew Kwon, Kwon, Brigitte Chartrand Organizations: The, Fashion, CNN, New York, Avalon, Cion Investment Corp, Abercrombie, Fitch, Census Bureau, Pew Research Center, Designers, ” Retailers, Ssense Locations: Venice, Italy, Mexico City, Miami, Shanghai, Florida, Dua, Charleval, France, New York, New, New York City, , Ssense
That sent lower courts scurrying into historical analyses to figure out if modern gun laws had some connection to the 18th Century. Roberts’ opinion said that lower courts were misunderstanding what the majority had said in that ruling. But Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, a member of the court’s liberal wing, suggested it was the high court’s fault for not providing clarity for lower courts to follow. One deals with a Pennsylvania man’s challenge to a federal law prohibiting felons, including those who are non-violent, from possessing firearms. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar presented that argument with an eye toward several other challenges pending to similar federal gun prohibitions that involve non-violent criminal activity.
Persons: John Roberts, Zackey Rahimi, ” Roberts, Donald Trump, Roberts, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, ” Barrett, ” Thomas ’, Bruen, Clarence Thomas, Thomas, Elie Honig, SCOTUS, Rahimi, ” Thomas, Hunter Biden, Hunter, Biden, Daniels, Steve Vladeck, , Elizabeth Prelogar Organizations: CNN, Supreme Court, New York, Trump, US, Appeals, Supreme, Circuit, University of Texas School of Law Locations: Texas, New, Bruen, Mississippi, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Illinois
Reggie Jackson played in Birmingham when he was in the minor leagues back in 1967. In his return to Rickwood Field, he shared his experience with racism and discrimination. Jackson played there just four years after four girls were killed in a bombing at the 16th Street Baptist Church. The Giants wore the uniform of the San Francisco Sea Lions, a Negro Leagues team that folded after its only season in 1946. Giants manager Bob Melvin played at Rickwood Field in parts of three seasons in the early 1980s as a minor-leaguer.
Persons: of Famer Reggie Jackson, Jim Crow, Jackson teared, , , Jackson, , Charlie Finley’s, ’ Finley, ‘ We’re, we’re, Willie Mays, Reggie Jackson, ackson,, ollie, ou’re, haron, ove, ou,, hite, ike, ethel B, artin, uther, J, eague, eason, elvin, layed, aid., harley, ride,, riffey J r., ure, ike W, ilgore J r. Organizations: of Famer, Hollywood, Major League, Negro Leagues, Birmingham Black Barons, ust Locations: Birmingham, osh
It took the authorities one week to find the bodies of Julianne Williams and Laura Winans near their campsite at a national park in Virginia in 1996 after their family reported them missing. But it would take nearly three decades for the authorities to identify the person they believe killed them. “I want to again extend my condolences to the Winans and Williams families and hope today’s announcement provides some small measure of solace.”An F.B.I. It re-examined previous leads and interviews and evidence recovered from the site of the killings. Investigators submitted some of the evidence for DNA testing and found a match to Mr. Jackson’s DNA, the agency said.
Persons: Julianne Williams, Laura Winans, Walter Leo Jackson Sr, , Lollie Winans, Julie Williams, ” Christopher R, Kavanaugh, Winans, Williams, Jackson’s Locations: Virginia, Richmond, Ohio, Shenandoah, U.S
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