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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
“His life has been building the Republican majority and attaining the third-highest office in the land. Many colleagues still consider him a skillful convener of people with institutional knowledge about the workings of a Republican majority he helped build. But his inexperienced successor, Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana, has not sought him out for any advice on managing the fractious Republican conference. Mr. McCarthy has labored to acclimate. “After any stressful situation, it takes a while for the body to normalize,” Mr. McHenry said of the former speaker.
Persons: , Patrick T, McHenry, McCarthy’s, , McCarthy, Mike Johnson of, Johnson, Mr Organizations: Republican, Capitol, Oxford Union, New York Times Locations: McHenry of North Carolina, Mike Johnson of Louisiana
CNN —House Speaker Mike Johnson said Saturday he believes Republicans have the votes to launch a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. “I believe we will,” Johnson told Fox News of a GOP-led impeachment inquiry. Johnson, appearing alongside House GOP conference chair Elise Stefanik, claimed the inquiry wouldn’t be used as a partisan political tool. “Now we’re being stalled by the White House because they’re preventing at least two to three DOJ witnesses from coming forward” and withholding evidence from the National Archives, he continued. “A formal impeachment inquiry vote on the floor will allow us to take it to the next necessary step, and I think it’s something we have to do at this juncture.”To this point, House Republicans have been pushing to formalize their impeachment inquiry into Biden but have not had the votes to do so.
Persons: Mike Johnson, Joe Biden, , ” Johnson, , Johnson, Elise Stefanik, “ Elise, Donald Trump, we’re, Biden, Kevin McCarthy, Hunter, Stefanik, ” Stefanik Organizations: CNN —, Republicans, Fox News, GOP, Republican, White, House GOP, National Archives, Democrat
download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Advertisement"It's something we count on for the winter months," Johnson told Business Insider. Hosts like Johnson will charge as much as they need to — so it's no shock your Christmastime Airbnb costs a pretty penny. Courtesy of AirDNAAirDNA data shows the last week of the year is typically the second highest-income week for short-term rentals, surpassed only by the Fourth of July. But for Thanksgiving, it was listed for $1,500 to $1,700 per night; around Christmas, it will go for $2,000 to $2,300 a night.
Persons: , Melinda Johnson, Johnson, they'd, Jamie Lane, Lane, Austin Weinerman, Weinerman, Ryan Villines Organizations: Service, nab, Business Locations: Tennessee, Smoky, Angeles, South Florida, Warsaw , Missouri, Acapulco
Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va. Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty ImagesWASHINGTON — Don Beyer isn't the average student at George Mason University. So he enrolled, starting with the prerequisite classes that will ultimately lead him to a master's degree in machine learning. Beyer is part of almost every group of House lawmakers working on AI. He was also a member of former Speaker Kevin McCarthy's working group on AI, which could be resurrected under Speaker Mike Johnson. Obernolte, who has a masters degree in artificial intelligence, said there's no shortage of smart lawmakers on AI, including Beyer.
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They blew a 17-point lead, watched Oregon go ahead by four and immediately responded with the drive of the game. And now the third-ranked Huskies not only are the Pac-12 champions, they secured a spot in the College Football Playoff with a 34-31 victory over No. Only Oregon State and Washington State will remain as they try to find a way to keep the tradition-rich conference together in some form. Washington took a 20-3 lead before the Ducks scored a touchdown with nine seconds left to get to within 10 points. The lead didn't last long as Washington scored on its next drive to take the lead for good.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House is making history this year in ways that Republicans could hardly have envisioned when the party took control. First, the Republicans voted to oust their speaker, Kevin McCarthy, and on Friday they voted to get rid of one of their own, indicted GOP Rep. George Santos of New York. The result has been a dizzying 11 months in a House majority riven by infighting, chiseling away at the powers of Congress and taking its toll on the actual business of governing. As the year comes to a close, the arc of power for House Republicans is at an inflection point, a new era of performance politics and chaotic governing that shows no signs of easing. A scathing House Ethics report found “overwhelming evidence” of lawbreaking by Santos, including questionable campaign expenditures on items like Botox.
Persons: Kevin McCarthy, George Santos, chiseling, Mike Lawler, Santos, you’re, , ” Santos, , Donald Trump, Nick LaLota, Matt Gaetz, Mike Johnson, Johnson, Joe Biden, Hunter Organizations: WASHINGTON, House Republicans, Republican, New, Capitol, Yorkers, GOP, Trump, Republicans Locations: George Santos of New York, lawbreaking, Florida
Rep. George Santos (R., N.Y.) delivered a speech this week in which he said it would be improper for lawmakers to vote to expel him before the legal process fully plays out. Photo: elizabeth frantz/ReutersWASHINGTON—The House is set to vote Friday on whether to expel embattled Rep. George Santos over allegations the New York Republican stole money from his own campaign and committed other misdeeds, in what would be only the third expulsion from the chamber since the Civil War. A two-thirds House supermajority is required to remove a member, meaning that 290 votes would be needed to oust Santos if all 435 House members vote. Most Democrats are expected to back expulsion, leaving Santos’s hopes in the hands of his GOP colleagues. While many Republicans support the move to remove Santos, some—including Speaker Mike Johnson (R., La.
Persons: George Santos, elizabeth frantz, Santos, Santos’s, Mike Johnson, Organizations: Reuters WASHINGTON, New York Republican, GOP Locations: N.Y
Rep. George Santos (R., N.Y.) delivered a speech this week in which he said it would be improper for lawmakers to vote to expel him before the legal process fully plays out. Photo: elizabeth frantz/ReutersWASHINGTON—The House voted Friday to expel embattled Rep. George Santos over allegations the New York Republican stole money from his own campaign and committed other misdeeds, in only the third expulsion from the chamber since the Civil War. The vote was 311 to 114, just slightly more than the two-thirds House supermajority required to remove a member. While Democrats and many Republicans supported the move to remove Santos, some—including Speaker Mike Johnson (R., La. )— had expressed reservations about expelling him before his criminal case had been resolved.
Persons: George Santos, elizabeth frantz, Santos, Mike Johnson, Organizations: Reuters WASHINGTON, New York Republican, Republicans Locations: N.Y
A majority of House members voted Friday to expel George Santos (R., N.Y.) from the House of Representatives. Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg NewsWASHINGTON—The House voted Friday to expel embattled Rep. George Santos over allegations the New York Republican stole money from his own campaign and committed other misdeeds, in only the sixth expulsion from the chamber and the first of a member who wasn’t a convicted felon or a member of the Confederacy. Lawmakers voted 311 to 114 to remove him, above the two-thirds House supermajority required by the Constitution. While almost all Democrats and many Republicans supported the move to expel Santos, more than half of GOP lawmakers—including Speaker Mike Johnson (R., La.) and other members of party leadership—said he shouldn’t be expelled before his criminal case had been resolved as it would set a bad precedent.
Persons: George Santos, Al Drago, wasn’t, Santos, Mike Johnson, , shouldn’t Organizations: Bloomberg News WASHINGTON, New York Republican, Confederacy, Republicans Locations: N.Y
The analyst lowered her price target to $99 from $106 per share. The new price target implies just a 5% gain from Thursday's close. The analyst's $115 price target, hiked from $70 previously, implies 43% upside from where the stock closed Thursday, at $80.36. ET: Morgan Stanley downgrades Alibaba Morgan Stanley cut Alibaba to equal-weight from overweight and lowered the firm's price target to $90 from $110. The analyst's $190 price target implies shares can rise just 2.6% from where they closed Thursday.
Persons: JPMorgan downgrades, Jessica Fye, Fye, Sarah Min, Wells Fargo, Andrew Nowinski, GenAI, Nowinski, FactSet, — Sarah Min, Morgan Stanley downgrades Alibaba Morgan Stanley, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, PDD, John Melloy, Jason Bazinet, Bazinet, Johnson, Danielle Antalffy, Antalffy, Robert Ohmes, — John Melloy Organizations: CNBC, Spotify, JPMorgan, Investors, U.S, PDD Holdings, Citi, UBS, Johnson, Pharma, Bank of America, of America, Costco Locations: BioNTech, Thursday's, Wells Fargo, China, Darzalex, DARZALEX
Executives don't need to worry about Irrational misrepresenting their company, and participation can open them up to potential inclusion in products such as an ETF, van Adelsberg said. In total, the ETF recently held nearly 150 equities and is benchmarked to the CIBC Human Capital Index. Still, the team noted some challenges in building broader awareness of what human capital is or why it matters. "In this market, what we're seeing is that those companies who have strong human capital ratings are outperforming," van Adelsberg said. "The role that human capital plays in driving future equity performance isn't going down.
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Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday: Stifel initiates Boeing at buy Stifel said it sees a "favorable" setup for Boeing shares. Citi downgrades Spotify to neutral from buy Citi said in its downgrade of Spotify that the risk/reward is less compelling. Jefferies initiates Arcos Dorados as a buy Jefferies said the Latin American McDonald's franchisee is a "consistent compounder." Jefferies initiates CSG Systems as buy Jefferies said in its initiation of the software-as-a-service company that it sees burgeoning growth. Jefferies initiates Amdocs as buy Jefferies said it sees opportunity for the Israel-based software and systems integration supplier. "
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Moments after House members cast a historic vote to expel Representative George Santos of New York, Speaker Mike Johnson banged the gavel with a grim look on his face. “In light of the expulsion of the gentleman from New York, Mr. Santos, the whole number of the House is now 434,” he announced gravely to an uncommonly silent House chamber, looking down with a faint grimace. It made official what had been apparent in recent days — that many of his fellow Republicans had been willing to defy his wish to keep Mr. Santos, a serial fabulist, in Congress, and that Mr. Johnson and his party were now facing ever-more brutal political math. Their slim four-vote majority has dwindled to just three. That will make governing more difficult for Republicans, who have already had immense trouble corralling their fractious members to steer legislation through the closely divided House.
Persons: George Santos, Mike Johnson, Santos, , Johnson Organizations: Republicans Locations: George Santos of New York, New York, Congress
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
kept its forecast that holiday sales — from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31 — would grow 3 to 4 percent this year. Mastercard, for example, said sales both in stores and online rose 2.5 percent on Nov. 24, from a year earlier. Like Mastercard’s estimate, the retail consultancy forecast that — adjusted for inflation — sales slipped slightly, Mr. Johnson said. If stores have too much inventory on hand, they may have to cut prices more than expected, which would erode their profits. “Really for the first time in four quarters, we are seeing retailers get inventories better aligned with sales,” Mr. Yruma said.
Persons: ” Matthew Shay, , Craig Johnson, Johnson, Edward Yruma, Piper Sandler, Mr, Yruma, Organizations: National Retail Federation, Mastercard, Growth Partners, Target
Chicago homeless migrants shelter faces backlash
  + stars: | 2023-12-01 | by ( Eric Cox | )   time to read: +3 min
[1/5] Migrants, without a place to stay upon arrival in the city, seek safe shelter inside the District 12 station of the Chicago Police Department in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. May 17, 2023. REUTERS/Eric Cox/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCHICAGO, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Chicago is grappling with local backlash against moving homeless migrants into a new government-run tent encampment as temperatures drop and more migrants continue to arrive. Hundreds of migrants are still sleeping on floors or in tents outside city police stations. Community members in Brighton Park are suing the city to try to stop construction, saying it violates Chicago zoning laws. "In May, Mayor Johnson welcomed migrants to Chicago, saying the city has 'enough room' for them," Eze said in a statement.
Persons: Eric Cox, Ricardo Palacios, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson, Johnson, Greg Abbott's, Abbott, Renae Eze, Mayor Johnson, Eze, Ted Hesson, Mary Milliken, Sandra Maler Organizations: Chicago Police Department, REUTERS, Rights, Chicago, O'Hare International, Chicago Mayor, Democrat, Republican, Texas, Democratic, Thomson Locations: Chicago , Illinois, U.S, Chicago, Chicago's Brighton Park, Illinois, Brighton Park, Texas, Mexico, Venezuela, Chicago , New York, Los Angeles, Washington
Duolingo is set to take its viral TikTok marketing to the Super Bowl. The language-learning app plans to run a five-second ad during the Super Bowl game on February 11, Manu Orssaud, Duolingo's chief marketing officer, told Business Insider. It won't be a national Super Bowl ad and instead target local markets regionally. The Super Bowl ad is also set to include a digital component and be "something surprising, something that hopefully will get people talking," Orssaud said. YouTube Shorts' audience skews toward men more than TikTok, and Duolingo is creating repeatable, series-driven content specifically for YouTube Shorts, Orssaud said.
Persons: Manu Orssaud, Orssaud, Reddit, Duolingo Duolingo, Duolingo, Duo, Barbie, Lily, there's Organizations: Super, Business, Warner Bros, YouTube, Brands, Adidas Locations: Germany, Japan, TikTok
Commercial property companies ramped up borrowing when rates were low and some are now struggling to pay off or roll-over debt after eight interest rate hikes by the central bank. Thedeen said many companies in the commercial real estate sector needed to restructure their balance sheets. Even if rates have peaked, problems for the commercial real estate sector are not over. Short-dated debt and large refunding needs mean "the Swedish property sector has more risk" than in other European countries, Maria Gillholm, senior credit officer at Moody's, said. The commercial real estate sector triggered a financial crisis in Sweden in the early 1990s and authorities have said it is once again the biggest risk to financial stability.
Persons: Erik Thedeen, Jonas Ekstromer, Thedeen, It's, Riksbank, Moody's, Maria Gillholm, Simon Johnson, Terje Solsvik, Essi Lehto, Susan Fenton Organizations: TT, Agency, Rights, Moody's, Thomson Locations: Stockholm, Sweden, Swedish, Europe
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
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After months of congressional hand-wringing, Mr. Santos finally met his demise on Friday, after Republicans and Democrats each offered separate expulsion resolutions. The resulting debate on the House floor on Thursday captured the absurdity and unseemliness of Mr. Santos’s scandals. Mr. Santos is only the sixth member of the House to be expelled in the body’s history. Mr. Santos must still contend with the federal indictment in which prosecutors have accused him of multiple criminal schemes. (That company, Harbor City Capital, has been accused of operating a Ponzi scheme by the Securities and Exchange Commission, though Mr. Santos has not been implicated.)
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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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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
Jordan Mailata, the 6-foot-8, 365-pound left tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles, was nervous for his next matchup. It was August, and he was heading into the recording studio to duet with the Godmother of Soul, Patti LaBelle. “He sings his face off — I was shocked,” Ms. LaBelle said on Thursday. It is the trio’s second holiday album to raise money for Philadelphia-area charities. stars — Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, and Jalen Hurts, the Eagles quarterback — and musicians with ties to Philadelphia like Ms. LaBelle, a longtime Eagles fan.
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George Santos, the New York Republican congressman whose tapestry of lies and schemes made him a figure of national ridicule and the subject of a 23-count federal indictment, was expelled from the House on Friday after a decisive bipartisan vote by his peers. The move consigned Mr. Santos, who over the course of his short political career invented ties to the Holocaust, Sept. 11 and the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, to a genuine place in history: He is the first person to be expelled from the House without first being convicted of a federal crime or supporting the Confederacy. Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana announced the tally to a hushed House chamber: The measure, which required a two-thirds majority, passed with 311 lawmakers in favor of expulsion, including 105 Republicans, and 114 against. Two members voted present. “The new whole number of the House is 434,” a downcast Mr. Johnson announced, confirming that with Mr. Santos’s ouster, the already paper-thin margin of Republican control had shrunk to three votes.
Persons: George Santos, Santos, Mike Johnson, Johnson, Santos’s Organizations: New York Republican Locations: Orlando, Louisiana
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