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Republican candidates in all eight of the country’s most competitive Senate races have changed their approach on the issue of abortion, softening their rhetoric, shifting their positions and, in at least one case, embracing policies championed by Democrats. From Michigan to Maryland, Republicans are trying to repackage their views to defang an issue that has hurt their party at the ballot box since the Supreme Court overturned federal abortion rights. While the pivot is endemic across races in swing states, the most striking shifts have come from candidates who unsuccessfully ran for the Senate just two years ago in their home states, with abortion views that sounded very different. When Bernie Moreno, a Republican businessman, ran for a Senate seat in Ohio in 2022, he described his views as “absolute pro-life, no exceptions.”“Life begins at conception” and “abortion is the murder of an innocent baby,” he said on social media.
Persons: Bernie Moreno, Organizations: Republican Locations: Michigan, Maryland, Ohio
CNN —A Michigan State Police detective has been charged with murder after investigators say he fatally struck a fleeing suspect with an SUV last month near Grand Rapids, state prosecutors announced. Sterling fell to the ground and began yelling and groaning about pain in his back, body-worn police camera footage shows. Keely, 50, has been charged with one count of second-degree murder, which carries a life sentence, as well as an alternative charge of involuntary manslaughter, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday. Brian Keely Michigan State Police)“Detective Sergeant Keely’s actions that day were legally, grossly negligent and created a very high risk of death or great bodily harm, which could have otherwise been prevented,” Nessel said. Keely was suspended from his position following the incident, Michigan State Police Director Col. James Grady II said last month.
Persons: Sgt, Brian Keely, Samuel Sterling, Sterling, Keely, Dana Nessel, ” Nessel, James Grady II, Grady, it’s, ” Grady, Ven Johnson, , , Marc Curtis, ” Johnson, Sterling “, ” Curtis Organizations: CNN, Michigan State Police, Michigan Department, Sterling, Brian Keely Michigan State Police, WWMT, Authorities, Marshall’s, Force Locations: Grand Rapids, Kentwood, Michigan, Burger
Read previewIsrael's ongoing war in Gaza — and President Joe Biden's continued support for it — has become a major issue in the 2024 election. After Hamas killed more than 1,200 people in its October 7 attack, Israel launched a counteroffensive aimed at eliminating the group. Here's a guide to where President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump stand on Israel — and why some are threatening to stay home or cast protest votes in November. I mean, moving shots of bombs being dropped into buildings in Gaza… it's a very bad picture for the world." For these voters — some of whom may have even had family members killed in Gaza — they argue that the war outweighs all other considerations.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, That's, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Israel —, Biden, he's, Nathan Howard, Israel Trump, Israel, Israel Hayom, Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu, Doug Mills, Syria —, we're, Biden's, it's, Abdullah Hammoud, Jill Stein, Cornel West Organizations: Service, Business, UN, United Nations Relief, Works Agency, GOP, Israeli, Washington Post, Muslim, Democratic, Biden, Trump, Green Party Locations: Gaza, Israel, Rafah, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Syria, Biden's Israel, Dearborn, Michigan
The U.S. economy has been an enigma over the past few years. The job market is booming, and consumers are still spending, which is usually a sign of optimism. But if you ask Americans, many will tell you that they feel bad about the economy and are unhappy about President Biden’s economic record. And while a measure of sentiment produced by the Conference Board improved in May, the survey showed that expectations remained shaky. More than half of registered voters in six battleground states rated the economy as “poor” in a recent poll by The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Siena College.
Persons: Biden’s Organizations: University of Michigan, Conference Board, The New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Siena College, Federal Reserve Locations: U.S
Perhaps Lost in the Polling: The Race Is Still Close
  + stars: | 2024-05-29 | by ( Nate Cohn | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
But the news is not all bad for Mr. Biden — or, at least, it’s not all that bad. It’s close enough that he would have a very serious chance to win if the election were held tomorrow. And of course, the race won’t be held tomorrow: There are five-plus months to go for a possible Biden comeback. The electoral mapHow is the race close? If Mr. Biden won those battleground states, he’d probably be re-elected as president.
Persons: Biden hasn’t, He’s, Biden —, it’s, It’s, Biden, there’s, Biden’s, he’d Locations: Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona , Georgia, Nevada , North Carolina , Florida , Ohio
“It’s putting patients’ lives in danger,” said a nurse who works at Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital, a 290-bed facility about 25 miles north of downtown Detroit. The health care sector reported 249 ransomware attacks to the FBI last year, more than any other sector, with some cases affecting patient records. And, perhaps more than any other sector, health care firms hold an enormous volume of sensitive data that is ripe for targeting and extortion schemes. The hack cut off health care providers from billions of dollars of revenue and snarled service at pharmacies across the US. (She said her firm had no specific insights into the Change Healthcare or Ascension ransomware attacks.)
Persons: cyberattack, , , cybercriminals, Mac Walker, Walker, ” Walker, Ascension’s, Ascension, Dina Carlisle, “ There’s, Andrew, ” Sezaneh Seymour, ” Bryan Vorndran, Vorndran Organizations: CNN, Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital, , FBI, Biden, White House, Department of Health, Services, OPEIU, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Change Healthcare, UnitedHealth, Healthcare Locations: Detroit, Birmingham , Alabama, St, Louis, Rochester , Michigan, ” OPEIU
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Miss Kim brought in $1.89 million in sales in 2023 and made a net profit of $101,553 for the fiscal year from August 2022 to July 2023. "I started wondering, if I had Korean food or Asian food and I was able to tell this story…what would that look like?" In the fiscal year from August 2016 to July 2017, Miss Kim brought in $699,877 in sales, according to Kim. Doing away with tippingToday, Miss Kim is profitable and thriving, with total sales of $1.89 million in 2023. When Miss Kim first opened, "we decided that we're going to do away with tipped credit and pay people living wage."
Persons: Ji Hye Kim, Kim, Ann Arbor, Miss Kim, Young Kim, Hye Kim Kim, Paul Saginaw, Ari Weinzweig, Zingerman's, Hye Kim, she'd, It's, Kim didn't, Zach Green, Marisa Forziati Organizations: CNBC, U.S, University of Michigan, Dancing Sandwich Enterprises, Miss Locations: South Korea, New Jersey, Ann, Zingerman's, Ann Arbor, Michigan, New York, Saginaw, Korea, Ann Arbor , Michigan, gochujang, U.S, United States, Miss
But the idea of simply placing Kennedy atop the Libertarian Party ticket to marry his momentum with their organization left Kennedy with an embarrassing loss at the Libertarian Party convention in Washington. About half – 51% – said they would support Trump in a two-way matchup, compared with 37% who said they would pick Biden. The last third-party candidate to win a state and get Electoral Votes was George Wallace, who won Southern states in 1968. The only third-party candidate to outperform a major party candidate was former President Teddy Roosevelt, who outpolled Republicans after he failed to get their nomination in 1912 and then ran as a third-party candidate. But rather than focus on the relatively few people who turn out for a third-party candidate, why not look at the large number of people who don’t take part in elections at all?
Persons: CNN —, Donald Trump, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Chase Oliver, Kennedy, Trump, Nicole Shanahan, Shanahan, – Kennedy, Biden, CNN’s Harry Enten, , RFK, Ross Perot, George Wallace, Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Oliver, Jo Jorgensen, Gary Johnson’s, CNN’s Aaron Pellish, Pellish, Kennedy don’t, Bob Barr, Bill Weld, Gary Johnson, Barr, Weld, Ron Paul, Paul, Jill Stein, Ralph Nader, Al Gore, George W, Karl Rove, Stein, Hillary Clinton, Rove, Libertarian’s Jorgensen, Johnson Organizations: CNN, Republican, Libertarian Party, Trump, Google, Biden, SSRS, Quinnipiac University, RFK Jr, Electoral, Southern, Democrat, Libertarian, Federal Reserve, GOP, Republican Massachusetts gov, Green Party, Street Journal, Democratic, Pew Research Center Locations: Washington, Republican Massachusetts, Florida, Michigan , Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona , Georgia
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMy Korean restaurant brings in $1.8 million a year—here's what it costs to runAt 27, Ji Hye Kim quit her job at a medical administration company to become a cheesemonger at Zingerman's Deli in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Eight years later, she opened her own Korean restaurant, Miss Kim. Ji Hye is now a James Beard Award semifinalist. In 2023, her restaurant brought in $1.8 million in sales. Ji Hye passes much of that revenue on to her staff, paying them $12-$15 per hour and sharing the restaurant's profits with them.
Persons: Ji Hye Kim, Kim, Ji Hye, James Beard Locations: Ann Arbor , Michigan
But despite the vast improvements in battery technology, EV charging still can't hold a candle to the 5-minute stop to fill a gas tank. Related storiesCar companies hoped the public charging infrastructure would improve along with them as they built more range into their vehicles. AdvertisementWhat no one can seem to agree on is who is responsible for building out public charging infrastructure. All these industry efforts have helped to feed an EV charging infrastructure boom in recent years. The Biden Administration has set aside $7.5 billion for charging infrastructure with a vow to add 500,000 EV charging stations by 2030.
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CNN —A Michigan mother died after pushing her 2-year-old daughter away from an out-of-control vehicle at a drag racing event on Sunday, police say. Kadie Price, 33, was a spectator at the racing event, which took place at the Silver Lake State Park Sand Dunes in Michigan’s western Oceana County. That vehicle then slammed into Price – seconds after she had pushed her daughter safely out of the way. Silver Lake State Park Sand Dunes is a popular destination for its 450-acre off-road-vehicle area, approximately 80 miles from Grand Rapids. With nearly 2,000 acres of sand dunes along Lake Michigan, the park is the only sand dune riding area east of the Mississippi, according to the Michigan State Natural Resources website.
Persons: Kadie Price, Jeep CJ, Craig Mast, Price, Charlie Price –, Mast, , ” Mast, Charlie Price’s, Joy Matthews, CNN’s Kaila Nichols, Ryan Bergeron Organizations: CNN, Sunday, Silver Lake, Jeep, Sheriff’s Office, Investigators, Natural Resources Locations: Michigan, Michigan’s, Oceana County, Kent, Grand Rapids, Silver Lake, Lake Michigan, Mississippi
Washington CNN —The Biden reelection campaign has enlisted three police officers – all of whom were working at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, when rioters overtook the building – to stump for Biden across battleground states in the coming weeks, the campaign told CNN. Aquilino Gonell, Officer Harry Dunn and Officer Danny Hodges plan to tell voters across key swing states that former President Donald Trump poses a threat to democracy and to their fundamental rights as Americans. Dunn and Gonell sustained injuries during the attack on the Capitol and have since retired from the Capitol Police. “We were the victims, we lived through it,” Dunn, who mounted an unsuccessful bid for Congress, told CNN in an interview. In a fundraising email to Biden supporters last week, Gonell described sustaining career-ending injuries and being “trampled in a tunnel” – and noting he would continue fighting for America after being in uniform.
Persons: Washington CNN —, , Aquilino Gonell, Harry Dunn, Danny Hodges, Donald Trump, Dunn, Gonell, Hodges, ” Dunn, Trump, Biden, , insurrectionists, , goading Trump, , Harris, Jen O’Malley Dillon, CNN’s Priscilla Alvarez Organizations: Washington CNN, Biden, Capitol, CNN, Capitol Police, DC’s Metropolitan Police Department, America, Seven, NATO, Russia Locations: Nevada, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin , Michigan, New Hampshire, Atlanta, France, Washington ,, Ukraine
Her book “Over the Influence: Why Social Media Is Toxic for Women and Girls — And How We Can Take It Back” was recently published by Alcove Press. Unsurprisingly, the game has resulted in many calls to 911, car crashes, a school evacuation and dangerous confrontations with actual gun owners. Of course, it’s easy to see why kids are playing “senior assassin”: they’re trying to connect with one another. Their generation spends less time with friends and more on social media. As police have warned, someone who thinks they’re in danger from an actual gun might meet a kid playing this game with deadly violence.
Persons: Kara Alaimo, , , , Kaylin Gillis, It’s, shouldn’t, what’s, I’ve, toymakers Organizations: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Women, Press, Facebook, CNN, USA, YouTube, University of Michigan’s, Pew Research, Twitter Locations: New York
Several park visitors were swept off the bridge to their deaths in recent years during periods of high water. The crew members were among thousands of mostly youthful workers who labor to maintain the trails that thread through America’s public lands. The National Park Service recorded 325.5 million visits to its parks last year, up 4 percent over the previous year and the second busiest year on record. But the 236,000 miles of trails that wend their way through the parks, forests and deserts are often neglected and are certainly undervalued. That poses dangers to hikers and impedes access to the wonders that can be found on public lands.
Organizations: Forest, National Park Service Locations: Yosemite, Talladega, Allegheny, Michigan , Minnesota, Wisconsin
Brandon Bell | Getty ImagesU.S. health officials are monitoring and preparing to combat bird flu in humans, even as they stress that the risk to the general public remains low. An Australian child was also recently infected with bird flu, the country announced on Tuesday. In rare cases, bird flu viruses spread to humans and can cause mild to severe symptoms that can require hospitalization. The Food and Drug Administration would need to approve bird flu vaccines before they roll out. Potential mRNA shotsU.S. health officials are also in talks with messenger RNA vaccine makers about potential bird flu shots for humans.
Persons: Brandon Bell, Andrew Pekosz, Pekosz, Peter Chin, That's, Hong Organizations: Getty, Disease Control, U.S ., Human Services Department, CNBC, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, CDC, HHS, NBC News, UCSF Health, Drug Administration, FDA, Pfizer, Moderna Locations: Quemado , Texas, Michigan, Australian, U.S
Semaglutide, the compound in the blockbuster drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, dramatically reduced the risk of kidney complications, heart issues and death in people with Type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease in a major clinical trial, the results of which were published on Friday. The findings could transform how doctors treat some of the sickest patients with chronic kidney disease, which affects more than one in seven adults in the United States but has no cure. The trial, funded by Ozempic maker Novo Nordisk, was so successful that the company stopped it early. Dr. Martin Holst Lange, Novo Nordisk’s executive vice president of development, said that the company would ask the Food and Drug Administration to update Ozempic’s label to say it can also be used to reduce the progression of chronic kidney disease or complications in people with Type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is a leading cause of chronic kidney disease, which occurs when the kidneys don’t function as well as they should.
Persons: Ozempic, , Katherine Tuttle, Martin Holst Lange, Novo, Subramaniam Pennathur Organizations: University of Washington School of Medicine, Renal Association, The New England, of Medicine, Novo Nordisk, and Drug Administration, Diabetes, Michigan Medicine Locations: United States, Stockholm, The
In photo at right, Rob Breakiron with his daughter, Isabelle, at a performance of Taylor Swift's Eras tour. He often wears Swift's merchandise or friendship bracelets from her ongoing Eras tour on team calls. He's seen updates on Swift's music and personal life as something employees from across generations jump in to discuss on a team messaging forum. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted photos of his face bejeweled and wrists covered in friendship bracelets, which have become a hallmark accessory of Swift's tour. Despite that, she said, Swift's music has been a "universal language" that's helped her connect with everyone from the fathers of fans to women who see themselves in the singer.
Persons: Megh McLaughlin, Rob Breakiron, Isabelle, Taylor, Isabelle Breakiron, Taylor Swift, Swift, he's, Angela Hall, Andrew Boyagi, Boyagi, He's, Johan Cruyff, Jeff Bezos, Ray Dalio, Mark Zuckerberg, Susan St, Ledger, that's, McLaughlin, Amani Albertsen, Wise, Albertsen, Sharif Karmally, Karmally, Beyoncé, Raeah Smith, Smith, hasn't, Matt Lindner, Lindner, Organizations: KPMG, Angela Hall of Michigan State University's School of Human Resources, Labor Relations, Society for Human Resource Management, Getty, Amazon, Disney, Michigan State's Hall, CNBC, Poets Department, Data Department Locations: Virginia, Australia, Cincinnati , Ohio, Amsterdam, Netherlands, St, HashiCorp, Florida, U.S, Atlanta, Texas, Minneapolis, Chicago
General signage before practice for the first round of the 2024 NCAA Tournament at PPG Paints Arena. Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY SportsA major change could be coming for college athletes — they may soon start getting paid. Other casesThe settlement is expected to cover two other antitrust cases facing the NCAA and major conferences that challenge athlete compensation rules. Hubbard v. the NCAA and Carter v. the NCAA are also in front of judges in the Northern District of California. College sports have been trending in this direction for years, with athletes receiving more and more monetary benefits and rights they say were long overdue.
Persons: Charles LeClaire, , Charlie Baker, Steve Berman, Grant, Michael McCann, McCann, Logan Riely, Hubbard, Carter, Fontenot, they're, George Zelcs Organizations: PPG Paints, NCAA, ACC, SEC, Former Arizona State, Grant House, Sedona Prince, TCU, NBC, Washington Huskies, Michigan Wolverines, College Football Playoff, Notre Dame, Big, Atlantic Coast, Washington, Oregon State, Northern District of, College Locations: Oregon, amateurism, Houston, Southeastern, Washington State, Northern District, Northern District of California, Colorado, Fontenot
Since the constitutional right to abortion was taken away in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization in 2022, Democratic spending on abortion-related ads has jumped. Line chart showing the percentage of television ad spending devoted to abortion from 2018 to 2024. Democratic spending jumped up to around one-third in 2022 after the Dobbs ruling and has stayed high. In the first four months of this year alone, 48 percent of Democratic ad spending on broadcast networks in Pennsylvania centered on abortion. Democrats are seizing the moment, devoting two-thirds of their ad spending to abortion there.
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Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., December 11, 2023. Stock futures were little changed on Thursday evening, following the worst session in more than a year for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. S&P 500 futures ticked up by 0.04%, while Nasdaq 100 futures pulled back 0.02%. The Dow suffered a 1.53% decline for its worst session since March 2023, weighed down by a 7.6% drop in Boeing. To that end, the S&P 500 is tracking for a weekly loss of 0.7%, while the Dow is on pace to drop about 2.4%.
Persons: Dow, Jamie Cox, Dow Jones Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Dow Jones, Dow, Nasdaq, Intuit, Ross Stores, Nvidia, Boeing, Harris Financial, Federal Reserve, University of Locations: New York City, U.S
But often over the last month, his presidential campaign has ventured into politically hostile territory: New York City. “It does feel like he’s almost going out there door to door.”Image Mr. Trump brought pizzas to a firehouse in Midtown Manhattan. Credit... Hiroko Masuike/The New York TimesWorking within the trial schedule, Mr. Trump’s aides have also looked to use its constraints to their advantage. Image Union workers outside a construction site in Manhattan last month during Mr. Trump’s visit. Credit... Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times Image The Trump campaign has cited his crowds as proof of his popularity in deep-blue New York.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, , George Arzt, Edward I, Koch, Hiroko Masuike, Brian Hughes, Mr, Trump’s, ” Jason Miller, Biden, Miller, Bill de Blasio, de, Hank Sheinkopf, Sheinkopf, , ” Nicholas Nehamas Organizations: Trump, Midtown Manhattan ., New York Times, New Yorker, Democratic, New, Madison, Garden, Credit Locations: New York City, Harlem, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan, New York, Midtown, Florida, York, Yorkers, Bronx, Crotona Park, Michigan, Wisconsin, Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, Wildwood , N.J, bodega
October, a speech-language pathologist for New York City Public Schools, started her journey toward financial independence a few years ago. October is one of many millennials who are working toward achieving financial independence, one of the main goals of the FIRE — financial independence, retire early — community. Some millennials who successfully achieved financial independence told BI that a traditional retirement is overrated. Advertisement"The whole time I've been thinking in terms of my financial independence as what I call single-player mode. She sees financial independence as an extension of her drive to fulfill passion projects.
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Washington CNN —The US government and dozens of states sued Live Nation in a groundbreaking antitrust lawsuit on Thursday, alleging that for years the parent company of Ticketmaster abused its industry dominance to harm concertgoers nationwide. It is time to break up Live Nation-Ticketmaster.”In a statement, Live Nation called the DOJ’s allegations “baseless.”“The DOJ’s lawsuit won’t solve the issues fans care about relating to ticket prices, service fees, and access to in-demand shows,” Live Nation said in a statement. The lawsuit highlights how regulators now believe, more than a decade on, that the behavioral modifications Live Nation agreed to have failed. According to the lawsuit, Live Nation directly manages more than 400 artists, controls around 60% of concert promotions at major concert venues across the country, and controls more than 265 concert venues in North America. And through Ticketmaster, the suit says, Live Nation controls roughly 80% or more of major concert venues’ primary ticketing for concerts.
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CNN —Longstanding abortion restrictions like waiting periods and provider regulations are now under legal attack in states where Roe v. Wade’s reversal prompted voters to amend their state constitutions to protect abortion rights. But the success abortion rights advocates have had in passing such measures in purple states and even Ohio – where Republicans have dominated recent elections – is notable. Anti-abortion activists say that abortion rights advocates are stretching the constitutional amendments beyond their meaning, suggesting that voters in other states should be wary. Abortion rights advocates say that the legal landscape differs state by state, so it’s difficult to predict the litigation that could come out of the proposed amendments if adopted. There are campaigns for initiatives to expand abortion rights in several other states, but only in a few states so far have abortion rights advocates cleared the required hurdles to guarantee the proposals will be on the ballot.
Persons: Roe, ’ pushback, Dobbs, ’ ”, Rabia Muqaddam, , Meagan Burrows, Katie Daniel, Susan B, Anthony Pro, Dana Nessel, Eric Restuccia, , ” Genevieve Marnon, Casey –, Dave Yost, ” Yost, Casey, Yost, Jessica Arons, “ We’re, ” Arons Organizations: CNN, ACLU, Jackson, Health, Center for Reproductive Rights, Republicans, Democrat, Democratic, Republican, “ Voters Locations: Ohio, Michigan, In Ohio, Michigan and Ohio, California, Florida , Arizona , Missouri, Dobbs, Roe, Arizona
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