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CNN —The Oscars of the food world — the James Beard Awards — were handed out Monday night to many chefs and restaurants reflecting cultures and regions that have long been overlooked when honoring culinary achievement in the United States. Outstanding Chef winner Michael Rafidi dedicated his award to Palestinian people all over the world in his acceptance speech. The 2024 winners bring heritage from all over the globe — the Philippines, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Vietnam, Senegal — to tables across the United States. This year’s awards also bring recognition to restaurants in many smaller towns and states that have not historically been recognized with James Beard Awards. Chef Masako Morishita received the James Beard Award for Emerging Chef.
Persons: James Beard, , Serigne Mbaye, ” Mbaye, Michael Rafidi, , Paul Smith, Lula Drake Wine, Chef Masako Morishita, Beard, Deb Lindsey, Masako Morishita, Atsuko Fujimoto, Morishita, Adams Morgan, Fujimoto, Baker, Ruth Reichl, Reichl, , foodie, James Beard’s, ” Beard, Hamissi Mamba, Nadia Nijimbere, MI, Yenvy Pham, Phở, WA Chris Viaud, NH Hollis Wells Silverman, Erika Whitaker, Kelly Whitaker, Sarah Minnick, Dean Neff, Renee Touponce, David Uygur, Christine Dong, Fariyal Abdullahi, Janet Becerra, SC Ryan Fernandez, Mel, Baker Susan Bae, Jesus Brazon, Manuel Brazon, Crystal Kass, Valentine, AZ Anna Posey, Hospitality Crawford, NC Gemma, Lula Cafe, Vin, California Geoff Davis, CA Rogelio Garcia, Auro, Lord Maynard Llera, Kuya, Los Angeles , CA Tara Monsod, Billy ” Ngo, Vinnie Cimino, Cordelia, Jose Salazar, Sarkar, Hajime Sato, Sozai, MI Jenner Tomaska, Tony Conte, Jesse Ito, Matt Kern, Harley Peet, Kevin Tien, Ann Ahmed, Rob Connoley, Dan Jacobs, Dan Van Rite, Christina Nguyen, Hai, Tim Nicholson, Brandon Cunningham, Ali Sabbah, Matt Vawter, Penelope Wong, Yuan Wonton, Nick Zocco, NY Atsushi Kono, Chris Mauricio, Charlie Mitchell, Clover, NY Jeremy Salamon, Conor Dennehy, Talulla, Maria Meza, David Standridge, Jake Stevens, Cara Tobin, Honey, Avery Adams, Matia, WA Kristi Brown, WA Josh Dorcak, Gregory Gourdet, Melissa Miranda, Jamie Davis, The, Washington , NC Rod Lassiter, Parnass Savang, James London, Chubby Fish, SC Robbie Robinson, Valerie Chang, FL Hunter Evans, Jackson, MS Gabriel Hernandez, Carlos Portela, Rene Andrade, Jeff Chanchaleune, Ma Der, Steve, Steve Riley, NM Eduardo Rodriguez, Zacatlán, Texas Emmanuel Chavez, Houston , TX Christopher Cullum, Cullum’s Attaboy, San Antonio , TX Tracy Malechek, Ezekiel, Birdie’s, Misti Norris, Petra, Ana Liz Pulido, Ana Liz Taqueria Organizations: CNN, Dakar NOLA, Lyric Opera, Michelin, Beverages Program, Chefs, The Washington Post, Washington Commanders, The New York Times, Gourmet Magazine, James, James Beard Foundation, Hav, Seattle , WA Nikko Cagalanan, SC, NY, Dakar, FL Kisser, Nashville , TN Oro, Caracas Bakery, AZ, Hospitality, IL, NY Woodford Food & Beverage, Beverages, SC The Morris, D.C, BEST, Social Haus, UT, New, New York State, Pacific, FL, Houston , TX Locations: United States, New Orleans, West Africa, Chicago, Portland , Oregon, Pacific, Albi, Washington, Ramallah, Philippines, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Vietnam, Senegal, West Virginia, Charleston , West Virginia, Columbia , South Carolina, Mission , Texas, Mystic , Connecticut, Easton , Maryland, Portland , Maine, Tokyo, Perry’s, Adams, DC, Bakery, Detroit, Seattle, WA, Greenleaf, Ansanm, Milford, Wolfeboro, NH, The Wells, Boulder, Portland, Wilmington ,, Albi , Washington, The, Lucia, Dallas , TX, Santa Fe, Marfa ,, San Antonio ,, Springs, , New York, Pancita, Seattle , WA, Kultura, Charleston, Southern Junction, Buffalo, Waitsburg, Lockhart, TX, Carmel, Dorchester, Dakar NOLA , New Orleans, LA Hayward, McMinnville, Kaya, Orlando, Nashville , TN, Nixta , Minneapolis, Shan, Bozeman, Albuquerque, Long Beach ,, Hudson, Caracas, Doral, Miami, Phoenix, Elske, IL, Son, Raleigh, NC, Dallas ,, New York, NY, Columbia, San Francisco ,, Anaheim , Anaheim, , Washington, Waxlight, Montpelier, VT, Baltimore, , New Orleans, LA, Brownsville ,, California, Burdell, Oakland, Calistoga, Los Angeles ,, San Diego ,, Kru, Sacramento, Lakes, MI, Cleveland ,, Mita’s, Cincinnati, Indienne, Clawson, Esmé, NJ, PA, Philadelphia, Fenwick, Bas Rouge, Easton, KS, MN, MO, WI, Khâluna, Minneapolis, St, Louis, EsterEv, Milwaukee, Hai Hai , Minneapolis, Omaha, UT, WY, Greenough, Salt Lake City, Rootstalk, Breckenridge, Denver, Urban, Sofreh, Brooklyn, Kono , New York, Harana, Accord, Clover Hill, RI, Cambridge, Dolores, Providence ,, Leeward, Burlington, Island, MÄS, Ashland, kann, Musang, KY, TN, The Hackney, Washington , NC, Talat, Atlanta, West Columbia, Maty’s, Elvie’s, Verde Mesa, San Juan, Saffron , New Orleans, AZ, NM, Bacanora, Oklahoma City, Henderson, Mesa, Tatemó, Houston ,, Austin ,, Mission
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez preparing to film a scene on the set of their movie "Gigli" on December 19, 2001 in Los Angeles. Scott Alfieri/Getty ImagesAffleck starred as the titular character, a mobster named Larry Gigli, and Lopez portrayed a gangster named Ri cki. At the time, Lopez was married to Cris Judd, her second husband (she was briefly married to Ojani Noa prior to that). "When I met her we became really, really, really good friends," Affleck said. Affleck said that neither of them changed aspects of themselves, and they "became really good friends in a way that was very comfortable."
Persons: Lopez, Affleck, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Scott Alfieri, Getty, Larry Gigli, Cris Judd, Ojani Noa, Judd, Jen Locations: Los Angeles
North Korea says its latest satellite launch exploded in flight
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North Korean technicians check the Unha-3 rocket at the Sohae Satellite Launch Station in Tongchang-Ri on April 8, 2012. North Korea said its attempt to launch a new military reconnaissance satellite ended in failure on Monday when a newly developed rocket engine exploded in flight. North Korea fired the projectile on a southern path off its west coast at around 10:44 p.m. (1344 GMT), the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The launch appeared to originate from Dongchang-ri, a northwestern area of the country where North Korea's main space flight centre is based, JCS said. Japan said over its J-Alert broadcasting system that North Korea appeared to have fired a missile, sending out the warning to residents in southern prefecture of Okinawa.
Persons: Yoshimasa Hayashi, Hayashi Organizations: North Korea's National Aerospace Technology Administration, South's, Chiefs, Staff, North, NHK Locations: Tongchang, North Korea, Pyongyang, North, South Korea, Japan, China, Dongchang, Korean, Korea, Okinawa
With limited logistics and no hope of reinforcement, 30,000 UN soldiers faced over 120,000 Chinese troops in a battle considered one of the most brutal of the Korean War. A lack of proof and a mother’s faithSoon after the war, the opposing nations embarked on Operation Glory, a 1954 exchange of thousands of sets of remains of Korean War dead. Spruell’s name also was recorded, it said, at the cemetery’s Courts of the Missing, where the names of 8,210 Americans lost in the Korean War were listed when it was dedicated in 1966. But the brother rarely spoke of the young man last seen halfway around the world near the Chosin Reservoir, said another one of his children, Dennis Spruell. More recently, it called Dennis Spruell with the news.
Persons: Cpl, John Albert Spruell, 7th Infantry Division –, Spruell, Spruell’s, Pauline Sleeper, , , Dennis Spruell, ” Dennis Spruell, , Sleeper, Dennis ’, Donna Lee Bailey, John Spruell, John A, Bailey, “ he’s, Charles Haley, Spruell didn’t, Haley, James Bell, John Spruell’s, ” Bailey, son’s, “ They’re Organizations: CNN, UN, 57th Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, Army, Operation, 57th Field Artillery, US Defense Department’s Defense POW, Agency, Memorial, of, Defense POW, Punchbowl, Spruell Defense POW, Army Mortuary Locations: Cortez , Colorado, Hagaru, Colorado, Cortez, Korean, Honolulu, cemetery’s, Korea, Japan
CNN —A New Orleans restaurant featuring a modern Senegalese tasting menu and an Ethiopia-born chef who studied psychology before turning to a culinary career are among the restaurants and chefs named as finalists for the coveted James Beard Awards. The finalists for the Restaurant and Chef Awards were announced Wednesday in Washington, DC. In the Emerging Chef category, Fariyal Abdullahi, executive chef at Hav & Mar in New York, is among the five finalists. Masako Morishita moved to Washington, DC to be a cheerleader for the Washington Commanders. Fariyal Abdullahi, executive chef at Hav & Mar in New York, is among the five finalists in the Emerging Chef category.
Persons: James Beard, Fariyal Abdullahi, Abdullahi, Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s, Masako Morishita, Andy Thomas Lee, Chef Serigne Mbaye’s, Sarah Minnick, Dean Neff, foodie, James Beard’s, , ” Beard, Mamba, Nadia Nijimbere, Yenvy Pham, Phở, Chris Viaud, Hollis Wells Silverman, Erika Whitaker, Kelly Whitaker, Michael Rafidi, Renee Touponce, David Uygur, Dallas , TX, Scott Suchman, Justin Hamel, Janet Becerra, Ryan Fernandez, Baker, Susan Bae, Jesus Brazon, Manuel Brazon, Atsuko Fujimoto, Crystal Kass, Valentine, Anna Posey, Gemma, Lula Drake Wine, Morris, Vin, Geoff Davis, Rogelio Garcia, Auro, Maynard Llera, Kuya, Tara Monsod, Billy ” Ngo, Vinnie Cimino, Cordelia, OHJose Salazar, Sarkar, Hajime Sato, Sozai, Jenner, Tony Conte, Jesse Ito, Matt Kern, Harley Peet, Kevin Tien, Ann Ahmed, Rob Connoley, Dan Jacobs, Dan Van Rite, Christina Nguyen, Hai, Tim Nicholson, Brandon Cunningham, Ali Sabbah, Matt Vawter, Penelope Wong, Yuan Wonton, Nick Zocco, Atsushi Kono, Chris Mauricio, Charlie Mitchell, Clover, Jeremy Salamon, Conor Dennehy, Talulla, Maria Meza, David Standridge, Jake Stevens, Cara Tobin, Honey, Avery Adams, Matia, Kristi Brown, Josh Dorcak, Gregory Gourdet, Melissa Miranda, Jamie Davis, The, Rod Lassiter, Parnass Savang, James London, Chubby Fish, Robbie Robinson, Paul Smith, Valerie Chang, Hunter Evans, Jackson, Gabriel Hernandez, Carlos Portela, Rene Andrade, Jeff Chanchaleune, Ma Der, Steve, Steve Riley, Eduardo Rodriguez, Zacatlán, Emmanuel Chavez, Christopher Cullum, Cullum’s Attaboy, Tracy Malechek, Ezekiel, Birdie’s, Misti Norris, Petra, Ana Liz Pulido, Ana Liz Taqueria Organizations: CNN, Lyric Opera, Hav, Culinary Institute of America, Noma, Mar, Washington Commanders, Dakar NOLA, Texas :, James Beard Foundation, The New York Times, D.C, Albi Restaurant, Washington Post, New York Times, Nikko, SC, Comfort, Dakar, Caracas Bakery, Lula, Woodford Food & Beverage, Beverages, Social Haus, UT, New, Pacific, PR Locations: New Orleans, Ethiopia, Washington ,, Chicago, New York, Copenhagen, Washington, Perry’s, Portland , Oregon, Wilmington , North Carolina, Texas, Texas : West Texas, Marfa, Mixtli, San Antonio, Detroit , MI, Seattle, WA, Greenleaf, Ansanm, Milford, Wolfeboro, NH, The Wells, Boulder, Portland, Wilmington , NC, Albi , Washington, The, Lucia, Dallas ,, Albi, Washington , DC, Santa Fe, Marfa , TX, San Antonio , TX, Springs, , New York, NY, Pancita, Kultura, Charleston, Southern Junction, Buffalo , NY, Waitsburg, Lockhart , TX, Carmel, CA, Dorchester, MA, Dakar NOLA , New Orleans, LA, Hayward, McMinnville, Orlando, FL, Nashville, TN, Nixta , Minneapolis, MN, Shan, Bozeman, Albuquerque, NM, Long Beach , CA, Hudson, Bakery, Caracas, Doral, Miami, Phoenix, AZ, Elske, IL, Son, Raleigh , NC, Dallas , TX, Columbia, San Francisco , CA, Anaheim , Anaheim , CA, , Washington, Buffalo, Montpelier, VT, Baltimore, , New Orleans, Brownsville , TX, San Francisco ,, California, Burdell, Oakland, Calistoga, Los Angeles , CA, San Diego , CA, Kru, Sacramento, Lakes, MI, Cleveland, Mita’s, Cincinnati, Indienne, Clawson , MI, Esmé, NJ, PA, Philadelphia, Fenwick, Bas Rouge, Easton, KS, MO, Khâluna, Minneapolis, St, Louis, EsterEv, Milwaukee , WI, Hai Hai , Minneapolis, Omaha, UT, Greenough, MT, Salt Lake City, Rootstalk, Breckenridge, Denver, Urban, Sofreh, Brooklyn, Kono , New York, Harana, Accord, Clover Hill, RI, Cambridge, Dolores, Providence , RI, Leeward, Burlington, Island, MÄS, Ashland, kann, Musang, KY, NC, The Hackney, Washington , NC, Talat, Atlanta, West Columbia, Maty’s, Elvie’s, Verde Mesa, San Juan, Saffron , New Orleans, Bacanora, Oklahoma City, Henderson, NV, Mesa, Tatemó, Houston , TX, Austin , TX, Mission
Creditnews ranked the10 best and 10 worst U.S. metro areas for first-time homebuyers in 2024. Creditnews Research analyzed America's 50 largest metro areas to find the best and worst housing markets for first-time buyers. The best metro area for first-time buyers: PittsburghPittsburgh is the No. 2 best metro area for first-time buyers, according to Creditnews. 10 worst metro areas for first-time homebuyers: San JoseThe San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara metro area was ranked the worst for first-time buyers in 2024.
Persons: Creditnews, Motley, Sir Francis Canker, Austin, Martin Vargas, Jose Organizations: Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Hoover, AL Jacksonville, FL New, Fort, West Palm Beach , FL Dallas, Austin, U.S . Austin, , Texas, Fortune, Jose, eBay, PayPal, Jose , CA San, San Bernardino -, CA San, Hillsboro , WA Salt Lake, UT, San Diego Locations: U.S, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Austin, , TX, Antonio, New Braunfels , TX Birmingham, AL, FL, FL New Orleans, Metairie , LA Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach ,, Fort Worth - Arlington , TX Cleveland, Elyria ,, Raleigh, NC, The Texas, ,, Texas, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Jose , CA, Jose , CA San Diego, Carlsbad, CA Los Angeles, Long, Anaheim , CA Denver, Aurora, Lakewood, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Bernardino - Ontario, CA, CA San Francisco, Oakland, Hayward , CA, Warwick , RI Sacramento, Roseville, Arden, CA Portland, Vancouver, Hillsboro , WA Salt, Hillsboro , WA Salt Lake City, San Diego, Carlsbad , California, Los Angeles, San Diego , California
Not fun.”Many scientists who study the intersection of climate change, flooding, winter storms and sea level rise agree the kind of damage Levy experienced was more of a sign of things to come than an anomaly. Climate change is forecast to bring more hurricanes to the Northeast as waters warm, some scientists say. In the Northeast, the problem of climate change is especially acute because of forecasted sea level rise here, said Hannah Baranes, a coastal scientist with the Gulf of Maine Research Institute's Climate Center in Portland, Maine. “This is a real moment to consider how much flooding is in several feet of sea level rise,” Baranes said. Vermont, which also suffered heavy damage in Hurricane Irene in 2011, is working to establish statewide floodplain standards, Moore told the Maine Climate Council.
Persons: Haim Levy, ” Levy, “ It's, Levy, Hannah Baranes, it's, Baranes, , ” Baranes, Joe Biden, Patrick Keliher, Janet Mills, , we've, ” Mills, We're, Julie Moore, Hurricane Irene, Moore, hasn't, Irene, Laura Dwyer, Dwyer, Conrad Ferla, Ferla, Charles Krupa, Rodrique Ngowi, ___, Patrick Whittle, @pxwhittle Organizations: Haim, United Nations, European Union, of, state's Department of Marine Resources, Democratic, Maine Climate Council, Vermont Agency of Natural, Coastal Resources Management, Associated Press Locations: PORTLAND, Maine, Hampton , New Hampshire, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Massachusetts, of Maine, Portland , Maine, New England, Vermont Agency of Natural Resources . Vermont, Hurricane, Vermont, , North Wildwood, Rhode Island, Narragansett , Rhode Island, South Kingstown
Claudine Gay is out as the president of Harvard. Gay announced Tuesday in a letter that she was stepping down, and reactions have poured in on social media from both her supporters and critics. AdvertisementElon Musk voiced his agreement with a social media user's post that said Gay had been "caught plagiarizing." I admire Claudine Gay for putting Harvard's interests first at what I know must be an agonizingly difficult moment. AdvertisementNot everyone celebrated Gay's resignation.
Persons: Claudine Gay, Gay, , Larry Summers, Gay's, Elon Musk, Emil Michael, Uber's, Alan Garber, — Lawrence H, Summers, Bill Ackman, Ackman, hasn't, Sally Kornbluth, Elizabeth Magill, it’s, 3yUDw6tciF — Emil Michael, @emilmichael, Christopher Rufo, Rufo, Elon, Jason Calacanis, Timnit Gebru, Couldn't, Gebru, Nikole Hannah Jones, Janai Nelson, Liz Magill's, Gary Marcus, Uber, Marcus Organizations: Harvard, Service, Treasury, Twitter, Billionaire, Gay, Former University of Pennsylvania, Harvard Corporation, Conservative, Google, NAACP Legal Defense, Educational Fund
But home prices are still on the rise, according to a November 28 note from Selma Hepp, the chief economist at CoreLogic. The outcome is that many remain renters, which drives up demand for rental property and the cost of rent. If the cost of rent is 20% below the price of owning a home monthly, then it may be comparable. Rent prices are based on listings from Rent.com. For example, take the cost of rent over five years; let's say it's $3,000 x 12 months = $36,000 annually.
Persons: Selma Hepp, they'll, Suzanne Miller, Miller, Price, Shmuel Shayowitz, Shayowitz Organizations: Business, Home, Empire State, Seattle -, Dallas, Fort, Redfin, Kansas, Jacksonville, Birmingham, NA Milwaukee, Phoenix, Boston, Orlando, Virginia, KY, UT, Oklahoma Locations: Redfin . Metro, Seattle, Dallas, Seattle - Tacoma, Bellevue, Everett, Tacoma, Fort Worth, Metro, Columbus, Providence, RI, Kansas City, Angeles, Buffalo, NY, Indianapolis, York, Hartford, Jose, Antonio, Minneapolis, Detroit, MI, Virginia Beach, Louis, Washington, San Diego, Atlanta, Richmond, Cincinnati, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Tampa, WA, Denver, Riverside, CA, Cleveland, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, NC, Orleans, LA, Nashville, TN, Memphis, Raleigh, Louisville, Jefferson County, Houston, Salt Lake City, Miami, Chicago, Sacramento, Vegas, Portland, Austin, New York City
SEOUL — North Korea launched a rocket on ​Tuesday in what South Korea​ said was an attempt to put its first military reconnaissance satellite in orbit, this time with technological help from Russia. The rocket ​flew to the south over the sea between the Korean Peninsula and China, ​the South Korean military said in a brief statement. North Korea launched its new Chollima-1 rocket from ​its satellite launching station in Tongchang-ri near ​its northwestern border with China​ ​in May and again in August. This week, North Korea told the International Maritime Organization that it would​ soon make a third attempt​. And this time, North Korea received assistance from Russia, helping the North overcome its technological shortcomings, according to South Korean officials who have monitored its launch preparations in Tongchang-ri in recent weeks.
Persons: Korea ​, Organizations: South Korean, South, International Maritime Organization Locations: SEOUL, North Korea, Korea, Russia, China, United States, South Korea, Japan, Tongchang, , South Korean
NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — The money from corporate support keeps poring into the LPGA Tour, which on Thursday announced a 2024 schedule with over $116 million in prize money and a record 10 regular tournaments offering at least $3 million. Political Cartoons View All 1250 ImagesThe agreement includes this week's CME Group Tour Championship. Prize money on the LPGA Tour has been steadily climbing, with recent boosts coming from the majors, particularly the U.S. Women's Open ($11 million this year) and the KPMG Women's PGA Championship ($10 million). This year, only four regular tournaments — not including the five majors or the CME Group Tour Championship — had prize funds of $3 million or more. The Women's PGA goes to Sahalee outside Seattle, while the U.S. Women's Open is at Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania.
Persons: Mollie Marcoux Samaan, Marcoux Samaan, , Andrews, Michelle Wie West, Annika Sorenstam, Annika, Robert Trent Jones, ___ Organizations: LPGA, CME, ESPN, Channel, Women's, KPMG Women's, Chevron, Lotte, AIG Women's British, Lancaster Country Club, of Famers, Palos Verdes, Solheim, Robert Trent Jones Golf Club, Ryder Locations: NAPLES, Fla, U.S, Boston, Arizona, Florida, San Francisco, New Jersey, Las Vegas, Houston, Hawaii, Asia, St, France, Sahalee, Seattle, Pennsylvania, Los Angeles, South Korea, Virginia
The Senate on Wednesday night passed a stopgap funding bill, punting the GOP's spending fight and the threat of a government shutdown until after the holidays. The funding bill next heads to President Joe Biden's desk for his expected signature. The CR is designed to buy more time for House Republicans to pass appropriations bills and for House and Senate negotiators to reach a deal on funding. The House has passed seven of the twelve annual appropriations bills that fund the government for a full fiscal year, while the Senate has passed three. Johnson and his leadership team sent House lawmakers home for the Thanksgiving holiday early on Wednesday after two appropriations bills ran into trouble.
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Jack Reed, Joe Biden's, Schumer, Mike Johnson's, Johnson, Scott Perry, we're, I've, we've, Hakeem Jeffries, Jeffries, — Frank Thorp V, Garrett Haake Organizations: U.S, Capitol, Republicans, New, Agriculture, Transportation, Housing, Urban Development, Veterans Affairs, Defense Department, House Republicans, House, Caucus, Democrats, Congressional Black Caucus Locations: Washington, Israel, Ukraine, D
A video showing a June 2023 paragliding accident in South Korea has been wrongly described online as footage of a Hamas paraglider crashing into a power line while trying to enter Israel in October. Israel bombed Gaza and vowed to annihilate the Hamas movement after the Palestinian group attacked Israel on Oct. 7. “Unsuccessful landing of a Hamas paraglider straight on a power line in Israel,” reads an Oct. 11 post on messaging platform X, formerly known as Twitter, sharing a black and white version of a video of a paraglider crashing into an electricity pole giving rise to a plume of smoke. Chinese media outlets shared screenshots of the same video to show news of the paragliding accident. Video does not show a Hamas paraglider crashing into a power line in Israel.
Persons: , Read Organizations: Israel, Reuters, Facebook, Thomson Locations: South Korea, Israel, Gaza, Seopjikoji, Jesu Island, Seopjikoji Beach, Goseong, Hamas
Ri singled out a recent trip by the U.S. Space Force commander to Tokyo, and the deployment of a Space Force component in South Korea, where its members took part in joint military drills for the first time this year. Such moves were "nothing but a camouflaged curtain to cover up the scenario for preemptive attack on the anti-U.S. and independent countries," Ri said, mentioning North Korea, China and Russia. DPRK is the initials of North Korea's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. North Korea has failed twice to place a spy satellite in orbit, both in May and August, and has vowed to try again as early as October. Last month, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un toured Russia's most modern space launch centre, where President Vladimir Putin promised to help him build satellites.
Persons: KCNA, Jin, Ri, Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin, Ra Jong Min, Canada's, Ra, Hyonhee Shin, Gerry Doyle Organizations: National Aerospace Technology Administration, U.S . Space Force, Force, DPRK, Democratic People's, North, Thomson Locations: SEOUL, U.S, United States, Asia, Tokyo, South Korea, North Korea, China, Russia, DPRK, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Canada
View shows Sigma Lithium Corp SGML.V production at the Grota do Cirilo mine in Itinga, in Minas Gerais state, Brazil April 18, 2023. That transaction, Gardner's lawyers argued, would grant Sigma mineral rights to valuable lithium deposits and hurt RI-X's ability to develop its own mining project. At the time of the transfer, Gardner owned 49% of RI-X and Cabral-Gardner held 51%, documents show. Sigma shares, which had been up 4% in afternoon trading on Thursday, erased gains to close more than 2% lower after Reuters reported on the court injunction. Sigma declined to comment on the New York lawsuit, and said "the divorce proceedings are a private, personal matter and have no impact on how Sigma Lithium conducts business."
Persons: Washington Alves, Ana Cabral, Gardner, Calvyn Gardner, Cabral, Sigma, Fabio Teixeira, Ernest Scheyder, Gabriel Stargardter, Brad Haynes, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: Sigma Lithium Corp, REUTERS, DE, Sigma, Reuters, Deloitte, Brazilian Mining Association, New, Thomson Locations: Itinga, Minas Gerais, Brazil, DE JANEIRO, Vancouver, Sao Paulo, New York
House Judiciary is demanding that the FBI turn over internal records about ex-agent Charles McGonigal. The FBI ignored a letter from the committee sent in February, a committee spokesperson told Insider. Jordan first demanded that the FBI turn over McGonigal-related documents in February, a few days after he was indicted in New York and Washington. The bureau never responded beyond acknowledging receipt of the letter, a spokesperson for the committee told Insider. In a video interview, Buma told Insider that Jordan's committee is cherry-picking its witnesses, a charge that a spokesperson for Jordan has denied.
Persons: Charles McGonigal, McGonigal, Jim Jordan, Christopher Wray, Jordan, McGonigal's, Sheldon Whitehouse, Hillary Clinton, Trump, Johnathan Buma, Buma, Wray Organizations: FBI, Service, Justice Department, Bureau, New, Republicans, Veritas Locations: York, Wall, Silicon, Russian, Ohio, New York, Washington, Russia, New York City
A file photo of Russian President Vladimir Putin meets North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un on April 25, 2019 in Vladivostok, Russia. Citing unidentified Russian regional officials, Japanese broadcaster TBS reported that Kim's train crossed the border and arrived in the border town of Khasan. North Korea has possibly tens of millions of artillery shells and rockets based on Soviet designs that could potentially give a huge boost to the Russian army, analysts say. Based on North Korean state media photos, Kim's delegation possibly includes Pak Thae Song, chairman of North Korea's space science and technology committee, and Navy Admiral Kim Myong Sik, who are linked with North Korean efforts to acquire spy satellites and nuclear-capable submarines. After decades of a complicated, hot-and-cold relationship, Russia and North Korea have been drawing closer since Moscow's invasion of Ukraine in 2022.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong, Mikhail Svetlov, Kim Jong Un, Kim, Jeon Ha Gyu, Choe Sun Hui, Ri, Pak Jong Chon, KCNA, Dmitry Peskov, Putin, Peskov, Xi Jinping, Donald Trump, Defense Ministry and National Intelligence Service didn't, Adrienne Watson, Matthew Miller, Song, Kim Myong Sik, Jo Chun Ryong, China — Organizations: North Korean, Getty, Korea's Defense Ministry, Korean People's, Korean Central News Agency, TBS, TASS, Associated Press, Chosun Ilbo, South, South Korea's Presidential, Defense Ministry and National Intelligence Service, White, National Security, North, Democratic People's, Department, Washington, Ukraine — Donetsk, Luhansk —, . Security Locations: Vladivostok, Russia, Ukraine, North, Pyongyang, Korean, Japanese, Khasan, Russian, North Korea, South Korea's, Korea, United States, Ukrainian, DPRK, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Washington, South Korea, Japan, Moscow, Beijing, Syria, China
Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin shake hands as they begin their talks at the Vostochny Cosmodrome, Amur region, Russia, on September 13. Providing this technology to North Korea would be in violation of international sanctions, aimed at hampering Pyongyang’s ability to build a fully functioning nuclear weapons and ballistic missile force. After the talks, Kremlin spokesperson Peskov said “North Korea is our close neighbor,” according to state media. The two ballistic missiles fired by North Korea Wednesday morning each traveled about 650 kilometers (400 miles) before falling into the sea, according to the JCS. North Korea may be intending “to show that the military maintains readiness with uninterrupted command and control,” Easley said.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong, Putin, , ” Putin, , Kim Jong Un, Kim, Kim Jong Un's, Dmitry Peskov, ” Peskov, ” Leif, Eric Easley, John Bolton, ” Bolton, Peskov, Kim Yo Jong, Sergei Shoigu, Shoigu “, ” Kim Jong Un's, ” Easley, Ankit, ” Panda, we’ve Organizations: CNN, Vostochny, Kremlin, Ewha Womans University, North, Russian, US National Security, of, Munitions Industry, Russian Defense, South Korea’s, Chiefs of Staff, North Korea Wednesday, Kremlin Analysts, Security, Nuclear, Carnegie Endowment, International Locations: Korea, Russia, North Korea, Russia’s, Pyongyang, Ukraine, Vostochny Cosmodrome, Amur, Kremlin North Korea, North Korean, Moscow, Seoul, Cosmodrome, Soviet Union, “ North Korea, South
In the background, women in dresses and traditional clothing can be seen cheering and waving the North Korean flag. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves before departing Pyongyang for Russia on September 11, 2023. Armored train of luxuryThe train has long been the subject of intrigue, carrying generations of the Kim family across the country and on rare overseas trips. The same train – green with yellow striping – was seen in footage from Russian state media when Kim Jong Il visited Russia in 2002. Information from inside the country slowed to a trickle, even more so in recent years under Kim Jong Un’s rule.
Persons: Kim Jong, Kim, Vladimir Putin, Choe Sun Hui, Chol, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il, Kim Jong Un, Konstantin Pulikovsky, Kim Jong Il’s, Pulikovsky, ” Pulikovsky, Xi Jinping, KCNA, KCNA Kim, Donald Trump, Putin Organizations: CNN, North, KCNA, Central Military Commission, Workers ’ Party, Reuters, Russian, Ministry, New York Times, Times, South, South Korean, Chosun Ilbo, Nuclear, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, North Korean, Yonhap Locations: North Korean, Russia, United States, Russia’s, Pyongyang, Korean, Switzerland, North Korea, Bordeaux, Burgundy, South, Korea, China, Beijing, Vietnam, Hanoi, Vladivostok, South Korean
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un departs Pyongyang, North Korea, to visit Russia, September 10, 2023, in this image released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency on September 12, 2023. KCNA via REUTERS Acquire Licensing RightsSEOUL, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Top military commanders, arms industry officials and diplomats accompanied North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on his trip to Russia, hinting at a potentially defence-heavy agenda for meetings with President Vladimir Putin. North Korea did not name the members of the delegation, but analysts identified several key figures who appear to be accompanying Kim in photos released by state media on Tuesday. Overseeing North Korea's defence industry including its nuclear and missile programmes, Ri travelled to Russia with Kim's late father, Kim Jong Il, in 2011. An official at Seoul's Unification Ministry in charge of inter-Korean affairs said Kim and Putin could explore ways to return North Korean labourers to Russia, banned under the U.N. Security Council sanctions.
Persons: Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin, Kim, Ri Pyong Chol, Ri, Kim's, Kim Jong Il, Marshal Pak Jong Chon, Pak, Jo Chun Ryong, Michael Madden, Putin, Jo, Kang Sun Nam, Madden, Choe Son Hui, Choe, Donald Trump, Kim Yo Jong, Su Yong, Pak Hun, Han Kwang Sang, Hyonhee Shin, Josh Smith, Gerry Doyle Organizations: North, Korean Central News Agency, KCNA, REUTERS Acquire, Rights, Central Military Commission, Marshal, Munitions Industry Department, Stimson, Jo . Defence, U.S, Seoul's Unification Ministry, . Security, Thomson Locations: Pyongyang, North Korea, Russia, Rights SEOUL, Washington, Vietnam
Kim’s delegation likely includes his foreign minister, Choe Sun Hui, and his top two military officials – Korean People’s Army Marshals Ri Pyong Chol and Pak Jong Chon. Other officials identified in North Korean state media photos may hint at what Kim might seek from Putin and what he would be willing to give. U.S. officials released intelligence last week that North Korea and Russia were arranging a meeting between their leaders. After decades of a complicated, hot-and-cold relationship, Russia and North Korea have been drawing closer since Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022. Both Russian and North Korean officials denied such claims.
Persons: , Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin, Kim, Jeon Ha Gyu, Choe Sun Hui, Ri, Pak Jong Chon, Putin, Pak, Song, Adm, Kim Myong Sik, it's, Kim Jong, Jo Chun Ryong, Putin’s, Dmitry Peskov, , Adrienne Watson, , Matthew Miller, Wagner, Sergei Shoigu, Jim Heintz, Aamer Madhani, Matthew Lee, Dake Kang, Ng Han Guan Organizations: Korean Central News Agency, Korea’s Defense Ministry, Korean People’s, Korea’s Unification Ministry, TASS, Associated Press, White, National Security, North, Democratic People’s, , Washington, United, Korean, Russian Locations: SEOUL, South Korea, Russia, Ukraine, North, North Korean, Korea, Russian, Vladivostok, Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday ., Ukrainian, DPRK, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Washington, Japan, Moscow, Beijing, United States, Korean, Tallinn, Estonia, Fangchuan, China, russia, ukraine
North Korean media released a video showing Kim Jong Un at a lavish banquet on Sunday. Four different moments of Kim Jong-Un and his daughter at a banquet table on August, 27, 2023. Kim Yo Jong was identified by NK News as the woman in a jacket standing center of picture, facing Kim Jong Un, below. A row of sailors look joyful as they serenade Kim Jong Un at a banquet in Pyongyang on August 27, 2023. A general view of the banquet in Pyongyang on August 27, 2023, attended by Kim Jong Un.
Persons: Kim Jong, Kim, Ri Sol Ju, Kim Ju, Kim Jong Un, Ri, , Kim Ju Ae, Kim's, Kim Yo Jong Organizations: Navy, Service, NK News, North Korea's, Air Koryo, DPRK NK News, Guardian Locations: Wall, Silicon, North, Pyongyang, DPRK, North Korea, Koryo, Serrano
North Korea on Thursday launched a ​space vehicle carrying its first ​military reconnaissance satellite, ​but failed to put it into orbit. North Korea said it would try to launch the satellite again in October. North Korea’s new Chollima-1 rocket, launched at 3:50 a.m. local time from its space launch station in Tongchang-ri, near its northwestern border with China, flew south over the sea between Korea and China. The launch ​triggered an emergency warning in Japan​’s southernmost prefecture of Okinawa​, where residents were asked to take cover. North Korea later said its launch had failed because the “emergency blasting system​” of the rocket’s third stage malfunctioned.
Persons: Kim Jong, Japan ​ Organizations: Thursday, Locations: Korea, North Korea, Tongchang, China, Japan, Okinawa, ​ Japan, Philippines
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un gives field guidance at the Seohae satellite launch site, in North Korea, in this photo released on March 11, 2022 by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). Dec. 12, 2012: North Korea successfully launches the Kwangmyongsong-3, putting an object in orbit. April 2013: North Korea establishes the National Aerospace Development Administration (NADA) which purports to pursue space exploration for peaceful purposes. Aug 29, 2017: North Korea fires an intermediate range missile over northern Japan, prompting warnings to residents to take cover. March 16, 2023: North Korea test launches the Hwasong-17 ICBM, its biggest missile, which some analysts believe incorporates technology for space launch vehicles.
Persons: Kim Jong Un, KCNA, Kim Jong Il, Hyon, , Kim, Jack Kim, Ed Davies, Josh Smith, Gerry Doyle Organizations: Korean Central News Agency, REUTERS, Rights, Japan's Coast Guard, ., North Korea, National Aerospace Development Administration, United, International, Japan, International Maritime Organization, Pacific, Thomson Locations: North Korea, North, Rights SEOUL, South Korea, United States, Korea, Pyongyang, Japan, U.S, East China
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), with Senator Jack Reed (D-RI), Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), holds a press conference after the weekly Democratic caucus policy luncheon at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. July 19, 2023. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Aug 16 (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday said he met with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy a few weeks ago and agreed to a resolution that could extend current federal government spending for a few months. Current government funding is due to expire Sept. 30 with the fiscal year beginning Oct 1, and no action to fund the federal government could trigger a shutdown. Any spending measures would have to pass both the Democratic-led Senate and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Reporting by Susan Heavey; editing by Christina FincherOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Jack Reed, Tim Kaine, Catherine Cortez Masto, Jonathan Ernst, Kevin McCarthy, Schumer, McCarthy, Susan Heavey, Christina Fincher Organizations: Democratic, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Rights, Democrat, MSNBC, Republican, Senate, ., Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Ukraine
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