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Read previewA Russian warship docked off the coast of Cuba can carry advanced strike capabilities, specifically new hypersonic missiles. The Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov arrived in Cuba on Wednesday ahead of a Caribbean air and maritime exercise after conducting drills in the Atlantic earlier in the week. Russian navy frigate Admiral Gorshkov launching a Zircon hypersonic missile in White Sea, Russia, on July 19, 2021. Hypersonic missiles are fast, highly maneuverable, and fly unpredictable flight paths and patterns that can make intercepting them extremely difficult. Russian navy frigate Admiral Gorshkov docked in the port in Richards Bay, South Africa on February 22, 2023.
Persons: , Admiral Gorshkov, Gorshkov, Goshkov, Putin, GUILLEM SARTORIO Organizations: Service, Kremlin, Business, NATO —, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, AP, Russia's Defense Ministry, Getty, DF, ZF Locations: Cuba, Russian, Sea, Russia, Richards Bay , South Africa, AFP, China, Japan
In New York, probation officers talk to the defendant and the prosecutor in separate pre-sentencing interviews in preparation for what's known as a pre-sentencing report. AdvertisementTrump is not getting preferential treatment by being allowed to do his interview via video and with his lawyer, a city spokeswoman told Business Insider. It is true that defendants who are locked up while awaiting sentencing typically do pre-sentencing interviews via video, defense lawyers told Business Insider. But defendants like Trump, who are at liberty, are almost always required to appear alone and in person for their probation interviews, lawyers told BI. "I've never been present at a probation interview," said veteran Legal Aid attorney Sam Roberts.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Todd Blanche, Trump, it's, Ivette Davila, Richards, it's President Trump, Justice Manhattan Juan Merchan, Blanche, I've, Sam Roberts, he's, Thomas Eddy, there's, Eddy, Blanche wasn't Organizations: Service, of, Business, Associated Press, Legal Aid Society, The Bronx Defenders, Defender Services, Neighborhood, Service of Harlem, it's, New, Justice Manhattan Locations: New York City, Mar, New York, Manhattan, York City, Rochester , New York
Indiana Fever guard Caitlin Clark (22) maneuvers past Washington Mystics guard Ariel Atkins (7) and Washington Mystics guard DiDi Richards (12) during the Washington Mystics-Indiana Fever WNBA game at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., on June 7, 2024. Across ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and CBS, the WNBA is averaging 1.3 million viewers per game, tripling last season's average of 462,000 viewers. About 400,000 fans attended games in May, the most first-month attendees in 26 years, according to the league. The number of people tuning in to games on TV grew 60% year over year among people of color. Viewership in the first week of the season more than doubled for young girls and people under age 35.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Ariel Atkins, DiDi Richards, Angel Reese, We're, Colie Edison Organizations: Indiana, Washington Mystics, Indiana Fever, Capital, Washington , D.C, NCAA, Women's National Basketball Association, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, CBS, WNBA, Chicago Sky Locations: Washington ,, Jersey
"I definitely see people who don't realize that the bot accounts aren't real sex workers," Leathers explained. Still, sex workers say it has become increasingly difficult to grow and reach their followings. "We balance this freedom by restricting exposure to Adult Content for children or adult users who choose not to see it," the policy says. Musk reportedly toyed with the idea of monetizing adult content, but the platform explicitly barred adult content from the program after introducing creator monetization in July 2023. "We're seeing consumers go to another site, to Reddit or Twitter where they can get adult content without age-verifying," Stabile said.
Persons: Elon, Sydney Leathers, Leathers, Musk, hasn't, Olivia Snow, monetization, Snow, influencer Pearl Davis, Trip Richards, Mike Stabile, Stabile, Richards Organizations: Twitter, SpankChain, UCLA, Free Speech Coalition, NBC Locations: Texas , Utah , Arkansas, Virginia , Montana , North Carolina and Mississippi, U.S
Read previewApple has made a big brand-partnerships hire who will work across its Apple TV+ entertainment business, a sign that it's serious about becoming a bigger advertising company. Lewinsky's role at Apple is expected to resemble that of Mahta Eghbali, who led copromotions for Apple TV+ films, TV, and sports and who left the company in 2023. Industry sources who work in branded entertainment said Apple TV+ has been stepping up efforts to use brands to promote its entertainment. Apple TV+ doesn't have an ad tier, but it's made a handful of hires from the TV business that have fueled speculation that it plans to introduce one, despite its long-held stance on customer privacy. Apple TV+ also recently hired a marketing vet, Tony Trujillo, to run marketing partnerships.
Persons: , Mike Lewinsky, Eghbali, Lewinsky, Monica Lewinsky, Barbie, merch, Ted Lasso, It's, Lauren Anderson, Magno Herran, it's, Ricky Strauss, Chris Van Amburg, JP Richards, Tony Trujillo Organizations: Service, Apple, Endeavor, InBev, DP, Marriott International, Visa, Business, Creative Artists Agency, Entertainment Media Ventures, Nike, Tandem, Amazon MGM, Netflix, Lacoste Locations: 160over90
FORT WORTH, Texas — What do you get for the nine-time national all-around champion who has everything? Simone Biles earned the Texas token as a trophy Sunday night after clinching the top spot at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships with a total score of 119.750 (60.450 on Day 1, 59.300 on Day 2). Biles capped her winning all-around performance on the uneven bars, coasting through in her typical speedy fashion to score a 14.400. Tokyo silver medalist Jordan Chiles climbed to fifth in the all-around standings behind a big 14.100 floor routine while 2020 floor Olympic gold medalist Jade Carey finished seventh.
Persons: Simone Biles, Biles, Skye Blakely, Suni Lee, Kayla DiCello, Lee, didn’t, Jordan Chiles, Jade Carey, DiCello, Leanne Wong, Brody Malone, Michigan’s Frederick Richards, Stanford’s Kohi Young, Elsa, Getty Organizations: U.S, Paris Olympic, Olympic Trials, Olympic Locations: Texas, Tokyo, Paris
And now, 180 years later, international cricket returns to the US with the men’s T20 World Cup. Three venues across the country – in Lauderhill, Florida, New York and Dallas – have been constructed to host T20 World Cup games. The Grand Prairie Cricket Stadium in Dallas, Texas, will host the first game of the men's 2024 T20 World Cup. The Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados, will host the men's T20 World Cup final. How to watchThe 2024 men’s T20 World Cup begins on Saturday, June 1, with the two North American debutants – the US and Canada – opening proceedings against one another.
Persons: cricket’s, , US –, Dallas –, Lauderhill, Shelby Tauber, ” Victor Cruz –, New York Giants –, Monank Patel, Corey Anderson, Anderson, Ali Khan, Khan, , Brian Lara, Viv Richards, Chris Gayle, Randy Brooks, St, Vincent, “ I’ve, Frank Nsubuga, Joel Ford, Organizations: CNN — Cricket, Major League Cricket, US, Dallas, Nassau County International Cricket, Prairie Cricket, Bloomberg, Getty, Inter Miami, Major League Soccer, New York’s Major League Baseball, Adelaide Oval, , New York Giants, New Zealand, Black Caps, Guardian, Caribbean . Cricket, West Indies, Kensington, North, Reuters, ICC, Grand Prairie Cricket, West, Sunday, Sky Sports, UK Star Sports Network, Disney Locations: Manhattan, Caribbean, Lauderhill , Florida , New York, Nassau, New York, India, Pakistan, Dallas , Texas, Florida, Australia, York, Ohio, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Barbados, Bridgetown, AFP, Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Grenadines, Uganda, Canada, Papua New Guinea
We have everything you need to know on how to watch Wilder vs. Zhang from anywhere in the world. How to watch Wilder vs. Zhang in the US & CanadaWilder vs. Zhang will be available to live stream through DAZN in the US and Canada. So, you'll only need to pay $69.99 for the Wilder vs. Zhang PPV event upfront. Shop at DAZNHow to watch Wilder vs. Zhang in the UKDAZN will also live stream the fight in the UK. How to watch Wilder vs. Zhang in 200 other countriesDAZN is available in more than 200 countries.
Persons: Wilder, Zhang, Joshua scuppered, Joseph Parker, Parker, We've, you'll, DAZN, Canada Wilder, It's, Usyk, ExpressVPN, hasn't, they're, Wilder Dubois, Hrgovic, Ford, Williams Hutchinson, Richards Organizations: Business, Fury, Kiwi, Canada, Wilder Locations: Riyadh, tatters, It's, Canada, Dubois
Prosecutors in Donald Trump's classified documents case in Florida asked a federal judge on Friday to block the former president from making public statements that pose "a significant, imminent, and foreseeable danger to law enforcement agents" investigating and prosecuting the case. The Trump campaign also claimed in a fundraising email that President Joe Biden was "locked & loaded ready to take me out" during a search of his Mar-a-Lago property for classified documents. In making the allegations, Trump and his campaign appeared to be citing recently unsealed court filings related to the 2022 search. In making the request, prosecutors are asking for Trump to face higher stakes if he makes statements that the court finds endangers law enforcement. "Repeated attempts to silence President Trump during the presidential campaign are blatant attempts to interfere in the election," campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung wrote.
Persons: Donald Trump, Donald Trump's, Aileen Cannon, Biden, Trump, Joe Biden, Jack Smith's, Trump's, Steven Cheung, Merrick Garland Organizations: Manhattan, New York City, Prosecutors, Department of, Secret Service, FBI, Attorneys, Trump, Democrat, Mar Locations: New York, Florida, Lago, New Jersey, Palm Beach , Florida
Share full articleOn Thursday night, the Rolling Stones descended upon East Rutherford, N.J. for their first New York-area stadium show in five years. Across an energetic 19-song set, the 80-year-old Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, along with the 76-year-old baby of the band, Ronnie Wood, proved that you’re never too old (or young) to rock. Tens of thousands of fans followed their lead.
Persons: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, you’re Locations: East Rutherford, N.J, New York
The Rolling Stones Really Might Never Stop
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Lindsay Zoladz | )   time to read: +2 min
The Stones’ first New York-area stadium gig in five years was sponsored, without a hint of irony, by AARP. I’ll have whatever vitamins the Stones are taking, please.) Ronnie Wood, the core group’s baby at age 76, still shreds on the guitar with a grinning, impish verve. Sprinting the length of the stage during a rousing “Honky Tonk Women” — the 13th song in the set! — he conjured no other rock star so much as Benjamin Button, as he seemed to become even more energetic as the night went on.
Persons: Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, I’m, Jagger, Benjamin Button Organizations: MetLife, York, , AARP, verve, Hackney Locations: Manhattan, York City, New York
Bozoma Saint John is joining the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season 14. Saint John is a former chief marketing officer for companies like Uber and Endeavor. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Or at least, that's the case for legendary marketing exec Bozoma "Boz" Saint John. Bravo announced on Wednesday that Saint John would join the cast of season 14 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alongside returning cast members Garcelle Beauvais, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Kyle Richards, and Sutton Stracke.
Persons: John, Saint John, She's, , Bozoma, Boz, Bravo, Garcelle Beauvais, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Kyle Richards, Sutton Stracke Organizations: Housewives, Beverly, Uber, Endeavor, Service, Netflix Locations: Beverly Hills
Buzz, Chirp, Wee-Oo: The Sounds of Cicadas Are Back
  + stars: | 2024-05-17 | by ( Aimee Ortiz | )   time to read: +1 min
It was early morning on April 29 when Jakob Dwight ’s grandmother, Valeria Richards Maye, died in Alabama. It was that day, too, when he heard the cicadas sing near her home and it comforted him. “I don’t know if they were out a few nights before,” he said. “I did not hear them the night before.”It felt like some kind of connection to his grandmother: Describing the sound as almost like a ray-gun in a science-fiction movie or a thin metallic sheet rippling, Mr. Dwight said in an interview on Wednesday that he felt touched listening to the droning “in the way that if people lose a loved one, they tend to have magical experiences or at least imbue things in nature with kind of that spirit of the loved one.” He would go on to record the cicadas’ song the day after her funeral. This spring, as two broods of cicadas emerge in a rare simultaneous event to produce a sound as loud as an airplane’s, Americans are feeling connected to nature and rejoicing — or covering their ears — as they listen to the song in their backyards.
Persons: Jakob Dwight ’, Valeria Richards Maye, , , Dwight Locations: Alabama
Experts react to April’s PPI report
  + stars: | 2024-05-14 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailExperts react to April’s PPI reportPeter Earle, senior economist at the American Institute for Economic Research; Kitty Richards, senior fellow at Groundwork Collaborative; and CNBC's Rick Santelli join 'Squawk Box' to react to April's PPI data.
Persons: Peter Earle, Kitty Richards, Rick Santelli Organizations: PPI, American Institute for Economic Research
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes Squarespace, Inc. (NYSE: SQSP), on May 19, 2021, in celebration of its Direct Listing. Squarespace , the website-building platform, announced on Monday it would go private in a $6.9 billion all-cash deal with private-equity firm Permira, after nearly three turbulent years on the public market. All three have approved the transaction and will continue to be investors after the Permira deal closes. Qualtrics, for example, was spun off from SAP in 2021 and was quickly taken private again in 2023 by Canada's pension plan and Silver Lake in a $12.5 billion deal. Japanese giant Toshiba also went private in 2023 in a $13.6 billion deal, after years of speculation and tumult, including a sustained engagement with activist investor Elliott.
Persons: Squarespace, Permira, Anthony Casalena, Ares Capital, Anthony, David Erlong, Squarespace's, Elliott, Morgan, Skadden, Richards, Layton, Finger, Goldman Sachs, Watkins Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Inc, Accel, General Atlantic, Ares, Blackstone, SAP, Toshiba, Investors, Latham Locations: J.P
A pair of political operatives tied to Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, have agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with the Justice Department's bribery case against Cuellar, according to court documents unsealed this week. A pair of political operatives tied to Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, have agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with the Justice Department's bribery case against Cuellar, according to court documents unsealed this week. They devised a "sham consulting contract" with the bank and a plan for Rendon to funnel a majority of its proceeds to Cuellar's wife, according to court documents. Strother used the money to make $10,000 payments every month to Cuellar's wife, totaling $214,890, authorities say. In a statement last week before the charges were unsealed, Cuellar denied any wrongdoing and said he had "proactively sought legal advice" from the House Ethics Committee.
Persons: Henry Cuellar, Cuellar, Mina Colin Strother, Cuellar's, Florencio, Lencho, Imelda, Strother, Rendon, we're, Chris Flood Organizations: Department, Azerbaijan, NBC, Justice Locations: Texas, Mexican, U.S, South Texas
U.S. President Joe Biden departs the White House in Washington, U.S., for a campaign fundraiser in California, May 9, 2024. The Biden administration said Friday that it was "reasonable to assess" that Israel has violated international law in Gaza, but that it hasn't violated terms of U.S. weapons agreements. "Although we have gained insight into Israel's procedures and rules, we do not have complete information on how these processes are implemented," the report noted. "Israel has not shared complete information to verify" whether certain weapons provided by the U.S. had been used in incidents that allegedly violated international humanitarian law. The report also did not find that the Israeli government is blocking the transport or delivery of humanitarian assistance.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Israel Organizations: State Department, Foreign Assistance, Israel Defense Forces, U.S, The State Department Locations: Washington , U.S, California, Israel, Gaza, U.S, United States
Scammers reportedly tricked a woman into believing she won $3 million, then stole $400,000 from her. AdvertisementScammers in Florida tricked a woman into thinking she won $3 million, then stole $400,000 from her bank account. AdvertisementDuring Friday's press conference, Judd said the scammers targeted an elderly woman with early signs of dementia. They told her she won $3 million in a Publisher's Clearing House sweepstakes, and that she needed to pay them taxes, Judd said. The Federal Trade Commission says the best way to spot a sweepstakes scam is to look at what the party offering the money asks you to do next.
Persons: Scammers, , Michael Lawrence, Max Richards, Grady Judd, Lawrence, Richards, Judd, Polk Organizations: FTC, Service, Fox, Federal Trade Commission Locations: Florida, Polk County, Polk
Special Education, Inc.
  + stars: | 2024-04-21 | by ( Meghan Morris | )   time to read: +34 min
AdvertisementNate Smallwood for BITo some, private equity's business model appears antithetical to special education. (The average public school district in Pennsylvania, where New Story operates the most schools, spends about $23,000 per child across all types of public education. "Private equity has no place in education — especially special education," Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio told BI. For instance, two Pennsylvania education directors left in spring 2023, according to records obtained by BI — one after just months in the role. AdvertisementNickie Coomer, a Colorado College education professor who has written about the privatization of special education, told BI that this data gap is a major regulatory hole, one that private-equity companies are happy to exploit.
Persons: Emily, Sarah, Nate Smallwood, Sarah didn't, , Mergermarket, Shanon Taylor, Taylor, Sen, Sherrod Brown, Bob Casey of Pennsylvania, Casey, Paul Volosov, Volosov, Jim Grinnen, Rachel Wisniewski, Christina Spielbauer, Spielbauer, Nathaniel Garnick, Garnick, sully, Craig Richards, He's, Richards, they're, " Richards, Judith McKinney, Grinnen, Donnell McLean, McLean, Natalie Stoup, Blackstone, haven't, Biden, of Education spokespeople, Nickie, , that's, didn't, Hill, Amy Hall Kostoff, Kostoff, Green, she'd Organizations: Business, State College ,, New, BI, Audax Group, Kentucky, Pennsylvania State Employees, Schools, Audax, Rock Academy, University of Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania Department of Education, Rock, Reading School District, River Rock Academy, Virginia's Department of Education, Green Tree, Pay, Tree, Autism, Forbes, NBC News, Federal Trade Commission, of Education, Colorado College, Tree School, Pennsylvania's Department of Education, Pennsylvania, In State College Locations: State College , Pennsylvania, Boston, Pennsylvania, Reno, , Ohio, New Story's, Rock, Virginia, , Ohio, New Jersey , Pennsylvania, New Story's New Cumberland , Pennsylvania, CARD's Virginia, Philadelphia, Rochelle Park , New Jersey
I started doing Pilates with the goal of learning how to do the splits. I can't do the splits, but I've gained much more — I'm more flexible, and my back pain is healed. I never thought I'd be able to do these things as a plus-size woman. There was no Pilates studio or instructor there, and the way I'd always seen it on TV, I assumed it to be something that rich ladies in big cities do. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: I've, I'd, , Kyle Richards Organizations: Service, Housewives, Beverly, Business Locations: Beverly Hills, India, Lucknow
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailPowell walked back all expectations of easing this year, says Marathon Asset Management CEO RichardsBruce Richards, Marathon Asset Management CEO, joins 'Money Movers' to discuss what Richards expects from the Federal Reserve, what the data is telling the Fed, and much more.
Persons: Powell, Richards Bruce Richards, Richards Organizations: Management, Marathon Asset Management, Federal Reserve
Within days, millions of TikTok videos using music from Universal artists went mute, and since then guessing which side would blink first has become a media-business parlor game. Backing this up, one study found that TikTok users reported experiencing higher levels of flow than Instagram users. Corey Basch, who analyzed 100 popular TikTok videos with the hashtag mentalhealth for a 2022 study, emerged concerned about the looping effect of the algorithm. Cerave Sales increased by more than 60 percent in 2020 after skin care became a lockdown pastime and TikTok users discovered the drugstore mainstay. Cat Crack Catnip It briefly sold out in 2021 after TikTok users posted videos of their cats going crazy for it.
Persons: randos, TikTok, you’ve, Sydney Sweeney, Glen Powell, , “ Wonka, Barbie, “ Oppenheimer, , goofing, cavorting, Sue Fleishman, Z’s Walter Cronkite, Spehar, Donald J, Trump, he’s, Caitlin Clark’s, Joe Biden, Justin Bieber, Abbie Richards, Richards, Britney Spears, Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Lil Nas X, Fleetwood Mac, Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Drake, Swift, ByteDance, can’t, Mark Warner, hasn’t, Al, ear on, Li Organizations: Fleetwood Mac, Facebook, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros, White, Pew Research Center, YouTube, The New York Times, Kansas City Chiefs, Media, Colgate, Universal Music Group, ByteDance, Intelligence Committee, e Locations: United States, Beijing, Biden’s, TikTok, Singapore, View, Calif, China, American
The annual Coachella music festival, held in Indio, California, is underway. Here are the celebrities who have attended the music festival so far. The likes of Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez, Taylor Swift, and even Blackpink's Lisa have been spotted among the audience. Here are the celebrities who have been seen enjoying Coachella 2024 so far. Taylor Swift and Travis KelceTaylor Swift and Travis Kelce at Neon Carnival held during the Coachella Music and Arts Festival on April 13, 2024 in Thermal, California.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Lisa, , Lana Del Rey, Tyler, Jeff Bezos, Lauren Sanchez, Travis Kelce Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Gilbert Flores, Swift, Jason, Lauren Sánchez, Kris Jenner's, Corey Gamble, Lana Del Rey's, Rocky, Shakira, Blackpink's Lisa LISA, BLACKPINK, Bizarrap's, Blackpink's Lisa, Blackpink, Barry Keoghan Barry Keoghan, Tommaso Boddi, Sabrina Carpenter's, Keoghan, Carpenter, Justin Bieber, Jaden Smith Bieber, Smith, Hailey Bieber Hailey Bieber, Campbell Puckett, 🌵🎡, Rob e, mee, fou, ann u, e, Lew, tim e Organizations: Service, Billboard, Los Angeles Times, Coachella Music, Arts Festival, Getty, NFL, Coachella, AP, Valley Music, Arts, spo Locations: Indio , California, Thermal , California, Coachella, Singapore, fes, Fes
In 2021, college athletes in the NCAA gained the opportunity to benefit financially from their name, image and likeness — known as NIL regulations. The NIL era has allowed college athletes to save for the future and seek professional financial advice in a way many 18- to 22-year-olds can't. NCAA athletes hire agents and financial advisors to help them negotiate NIL deals, ushering in new financial responsibilities. Copeland is the CEO of, an organization that focuses on helping college athletes navigate this new world. Morgan Stanley's head of Global Sports and Entertainment, Sandra Richards, and her team work with several NCAA athletes.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Matthew Holst, Olivia Dunne, Chase Griffin, Griffin, Jayne Kamin, I've, He'll, Brandon Copeland, Copeland, Morgan Stanley's, Sandra Richards, Richards Organizations: Iowa Hawkeyes, Ohio State Buckeyes, Carver, Getty, NCAA, Louisiana State University, University of Iowa, UCLA, UCLA Bruins, Arizona Wildcats, Rose, CNBC, NFL, CNBC Global Financial Wellness, Global Sports, Entertainment Locations: Iowa City , Iowa, Pasadena , California
I used to work at Dollar Tree, and there are a few things I still love buying there. I think Dollar Tree has sturdy glassware and plates with a range of designs. I buy my cleaning supplies, scrunchies, and false eyelashes at Dollar Tree. AdvertisementI used to work at Dollar Tree, and I still really enjoy shopping there. Here are nine things I love to buy at Dollar Tree.
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