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The wedding was followed by a blessing ceremony on Saturday, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi bestowed the young couple and their families with well wishes. No expense was spared by the family that owns India’s largest private corporation, Reliance Industries. Kim and Khloé Kardashian are seen leaving their hotel on their way to a wedding event on Saturday. Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant at their wedding ceremony on Friday. An event as huge in scale as the Ambani-Merchant celebration would emit far more carbon than even the largest and most lavish Indian wedding, he added.
Persons: CNN —, Anant Ambani, Radhika Merchant, Kim, Khloé Kardashian, Narendra Modi, Mangal Utsav ”, Anant’s, Mukesh, The Ambani, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, Ambani, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Merchant, Jayasri Burman, Rhea Kapoor, Anamika Khanna, Shah Rukh Khan, Savita Chhibber, Gauri Khan, Suhana Khan, Prodip Guha, Preston Bailey, Serena Williams, LeBron James, Bailey, Ambani’s, , Akash, Isha, Manish Malhotra, India ”, Justin Bieber, , Shamita Yadav, Sushant Singh, Adar Poonawalla, Natasha Poonawalla, Punit Paranjpe, Ashwin Malwade, Mark Zuckerberg, Ivanka Trump, Bill Gates, Karlie, Rihanna Organizations: CNN, British, Reliance Industries, Forbes, Convention, Gabbana’s, , Centre for Policy Research, Mr, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Locations: Mumbai, Varanasi, India, Indian, Jamnagar, AFP, Chhatrapati
Over the past few years, as major manufacturers have announced plans to ramp up production in Mexico, labor unions have raised concerns that American jobs will be sent abroad. Now, the concerns have prompted the United Automobile Workers union, a prominent backer of President Biden, to criticize an administration decision not to pursue accusations of labor abuses by a Mexican subsidiary of Caterpillar, the agriculture equipment maker. In late June, the administration informed a group of unions that it would not pursue a complaint that the subsidiary had retaliated against striking union members by making it difficult for them to find alternative employment, a form of blacklisting. The government’s ability to police such violations, under a provision of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the successor to the North American Free Trade Agreement, is meant to reduce the incentive for American employers to move jobs to Mexico in search of weaker labor protections. argues that, by declining to use its authority under the trade agreement in this case, the Biden administration may be encouraging companies to relocate work.
Persons: Biden Organizations: United Automobile Workers, Caterpillar, North American Free Trade Locations: Mexico, Mexican, United States, Canada
Read previewUkraine is rapidly producing a variety of homemade weapons as its defense industry aims to meet the needs and demands of soldiers fighting on the front lines. But a senior official says Kyiv still needs more of a key ingredient to keep the arms flowing. Now, the country is cranking out its own drones, artillery, missiles, and more at a breakneck pace to supplement this inventory. Kamyshin said Ukraine will always be reliant on Western support because there's no one country that can outproduce Russia right now. Meanwhile, Ukraine is taking greater steps to further integrate its domestic defense industry with those of NATO and the European Union.
Persons: , Oleksandr Kamyshin, We've, Kmayshin, Paula Bronstein, Kamyshin, Pavlo Bahmut Organizations: Service, Business, NATO, Publishing, Getty Images, Neptune, Fleet, European Union Locations: Ukraine, Washington, Kyiv, Russia, North Korea, Iran, Moscow, Soviet, Ukrainian, Getty Images Ukraine, Russian, NATO, Western, Soviet Union, Europe
Former US President Donald Trump during a campaign event at Trump National Doral Golf Club in Miami, Florida, US, on Tuesday, July 9, 2024. "Trump's re-election would thus pose a significant downside risk to our otherwise constructive growth forecast for the Euro area." Trade policy uncertainty, added defense and security pressures and spillover effects from U.S. domestic policies on, for example, taxes could impact Europe, they explained. Trade tensionsTrump's trade policy, and the uncertainty around it, could be one factor that impacts Europe's economy, just as it did during his last presidency, analysts Stehn and Moberly said. In 2018 and 2019, uncertainty about trade policy reduced industrial production in the euro area by around 2%, they estimated.
Persons: Donald Trump, Eva Marie Uzcategui, Goldman Sachs, Jari Stehn, James Moberly, Trump's, Trump, Joe Biden, Moberly Organizations: Trump National Doral Golf Club, Bloomberg, Getty, White, Trump, European Union, EU, . Defense, NATO, U.S, Stehn Locations: Miami , Florida, Europe, Pennsylvania, U.S, Germany, Stehn, Moberly, Ukraine
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEU Chamber of Commerce in China discusses what a Trump presidency would mean for EU-China tiesJens Eskelund, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, says a Trump presidency could mean a "broader application of tariffs" not just on China but also on trade partners with whom the United States has a trade deficit, such as Europe.
Persons: Trump, Jens Eskelund Organizations: EU, of Commerce, European Union Chamber of Commerce Locations: China, United States, Europe
A photograph of President Donald Trump raising his fist in defiance after he was shot at his rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday has already become the most iconic image of his reelection among Republicans. Donald Trump Jr. posted the image on X with the caption, "He'll never stop fighting to Save America." Related storiesFlorida Senator Marco Rubio shared both of their posts, before sharing the photo again with the caption, "God protected President Trump." Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy echoed his sentiments, sharing the photo with a similar caption: "Grateful to President Trump for his sacrifice. "We learned one very important thing tonight — President Donald Trump is willing to die for this country.
Persons: Donald Trump, Evan Vucci, Donald Trump Jr, He'll, Eric Trump, Marco Rubio, Trump, Vivek Ramaswamy, Candace Owens, Donald J Trump, Blake Masters, Shakeel Jahangir, Willing, Benny Johnson, Elon Musk, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Organizations: Republicans, Associated Press, Trump, Secret Service, Business, Save, America, Republican, Conservative, Venture, Christians Union, America Christian, Democratic Locations: Pennsylvania, Florida, United States
Seconds after gunfire rang out, Secret Service counter-assault snipers began shooting the suspect who was found on top of a roof. They put it out over their radio to keep an eye on him- and that information was passed to Secret Service as well, according to the source. The Secret Service does not allow any weapons inside the cordoned off areas of any event. In a statement, the Secret Service said the detail had been increased recently. “”There’s an untrue assertion that a member of the former President’s team requested additional security resources and that those were rebuffed,” said Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
Persons: Donald Trump, Foundationally, Andrew McCabe, Ben Macer, Witnesses, might’ve, AGR, Thomas Matthew Crooks, Mark Green, President Reagan, Ruben Gallego, , Anthony Guglielmi, CNN’s John Miller Organizations: CNN, American Glass Research, Service, Trump, Republican, FBI, Union, KDKA, Authorities, Secret Service, Democratic, House Homeland, Department of Homeland Security, ” Democratic, Senate, National Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security’s, of Intelligence, & & . Locations: “ State, Arizona, Pennsylvania
At first I was angry, thinking, “Now they’re intruding on my therapy sessions?” But then I saw how pale his face was. I don’t know where Donald Trump’s family members were when bullets were fired at his Pennsylvania rally, injuring him, killing one attendee and seriously injuring two others. I don’t know if this event will soften any of that. I don’t know if the Trump family will have the same experience I did — that of a nation setting politics aside and simply responding in a human and humane way. I also don’t know how, or if, this experience will change Mr. Trump.
Persons: “ Patti, there’s, Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump’s, Trump, Mikhail Gorbachev Organizations: Service, Army, Washington , D.C Locations: Washington ,, America, Soviet Union
Read previewVladimir Putin's claims that Russia's economy is doing just fine may soon be hard to back up. That's mainly because Russia is losing two things its economy desperately needs, he told Business Insider — a robust energy trade and a steady flow of US dollars. Moscow's economy is extremely dependent on petrodollars, or dollars obtained through the oil and gas trade, Gorodnichenko said. AdvertisementThat could put Russia's economy on the fast track to a recession in the next 12 months, Gorodnichenko predicted. Withering energy empireThe energy trade is Russia's biggest money maker.
Persons: , Vladimir Putin's, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Gorodnichenko, Putin, Gorodnichkeno Organizations: Service, UC Berkeley, Business, Kremlin, Bank for International Settlements, Soviet Union Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Soviet, Soviet Union, China
Most people don’t use mail the way they used to – if they send out mail at all. And, most of all, businesses still depend on the mail to help them reach customers and keep the economy going. A history older than AmericaThe postal service and the United States have grown side by side since before the country’s birth – quite literally. The band The Postal Service was an indie-pop darling near the turn of the century. While stamp prices have doubled in that time, most experts point the finger at technology instead.
Persons: , Michael Plunkett, Benjamin Franklin, Alexis de Tocqueville, “ Alexander M, , Santa Claus, Cliff, Newman, , David Brin, Kevin Costner, ” Plunkett, Kevin Kosar, that’s, Plunkett, Sackler, ” ‘, doesn’t, Louis DeJoy, Kyle Grillot, Michael Kubayanda, Mark Dimondstein, ” Kubayanda Organizations: New, New York CNN, US Postal Service, Association for Postal Commerce, Boston Post, United States, Smithsonian Magazine, Getty, New York City, Postal Service, Post, ” Workers, Service, American Enterprise Institute, , , Coalition, Century Postal Service, USPS, American Postal Workers Union Locations: New York, United States, Boston, United, Britain, France, Siren , Wisconsin, City, Los Angeles, AFP
Cfoto | Future Publishing | Getty ImagesBEIJING — China's imports fell in June, missing expectations for slight growth, while exports rose more than expected, customs data released Friday showed. China's imports fell by 2.3% in June from a year ago in U.S. dollar terms. Those figures lifted year-to-date imports by 2%, and exports by 3.6% in the first six months compared with the same period a year earlier. watch nowEU's trade with China fell in the first six months of 2024, with imports and exports both declining. China's trade with the U.S. was down slightly in dollar terms during the first half of the year, as imports from the U.S. fell 4.9%, though exports rose 1.5%.
Organizations: Getty, BEIJING, U.S ., Association of Southeast Asian Nations, European Union, U.S Locations: Qingdao, Shangdong, China, U.S, Brazil
The man they had come to see was known to his disciples as Bhole Baba, a self-styled Hindu spiritual leader worshipped by many as a living god. “My mother believed in (Bhole Baba). What could I do?”People like Lal’s mother – poor and on the lower rungs of India’s hierarchical caste system – make up the bulk of Bhole Baba’s following. Claiming to possess mystical knowledge and the ability to cure illness and solve problems, godmen inspire remarkable fervor in their millions of followers. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, head of the spiritual organization Dera Sacha Sauda, is another self-styled spiritual guru revered by millions.
Persons: , Bhole Baba, , , Meera Nanda, Sakib Ali, Subhash Lal, Lal, Narayan Sakar, Kalyani, Sheetal, Bhole, Jatav, Sathya Sai Baba, Ravi Shankar, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, Sacha Sauda, Parveen Kumar, Singh, ” Nanda, Asaram Bapu, Sunil Verma, Sai, Goldie Hawn, Isaac Tigrett, Sachin Tendulkar, Manmohan Singh, Surendra Singh, Narayan Sakar Hari resound, Aishwarya S, Iyer Organizations: CNN, Hindustan Times, Uttar, Uttar Pradesh Police, Azim Premji University, ” Miracle, Pacific Press, Rock Locations: India’s Uttar Pradesh, India, Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, Garhi, India’s, Bangalore, , Bole, Gurugram
Keir Starmer, Britain’s newest leader, wants to force lawmakers in the country’s upper chamber to step down at the same age. Does this mean he thinks octogenarians like President Joe Biden should step back from politics? Starmer said the talks were “a really good opportunity” for him to “speak to the president about the special relationship” between their two countries. He said Biden “deserves credit” for presiding over a summit that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called a success. “I took over the Labour Party four and a half years ago.
Persons: Winston Churchill, Keir Starmer, Joe Biden, ” Starmer, CNN’s Jake Tapper, Starmer, King Charles III, Biden, , Tapper, , Biden “, Volodymyr Zelensky, Putin, Kamala Harris “, Trump ”, We’ve, Emmanuel Macron, David Lammy, Lammy, Donald Trump –, CNN Tacking, Britain’s, Jeremy Corbyn, We’d, ’ ” Starmer, , we’ve, ’ ” Organizations: CNN, it’s, NATO, Conservative Party, Labour, Trump, BBC, Labour Party, Conservative, European Union Locations: America, Washington, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Russia, Britain, NATO
Fain and the UAW, which endorsed Biden in January, are important allies of Biden and are expected to play a critical role in helping Biden win in key swing states including Michigan, where the UAW is based. Fain, who announced the UAW's endorsement of Biden in January, has repeatedly rebuked Trump, the Republican former president. "Donald Trump stands against everything we stand for as a society," Fain said in his January endorsement of Biden. Fain also received a mention from Biden at this year's State of the Union address, which Fain attended. On Wednesday, actor George Clooney, a Democrat who has backed Biden, withdrew his support in an opinion piece in the New York Times.
Persons: Shawn Fain, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Fain, Biden, Trump, General Motors, Jonah Furman, George Clooney Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, Biden, U.S, Ford, General, Stellantis, Republican, Wednesday, AFL, NATO, Detroit, Democratic, Trump, Democrats, Democrat, New York Times Locations: Michigan, U.S, year's State
Even the European members of NATO say that they must do more to defend themselves as the war in Ukraine grinds on and the United States shifts its priorities to Asia and a rising China. In fact, European member states have made considerable progress in the last few years to restore more credibility to deterrence against Russia. But they began from a low base, having cut military spending sharply after the collapse of the Soviet Union and reacting with complacency to Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. There is a lot more that the Europeans should do to become less dependent on the United States, NATO officials and analysts said this week during the alliance summit in Washington. That includes committing more money to defense, building up arms manufacturing and coordinating the purchase of weapons systems that could replace those now provided solely by the Americans.
Persons: Donald J, Trump Organizations: NATO Locations: Ukraine, United States, Asia, China, Russia, Soviet Union, Crimea, Washington
“We apologize for this error.”On Wednesday, an account on X reposted pictures of two Delta flight attendants wearing Palestinian flag pins on their uniforms. Now imagine getting into a @Delta flight and seeing workers with Hamas badges in the air. What do you do?” the post read, falsely equating the Palestinian flag to the one flown by the militant group. The reply sparked a swift backlash from Delta employees and leaders in Palestinian and Muslim communities. However, effective Monday, the company will only allow US flag pins to be worn, Delta told CNN.
Persons: Delta, , Azka Mahmood, , Mahmood, unionize, Omar Suleiman –, Organizations: CNN, Delta, Islamic, Palestinian, CAIR, Locations: Palestinian, Georgia, Palestine, Ukraine, Israel, U.S
The result was a record monthly trade surplus of just over $99 billion, China’s customs administration reported on Friday. For the Chinese government, the ever-widening trade surplus is good news. Consumers in distant markets are buying many of the goods that Chinese households no longer want. Officials around the world worry that exports from China will displace their own industrial output, forcing factories to close and hurting economic growth. Governments in United States, the European Union, Brazil, India, Turkey and elsewhere have been raising tariffs or imposing new tariffs on manufactured goods from China in recent weeks.
Organizations: European Locations: China, United States, European Union, Brazil, India, Turkey
He favors small-cap, mid-cap, and quality stocks over the Big Tech mega-caps leading the market rally for three reasons. One is that the earnings winning streak that Magnificent Seven stocks have enjoyed is simply difficult to keep going. In the first quarter of this year, Magnificent Seven earnings grew by 50% annualized year-over-year, according to Ned Davis Research. Wall Street estimates Magnificent Seven earnings will grow by 28% year-over-year in Q2. When it comes to innovating and adapting, small and mid-cap companies' size gives them a relative advantage.
Persons: , Larry Kochard, Ned Davis, Kochard, reinvesting, It's, it's Organizations: Service, Big Tech, Capital Management, Business, Ned Davis Research, Wall, The, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nvidia, European Union, Quality
AdvertisementAccording to The Washington Post, top union leaders have privately expressed concerns about Biden's ability to beat Trump in November. AdvertisementLosing support from laborAccording to Politico's Jonathan Martin, support from the unions is likely Biden's only path to survival against Trump. The AFL-CIO told the Associated Press on Thursday that Biden's "fighting spirit" was on full display during his meeting with union leaders this week. He "wasn't even the Joe Biden of 2020," said Clooney. AdvertisementIf union leaders join the chorus of voices asking Biden to step down, other key supporters may quickly follow.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Biden, Sara Nelson, Shawn Fain, Biden's, David McCall, Politico's Jonathan Martin, Anita Dunn, Sen, Peter Welch of, George Clooney, wasn't, Clooney, Chuck Schumer, Axios, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: Service, NATO —, AFL, America's, Business, The Washington Post, Trump, Association of Flight, United Auto Workers, The Association of Flight, Democratic, United Steelworkers International, Politico, Blacks, Associated Press, CBS, The New York Times Locations: Peter Welch of Vermont
Trump’s Appeal Runs Deep - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2024-07-11 | by ( David Brooks | )   time to read: +1 min
A group of Democratic officials and union leaders told journalists that Donald Trump was competitive in New York State. In 2020, Joe Biden won New York by 23 points. But that doesn’t explain why Trump was ahead even before the debate. It doesn’t explain why Trump’s candidacy is still standing after Jan. 6. It doesn’t explain why America is on the verge of turning in an authoritarian direction.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Mark Levine, , Trump, Biden, I’ve, James Davison Hunter, ” Hunter Organizations: Politico, Democratic, New York, Democratic Manhattan Borough, Solidarity, University of Virginia Locations: New York State, New York, America
Mr. Trump has been a vocal supporter of Mr. Orban’s, and the meeting comes after a series of others by the Hungarian leader this month, including one with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, that caught many by surprise. Hungary took over the European Union’s rotating presidency at the start of July with the promise to “make Europe great again” — echoing the “Make America Great Again” slogan of Mr. Trump, whom Mr. Orban has endorsed for the U.S. presidency. Mr. Trump, who has a history of praising authoritarian leaders, often cites Mr. Orban’s support on the campaign trail. The two men met in March at Mar-a-Lago, Mr. Trump’s private club and residence in Florida, where Mr. Trump lauded Mr. Orban as a “boss” because he did not brook political dissent. presidency is largely a clerical position, Mr. Orban has engaged in a flurry of meetings with world leaders since taking over the position.
Persons: Viktor Orban, Donald J, Trump, Orban’s, Vladimir V, Putin, , Mr, Orban Organizations: Trump, NATO, U.S, Mr Locations: Hungary, Florida, Washington, Hungarian, Russia, Europe, Mar
The German government said on Thursday that it had reached an agreement with major telecom companies to have them stop using critical Huawei and ZTE components in their 5G mobile infrastructure in five years, the latest step by a European country to ban Chinese companies from critical telecommunications infrastructure. The agreement with the telecom companies — Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone and Telefonica — comes in two steps. First, use of Chinese-made critical components will be discontinued from core parts of the country’s 5G networks by the end of 2026. Then, the parts made by Chinese manufacturers will be phased out from antennas, transmission lines and towers by the end of 2029. Huawei and ZTE did not respond to requests for comment.
Persons: Nancy Faeser Organizations: Huawei, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Telefonica —, ZTE, European Union Locations: Berlin, Germany
A few days before his State of the Union address in March, President Biden called in to “Afternoon Vibes,” a popular radio show in Charlotte, N.C. The host, Jessica Williams, asked him if he would list his accomplishments, say why he had decided to run for a second term and explain what was at stake for Black voters in the election. Nine days later, the president called into a third show, this time in Milwaukee. “What do you think is at stake in this election for Black Americans specifically?” the host, Michelle Bryant, asked. And in nearly every case, the questions set the president up to deliver on-message talking points, without notable flubs.
Persons: Biden, Jessica Williams, “ DeDe, Michelle Bryant, Mr Organizations: Black Locations: Charlotte, N.C, Dallas, Milwaukee
CNN —The White House on Thursday said it would hand out $1.7 billion to help convert closed-down or at-risk auto manufacturing and assembly facilities to make electric and hybrid vehicles. The funding comes as growth in new electric vehicle sales has slowed, even as the Biden administration wants to keep US EV manufacturers competitive with a surging Chinese industry. “This announcement is a hallmark of the Biden administration’s industrial strategy, which is a strategy to bring manufacturing jobs back to America after years of offshoring,” Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told reporters. The plants also include facilities from vehicle component manufacturing to full vehicle assembly, according to a senior administration official. The move comes as the growth rate of EV sales has slowed even as total EV sales have continued to rise.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Jennifer Granholm Organizations: CNN, Biden, , Department of Energy, autoworkers, GM, Volvo, American, Ford Locations: China, America, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Lansing , Michigan, Fort Valley , Georgia
London CNN —Apple has yielded to pressure by European regulators to give rivals access to the contactless payments technology on iPhones, meaning that their users will no longer be limited to the Apple Pay mobile wallet. Under the agreement, third-party mobile wallet developers will gain free access to the standard technology used for contactless payments with iPhones, known as near-field communication (NFC) technology. Apple will also allow iPhone users to choose which mobile wallet to make the default wallet on their phones. “Apple Pay and Apple Wallet will continue to be available in the European Economic Area for users and developers.”The European Commission first raised objections against Apple’s tap-to-pay practices in 2022, having opened a formal antitrust investigation into Apple Pay two years earlier. That means rivals wanting to create apps or wallets using the tap-to-pay features on iPhones have been unable to do so and users have been forced to use Apple Pay for mobile payments.
Persons: London CNN —, Margrethe Vestager, Apple, , ” Vestager, Organizations: London CNN, London CNN — Apple, Apple, European Union, Digital Markets, European Commission, Economic, CNN, “ Apple, Economic Area, NFC
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