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Thank you to La Liga and Real Madrid for helping with this historic conviction.”The Brazilian vowed to keep using his platform to fight racism. “The three defendants acknowledged their criminal liability and have released an apology letter addressed to our player Vinícius Jr., to Real Madrid C.F. and to everyone else who felt offended and degraded by their behavior,” Real Madrid said in a statement. “La Liga will identify them, report them and there will be criminal consequences for them.”Global soccer’s governing body FIFA also praised the news. “I am pleased to see the firm action and sentencing taken by the Spanish authorities in relation to the racist abuse directed at Vinícius Jr in a Spanish La Liga match in May 2023.
Persons: CNN —, Vinícius, Vinícius Jr, , I’ve, I’m, , Pierre, Philippe Marcou, Javier Tebas, Gianni Infantino, Infantino Organizations: CNN, Real Madrid, La Liga, Valencia CF, Spanish, LaLiga, Royal Spanish Football Federation, Liga, Getty, ” Real, , FIFA Locations: Valencia, Spain, Real, Real Madrid, AFP, ” Real Madrid, Spanish
A jury in South Florida has ruled that Chiquita Brands is liable for eight killings carried out by a right-wing paramilitary group that the company helped finance in a fertile banana-growing region of Colombia during the country’s decades-long internal conflict. The jury on Monday ordered the multinational banana producer to pay $38.3 million to 16 family members of farmers and other civilians who were killed in separate episodes by the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia — a right-wing paramilitary group that Chiquita bankrolled from 1997 to 2004. The company has faced hundreds of similar suits in U.S. courts filed by the families of other victims of violence by the paramilitary group in Colombia, but the verdict in Florida represents the first time Chiquita has been found culpable. The decision, which the company said it planned to appeal, could influence the outcome in other suits, legal experts said.
Persons: Chiquita bankrolled Organizations: Chiquita Brands, Monday, United Self - Defense Forces, Chiquita Locations: South Florida, Colombia, Florida
CNN —A Fulton County judge will allow a co-defendant of Donald Trump in the Georgia election subversion case to continue his effort to access thousands of 2020 ballots to argue debunked voter fraud theories. Floyd’s attorneys are pushing to access more than 500,000 ballots from Fulton County, claiming they intend to produce “evidence” that thousands of votes were improperly excluded from the final vote tally. Defendant Harrison Floyd with attorney Christopher Kachouroff in court during a hearing at the Fulton County Courthouse on May 28 in Atlanta. Dennis Byron/Pool/Getty ImagesChad Alexis, senior assistant attorney for Fulton County, pushed back on 2020 voter-fraud arguments from Floyd’s attorneys. The Fulton County racketeering case against Trump has effectively been at a standstill.
Persons: Donald Trump, Harrison Floyd, Trump, Joe Biden, Scott McAfee, McAfee, Brad Raffensperger, Floyd, Christopher Kachouroff, Dennis Byron, Chad Alexis, Alexis, ” Alexis, Fani Willis, Nathan Wade Organizations: CNN, Trump, Fulton, Republican, Courthouse Locations: Fulton, Georgia, Fulton County, Maryland, Atlanta
CNN —A county redistricting plan in Texas that a Donald Trump-appointed judge deemed “a clear violation” of the Voting Rights Act is back before a notoriously conservative appeals court. After the 2021 Census, the Republican-led county commission broke up that district, locking in four majority-white districts instead. Their opponents argue that Congress did not intend for multiple “classes” of minorities to be considered together when assessing a map’s Voting Rights Act compliance. Black and Latino voices ‘extinguished,’ judge saysThe 2021 map split up the long-established Precinct 3, spreading those minority voters across the four total commission precincts. “It would be devastating for minority voters as devastating as it was for Galveston’s Black and Latino voters.”
Persons: Donald Trump, Biden, Jeffrey Vincent Brown, , , Valencia Richardson, Christian Adams, , ” Brown, Brown, Mark Henry –, Henry, Robin Armstrong, Armstrong, Adams, Circuit “, Elena Kagan, , ” Chad Ennis –, ” Ennis, Hilary Harris Klein Organizations: CNN, Republican, 5th, Campaign, , Senate, Justice Department, Galveston Republicans, Interest Legal Foundation, Circuit, Southern Coalition for Social Justice Locations: Texas, Galveston’s County, Galveston County, White, Galveston, Louisiana, Mississippi,
First-class travel has exhibited special strength, though management noted that can be tied in part to a resurgence of business trips. People taking these loans are more likely to be lower-income with no more than a high school diploma, Lanier said. Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesFrozen food maker Tyson Foods has seen consumers shifting more to eating at home than the quick-service restaurants it supplies. It's also important to remember that lower-income Americans were feeling financial pressures before the pandemic, said Tyler Schipper, an associate professor of economics at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Airbnb touted interest in travel to events like the Paris Olympics and the European Cup in Germany this summer.
Persons: there's, It's, Christophe Le Caillec, underscoring, Blair Lanier, Lanier, McDonald's, Tyson, Daniel Acker, Tyson Foods, Stanley Black, Decker, Jane Fraser, CNBC's Sara Eisen, Fraser, Nancy Lazar, Piper Sandler, Tyler Schipper, Thomas, Schipper, Eric Thayer, We've, Cliff Pemble Organizations: TSN, American Express, Federal Reserve, CNBC, People, University of Michigan, San Francisco Federal Reserve, U.S, PepsiCo, Bloomberg, Getty, Tyson, Management, Adobe Analytics, Furniture, Citigroup, University of St, Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, Caribbean . Booking Holdings, Paris Olympics, European, Ticketmaster, Cedar Fair, Flags, Wayfair, Garmin Locations: America, U.S, Minnesota, New York, Germany, Valencia , California
Southern California’s infamous Santa Ana winds were barreling through Los Angeles as Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson prepared to host a garden party to celebrate the May 7 release of their first cookbook, “Kismet.” But as seasoned chefs and restaurant owners — they opened their Middle Eastern-inflected East Hollywood restaurant, also called Kismet, in 2017 after bonding in the kitchen at Brooklyn’s Glasserie over a decade ago — the two women have plenty of practice keeping cool in stressful situations. “We were like, ‘It’s going to die down, it’s going to die down,’” said Hymanson, 37, of the gale. “And if it doesn’t, then we’ll figure it out.”Indeed, just before 5:30 p.m., when guests were set to arrive at the Echo Park hilltop home that Kramer, 38, shares with her partner, the comedian Emil DeRosa, 34, and their goldendoodle, Kevin, the gusts subsided and the gray skies gave way to a golden sunset. Suddenly, the garden — which features a winding pathway scented by jasmine bushes and herbs that leads down to a grove of loquat, fig and Blenheim apricot trees — felt like an ideal place for a celebration. Chase Valencia, 40, who co-owns Lasita, a modern Filipino restaurant in the city’s Chinatown, took in the setting, admitting, “I came to this dinner because I really wanted to check out her house!”
Persons: Sara Kramer, Sarah Hymanson, It’s, ’ ”, Hymanson, Kramer, Emil DeRosa, Kevin, Chase Valencia, Organizations: Southern, Hollywood Locations: Santa, Los Angeles, Echo
Alma Valencia, who once earned $90K in fashion, cares for her mom with dementia for $17.50 an hour. She is part of the "sandwich generation," simultaneously caring for her mom and her children. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . It made sense because we wanted the best for her — and our family struggled to afford full-time, outside help. I was stretched thin as a so-called "sandwich generation caregiver."
Persons: Alma Valencia, , Mom —, Amelia, Daniel, texted, Alma Valencia I'd, Juan, Caregiving, what's, I've, I'm, Mom Organizations: Service, Social Security, Alma, Business Locations: California, Valencia, San Francisco
CNN —Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham said players should have greater involvement in how decisions are made to tackle racism in soccer. “I do think there’s got to be more extreme consequences,” said Bellingham. In 2023, La Liga told CNN Sport that it cannot impose punishments on clubs or fans itself. European soccer’s governing body UEFA told CNN Sport that it has continued to publicly denounce racism and has launched multiple campaigns to try tackle the issue. Real Madrid superstarBellingham has flourished since joining Real Madrid from German side Borussia Dortmund at the start of the season, settling in much more quickly than many had expected.
Persons: Jude Bellingham, CNN’s Amanda Davies, Vinícius Júnior, there’s, , , Vinícius Jr, Vinícius, Jose Breton, Gianni Infantino, Bellingham, he’s, El, Gareth Southgate’s, “ We’ve Organizations: CNN — Real Madrid, CNN, Black, Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid, Valencia, Osasuna, Real, Bellingham, Getty Images, ” CNN, La Liga, Royal Spanish Football Federation, CNN Sport, FIFA, FIFA Congress, UEFA, Borussia Dortmund, League, England Locations: Bellingham, Madrid, Spain, Mallorca, Real Valladolid, Atlético, Getty Images Bellingham, , German, England
But this marks the first time in recent history that Bogotá has been forced to implement water rationing measures. Mayor Carlos Galán announced that water rationing measures for Bogotá would begin on April 11. El Niño is a natural climate pattern originating in the Pacific Ocean along the equator, which influences weather around the globe. In a country as politically divided as Colombia, the urgency of addressing El Niño is a rare point of consensus. Bogotá’s water rationing plans have been supported by the country’s president, who has historically had a testy relationship with the city’s mayor.
Persons: Colombia CNN —, Montgomery Burns, , El Niño, Ivan Valencia, Carlos Fernando Galán, ” Galán, It’s, El, Bogotá, Magdalena, , Armando Sarmiento, Sarmiento, Mayor Carlos Galán, Fernando Vergara, Niño, Susana Muhamad, ” CNN’s Heather Law, Ana Melgar Organizations: Colombia CNN, , Bogotá’s Javeriana University, CNN, Bogotá, El Niño Locations: Bogotà, Colombia, Bogotá, San Rafael, El, Colombian, Latin America, Mexico City, Magdalena, Colombia’s, Bogota, Mayor, Sarmiento
Spain plans to end "golden visas" for non-EU citizens investing €500,000 in real estate. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementSpain will no longer hand out "golden visas" to foreigners willing to pay big bucks for them. AdvertisementIn the last year, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Greece have all shut down or tightened their golden visa programs for similar reasons. In 2018, New Zealand banned foreigners from buying existing homes following a housing affordability crisis, similar to Spain and Portugal's current situation.
Persons: , Pedro Sánchez, Sánchez, it's, Peter Thiel, Meghan Morris Organizations: EU, Service, European Union, Associated Press, OECD, Investment, Henley & Partners Locations: Spain, Portugal, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Europe, New Zealand
In January 2023, we moved from Oakland, California, to Valencia, Spain. Leong and her husband moved to Valencia, Spain, in 2023. Valencia, Spain, showed up as a low-cost place to live and within a year, we purchased two properties there — all cash. I believe in buying property to live here and contribute to the community instead of simply purchasing property as an ex-pat as an investment. AdvertisementWhen purchasing property in Spain, you must be carefulLeong taking tea into her terrace area.
Persons: , May Leong, It's, Leong, Spain —, he's, we'd, Leong Valencia, aren't, Valencia haven't Organizations: Service, Business, Oakland, Irish EU, pats, Facebook Locations: Oakland, Valencia, Spain, Limerick, Ireland, Europe, Oakland , California, Lisbon, California, States, Irish
CNN —Former President Donald Trump and several of his co-defendants in the Georgia election subversion case are appealing a judge’s ruling that let Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis remain on the election subversion case. The defense attorneys on Friday asked the Georgia Court of Appeals to overturn Judge Scott McAfee’s initial decision that allowed Willis and her office continue to pursue the case but only if Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor with whom she had a romantic relationship, resigned. While Wade has since left the case, defense attorneys still want the appellate court to disqualify the entire Fulton County DA’s office. “DA Willis has covered herself and her office in scandal and disrepute, as she has squandered her credibility and repeatedly and flagrantly violated the heightened ethical standards demanded of her position,” the appeal states. However, the judge added, “Georgia law does not permit the finding of an actual conflict for simply making bad choices – even repeatedly.”The district attorney’s office declined to comment.
Persons: Donald Trump, Fani Willis, Judge Scott McAfee’s, Willis, Nathan Wade, Wade, Trump, “ DA Willis, flagrantly, McAfee, ” McAfee, CNN’s Devan Cole Organizations: CNN, Trump Locations: Georgia, Fulton, Fulton County
CNN —Brazilian superstar Vinícius Jr. broke down in tears in an emotional media conference on Monday while speaking about his experience with racist abuse while playing for Real Madrid in Spain. This comes after a series of instances of racism that have been directed towards Vinícius in Spain. Racist slurs have also been caught on camera during Real’s matches at Osasuna, Mallorca, Real Valladolid and Atlético. Notably, some Spanish journalists say Vinícius has only himself to blame for the abuse he’s received. Aitor Alcalde/Getty ImagesDespite the criticism that Vinícius has received in Spain, many in other countries remain firmly in support of the talented Brazilian.
Persons: Vinícius Jr, , , Vinícius, Spain, , Pierre, Philippe Marcou, I’ve, he’s, Jude, Eduardo, Camavinga, David Bernabeu, Javier Tebas, backtrack, ” Vinícius, Aitor, Troy Townsend, , ’ ” Townsend, Rio Ferdinand, @vinijr Organizations: CNN, Real Madrid, Spain, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Reuters, Valencia, Atlético Madrid, Osasuna, Real, Getty, Liga, CNN Sport, Royal Spanish Football Federation, ESPN, Estadio Mestalla, Aitor Alcalde, ” Former Manchester United Locations: Spain, Madrid, Vinícius, Mallorca, Real Valladolid, Atlético, AFP, Bellingham, Rodrygo, ESPN Brazil, British, England
How Instagram got its mojo back
  + stars: | 2024-03-19 | by ( Katie Notopoulos | )   time to read: +8 min
AdvertisementSensor Tower shows that Instagram downloads were up 20% in 2023 compared to 2022, in contrast to TikTok's 4% year-over-year growth. Instagram beat TikTok not only in growth, but sheer volume of app downloads in 2023: Instagram had 767 million while TikTok had 733 million. One reason is Threads, the newly launched Twitter competitor, which requires an Instagram account and may have prompted some people who were curious about Threads to re-download Instagram. AdvertisementTikTok is getting oldAt the same time, TikTok, once the main existential crisis for Instagram (well, probably still is), is faltering. In 2014, that same age group (which we are trying not to refer to as middle-aged) accounted for only about 20% of Instagram users.
Persons: Instagram, TikTok, , I've, aren't, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Adam Mosseri, Instagram hasn't, Ryan Broderick, Pew, You'd, let's, ByteDance, I'm Organizations: Service, The New York Times, Meta, The, Schools, Boston Globe Locations: Europe, Valencia, Massachusetts
CNN —In travel news this week: passenger–pleasing airports, cool streets around the world, France’s frog-leg crisis and Ireland’s best food and drink. World’s best airportsThe busy beavers at Airports Council International have gathered nearly 600,000 surveys from travelers at more than 400 airports around the world and have revealed the passengers’ favorites. What’s Japan’s most international city? DenisTangneyJr/iStockphoto/Getty Images Topeka, Kansas: Choose Topeka doesn’t just focus on remote workers. Ron Buskirk/Alamy Stock Photo Rochester, New York: The Greater ROC Remote program offers $10,000 in grants and incentives (plus another $9,000 for home-buying grants).
Persons: South Carolina • Gerald R, Mohammed, Patrick’s, you’ll, , Saint Patrick, , they’ve, John Hope Franklin, Tyler Layne, Ali Majdfar, Roberto Galan, Ron Buskirk, Denis Tangney Jr, Walter Bibikow, Ann Arbor, Paul Brady, Titanic, “ It’s Organizations: CNN, Council International, Spartanburg International, Ford International, Mohammed V International, Turkey • Guayaquil International, Salalah, Oman • Sultan Hasanuddin International, Green, of, US Centers for Disease Control, John Hope Franklin Reconciliation, Getty Images, Topeka doesn’t, Getty, Shoals, ROC Remote, Images, Miami Beach Locations: Greenville, South Carolina, Michigan, Rome, Italy, Morocco • Izmir Adnan Menderes, Turkey, Ecuador, Oman • Sultan, Indonesia • Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Asia, Tokyo, Spain, Valencia, of Europe, Happy, Ireland, South Korea, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Tulsa, Tulsa West Virginia, New, West Virginia, Getty Images Indiana, Evansville, Getty Images Topeka , Kansas, Topeka, Kentucky, Mayfield, Graves, Alabama, Tuscumbia, Rochester , New York, Images Alaska, Alaska, Sitka, Getty Images Michigan, Ann
Where’s the Next Generation of Great Coaches?
  + stars: | 2024-03-15 | by ( Rory Smith | )   time to read: +1 min
The Greek triumph came a few weeks after Porto, led by a charismatic young coach with hair more pepper than salt, lifted the Champions League trophy. That was after Werder Bremen finished the season as champion of Germany and Valencia secured its second Spanish title in three years. The compilation clip could, at a push, be used as a sort of generational Rorschach test. Werder Bremen should be able to win the Bundesliga. You might not want to watch Greece win the Euros again, but it was nice that it happened.
Persons: craven, Kate Middleton, , pang Organizations: Greece, European, Champions League, Werder Bremen, Valencia, Caldas, Copa Libertadores, Bundesliga, Porto Locations: Porto, Germany, Colombian, Europe
CNN —Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis can stay on and prosecute the Georgia 2020 election interference racketeering case against former President Donald Trump and 14 of his co-defendants, Judge Scott McAfee ruled Friday, but only if she removes the special prosecutor with whom she engaged in a romantic relationship. CNN has reached out to the district attorney’s office regarding the next steps in the case. Wilis chose to dedicate much of her energy on what she believed was the most important case: prosecuting Trump for his attempts to steal the Georgia election in 2020. But the next 40 non-racketeering charges stemmed from roughly a dozen key incidents after the 2020 election. Trump and 14 of his allies have pleaded not guilty to all the charges in the sprawling racketeering case.
Persons: Fani Willis, Donald Trump, Scott McAfee, Willis, Nathan Wade, Trump, Willis ’, McAfee, ” McAfee, Wade, , Wade “, Fulton, CNN Ashleigh Merchant, Mike Roman, Merchant, sully, ” Willis, , Wilis, Brad Raffensperger, Raffensperger, Mike Pence Organizations: CNN, Court, Trump, Jail, Department Locations: Fulton County, Georgia, Atlanta, reimbursements, Wade’s, Fulton, Coffee County , Georgia
CNN —The presiding judge in the Georgia criminal case against Donald Trump and his allies has thrown out some of the charges against the former president and several of his co-defendants. The partial dismissal by Georgia Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee leaves most of the sprawling racketeering indictment intact. Trump was named in three of the counts specifically, meaning the former president is now facing 88 charges over the four criminal indictments in Georgia, New York, Washington, DC, and Florida. Prosecutors alleged that Trump and some of his co-defendants violated the law by pressuring members of the Georgia legislature to unlawfully appoint presidential electors. “It was interesting that the judge made room for the possibility of an appeal by the state.
Persons: Donald Trump, Scott McAfee, McAfee, Trump, Mark Meadows, Brad Raffensperger, Raffensperger, ” McAfee, , , Elie Honig, ” Honig, , ” Michael Moore, doesn’t, ” Moore, Fani Willis Organizations: CNN, Georgia, Trump, Prosecutors, White House, ’ CNN, Fulton Locations: Georgia, Georgia , New York, Washington, Florida, Fulton County
CNN —The presiding judge in former President Donald Trump’s Georgia election subversion case says he is on track to order this week on whether to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. And I’ll tell you that an order like this takes time to write,” McAfee said in the interview. McAfee told the court at the end of the Willis disqualification hearings that he would take at least two weeks to decide. They are too young to have any idea what’s going on or what I do.,” the judge said. “But what I’m looking forward to one day is maybe they grow up a little bit and ask me about it, and I’m looking forward to looking them in the eye and tell them I played it straight and I did the best I could.”
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Fani Willis, Scott McAfee, Willis, Trump, , ” McAfee, I’ve, , McAfee, Nathan Wade, Shelley Wynter Organizations: CNN, Fulton, WSB Radio, WSB Radio – Locations: Donald Trump’s Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta
A longtime Democratic stronghold and home to the city of Atlanta, Fulton County will present an uphill challenge for Kramer, a vocal Trump supporter. I’m very passionate about making sure the citizens of Fulton County feel confident in their DA,” he added. He lost the primary to Willis and former District Attorney Paul Howard, whom he later endorsed in a runoff. Asked if he believes that Willis has the support of Fulton County after her testimony, Dickens told CNN: “Yes. In that case, like she’s attempting to do with Trump and his allies, Willis used the racketeering statute as a tool to build a broad conspiracy case.
Persons: Fani Willis, Donald Trump, Christian Wise Smith, Willis, Courtney Kramer, Kramer, Trump, Joe Biden, Nathan Wade, Wise Smith, , , Smith, Paul Howard, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens, Dickens, Willis ’, it’s, It’s Donald Trump, ” Dickens, Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin, Charlie Bailey, Reginald Jackson, Gerald Griggs, Griggs, “ I’m, ” Willis, Young Thug Organizations: CNN, Fulton, White, Trump, Democratic, DA, Georgia Democrats, Atlanta Mayor, Democrat, City Hall, AME, Georgia NAACP Locations: Fulton County, Georgia, Atlanta, of Atlanta
CNN —A Georgia state Senate committee investigating allegations of wrongdoing by the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis heard more than three hours of testimony from defense attorney Ashleigh Merchant that largely went unchallenged by the mostly Republican committee and offered little to no new information about the claims. Merchant is representing one of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the sprawling 2020 Georgia election interference racketeering case and is seeking to have Willis, a Democrat, removed from the case, possibly endangering the entire prosecution. Republican state Sen. Bill Cowsert, chairman of the committee, told CNN that endgame of the panel is, “to determine whether there has been improper behavior. They’re going hear the evidence…and I’m sure both sides will actually do their role in that particular situation,” Jones said. The panel can amend Georgia law or create new legislation but lacks the power to directly sanction Willis.
Persons: CNN —, Fani Willis, Ashleigh Merchant, Merchant, Donald Trump’s, Willis, Sen, Bill Cowsert, , it’s, ” Cowsert, Democratic Sen, Jason Esteves, ” Esteves, Harold Jones, ” Jones, Wade, Jones, ” “, he’s, , CNN’s Jade Gordon, Shirin Faqiri, Olivia Laborde Organizations: CNN, Republican, Democratic, Merchant, Trump Locations: Georgia, Fulton County, guardrails
CNN —Spain’s LaLiga says it is “studying and analyzing the facts” around the latest alleged racist abuse incident towards Real Madrid forward Vinícius Jr. at Valencia’s Mestalla Stadium on Saturday. Antonio Villalba/Real Madrid/Getty ImagesVinícius has been subjected to racist abuse from the stands on numerous occasions during LaLiga matches over the past two seasons. He was also the target of racist abuse in Real’s league game at Valencia last season. In late May 2023, Spanish police said seven people had been detained in relation to incidents of racist abuse directed at Vinícius. These actions were the focal point of much of the abuse Federico received on his Instagram.
Persons: Spain’s LaLiga, Vinícius, Anna Anjos –, , LaLiga, Anjos, Vini, ” Anjos, ” Vinícius, Antonio Villalba, Peter Federico, Federico, Valencia, “ Valencia, ” LaLiga Organizations: CNN, Real Madrid, ESPN, Valencia, Royal Spanish Football Federation, CNN Sport, Spanish Locations: Real, Spain, Real Madrid, Vinícius, Madrid, Valencia
CNN —Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham was sent off after he was denied an injury-time winner against Valencia on Saturday. That prompted Bellingham, along with other Real Madrid players, to remonstrate angrily with the referee, only for the midfielder to be shown a red card as the match ended 2-2. Real Madrid pulled a goal back through Vinícius Jr. right on the stroke of halftime and continued to push for an equalizer in the second half. He had celebrated his first goal by raising his fist into the air on what was his 250th appearance for Real Madrid. Real next plays RB Leipzig in the Champions League on Wednesday, while Valencia returns to action in the league against Getafe next Saturday.
Persons: Jude Bellingham, Gil Manzano, remonstrate, Hugo Duro, Roman Yaremchuk, Dani Carvajal’s, Vinícius Jr, Vinícius, David S, Bustamante, Duro, Brahim Díaz, Manzano, Bellingham “, , , Carlo Ancelotti, it’s, It’s, ” Ancelotti, ” Bellingham's, Pablo Morano, Valencia Organizations: CNN — Real Madrid, Valencia, Real Madrid, Bellingham, Mallorca, Leipzig, Champions League, Getafe Locations: Bellingham, Valencia, Girona
The text messages raise questions about Bradley’s credibility, and the degree to which Merchant appeared to rely on his claims that she was then unable to substantiate elsewhere. Wade and Willis have admitted to being romantically involved, but both have testified their relationship started after Willis appointed Wade lead prosecutor in the Trump case. Merchant had said that he would contradict testimony from Willis and Wade once he took the stand. “Why would you speculate when she was asking you a direct question about when the relationship started?” Sadow pushed. The additional text messages show Bradley calling Merchant his “friend,” offering unsolicited advice, and also bashing Willis and Wade, Bradley’s former law partner.
Persons: Fani Willis, Donald Trump, Terrence Bradley, Ashleigh Merchant, Trump’s, Bradley, Willis, Nathan Wade, Wade, Bradley’s, Merchant, Trump, , Steve Sadow, ” Sadow, ” Bradley, , Merchant ., ” Merchant, ” “, Michael Moore, Scott McAfee, ” Moore Organizations: CNN, Trump, Merchant Locations: Georgia, Wade’s
CNN —A Georgia lawyer who had been billed as a star witness in the effort to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis did not deliver damaging testimony Tuesday on her romantic relationship with prosecutor Nathan Wade. “I do not have knowledge of it starting, or when it started,” Bradley said at one point. That filing leveled allegations that Willis and Wade engaged in an improper romantic relationship from which Willis financially benefited. “Why would you speculate when she was asking you a direct question about when the relationship started?” Sadow pushed. That means attorneys can use it to bolster their legal arguments about whether Willis should be disqualified without witness testimony.
Persons: CNN —, Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, Terrence Bradley, Willis, Wade, Donald Trump, Bradley, , , ” Bradley, ” Ashleigh Merchant, ” Merchant, Scott McAfee, CNN’s Nick Valencia, ’ Bradley, Merchant, Willis ’, , ’ ” Bradley, “ Mr, Richard Rice, ” Trump, Steve Sadow, ” Sadow, , McAfee Organizations: CNN, Fulton, Trump, Bradley Locations: Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, South Fulton
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