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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris hits the campaign trail on Tuesday for the first time since President Joe Biden announced that he would end his reelection campaign and endorsed Harris for president. Still, some key Democratic endorsements have not yet come through for Harris, such as from House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, both of New York. Former President Barack Obama, one of the parry's most revered figures, has likewise not publicly endorsed Harris yet. Speculation swirls about potential running mates for Harris, with Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly, Pennsylvania Gov. While Harris campaigns in Wisconsin, Biden is expected to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Harris, Donald Trump, Sen, JD Vance, Democratic party's, Hakeem Jeffries, Chuck Schumer, Barack Obama, Arizona Sen, Mark Kelly, Josh Shapiro, Roy Cooper, Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu Organizations: NBC, Democratic, Arizona, North Carolina Gov Locations: Milwaukee , Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Washington, Gaza
Washington and the world are still reeling from President Joe Biden's surprise announcement on Sunday that he is ending his teetering re-election campaign. But Biden's swift endorsement of Vice President Kamala Harris to replace him at the top of the Democratic ticket is energizing Democrats and breathing new life into their campaign to defeat former President Donald Trump and his running mate, Ohio Sen. JD Vance. The "Biden for President" campaign committee has officially been renamed the Harris for President committee, maintaining the Biden team's infrastructure, staff and — crucially — its $98 million in cash reserves. Democrats excited about a new ticket have donated tens of millions of dollars online to the Harris for President campaign.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Kamala Harris, Donald Trump, Ohio Sen, JD Vance, Biden, Harris Organizations: Democratic, Biden
The attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday left one attendee and the gunman dead, and two more attendees still in critical condition 12 hours later. Trump was grazed by a bullet and treated at a local hospital, but released late Saturday night. The FBI has identified the shooter, now deceased, as 20-year-old Thomas Matthew Crooks of Bethel Park, Pa., a registered Republican. He used a semi-automatic weapon, NBC News reports. CNBC's politics reporters and breaking news teams are covering the day's developments from Washington, D.C. and New York City.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Thomas Matthew Crooks, Mike Johnson, demonized Trump Organizations: FBI, NBC, Republican National Convention, Trump, Democratic Locations: Pennsylvania, Washington, California, Bethel Park, Pa, Milwaukee, Washington ,, New York City
AdvertisementSome recently started driving for Uber and Lyft to earn extra income and have something to do. AdvertisementHaving something to do in retirementSome drivers like Glenn Mueller, 75, said Uber driving gives him something to do in his retirement. Others like Bob Milosavljević, 72, rely on driving income to supplement his Social Security income. Now, Petrie, who lives in Anderson, South Carolina, said he gets $1,780 in Social Security, which isn't enough to cover all his expenses. He retired 11 years ago in Southwest Florida and started driving for Uber and Lyft in 2017 to supplement his Social Security.
Persons: George Conner, Uber, they're, they'll, Lyft, Glenn Mueller, Mueller, Bob Milosavljević, Milosavljević, hasn't, That's, David Petrie, Petrie, Steve Wilkie, , Wilkie, Marilyn Cassidy, she's, Cassidy, Susan Harward, Harward Organizations: Service, Social Security, Business, BI, Security, Fort Myers Locations: Florida, Naples , Florida, Boston, Anderson , South Carolina, Southwest Florida, Miami, Fort, Myrtle Beach , South Carolina, Salt Lake City
Biden shepherded through the PACT Act , which has been described as the biggest expansion of veterans benefits in a generation. "Someone who may have had a rare cancer that was benefited by the PACT Act, that's the most important thing to them. President Joe Biden delivers a speech about the PACT Act at the Westwood Park YMCA in Nashua, New Hampshire. After Jackson's bid ended, Robert Wilkie, who had been working at the Pentagon, was nominated and confirmed as VA secretary. Denis McDonough, who was Obama's chief of staff, has served as VA secretary since the beginning of the Biden administration.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Patrick Murray, Military.com, John Tully, Joe Parsetich, Barack Obama, Cheriss, VFW's Murray, Donald J, Veterans Affairs David Shulkin, Michael Reynolds, Trump's, David Shulkin, Obama, Shulkin, Ronny Jackson, Jackson, Jackson's, Robert Wilkie, Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough, Chip Somodevilla, Denis McDonough, Donald Remy, Tanya Bradsher, McDonough Organizations: Service, Business, Department of Veterans Affairs, Biden shepherded, Veterans, Foreign, PACT, American, Westwood, Getty, Disabled American Veterans, White, Biden, US, Veterans Affairs, Wimbledon, Shulkin, White House, Pentagon, Trump, Cross Locations: France, Nashua , New Hampshire, Rose, Trump's, Europe, Texas
President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are squaring off in their first debate of the 2024 White House race in Atlanta on Thursday night. NBC News Now will stream CNN's Presidential Debate live. The 90-minute debate comes as Trump faces two pending criminal prosecutions over the Republican's efforts to overturn his defeat as president in the 2020 election to the Democrat Biden. There will be no studio audience for the debate, and each candidate's microphone will be muted when it is their opponent's turn to speak. CNBC's team of politics and economics reporters will be covering the candidates, the lead-up and the debate live from Washington, D.C.; CNBC Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; and New York City.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Democrat Biden, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash Organizations: White, NBC, Trump, Democrat, CNN, Washington , D.C, CNBC Global Headquarters, New Locations: Atlanta, Washington ,, Englewood Cliffs , New Jersey, New York City
WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump failed to impress everyone in a room full of top CEOs Thursday at the Business Roundtable's quarterly meeting, multiple attendees told CNBC. "Trump doesn't know what he's talking about," said one CEO who was in the room, according to a person who heard the executive speaking. The CEO also said Trump did not explain how he planned to accomplish any of his policy proposals, that person said. "These were people who I think might have been actually predisposed to [Trump but] actually walked out of the room less predisposed" to him, Sorkin said. "President Trump was warmly received by everyone in the room and was commended for his policy proposals on deregulation and tax cuts," said Steven Cheung, communications director for the Trump presidential campaign.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Donald Trump, Trump, CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin, Sorkin, Steven Cheung Organizations: WASHINGTON, Business, CNBC, Trump
WASHINGTON — The conservative gadfly Dinesh D'Souza's film and book "2000 Mules," which pushes false conspiracies about voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, has been removed from distribution by its executive producer and publisher, according to an announcement Friday. Salem Media Group 's announcement that it had yanked D'Souza's film and book also apologized to Mark Andrews, a Georgia man falsely accused in "2000 Mules" of ballot stuffing. Former President Donald Trump, who lost to Biden, embraced "2000 Mules," screening the film at his Florida club Mar-a-Lago. "2000 Mules" shows Andrews placing five ballots into a box, as D'Souza says in a voiceover: "What you are seeing is a crime. In its statement Friday announcing it would cease distributing the film and book, Salem Media said, "It was never our intent that the publication of the 2000 Mules film and book would harm Mr.
Persons: Dinesh D'Souza, WASHINGTON —, gadfly Dinesh D'Souza's, Mark Andrews, Andrews, D'Souza, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Salem, Mr Organizations: WASHINGTON, Salem Media Group, CNBC, Salem, Media, Mar, Salem Media's, Regnery Publishing, Salem Media Locations: Washington , DC, Georgia, Florida
"We need much more European big players, and I think Mistral AI can be one of them," Macron said of France's leading AI company. Macron also praised H, the newly launched French AI startup that announced this week it had raised a massive $220 million from its initial round of financing. He compared allowing American tech giants to operate under U.S. regulations while in Europe, to allowing a French bank in the United States to ignore American banking regulations. When it comes to China, however, Macron implied that he thought some U.S. tech regulations had gone too far. "Look, I think China is a competitor when you speak about trade, innovation and economy.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Macron, CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin Organizations: France —, Microsoft, CNBC, European, EU Artificial Intelligence, European Union, Google, TikTok Locations: PARIS, France, France — Europe, China, United States, U.S, Paris, Mistral, Europe, Washington, Brussels
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he arrives to Trump tower during the day of his trial over charges that he falsified business records to conceal money paid to silence porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016, in New York City, U.S. , April 19, 2024. Former President Donald Trump received 36 million more shares of Trump Media Technology Group on Friday, according to a newly filed disclosure Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The shares were part of a contractual "earnout bonus" that Trump's eponymous media company agreed to shortly before it went public in March. At Tuesday's closing price of $49.93, Trump's newly awarded shares were worth around $1.8 billion, although he is prohibited from selling them until a six-month lockup period expires. The additional shares bring Trump's total in the newly public company to 114,750,000.
Persons: Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels, Trump's Organizations: Trump Media Technology Group, Securities and Exchange Commission, Trump, Nasdaq Locations: Trump, New York City, U.S
Former U.S. President Donald Trump sits in the courtroom at Manhattan criminal court in New York on April 26, 2024. Defense attorneys for former President Donald Trump continued the cross-examination Friday of former National Enquirer publisher David Pecker, who has given three days of damning testimony for the prosecution in Trump's New York criminal hush money trial. Pecker's cross-examination began Thursday afternoon, when attorneys for Trump started a line of questions designed to poke holes in Pecker's credibility. The effort drew objections from prosecutors late Thursday afternoon, which New York Judge Juan Merchan said would be dealt with on Friday. Entering the courtroom Friday morning, Trump said he thought things went "very well" in the trial on Thursday.
Persons: Donald Trump, David Pecker, Pecker's, Trump, Juan Merchan Organizations: U.S, National Enquirer, New York Locations: Manhattan, New York, Trump's New York
Elijah Nouvelage | ReutersThe sprawling Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants can continue if either Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis or prosecutor Nathan Wade removes themselves, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee ruled Friday. Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAfee looks on during a hearing in the case of the State of Georgia v. Donald John Trump on February 12, 2024 at the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Willis and Wade admitted to the relationship only after it was first alleged in January court filings for defendant Michael Roman. and the prosecutor engaged in an "improper, clandestine personal relationship" and that they profited off the arrangement at taxpayers' expense. But both Willis and Wade insisted their relationship posed neither a personal nor financial conflict, and Willis has decried related claims as "fantastical theories and rank speculation."
Persons: Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, Donald Trump, Elijah Nouvelage, Scott McAfee, Willis, Wade, Trump's, Joe Biden's, Donald John Trump, Alyssa Pointer, Trump, Steve Sadow, Pete Skandalakis, Michael Roman Organizations: Trump, of, NBC News Locations: Fulton County, Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia's, of Georgia, Fulton, Atlanta , Georgia
Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrives to speak at the Republican Jewish Coalition Annual Leadership Summit in Las Vegas on Oct. 28, 2023. WASHINGTON — Former Vice President Mike Pence said Friday that he would not endorse his former boss for president in the 2024 election. Trump "is pursuing and articulating an agenda that is at odds with the conservative agenda that we governed on during our four years," said Pence. "As I have watched his candidacy unfold, I've seen him walking away from our commitment to confronting the national debt," Pence said. "I've seen him starting to shy away from a commitment to the sanctity of human life."
Persons: Mike Pence, WASHINGTON —, Pence, Donald Trump, Trump, I've Organizations: U.S, Republican Jewish Coalition, Leadership, WASHINGTON, Fox News, Republican Locations: Las Vegas
A spirited President Joe Biden delivered a fiery, partisan State of the Union address on Thursday, fit for an election year with enormously high stakes in a divided nation. "Not since President Lincoln and the Civil War have freedom and democracy been under assault here at home as they are today," Biden said early in the speech. "What makes our moment rare is that freedom and democracy are under attack, both at home and overseas, at the very same time," he said. "Overseas, [President Vladimir] Putin of Russia is on the march, invading Ukraine and sowing chaos throughout Europe and beyond. "My message to President Putin is simple.
Persons: Joe Biden, Lincoln, Biden, Vladimir, Putin, Ulf Kristersson, Lady Jill Biden Organizations: NATO Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Europe, Swedish
The motion, moved by independent lawmaker Andrew Wilkie, was passed on Wednesday with 86 votes in favour and 42 against after it was supported by the Labor government. "(The motion) will send a powerful political signal to the British government and to the U.S. government," Wilkie told parliament ahead of the vote. Assange's supporters say he has been victimised because he exposed U.S. wrongdoing and potential crimes, including in conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Washington says the release of the secret documents put lives in danger. Australia's Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus said Assange's extradition was raised in a meeting with his U.S. counterpart Merrick Garland in Washington last month.
Persons: Renju Jose SYDNEY, Anthony Albanese, Julian Assange, Andrew Wilkie, Wilkie, Assange, Albanese, Mark Dreyfus, Merrick Garland, Dreyfus, Renju Jose, Jamie Freed Organizations: Australia's, WikiLeaks, London's, Labor, ., Britain, Australian Broadcasting Corp, U.S Locations: Australia, United States, Australian, Britain, Afghanistan, Iraq, Washington, Sydney
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australia’s House of Representatives has ramped up pressure on the United States and Britain to end the prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by passing a motion calling for the Australian citizen to be allowed to return to his home country. Independent lawmaker Andrew Wilkie moved the motion on Wednesday one week ahead of Britain’s High Court of Justice hearing Assange’s appeal against extradition to the United States on espionage charges. Leaders of both the government and the opposition have publicly stated that the United States’ pursuit of the 52-year-old had dragged on for too long. Assange’s brother Gabriel Shipton on Thursday welcomed the lawmakers' vote, adding that his notorious sibling could potentially be extradited to the United States next week. Senior opposition lawmaker Dan Tehan said the motion did not reflect his party’s wish that the prosecution progress more quickly.
Persons: Julian Assange, Andrew Wilkie, Anthony Albanese, Assange, Gabriel Shipton, he’ll, ” Shipton, Wilkie, Albanese, Australia’s, Joe Biden, State Anthony Blinken, Dan Tehan, ” Tehan, Tehan, Chelsea Manning, Manning, Barack Obama Organizations: , Independent, Australian, Ecuadorian Embassy, House, U.S, State, WikiLeaks, Army, Manning’s Locations: MELBOURNE, Australia, United States, Britain, Britain’s, Ecuadorian, London, Sweden
President Joe Biden's reelection campaign launched an official TikTok account Sunday evening. The account is noteworthy because TikTok is currently banned on most U.S. government-issued devices. The TikTok account, with the handle "@bidenhq," debuted Sunday during Lunar New Year celebrations in China and Super Bowl 58 in the U.S. Biden campaign advisors told NBC News the TikTok account is part of an effort to meet voters where they are. The Biden White House has carried on a love-hate relationship with TikTok since Biden took office.
Persons: Joe Biden, John F, Joe Biden's, TikTok, Biden, Shou Zi Chew, Jeffrey Yass, ratcheted Organizations: Kennedy International Airport, Super, China, Harvard Business School, TikTok's, Susquehanna International Group, Billionaire, U.S, NBC, Pew Research, Biden White Locations: New York City, U.S, China
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers remarks at a Nevada Republican volunteer recruiting event at Fervent: A Calvary Chapel on July 8, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Former President Donald Trump has won the Nevada Republican caucus, NBC News projects. Democrats have won Nevada in the past four presidential elections. The Nevada Republican Party will award 26 delegates proportionally based on the results of Thursday's caucuses. Nikki Haley was defeated in the Nevada Republican primary.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Joe Lombardo, Lombardo, Trump, Ryan Binkley, Trump's, Nikki Haley, Haley Organizations: U.S, Republican, Nevada Republican, NBC, Democrats, Nevada Republican Party, South Carolina Gov, Nevada GOP Locations: Nevada, Las Vegas , Nevada
U.S. President Joe Biden reacts as he attends the opening of the Biden for President campaign office in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., February 3, 2024. President Joe Biden won a landslide victory in South Carolina's Democratic primary Saturday, where voters sent a clear message that they are ready for Biden to pivot to the November election. Biden's overwhelming margin of victory left no question about who Democratic voters want to be on the ballot in November. Republicans will vote in their party primary on Feb. 24, where former South Carolina Gov. Unlike the Republican battle, the Democratic primary has, so far, been notable for its civility.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Dean Phillips, Marianne Williamson, Donald Trump, , Williamson, Phillips, Nikki Haley Organizations: Biden, South, Democratic, NBC News, Black, South Carolina Gov, GOP, Republican Locations: Wilmington , Delaware, U.S, South Carolina, In Iowa, New Hampshire
Vince McMahon, executive chairman of the board of TKO Group Holdings and founder of wrestling giant WWE, has resigned his positions at both companies, according to a WWE memo obtained by CNBC and confirmed by the company. "Vince McMahon has tendered his resignation from his positions as TKO Executive Chairman and on the TKO Board of Directors. He will no longer have a role with TKO Group Holdings or WWE," said Nick Khan, president of the WWE. The announcement came in the wake of allegations made public Thursday, of sexual assault and sex trafficking, against McMahon. The latest allegations against McMahon were in a lawsuit filed by Janel Grant — who alleges McMahon directed her to have sex with a WWE "superstar" and other men.
Persons: Vince McMahon, Nick Khan, McMahon, Janel Grant —, Grant's, Grant, John Laurinaitis Organizations: WWE, MetLife, Holdings, CNBC Locations: East Rutherford , New Jersey, U.S, Connecticut
Since 2022, at least nine states — including six in 2023 — passed laws to impose harsher penalties for organized retail crime offenses, and New York and California could join that list. It's tough to determine whether theft offenses are up nationally, as it's a crime that often goes unreported and undetected. Experts previously told CNBC that laws that increase penalties for retail crime offenses may not actually reduce theft offenses, and could disproportionately harm marginalized groups. "Across our nation and our state, retail theft has surged, creating fear among customers and workers. Newsom this week also called for new legislation that would address organized retail crime.
Persons: Kathy Hochul, Gavin Newsom, , It's, Hochul, Newsom, sheriff's, — CNBC's Christina Wilkie Organizations: Democratic, Republicans, CNBC, Owners, CNBC PRO Locations: New York, California
Congressional leaders announced a $1.59 trillion deal on top-line spending Sunday as the government races to avoid a potential shutdown. The deal establishes an overall spending budget of $1.59 trillion for the 2024 fiscal year, allocating $886 billion to military spending and $704 billion for non-defense spending, said Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana said in a Sunday note. The deal comes as the House and Senate inch closer to a key Jan.19 deadline, when funding runs out for many federal agencies. "It will also allow us to keep the investments for hardworking American families secured by the legislative achievements of President Biden and Congressional Democrats." Some of the concessions made include a $10-billion cut to IRS mandatory funding under the Inflation Reduction Act and $6.1 billion of the "COVID-era slush funds."
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Mike Johnson, Johnson, Schumer, Hakeem Jeffries, Biden, year's Schumer, Pelosi Organizations: U.S, Capitol, Congressional, Republican, Committee, America Locations: Washington , DC, Louisiana
Binance's VIP users were granted a set of special privileges, including an early heads-up from the crypto exchange if they were under investigation by law enforcement, according to the U.S. Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Treasury alleged in a 92-page order that Binance had "developed a process to notify VIP users if they became the subject of a law enforcement inquiry," in a setup where Binance was effectively serving as a lookout for its top-tier customers. Members of Binance's VIP team were instructed to contact the user under investigation by "all available means" including sending texts and calling to inform customers, for example, that their account had been frozen or unfrozen. According to the consent order, Binance's VIP team staff were warned not to be too obvious in their tips. They will be managed by your [VIP] team.
Persons: Changpeng Zhao, Binance, FinCEN, Binance's, — CNBC's Christina Wilkie Organizations: Treasury's, Treasury, . Enterprise Locations: U.S, United States
WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen pointed to the consistently higher prices that Americans pay for food and rent today, compared with pre-pandemic levels, as a major factor driving voters' negative outlook on the economy. "Although prices in general are rising less quickly, Americans still see increases in some important prices, including food, from where we were prior to the pandemic. As overall inflation rates have come down over the past year, food prices have consistently outpaced baseline inflation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There are lots of reasons for this, ranging from the war in Ukraine's impact on grain prices to restaurants charging higher prices for menu items. But Americans do notice higher prices from what they used to be accustomed to," she added.
Persons: Janet Yellen, Yellen, Joe Biden, Biden, Elizabeth Crofoot, CNBC's Jeff Cox, Donald Trump Organizations: Bureau of Labor Statistics, NBC Locations: WASHINGTON
Top business leaders in the U.S. meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in San Francisco, California on Nov. 15, 2023. Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla chief Elon Musk and Blackrock's Steve Schwarzman were among the guests Wednesday night at a gala reception and dinner in San Francisco for visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping. San Francisco Mayor London Breed also had a spot at the head table. According to the place cards, Cook was seated next to Chinese Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao. Event organizers said Musk attended the VIP reception, but did not stay for the dinner.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Tim Cook, Elon Musk, Steve Schwarzman, Xi's, Joe Biden, Biden, Xi, Marc Benioff, Stan Deal, Raj Subramaniam, Ryan McInerney, Ray Dalio, Albert Bourla, Janow, Larry Fink, Gina Raimondo, Nicholas Burns, Kurt Campbell, San Francisco Mayor London Breed, Cook, of Commerce Wang Wentao, Musk Organizations: Apple, Tesla, U.S ., China Business Council, National Committee, U.S, China Relations, United, Boeing, FedEx, Visa, Bridgewater Associates, Pfizer, Mastercard, BlackRock, Commerce, White House, San Francisco Mayor London, of Commerce Locations: U.S, San Francisco , California, San Francisco, United States, China, White House China
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