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The Guardian view on British children in Syria: bring them back | Editorial
The government’s decision to block the rescue of 60 children, including orphans and toddlers, was a terrible mistakeThe cancellation of a plan to rescue more than 60 British children, including at least three orphans, from north-east Syria at the end of last month is a stain both on the UK and on the reputations of the ministers involved. The hard line taken by the home secretary, Priti Patel, may have been consistent with that of her predecessor, Sajid Javid. But she, Mr Javid and the defence secretary, Ben Wallace, should each be ashamed. In arguing, jointly, for an operation that should have gone ahead during a ceasefire to be abandoned, they have set their faces against humanitarian values. Each must be called upon to justify their decision to regard the toddlers and primary-school-aged children now trapped in the al-Hawl and al-Roj camps not as unwitting victims of a foreign war, but as a threat to the security of the UK.The situation in the area where the children, who are mostly with their mothers, are stuck is chaotic and dangerous following the recent US withdrawal and Turkish invasion. There have been claims that burning white phosphorus was used against children by Turkish troops. The outcome of negotiations between the Syrian government and Kurdish forces is uncertain save in one respect: Syria will soon be in charge. Continue reading...
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Why Rob Manfred must make a harsh example of illegal sign-stealers
Rob Manfred is on the clock. Literally. He wants to speed up the game, and one of the elements slowing it down is paranoia about illegal sign stealing. So the commissioner has a strong ulterior motivation to severely punish the Astros, their personnel and any other teams and people that come out dirty from his...
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Iconic dress Princess Diana wore while dancing with John Travolta is up for sale
A dress Princess Diana wore when she danced with John Travolta is up for sale.
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Eight more witnesses expected in public impeachment hearings this week
The second week of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry has eight witnesses scheduled to testify. Three of the four witnesses set to testify Tuesday were on the July Ukraine phone call which sparked the inquiry. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
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'Premeditated, cold and cruel': Prosecutors' final arguments in murder trial
Patrick Frazee is accused of killing Kelsey Berreth on Thanksgiving Day 2018.
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Derek Jeter isn’t the only ex-Yankee getting his first Hall of Fame chance now
There’s more than one Yankee getting his first shot at Cooperstown next year. Derek Jeter is among 18 newcomers on the 2020 Hall of Fame ballot. He is likely to be an overwhelming choice to join former New York Yankees teammate Mariano Rivera in Cooperstown after the reliever last year became the first unanimous pick...
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Neo-Nazi terror group threatened ‘to find and harm’ US activist in Germany
Activist says German police were warned by US authorities of AWD member who went to Germany with possible intention to harm herAn expatriate US activist who was targeted by the neo-Nazi terror group Atomwaffen Division (AWD) has told the Guardian that German police were last year warned by US authorities of “a specific threat to find me and do me harm”.The activist, who moved to Germany in part because of the threats she was receiving from the far right in the US, was told last November that German Federal Criminal Police had been warned by US federal authorities about an AWD member who had traveled to Germany with the possible intention of harming her. Continue reading...
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3 shot to death outside Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma
Three people were shot and killed outside a Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma, according to police. CBS affiliate KWTV reports two people were shot to death in a car and the gunman was also shot and killed in the parking lot. Vladimir Duthiers has more.
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Jamie Oliver reheats bid to build mid-range restaurant chain
Six months after collapse of UK dining empire, celebrity chef launches latest conceptJamie Oliver is to take another crack at building a mid-range restaurant chain – just six months after most of the celebrity chef’s UK dining empire collapsed.Two of his Jamie’s Italian outlets in south-east Asia – on Bali’s Kuta beach and in Bangkok – are to be converted to a new format called Jamie Oliver Kitchen, the latest concept to be launched by the chef and which will focus on all-day dining with dishes reflecting local cuisine. Continue reading...
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What to Know Before Booking a Trip With More Than One Layover
If you’ve ever searched for flights extremely last-minute in a panic—and somehow stumble across a good deal—there’s almost always a catch. Chances are, the catch in question might involve two (or more) layovers and three flights just to get you to your final destination only a few hours away.Read more...
Democratic naysayers are dead wrong on Medicare for All
Media pundits and some faint-hearted Democrats are failing Americans with their reluctance to seize on Elizabeth Warren's and Bernie Sanders' plan to reform America's costly, unfair and inefficient health care system. The two are pointing the correct way, and this is a goal that most Americans support, writes Jeffrey Sachs.
Marvel threatens Democrat Ben Kallos for assuming ‘Captain America’ persona in campaign
Marvel Comics has sent an ominous warning to a New York City politician: Stop campaigning as Captain America! The campaign of Councilman Ben Kallos, who is running for Manhattan borough president, sent out a “Superhero Alert” on Friday asking for donations in an a-letter that also featured him dressed as the iconic comic book hero....
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Republic of Ireland v Denmark: Euro 2020 qualifying – live!
Updates from the crucial Group D game in DublinIreland v Denmark: an unlikely footballing hellGet in touch! Email Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 6.42pm GMT The team news again, now with added handy Twitter graphics:Here is how Ireland will line out tonight! #IRLDEN #COYBIG 11 startere til aftenens meget vigtige kamp mod Irland ✅Kom så, drenge!#ForDanmark #IRLDEN #EURO2020 6.38pm GMT The teams are in, and here are the starting XIs: Republic of Ireland: Randolph, Doherty, Stevens, Duffy, Egan, Whelan, Browne, McGoldrick, McClean, Hendrick, Hourihane.Denmark: Schmeichel, Dalsgaard, Zanka, Kjær, Stryger, Schöne, Delaney, Eriksen, Poulsen, Cornelius, Braithwaite.David McGoldrick returned to the Republic of Ireland starting line-up for Monday night’s Euro 2020 decider against Denmark.The Sheffield United striker, who missed last month’s double-header in Georgia and Switzerland through injury, was included in one of three changes to the side which lost 2-0 in Geneva as he, Matt Doherty and Conor Hourihane replaced Aaron Connolly, the suspended Seamus Coleman and James Collins. Continue reading...
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Two of Neptune’s moons are locked in a ‘dance of avoidance’
Neptune may be one of the more mysterious planets in the solar system, but a new study notes that two of its moons, Naiad and Thalassa, are locked in a “dance of avoidance.” The research, which can be read on the arXiv repository, notes that the two celestial satellites are only separated by approximately 1,150...
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Beyoncé wears ‘billion-dollar’ clutch to Jay-Z’s gala
She always looks like a billion bucks.
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Shooting in Walmart parking lot leaves three dead in Oklahoma
Three people died in a shooting outside a Walmart store in Oklahoma on Monday morning, law enforcement officials said, the third fatal shooting at the retailer in five months and the latest in a string of gun violence across the United States.
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Supreme Court issues temporary stay to keep Trump’s taxes secret
The Supreme Court on Monday issued a temporary stay that will allow President Trump to keep his tax returns secret — at least temporarily. The ruling came in the case of Trump v. Mazars, his longtime accounting firm, and House Democrats will have until Thursday to file a response to the order, signed by Chief...
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Supreme Court orders stay in case over Trump's financial records
A lower court had ordered the president's accounting firm, Mazars USA, to turn over the records this week
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How The Mandalorian Can Work for Disney+
This story contains spoilers for Episode 2 of The Mandalorian.The first episode of The Mandalorian might’ve been too slight to carry the hopes of an entire streaming service, but two entries in, that sleekness is starting to look like an asset. When Disney+ launched last week, the flashiest original offering for subscribers was a show set in the Star Wars universe that felt consciously removed from the high stakes of the cinematic “Skywalker saga.” Set on the fringes of George Lucas’s galaxy and focusing on a nameless character identified only by his species, The Mandalorian had some crisply shot action, but only the barest hint of a plot.The second episode hit Disney+ on Friday (six more installments will follow weekly) and, being a little removed from the hype of the service’s launch, it functioned rather beautifully. The pilot followed the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) as he was tasked with hunting a difficult, off-books bounty by the sinister Client (Werner Herzog). His travels led him to a desert planet where he realized his target was an infant alien, a member of Yoda’s unnamed species. The backstory of that wise, small, frog-like Jedi is one of the few things Star Wars creator George Lucas chose not to delve into in his much-maligned prequel trilogy. By building his show around a Yoda-esque baby, The Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau could be changing that—giving people yet another reason to sign up for Disney+.The service debuted to 10 million subscribers, according to the company, even with initial technical problems. Despite the relative paucity of new programming on the site—one of the other original shows centers on the Toy Story 4 character Forky and has five-minute-long episodes—the nostalgia factor helped lure people in. Viewed alongside the database of animated classics, Marvel movies, and Star Wars material that the studio is offering, The Mandalorian makes sense: It’s a nerdy throwback that’s happy to exist on the margins of a bigger world.Filling in the gaps of Star Wars’ wider universe, it seems, will be the purpose of the blockbuster original programming on Disney+. The other announced Star Wars shows include one that will feature Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi, depicting his life in the years between the original and prequel trilogies. Another will follow Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), a character from the spinoff film Rogue One who worked as an operative in the heroic Rebel Alliance. The Marvel shows will similarly spotlight supporting characters from the cinematic universe such as Loki, Scarlet Witch, Vision and The Falcon, before introducing new comic-book characters such as Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk.Marvel president Kevin Feige has insisted that those shows will matter to the wider movie universe, knocking down the barriers between television and cinema for his colossal connected diegesis. But it’s likely those crossovers will only provide background information for devoted completionist fans. Marvel movies have always been designed so that casual viewers can understand the nuts and bolts of the plot without worrying about everything the Winter Soldier or Hawkeye have been up to.Star Wars is an even bigger sandbox to play in, and Episode 2 of The Mandalorian had fun dredging up minutiae from Lucas’s original trilogy. Coming in at a slender 33 minutes, it embraced the humor of its protagonist’s anonymous persona rather than using it to build suspense. “Chapter Two” saw the Mandalorian get battered by villainous rivals and huge desert fauna; it also re-introduced the impish Jawas (small, hooded scavengers who play a supporting role in the original Star Wars) as bugbears who torment our stoic hero.The episode reminded me of Star Wars: Clone Wars, a stunning 2003 series developed by the animation legend Genndy Tartakovsky (known for creating shows such as Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack). Clone Wars, which aired on Cartoon Network, similarly existed between two installments of the cinematic series, and relied on spectacular, dialogue-light action sequences that told stories with little unnecessary exposition. Watching the Mandalorian face off against a horde of Jawas or battle a hairy desert beast (with the assistance of his alien quarry, who possesses some modicum of Jedi power) had more pure, joyful energy than the dreary first episode.Favreau’s biggest inspiration for The Mandalorian appears to be Lone Wolf and Cub, a Japanese manga series about an assassin and his three-year-old son seeking revenge during the days of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Much as Lucas acknowledged that his movies were indebted to the cinema of Akira Kurosawa (Star Wars has the same broad plot strokes as The Hidden Fortress), Favreau is drawing on elemental tropes for a smaller tale. The Mandalorian probably won’t end its run as the most popular Star Wars story ever, but it is working to earn its spot at the apex of Disney+’s new programming.
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Trump to award outspoken supporter Jon Voight with National Medal of Arts
President Donald Trump will award the National Medal of Arts to Jon Voight, an Oscar winner and outspoken Trump supporter, the White House announced Sunday.
Legendary Canadian bartender's dying wish was for toes to garnish cocktails
‘Captain Dick’ Stevenson requested all 10 of his toes be donated for use in the ‘sour toe’ whiskey cocktail he inventedThe final wish of a Canadian man – that all of his toes be donated to be used in a notorious whiskey cocktail he invented – will soon become a reality.Dick Stevenson, a bartender in Canada’s Yukon territory, died last week at the age of 89. In his will, Stevenson – known to patrons as Captain Dick – had requested all 10 of his toes be donated for use in the “sour toe” cocktail. Continue reading...
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House probing whether Trump lied to Mueller
The House is investigating whether President Trump lied to former special counsel Robert Mueller
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How Well Does Google Stadia Work? We Did a Speed Test
Google Stadia is finally coming out this week, delivering its library of games—er, growing library of games—to TVs, PCs, and phones through the magic of streaming. The one problem with streaming, though, is that it can require a pretty decent connection. And that’s what we’re here to test: How well does a Stadia…Read more...
Prince Andrew’s disastrous Epstein interview is costing his charities
Prince Andrew didn’t just lose face in his “car crash” interview involving Jeffrey Epstein over the weekend — the slammed sit-down is also royally costing his charities. Accounting powerhouse KPMG yanked its sponsorship of the embattled prince’s Pitch@Palace program, which provides mentorships to budding entrepreneurs, after Andrew’s disastrous BBC chat Saturday, in which he offered...
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McConnell suggests House impeachment timing could push Senate trial to 2020
"It looks to me like the House is gonna be on this until Christmas," the Senate Majority Leader said Monday of the House's impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
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Trump, Powell met Monday at White House to discuss economy
U.S. President Donald Trump and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell met at the White House on Monday morning, their second meeting since Powell started the job in February 2017 and soon after became the target of frequent criticism from the president who had appointed him.
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Nile millions of years older than previously thought, study say
Geologists have extensively debated the age of the Nile, with some early figures settling on around 6 million years. They’ve also wondered how the 4,132 mile-long river kept its persistence for so long, continually flowing north, a very unusual direction for river water to take. Now, researchers believe they may have the answers to these...
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Google acquires CloudSimple to bolster cloud workload migration
Google announced that it's acquired cloud workload migration developer CloudSimple for an undisclosed sum. The team will join Google Cloud.
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When it's OK to work out with a cold and when you should stay in bed
Peter Bernik/Shutterstock Whether you should workout with a cold depends on the severity of your symptoms. Working out with a cold may relieve your congestion, but the relief is only temporary and could prolong your illness if you overexert yourself. A good rule of thumb is that if you are going to work out when you're sick, keep the intensity low. This article was reviewed by Rod Oskouian, MD, at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. When your nose is dripping faster than the sweat from your pores, you might wonder if exercising with a cold is a good idea. While following a regular fitness routine is beneficial to your overall health, it's important to listen to your body and adjust your workouts when you're under the weather. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 9 items to avoid buying at CostcoSee Also:No, you cannot get sick from being cold. But it may increase your riskYou're most contagious with the cold virus in the first three days of infectionHow long a cold should last — and when you should see a doctor
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No one believes Prince Andrew's explanation about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein
In a BBC interview, Prince Andrew said he regrets visiting the home of of his friend Jeffrey Epstein after Epstein had been convicted for sex crimes against minors. But the reason he went to Epstein's house for four days, explains the Prince, is because he wanted to end their friendship in person. Everyone thinks this excuse, and almost everything else he says in his well-rehearsed answers, is a load of codswallop. Read the rest
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Steve Walsh: Everton Passed on Erling Braut Haaland, Andy Robertson Transfers
Former Everton director Steve Walsh has said the club passed on several tremendous value deals during his time there, including for Liverpool's Andy Robertson, Salzburg's Erling Braut ...
U.S. Supreme Court puts temporary hold on Trump financial records fight
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday temporarily put on hold a lower court ruling that would require President Donald Trump's accounting firm to hand over some of his financial records to a Democratic-led House of Representatives committee.
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‘The Crown’ gets a companion podcast featuring creator Peter Morgan
Just one day after season three of The Crown premiered on Netflix, the streaming company announced a companion podcast that will let fans take a deeper dive into the show's production and background. Having insight straight from the brains behind the...
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The Supreme Court May Criminalize Immigrant Advocacy
The case could let the government prosecute people for routine legal work or even sympathetic tweets.
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Derek Jeter and Co.: The 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot
Jeter could follow Mariano Rivera as the second unanimous inductee in January, but the rest of the candidates may have more trouble getting into Cooperstown quickly.
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A Keystone Pipeline Oil Spill Has Affected Nearly 10 Times More Land in North Dakota Than First Reported
The cause of the spill is still unknown
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Chick-fil-A cuts charity ties with anti-LGBTQ groups
Chick-fil-A announced plans Monday to finally confront accusations that the fast-food chain is hostile to the LGBTQ community. The company revealed that it would no longer donate to the Salvation Army, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and other groups that have been criticized for their stances on LGBTQ issues. Instead, Chick-fil-A said it will only...
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Avalanche kills six on Siachen glacier in Kashmir
Four Indian soldiers and two civilians die as they are patrolling the Siachen glacier in Kashmir.
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26 celebrity moments that went viral in 2019
Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP; Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP; John Nacion/STAR MAX/IPx Insider rounded up the biggest, most talked-about celebrity moments of the year. Celebrities went viral for their priceless reactions, controversial actions, and outspoken comments (among other things).  2019's standout moments include Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's intimate Oscars performance, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello showing fans how they "really kiss," and Kylie Jenner singing "rise and shine" to daughter Stormi Webster. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bebe Rexha famously called out designers who refused to dress her for the Grammys because she's a US size 8. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP In January, the "Meant to Be" singer shared a video online, speaking out about designers who she said weren't interested in dressing her for the Grammys because of her size.  "If you don't like my fashion style or my music that's one thing," she captioned the video. "But don't say you can't dress someone that isn't a runway size. Empower women to love their bodies instead of making girls and women feel less than by their size." Rexha's words resonated with fans and followers and she was praised for speaking candidly. Speaking to Insider, the singer said that she "was a little scared putting it out because a lot of times, you don't want to come off like this person that's always complaining," "I had to put the video out because I felt hurt, and I can't believe the positive response that I got," she added. "It was incredible." Rexha went on to stun at the award show in a halter-style Monsoori red dress with multiple tiers of ruffles.  Nicole Kidman accidentally ignored Rami Malek while on stage at the Golden Globes. NBC At the 76th Golden Globes in January, Malek and the cast and crew of "Bohemian Rhapsody" went onstage to accept the award for best drama motion picture. Malek portrayed Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in the biopic. While navigating through the people on stage, the actor had a brief interaction with Kidman, who presented the award. During the quick exchange, Kidman seemed oblivious to Malek trying to get her attention. Days later during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the "Mr. Robot" star rewatched the "very awkward" viral moment and said: "I've known her for many years, despite as it may seem from that video." "I have a feeling this is probably haunting me on the internet," he added.  While backstage at the Critics' Choice Awards, Kidman told "Entertainment Tonight" that they're "really good friends" and she was "mortified" by the blunder.  Will Smith's blue Genie from the live-action 'Aladdin' movie was turned into a hilarious meme. Disney In February, Disney released a new trailer for the "Aladdin" live-action remake. When people saw the CGI version of Will Smith's blue genie, they expressed a lot of doubt about the design of the iconic character. A lot of people were also horrified by the appearance, despite being fans of the actor.  The blue genie went on to be turned into memes and Disney defended their take on the character's look. Smith also called the intense reactions "very funny." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 10 most shocking celebrity breakups of 2019, so farOnly 18 TV shows received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes this year — here they areThe 10 best and 10 worst movies of the year so far, according to critics
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A key witness could gut Trump's entire impeachment defense this week
Eight more officials are expected to testify this week, and the most devastating could be Gordon Sondland. The US ambassador to the European Union is emerging as Trump's top bag carrier with the Ukrainians
Trump meets with Fed chair Jerome Powell at White House
President Trump and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell huddled at the White House Monday, and the Fed announced that Powell had told the commander-in-chief that politics would play no role in its decisions on monetary policy. “At the President’s invitation, Chair Powell met with the President and the Treasury Secretary Monday morning at the White...
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Abandon Your Pride and Relax with the Squatty Potty, Now on Sale
The bathroom posture helper has evolved from novelty item to doctor-supported wellness icon.
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Leon Smith hints Andy Murray may miss out for Great Britain in Davis Cup
• ‘You have to remember this is early days in him coming back’• GB begin revamped tournament against NetherlandsIn the many years that Leon Smith has brought the disparate bits and pieces of British tennis together in a Davis Cup team capable of great things, Andy Murray has been the unchallenged centrepiece of the captain’s strategy. That might not be the case here this week.Smith said on Monday as he prepared for the first match in the revamped 18-team “World Cup Of Tennis” – on Wednesday against the Netherlands, on the smaller Court 3, curiously – the three-slam champion will be in the selection mix alongside Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans. Continue reading...
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Fed's Mester: U.S. monetary policy 'in a good spot'
The current stance of monetary policy is appropriate for the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve should now wait and see how the economy evolves, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said on Monday.
Supreme Court blocks House Democrats' subpoena for Trump's tax returns, for now
The Supreme Court today issued an administrative stay that blocks a subpoena from House Democrats for Donald Trump's tax returns. The block is in effect until both sides can file the necessary legal papers. More at Axios. Read the rest
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Music executive Adam Lublin charged with sexually assaulting a fourth unconscious woman
Panty-swiping music executive Adam Lublin has been charged with the sexual assault of a fourth unconscious woman. Lublin, 43, turned himself in Monday morning to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office on the new raps, marking the third time he has been arrested on sex crimes in two months. “Not guilty,” he said Monday in Manhattan...
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Rare World War II 'escape kits' sold at auction
A rare collection of "escape kits" from World War II POWs that included hidden maps, a pencil with a dagger inside and a shaving razor blade have been sold at auction.
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Nature up close: Salmon, a keystone species in the Pacific Northwest
How a species of fish that spends most all of its life in the ocean has a vital role in a forest ecosystem
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