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    New York : Gloria Trevi. Photo: Rodrigo Varela. / . The 33rd edition of Lo Nuestro Award had a peak when the singer appeared on stage Gloria Trevi singing “Free hair”And making it clear that she is still an icon, just as she was in the beginning but much more beautiful over the years. The television network Univision Together with the awards committee, they gave a deserved recognition to the Mexican singer for her great professional career. The award was given to him by the singer and personal friend of Fountain, Yuri. The artist thanked God, her children and made mention of the youngest of them, who is protected after testing positive for COVID-19. This presentation was made next to the diva Ivy Queen. Later, the singer sang along with The blue Angels and, on this occasion, her dress was very tight to the body...
    New York : Salma Hayek and François-Henri Pinault. Photo: Neilson Barnard. / Grosby Group Salma Hayek She is aware that, at first glance, she and her husband – considered one of the most desirable stars in Hollywood – can be a somewhat strange couple. For that same reason, gossips have always claimed that the actress noticed the French businessman François-Henri Pinault – owner of a luxury brand empire – for his immense fortune and no assumption about him is more offensive than that. “Let’s see, in the photographs you can’t even begin to get an idea of ​​how incredible it is. It has made me become a better person, and it has helped me grow in a very healthy, very positive way. At first, everyone said that ours was a marriage of convenience, and that I had married for money. I don’t care if they...
    New York : Cardi B. Photo: Jon Kopaloff / . The rapper Cardi B, who is still on the entertainment news table and reaping hit after hit and even more so now that he released his latest single “Up” in which he leaves kissing with some of his dancers. We tell you that your Instagram burned again when posting a video that left little to the imagination. It was a tight-fitting brown skirt with slits down the sides that made it clear she wasn’t wearing any underwear. Through the gaps it was also possible to perceive his immense and colorful tattoos. Obviously, her rear guard and hips stood out and the fans raved about in compliments towards the singer. There is no doubt that the wife of Offset She knows very well how to attract attention, either with her music, with her reality show or...
    Sen. Bill CassidyBill CassidyNorth Carolina GOP condemns Burr for impeachment vote against Trump Toomey on Trump vote: 'His betrayal of the Constitution' required conviction Collins: Trump 'incited an insurrection' to prevent transfer of power MORE (R-La.) on Sunday discussed his decision to join six other GOP colleagues in voting to impeach former President TrumpDonald TrumpBiden on Trump acquittal: 'Substance of the charge is not in dispute' North Carolina GOP condemns Burr for impeachment vote against Trump Toomey on Trump vote: 'His betrayal of the Constitution' required conviction MORE, making it the most bipartisan impeachment vote in U.S. history. Appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” Cassidy explained to host George StephanopoulosGeorge Robert StephanopoulosLawmakers lay blame on Trump over riot as second impeachment trial looms GOP senator: Trump impeachment a 'meaningless messaging partisan exercise' Buttigieg says 'time is of the essence' on stimulus bill MORE that his decision came down to his belief...
    NBA : Eurohoops team / info@eurohoops.net The Unicaja from Fotis Katsikaris was about to surprise the Copa del Rey eliminating Barça, but finally the extension fell on the Barça side. However, from the point of view of the Greek coach, who appeared at the press conference after his colleague Sarunas Jasikevicus, they should not have reached the extra five minutes since they deserved to win the game in regulation time: “Coming to the last quarter, when Barça has gone eight up, it is one of the things that I keep from this game, from this group. It’s my sixth game with them. These potholes that we cannot manage, we lose confidence… For which I am very proud. I believe in this team and we took a giant step forward, “said Katsikaris, proud of his team’s final reaction until the match was tied. “We have found the strength. We have quality,...
    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Thursday that it is “crystal clear” to everyone involved that former President Donald Trump will not be convicted in his Senate impeachment trial. “I think the end result of this impeachment trial is crystal clear to everybody … Donald Trump will be acquitted,” Cruz predicted Thursday. “And every person in the senate chamber understands there are not the votes to convict him.” Cruz made the comment after House impeachment managers completed their presentation arguing for Trump to be convicted of “inciting an insurrection” leading up to the Capitol Hill siege last month that resulted in several deaths. Cruz’s Republican colleague Sen. Lindsey Graham agreed that Trump would be acquitted and said he has told the president he has nothing to worry about. “I think his team will do better, can do better,” Graham said to reporters. “I reinforced to the president the case is...
    Eddie Jordan was the owner of the Jordan Grand Prix team that competed in F1 from 1991 up until 2004. The team itself wasn’t the best on the grid at any point. However, they did surprise everyone in the debut year when they finished fifth in the Constructors’ Championship. From 1995 to 1999, Jordan’s F1 team achieved quite impressive results. Moreover, the Irish team employed quite a remarkable set of drivers. Apart from launching the career of Michael Schumacher, it also employed the likes of his brother Ralf, 1996 championship winner Damon Hill, and future Ferrari drivers like Rubens Barrichello and Eddie Irvine. Jordan himself had quite the personality and brought a lighter atmosphere in the paddock. But after a decade of punching above their weight, the results slumped and financial problems forced Eddie to sell his team to the mid-lands group in 2005. Team boss Eddie Jordan keeps a...
    A liberated Dr. Anthony Fauci made it clear Thursday he's happy to be working for President Joe Biden, taking a few pot shots at what it was like operating under Donald Trump.  Fauci appeared in the White House press briefing room for the first time since this spring and, in several jaw-dropping comments, revealed his true feelings on Trump. He didn't mention the former president by name but he was clear about the differences of work life in the Biden administration versus that under Trump's.   'One of the new things in this administration is: if you don't know the answer, don't guess. Just say you don't know the answer,' he said, comparing his 24 hours working for Biden compared to his months of counseling Trump on the coronavirus pandemic. 'One of the things that was very clear as recently as about 15 minutes ago, when I was with the president,...
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer made it clear that he will move forward with the impeachment of President Donald Trump in a Tuesday speech, just one day before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. In a floor speech, Schumer called Trump’s presidency the most “chaotic and divisive president that can ever be remembered.” He also mentioned three issues he hopes the Senate will tackle in the coming weeks: “a second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, the confirmation of president Biden’s cabinet and other key officials, and legislation to provide much needed, almost desperately needed COVID-relief. ” “We will conduct and complete a trial of Donald Trump for citing an insurrection against the United States,” Schumer said. “After what he has done, the consequences of which we were all witness to, Donald Trump should not be eligible to run for office ever again” “Let me be clear,” Schumer continued. “There will...
    While supporters of Donald Trump continue to claim that their deadly attempt to overthrow the United States government was “peaceful” more details are emerging that detail the waves of violence, hate, and sedition that rolled over the nation’s capital on January 6. Police are recounting pitched battles that took place at various locations around the capital. In those battles, Trump supporters sprayed police with chemical agents, battered them with iron pipes, even beat them with flag poles … all the while the crowd was waving “thin blue line” flags. Hampered by poor planning, isolated in locations ranging from the top of the Capitol steps to tunnels beneath the building, small groups of police from two different forces were often unable to communicate with each other, unaware of what was going on in other locations, and absolutely convinced they were the last barrier between raging insurrectionists and the mass murder of Congressmembers. Meanwhile,...
    The San Deigo Padres are making it clear they’re gunning for a World Series in 2021 by acquiring Blake Snell.  Since there hadn’t been much baseball offseason action, the San Diego Padres decided they were going to cook on the hot stove no one was using. In doing so, the Padres pulled off a deal that lands them Cy Young winner Blake Snell, acquiring him from the Tampa Bay Rays in a stunning trade. Jeff Passan from ESPN was the one who broke the news of the deal. BREAKING: The San Diego Padres are finalizing a trade to acquire former Cy Young winner Blake Snell from the Tampa Bay Rays for prospects. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) December 28, 2020 According to Passan, the Padres will be shipping a package of prospects back to the Rays that includes prized catcher Francisco Mejia. “The prospective deal that would send Blake Snell...
    NBA commissioner Adam Silver came out and said there’s no data to back the idea that league ratings were down due to an increase in social justice messages.  The 2019-20 NBA campaign turned out to be a memorable one, with the Los Angeles Lakers ending things with an NBA Finals victory. Another title for LeBron James, his first with Los Angeles? You better believe it. As great as that was to see, much was made because the NBA’s ratings were down this year. Countless folks out there claimed it was because of the Black Lives Matter movement the league participated in across the board. However, that simply was not the case. Commissioner Adam Silver said there’s absolutely no data whatsoever to back up those claims. The Black Lives Matter support had no impact on the NBA ratings taking a bit of a dive this past seasonIn an exclusive interview with Bomani...
    It may have taken major media organizations until 4 days after the election before they made their call, but it had been certain since the early morning hours following the election that Joe Biden was going to become the next president. Even that prolonged waiting period seemed to come with a recognition that, when AP and the networks finally called it, Donald Trump was going to throw an epic tantrum. And so they delayed … and delayed … long after the outcome was immediately obvious to the most casual observer. Then, of course, Trump did move into his big nuh uh phase, with congressional Republican gathering round to guard his snowflakey feelings. Plus they send a team of the nation’s greatest hack attorney’s on a quest: A quest to lose more cases in less time than any group in history. And they did it. They so, so did it. The votes are counted. The court cases are over....
    Let’s Read – Rafael Spregelburd Playwright, translator and theater director, Rafael Spregelburd It also has the particularity that his face is known, since, as an actor, we have seen him stand out, among many others, in The man next door (Duprat and Cohn), Extraordinary stories Y The flower (Mariano Llinás), Zama (Lucrecia Martel). Prolific author, his works have been premiered in London, Paris, Mexico, Rome and Montevideo (to select some cities) and translated into English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Czech, Russian, Greek, Slovak, Catalan, Dutch , Croatian, Turkish and Swedish. Cultist of edges and the intersection between arts and ideas, many of his works problematize those materials of his: those of the theater, those of ideas, and the performative. Invited to the cycle Let’s Read Experience, Rafael Spregelburd talked about The end of health, a delusional comedy that is part of a larger set of...
    For those that went to bed around midnight, things may have looked quite bleak. Donald Trump was leading across the same Rust Belt states he took in 2016, and promising Joe Biden leads in states like Ohio had melted after Election Day votes were tallied. Other than Fox’s early award of Arizona to Biden—a prediction that had Trump spitting fire—everything was starting to seem like a repetition of a familiar nightmare. Late in the evening, Biden appeared to counsel patience. Then Trump showed up to claim he was ahead, so would everyone just stop counting ballots. Biden’s advice was good. Anyone who managed a few hours sleep woke to a situation that was beginning to reflect the weight of the early votes and mail in ballots. Biden has taken the lead in Wisconsin, I has won Arizona, and it seems possible that Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia could all slide into Biden’s...
    Mediaite founder and ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams said on his SiriusXM show Monday that “it now seems clear that the president and his allies are preparing a strategy to cheat.” “In one case, they’re already executing on that strategy. In other cases, the president is preparing for it,” he said. Abrams brought up the report from Axios that said President Donald Trump “has told confidants he’ll declare victory on Tuesday night if it looks like he’s ‘ahead'” even before full results come in. “I don’t care if you support Trump or if you support Biden, you should be offended by the idea that maybe your vote won’t count,” he said. “This is the equivalent of two teams in a baseball game — you finish in the top of the ninth inning, and the visiting team says, ‘That’s it, it’s over… We’re ahead 6-5. And it’s just...
    ExxonMobil have clarified they did not have a call with President Trump where they gave campaign donations in exchange for favorable policies. Trump spoke at a rally on Monday in Arizona where he called himself the 'greatest fundraiser in history' and said he could raise a billion dollars through bribery. The President name-checked ExxonMobil, saying he could hypothetically ask them for $25million in exchange for 'permits' if he wanted to.  He said: 'All I have to do is call up the head of every Wall Street firm, the head of every major company, the head of every major energy company. "Do me a favor, send me $10million for my campaign." "Yes sir." They say, "The only thing is, why didn't you ask for more, sir?" ExxonMobil have clarified they did not have a call with President Trump where they gave campaign donations in exchange for favorable policies  Trump...
    Sen. Kamala Harris grilled Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on her views about a woman's right to obtain a legal abortion. Harris, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, began her inquiry on the second day of confirmation hearings by alluding to Barrett's recent praise for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who she said opened the door for many women in the legal industry. "One of the things [Ginsburg] fought for was a woman’s right to control her own body and to make decisions about her own body and healthcare and reproductive choices," Harris said. "The Constitution of the United States protects a woman’s right to choose whether or when to become a parent, and it protects a woman's right to choose abortion." Harris pointed to several advertisements Barrett had signed in the past expressing her anti-abortion sentiments. She also pointed to President Trump's campaign promise to appoint judges...
    On the day that Colorado banjoist Jayme Stone found out about the death of his 42-year-old brother Michael Stone, he started writing about it, trying to make sense of what was happening. Michael, who lived in British Columbia, was a well-known teacher of yoga and Buddhism, which influenced how Jayme approached the poetry, journal entries and lyrics he began to draft. One of the first things he wrote in his journal was the word "AWake," thinking about "the idea of what someone leaves in their wake and what it means to be awake to your own life," he says. It would eventually become the title of his latest album, AWake, which came out in late August. "I was just really in a grieving process and just trying to make sense of things," Stone recalls. "And it was very clear that I was going to write about this, and...
    On July 28, Attorney General William Barr appeared before the House Judiciary Committee. During a half-day of questioning in which Barr was repeatedly evasive or purposely intended to misunderstand questions, there was one answer he provided which was absolutely clear. When Florida Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell asked Barr to commit that the conspiracy theory-based report being prepared by John Durham would not be released before the November election, Barr’s answer could not have been briefer. “No,” he said. Barr has made it absolutely clear that he does intend to deliver an October surprise. Ever since he stepped back onto the national stage by purposely distorting the results of the Mueller investigation, Trump’s new Roy Cohn has been engaged in politicizing the DOJ and turning the department into an wing of Trump’s reelection campaign. One of his first acts was drafting U.S. Attorney John "Bull" Durham to begin a round-the-world quest into claims Trump...
    Hong Kong (CNN)When a United States guided missile destroyer sailed through the Taiwan Strait on Sunday, it marked the second such transit in less than two weeks -- and among the clearest signals yet of Washington's willingness to stand up for Taiwan in the face of Chinese aggression. On Monday, the US went further still, taking the cover off previously classified commitments it made to Taiwan during the Reagan administration. Known as the Six Assurances, they spell out how US arms sales and diplomatic support to Taipei will move forward without regard to pressure from Beijing.Though the US has remained a decades-long ally of Taiwan following the island's split from mainland China in the wake of a civil war, policymakers in Washington have traditionally refrained from overt displays of support.China continues to view the self-governing democracy of almost 24 million people as an inseparable part of its territory, and has...
    Alex Henderson August 23, 2020 6:59PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. The four-night 2020 Democratic National Convention came to a conclusion on Thursday night, August 20 when former Vice President Joe Biden gave his speech and told millions of Americans why he is determined to unseat President Donald Trump on Tuesday, November 3. Biden is no longer merely the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee; his nomination is now official — and the Trump campaign's attacks on Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris of California, will only become uglier between now and Election Day. Four Daily Beast reporters (Sam Stein, Jackie Kucinich, Hanna Trudo and Scott Bixby) analyze Biden's speech in an article published on August 21, and their take is that Biden's speech made it abundantly clear that he means business. The article's headline puts it this way: "Joe Biden Wants You to Know He's Not Fucking...
    The four-night 2020 Democratic National Convention came to a conclusion on Thursday night, August 20 when former Vice President Joe Biden gave his speech and told millions of Americans why he is determined to unseat President Donald Trump on Tuesday, November 3. Biden is no longer merely the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee; his nomination is now official — and the Trump campaign’s attacks on Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris of California, will only become uglier between now and Election Day. Four Daily Beast reporters (Sam Stein, Jackie Kucinich, Hanna Trudo and Scott Bixby) analyze Biden’s speech in an article published on August 21, and their take is that Biden’s speech made it abundantly clear that he means business. The article’s headline puts it this way: “Joe Biden Wants You to Know He’s Not Fucking Around.” And the Beast reporters describe the highlights of his speech, which focused...
    An attorney praised a judge for putting the brakes on the Philadelphia Art Commission's plan to remove a statue of Christopher Columbus from Marconi Plaza, where heated demonstrations have taken place in favor of and against the monument in the wake of George Floyd's death. Attorney George Bochetto represents a group of South Philadelphia residents fighting to keep the statue in place, and he told the Philadelphia Inquirer that Judge Paula Patrick — who issued a temporary stay — made it "crystal clear that she will not tolerate mob rule or kangaroo tactics." Bochetto added to the paper that the judge's stay is "not just a victory for the Columbus Statue, [but] a victory for civilized society." What's the background?In June, about 100 people — some of them carrying bats, golf clubs, sticks, and even guns — decided to protect the Columbus statue from...
    In his Tuesday hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Attorney General William Barr made plenty of statements that justifiably raised eyebrows—among them his refusal to acknowledge a direct threat against a federal judge, his lack of concern for Donald Trump’s pardoning people directly involved in his campaign, and his smug willingness to overlook any evidence, no matter how obvious, against Trump or anyone close to Trump. Barr’s entire appearance was simply dripping with disdain for the entire legal process, Congress, and plain old decency. So it’s not surprising that among the statements made by Barr, one threat got little attention. Not only did Barr make it clear that he intends to lob an “October surprise” into the election works, he added in a signal that he’s going full QAnon by adding not-at-all-disguised reference to Pizzagate in the mix. Sometime in the final weeks of the campaign, Barr fully intends to fulfill...
    A popular beauty brand has taken the concept of no-makeup makeup to the next level by launching a clear, no-pigment foundation that promises to leave you with a perfect complexion, without the use of any color.  Released by Becca as part of its new genderless Becca Zero collection, the $36 No Pigment Virtual Foundation relies on Clear Light Blur Technology to 'manipulate light for a smoothed out, blurred out, virtually invisible finish', effectively eradicating imperfections, without covering up the skin in any way.  The foundation, which is the first of its kind and is intended to be used by people of all genders, combines skincare with makeup, with Becca claiming that the formula will both nourish the complexion and leave it looking perfectly smoothed out.  As if by magic! A new clear, no-pigment foundation has taken the beauty industry by storm No-makeup makeup: Becca's $36 No Pigment Virtual Foundation...
    Meaghan Ellis July 21, 2020 0 Comments Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is suggesting President Donald Trump may have been blackmailed into commuting Roger Stone’s prison sentence. During an interview with MSNBC’s Joy Reid, Clinton weighed in on the commutation, as she admitted that it looks “pretty clear” the president was “threatened” by Stone in private and in public. “Well, I think it’s pretty clear that Stone threatened him,” Clinton said on Monday evening. “He probably threatened him privately, but he also threatened him publicly about what he would say if he had to go to prison.” The former Democratic presidential nominee went on to note that the commutation appears to be a “continuation of the cover-up” stemming from the 2016 general election. “This is a continuation of the cover-up,” she said.See Clinton’s remarks below: She later added, “So, what [the president] did was to use the awesome...
    Sushmita Sen’s brother Rajeev Sen has been grabbing a lot of headlines these days and the reason behind the same is his personal life. Reports have been doing rounds that all is not well between him and his wife Charu Asopa. However, there has been no official confirmation about it yet. Amid this, just a day back, it was reported by ETimes TV that Rajeev is all set to be part of Salman Khan’s reality show, Bigg Boss 14. The report further stated that Sen wants to appear solo on the show and the talking is in the initial stage. It also mentioned that he was approached for the previous season of Bigg Boss as well. But looks like all of this is untrue. Bigg Boss 14 Confirmed To Return In September, Nia Sharma, Vivian Dsena, Adhyayan Suman To Enter Salman Khan’s Reality Show? As Rajeev took to his Instagram...
    SNLs Colin Jost surfs in the Hamptons, plus Lady Gaga, Kate Upton, more Nearly half of American adults are now unemployed Bill Belichick Never Tipped His Post-Brady Plan. Now It’s Clear. When Derek Jeter retired after the 2014 season, the Yankees did not have an obvious internal candidate to replace him, and that was not a problem. They believed, and so did their fans, that the team’s next shortstop, no matter what, would be a good one, and he was: Didi Gregorius, acquired in a trade, blossomed into a dynamic all-around player during five seasons in pinstripes after an inauspicious start. © Elise Amendola/Associated Press With Tom Brady gone after 20 seasons in New England, Bill Belichick will try to squeeze a 12th consecutive division title from a team with Cam Newton as its quarterback. Some professional sports franchises, because of their prestige and success, tend to engender a...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Sephora Good Genes by Sunday Riley gives the illusion of having naturally clear, glowing skin for the cool price of $85 (available at Sephora, Amazon, and Dermstore) for a single ounce.  The secret ingredient is lactic acid, a powerful exfoliant that can make skin smooth, bright, and even.  Despite having heard rave reviews about Good Genes for years, it was still a shock to see how quickly my skin began to improve, immediately cementing its spot in my routine. Those with sensitive skin may have adverse reactions to such a high percentage of lactic acid, but it can be used alternatively as a mask. Sign up for Insider Review's weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals. On This Page About Sunday Riley What makes...
    It seems as if it happened ages ago, but you may recall that at the beginning of the year the United States came very close to going to war with Iran. There had been a number of skirmishes over the previous months and Iran’s proxies had been lobbing rocket attacks at bases in Iraq, none of which was particularly unusual. But after an American contractor named Nawres Waleed Hamid was killed in one of those attacks, the Trump administration decided to retaliate by assassinating Iran’s most illustrious military leader, Gen. Qassem Soleimani. It was an extreme provocation and only the surprising forbearance of the Iranian leadership prevented the region from being plunged into war. After some very tense days in both countries, the crisis passed and we immediately turned our attention to President Trump’s impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate. At the time, Trump was reported to have been so upset by the death of this American...
    We can has warned this Thursday in the plenary session of Congress that you don’t intend to give up pushing a tax on big fortunes, Despite not including it among their reconstruction proposals registered this Wednesday: “Let it be clear to everyone,” stressed the spokesman for En Comu Podem, Jaume Asens. During his intervention in the debate on the validation of the decree law approved by the Government to regulate the regulatory framework once the state of alarm due to the coronavirus crisis has ended, Asens said that, once the measures of the “social shield” were concluded, in the reconstruction phase measures such as the already approved minimum vital income, “shielding” are “essential” public health, “but also the solidarity tax on great fortunes.” “We are not going to give up that tax Because, without it, we can hardly sustain the social policies that we need to promote in this new...
    A PHOTO of a creature swimming in Loch Ness has sparked fresh debate on whether a monster roams its waters. Some people think the image shows a catfish that has jumped into the loch but others say the snap is fake. 8This is the image that's causing so much debateCredit: Cover Images A man called Steve Challice, from Southampton, said he took the photo while on holiday in Scotland. Last September, he claims to have been at Castle Urquhart on the West bank of Loch Ness when he saw the ripple in the water. However he's not claiming to have witnessed the Loch Ness Monster. He said: "“In my opinion (and I'm no expert) I think it's a large fish that got into the Loch from the sea. 8Some people think it shows a large catfishCredit: Cover Images "As to what it is personally, I think it's a cat...
    An artificial intelligence-powered tool that transforms pixelated images into clear photos has been accused of racial bias. Called Face Depixelizer, the tool was released on Twitter for users to test, who found the technology is unable to process Black faces properly. The tool transformed a pixelated image of Barack Obama into a a white man and other examples included Representative Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez and actress Lucy Liu - all of which were reconstructed to look white. The Face Depixelizer is based on an AI tool developed by a team at Duke University, which uses a method called PULSE that searches through AI-generated images of high-resolution faces to match ones that look similar to the input image when compressed to the same size. Scroll down for video  An artificial intelligence-powered tool that transforms pixelated images into clear photos has been accused of racial bias. It transformed a pixelated image of Barack Obama...
    Law enforcement officials in Flint, Michigan, are looking to talk to two men after an attack was caught on camera earlier this week at a Macy’s store in which a man attacks a Macy’s employee, claiming that the employee called him the “n-word.” The video, which is violent and contains graphic language, does not show that the employee used any racial slurs but does appear to show the other man repeatedly striking him while he was on the floor. “Damire Palmer, 18, of Mount Morris and Damarquay Palmer, 22, of Flint Township have been identified by police as the two suspects involved,” WNEM TV5 reported. “Police say they learned that an employee of the store was assaulted by a male who fled the scene with a second individual after the assault. The store surveillance video confirmed the assault against the employee. Investigators also learned that the assault was recorded by...
    (CNN)A spokesperson for the US Park Police said Friday afternoon that the department had made a mistake by denying use of tear gas to clear peaceful protesters from a public park outside the White House earlier this week. Not long after, the department's acting chief once again denied using tear gas.Sgt. Eduardo Delgado, a spokesperson for the Park Police, told CNN on Friday he now realized the department could have called the pepper balls it used "tear gas," reiterating what he had first told Vox, that it was a "mistake" to say the force hadn't used tear gas on Monday."The point is we admitted to using what we used," Delgado first told Vox. "I think the term 'tear gas' doesn't even matter anymore. It was a mistake on our part for using 'tear gas' because we just assumed people would think CS or CN."CS and CN are two substances widely...
    Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Thursday that it was offensive for police to disperse protesters in Washington, D.C.’s Lafayette Square so President Trump could have a "photo op" on Monday. Ridge told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that he disagrees “with the notion that you would try to part peaceful protesters in front of the White House to go in front of the historic church in Washington, D.C., for a political photo op.” “I found that personally offensive, but so be it, that’s just my opinion,” he continued. Democratic leaders, including Hillary Clinton, presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, seized on reports that Park Police used tear gas against protesters in D.C.’s Lafayette Square before President Trump walked through the area to visit St. John's Church, but officials said neither the police nor any other law enforcement agency used the chemical. Park Police did acknowledge using smoke canisters and pepper balls on the protesters, which are sometimes more broadly defined as tear gas....
    The Trump White House – and the Trump campaign – are desperately claiming rubber bullets and tear gas were not used to clear what by all accounts were peaceful protestors from Lafayette Park and St. John’s Church on Monday. The attack on the protestors took place just before President Donald Trump walked over for his now-infamous Bible-holding photo-op. “No tear gas was used and no rubber bullets were used,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Wednesday afternoon in the latest round of falsehoods from the administration. When pressed by CNN’s Jim Acosta, McEnany, as she often does, repeated the exact same line: “No tear gas was used and no rubber bullets were used.” Acosta detailed several personal accounts of people who were victims of the tear gas and rubber bullets, including an Episcopal priest. “Chemical agents were used,” Acosta pressed. “No one was tear gassed, let me make that clear,” McEnany...
    Former NBA player Royce White called out NBA and NFL owners Tuesday, saying that it is clear that black lives don't matter to them. "I want people to consider, who it is that influences their politicians, who it is that influences their local communities, who is it that influences their local tax dollars," White said while appearing on CNN. "These are your NBA owners, your NFL owners. These are your corporate oligarchs; these are the one percent of one percent and it's become very clear that black lives do not matter to them." Former NBA player and Minneapolis native Royce White (@Highway_30) has been leading his city in peaceful protests following the death of George Floyd."If Donald Trump continues to threaten us with the military, this will escalate. We are tired of tyranny." pic.twitter.com/6hqgzq2Bkb— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) June 2, 2020 White's comments come as several states have seen protesters gather...
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