Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., joins 'The Ingraham Angle' to discuss his stance on non-interventionism
Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., joins 'The Ingraham Angle' to discuss his stance on non-interventionism
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Implementation of a nationwide mask mandate, combined with complementary public health measures, could reduce the coronavirus’ spread to essentially zero and have a potential $1 trillion impact on the U.S. GDP, according to UCLA Fielding School of Public Health researchers. The team’s research “makes clear that even as vaccines are developed and new variants, like […]
An increasing number of freight groups rejected contracts to move goods from France into Britain in the second week of January, while prices rose, according to data that shows the impact of Brexit and COVID-19 on UK trade. Transporeon, a German software company that provides a network for suppliers, retailers, shippers and more than 100,000 logistics service providers, said prices were up 47% compared with the third quarter in 2020. Prices had been up 39% in the first week of January.
Chantilly, VA, Jan. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Associa Community Management Corporation (CMC) announces the recent promotion of Bryant Phillips to HOA division director. Mr. Phillips possesses a vast and diverse knowledge of association management in large scale homeowners’ associations, developing communities, and condominiums. Prior to his property management experience, Mr. Phillips spent 15 years in the hospitality industry. He joined CMC in 2015, at which time he managed a 1,000+ unit HOA community and a 19-story luxury high rise condominium community and master association in Northern Virginia. In both roles, Mr. Phillips oversaw daily operations, managed state-of-the-art amenities, led teams in maintaining the properties to the highest standards, and guaranteed that association rules and regulations were followed. In his new role as HOA division director, Mr. Phillips will continue to ensure that the highest levels of service are being provided to clients. Mr. Phillips also brings with him an exemplary background in industry volunteerism. For the past five years, he has served as the co-chair of CMC’s Community Associations Institute expo planning committee. Since 2016, he has chaired the Associa Cares charity vendor fair, helping to raise money for those affected by man-made and natural disasters. “Bryant is proactive, solution-driven, and customer service-oriented, all of which has made him an extremely valued team member since he joined the CMC family,” stated John Tsitos, CMCA®, PCAM®, CMC president. “His experience and commitment to unparalleled client support significantly benefit the associations and residents that we serve every day. We are excited to see Bryant embrace new responsibilities in this director role.” With more than 200 branch offices across North America, Associa delivers unsurpassed management and lifestyle services to nearly five million residents worldwide. Our 10,000+ team members lead the industry with unrivaled education, expertise and trailblazing innovation. For more than 40 years, Associa has provided solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more, visit www.associaonline.com. Stay Connected: Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/associa Subscribe to the Blog: https://hub.associaonline.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/associa Join us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/associa CONTACT: Ashley Cantwell Associa 214-272-4107 email@example.com
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EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says cancelling the Keystone XL expansion risks a dangerous precedent for other pipelines stretching from Canada to south of the border. “I’m not sure that people involved in this decision in Washington are fully aware that the border-crossing section of the pipeline was built last year as part of construction efforts,” Kenney told a virtual news conference Monday. “If a precedent is created that the United States can unilaterally stop border crossings of pipelines that already exist, then this could be applied to the many other pipelines that provide Canadian energy to U.S. consumers.” Documents seen by The Canadian Press show Joe Biden plans to scrap the Keystone XL expansion on his first day as United States president. He is to be inaugurated Wednesday. Alberta is relying on the line's expansion to get more crude to U.S.-based refineries and ports where it can fetch a better price on world markets. A downturn in oil prices, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, has contributed to major job losses in the province and a budget deficit predicted to hit $21 billion this year. Alberta has invested $1.5 billion directly to TC Energy Corp. for the Keystone project along with contractual commitments of $6 billion more in loan guarantees Kenney said if the project is scrapped, Alberta taxpayers are on the hook for about US$1 billion. He also said his government may pursue damages through the courts, given some of the cross-construction that it helped finance has been completed. Keystone XL has been an on-again, off-again proposition for years. The US$11.5-billion line was approved by Canada in 2010, but blocked in 2015 by then-U. S. president Barack Obama, only to see the construction permit signed in 2017 by Donald Trump after he was elected to the Oval Office. TC Energy Corp. promised Sunday to invest US$1.7 billion on a solar, wind and battery-powered operating system for the pipeline to ensure it achieves net-zero emissions by 2030. The company also said it would rely exclusively on union labour. Kenney said the environmental and economic arguments deserve a hearing from Biden. He noted that after Biden won last November’s election, he talked to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and they promised to discuss energy issues. Kenney wants to see that happen, because Canada is "the most important ally and trading partner of the United States. "The United States government owes Canada the respect to at least sit down with us and talk about this vital project in the broader context.” Biden has been clear in the past about his opposition to Keystone as part of a larger mandate to combat climate change. In May, his campaign said cancelling Keystone would be a priority of his administration. Kenney, saying larger geopolitical issues are at play, noted that the largest amount of U.S. oil imports come from Canada and that the U.S. needs energy security or risks dependence on the whims of autocrats. “Either the United States has access to environmentally responsible energy produced in a close, democratic ally, or it becomes more dependent on foreign oil imports from Venezuela and other OPEC dictatorships,” he said. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 18, 2021. Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - January 18, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Decision Diagnostics Corp. (OTC: DECN) ("Decision Diagnostics") between March 3, 2020 and December 17, 2020. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. To ...
REGINA, N.M. — Saskatchewan is reporting another 290 new cases of COVID-19 as it looks to create TV ads to encourage vaccinations. Health officials say there are 210 people in hospital, with 30 patients receiving intensive care. The province reports four residents, all 60 or older, have also died from the virus. Saskatchewan has the highest rate of active cases per capita in Canada and the regions of Saskatoon, North Battleford, Prince Albert and Regina are where many of the active cases are located. Officials say more than 22,000 vaccine shots have gone into the arms of doctors and nurses working directly with COVID-19 patients, as well as staff and residents in long-term care homes and some seniors. To encourage vaccinations, documents posted on the government's procurement website show the Ministry of Health is shopping for a production company to shoot some TV ads next month. "These spots will be used to raise public awareness about the importance of getting vaccinated," the documents read. Last week, the province's chief medical health officer Dr. Saqib Shahab said he would recommended Premier Scott Moe's Saskatchewan Party government implement stricter public-health restrictions if he keeps seeing 300 or more infections reported daily. The current public health order prohibits household guests, as well as restricts business capacity and worship services. It is set to expire next Friday. "The government and Dr. Shahab are continuously monitoring the case numbers and have not ruled out adjustments before that time," Julie Leggott, Moe's press secretary, said in a statement Monday This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 18, 2020 Stephanie Taylor, The Canadian Press
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Jill Biden is soon to be known as the new First Lady of the US as her husband Joe Biden has secured victory over Donald Trump in the tightest US election race in 20 years. Days before the polls opened, she appeared with Mr Biden for the star-studded 'I Will Vote Concert' which was headlined by Foo Fighters, the Black Eyed Peas, Jon Bon Jovi and Cher. Here's all you need to know about the woman who will soon join Mr Biden in the White House.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 18, 2021 / The Klein Law Firm announces that class action complaints have been filed on behalf of shareholders of the following companies. There is no cost to participate in the suit.
Garth Brooks will perform at Joe Biden's inauguration, along with Justin Timberlake and Jennifer Lopez. "This is not a political statement," he said.
Tennessee has fired football coach Jeremy Pruitt, two assistants and seven members of the Volunteers' recruiting and support staff for cause after an internal investigation found what the university chancellor called ''serious violations of NCAA rules.''
Lawyers argue party went against ‘legitimate and final decision’ of its ruling body
No matter what Trump does now, his past four years have left a mark on immigration, the federal bench and the nation's raging political divisions.
Light snow fell across southeast Michigan on Sunday, January 17, with the wintry weather continuing on Monday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).Matt Malone said this slow-motion footage shows snow falling as he walked along the Michigan Air Line Trail in Wixom on Sunday.The NWS said snow flurries were forecast to form off Lake Michigan and move across southeast Michigan on Monday afternoon and evening. Credit: Matt Malone via Storyful
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OTTAWA — Dozens of people say Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet has blocked them on Twitter after they criticized his statements about Transport Minister Omar Alghabra. Richard Moon, a law professor at the University of Windsor, says it is credible to claim that Blanchet infringed the charter-guaranteed right to freedom of expression of those who can no longer see or comment on his tweets. Moon says politicians use their Twitter accounts as a public political platform, so excluding someone from responding to what they say there over their political views could be a restriction on that right. Duff Conacher, co-founder of Democracy Watch, says Blanchet's Twitter account is a public communication channel and he cannot decide arbitrarily to not allow voters to communicate with him there. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson faced a lawsuit in 2018 from local activists he had blocked on Twitter; the court action was dropped after Watson conceded his account is public and unblocked everyone he had blocked. Blanchet has been a subject of criticism since last week after his party claimed a link between Alghabra and what a Bloc news release called "the political Islamic movement." This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 18, 2020 ——— This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Facebook and Canadian Press News Fellowship. The Canadian Press
An FBI warning of possible armed protests at the U.S. Capitol and state capitol buildings across the nation have put the nation on edge.