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    THE VIEW host Whoopi Goldberg has ripped into her co-host Sunny Hostin during a heated exchanged on live TV. She shouted "let her finish!" as Sunny interrupted Alyssa Farah Griffin. 5Whoopi Goldberg shouted at Sunny Hostin to 'let her finish!' as she interrupted Alyssa Farah GriffinCredit: ABC 5Sunny let Alyssa talk, but the host later got interrupted againCredit: ABC On Thursday's show, the View panel talked about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new Netflix series. Joy Behar spoke up first and brought up the fact that his mother, Princess Diana, was hounded by the paparazzi, so he should know how it is. Sara Haines and Sunny both chimed in with their opinions and then Sunny further expanded on her thoughts. Alyssa finally spoke up and said that she liked how the documentary highlighted the race issues, classism, and paparazzi culture. READ MORE THE VIEWHAINES' PAIN The View's Sara stutters 'sorry' after A-list guest corrects her major mistakeBEHAVE, BEHAR! The View’s Whoopi gets fed up & screams at Joy in strained moment "But on the flip...
    Speaking with CNN’s Jim Acosta on Saturday, Democrat pundit and strategist James Carville said in response to GOP criticism of President Joe Biden‘s prisoner exchange deal that no one in their “right mind” believes this would be the reaction were Brittney Griner a blonde White woman, and added that “most” people angered by it are also anti-Ukraine and pro-Vladimir Putin. And he tossed a dig at Israel into the rant about racism, for whatever reason may have been motivating him. Acosta played a clip of Republican criticism about giving Russia the international arms dealer known as the Merchant of Death, Viktor Bout, and asked Carville for his “reaction to that.” “There are some people who legitimately say that prisoner exchanges just encourage more hostage-taking. I forty percent agree with them. But that’s a legitimate policy position,” said Carville. “Does anyone in their right mind think that if Brittney was a blond Chi Omega from SMU that the reaction would have been the same? Of course not!” Carville then went into his unprompted aside about Israel. “And by the way, the...
    WNBA star Brittney Griner is now free, but her liberation came at the cost of unleashing a notorious Russian arms dealer named Viktor Bout, who had been penned up in a federal penitentiary in Illinois. An allegedly ruthless and shrewd weapons merchant, Bout's ferociousness in the black market arena across Eastern Europe into Africa and the Middle East earned him monikers such as the "Merchant of Death" and "Sanctions Buster" and purportedly inspired the Nicolas Cage film Lord of War. ‘MERCHANT OF DEATH’: WHO IS VIKTOR BOUT, THE ARMS DEALER BIDEN OFFERED RUSSIA IN PRISONER SWAP? "After months of being unjustly detained in Russia, held under intolerable circumstances, Brittney will soon be back in the arms of her loved ones, and she should have been there all along," President Joe Biden announced Thursday morning. Griner had been in Russian custody after authorities discovered cannabis oil vape cartridges in her luggage back in February. The women's basketball star was then sentenced to over nine years behind bars back in August for drug-related charges. The Biden administration had been...
    House Finance Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters allegedly told Democrats she doesn't plan to subpoena disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried.  In a private meeting with Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler on Tuesday, Waters informed members of her decision not to force Bankman-Fried to testify about the catastrophic and rapid failure of his crypto empire, sources familiar with the matter told CNBC.  The sources claim Waters wants committee members to convince the 30-year-old to accept her invitation to testify voluntarily at a hearing over FTX's failings next Tuesday.  Waters has denied the allegations about wanting to avoid a subpoena and said she would issue one if necessary.   'Lies are circulating @CNBC that I am not willing to subpoena @SBF_FTX,' Waters said in a statement.  'He has been requested to testify at the December 13th hearing. A subpoena is definitely on the table. Stay tuned.'  The former cryptocurrency golden boy is facing intense scrutiny over the collapse of FTX and has since hired high-profile white-collar defense attorney Mark S. Cohen to represent him.  House Finance Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters (pictured) allegedly...
    The View co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin sniped at co-host Ana Navarro on Monday for interrupting her in what was a tense exchange on the popular daytime talk show. During a discussion about whether “toxic femininity” is hurting women, Griffin said: I think it is real though. We’ve come a long way in kind of critiquing some of the male practices that are not helpful and that needed to be called out. And I think that women have made a ton of progress, but we can also be each other’s worst enemies. It’s still the case, and I hate to say it. Some of the worst bosses I’ve had have been women, and sometimes colleagues in the workplace who are women. And I always think of the Madeleine Albright quote… “That’s what happens when you work with Kellyanne Conway,” interjected Navarro — referring to the Senior Counselor to the President during the Trump administration, where Griffin served in numerous roles including as White House Communications Director. Griffin fired back at Navarro — arguing that her co-host’s interruption proved the very point...
    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury got into a heated sideline exchange in Thursday's win over the New Orleans Saints, although both downplayed played the altercation with reporters during post-game press conferences. 'We're good,' Murray said. Thursday Night Football viewers could be forgiven for thinking otherwise, particularly after announcer Al Michaels said Murray was 'barking' at Kingsbury.  The former Heisman Trophy winner was seen hollering at Kingsbury to 'calm the f*** down' twice after the Cardinals Coach called a panicked timeout in the second quarter of the 42-34 victory. 'The clock was running down and we couldn't have got off the play that we were trying to run,' Murray told reporters. 'So, it was, I guess it's my fault. I'll take it.' Kyler was heated pic.twitter.com/1Mk5jSVCF3— alex (@highlghtheaven) October 21, 2022 Kyler Murray was 'barking' at Kingsbury, according to Thursday Night Football's Al Michaels Kyler Murray told reporters afterwards that he and coach Kliff Kingsbury are on good terms  The two continued arguing during the timeout until Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins stepped in to calm the...
    Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo got emotional speaking about what she experienced on 9/11 and in the immediate aftermath of the terror attacks. Bartiromo joined Fox & Friends on Sunday as the show covered the 21st anniversary memorial ceremony at the site of the World Trade Center. The Sunday Morning Futures anchor went into great detail as she described watching the attacks happen from Wall Street, then what she saw a week later when the New York Stock Exchange finally re-opened afterwards. On September 17th, when I was on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, we were all still in shock. We looked up at that podium, and it was the firefighters, and it was the NYPD, and it was the first responders, and it was the mayor, and the governor, and the senators and the congressmen. And we all looked at each other, I looked up, everybody on the floor was looking up, and we were still in shock. We were in such mourning. We lost our friends. We lost our family. We could not believe what just...
    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced it will add Wi-Fi to all 191 above ground stations and 21 Staten Island railways stations in the next 10 years, but the free internet connection will cost New Yorkers' their privacy. MTA is working with Transit Wireless, a New York-based communications infrastructure company, which is flipping the bill for the $600 million project and will mine data from users who connect to the service. The firm has not clarified what data will be collected. DailyMail.com has contacted Transit Wireless for more information on the matter.  Transit Wireless, which describes itself as 'one of the largest data-driven captive audience platforms,' has already unleashed Wi-Fi to 281 underground subways. Although trading privacy for Wi-Fi is part of the deal, many New Yorkers are still thrilled over getting the service - many criticize the MTA for waiting as long as it has to provide them with access and are frustrated it will take another 10 years.  The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is working with Transit Wireless to provide Wi-Fi service to the 191 above-ground subway stations The MTA...
    US Olympic alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin is refusing to do any more interviews at the Beijing Games after she burst into tears in an interview with NBC following a disappointing disqualification on Wednesday.  Considered one of Team USA's top medal contenders, Shiffrin has now been disqualified twice for early mistakes in the slalom and giant slalom — events she won at the 2014 and 2018 Games, respectively. Without calling out NBC, which has faced criticism for their coverage of Shiffrin, a Team USA spokesperson told media that the decorated skier is done with media for the time being.  'Mikaela (nor her mother/coach Eileen) will not be doing any media for the foreseeable future,' read the statement. 'Thank you for respecting her/their space right now.'   She is still expected to race in Friday's Super-G.  Mikaela Shiffrin (pictured) is refusing to do any more interviews at the Beijing Games after her tearful exchange with NBC following a disappointing disqualification on Wednesday A visibly shaken Mikaela Shiffrin struggled to explain her second shocking exit from an Olympic alpine skiing race this week,...
    Maria Bartiromo was on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange the morning of September 11, 2001. Twenty years later, the Fox News and Fox Business anchor reflected on that day, and what it was like covering the terror attacks that struck just blocks away from her Wall Street office. “This weekend we will mark 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on our country. I got to work before 7 a.m. that day to my office at the New York Stock Exchange, as I had done every day for many years working at another network from the New York Stock Exchange trading floor,” said Bartiromo to open the segment on Mornings With Maria on Fox Business Friday. “On that day, Sept. 11, 2001 by 10 a.m. I was on my feet outside on Wall Street. I stood at corner of Wall Street and Broadway, watching just a few blocks from the carnage.” During 9/11, Bartiromo was a reporter for CNBC. A soundbite played showing her standing on the floor of the NYSE and saying, “I just came back from outside and I am covered with soot. Basically, I was...
    Senator Rand Paul has said he is writing to the Justice Department seeking 'a criminal referral' for Dr Anthony Fauci, accusing the nation's top public health official of having lied to Congress. Paul, a libertarian Republican who has frequently sparred with Fauci, engaged in a blazing row with the health official on Tuesday. Both men ended up calling the other a liar in a remarkable exchange during a Senate hearing. On Tuesday night Paul told Fox News he wanted to take the matter further.  'I will be sending a letter to Department of Justice asking for a criminal referral because he has lied to congress,' Paul told Sean Hannity. Senator Rand Paul on Tuesday night appeared on Fox News, and announced he had written to the Justice Department seeking a criminal referral for Dr Anthony Fauci, accusing him of lying to Congress foxnews Privacy Policy Paul has insisted that Fauci funded 'gain of function' research in the Wuhan lab in China, whereby viruses are manipulated to make them more lethal and transmissible. The Wuhan lab is now seen...
    Anthony Fauci lashed out at Rand Paul on Tuesday during a Senate hearing as he accused the Kentucky Republican of being a 'liar' who 'doesn't know what you're talking about' when it comes to COVID origins.  'Dr. Fauci, knowing that it is a crime to lie to Congress, do you wish to retract your statement of May 11 where you claimed the NIH [National Institute of Health] never funded gain of function research in Wuhan?' Paul asked of the nation's top immunologist and Joe Biden's top COVID advisor. 'Senator Paul, I have never lied before the Congress and I do not retract that statement,' Fauci shot back in the heated exchange on Capitol Hill during a Senate Health Committee hearing. The duo have frequently clashed publicly both in the Senate and out over NIH funds.  When Paul asked Fauci if taking an animal virus and increasing its transmissibility to humans is not the definition of 'gain of function', Fauci said: 'That is correct.' 'And Senator Paul, you do not know what you are talking about, quite frankly. And I want...
    A California community college professor has slammed one of her 19-year-old students after he called police 'heroes'. The student, Braden Ellis, got into the heated exchange with his communications professor at Cypress College after he gave a Zoom presentation about 'cancel culture' in the United States.  Footage of their exchange, which he says came immediately after his presentation, shows the professor repeatedly interrupting Ellis after he defended police.  The female professor, who wasn't immediately identified but is an adjunct professor, kept insisting that police were bad.  At one point, she suggested police were created in the South to track down runaway slaves and that it was a form of systemic racism.  'I think cops are heroes,' Ellis said at the beginning of the exchange.  The student, Braden Ellis, got into the heated exchange with his unidentified communications professor at Cypress College in California after he gave a Zoom presentation about 'cancel culture' and defending police He was immediately interrupted by the professor, saying: 'All of them?' Before being cut off again, Ellis managed to argue: 'I'd say a good majority. You...
    Prince Harry said to Prince William that the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral was 'as he would have wanted', lip readers have claimed.  The estranged brothers spoke to each other while leaving their grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral at Windsor Castle yesterday, as they appeared in public together for the first time in more than a year.   Speaking to the Express, lipreaders claimed the Duke of Cambridge said: "Yes it was great, wasn't it", to which Harry replied: 'It was as he wanted,' on an exchange that took place after the emotional service at St George's Chapel. The Duke of Sussex was initially seen speaking to his sister-in-law Kate Middleton as they left the chapel and began walking, but she appeared to hang back so he could talk to William for a few moments without her. Prince Harry said to William that the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral was 'as he would have wanted', lip readers have claimed. The brothers are pictured with Kate Middleton, chatting with the Archbishop of Canterbury following the service  The Duke of Sussex was initially seen speaking to...
    Related news Deliveroo already has a price for its premiere as listed. The food delivery company has established £ 3.90 per share for its listing on the London Stock Exchange, which is the lowest figure with respect to the initially established price range, according to several British media outlets on Tuesday. With these figures, Deliveroo will raise 1.5 billion pounds (1,754 million euros) for the initial sale of 384.6 million among investors who have decided to go to the operation. In this way, the stock market valuation has been set at 7,600 million pounds, just over 8,890 million euros at currency exchange. Last week, the company established a price range for its shares within the framework of the public offering for sale (IPO) of between 3.90 and 4.60 pounds. Had the shares been set at the maximum price indicated, Deliveroo would have raised 1,769 million pounds (2,070 million euros) and would have reached a valuation of up to 8,800 million (10,295 million euros). Amazon, relevant shareholder However, this Monday, the company reported that lowered the price range up to...
    Actor and podcaster Michael Rapaport has revealed a private war of words with Kevin Durant in which the Brooklyn Nets star appears to have used a string of homophobic slurs while threatening to spit on the diehard 51-year-old New York sports fan. 'I heard it all before u c***,' read one of the Instagram direct messages from Durant's account to Rapaport. 'I swear ima spit in your face when I see your dirty ass. 'Meet me on w 17th tomorrow at 10. Or better yet. What's your address?' 'All u do is c*** suck other men for attention.' 'Your wife doesn't even respect your b**** a**.' Durant apologized after Rapaport revealed the rant in a series of screen grabs on Twitter, although in another tweet, the former NBA MVP appeared to dismiss the exchange as friendly banter: 'Me and mike talk CRAZIER than this on the regular and today he's pissed....My bad mike, damn!!' Rapaport did not accept the apology, writing on Twitter that Durant crossed a line by mentioning his wife: 'Don't ever threaten me or speak on my...
    Bangkok, Mar 30 (EFE) .- Southeast Asian stock markets closed with mixed results on a day marked by the fall of local currencies against a strengthened dollar thanks to the rise in US bonds. The Singapore Stock Exchange rose 15.32 points, or 0.48 percent, and the Straits Times composite indicator remained at 3,190.89 units. The stock of Jakarta, in Indonesia, left 95.38 integers, 1.55 percent, and the JCI index finished with 6,071.44 units. In Malaysia, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange lost 2.09 points, 0.13 percent, and the selective KLCI ended at 1,609.19 units. The Bangkok stock market, in Thailand, added 5.64 points, or 0.36 percent, and the SET index was left with 1,589.53 units. In the Philippines, the Manila Stock Exchange lost 62.23 integers, down 0.95 percent, and the PSEi composite index ended at 6,545.55 points. The VN index of Ho Chi Minh (the former Saigon) closed with 1,186.36 units after rising 10.68 integers or 0.91 percent. (c) EFE Agency
    March 19, 2021 9:05 AM | With information from EFE 15 minutes. The Government of the President of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, began its first official contact with China on Thursday in Anchorage (Alaska), with a sour exchange of bickering between the representatives of both world powers. The meeting was attended by the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, and the National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan. On the Chinese side, the head of the Communist Party of China (CCP) for Foreign Affairs, Yang Jiechi, and the head of diplomacy, Wang Yi. According to the press that accompanies the Americans, the tension began as soon as the meeting began, in front of journalists and television cameras who were only allowed access at the beginning. Bliken began by stating that Washington is trying to repel Chinese practices, because “having strength is not the same as being right”. In addition, he criticized Beijing for taking actions that “threaten the rule-based (world) order, which maintains global stability.” US criticizes China Likewise, the Foreign Minister advanced to his Chinese interlocutors his intention to...
    The New York Stock Exchange welcomes executives and guests of Coupang (NYSE: CPNG), today, Thursday, March 11, 2021, in celebration of its Initial Public Offering.NYSE Shares of South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang soared 70% in its market debut Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange, making it the largest IPO so far this year in the United States. The company's stock began trading at $59.60 apiece, giving Coupang a market cap of $102.2 billion. The company had priced its shares at $35 apiece, above its target range of $32 to $34 each. Founded in 2010 by Korean-American billionaire Bom Kim, Coupang (pronounced "coo-pong") made a name for itself through its guaranteed same-day or next-day delivery service. Often compared to Amazon or Alibaba, Coupang has more than 100 fulfilment and logistics centers in over 30 cities. The company, which ranked No. 2 on the 2020 CNBC Disruptor 50 list, also employs 15,000 drivers in South Korea for its deliveries. The company was last valued in the private market at $9 billion in a 2018 funding round, according to PitchBook.The New York...
    East Friday, March 5, 2021, the price of the dollar is at $ 21.3170 Mexican pesos on the rise, according to real-time information from the Investing.com platform. At the close of the last session of the week, the dollar FIX ended in 21.2635 pesos, this is 41.37 cents more than yesterday Thursday. The Interbank Spot dollar It closed at 21.3200 pesos per unit, which is 23.80 cents more than its price on Thursday, according to the Banxico registry. The Mexican currency has been falling significantly in its price against the dollar for three weeks. According to the economist Gabriela Siller, if the exchange rate exceeds the barrier of 21.50 pesos per dollar unit, it would quickly move towards a price of 22 pesos per US dollar. That in the most pessimistic scenario. Dollar price in real time: During this session, employment figures in the United States were the factor that moved the exchange rate to strengthen the dollar, as the yield on treasury bonds would have risen. During February, 379 thousand jobs were created in the United States,...
    EFE videos Erwin Tumiri defeated death in Colombian skies and on a Bolivian route Sacaba (Bolivia), Mar 3 (EFE) .- The Bolivian Erwin Tumiri feels “very blessed by God” and of course, if in 2016 he was one of the few survivors of the air tragedy of the Brazilian club Chapecoense in Colombia and has just again evade death in an accident on a Bolivian highway with a score of deaths. The circumstances are different from those of five years ago, but the physical sensation is the same due to the consequences left by the first accident in the spine, as he told Efe this Wednesday from the bed of the private clinic where he is recovering after survive the fall of a bus on the eve. Regarding the recent event, Tumiri confessed to feeling sorry “because many people have died and at the same time a lot of anger” because it is not the first time that the transport company in which he was traveling has suffered an accident of these characteristics. But also this young evangelical, born in...
    INFLUENCERS are known to score hoards of freebies in exchange for a "shout out" on their huge online platforms. But this tactic recently backfired for one blogger who tried to nab a free takeaway meal, but ended up at the police station instead. 6An influencer tried to nab a free takeaway meal for them and their entire support bubble, but it backfired massivelyCredit: fourlegs_ldn/Instagram Four Legs - a pop-up restaurant operating at pub The Compton Arms in Islington is being praised for its extremely savage response to the blogger who reached out to ask for free food. Not only did the unnamed influencer request a meal for themselves in exchange for a plug on Instagram, but they asked for an extra four meals for their "bubble" too. The influencer reached out to the restaurant via DMs and said they'd post to their Instagram and even pop in for a meal once the venue reopens. The restaurant appeared to go along with the request at first, agreeing to offer the food for free. 6The person reached...
    The Seoul Stock Exchange falls 2.45% and closes at its lowest in a month
    The price of the dollar today Thursday 11 February 2021 is listed on $ 19.9720 Mexican pesos, based on real-time information from investing.com. At the close of Banxico, the FIX dollar was at 19.9535 (down 10.53 cents) and the Interbank Spot at 19.9700 (down 7.60 cents). With this result, the peso spins its second day with recovery, since between Wednesday and Thursday it accumulates 15.90 cents of advance. However, the most important data is that the exchange rate returns to less than 20 pesos per dollar unit, a price that has not been seen for more than two weeks. This day, the Banxico announced the decision on its reference interest rate. As expected, the agency cut 25 basis points and the rate went from 4.25 to 4.00%. In its official statement, the central bank of Mexico described that despite the recovery of the economy, which it described « at a moderate pace, » there are still risks that would have a global impact on the economy. Among the risks pointed out by the institution are the increase in infections by...
    The dollar price today Wednesday 10 of February 2021 is listed on $ 20.0279 Mexican pesos, based on real-time information from investing.com. At the close of Banxico, the FIX dollar was at 20.0588 (down 3.25 cents) and the Interbank Spot at 20.0460 (down 8.30 cents). Thus, the peso manages to advance in the exchange rate, despite the fact that the session began with a depreciation of 0.055%, with the United States currency trading close to 20.11 pesos per unit. Once again, the Mexican currency is approaching the barrier of 20 pesos per dollar, amid volatile sessions. This day, the inflation figure in the United States, which in January remained at 1.4% year-on-year, generated an appreciation effect in currencies such as the Mexican peso. According to ., the consumer price index in the United States increased by 0.3% in January compared to December, its most marked rise in five months, the Labor Department announced on Thursday. The data tied with that predicted by the analysts. Dollar price in real time: The rise in prices comes amid negotiations for the new...
    KEITH Urban rushed to the defence of his Oscar winning wife Nicole Kidman after an opera fan allegedly 'swatted her with a programme'. Nicole, 53, was enjoying one of her first nights out after completing mandatory quarantine in Australia with her country singer husband, Keith, 53 and her mum, Janelle. 7Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman went to the opera in SydneyCredit: Getty Images - Getty The trio decided to take in the critically acclaimed Opera Australia production of Merry Widow at Sydney's world famous Opera House. They clearly loved the performance because at its finale Keith jumped to his feet for a standing ovation and was soon joined by Nicole. Many in the crowd also jumped to their feet, except for one man sitting behind the famous couple. He apparently got annoyed with the couple's enthusiasm and ordered them to sit back down, according to Sydney Morning Herald's Sydney Private column. 7They saw Merry Widow at the Opera House with Nicole's mum JanelleCredit: BackGrid 7They loved the critically acclaimed performance so much, they gave it a standing ovationCredit: Getty Images...
    The Lincoln Project has shared a scathing statement disavowing co-founder John Weaver after 21 men came forward to accuse the longtime Republican strategist of sexually harassing them online.  On Sunday the New York Times published a bombshell report sharing the accounts of 21 accusers who said Weaver, 61, groomed and preyed on them for years with promises to help them get work in politics in exchange for sex. The Lincoln Project, an anti-Trump super PAC Weaver co-founded, released a statement condemning his actions hours after the report.  'John Weaver led a secret life that was built on a foundation of deception at every level. He is a predator, a liar, and an abuser,' the statement said, claiming the organization was unaware of his behavior. However, Ryan Girdusky, a writer for American Conservative who broke the story about Weaver's unsolicited sexual advances, blasted the Lincoln Project saying the group had been alerted about Weaver's actions and did nothing about it for months. He said Weaver's actions were a 'worst-kept secret' within the organization.  He said several of the men who told him...
    EFE videos Argentina closed 2020 with an inflation of 36.1%, the second in Latin America Buenos Aires, Jan 14 (EFE) .- Argentina accumulated inflation of 36.1% in 2020, which, compared to 53.8% in 2019, was greatly tempered by the freezing of public service rates and the drop in consumption during the pandemic but still impacted by the high monetary issue or exchange rate imbalances. The country remains implacable in the second place in Latin America with the highest inflation, only surpassed by Venezuela, which according to its Central Bank reached 844.1% until September and, according to the opposition, closed 2020 at 3,713%. The National Institute of Statistics of Argentina (INDEC) revealed this Thursday that the consumer price index (CPI) stood in December, compared to the previous month, at 4%, the highest value of this year, which registered its lowest figure in April and May (1.5%), when the economy was practically paralyzed by the quarantine. The main price increase occurred last month in the recreation and culture and health sectors (5.2%), followed by transport (4.9%) and restaurants and hotels (4.6% ),...
    Police have arrested a man in the decade-old cold case murder of Sherry Black in Utah, who was brutally beaten to death in her own bookstore. On Saturday 29-year-old Adam Durborow of Orem was arrested and booked into Salt Lake County Jail on first-degree felony aggravated murder and aggravated burglary. He is being held without bail. Sherry Black, 64, was discovered beaten and stabbed to death at her business B&W Billiards and Books at 4366 S. 700 E. in South Salt Lake on November 30, 2010. The case went cold as the crime scene showed no signs of robbery or a motive. Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera refused to offer further details on how Durburow was identified as a suspect in the case during a press conference Saturday. Police arrested 29-year-old Adam Durborow on Saturday in the decade-old cold case murder of Sherry Black in Utah, who was brutally beaten to death in her own business in November 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera refused to offer further details on how...
    WHITE MARSH, Md. (WJZ) — The new school year means there’s a new place in Baltimore County where teachers can get supplies they need all for free! The Education Foundation opened its newest “exchangeree” at The Avenue in White Marsh. This will be a place where teachers can come year-round to pick up things like notebooks, pens, tissue boxes and hand sanitizer, all of it donated, so it costs teachers nothing to help out their students.
    Actor and comedian Bryan Callen, best known for his recurring role on the long-running ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, has been accused by four women of sexual misconduct spanning decades and ranging from inappropriate remarks to assault. Kathryn Fiore Tigerman, 44, one-time MADtv cast member, told the Los Angeles Times that Callen raped her in his house after taking her out to dinner more than 20 years ago. A decade later, an employee at an American Apparel store named Rachel Green accused Callen of pinning her against a dressing room wall and forcibly kissing her.  Claire Ganshert, who was an aspiring actress when she met Callen in 2012 when she was 23 and working as a barista, and he was 45 and married, said she had a four-year affair with Callen, and that he told her in 2016 that women have a 'biological, primal desire to be raped.' Actor and comedian Bryan Callen, 53 (left), has been accused of sexual misconduct by four women. Actress Kathryn Tigerman, 44 (right), claimed Callen raped her in 1999  Callen (right) is...
    "Don't be snippy"' said the conservative commentator to the series' longest panelist. Meghan McCain clapped back at co-host Joy Behar during a heated exchange on the July 16 episode of The View. The women disagreed over a boycott of the popular food products produced by Goya after President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka appeared to endorse the company in photo ops. The family’s images were posted after the company’s CEO Robert Unanue lent his support to the president at a White House event. Calls for the public to stop supporting the line came shortly thereafter. The heated exchange erupted after the panelists which included Joy, Meghan, Whoopi Goldberg, and Sunny Hostin discussed if the photo ops could be considered an ethics violation. The series moderator then asked Joy and Meghan for their opinions regarding the matter and that was when the two women came to blows. The exchange between the co-hosts came when Joy couldn’t contain her anger over the fact that “millions of people are losing their jobs. Hundreds of thousands of Americans are dead and dying, Florida...
    Mexico City. Today Monday July 6, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 22.33 pesos, with an upward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.28 pesos per dollar. And the FIX ended at $ 22.33. The FIX exchange rate opened the week at 22.2808 pesos per dollar, thirteen cents less than on Friday (22.4147 p / d). https://t.co/LaOklzuAeE – Banco de México (@Banxico) July 6, 2020 The peso started the week regaining ground against the dollar due to China PMI figures. The data for this sector in June indicate a profit that was not registered in more than two years. This data generated a positive impact in different currencies. Read Were you born between 1985 and 1989? Afores that give more profit to your pension Read 10 tips to buy your house, even in times of crisis During this week, President Trump and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will meet in the US to discuss issues related to the...
    Mexico City. Today Friday July 3, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 22.39 pesos, with a downward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.42 pesos per dollar (5 cents less than this Thursday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.52 (11 cents less). Exchange rate for sale in the interbank market (spot) today, Friday July 3:09.00 hrs .: 22.4250 p / d13.30 hrs .: 22.4230 p / dhttps: //t.co/y9Qp78Eilr – Banco de México (@Banxico) July 3, 2020 The peso recovered just over 55 cents against the spot dollar and 56 on the FIX, compared to last Friday’s close. During this day, the markets in the US remain with little movement for the holiday of the Independence Day of that country. Read Did you ask for support on your Infonavit or bank credit? Pay attention Read Use your social networks to give you work, here are 6 tips Although this week there was a final balance in favor...
    Mexico City. Today Wednesday July 1, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 22.66 pesos, with a downward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.79 pesos per dollar (16 cents less than this Tuesday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.80 (28 cents less). Exchange rate for sale in the interbank market (spot) today, Wednesday July 1:09.00 hrs .: 22.7920 p / d13.30 hrs .: 22.7930 p / dhttps: //t.co/y9Qp78Eilr – Banco de México (@Banxico) July 1, 2020 The peso began July appreciating against the dollar, with a boost from the increase in the price of oil. This good result came despite worries about outbreaks of coronavirus worldwide. Figures on the manufacturing sector in China also contributed to a good mood among investors. Read ILO Alert on falling labor income Read How to recover my money saved in Banco Famsa? On the other hand, the Trade Agreement between Mexico, United States and Canada (T-MEC) entered into force...
    Mexico City. Today Tuesday June 30, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 23.00 pesos, with an upward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.95 pesos per dollar (16 cents less than this Monday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.08 (almost 5 cents less). Exchange rate for sale in the interbank market (spot) today Tuesday June 30:09.00 hrs .: 23.1810 p / d13.30 hrs .: 22.9570 p / dhttps: //t.co/y9Qp78Eilr – Banco de México (@Banxico) June 30, 2020 Although the peso showed a slight improvement on the last day of the month, during the 30 days of June it accumulated an overall decrease of 73.30 cents. The ups and downs that have occurred in the currency markets are mainly due to the fact that, on the one hand, the return to economic activities has generated great expectations among investors; but on the other hand, with the reopening, new COVID-19 infections have occurred, a factor that causes concern...
    Mexico City. Today Monday June 29, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 23.06 pesos, with an upward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 23.11 pesos per dollar (13 cents more than on Friday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.13 (17 cents more than on Friday). Again, the new cases reported in countries with reopening of activities hit currencies such as the peso. The currency started the day with a profit, however, as it progressed, investors showed uncertainty about an early economic recovery and decided on safer assets. Read Do you want to ask for a loan? Take these 3 factors into account Read Boost coronavirus home rental For Wednesday of this week, the expectation of the markets will focus on the announcement by the US Federal Reserve, about the minutes recorded during its last meeting. Exchange rate: Real-time dollar price: Regarding the exchange rate in the different banks of mexicoAccording to Dollar.info, the price of the dollar reaches its...
    By Adil Jawad | Associated Press KARACHI, Pakistan — Militants attacked the stock exchange in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Monday, killing at least three people — two guards and a policeman, according to police. Special police forces deployed to the scene of the attack and in a swift operation secured the building, killing all four gunmen. A third security guard was reported to be in critical condition following the assault. There were no reports of any wounded among the brokers and employees inside the exchange and a separatist militant group from a neighboring province later claimed responsibility for the attack. The attackers were armed with grenades and automatic rifles, police said. They launched the attack by opening fire at the entrance gate of the Pakistan Stock Exchange in the southern port city, the country’s financial center. Heavily armed special forces quickly surrounded the building located in the heart of Karachi’s financial district, where the Pakistan State Bank is located, as well as the headquarters of several national and international financial institutions. Local television stations broadcast images...
    A group of militants armed with grenades and automatic rifles laid siege to the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Monday, killing at least three people before being taken out by special police forces. The attack on the building located in the heart of Karachi's financial district, where the Pakistan State Bank is located as well as the headquarters of several national and international financial institutions, left two guards and a police officer dead, officials say. A third guard is reported to be in critical condition. Rizwan Ahmend, a police official at the scene, told the Associated Press that after opening fire at an entrance gate, the four gunmen entered the stock exchange grounds. He said that after the attack was over, food supplies were found on the bodies of the gunmen, indicating they may have planned a long operation. Security personnel surrounds the Stock Exchange Building after an attack in Karachi, Pakistan, on Monday. (AP) PAKISTAN’S PRIME MINISTER SAYS US ‘MARTYRED’ USAMA BIN LADEN  The Baluchistan Liberation Army later claimed responsibility for the attack. The group has been waging an insurgency for years, demanding independence for Pakistan's gas-rich southwestern Baluchistan province,...
    KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Militants attacked the stock exchange in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Monday, killing at least three people — two guards and a policeman, according to police. Special police forces deployed to the scene of the attack and in a swift operation secured the building, killing all four gunmen. There were no reports of any wounded among the brokers and employees inside the exchange and a separatist militant group from a neighboring province later claimed responsibility for the attack. The attackers were armed with grenades and automatic rifles, police said. They launched the attack by opening fire at the entrance gate of the Pakistan Stock Exchange in the southern port city, the country’s financial center. Heavily armed special forces quickly surrounded the building located in the heart of Karachi’s financial district, where the Pakistan State Bank is located, as well as the headquarters of several national and international financial institutions. Local television stations broadcast images of police in full body armor surrounding the building but still staying outside the high-walled compound of the stock exchange. Rizwan...
    Islamabad, Jun 29 . .- At least seven people, including four insurgents, were killed and three others were injured when a group of armed men attacked the Karachi Stock Exchange in southern Pakistan on Monday with grenades and gunshots. “A group of terrorists tried to enter the building of the Stock Exchange. In the exchange of shots the four attackers died and I can confirm that at least one police officer died,” a police spokesman for the city, Rizwan Patel, told Efe, confirming later the death also of two security guards. The assailants arrived at the building, a high-security area that houses banks and offices, and threw grenades at its front door and then began firing. According to Patel, the security forces and the attackers were involved in a shooting at the entrance of the bag, without the latter being able to access the building. “The security forces have taken control of the property,” said Patel. The Karachi Stock Exchange, through its official Twitter account, also confirmed that “now the shooting has ended and reinforcements have arrived.” Murad Ali, head...
    By ADIL JAWAD, Associated Press KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Militants attacked the stock exchange in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Monday, killing at least three people — two guards and a policeman, according to police. Special police forces deployed to the scene of the attack and in a swift operation secured the building, killing all four gunmen. There were no reports of any wounded among the brokers and employees inside the exchange and a separatist militant group from a neighboring province later claimed responsibility for the attack. The attackers were armed with grenades and automatic rifles, police said. They launched the attack by opening fire at the entrance gate of the Pakistan Stock Exchange in the southern port city, the country's financial center. Heavily armed special forces quickly surrounded the building located in the heart of Karachi's financial district, where the Pakistan State Bank is located, as well as the headquarters of several national and international financial institutions. Local television stations broadcast images of police in full body armor surrounding the building but still staying outside the high-walled compound...
    Mexico City. Today Friday June 26, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 23.05 pesos, with an upward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.98 pesos per dollar (22 cents more than yesterday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.97 (18 cents more than yesterday). With this closing, the peso spins its third week losing in the exchange rate against the dollar. Exchange rate for sale in the interbank market (spot) today, Friday June 26:09.00 hrs .: 22.8790 p / d13.30 hrs .: 22.9800 p / dhttps: //t.co/y9Qp78Eilr – Banco de México (@Banxico) June 26, 2020 This negative closure was due to data on the increase in global coronavirus cases in territories that restarted economic activities. Specifically, 39 thousand new infections have been reported in the United States and a new wave of outbreaks is expected in the fall. This forecast generated fear among investors and aversion for emerging currencies such as the peso. On the other hand,...
    Mexico City. Today Thursday June 25, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 22.66 pesos, with a downward trend according to information from the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.76 pesos per dollar (3 cents more than yesterday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.79 (13 cents more than yesterday). With this closure, the weight spins its second fall of the week. Exchange rate for sale in the interbank market (spot) today Thursday June 25:09.00 hrs .: 22.8310 p / d13.30 hrs .: 22.7610 p / dhttps: //t.co/y9Qp78Eilr – Banco de México (@Banxico) June 25, 2020 Today, Banco de México (Banxico) decided to cut its Interbank Interest Rate or Reference Rate and with this it reaches 5%. According to a statement from the central bank of our country, such determination was the result of the effects of the coronavirus and the measures adopted to contain it, which have affected the global economy in recent months. “The contraction in activity observed in the first quarter...
    Mexico City. Today Tuesday June 23, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 22.46 pesos, with an upward trend according to the investing.com platform. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.43 pesos per dollar (2 cents less than yesterday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.41 (3 cents less). With this result, the weight closes with two straight recovery sessions. Exchange rate for sale in the interbank market (spot) today Tuesday June 23:09.00 hrs .: 22.3880 p / d13.30 hrs .: 22.4370 p / dhttps: //t.co/y9Qp78Eilr – Banco de México (@Banxico) June 23, 2020 Despite the ups and downs in the tense relationship between China and the United States in recent months, which was made more complicated by the coronavirus pandemic from which there is still no global recovery, President Trump said today that trade agreements with China they remain, which gave the markets a breather, which reacted with optimism and benefited the Mexican currency. The weight comes from spinning two weeks with overall loss. Read They...
    Mexico City. Today Monday June 22, 2020 the dollar listed on $ 22.45 pesos, with a downward trend according to the investing.com platform. The peso closed the first session of the week with a gain. According to Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $ 22.45 pesos per dollar (19 cents less than Friday). And the FIX ended at $ 22.44 (19 cents less). According to the Reform, the moderation in the appreciation of the peso against the dollar occurred with everything and that the Foreign Exchange Commission (CC) announced that on June 24 and 29, the Bank of Mexico will offer 7 thousand and 4 billion dollars, respectively, through the use of the “swap” line with the United States Federal Reserve. Lea Fovissste asks beneficiaries to exercise housing credit Read Alista Trump restrictions on work visas In addition, analysts surveyed by Citibanamex estimate that at its meeting on Thursday, Banxico will lower its benchmark rate. at 50 basis points, at 5%. Exchange rate: Real-time dollar price: Regarding the exchange rate in...
    Beijing, June 22 . .- The main index of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Hang Seng, fell 0.54% this Monday due to the lack of a clear horizon about the end of the pandemic, which continues to accelerate in territories like the United States and Latin America. The selective fell 132.55 points, to 24,511.34 integers, while the index that measures the behavior of companies in mainland China that are listed on the Hong Kong parquet, Hang Seng China Enterprises, fell 0.96%. The pessimistic day in Hong Kong was evident in the drop in all its sub-indexes. Finance yielded 0.51%; Services, 1.75%; Real estate, 1.37%, and Commerce and Industry, 0.17%. The Hong Kong park was among the Asian markets that failed to raise their heads, such as Tokyo, due to uncertainty about the impact of the pandemic on the recovery rate of the global economy, after the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on the largest daily increase in COVID-19 cases. Among the benchmark firms in Hong Kong, tech Tencent had the highest volume of operations and climbed 3%, while e-commerce...
    A man living in Cleveland, Ohio has received thousands of dollars in Venmo donations for jokingly suggesting that he'd tap-dance at midnight to annoy his Trump-supporting downstairs neighbor. BuzzFeed reports that Jett Croisant, 45, was 'frustrated' when he noticed that the neighbor living below him had hung two pro-Trump banners in his window. As a joke, Jeff hung his own sign in the window directly above, which read: 'Venmo @Jet513 and I will tapdance at midnight.' Upstairs vs downstairs: A Cleveland hung a sign jokingly suggesting that he'd tap-dance at midnight to annoy his Trump-supporting downstairs neighbor Teasing: Jett Croisant, 45, was 'frustrated' when he saw the Trump banners, and hung his own sign to 'annoy' the neighbor as a joke Widespread attention: A neighbor across the street, Amy Ziemak, 32, shared a photo on Twitter that went viral Croisant said that the 'dumbest banners ever' were first hung several months ago, but his neighbor removed them on a night when there was protesting. Not long after, though, they went back up. He decided to put up his own competing sign...
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