The Trump Organization has stripped CFO Allen Weisselberg from his leadership roles at more than 40 subsidiary companies as the criminal probe into the Organization heats up. MSNBC’s Dr. Jason Johnson is joined by NYU law professor Melissa Murray to discuss what this move may signal about the investigation.
Despite being a scientific breakthrough, the coronavirus vaccine remains a point of great controversy in the United States. Cases of the virus are rising in every single state, and misinformation from conservative media and politicians continues to discourage people from getting vaccinated. MSNBC’s Ari Melber is joined by Mother Jones’ David Corn and The Nation’s Joan Walsh to discuss the situation.
- The Independent
‘These issues should be looked at systemically – not dismissed as just a few bad apples. Sexist and racist cultures in policing need to be tackled head-on,’ campaigner says
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Ramon Castro is taking a long walk.The U.S. military veteran began his 2,000-mile journey from California, along the U.S.-Mexico border to Texas to protest the deportation of veterans."Our goal is to walk from San Diego (in California) all the way to Brownsville (in Texas) to bring awareness to this issue of deported veterans. And we're hoping, we're pushing for three initiatives. We're asking the President (Joe Biden) to halt the deportation of war veterans, now. We're asking for a program to be instituted so that all active military become citizens while in active duty. And we're asking for a full pardon to bring all these veterans who have been deported home back to the U.S.”It’s an issue very close to Castro - who lived in Mexico briefly as a child - and who served two enlistments in the Marine Corps, including a deployment to Kuwait during the Iraq war.He said that after his discharge, memories of combat lingered. So he drank alcohol and found himself getting into bar fights.Castro says his U.S. citizenship protected him... unlike some of his non-U.S.-citizen service members, with mental health struggles.Between 2013 and 2018, some 250 veterans were deported or placed in deportation proceedings. That’s according to a Government Accountability Office report, but advocates say the number may be far higher.Veteran Hector Barajas experienced the issue first hand:"I was deported for 14 years. I ended up becoming a citizen in 2018 and we're here to support our deported veterans that we have across the border, with Ramon's journey to get awareness out. And I've been working on this issue for many, many years and recently the Biden administration said that they were going to bring home deported veterans, so we just want make sure that all deported veterans come home.”U.S. Homeland Security said it’s committed to bringing back unjustly deported veterans and their families, and to ensure they receive the benefits they may be entitled to.
In the shot, what appears to be a white top can be seen strewn on the floor as Britney Spears covers her bare chest with her hands
- Country Living
Dolly has entered the chat... 👀👀
Jennifer Lopez is living her best life as she celebrated her 52nd birthday by sharing what may be her hottest pics yet, which showed a steamy moment with Ben Affleck as well as a bikini shoot.
Actor Mike Mitchell, a former Mr. Universe who went on to appear in the films Braveheart and Gladiator, died Friday at age 65 on a boat in Turkey. His family reportedly attributed his passing to natural causes. Mitchell began his career as a bodybuilder. He won the Mr. Universe title, and went on to win […]
- Men's Health
Apparently, McGregor has even given himself a new nickname: Big Foot.
- The Daily Beast
Britney Spear’s Instagram is heating up. Throughout her conservatorship lawsuit drama, there’s no doubt that all eyes have been on Spears — and her social media posts. And as her battle for independence and control over her own life continues, it looks like Spears is celebrating her small victories and letting it all out on […]
- Wolverines Wire
This would be great for basketball, terrible for football.
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- Good Housekeeping
It will be quite different from season 20.
- USA TODAY Sports
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