FILE - In this Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 file photo, Russian cybercrime suspect Alexander Vinnik, left, arrives at Greece's supreme court in Athens. Greece's justice minister has signed an order on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, for bitcoin fraud suspect Alexander Vinnik to be extradited to France - concluding an international legal battle surrounding the Russian former cryptocurrency trading platform operator. less … [Read more...] about France charges bitcoin expert Vinnik with money laundering
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"What my people have to do is just be honest, just tell the truth," Trump told Raymond Arroyo at the March for Life rally in Washington. "They’ve been testifying, the Democrats, they’ve been telling so many lies, so many fabrications, so much exaggeration. And this is not impeachable." Click here for more. … [Read more...] about Aggressive Trump defense at impeachment trial expected to begin Saturday
The truth is, it’s a good ad. Photos, home videos and the reminiscences of Jean’s parents and sister bring to vivid life a man who has, since his murder, been reduced to another horrific story of black death. The emotionally resonant commercial ends with a solemn fade to black, and a single sentence of white text fills the screen. “We need to do more to create change,” it reads as Jean’s mother expresses the same sentiment. … [Read more...] about Colin Kaepernick, Blackballed by the NFL, Is Why League Will Air a Police Shooting PSA During the Super Bowl
Kondo “curated” her collection of fancy things, which means she stocked her virtual shelves with pre-existing brands. When her team declined my request for an interview with its guru and also refused to send samples I could test for myself, I got in touch with PR for individual products like the Erude Mini Soap and Alabama Sawyer Countertop Compost bin. … [Read more...] about I Tried Marie Kondo’s $98 Water Bottle. It Did Not Spark Joy.
The rise of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in the Democratic primary gave voice to much of their platform. In addition, they worked with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on hers. In October 2015, Clinton put out a little-noticed but highly important op-ed with Quartz that laid out specific concerns about the consolidation of corporate power, and not just in the financial sector. Airlines, drug companies, health insurers, and broadband providers all came under scrutiny. … [Read more...] about How the Democratic Party Is Learning to Love Being Anti-Monopoly