Pundits covering the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden struggled to contain their horror during their post-event analysis, dubbing the throwdown a “dumpster fire” and a “s**t show” live on TV. Read Full Article at RT.com
Urban centers are Democratic. Rural areas are Republican. The battleground? Suburbs, where two years ago, white college-educated suburban women turned on Republicans with a fury, giving Democrats 38 of their 41 House pickups. And why did those women turn on Donald Trump, after voting for him in 2016? Yes, the environment and health care loom large. But in the end, it’s the fact that Trump is a bully, and his party is totally okay with it.
At Tuesday’s debate, Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump of trying to reopen the economy too soon amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Trump said the shutdowns are “almost like being in prison,” saying the Americans want them to end. Read Full Article at RT.com
«You and Me Both» shows the competent leader that Americans could have had if 2016 had gone differently
The unfortunate fundamental nature of a debate that includes Donald Trump is that Donald Trump has to be allowed to speak for at least part of it. Chris Wallace, not known as the most impartial reporter, finally had to chastise Trump for continuously interrupting the proceedings. This led to Wallace asking about George Floyd and racial justice in a large umbrella sense. Biden began by talking about America’s unfinished work in regards to race and justice. He pointed out that America has never “walked away” from the problem of race and racial injustice the way that Donald Trump has. Trump then began interrupting because he cannot stop himself. Biden let the windbag run out of some air and then continued with one of the most presidential, and frankly calming moments of the debate, with a quiet Trump.
Donald Trump talking about the climate crisis given his destruction of regulations, proposals, and programs designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and thus reduce the impacts of global warming, is like listening to Kim Jong-Un talking about democracy. In debate, Trump blames California wildfires are a product of the failure of the state to clean out the underbrush. And claims this doesn’t happen in Europe. He knows this, he says, because he has talked to European mayors and other officials. That is malarkey. Here’s Euronews in 2019: Nearly 1,400 fires have hit Europe so far this year compared to an annual average of 174 in the same period over the past ten years, data from the Copernicus programme has shown. This has resulted in a near five-fold increase in burnt areas. According to Copernicus' European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), blazes have so far this year burnt 207,440 hectares. In the decade from 2008-2018, an average of 44,491 hectares had burnt by June 25 every year. I have no idea how many lies this brings the total to for this debate, much less his record since lying the oath of office in January 2017.
Epic's claims Apple's engaging in anti-competitive behavior.
Moderator Chris Wallace struggles as President Donald Trump and Joe Biden hold absolutely nothing back in the chaotic first debate.
Russia#39;s Rosneft had expressed an interest in buying the federal government#39;s 53.29% stake in Bharat Petroleum (BPCL) when its chief executive Igor Sechin visited New Delhi in February, while India#39;s trade minister has said that Saudi oil giant Aramco was enthusiastic about the stake sale.
Bharti Airtel to hold press conference later today. Catch all the live market updates here.
Reliance Industries might again be in focus after media reports said that Abu Dhabi state fund Mubadala Investment is in advanced talks to invest up to $1 billion in the company's retail division
To fill its empty CMO position, Facebook just promoted a longtime Facebook executive focused on product growth to the C-suite. Former VP of product growth and analytics Alex Schultz, who has been with the company since 2007, announced the move Tuesday in a Facebook post. Schultz will fill position left open by Antonio Lucio, who […]
Swarm’s new network of satellites is intended to provide low-bandwidth, low-power connectivity to “Internet of Things” devices all over the world, and the company just announced how much its technology will actually cost. A $119 board will be sold to be integrated with new products, so while your home security camera won’t get it, it […]
Amazon unveils a new biometric ID technology, the Biden campaign takes aim at Facebook and iRobot’s co-founder joins a robotic gardening startup. This is your Daily Crunch for September 29, 2020. The big story: Amazon lets you pay with your palm The company announced a new biometric device for Amazon Go stores. Called Amazon One, […]
Palantir is preparing for its public debut tomorrow morning on the NYSE after 17 years, and now we are getting some data on how the company’s shares are being valued by investors. NYSE announced that the the company, which will be traded under the ticker PLTR, will have a reference price of $7.25 per share. […]
Amazon today is launching a new service called Amazon Explore that allows customers to book live, virtual experiences led by local experts. The experiences may be focused on creativity, learning DIY skills, taking virtual tours of far-off places or cultural landmarks, or, in some cases, shopping local boutiques from around the world. For example, you […]
A group of 40 workers at Ford-owned Spin just successfully ratified their first union contract. This comes after this group of shift leads, maintenance specialists, operations specialists, community ambassadors, and scooter deployers and collectors joined Teamsters Local 665 toward the end of last year. “This new contract gives us job security and immediate money up […]
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden sparred Tuesday in their first of three debates, hoping to sway undecided voters planning to cast ballots by mail and in person in the final weeks leading up to the Nov. 3 election. A look at how their statements ...
NEW YORK (AP) - A former Wall Street trader was sentenced Monday to over five years in prison after admitting to defrauding investors of $19 million in a Ponzi scheme. Paul Rinfret, 71, of Manhasset, New York, was sentenced Monday in Manhattan federal court. The sentencing followed his October guilty ...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Squeezed by limits on attendance at its theme parks and other restrictions due to the pandemic, The Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday it planned to lay off 28,000 workers in its parks division in California and Florida. Two-thirds of the planned layoffs involve part-time workers but ...
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) - The Duluth City Council has approved a second bailout of financially struggling Spirit Mountain ski hill. The council agreed Monday night to give Spirit Mountain $300,000 on top of $235,000 that was approved in December. The latest infusion will come from tourism tax dollars specifically ...
MEXICO CITY (AP) - Archaeological authorities in Mexico said Tuesday they kicked cast members of a popular local “Jersey Shore”-style reality show out of the Mayan ruins of Uxmal after they behaved «immaturely» and refused to wear masks or follow social distancing rules. It was the latest round of ...
On France’s northern shores lies the port city of Calais, a municipality that once was a destination for lace manufacturers. To escape economic and social difficulties, English textile artists and engineers immigrated in the late 19th Century, often establishing clandestine operations that defied patent laws by bringing specialty machines and practices to the region. Soon after, Calais became an industrial hub for lace manufacturing, employing around 40,000 residents. A new mural by Warsaw-based artist Nespoon (previously) celebrates that rich history through an oversized textile that envelops the facade of a historic factory. More
The TCR ace was facing a race against time to get back to Australia following his recent WTCR debut in Belgium, a strict cap on new arrivals from overseas casting doubt over whether he'd be able to compete at Bathurst next month.However he's now safely back on Aussie soil, O'Keeffe now undergoing two weeks of mandatory hotel quarantine in Sydney.Should he pass all tests and medical checks ...Keep reading
According to a copy of the 2021 Cup Schedule obtained by Motorsport.com, with a majority of the dates independently confirmed, the Cup Series will see more road racing, less races on intermediate tracks and its first race since 1970 on dirt.The copy of the schedule obtained is the most recent distributed but is not final.More road coursesAmong the highlights of the schedule, which will ...Keep reading
Hear what Nick Swisher thinks about the first day of the American League's Wild Card Round of the playoffs that saw the New York Yankees, Houston Astros, Chicago White Sox, and Tampa Bay Rays emerge victorious in Game 1.
Gerrit Cole was on fire Tuesday evening, striking out 11 Cleveland Indians batters in the New York Yankees 12-3 win in Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Round.
The Brewers will open their National League wild card series Wednesday against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Shane Bieber picked a bad time to have his worst outing of the season.