The warehouse is being built at an industrial park on the site of the former Indiana Army Ammunition Plant, where military munitions were made until the Pentagon closed it in 1992. Among the jarring images of white insurrectionists who broke into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 was a man marching through the building holding a Trump flag with his work ID badge still draped around his neck. It didn’t take long for internet sleuths to zoom in on the badge and alert his employer, Movistar Direct Marketing, a Maryland direct mail printing company.
It was written by: Elizabeth C. Tippet, University of Oregon. Read more: * A scholar of American anti-Semitism explains the hate symbols present during the US Capitol riot * Federal leaders have two options if they want to rein in Trump Elizabeth C. Tippet does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. U.S. federal prosecutors have filed motions saying that Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández took bribes from drug traffickers and had the country's armed forces protect a cocaine laboratory and shipments to the United States.
“We need to help induce national calm NOW,” Cumulus's executive vice president of content Brian Philips wrote in the memo. “The move by Cumulus came shortly before Google, Apple, and Amazon ceased hosting social media app Parker.
Larry Kendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S. Capitol, was arrested Sunday in Texas. Guatemala and Honduras have now announced they're deploying their own troops, after news surfaced that new caravans of migrants are forming in Central America with the eventual goal of reaching the United States.
In recent years many migrants have chosen to form up in massive caravans instead of trekking alone, because staying in a group helps protect them from criminals who would prey on them. On Friday (January 8) a federal court in California blocked a last-ditch effort from the outgoing Trump administration to dramatically harden the U.S. asylum system even further.
It would have cut off most access to migrants who reach the border, and broadly deny some types of asylum claims including domestic abuse and gang violence. Berlin ordered the extra doses of the vaccine back in September at a time when it was trumpeting the virtues of a common EU purchasing strategy during its role as rotating president of the European Union.
German Health Minister Jens Spahn confirmed last week that he had purchased an extra 30 million doses of the vaccine in a separate bilateral agreement with the company. The European Commission on Friday avoided being drawn on whether Germany had breached the terms of the agreement, with a spokesman asking reporters to address the question to German authorities.
Ultimately, the point was moot, since Offer lost to her Democratic challenger Raphael Warlock, and wound up voting to certify President-elect Joe Biden's victory afterwards. An urgent briefing between Rep. Jason Crow and Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy has revealed new details about the tense timeline of sending National Guard troops to the scene of the U.S. Capitol siege, and steps taken in the aftermath.
The Jewish state has already given the first of two jabs to nearly 20 per cent of the population and has ordered a further six million doses of the vaccine, as it strives to restore normality by the Spring. A key pillar of the strategy is the Israel Defense Forces, which is sending up to 700 reservist medics to assist nurses in administering jabs across the country.
Proud of their national reputation for efficiency, Germans are growing increasingly frustrated by the slow rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine its scientists helped develop. Germany has set up hundreds of vaccination centers in sports halls and concert arenas and has the infrastructure to administer up to 300,000 shots a day, Health Minister Jens Spahn said.
The Supreme Court on Monday formally refused to put on a fast track election challenges filed by President Donald Trump and his allies. The court rejected pleas for quick consideration of cases involving the outcome in five states won by President-elect Joe Biden: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The justices had previously taken no action in those cases in advance of last week's counting of the electoral votes in Congress, which confirmed Biden's victory. An American Airlines pilot on flight 1242 from Washington D.C. to Phoenix threatened to divert his plane to Kansas if passengers didn’t behave.
A year after the coronavirus first erupted in Wuhan, China has declared “wartime mode” and has locked down another city of 11 million to combat a resurgence of infections. Authorities in Shijiazhuang, a city in northeastern China, have barred people and vehicles from leaving in efforts to curb infection spread after the country reported its biggest one-day increase in five months with 103 new cases.
The city has been among the hardest hit after a handful of infections first cropped up in Beijing mid-December and spread across at least four surrounding provinces, including Hebei, where Shijiazhuang is located. With infection numbers rising sharply the UK government has expressed concern about the spread of the virus in supermarkets, with people breaching rules by not wearing masks while shopping in them.
Seattle-based Amazon is preparing to open the so-called fulfillment center after last year signing a lease in Greenwood, where a FedEx distribution center was planned before that company backed out. You rely on FYI to stay informed, and we depend on you to make our work possible.
The political action committee of Indianapolis -based Eli Lilly, Lilly PAC, has joined other major corporations in pausing political donations to some politicians after last week's insurrection at the capitol. The legislation, presented Tuesday in a House committee, is a direct reaction to some lawmakers' frustration with Gov.
A state Senate bill aims to crack down on farmers and others who deliberately misuse pesticides like jicama while giving people with minor pesticide violations a break. The bill passed unanimously in a Senate committee on Monday.
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