, Elevation Partners.
Last synced from
Away says co-CEO Steph Korey will step down this year after her attacks on the media
In a letter to management, Away employees wrote: "It’s becoming very clear that it’s because Steph Korey values her own reputation over the wellbeing of the company and her employees."
Appeals Court Orders Lower Judge To Throw Out Michael Flynn Case
The judges ruled that a lower court must dismiss the prosecution following requests both from Flynn and the Justice Department, which dropped its charges.
Senate Democrats Plan to Block G.O.P. Police Bill, Stalling Overhaul
Calling Republicans’ legislation “woefully inadequate,” Democrats urged Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, to negotiate a new, more expansive bill both parties could support.
Trump Fires U.S. Attorney Who Investigated His Associates
William K. Rashbaum
The president’s move deepened a crisis over the independence of law enforcement and the president’s purge of officials he views as disloyal.
‘Living His Mother’s American Dream’
Sen. Tim Scott discusses his police-reform bill, Dick Durbin’s put-down, and how Republicans can appeal to black voters.
Conservatives Should Feel No Investment in Confederate Monuments
Statues of Confederate leaders are an unnecessary affront to black citizens, who shouldn’t have to see defenders of chattel slavery put on a pedestal, literally.
House Republican leaders condemn GOP candidate who made racist videos
The candidate, Marjorie Taylor Greene, finished first in last week's primary for an open, safe GOP seat in Georgia but still faces an August runoff for the nomination.
Mass Poor People's Assembly & Moral March on Washington - Poor People's Campaign
Poor People's Campaign
Join us on June 20, 2020 for the Mass Poor People's Assembly and Moral March on Washington! We will rise together as a powerful moral fusion movement!
Sen. Tim Scott says ending qualified immunity is a "poison pill" for Republicans
Scott has been tasked with spearheading Senate Republicans' reform proposal.
Florida ordered 1M doses of a Trump-touted drug. Hospitals didn't want it
State is sitting on more than 980K doses of hydroxychloroquine.
Biden Outlines Plan To Reopen Economy, Including Testing Every Worker
The presumptive Democratic nominee laid out a comprehensive plan for protecting public health while reopening businesses and schools. Biden envisions expansive federal involvement and spending.
Trump Falsely Targets Buffalo Protester, 75, as ‘Antifa Provocateur’
The president attacked Martin Gugino even as the activist was in the hospital recovering from a head wound sustained when the police shoved him to the ground.
At least one notable Bush – George P., the Texas land commissioner – will vote for Trump in November
WASHINGTON – At least one notable member of the Bush political family plans to vote for President Donald Trump in November, even amid a well-known fissure...
The New York Times staff revolt over Tom Cotton’s op-ed, explained
Why New York Times journalists publicly revolted against a senator’s op-ed calling on Trump to "send in the troops" — and what this says about journalism in the Trump era.
James Bennet Resigns As Editorial Page Editor of The New York Times; Katie Kingsbury Named Acting Editorial Page Editor | The New York Times Company
The New York Times Company
Condoleezza Rice urges Trump to "put tweeting aside for a little bit"
Rice urged Mr. Trump to "speak in the language of unity, the language of empathy."
Vote for Trump? These Republican Leaders Aren’t on the Bandwagon.
Former President George W. Bush and Senator Mitt Romney won’t support Mr. Trump’s re-election, and other G.O.P. officials are mulling a vote for Joe Biden.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says league was wrong for not listening to players earlier about racism
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday the league should have listened to players earlier about racism concerns in a response to NFL players calling on the league to condemn racism and support its black players.
Title not found
Send In the Troops
The nation must restore order. The military stands ready.
Page 1 of 11