Some prominent election denialists in the United States are using Brazil to try to whip up concern about the approaching midterms.
The United States has sought the release of the W.N.B.A. star, who pleaded guilty to drug possession and was sentenced to nine years.
Credit Suisse Stock Seesaws on Concerns Over Financial Health The Wall Street Journal Credit Suisse seeks to reassure investors of financial strength amid rising concerns CNBC Television Credit Suisse shares pare losses after earlier plunging as much as 10% CNBC No, Credit Suisse Isn’t on the Brink Bloomberg As Credit Suisse’s Credit Default Swaps Spike To Near 2008 Levels
Florida’s death toll from Hurricane Ian rises to 88 as the search for survivors continues CNN Rescue Efforts Underway In Florida As Death Toll Expected To Rise NBC News Death toll from Hurricane Ian continues to climb KTLA 5 Hurricane Ian: These Lee County restaurants are open for business News-Press Politics of rebuilding intensify as Florida’s devastation is laid
U.K. Government Abandons Plan to Cut Rate of Income Tax for Top Earners The Wall Street Journal UK government U-turns on controversial tax policy – BBC News BBC News UK government drops plans for tax cut on wealthy that prompted turmoil on financial markets Fox Business Factbox: The UK’s top tax rate – what is it and why
Kim Kardashian pays $1.26 million fine for paid crypto ad, SEC says Reuters Kim Kardashian charged by SEC, agrees to pay $1.3 million fine CNN Kim Kardashian to pay $1.26M to settle SEC charges over Instagram crypto promotion Yahoo Entertainment Kim Kardashian forced to fork over $1.2M to SEC for unlawfully promoting EMAX tokens #shorts Fox Business Kim Kardashian
Biden visits Puerto Rico as tensions simmer over Hurricane Ian response – live The Guardian US Biden knocks Trump before surveying Puerto Rico hurricane damage New York Post Biden visiting Puerto Rico because ‘they haven’t been taken very good care of’ POLITICO Hurricane Ian death toll climbs, Biden visits Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona | LiveNOW from FOX LiveNOW
*Tory Lanez is being sued by a couple who allege that the rapper’s vehicle collided with their car — and instead of checking on them to make sure they were okay, the recently filed court documents claim he ended up fleeing the scene instead. The incident allegedly took place on New Year’s Day 2021 in
*Meta Platforms (META), the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, has reportedly seen its market capitalization for this year fall by nearly $545 billion. In the third quarter, shares fell 15%, translating into a loss of $57.5 billion in market value, reported by MSN. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, warned at the end of June
*Trevor Noah has announced he is exiting “The Daily Show” after 7 years, and now fans are speculating about who will take his place. Craig Kilborn served as the original host of the long-running late-night series when it premiered in 1996. Jon Stewart took over from 1999 to 2015 and then Noah became the host.