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Sandra Smith calls on Maxine Waters to 'empower not just one race but all Americans'

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"Where’s the unity?" Fox Business host Larry Kudlow asked "America Reports" co-anchor Sandra Smith Monday during a discussion of why Democrats have failed to condemn Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., for "inciting violence" after calling for Minnesota protesters to "get more confrontational" if Derek Chauvin is acquitted.

Medical Ruling: Capitol Cop Sicknick Died of Natural Causes

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U.S. Capitol Police said that the agency accepted the medical examiner's findings but that the ruling didn't change the fact that Sicknick had died in the line of duty, “courageously defending Congress and the Capitol.”
“The attack on our officers, including Brian, was an attack on our democracy,” police officials said in a statement. “The United States Capitol Police will never forget Officer Sicknick’s bravery, nor the bravery of any officer on January 6, who risked their lives to defend our democracy."
Federal prosecutors have charged two men with using bear spray on Sicknick during the Jan. 6 riot. The arrests of George Tanios, 39, of Morgantown, West Virginia, and Julian Khater, 32, of Pennsylvania, were the closest federal prosecutors have come to identifying and charging anyone associated with the five deaths that happened during and after the riot.

With climate clock ticking, activists push Biden to act faster

By Andrea Januta
(Reuters) - Climate activists rallied in New York's Union Square on Monday with a message for the Biden administration: Time is running out, but it is not too late.
Along with demands to end fossil fuel reliance, activist leaders unveiled an addition to the digital "climate clock" displayed on a building above the square since September.
The clock now shows the amount of the world's energy supplied from renewable sources, currently at 12% and slowly rising. A timer counts down the years, days and seconds that scientists estimate are left to reach net zero carbon emissions and avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change.

Five Random Facts at 5:00 for Monday 4/19 | Big 97.9

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Electric Light Orchestra has the record for the most top 40 songs without a number one hit. They've had 20 songs make the top 40, but none of them have made it to number one.
2. Ireland won its first Olympic medals in 1924 . . . a silver in the PAINTING competition and a bronze in LITERATURE. Obviously, both of those competitions aren't part of the Olympics anymore.
3. The sounds from crunchy foods are actually tiny sonic booms because the food is breaking up at the speed of sound.
4. The USPS made stamps with the Statue of Liberty in 2011. But the picture they used was of the Statue of Liberty outside New York, New York Casino in Las Vegas. It's not clear if it was an accident, or they just used it because it was a better photo.             

Anya Taylor-Joy is gorgeous in green coveralls on New York coffee run

Anya Taylor-Joy is gorgeous in green coveralls on New York coffee run
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She is set to to jet to Australia in the near future to film Mad Max prequel, titled Furiosa, to play a younger version of the character Charlize Theron portrayed in 2015.
And Anya Taylor-Joy definitely looks ready to get back to work.
The 25-year-old American-born Argentine-British actress was seen looking stylish as always in a pair of flared green overalls while out and about in New York City on Monday.

Minneapolis, other cities boost security ahead of Chauvin verdict

Minneapolis, other cities boost security ahead of Chauvin verdict
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The trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, in Minneapolis, Minnesota
(Reuters) - Minneapolis and other U.S. cities were ramping up security measures on Monday, girding for possible protests after a jury delivers a verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, charged with murdering George Floyd by kneeling on his neck.
Citing the "threat of civil unrest," Minnesota Governor Tim Walz declared a preemptive state of emergency in the Minneapolis metropolitan area and requested security assistance from other states. Local officers were stretched, he said, having policed a week of protests over the fatal police shooting of a Black man in a Minneapolis suburb and bracing for more protests over the Chauvin trial verdict.

United is going on the offensive against rival Southwest in another spat with competitors

United is going on the offensive against rival Southwest in another spat with competitors
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United Airlines is targeting Southwest Airlines with new advertisements aimed at Denver flyers.
In the ads, it criticizes Southwest for its open seating policy, routes, and on-time performance.
The campaign is scheduled to appear on trains, television networks, social media, and even Spotify.
A new United Airlines advertising campaign is directly targeting Southwest Airlines as the two compete for travelers in Denver.

Upstate N.Y. Couple Claims Man Tossed Used Cups In Yard For Nearly 3 Years

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By Jason Hall
Apr 19, 2021
An upstate New York couple has finally solved a nearly three-year mystery of where used coffee cups in their front yard are coming from.
Edward and
Cheryl Patton, of Lake View, told
the Buffalo News that after numerous tries of trying to figure out who was throwing the cups in front of their home -- which included mounting a camera inside a tree and other tactics -- neighbors finally spotted a minivan and jotted down its license plate number.
The Pattons contacted local police, who waited and pulled over a vehicle driven by
Larry Pope, 76, who had previously worked with Cheryl and had disagreements with her over union issues.

Another Example of How Educational Stalinists Censor and Destroy Independent Thought and Enforce the Endless Repetition of Mindless Cultural Marxist Platitudes Instead

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Another Example of How Educational Stalinists Censor and Destroy Independent Thought and Enforce the Endless Repetition of Mindless Cultural Marxist Platitudes Instead
A man who changed careers to pursue his love of teaching mathematics to high school students has learned all about the Stalinist takeover of “education” in America.  While teaching at Grace Church High School in Manhattan he attended a meeting where he objected to the administration’s demand that the faculty treat all students differently according to their skin color (“critical race theory”).  He said he preferred to treat all students equally according to their accomplishments in his classroom.

Authorities Did Not Try to Use 'Red Flag' Law for Indianapolis Gunman

Authorities Did Not Try to Use ‘Red Flag’ Law for Indianapolis Gunman
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The 19-year-old who killed eight people in Indianapolis last week had legally bought the two rifles he used in the attack.
INDIANAPOLIS — The senior county prosecutor in Indianapolis said on Monday that his office never sought to invoke a law that could have prevented Brandon Hole from buying two firearms before he shot and killed eight people last week at a FedEx packaging warehouse.
In a news conference, Ryan Mears, the prosecutor for Marion County, said his office had decided not to use Indiana’s so-called red flag law last year, even though Mr. Hole’s mother’s warnings about her son’s mental instability had prompted the police to seize a shotgun from him.

Cop From NJ Died Of Strokes After Capitol Hill Riots: Reports

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WASHINGTON D.C. – The cause of death for a police officer, a New Jersey native, who succumbed after the Capitol Hill riots was released on Monday, reports say.
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick had several strokes hours after he battled with a pro-Trump mob during the Jan. 6 riot and died of natural causes, according to The New York Times.
The autopsy also found no evidence that Sicknick had an allergic reaction to chemicals but the medical examiner, Francisco J. Diaz, told The Washington Post: "All that transpired played a role in his condition."

The Future of Work Isn't a Return to 'Normal,' It's Building a More Equitable Workplace

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A year ago, as we began to adjust to pandemic life, I wondered if the forced shift away from the traditional 9-to-5 office life could prove a turning point in gender equality at work. 
The mass experiment in home working brought work-life balance into sharp focus, forcing even the most recalcitrant of employers to accept flexible working is not only possible but could be as or even more productive than office presenteeism.
The reality turned out to be nowhere near so positive, with women disproportionately seeing negative impacts on their careers and pay packets. But as the COVID-19 cloud begins to lift and we contemplate post-pandemic life, I still see reasons for optimism.

Adrian Wojnarowski Reacts To Zion's Comment About New York

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Adrian Wojnarowski Reacts To Zion’s Comment About New York
Zion Williamson put on a show in Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks this past weekend. But, it wasn’t the 20-year-old’s 34 points that caught the attention of the NBA.
In a postgame press conference, Williamson’s face lit up when asked about playing in New York City. The Pelicans big man went as far as to say that it’s his favorite place to play, outside of New Orleans.
“New York is the Mecca of basketball. I love playing here. … This atmosphere whether they’re cheering or booing for you, it’s amazing. Outside of New Orleans, this might be my favorite place to play,” Williamson said.

American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - American Airlines Co said on Monday it will reduce flights to some destinations in South America because the COVID-19 pandemic has reduced demand.
The U.S. airline said it was suspending service to Manaus, Brazil, from Miami until Nov. 2 and delaying the start of service from New York to Santiago until July 2, instead of the planned May 7 start. It will also reduce the frequency of flights to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil, and to Lima from some U.S. airports . . .
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DMX gig to be turned into tribute show

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Fans of late rapper DMX are planning to turn a Texas bar gig into a tribute show.
The rap star, real name Earl Simmons, was booked to perform at the Wildcatter Saloon in Katy on 29 May, but following his death on 9 April, devotees with tickets are still planning to gather at the venue to salute their hero.
The owner of the saloon will stage the show with the opening acts booked to open for DMX - Tone Royal and Coozablack & Sin City - and he's on the hunt for a headliner with close ties to DMX.
Meanwhile, the late New York MC's fiancee, Desiree Lindstrom, has shared a touching tribute to DMX on Instagram, writing: "The first night we met and you held me close. I knew I would never let go. I was lost in you and nothing else mattered. My best friend, my baby, my love... truly my everything. Thank you for us."

New York AG investigating Gov. Andrew Cuomo's use of aides on book

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo takes off his face mask before a news conference in New York on Monday.
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ALBANY, N.Y. — New York’s attorney general is investigating whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo broke the law by having members of his staff help write and promote his pandemic leadership book.
In a letter dated April 13, but made public Monday, state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli authorized State Attorney General Letitia James to investigate the work state employees did on drafting and editing the book, “American Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic,” which was released last fall.

TSTC student adds paramedic to family's list of first responders

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Anthony Monaco has been around first responders his entire life.
When Monaco lived in New York, his father was a volunteer firefighter, and his mother was a nurse. After his father’s job moved the family to Fort Worth, Monaco wanted to continue the family tradition.
After high school, Monaco attended a firefighter academy and was hired by the Stephenville Fire Department. He said the department operates both the fire and emergency medical services operations for the community.
Monaco completed an EMS program at his fellow firefighters’ suggestion and decided to take it one step further. He enrolled in Texas State Technical College’s Emergency Medical Services Paramedic program and now is nearing graduation.

Afterpay mandates Goldman Sachs for US listing

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Afterpay mandates Goldman Sachs for US listing
Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs is taking Afterpay to the United States.
It is understood the US investment bank is advising Afterpay’s board as it explores a potential sharemarket listing in New York.
Afterpay’s Nick Molnar and Anthony Eisen are working on a US listing.  
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Afterpay told shareholders on Tuesday morning that no timeline had been set for the US listing, and it was subject to market conditions, regulatory approvals and the like.
However, it is understood the plans are advanced.
A US listing would take Afterpay closer to a host of its existing institutional shareholders, and see its shares traded in its biggest market for sales.

A new team of mutant superheroes assemble for Marvel's flagship X-Men title

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Marvel has unveiled its new team of X-Men who are set to take centre stage in the new flagship X-series title from writer Gerry Duggan, artist Pepe Larraz, and colorist Marte Gracia and featuring Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Sunfire, Rogue, Wolverine, Synch and Polaris. Check out the
X-Men #1 cover from Larraz giving us a look at the new team assembled.
“It’s my privilege and honor to be reteamed with Pepe Larraz as we throw beautiful and deadly threats at the X-Men beginning in July,” Duggan said. “Mutants have saved themselves, and are now going to save the world. Krakoa will grow roots in the capitol of the world, New York City, and the inaugural year will star Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Rogue, Wolverine, Synch, Sunfire and Polaris. The threats to Earth will come fast and hit hard, and every page from Pepe and Marte will blow your hair back. See you in July.”

NYC's Largest Teacher Union Endorses Stringer for Mayor

NYC’s Largest Teacher Union Endorses Stringer for Mayor
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(Bloomberg) -- New York City’s largest teacher’s union said on Monday that it would back Scott Stringer for mayor, handing the city’s chief financial officer an influential endorsement ahead of the competitive June 22 Democratic primary.
The United Federation of Teachers, which represents more than 100,000 school employees, has been at the center of contentious negotiations over school re-openings after the pandemic shuttered the largest public school system in the U.S. The union has also been vocal over Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to overhaul the city’s gifted and talented program and the appointment of new schools chancellor Meisha Ross Porter.

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The Comptroller of the State of New York, as Trustee of the New York State Common Retirement Fund (CRF), seeks proposals from qualified firms to provide Real Assets Consultant Services for the CRF.
Deadline for receipt of proposals is May 24, 2021 at 4:00 pm ET. The deadline for Submission of Written Questions is April 26, 2021 4:00 pm ET. Additional information about this RFP may be obtained on the Office of the State Comptroller’s website

Our/New York Partners With Rethink Food to Release Vodka Infused with New York City Grown Basil

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Our/New York Partners With Rethink Food to Release Vodka Infused with New York City Grown Basil
Our/New York – Manhattan’s first distillery since Prohibition and producer of small batch, high-quality vodka – is unveiling its innovative basil-infused vodka, created with real basil sourced locally in New York City. The small batch infusion uses surplus basil from Brooklyn-based urban farm Square Roots, in partnership with transformational non-profit Rethink Food, to add a gentle basil flavor to the spirit. Our/New York Basil will be released in a limited run of 1,800 bottles, and is now available in select retailers, bars, and restaurants across New York City.

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