Trump and Russia saga started with a simple ‘internet phone book’ search

Washington, DC – They let their electronic fingers walk. Opposition research that found a since-disclosed back channel between Donald Trump and Russia began with a simple search of Trump’s name in an “internet phone book.” Misleading origin of alleged electronic communication between Russia and Trump exposed in document I entered the evidence at trial Former … Read more

First Lady, Selena Gomez highlights youth mental health

The first lady welcomed Dr. Jill Biden with singer and actress Selena Gomez at the White House on Wednesday for a discussion on young people’s mental health in an effort to bring the stigmatized topic out of the shadows and into the light. What you need to know First Lady Jill Biden welcomed singer and … Read more

Trump Russia adviser Fiona Hill describes Putin’s dinner

A former U.S. National Security Council official described a strange dinner meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin — which smelled “almost as if he came out of a private prep bathroom.” Fiona Hill, who served as an adviser on Russia under then-President Donald Trump, littered the strongman during a recent sit-in. With “Desert Island Discs” … Read more

Experts warn that recalling Johnny Depp to return to the platform may be ‘risky’

Legal experts told The Post that Amber Heard calling Johnny Depp back on the stage could be a “risk” – in part because of how much he liked him when he testified in the ex-couple’s defamation trial. Sources close to Heard told the newspaper last week that the Aquaman actress’s legal team may do so … Read more

Yellen calls for ‘huge’ economic aid to Ukraine | Business and Economics News

The United States is currently preparing a $40 billion package for Ukraine and is expected to win final approval in the Senate as soon as Wednesday. by Christopher Condon and Christopher AnsteyBloomberg Posted on May 17, 2022May 17 2022 US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has issued a call for widespread economic aid to Ukraine, warning … Read more

Gary Gould appointed as chief radiologist | News Center

Gary Gold, MD, professor of radiology, was appointed chair of the department of radiology. His appointment began on April 16. Gould, who has been a physician, researcher, and educator at Stanford University for 22 years, served as interim chair of the department beginning in July 2020, when the former chair, Sanjeev Sam Gambhir, Die. Gold … Read more

US wildfire dangers spread east as climate risks grow | Climate Crisis News

US states, from New Jersey to Georgia, thousands of kilometers from wildfire hotspots in the West, face an increased risk of wildfires, as global warming makes “safe havens” increasingly rare, researchers warn. Wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across the United States, according to First Street modeling. CorporationIt … Read more

Billionaire Adani buys Indian Cement BusinessHolcim for $10.5 billion | Business and Economics News

Swiss building materials company Holcim Ltd. has agreed to sell its Indian operations to local billionaire Gautam Adani, currently the richest person in Asia, another step in CEO Jan Jenich’s pivot away from traditional cement. The company said in a statement on Sunday that the company will sell its 63 percent stake in Mumbai-listed Ambuja … Read more

Thousands of Minnesota tenants may have been evicted due to ‘off the books’ evictions

Thousands of Minnesota tenants may have been evicted due to ‘off the books’ evictions Across Minnesota, some landlords have exploited a loophole to bypass one of the last remaining pandemic protections against evictions. The maneuver does not require any evidence that the tenant has broken any rules or made any mistake. (Fox 9) – In … Read more