Grim photos show how bad the choking smog has become in New Delhi – Business Insider

Grim photos show how bad the choking smog has become in New Delhi –...

Vehicles ply on road amid heavy smog, at NH 9 road, on November 3, 2019 in Ghaziabad, India.Sakib Ali/Hindustan Times via Getty In New Delhi, the Indian government declared a public health emergency as smog levels more than doubled a "severe-plus" level, based on an index that measures particles, fumes, and chemicals in the air.…
Investment suggestions for inflationary periods from Chris Brightman – Business Insider

Investment suggestions for inflationary periods from Chris Brightman – Business Insider

Chris Brightman, the chief investment officer at Research Affiliates, thinks this current prolonged period of low inflation and interest rates will not go on in perpetuity. He said this period "isn't normal" and detailed three specific areas for investors to allocate to when inflation and interest rates start to creep higher.Click here for more BI Prime…
SDNY US attorney Geoffrey Berman says he will step down – Business Insider

SDNY US attorney Geoffrey Berman says he will step down – Business Insider

Geoffrey S. Berman, United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, arrives to his office in New York on Saturday, June 20, 2020. Kevin Hagen/AP Manhattan US attorney Geoffrey Berman said Saturday that he will step down from his position following a tense standoff with Attorney General William Barr.Barr initially attempted to oust…
Trump mentioned Biden in June call with Chinese President Xi Jinping

Trump mentioned Biden in June call with Chinese President Xi Jinping

Andy Wong/AP Photo During a June phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Donald Trump brought up former Vice President Joe Biden's political prospects, CNN reported Thursday, as well as those of Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who by that time had started surging in the polls. CNN reported that a transcript of the…
Birx reportedly said ‘there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust’ – Business Insider

Birx reportedly said ‘there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust’ –...

The White House's coronavirus task force response coordinator, Deborah Birx, said in a recent meeting that "there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust," The Washington Post reported.Birx and others reportedly feared that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was using inflated data on coronavirus death and case rates.One internal Trump administration…
WeWork founder Adam Neumann sues SoftBank over tender offer – Business Insider

WeWork founder Adam Neumann sues SoftBank over tender offer – Business Insider

WeWork founder Adam Neumann is suing SoftBank for backing out of a planned $3 billion stock purchase. He could group his lawsuit with a similar case filed last month by two former board members.Neumann's lawsuit claims that in late December, SoftBank and Marcelo Claure, WeWork's chairman, amended the agreed-upon order of the stock purchase agreement without…
An 82-year-old woman is the first coronavirus death in New York state – Insider

An 82-year-old woman is the first coronavirus death in New York state – Insider

New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Saturday that an 82-year-old woman with a pre-existing respiratory condition has died after becoming infected with coronavirus.This marks the first coronavirus-related death in New York, where there are currently more than 500 positive cases.At the time of writing, the US has more than 2,300 cases of coronavirus, and…
Boris Johnson briefed by Anders Tegnell before new coronavirus rules – Business Insider

Boris Johnson briefed by Anders Tegnell before new coronavirus rules – Business Insider

Boris Johnson was briefed by the architect of Sweden's no-lockdown policy, Anders Tegnell, before announcing new coronavirus restrictions this week. The new restrictions, which include a curfew on bars and restaurants, fell short of much tougher measures reportedly being pushed by his own scientific advisers. Tegnell was the architect of Sweden's decision not to impose…
Trump defends supporter charged with double homicide in Kenosha – Business Insider

Trump defends supporter charged with double homicide in Kenosha – Business Insider

A man wears a shirt calling for freedom for Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, the man who allegedly shot protesters in Wisconsin, during a US President Donald Trump Campaign Rally, the day after the end of the Republican National Convention, at Manchester airport in Londonderry, New Hampshire on August 28, 2020. JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP via Getty Images President…
Alexei Navalny leaves hospital, shows scars similar to Yulia Skripal – Business Insider

Alexei Navalny leaves hospital, shows scars similar to Yulia Skripal – Business Insider

A composite image of Alexei Navalny in a photo posted September 22, 2020; and Yulia Skripal in London on May 23, 2018. Both photos were taken after they were released from the hospital following Novichok poisoning. Alexei Navalny/Instagram; Dylan Martinez/Reuters; Business Insider Alexei Navalny left a Berlin hospital on Tuesday with new scars that mirror…

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