Marianne Williamson in New York. (Mary Inhea Kang for The Washington Post) Marianne Williamson announces her run for the Democratic nomination during a speech Jan. 28 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. MUST CREDIT: Photo for The Washington Post by Alex Welsh Volunteers put up posters at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, Calif., where Marianne Williamson announced her run for the presidency. (Alex Welsh for The Washington Post) Supporters cheer on Williamson at the Saban Theatre. (Alex Welsh for The Washington Post) Williamson has written 12 spiritually minded books, seven of them bestsellers. (Alex Welsh for The Washington Post) Williamson signing books and meeting supporters at a luncheon for the Democratic Women of Greenville County in Greenville, S.C., last month. (Photo by Jacob Biba for The Washington Post) Williamson signing books and meeting supporters at a luncheon for the Democratic Women of Greenville County in Greenville, S.C., last month. … [Read more...] about Self-help author Marianne Williamson wants to be your healer in chief
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Economy Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Economy | Amazon’s New York Home Qualifies as ‘Distressed’ Under Federal Tax Law Supported by ByJim Tankersley Nov. 14, 2018 There are wine bars and a cycling studio along the riverfront in Long Island City, among gleaming high-rise apartment buildings with views of Midtown Manhattan. The soon-to-open library branch is a modern art cube of concrete, the median income is $138,000 a year, and America’s hottest online retailer is about to move in. In the eyes of the federal government, the census tract that will house Amazon’s new headquarters in New York is an “opportunity zone,” eligible for tax credits meant to spur investment in low-income communities. The retail giant said Tuesday that it had selected this upscale slice of Long Island City to house one of two new secondary … [Read more...] about Amazon’s New York Home Qualifies as ‘Distressed’ Under Federal Tax Law
The DEVASTATING fire which ripped through the Grenfell tower block in West London left 89 dead and hundreds homeless. Investigations and recovery operations took months and an inquest continues following the blaze, which broke out in the early hours of June 14, 2017. Here's what we know... How many people died in the Grenfell Tower fire? Police confirmed in November 2017, more than five months after the fire, that 72 people had died including a stillborn baby. The first victims were named as Syrian refugee Mohammed Al Haj Ali, 23, and artist Khadija Saye, 24. A public inquiry into the cause and spread of the fire officially opened on September 14, 2017 - exactly three months on from the inferno. Recently retired lord justice of appeal, Sir Martin Moore-Bick, was appointed to lead the Grenfell Tower public inquiry which started on May 21. On September 19 last year, police revealed they were considering pursuing individual manslaughter charges as well as the broader … [Read more...] about Grenfell Tower fire victims – how many people were killed in the London blaze last year?
Nathan Bomey and John Gallagher Detroit Free Press Published 5:43 p.m. UTC May 24, 2018 Originally published Sept. 15, 2013 Detroit is broke, but it didn’t have to be. An in-depth Free Press analysis of the city’s financial history back to the 1950s shows that its elected officials and others charged with managing its finances repeatedly failed — or refused — to make the tough economic and political decisions that might have saved the city from financial ruin. Instead, amid a huge exodus of residents, plummeting tax revenues and skyrocketing home abandonment, Detroit’s leaders engaged in a billion-dollar borrowing binge, created new taxes and failed to cut expenses when they needed to. Simultaneously, they gifted workers and retirees with generous bonuses. And under pressure from unions and, sometimes, arbitrators, they failed to cut health care benefits — saddling the city with staggering costs that today threaten the safety and quality of … [Read more...] about How Detroit went broke: The answers may surprise you — and don’t blame Coleman Young
Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN, CBS NEWS: It's Sunday May 20. I'm Margaret Brennan. And this is FACE THE NATION. (BEGIN AUDIO CLIP) UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We have several shots fired. (END AUDIO CLIP) BRENNAN: The country is reeling from yet another deadly school shooting. This time, eight students and two teachers were killed and 13 injured at Santa Fe High School just outside of Houston on Friday. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: This has been going on too long in our country, too many years, too many decades now. (END VIDEO CLIP) BRENNAN: We will have the latest on what motivated the 17-year-old attacker to take his father's shotgun and revolver to stage a massacre at his own high school. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) GOV. GREG ABBOTT (R), TEXAS: The red flag warnings were either nonexistent or very imperceptible. (END VIDEO CLIP) BRENNAN: We will hear from Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo, who says … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on May 20, 2018