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World news – IN – Polling for J&K’s District Development Councils to be held...
There will be 14 constituencies in each District Development Councils The last phase of polling will take place on 19 December and the counting of votes will happen on 22 December
World News – US – Kansas Mayor resigns after taking up USA TODAY’s story...
. . Dodge City Mayor Joyce Warshaw pushed for a mask mandate amid the COVID-19 pandemic and then resigned after threats from local residents, she said.
World News – AU – Award-winning photojournalist injured in Paris protest
. . News outlets such as Agence-France Presse joined forces with media rights activists to denounce the violation of an award-winning Syrian photojournalist during a Paris protest against police brutality.
World News – AU – Beijing storms into the last 16, deja vu for...
. . Beijing Guoan and Ulsan Hyundai Motors continued their relentless march in the Asian Champions League at the expense of Australian teams who suffered another day of misery on Friday.
World News – United States – Election Day Blog: Many Races In Arizona Too...
Arizona voters went to the polls on Tuesday to vote in the general election, while a record number of voters cast their ballots earlyFollow the day's Arizona updates with KJZZ and The Associated Press → 2020 Election Results: National and Arizona Races12: 56 am - Biden wins Arizona, State reversed for Dems
World News – US – Development of the results of the 2020 general election...
Vote 2020 (Photo: Michael Appleton / Mayor's Office) The results are unofficial, hundreds of thousands of ballots have yet to be counted, and only certain races in New York can be called as of election night, but millions of votes cast by New Yorkers in the 2020 general election provided an indication of the winners of a number of races Total in-person votes in New York state reached 6,495,194 on election night, according to the State Council of Elections, including 2,346,302 in New York City, with hundreds of thousands of missing ballots remaining to be counted We don't know who won the presidential race, but Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won New York and its 29 electoral votes, at this point winning 5516% of the votes counted in New York, President Donald Trump and Vice- President Mike Pence receiving 428% In New York City, Biden and Harris received around 73% of the presidential / vice-presidential votes, with Trump and Pence around 26% Like all other numbers, these numbers are sure to change as the rest of the votes are counted. More than 287,338 of the statewide votes (170,000 in New York City alone) for Biden and Harris came to the Working Families Party polling line, meaning the party has reached the new state threshold and will continue to have an automatic voting line in the future , for at least two more years Trump and Pence received 249,078 of their votes across the state on the Conservative Party line, also helping him reach the threshold to keep his ballot line. small political parties seem doomed to failure In New York's 11th Congressional District, spanning all of Staten Island and part of southern Brooklyn, Rep Max Rose, a first-term Democrat, has been locked in a bitter battle with the Republican Assembly member Nicole Malliotakis The challenger holds a big lead on election night and declared victory, while Rose stressed that the votes of potential absentees remained to be counted and did not concede Without any vote of those absent counted in the race, 236,008 votes were counted on election night, the Malliotakis taking 136,382, or nearly 58% against 42% of Rose and 99,224 votes A similar dynamic is playing out in the overlapping 22nd South Brooklyn State Senate, where outgoing first-term Democrat Andrew Gounardes is challenged by Republican Vito Bruno Without the counting of the postal votes, 75,293 votes had been counted on election night, and Bruno led with 40,621 votes, or nearly 54%, to Gounardes' 34,586 votes, or nearly 46% The city's electoral board has already received 12,744 absent ballots in the district, with more chances of arriving, and they are leaning heavily towards Democratic voters, according to figures provided by the BOE It remains to be seen whether these Democratic voters, among others, fall sufficiently in favor of the Gounardes. In the overlapping 46th Assembly District, Democratic Assembly member Mathylde Frontus is struggling against Republican challenger Mark Szuszkiewicz With thousands of votes missing to count, Frontus received 15,030 votes (4,566%) in the 17 852 Szuszkiewicz votes (542%) The Gounardes' race is part of the battle for control of the state Senate, which Democrats toppled in 2018 and took a large margin that Republicans were hoping to nibble on this year to prepare to retake the chamber in 2022 The GOP appears to be on the verge of gaining traction, although there are still plenty of votes to go and seat calculations are somewhat tricky While Gounardes and several other Democratic Senate incumbents are struggling, Democrats are set to overthrow a few seats that are or were most recently held by Republicans The 22nd District is the only competitive State Senate race in New York, while several races in Long Island and north of the Five Boroughs are very competitive(A full rundown of competitive State Senate races will be available later Wednesday) While Democrats are in no danger of losing the Assembly majority or having to worry about the significant drop in the margin, Frontus is not the only struggling outgoing Democrat, and Democrats have also had struggling to win multiple open seats without an incumbent Other Democrats who could be eliminated include Edward Braunstein of Queens and Michael Cusick of Staten Island, although both will likely prevail once the missing ballots are counted Republicans also appear poised to retain Malliotakis' assembly seat in a district Democrats had begun to hope Upper East Side Democratic Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright looks set to retain her seat amid a fiery Republican challenge complicated by the fact that Seawright's campaign made mistakes that kept her from participating in the Democratic Party poll And the Suffering Phara Forrest, who defeated the assembly Walter Mosley in the Democratic primary in June, again prevailed over Mosley, who was on the voting line of the Working Families Party. Less competitive races that can and have been called include: - Democratic City Council member Donovan Richards winning the race to become the next Borough of Queens president -Democrat Darma Diaz was not contested in the general election and will become the next member of Brooklyn's 37th District City Council, a seat vacant since Rafael Espinal resigned for a position in the private sector -Democrat Jabari Brisport wins the 25th District of the State Senate in Brooklyn to replace retired Senator Velmanette Montgomery -Ritchie Torres, Democratic City Council member, wins 15th Congressional District seat to replace retired Representative José Serrano -Jamaal Bowman winning the 16th Congressional District in the Bronx and Westchester, after beating Rep Eliot Engel in the Democratic Primary -Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez winning her first nomination for re-election in the 14th Congressional District of the Bronx and Queens - New York City Congressional Representatives Gregory Meeks, Grace Meng, Nydia Velazquez, Hakeem Jeffries, Yvette Clarke, Jerry Nadler, Carolyn Maloney and Adriano Espaillat, all Democrats, are all on their way for re-election Congressional Races Outside New York City - It looks like Republicans will hold the 1st and 2nd Congressional District Seats on Long Island, via Rep Lee Zeldin and Candidate Andrew Garbarino, respectively -Democratic Representative Tom Suozzi lags behind in 3rd and Democratic Representative Kathleen Rice leads in 4th, with the missing ballots still to count -World Democrat Jones to win 17th Congressional District seat -Democratic Repeats Sean Patrick Maloney and Antonio Delgado are in close races in the 18th and 19th Districts, respectively, as the mail-in vote tally is about to begin -Democratic Representative Paul Tonko has a dominant leadership in the 20th Congressional District -Republican Elise Stefanik has a top leadership in the 21st Congressional District -Democratic Rep Anthony Brandisi appears to be in trouble against former Republican Claudia Tenney, whom he toppled in 2018 in the 22nd Congressional District - Republicans Tom Reed, John Katko and Chris Jacobs appear to be heading for re-election in the 23rd, 24th and 27th Congressional Districts -Democratic Repeats Joseph Morelle and Brian Higgins appear to be heading for re-election in the 25th and 26th Congressional Districts More detailed results will be available in the coming days and weeks.
World News – CA – Live Covid-19 Updates: Birx Warns White House of New...
Dr Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus coordinator, bluntly urged officials in a private memo to pursue a more aggressive approach, directly contradicting President Trump
World News – CA – University of Fredericton Elementary School Locked Out
Fredericton Police Say St. Thomas University, University of New Brunswick and Montgomery Street School are stranded Thursday morning as police deal with barricaded resident In a tweet, police said the barricaded person was in a residence in the area They ask people not to post photos
World News – CA – Danone plans biggest reshuffle in years with portfolio review
(Bloomberg) - Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber examines the French yogurt maker's entire portfolio for underperforming assets as stocks languish near a six-year low The company is investigating the sale of the brand from Vega protein powder as well as a unit in Argentina, potentially getting rid of companies that contribute 500 million euros ($ 585 million) in turnover Faber said on Monday that some divisions could cut the products they manufacture by 20% to 30% Stock rose 28% in Paris Two weeks after raising € 470 million by selling a stake in Japanese beverage maker Yakult Honsha Co, Faber set to make even more divestments It may get easier as the company shifts to a management system focused on geography rather than product groups Danone announced the measures on Monday, reporting a 2 5% drop in third quarter sales, at constant scope Danone struggled for years amid a competitive grocery market in Europe, rising milk prices and upstart competitors like Chobani in the 'US The company lost about a quarter of its market value in 2020 CFO Cecile Cabanis leaves management "Danone is way behind the curve," said Duncan Fox, analyst at Blo omberg Intelligence “It's been several years of slow growth The company may need to resort to larger asset sales in its categories during a transition year in 2021” Faber said that the smaller brands, which were in vogue there Five years ago, have become smaller The company will also look at factories, logistics, supplies and fleets to make them more efficient, said CEORead more: Revenge of Hot Pockets: Covid-19 reinvigorates tired old brands Juergen Esser, currently CFO of Danone's bottled water business, will replace Cabanis, who is leaving in February after 16 years in the company "Today , we are convinced that we have the right categories ”, declared Cabanis during a call to journalists. “It will be a deep and granular review of the assets” Danone said it has appointed Shane Grant as regional CEO for North America and Veronique Penchienati-Bosetta as CEO for Europe and the rest of the world Henri Bruxelles will become Deputy CEO The company withdrew its forecast for this year in April, as the drop in tourism and restaurants weighed on its bottled water business On Monday, he gave a new forecast for a 14% recurring operating margin and € 18 billion in free cash flow this year (Updates with CEO's comments in the sixth paragraph) For more articles like this- Here, please visit us at bloombergSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted source of business news © 2020 Bloomberg LP
World News – United States – Trump’s taxes show chronic losses and years of...
The Times obtained tax information from Donald Trump spanning more than two decades, revealing distressed properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions of debts to come
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