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The former White House official resigned on April 8, but came back 16 days later

Michael Anton had one last wish before leaving the White House for good.

Former National Security Council member Michael Anton resigned from his position at the White House on April 8, but before he left, he made one last request — to be allowed to come back and help cook President Trump’s state dinner for French President Emmanuel Macron. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, gave his colleague the green light.

According to The New York Times, Anton — a classically trained chef with a love for French cuisine — was deeply inspired by the recipes in Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” which he pored over during graduate school at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland. The now-48-year-old sharpened his skills while working in the Bush White House, but it wasn’t until the Obama era that he enrolled in classes at the French Culinary Institute in New York City. He also labored for free at the institute’s restaurant, L’Ecole, which has since been closed.

“You got yelled at for screwing up,” Anton told The Times. “But I liked the fact that they didn’t let you get away with things.”

This only thickened his skin for the Trump White House, which The Times claims “can mimic the high-decibel chaos of Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen.” But Anton wanted to immerse himself into the madness for one last night. So on April 24, for 45’s first state dinner, the former security aide returned to the White House as a line cook in the kitchen, where he helped prepare lamb racks and jambalaya. The menu emphasized American specialties rather than classical French cuisine, but it was a step up from Trump's favored burgers and Diet Coke.


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Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

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The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

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Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

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The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

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RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

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I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

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The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

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RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

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I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

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I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

Jimmy Kimmel Dunks on Trump for Deleting His Failing Blog

ABCLate-night host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of former President Donald Trump after he decided to put an end to his own blog, even after one of his advisers just a few months ago promised that it would be “the hottest ticket in social media.”“I know, it’s a real punch in the gut for me too,” Kimmel said sarcastically. “He was very excited about this blog for the first month after he was banned on Twitter, and now he’s just abandoning it. It’s a move he calls, ‘The Eric.’”Kimmel pointed out that the

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The probe concerns a phone call Gaetz had with a witness in the sex-crimes investigation that he is the subject of, Politico reported.

The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department

Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

Brazilians bang pots in protest as another 2,500 die of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

Why Naftali Bennett's coalition of Israeli right-wingers and Arabs could swiftly fall apart

It was the political photo opportunity that many thought impossible: a centrist, a staunch right-winger and an Arab party leader sitting together, pens at the ready to sign an agreement on forming an Israeli government. On the left of the photograph sits Yair Lapid, the centrist leader of Yesh Atid, who on Wednesday night announced he had formed a coalition that could oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a fortnight. In the middle is Naftali Bennett, a Right-wing firebrand who dreams of

Bibi’s Trying to Pull a Donald, and the GOP Is There For Him

REUTERSIt appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a new government.But if Netanyahu's 12-year run is indeed at an end, expect key segments of the GOP to treat Bibi as though he had not lost power, much as they continue to venerate Donald Trump and look at Joe Biden’s victory as illegitimate.Israel has emerg

I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

More from Axios: Sign up to get the latest market trends with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

Jimmy Kimmel Dunks on Trump for Deleting His Failing Blog

ABCLate-night host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of former President Donald Trump after he decided to put an end to his own blog, even after one of his advisers just a few months ago promised that it would be “the hottest ticket in social media.”“I know, it’s a real punch in the gut for me too,” Kimmel said sarcastically. “He was very excited about this blog for the first month after he was banned on Twitter, and now he’s just abandoning it. It’s a move he calls, ‘The Eric.’”Kimmel pointed out that the

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MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

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Trump DOJ secretly pulled phone records for 4 New York Times reporters during an investigation into a leak

The news follows recent disclosures that Washington Post reporters and CNN's Barbara Starr also had their records seized.

Nasa to launch baby squid to International Space Station

The creatures are set to start their journey to the International Space Station on Thursday.

George P. Bush running for attorney general in Texas

George P. Bush on Wednesday launched his next political move: a run for Texas attorney general in 2022 that puts the scion of a Republican dynasty against a GOP incumbent shadowed by securities fraud charges and an FBI investigation. Bush, who has served as Texas' land commissioner since 2015, is the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the nephew and grandson of two former presidents.

Prosecutors are examining if Matt Gaetz obstructed justice in the sex-trafficking investigation into him, report says

The probe concerns a phone call Gaetz had with a witness in the sex-crimes investigation that he is the subject of, Politico reported.

The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department

Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

Brazilians bang pots in protest as another 2,500 die of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

Why Naftali Bennett's coalition of Israeli right-wingers and Arabs could swiftly fall apart

It was the political photo opportunity that many thought impossible: a centrist, a staunch right-winger and an Arab party leader sitting together, pens at the ready to sign an agreement on forming an Israeli government. On the left of the photograph sits Yair Lapid, the centrist leader of Yesh Atid, who on Wednesday night announced he had formed a coalition that could oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a fortnight. In the middle is Naftali Bennett, a Right-wing firebrand who dreams of

Bibi’s Trying to Pull a Donald, and the GOP Is There For Him

REUTERSIt appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a new government.But if Netanyahu's 12-year run is indeed at an end, expect key segments of the GOP to treat Bibi as though he had not lost power, much as they continue to venerate Donald Trump and look at Joe Biden’s victory as illegitimate.Israel has emerg

I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

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The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

Jimmy Kimmel Dunks on Trump for Deleting His Failing Blog

ABCLate-night host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of former President Donald Trump after he decided to put an end to his own blog, even after one of his advisers just a few months ago promised that it would be “the hottest ticket in social media.”“I know, it’s a real punch in the gut for me too,” Kimmel said sarcastically. “He was very excited about this blog for the first month after he was banned on Twitter, and now he’s just abandoning it. It’s a move he calls, ‘The Eric.’”Kimmel pointed out that the

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MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

Trump DOJ secretly pulled phone records for 4 New York Times reporters during an investigation into a leak

The news follows recent disclosures that Washington Post reporters and CNN's Barbara Starr also had their records seized.

Nasa to launch baby squid to International Space Station

The creatures are set to start their journey to the International Space Station on Thursday.

George P. Bush running for attorney general in Texas

George P. Bush on Wednesday launched his next political move: a run for Texas attorney general in 2022 that puts the scion of a Republican dynasty against a GOP incumbent shadowed by securities fraud charges and an FBI investigation. Bush, who has served as Texas' land commissioner since 2015, is the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the nephew and grandson of two former presidents.

Prosecutors are examining if Matt Gaetz obstructed justice in the sex-trafficking investigation into him, report says

The probe concerns a phone call Gaetz had with a witness in the sex-crimes investigation that he is the subject of, Politico reported.

The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department

Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

Brazilians bang pots in protest as another 2,500 die of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

Why Naftali Bennett's coalition of Israeli right-wingers and Arabs could swiftly fall apart

It was the political photo opportunity that many thought impossible: a centrist, a staunch right-winger and an Arab party leader sitting together, pens at the ready to sign an agreement on forming an Israeli government. On the left of the photograph sits Yair Lapid, the centrist leader of Yesh Atid, who on Wednesday night announced he had formed a coalition that could oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a fortnight. In the middle is Naftali Bennett, a Right-wing firebrand who dreams of

Bibi’s Trying to Pull a Donald, and the GOP Is There For Him

REUTERSIt appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a new government.But if Netanyahu's 12-year run is indeed at an end, expect key segments of the GOP to treat Bibi as though he had not lost power, much as they continue to venerate Donald Trump and look at Joe Biden’s victory as illegitimate.Israel has emerg

I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

Jimmy Kimmel Dunks on Trump for Deleting His Failing Blog

ABCLate-night host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of former President Donald Trump after he decided to put an end to his own blog, even after one of his advisers just a few months ago promised that it would be “the hottest ticket in social media.”“I know, it’s a real punch in the gut for me too,” Kimmel said sarcastically. “He was very excited about this blog for the first month after he was banned on Twitter, and now he’s just abandoning it. It’s a move he calls, ‘The Eric.’”Kimmel pointed out that the

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Huawei operating system coming to smartphones in Asia

The system was developed after a trade ban blocked smartphones from working fully with Google's Android.

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

Trump DOJ secretly pulled phone records for 4 New York Times reporters during an investigation into a leak

The news follows recent disclosures that Washington Post reporters and CNN's Barbara Starr also had their records seized.

Nasa to launch baby squid to International Space Station

The creatures are set to start their journey to the International Space Station on Thursday.

George P. Bush running for attorney general in Texas

George P. Bush on Wednesday launched his next political move: a run for Texas attorney general in 2022 that puts the scion of a Republican dynasty against a GOP incumbent shadowed by securities fraud charges and an FBI investigation. Bush, who has served as Texas' land commissioner since 2015, is the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the nephew and grandson of two former presidents.

Prosecutors are examining if Matt Gaetz obstructed justice in the sex-trafficking investigation into him, report says

The probe concerns a phone call Gaetz had with a witness in the sex-crimes investigation that he is the subject of, Politico reported.

The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department

Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

Brazilians bang pots in protest as another 2,500 die of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

Why Naftali Bennett's coalition of Israeli right-wingers and Arabs could swiftly fall apart

It was the political photo opportunity that many thought impossible: a centrist, a staunch right-winger and an Arab party leader sitting together, pens at the ready to sign an agreement on forming an Israeli government. On the left of the photograph sits Yair Lapid, the centrist leader of Yesh Atid, who on Wednesday night announced he had formed a coalition that could oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a fortnight. In the middle is Naftali Bennett, a Right-wing firebrand who dreams of

Bibi’s Trying to Pull a Donald, and the GOP Is There For Him

REUTERSIt appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a new government.But if Netanyahu's 12-year run is indeed at an end, expect key segments of the GOP to treat Bibi as though he had not lost power, much as they continue to venerate Donald Trump and look at Joe Biden’s victory as illegitimate.Israel has emerg

I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

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Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

Jimmy Kimmel Dunks on Trump for Deleting His Failing Blog

ABCLate-night host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of former President Donald Trump after he decided to put an end to his own blog, even after one of his advisers just a few months ago promised that it would be “the hottest ticket in social media.”“I know, it’s a real punch in the gut for me too,” Kimmel said sarcastically. “He was very excited about this blog for the first month after he was banned on Twitter, and now he’s just abandoning it. It’s a move he calls, ‘The Eric.’”Kimmel pointed out that the

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Huawei operating system coming to smartphones in Asia

The system was developed after a trade ban blocked smartphones from working fully with Google's Android.

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

Trump DOJ secretly pulled phone records for 4 New York Times reporters during an investigation into a leak

The news follows recent disclosures that Washington Post reporters and CNN's Barbara Starr also had their records seized.

Nasa to launch baby squid to International Space Station

The creatures are set to start their journey to the International Space Station on Thursday.

George P. Bush running for attorney general in Texas

George P. Bush on Wednesday launched his next political move: a run for Texas attorney general in 2022 that puts the scion of a Republican dynasty against a GOP incumbent shadowed by securities fraud charges and an FBI investigation. Bush, who has served as Texas' land commissioner since 2015, is the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the nephew and grandson of two former presidents.

Prosecutors are examining if Matt Gaetz obstructed justice in the sex-trafficking investigation into him, report says

The probe concerns a phone call Gaetz had with a witness in the sex-crimes investigation that he is the subject of, Politico reported.

The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department

Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

Brazilians bang pots in protest as another 2,500 die of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

Why Naftali Bennett's coalition of Israeli right-wingers and Arabs could swiftly fall apart

It was the political photo opportunity that many thought impossible: a centrist, a staunch right-winger and an Arab party leader sitting together, pens at the ready to sign an agreement on forming an Israeli government. On the left of the photograph sits Yair Lapid, the centrist leader of Yesh Atid, who on Wednesday night announced he had formed a coalition that could oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a fortnight. In the middle is Naftali Bennett, a Right-wing firebrand who dreams of

Bibi’s Trying to Pull a Donald, and the GOP Is There For Him

REUTERSIt appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a new government.But if Netanyahu's 12-year run is indeed at an end, expect key segments of the GOP to treat Bibi as though he had not lost power, much as they continue to venerate Donald Trump and look at Joe Biden’s victory as illegitimate.Israel has emerg

I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


Home caretakers and personal aides are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S.

Home caretakers and personal aides, who are overwhelmingly Latinas and Black women, are among the worst-paid workers in the U.S., even as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of their care.

Why it matters: Most home health aides have no benefits, like Medicaid, and earn $10 to $13 an hour on average, which they say barely covers the cost of traveling to and from their house calls.

Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

The Biden administration’s jobs plan would raise wages for these workers, who “have been underpaid and undervalued for too long.”

What they’re saying: “We are part of the healthcare system, but by name only, not based on our access to rights,” health aide Orbelina del Carmen tells Noticias Telemundo.

Del Carmen has no health coverage and got COVID-19 while on her job.

More from Axios: Sign up to get the latest market trends with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

Google removes its head of diversity after 2007 blog post surfaces in which he claimed Jews have ɺn insatiable appetite for war'

Kamau Bobb, the global lead for diversity strategy and research, wrote in a 2007 post that Israel had "an insatiable appetite for vengeful violence."

Jimmy Kimmel Dunks on Trump for Deleting His Failing Blog

ABCLate-night host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of former President Donald Trump after he decided to put an end to his own blog, even after one of his advisers just a few months ago promised that it would be “the hottest ticket in social media.”“I know, it’s a real punch in the gut for me too,” Kimmel said sarcastically. “He was very excited about this blog for the first month after he was banned on Twitter, and now he’s just abandoning it. It’s a move he calls, ‘The Eric.’”Kimmel pointed out that the

AdPlace A Bag On Your Car Mirror When Traveling

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Huawei operating system coming to smartphones in Asia

The system was developed after a trade ban blocked smartphones from working fully with Google's Android.

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

MyPillow's Mike Lindell takes credit for Trump's August return-to-power fantasy

Trump DOJ secretly pulled phone records for 4 New York Times reporters during an investigation into a leak

The news follows recent disclosures that Washington Post reporters and CNN's Barbara Starr also had their records seized.

Nasa to launch baby squid to International Space Station

The creatures are set to start their journey to the International Space Station on Thursday.

George P. Bush running for attorney general in Texas

George P. Bush on Wednesday launched his next political move: a run for Texas attorney general in 2022 that puts the scion of a Republican dynasty against a GOP incumbent shadowed by securities fraud charges and an FBI investigation. Bush, who has served as Texas' land commissioner since 2015, is the son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the nephew and grandson of two former presidents.

Prosecutors are examining if Matt Gaetz obstructed justice in the sex-trafficking investigation into him, report says

The probe concerns a phone call Gaetz had with a witness in the sex-crimes investigation that he is the subject of, Politico reported.

The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department

Approximately 10 civilians were also injured in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Nigeria, according to the annual report.

Brazilians bang pots in protest as another 2,500 die of COVID-19

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Pot-banging protests erupted across several cities in Brazil on Wednesday evening as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protestors took to the streets across the country over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has so far killed almost half a million people here. On Wednesday alone, almost 100,000 Brazilians came down with the coronavirus and 2,507 died, according to government data. Earlier in the day, the nation's Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into Bolsonaro's environment minister for allegedly interfering with a police probe into illegal logging.

Why Naftali Bennett's coalition of Israeli right-wingers and Arabs could swiftly fall apart

It was the political photo opportunity that many thought impossible: a centrist, a staunch right-winger and an Arab party leader sitting together, pens at the ready to sign an agreement on forming an Israeli government. On the left of the photograph sits Yair Lapid, the centrist leader of Yesh Atid, who on Wednesday night announced he had formed a coalition that could oust prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a fortnight. In the middle is Naftali Bennett, a Right-wing firebrand who dreams of

Bibi’s Trying to Pull a Donald, and the GOP Is There For Him

REUTERSIt appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a new government.But if Netanyahu's 12-year run is indeed at an end, expect key segments of the GOP to treat Bibi as though he had not lost power, much as they continue to venerate Donald Trump and look at Joe Biden’s victory as illegitimate.Israel has emerg

I explored a trendy New York City street and its gated block of million-dollar homes once called 'Mixed Ale Alley' - and it reminded me there's history around every corner

One Insider reporter explored Grove Street in NYC's West Village, home to a gated area once named "Mixed Ale Alley" after residents' drinking habits.


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