After a months-long investigation, the state attorney general’s report paints a devastating portrait of behavior by New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D), finding that he harassed 11 women. Investigators said witnesses also described an environment in the governor’s office that was abusive and vindictive.
The reburial sparked an angry protest from some members of the Tulsa Mass Graves Public Oversight Committee, which is overseeing the investigation into whether bodies from the 1921 rampage were dumped into a pit at the city-owned Oaklawn Cemetery.
Sens. Rob Portman and Patrick J. Toomey are at odds over how to treat taxes related to Bitcoin, showing how new rifts are emerging over how to pay for the $1 trillion infrastructure proposal moving through Congress.
Former state senator Nina Turner is locked in a bitter fight with Shontel Brown, a Cuyahoga County councilor and chair of the local Democratic Party. Turner, who co-chaired Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) last presidential campaign, entered the race as the best-known candidate, and an ally of the left-wing “squad” of House Democrats.
Many Saudis see the moves as further evidence that Mohammed bin Salman is liberalizing the kingdom, but the developments also reflect his continuing effort to consolidate power and clip the wings of anyone who could challenge him.
District officials are concerned that the frequent use of leave by center workers, which can result in 12-to-16-hour shifts for those on duty, is wearing out workers and could result in dire consequences. Workers, meanwhile, are asking for more support services to help them cope with a stressful job that has been made more difficult by the pandemic.