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    President BidenJoe Biden​​Ukrainian president presses for preemptive sanctions against Russia New Mexico rep to introduce bill offering asylum to Canadian truckers protesting vaccine mandates Ocasio-Cortez claps back after Tucker Carlson refers to her as 'entitled white lady' MORE has agreed to meet with Russian President Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich Putin​​Ukrainian president presses for preemptive sanctions against Russia Biden to convene National Security Council meeting on Ukraine 5 things to know today about the Russia-Ukraine crisis MORE in the coming days on the condition that Russia does not move forward with an invasion of Ukraine, the White House announced late Sunday. "As the President has repeatedly made clear, we are committed to pursuing diplomacy until the moment an invasion begins," press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiBiden to convene National Security Council meeting on Ukraine Biden request for COVID-19 funds faces resistance from lawmakers Overnight Defense & National Security — Biden 'convinced' Russia will invade Ukraine MORE said in a statement. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will meet Thursday with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, and Biden "accepted in principle a meeting with President Putin following that...
    Quebec’s Premier signaled that he is willing to meet with the Freedom Convoy, in stark comparison to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who ruled out a meeting with the protesters. “I am always available to meet with people who are in good faith to try to see how we can help them answer their questions, their concerns,” said Premier Francois Legault. The “Freedom Convoy” is a group of thousands of Canadian truckers who have traveled across the country protesting Trudeau’s vaccine and public health mandates. Quebec imposed numerous lockdowns and other public health mandates throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Quebec does not allow unvaccinated people in large retail stores, restaurants, or other public events. Over the weekend, The convoy reached the country’s capital city, Ottawa. They are reportedly traveling to Quebec next. A Facebook event for the Quebec Freedom Convoy read: Montreal/Quebec City convoy in support of the Truckers heading to the Quebec City Parliament. The city of Ottawa is preparing to dismantle the demonstration. Many truckers have not been able to get in and many en route will not be able to get in...
    (CBS4) — Union representatives say they are prepared to meet King Soopers at the bargaining table on Friday morning. CBS4 has reached out to King Soopers for a comment about the development. This announcement comes after the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 turned down what King Soopers Division President Joe Kelley called their best and final offer. Thousands of King Soopers employees walked off the job on Wednesday. King Soopers grocery store workers wave at passing cars as they strike at more than 70 stores across the Denver metro area on Jan. 12, 2022 in Denver. (credit: Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images) On Thursday, Kim Cordova, President of UFCW Local 7, which represents approximately 17,000 Essential Grocery workers from Kroger/King Soopers, issued a statement that said, in part: “This afternoon, we sent a letter to King Soopers indicating that the Union is prepared to resume negotiations with the Company over a successor agreement tomorrow, January 14 at 11:00 AM MT…” Cordova said they are asking Kelley to attend. Cordova and Kelley have claimed the other has been unwilling to negotiate....
    A WOMAN revealed she will often reach out to men in relationships through social media to see if they're loyal to their girlfriends and wives. Those same girlfriends and wives will ask the woman to do it. 4A woman is often employed by others to help figure out if their partners are loyalCredit: TikTok 4In this instance, a wife asked her to reach out to her husband after he began sneaking aroundCredit: TikTok A woman, whose identity The Sun has decided to protect, shared that a concerned wife reached out to her after she suspected her husband might be cheating. In an Instagram exchange, the woman allegedly told her: "Hello! I saw your TikToks and I was wondering if you could test my husband. "We've been together for nine years. Recently, he's been really sneaky and staying at work late so I'm suspicious of him. Thank you so much!" She agreed to help her out and reached out to the woman's husband through Instagram. The brunette beauty then messaged the husband, telling him he was cute, a prompt...
    Chappelle said the documentary would instead play at select theaters in 10 major cities. He also said he was willing to meet with the transgender community but only under his conditions. "To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience, but you will not summon me. I am not bending to anybody's demands. And if you want to meet with me, I'd be more than willing to, but I have some conditions," he said. "First of all, you cannot come if you have not watched my special from beginning to end. You must come to a place of my choosing at a time of my choosing, and thirdly, you must admit that Hannah Gadsby is not funny!" he added. Gadsby was one of the comedians who lashed out at Netflix over the controversy. "For the record, and I need you to know this," Chappelle added, "everyone I know from that community has been loving and supporting, so I don't know what all this nonsense is about." Here's the...
    Comedian Dave Chappelle said he is not backing down in the face of backlash over jokes he made in his new Netflix special concerning the transgender community. "I say what I said, and, boy, I heard what you said . Oh my God. How could I not?" Chappelle said in an Instagram video of him speaking to a crowd from a stage. "For the record, and I need you to know this, everyone I know from that community has been nothing but loving and supportive. So I don't know what this nonsense is about." "They said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. Well, it seems like I'm the only one that can't go to the office anymore," he added. BLACK TRANSGENDER COMEDIAN DEFENDS DAVE CHAPPELLE'S JOKES: 'NO TOPIC IS OFF LIMITS' Chappelle's latest comedy special, The Closer, has not only sparked social media criticism but also prompted heated protests at Netflix's Los Angeles headquarters. Chappelle denied claims that he is refusing to meet with members of the LGBTQ community to discuss the...
    Dave Chappelle, whose comments about transgender people led to a furious backlash from the LGBTQ community, has said he will 'not bend to anyone's demands' over what he can and cannot say.  In recent weeks, comedian has faced calls for him to be cancelled following jokes  made in a stand-up special for the streaming service, Netflix.  Chappelle courted controversy with his jokes in which he asserts 'gender is a fact,' and criticizes what he says is the thin skin of the trans community.  The jokes were based upon earlier observations made by Harry Potter author J K Rowling's who in 2019 stated that transgender women were not actually women and were a threat to her identity. Comedian Dave Chappelle, 48, together with Netflix has faced backlash from the LGBTQ community for remarks made in his latest special On Monday, Chapelle spoke out for the first time about the controversy in a five minute video which was posted to Instagram.  'To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience, but you will not summon me,' Chapelle stated in a...
    Dave Chappelle has spoken out about the controversy over his Netflix special "The Closer" in a new stand-up video, saying that he is willing to meet with transgender Netflix employees or other members of the trans community, but won’t bend "to anybody’s demands." In the video, Chappelle remained unapologetic about the special — which was accused of containing transphobic and homophobic remarks and led to a walkout at Netflix — saying: "I said what I said." "It’s been said in the press that I was invited to speak to the transgender employees of Netflix and I refused. That is not true — if they had invited me I would have accepted it, although I am confused about what we would be speaking about," Chappelle said in the video. "I said what I said, and boy, I heard what you said. My God, how could I not? You said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. It seems like I’m the only one that can’t go to the office anymore." ED SHEERAN TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19, WILL CONTINUE PERFORMING FROM...
    MASON JONES is the latest Welshman to be signed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship. The undefeated Jones signed with the UFC last October after claiming Cage Warriors' welterweight title, a feat which saw him follow in the footsteps of Conor McGregor and become the promotion's second simultaneous two-division champion. 8Mason Jones is the latest Cage Warriors champion to have joined the UFCCredit: INSTAGRAM/MASONJONES 8Mason Jones is undefeated his ten professional mixed martial arts fansCredit: INSTAGRAM/MASONJONES Jones, 10-0, has been matched up against UFC veteran Mike Davis in his debut, which will take place on Wednesday evening on the prelim portion of UFC Fight Island. SunSport's Chisanga Malata caught up with The Dragon ahead of his octagon bow to recap the months following his signing and to preview his showdown with the dangerous Davis. CHISANGA MALATA: I'm not going to say the journey is complete, but you're here, you're wearing the UFC hoodie. How does it feel now you're finally in the UFC? MASON JONES: The way I see it is that I'm at the bottom of the mountain now. I...
    (CNN)State Department officials who work with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have told the department's career transition team that he will meet with President-elect Joe Biden's incoming State Department team, according to two sources familiar with the message.The announcement comes as a bit of a surprise, as Pompeo has not yet publicly recognized Biden's victory or openly welcomed the President-elect's incoming team. It's not clear if other Trump administration Cabinet members have met with or expressed a willingness to meet with Biden transition teams. The officials said Pompeo would meet Biden's representatives at the right time but that they did not know exactly when a meeting would take place. Outgoing secretaries of state in the past have met with their successors as a show of good faith and commitment to US national security, regardless of political party, but President Donald Trump's refusal to concede the election has delayed work on the transition to the incoming Biden administration.During the transition from President George W. Bush to President Barack Obama, then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice had dinner with Hillary Clinton, who Obama...
    Joe Biden says he would be willing to meet with President Donald Trump at the White House if invited, the Washington Examiner said citing a pool report. “Of course I would, if he asked,” Biden said Tuesday. While it is customary for the incumbent president to invite his successor to the White House, Trump has refused to concede the election with lawsuits pending in several states contesting the results. While then-president Barack Obama met with Trump two days after the 2016 election, George H.W. Bush hosted Bill Clinton two weeks after the election in 1992. And the last time election results were disputed, in 2000 when then-Vice President Al Gore challenged results in Florida, the Supreme Court did not settle the matter until Dec. 12. Clinton hosted then-President-elect George W. Bush on Dec. 19, one day after the Electoral College voted to make Bush president. The Examiner said the last time Trump and Biden spoke to one another outside of their two debates in the fall was in April during a private conversation about the novel coronavirus outbreak. The conversation, it said,...
    USAF/Getty Images Pentagon officials are reportedly willing to meet with members of Joe Biden’s transition team informally if a standoff over the White House transition continues into December. “January is too late,” one official told The Wall Street Journal in a report published Tuesday. It isn’t clear how many officials would be involved with that effort, or the extent to which the mutiny against President Donald Trump extends to the department’s leadership. The president last week appointed Christopher Miller to replace fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper, with whom Trump disagreed on a range of issues, including the withdrawal of troops from the Middle East, which the administration reportedly plans to do by Jan. 15. The General Services Administration, meanwhile, has refused to declare Biden the winner of the presidential election, mostly preventing federal agencies from working with Biden’s transition team, and preventing his team from claiming $9.9 million in federal funding to assist with related activities. There are few legal maneuvers to force the issue before Dec. 14, when members of the Electoral College vote for president. Certificates recording the result...
    DUBLIN, Calif. (KGO) -- Four days before his Black Lives Matter event is even set to happen, 17-year-old Denel McMahan says part of his mission has been accomplished."One of my goals is to always educate people," said McMahan.RELATED: 'Black Lives Matter Cemetery' in front yard, features names of people killed by policeOn Sunday afternoon, McMahan will host a "Sign Garden for Justice" outside the Dublin Civic Center, much like those recently held in other Tri-Valley cities.But the Dublin High senior felt threatened after Mike Grant, the owner of a local gun business, posted on Facebook, with a picture of McMahan and a call to action for counter-protesters to "please bring your vests and helmets in case these BLM people start trouble.""I was very shaken. I wasn't actually able to think properly either," said McMahon. "I didn't know how to go at this, because this was my first time ever dealing with this."The threatening post prompted Denel's father to call Grant directly. It seems that conversation and angry social media reaction to his post made an impression on Grant. “I’m more...
    PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron would meet with Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanouskaya if she requests a meeting, French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said on Monday. Attal was speaking at a news conference after a cabinet meeting. (Reporting by Dominique Vidalon; Writing by Matthieu Protard; Editing by Toby Chopra) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told lawmakers on Tuesday that he was willing to restart COVID-19 relief negotiations with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at any time. But Mnuchin balked at Pelosi’s $2.2 trillion price tag and said it was too high during his testimony in front of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, which is investigating the federal government’s response to the pandemic. “Let me say I very much agree with you and those other experts that more fiscal response is needed,” Mnuchin said, according to a report by The Hill. “The president and I want to move forward with more fiscal response.” “I’m prepared to sit down with the Speaker at any time to negotiate,” he said. Talks between the two sides fell apart when Pelosi (D. Calif) and Mnuchin could not come to an agreement earlier this month on how big the next COVID-19 aid bill should be following weeks of negotiations. The two sides failed to make a deal before the $600-per-week federal boost to unemployment ran out. President Trump, frustrated by the...
    WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told lawmakers on Tuesday that he was willing to restart COVID-19 relief negotiations with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at any time. But Mnuchin balked at Pelosi’s $2.2 trillion price tag and said it was too high during his testimony in front of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, which is investigating the federal government’s response to the pandemic. “Let me say I very much agree with you and those other experts that more fiscal response is needed,” Mnuchin said, according to a report by The Hill. “The president and I want to move forward with more fiscal response.” “I’m prepared to sit down with the Speaker at any time to negotiate,” he said. Talks between the two sides fell apart when Pelosi (D. Calif) and Mnuchin could not come to an agreement earlier this month on how big the next COVID-19 aid bill should be following weeks of negotiations. The two sides failed to make a deal before the $600-per-week federal boost to unemployment ran out. President Trump, frustrated by the impasse,...
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