Project Veritas uncovers suspected mail-in ballot fraud scheme led by Rep. Ilhan Omar

OAN NewsroomUPDATED 6:44 AM PT – Tuesday, September 29, 2020 One of the most controversial figures in the far-left is allegedly implicated in a massive voting fraud scheme involving mail-in ballots. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports. [embedded content] RELATED: Several states investigating accounts of mail-in voter fraud https://www.oann.com/project-veritas-uncovers-suspected-mail-in-ballot-fraud-scheme-led-by-rep-ilhan-omar/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=project-veritas-uncovers-suspected-mail-in-ballot-fraud-scheme-led-by-rep-ilhan-omar Continue reading Project Veritas uncovers suspected mail-in ballot fraud scheme led by Rep. Ilhan Omar

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot says city will ease COVID-19 restrictions in Oct.

Zach Strauss poses at Sluggers World Class Sports Bar Friday, Sept. 4, 2020, in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago. The coronavirus pandemic has been especially hard on businesses that rely on ballpark traffic, eliminating crowds at major league games, and leading to rules that limit the amount of people they can have inside their doors … Continue reading Chicago Mayor Lightfoot says city will ease COVID-19 restrictions in Oct.

Sen. Tillis slams Senate Democrats who won’t meet Amy Coney Barrett

Democrats “will find it very hard to go after” Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett if they met with her, Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday. Tillis, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, made the comment on the same day Barrett will start meeting with senators on Capitol Hill … Continue reading Sen. Tillis slams Senate Democrats who won’t meet Amy Coney Barrett

NY Fed’s Williams stresses importance of financial markets resilience

FILE PHOTO: John C. Williams, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York speaks to the Economic Club of New York in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson September 29, 2020 (Reuters) – Financial market conditions deteriorated in March to levels near or worse than those … Continue reading NY Fed’s Williams stresses importance of financial markets resilience

Philadelphia Fed’s Harker: Recovery ‘should continue’ if new virus outbreaks limited

September 29, 2020 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. economic recovery should continue, but depends on people using masks to slow the spread of the coronavirus and eventual deployment of a vaccine, Philadelphia Federal Reserve president Patrick Harker said on Tuesday. With the economy currently growing faster than initially expected since a recession took hold last … Continue reading Philadelphia Fed’s Harker: Recovery ‘should continue’ if new virus outbreaks limited

Thyssenkrupp to cut 800 jobs at automotive business

A logo of Thyssenkrupp AG is pictured at the company’s headquarters in Essen, Germany, November 21, 2018. REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen September 29, 2020 FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) – German conglomerate Thyssenkrupp <TKAG.DE> will cut 800 automotive system engineering jobs, it said on Tuesday, and said auto demand could take up to three years to recover. The impact of … Continue reading Thyssenkrupp to cut 800 jobs at automotive business

Nestle CEO says pandemic has made management more hands-on

CEO Mark Schneider of Nestle gestures during an interview with Reuters in Konolfingen, Switzerland September 28, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann September 29, 2020 By Silke Koltrowitz KONOLFINGEN, Switzerland (Reuters) – Food company Nestle SA <NESN.S> said the COVID-19 pandemic has forced its senior management to become more immersed in daily operations as executives need to deal … Continue reading Nestle CEO says pandemic has made management more hands-on

Airline traffic upturn stalled since 75% August decline: IATA

FILE PHOTO: An Airplane of German carrier Lufthansa takes off from Munich International Airport, Germany, August 4, 2020. REUTERS/Michael Dalder September 29, 2020 PARIS (Reuters) – A modest summer upturn in global air travel has stalled since August, when traffic was down 75%, the airline industry’s main global body IATA said on Tuesday. Last month’s … Continue reading Airline traffic upturn stalled since 75% August decline: IATA

Actor Jason Isaacs: People Who Don’t Wear Masks Should Be in Prison or ‘Hanging in the Streets’

People who refuse to wear masks — or wear them improperly, or “who don’t wear it over their nose” — should be “in stocks, in prison, or hanging in the streets,” according to Star Trek Discover star Jason Isaacs. “I am less annoyed by the people who don’t wear masks, who should be in the stocks … Continue reading Actor Jason Isaacs: People Who Don’t Wear Masks Should Be in Prison or ‘Hanging in the Streets’

Debate Day: Donald Trump Still Preparing for Joe Biden the Experienced Debater

President Donald Trump spent part of his Sunday preparing for his upcoming debate with former Vice President Joe Biden despite publicly ridiculing Biden’s mental acumen at campaign rallies. “We had a little debate prep before we came here,” Trump told reporters on Tuesday when he appeared Sunday with former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former … Continue reading Debate Day: Donald Trump Still Preparing for Joe Biden the Experienced Debater

‘The Boys’ Star Jack Quaid Says ‘F**k Donald Trump’ After Left-Wing Media Attack His Dad Dennis Quaid

Jack Quaid, the star of the hit Amazon superhero series The Boys, repeatedly tweeted “Fuck Donald Trump” over the weekend, just a day after a left-wing media swarm attacked his father, actor Dennis Quaid, claiming that the elder Quaid was working with the Trump administration on a recent public service announcement with Dr. Anthony Fauci. The … Continue reading ‘The Boys’ Star Jack Quaid Says ‘F**k Donald Trump’ After Left-Wing Media Attack His Dad Dennis Quaid

Most voters plan to watch first debate, poll finds

Nearly three in four voters plan to watch Tuesday’s first 2020 presidential debate at 9 p.m. ET in Cleveland, Ohio, a new Monmouth University poll found. The poll, which surveyed 809 registered U.S. voters between Sept. 24 and 27, found that 74% of respondents plan to watch what is expected to be a heated conversation between President Trump and Democratic nominee … Continue reading Most voters plan to watch first debate, poll finds

Baker Hughes announces LNG equipment order from Qatar Petroleum

September 29, 2020 (Reuters) – Baker Hughes <BHGE.N> said on Tuesday it has secured an order from Qatar Petroleum for the supply of main refrigerant compressors for Qatar’ project to expand its liquefied natural gas (LNG) capacity. Qatar is aiming to increase its LNG capacity by 2025 to 100 million tonnes from 77 million tonnes. … Continue reading Baker Hughes announces LNG equipment order from Qatar Petroleum

Democratic sweep modestly positive for S&P 500 profits: Goldman

FILE PHOTO: U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden delivers a speech on the U.S. Supreme Court at the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar September 29, 2020 LONDON (Reuters) – A victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden in U.S. elections along with his party controlling the … Continue reading Democratic sweep modestly positive for S&P 500 profits: Goldman

U.S. political risks to the fore for central banks: UBS survey

September 29, 2020 By Tom Arnold LONDON (Reuters) – Risks related to political developments in the U.S. have emerged as the main economic concern for central banks, alongside trade wars and a global slowdown, according to a UBS survey. Further disruptions of major economies by the COVID-19 crisis, including new shutdowns, were expected by a … Continue reading U.S. political risks to the fore for central banks: UBS survey

‘How Many More Get Away?’ Farage Releases Footage of Migrants Arriving ‘Under the Cover of Darkness’

Brexit leader Nigel Farage released footage of illegal migrants “landing under the cover of darkness” at Shakespeare Beach in Dover, England. The footage appears to show over a dozen mostly male migrants being escorted by local police after they, Mr Farage claimed, had landed on British shores in the early hours of Tuesday. In a … Continue reading ‘How Many More Get Away?’ Farage Releases Footage of Migrants Arriving ‘Under the Cover of Darkness’

GOP Sen. Kennedy: Democrats Oppose ACB Because They Believe in ‘Declarative Government, as Opposed to Representative Government’

Monday on Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) speculated Senate Democrat opposition to Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court went deeper than their opposition to her assumed beliefs on a handful of issues. Instead, Kennedy speculated Democrats saw Barrett as someone who saw government operating as a representative entity … Continue reading GOP Sen. Kennedy: Democrats Oppose ACB Because They Believe in ‘Declarative Government, as Opposed to Representative Government’

Barrett begins visits with senators as several Dems refuse to meet with her

Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett is set to start meeting with senators on Capitol Hill Tuesday as her accelerated confirmation process continues despite multiple Democrats refusing to see her, calling the process that led to her nomination so close to a presidential election “illegitimate.” “I believe first the whole process has been illegitimate,” … Continue reading Barrett begins visits with senators as several Dems refuse to meet with her

Exclusive: South Africa’s COVID-hit carmakers ask govt to cut taxes on new cars

FILE PHOTO: A man walks past a closed Toyota car dealership during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) nationwide lockdown in Cape Town, South Africa, April 28, 2020. Picture taken April 28, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo September 29, 2020 By Emma Rumney JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s car makers have asked the government to reduce taxes on … Continue reading Exclusive: South Africa’s COVID-hit carmakers ask govt to cut taxes on new cars

Left-wing ‘Nation’ Ponders Seccession of Democrat-run States

The Nation, a storied left-wing magazine, pondered the possibility of secession in an interview published Tuesday morning. The idea has been circulating on the left over the past few weeks, as Democrats ponder the possibility of President Donald Trump being re-elected. Though many mainstream media polls show former Vice President Joe Biden with a lead, … Continue reading Left-wing ‘Nation’ Ponders Seccession of Democrat-run States

FNC’s Carlson: ACB ‘Represents Everything That Made This a Great Country’ — Therefore, Democrats ‘Despise Her’

Monday, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson opened his show by examining reactions to President Donald Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the high court. After determining Barrett was qualified for the role, Carlson speculated Barrett’s lifestyle conflicted with a doctrine many on the left and in the media held. That, according to Carlson, is … Continue reading FNC’s Carlson: ACB ‘Represents Everything That Made This a Great Country’ — Therefore, Democrats ‘Despise Her’

Ex-IMF chief Rato acquitted in trial over Bankia’s IPO

FILE PHOTO: Former International Monetary Fund chief Rodrigo Rato sits with former Bankia officials at the start of a trial in Spain’s High Court over Bankia’s ill-fated 2011 public listing on the eve of a banking crisis in San Fernando de Henares, Spain, November 26, 2018. Fernando Alvarado/Pool via REUTERS September 29, 2020 By Jesús … Continue reading Ex-IMF chief Rato acquitted in trial over Bankia’s IPO

Lebanon’s problem is a lack of confidence not assets, Carlos Ghosn says

September 29, 2020 BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanon’s economic challenge is restoring confidence not a lack of financial assets, Carlos Ghosn, the former head of Renault and Nissan, told a news conference in Beirut to launch a management training programme at a Lebanese university. “On paper, the assets are here,” he said, saying the challenge facing … Continue reading Lebanon’s problem is a lack of confidence not assets, Carlos Ghosn says

Watch: Australian Law Professors Nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize

U.S. President Donald Trump received his third nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize on Monday, with four Australian law professors citing the “Trump Doctrine” against endless foreign wars as reason for their support. Speaking with Sky News in Australia, law professor David Flint explained why he and his colleagues decided to nominate Trump, pointing to … Continue reading Watch: Australian Law Professors Nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize

UK watchdog sets Wednesday deadline for agreement on business insurance claims

September 29, 2020 By Huw Jones and Carolyn Cohn LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s financial regulator said on Tuesday it had filed for an expedited appeal in a business interruption test case against insurers, but was seeking an agreement by Wednesday to avoid the appeals process altogether. Hundreds of thousands of mainly small British businesses are … Continue reading UK watchdog sets Wednesday deadline for agreement on business insurance claims

UK short of homegrown lab technicians, other skilled workers, Johnson says

September 29, 2020 LONDON (Reuters) – Britain has a shortage of homegrown lab technicians and other skilled workers including in construction, engineering and information technology, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday as he announced new measures to boost skills. “We have to face the fact that at this moment, when we need them so … Continue reading UK short of homegrown lab technicians, other skilled workers, Johnson says