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JPMorgan's billionaire boss Jamie Dimon was again paid $31.5 million in 2020, having warned in 2019 that income equality was a 'huge problem'

JPMorgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon. Reuters JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon earned $31.5 million from the baking giant in 2020, it announced on Thursday. He received a $1.5 million salary, $5 million cash bonus, and $25 million of restricted stock tied to performance. Dimon has repeatedly said that income inequality is a massive problem in the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon, who in 2019 decried income inequality, was paid $31.5 million in 20...
Tags: US, America, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Jp Morgan, Cbs, Donald Trump, Jamie Dimon, New Yorker, Cnbc, Trump, Reuters, Jpmorgan, JPMorgan Chase, Dimon


Shocking new video from inside Capitol riots

A video released by The New Yorker shows rioters roaming through the US Capitol. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield and national security analyst Shawn Turner discuss.
Tags: News, US, Cnn, Stories, New Yorker, Capitol, FREDRICKA WHITFIELD, Shawn Turner


Shocking new video from inside Capitol riot

A video released by The New Yorker shows rioters roaming through the US Capitol. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield and national security analyst Shawn Turner discuss.
Tags: News, US, Cnn, Stories, New Yorker, Capitol, FREDRICKA WHITFIELD, Shawn Turner


The top 9 movies on Netflix this week, from 'We Can Be Heroes' to 'Superbad'

"We Can Be Heroes" Netflix Robert Rodriguez's "We Can Be Heroes" was the most popular movie on Netflix this week.  Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of Netflix's daily top 10 lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular movies on Netflix every Friday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Robert Rodriguez's "Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl" sequel, "We Can Be Heroes," was Netflix's most popular movie this week after trailing beh...
Tags: New York Post, Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Time, US, Trends, Features, Fbi, Netflix, Dreamworks, Streaming, Liam Neeson, Npr, Rotten Tomatoes


Author Ved Mehta, 86

Known for a 12-volume autobiography and more than a dozen more books, many of which got their start as New Yorker articles (he was a staff writer for decades), he had a carefully honed prose style full of vivid description — despite the fact that he had been blind from age 3. (His sense of hearing was said to be extraordinary.) – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, New Yorker, 01.10.21, Ved Mehta


"Pickles has a comfortable relationship with nihilism.... 'I grew up in the punk-rock scene,' he said. 'And Trump was like punk rock. It’s, like, anti-establishment.'"

"He attended the University of Florida, where he was an English major and a liberal. 'I’ve taken basket weaving and read about the Black prison experience,' he said, with a snicker. (In his shop, Fat Enzo’s, murals of Mark Twain and Hunter S. Thompson share wall space with Huey Long.) He explained that after his father died, in 2015, he sought out new male camaraderie. The Proud Boys filled a vacuum. He claims to have joined not because they are a hate group (as designated by the Southern Povert...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Wikipedia, University of Florida, Mark Twain, Donald Trump, New Yorker, Thompson, Trump, Hunter, Jane Mayer, Capitol, Scalia, Southern Poverty Law Center, Enzo, Hodges


A rioter seen in on the Senate floor in combat gear carrying zip-tie handcuffs has been identified as a decorated Air Force veteran

Retired Air Force officer Larry Rendall Brock, Jr., wearing a combat helmet, in the Senate chamber in the US Capitol, in Washington DC on January 6, 2021. Win McNamee / Getty Images A rioter photographed holding zip-tie handcuffs during the US Capitol siege has been identified as a decorated Air Force veteran from Texas, the New Yorker reported. The man is Larry Rendall Brock Jr., a retired lieutenant colonel who had grown increasingly radical in recent years, according to the magazine. Br...
Tags: Politics, Congress, Senate, Iraq, America, Trends, Afghanistan, Washington Dc, Ted Cruz, News UK, US Senate, Air Force, Donald Trump, BLM, New Yorker, Los Angeles Times


Neil Sheehan, reporter who broke story on Pentagon Papers, dies at 84

By Will Lester | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Neil Sheehan, a reporter and Pulitzer Prize-winning author who broke the story of the Pentagon Papers for The New York Times and who chronicled the deception at the heart of the Vietnam War in his epic book about the war, died Thursday. He was 84. Sheehan died Thursday morning of complications from Parkinson’s disease, said his daughter, Catherine Sheehan Bruno. His account of the Vietnam War, “A Bright Shining Lie: John Paul Vann and America in Vie...
Tags: Books, Politics, News, Supreme Court, Yosemite, Washington Post, Washington, White House, America, Sport, History, Harvard, Soccer, Obituaries, New York Times, Army


A Chat with DC-Born Cartoonist Liza Donnelly

Liza Donnelly by Elena Rossini by Mike RhodeWe're going to wrap up this crummy, lousy, bad year with an interview with an excellent, world-class, funny cartoonist to put a hopeful spin on starting 2021. The Washington Post ran an excellent article by Liza Donnelly earlier this year in which she pointed out that she was born in DC. With this hook, she's agreed to answer our usual questions.What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?I do a variety of things, but I am perhaps most known...
Tags: Comics, Maryland, Interview, Washington Post, Washington, Bbc, Chevy, Dc, Kennedy Center, Whitney, New Yorker, Delaware, Metro, Moma, Schultz, Eastern Shore


Warner Bros. Sets ‘Mad Max’ Prequel ‘Furiosa’ for 2023 Along with ‘Coyote vs ACME’ and ‘The Color Purple’ Musical

Warner Bros. Pictures will shake up the theatrical distribution model next year by releasing every single one of their movies simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max. However, for those expecting the studio to keep that model going in years to come, they seem to have rebuked that speculation by setting 2023 global theatrical release dates for the Mad Max prequel Furiosa, the Looney Tunes-inspired live-action/animated hybrid Coyote vs. Acme, and the big screen version of the Tony Award-winning...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Chris Hemsworth, Warner Bros, Oprah-Winfrey, Alice Walker, James Gunn, New Yorker, Mad Max: Fury Road, Steven-Spielberg, Warner Brothers, Furiosa, Quincy Jones, Coyote, George-Miller, Warner Bros Pictures


Warner Bros. Announces Furiosa Release Date & More!

Warner Bros. Announces Furiosa Release Date & More! Warner Bros. Pictures announced today the release dates for three upcoming theatrical titles: Furiosa, Coyote vs. Acme and The Color Purple musical feature. Each film is scheduled to hit theaters worldwide in 2023. The announcement was made today by Toby Emmerich, Chairman, Warner Bros. Pictures Group. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRe...
Tags: Movies, Oscar, Chris Hemsworth, Warner Bros, Oprah Winfrey, Alice Walker, James Gunn, New Yorker, Steven Spielberg, Furiosa, Quincy Jones, George Miller, Warner Bros Pictures, Dave Green, Scott Sanders, Marcus Gardley


Eddy Goldfarb invented chattering teeth and 800 other legendary toys

The New Yorker has a wonderful profile of 98-year-old inventor Eddy Goldfarb, creator of some of the world's most iconic toys, including the bubble gun, Kerplunk, and perhaps most notably, chattering teeth. They include a fun tour of his workshop as well as details of his interesting life. — Read the rest
Tags: Toys, Video, Games, News, Fun, New Yorker, Inventors, Eddy Goldfarb


How The New Yorker Got Tricked In One Of Its Best-Known Articles

“This week, The New Yorker attached its own extraordinary editor’s note to a National Magazine Award–winning 2018 article by staff writer and novelist Elif Batuman about Japan’s so-called rent-a-family industry, in which desperate and lonely people hire actors to play their absent fathers, wives, children, and so on. The New Yorker reported that three central figures in the story had ‘made false biographical claims to Batuman and to a fact checker,’ undermining the veracity of large swathes of ...
Tags: Art, Japan, Words, New Yorker, Elif Batuman, Batuman, 12.17.20, Ryu Spaeth


The far-left cynically goes after Dianne Feinstein

Because California Sen. Kamala Harris has been elevated to the vice presidency, Gov. Gavin Newsom will have an opportunity to appoint her replacement as California’s junior U.S. senator. It goes without saying that Newsom has a big decision to make here. He should go out for a nice, intimate, expensive dinner with 24 of his closest advisors, lobbyists and friends and work this out. This choice isn’t without hazard for the warden. Due to the racial-identity politics that have defined the modern l...
Tags: Congress, California, Opinion, Senate, White House, Uncategorized, Barack Obama, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, San Diego, Oakland, Dianne Feinstein, New Yorker, Los Angeles Times, Black


New York Times Spews A Lot Of Hot Garbage About Jeffrey Toobin

Intellectual masturbation about masturbation is so very meta!
Tags: Technology, Television, Law, New York Times, New Yorker, Zoom, Jeffrey Toobin, Media and Journalism


"I think 27 years of superb reporting and commitment to The New Yorker should have been weighed against an incident that horribly embarrassed the magazine but mostly embarrassed himself."

Said Tina Brown, the former editor of The New Yorker, quoted in "The Undoing of Jeffrey Toobin How a leading man of legal journalism lost his sweetest gig" (NYT).  Malcolm Gladwell, an important New Yorker writer, said: "I read the Condé Nast news release, and I was puzzled because I couldn’t find any intellectual justification for what they were doing. They just assumed he had done something terrible, but never told us what the terrible thing was. And my only feeling — the only way I could ex...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Pregnancy, Cnn, Reading, Bible, Conde Nast, Masturbation, Rembrandt, Sexual Harassment, New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker, Genesis, Jeffrey Toobin, Toobin


Will Newsom have another Senate seat to fill?

Gov. Gavin Newsom already faces the complicated chore of filling several high-profile political positions. He’ll have a U.S. Senate seat to fill after Kamala Harris is sworn in as vice president. He’ll also name a new state attorney general if Xavier Becerra wins Senate confirmation as President-elect Joe Biden’s health and human services secretary. Thirdly, if he elevates California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to the Senate as Harris’ successor, as widely expected, he’ll appoint someone to ...
Tags: Texas, California, Opinion, Senate, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Biden, Jack Dorsey, New Yorker, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, Lindsey Graham, Democratic, State, Democratic Party


Why did Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms turn down a position in Joe Biden's cabinet?

Is it that she wants to keep her political path separate and independent from Biden's or just that the offer wasn't good enough?Bloomberg reports:Bottoms had been rumored to be under consideration to be secretary of Housing and Urban Development or to head the Small Business Administration, a cabinet-level post. A reporter for the New Yorker said Friday she’d been offered the less prestigious role of ambassador to the Bahamas. The transition denied that report on Friday, and Taylor did again Sat...
Tags: Law, Atlanta, Joe Biden, Biden, Taylor, Bahamas, New Yorker, Small Business Administration, Housing and Urban Development, Ann Althouse, Keisha Lance Bottoms


Dianne Feinstein forgets conversations and gets upset with her staff for not briefing her on a topic shortly after they do, new report says

The senator announced last month that she would step down from her position as the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Sen. Dianne Feinstein forgets conversations and gets upset with her staff for not briefing her on a topic moments after they do, according to a new report from the New Yorker. The US Senator from California is said to be struggling with her short-term memory, even forgetting things she herself has said, sources fami...
Tags: Politics, New York, California, Senate, US, Trends, Jack Dorsey, Donald Trump, Dianne Feinstein, New Yorker, The New Yorker, Jane Mayer, Senate Judiciary Committee, Feinstein, Sen Dianne Feinstein, Chuck Schumer


Chuck Schumer had to tell Dianne Feinstein that she should step down as the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee twice because she forgot the first conversation they had, new report alleges

US Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks as Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer, Sen. Patrick Leahy, and Sen. Richard Blumenthal listen during a news conference in front of the US Capitol after a boycott of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court on October 22, 2020 in Washington, DC. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer reportedly told Sen. Diane Feinstein, the oldest member of the US Senate, ...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, Supreme Court, California, Washington, Senate, US, Trends, US Senate, Jack Dorsey, Donald Trump, Dianne Feinstein, New Yorker, US supreme court, Senate Judiciary Committee


Hunter Biden says federal prosecutors are investigating his taxes

World Food Program USA Board Chairman Hunter Biden speaks at the World Food Program USA's Annual McGovern-Dole Leadership Award Ceremony at Organization of American States on April 12, 2016 in Washington, DC. Paul Morigi/Getty Images for World Food Program USA Hunter Biden, President-elect Joe Biden's 43-year-old son, announced Wednesday that federal prosecutors in Delaware are investigating his taxes. "I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and object...
Tags: New York Post, Politics, Taxes, News, Washington, China, Office, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Ukraine, Cnn, Fbi, Biden, Donald Trump, New Yorker


Comment on sour cream and chive fantails by LitProf

Deb, thanks from your Smittenistas — our Thanksgiving table was beautiful and delicious because of you. A huge congrats on the NEW YORKER interview!
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Comment on potato and leek gratin by Sara

In reply to Johanna. Thank you for a perfectly decadent, delicious, and impressive (but super easy) dish. Made it with Russet potatoes because that’s what I had. Prepped it the day before through the first 30 min bake, refrigerated overnight, and then took it out a half hour before putting the cheese and breadcrumbs on and baking for another 50 min or so. Seemed a little over the top for our little family of 4 Thanksgiving this year but hey, why not. Deb- loved your interview with Hannah Goldfie...
Tags: Food, New Yorker, Sara, Deb, Johanna, Hannah Goldfield


Newsmax CEO says Trump's baseless voter fraud claims are 'great for news' in off the rails interview

Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy attends a dinner with the US president and business leaders in Bedminster, New Jersey, on August 7, 2018. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy straight up said President Donald Trump's promoting of baseless voter fraud theories are good for his bottom line. "At the end of the day, it's great for news," Ruddy said. "The news cycle is red-hot, and Newsmax is getting one million people per minute, according to Nielsen,...
Tags: Politics, Media, US, Trends, Fox News, Nielsen, Donald Trump, New Yorker, Trump, NewsMax, Newsmax TV, BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, Ruddy, Bedminster New Jersey, Isaac Chotiner, Christopher Ruddy


Outdoor dining at The Village at Westfield Topanga – 4 delicious options

Actually, not a lot of changes had to be made for the many culinary options of the casually upscale Westfield Woodland to transition from dining in the Before Times to dining now, simply because so many of the restaurants — almost all, in fact — offered outdoor tables before the plague descended upon us. And though indoor eating isn’t possible for the foreseeable future, as long as the weather continues to be summery, sitting on the mall, watching local trendies and high-steppers march about on ...
Tags: Texas, California, Washington, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Canada, Soccer, Mexico City, Moscow, Peru, Westfield, Dining, Seattle, St Louis


How to Stop Worrying About Money

If you want to stop worrying about money, the first step is very simple. You need to get your finances in order. I’m talking about paying off your debt, saving for emergencies, and investing (even if it’s only $50 per month). If you have an automated system you can trust, most of your financial worries will go away. But what if you have already done all of those things, and you’re still worried about money? 3 things we noticed from people who don’t worry about money Over the past mo...
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New to Stream: Acorn TV’s December 2020 Lineup!

New to Stream: Acorn TV’s December 2020 lineup! Acorn TV has announced its upcoming lineup for the month of December, including the premieres of the British period drama A Suitable Boy from Oscar-nominated director Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) and a virtual reunion of the cast of cult classic Canadian comedy series Slings & Arrows, which featured Rachel McAdams (Game Night). You can check out the full lineup below! RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Change Will Challenge Tradition in The Crown ...
Tags: Facebook, England, TV, Movies, Australia, India, Disney, Bbc, New York Times, New Zealand, TV News, Jane Austen, Streaming, Npr, Rachel Mcadams, Jeremy


Sebiro.

Today’s NY Times has a story about the tailors of Savile Row; my wife was reading it when she called me over and showed me this bit: Both the tuxedo and the bowler hat were invented here, and when the suit emerged as the uniform of capitalism, the street set the gold standard for craft and durability. Its history and reputation are stellar enough that the name has found its way into at least one language. The Japanese word for “business suit” is sebiro. (Say it out loud.) I raised my eyebrows an...
Tags: Uncategorized, Linguistics, New Yorker, Ny Times, Evan Osnos


10 affordable online courses to improve your writing and communication skills — taught by bestselling authors

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images Strong communication and writing skills will help you succeed in any profession.Online classes are an affordable and flexible way to learn new writing strategies, as well as practice and receive feedback on your work.All of the classes on this list are taught by accomplished, award-winning writers who have decades of experience.Good writing skills can take you far (just t...
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Jeffrey Toobin is fired by The New Yorker magazine after his naked Zoom debacle

Writer Jeffrey Toobin's disastrous experience on Zoom left him exposed, and now it's led to his being fired from The New Yorker after 27 years.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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