Claims that “potentially thousands” of Arizona voters were disenfranchised dissolved during a six-hour court hearing on Thursday, as a lawyer representing the president’s reelection team dialed back allegations of “systematic, improper” vote overrides.
Donald Trump’s campaign, along with the Republican National Committee and the Arizona Republican Party, had filed a lawsuit on Saturday alleging Maricopa County poll workers routinely disregarded procedures designed to give voters a chance to correct ballot mistakes on Election Day.
But within minutes of the start of proceedings on Thursday morning, attorney Kory Langhofer insisted the plaintiffs were “not alleging fraud” or “that anyone is stealing the election” — simply raising concerns about a “limited number of cases” involving “good faith errors.”
That was perhaps a prescient shift, given that testimony from several witnesses failed to bear out anything more. And before Langhofer even made his opening
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Mohammed Bin Sulaiman, Senior Manager, Business Relations, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, confirms that the two features are common within the ongoing transformation of the UAE’s food and beverage sector. “Smart solutions such as convenient delivery apps and contactless menus and payments are now becoming the new norm, complementing the traditional restaurant experience and creating value for industry players and customers alike,” he adds. “Food businesses in the UAE are now rethinking their business models, and focusing their efforts on adapting to new market conditions and innovating, as they plan ahead for the post-COVID recovery. This is a positive development that will raise industry standards, create new business opportunities, and drive sustainable growth. The COVID-19 crisis pushed food businesses to explore non-traditional markets, and this
A federal court in California has tossed out a lawsuit from the voting rights group Rock the Vote. The lawsuit argued that Donald Trump’s May executive order attacking social media platforms violated the group’s First Amendment rights.
Trump’s May executive order was a strange document. Trump was angry about social media companies’ treatment of him and other conservatives. But US law doesn’t actually give the president much power to directly punish private technology companies. So while the May order included a lot of overheated rhetoric, the order’s operative sections were largely toothless.
The order asked the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission to take actions against social media companies. However, these are independent agencies that ultimately make decisions independent of the president. The FTC has signaled it won’t take action on Trump’s suggestions. The FCC has begun a rulemaking process to rethink Section 230, which provides legal protections
Set to the song “Train Wreck” by English pop singer James Arthur, users are uploading an image of personalized results from the online service “15minutes4me,” which claims to give insights on levels of stress, depression and anxiety based on a free survey.
Google analyticssuggest that the trend has surged significantly in popularity among the TikTok community inside the U.S. over the past week.
Associated hashtags on the app have been viewed over one million times collectively at the time of writing. The hashtag 15minutes4me has attracted more than 670,000 views, while the related term 15minuteschallenge has gained closer to 40,000 views.
Microsoft might finally be ready to compete hard in Salesforce’s core business of customer relationship management (CRM) software, which helps businesses track sales and support.
Microsoft is directing its salespeople to get existing customers to adopt its Dynamics products, a major Microsoft partner indicated to analysts at RBC Capital Markets. RBC didn’t name the partner, but these players typically re-sell Microsoft software, often in conjunction with consulting services, hardware, or other software.
The push could lift Microsoft’s Commercial Cloud, a group of cloud products that
AFTER reintroducing entertainment shows to its programming in August, TV network TV5 is once again introducing a whole slew of programs this October as it attempts to go head-to-head with what is now, with the non-renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise, the biggest TV network in the country, GMA.
“The new program line-up does not only set the bar higher for innovativeness and production values but also reinforces TV5’s vision to become a formidable force in Philippine television as it continues to challenge traditional programming standards and reinvigorate the network’s adaptability to survive and thrive in this pandemic and beyond,” Robert C. Galang, CEO of TV5 and Cignal TV, said in a press conference on Oct. 12.
In August, TV5 announced that its entertainment lineup would come from independent producers who want to enter into blocktiming, a practice where a