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    Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Former President Donald Trump raised over $56 million online during the first six months of 2021, but his total dwindled from $13.8 million in January to $2.6 million in June — most of which came from controversial recurring donations that will cease starting in July. The New York Times is reporting that while Trump’s fundraising for 2021 has far outstripped that of the Republican Party’s entities, his donations have dropped off considerably since January, and have relied heavily on recurring donations that may no longer occur going forward: Much of the money raised by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee came through Mr. Trump’s recurring donation program, which guided countless supporters into unwittingly making repeat donations through the use of prechecked boxes. A New York Times investigation this year showed how the program spurred a wave of fraud complaints and demands for refunds, which continued into 2021. Mr. Trump’s fund-raising slowed over the course of the first six months of the year. In January, the month of the Capitol riot and his...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s finally Friday and finally a drier day for South Florida. Cloudy skies will remain but the moisture lacks in the atmosphere. READ MORE: Man Struck, Killed On I-95 Near Broward Boulevard The afternoon will be mostly cloudy with highs near 90 degrees and a breezier southeast wind at 15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. The blanket of clouds is coming in from the Gulf of Mexico. An area of dry air associated with Saharan Dust is moving through the Caribbean and South Florida on Friday and Saturday. So Saturday is a similar forecast, so only a little sun will peek through the cloud cover. We may see stray showers in the morning but there will be dry weather in the afternoon. Forecast highs will top the lower 90s through the weekend. This Sunday is Father’s Day and it’s also the start of summer. The Summer Solstice occurs later Sunday night at 11:32 pm. READ MORE: Tropical Storm Warning Extended For Northern Gulf Coast Ahead Of Potential Tropical Cyclone Three On Father’s...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A Flood Watch remains in effect through Wednesday evening for parts of South Florida, including Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Wednesday started off cloudy, showers will develop by the noon hour and then they will quickly intensify into downpours. Flooding is one of the main threats for Wednesday afternoon and evening as the ground is already saturated from the past two days of soaking rain. So any heavy rain in areas that have received significant rainfall over the past couple of days will have a greater potential for flooding. READ MORE: Royal Caribbean Postpones Sailings On Odyssey Of The Seas After Crew Members Test Positive For COVID Wednesday’s rainfall accumulation is forecast between 1” to 3,” but higher amounts are possible in isolated areas. A trough of low pressure is still hanging over the area but it will start to move away and dissipate by Thursday. READ MORE: Miami Beach To Appeal Judges Ruling On Cut Off Time For Alcohol Sales So for Wednesday, the flow aloft in the atmosphere is still out of the...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It was a mild start to Friday with temperatures mostly low to mid-70s across South Florida. A very breezy and mostly sunny afternoon ahead with highs in the low 80s. READ MORE: National Hurricane Center Monitoring Systems In Atlantic, Gulf Of Mexico A Small Craft Advisory is in effect through late Friday due to wind gusts up to 25 knots, 5 to 8 foot seas and choppy conditions on the bays. There is a high risk of rip currents through Sunday due to the rough surf. READ MORE: Viewing Friday For Miami Teen Diani Gomez Killed In Hit And Run The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag warning and a Fire Weather Watch through Saturday for the interior and southwest portions of the state due to enhanced fire weather conditions. TIt said “breezy conditions and dry fuels” will lead to a high fire danger. Saturday will be breezy but not quite as blustery as the past few days. We will still have an east wind of 10 to 20 miles per...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A system will pass to our south this weekend, keeping us in the clouds. (Credit: CBS) According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, only a stray sprinkle chance would be well south of I-80 on Saturday. READ MORE: Who Is Suspected FedEx Mass Shooter Brandon Scott Hole? (Credit: CBS) Otherwise, expect highs in the upper 40s lakeside both Saturday and Sunday. (Credit: CBS) There will be a warming trend starting Monday ahead of a more impressive front. It leaves us with a rain/snow mix and chilly temps Tuesday. READ MORE: Aurora Pop-Up Pantry Opens On Monday (Credit: CBS) TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low 38. SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 55. MORE NEWS: Brandon Scott Hole Identified As Gunman Who Shot And Killed 8 People, Wounded 5 Others In Shooting At FedEx Facility In Indianapolis SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 60.
    SAN MATEO COUNTY (CBS SF) – Officials with the San Mateo Community College District voted this week to continue mostly under distance learning through the end of 2021, with hopes of reopening in-person learning next year. On Wednesday, the district’s Board of Trustees ratified the decision to hold most classes online and conduct most student services remotely during the Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 semesters. READ MORE: Oakland Mayor Schaaf: Fatal Park Shooting in Front of Children Beyond the Pale Limited in-person instruction will take place for courses in the healthcare, emergency services and transportation fields, along with courses to fulfill licensing requirements in training first responders and healthcare workers. READ MORE: COVID Vaccines: Santa Clara County Opens 2nd Large Vaccination Site In Hard-Hit East San Jose “Even though we all want to get back to our beautiful college campuses, we will do so in a thoughtful and deliberate way,” said chancellor Michael Claire. “We are optimistic that as vaccines become more widely distributed in the summer and fall we will be able to restore more in-person classes and services...
    Blake Shelton Says Nobodys More Shocked About His Engagement to Gwen Stefani Than He Is Grand jury dismisses charges against Buffalo cops in injury of elderly protester Katrina Adams new book shows mostly white tennis world through the eyes of a Black woman During Black History Month, with the series 28 Black Stories in 28 days, USA TODAY Sports examines the issues, challenges and opportunities Black athletes and sports officials face after the nation’s reckoning on race in 2020. © The Associated Press Defending U.S. Open Tennis women's singles champion Serena Williams, left, of the United States, poses with USTA president Katrina Adams and the women's singles trophy following a news conference and the U.S. Open draw ceremony at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) In her book Own the Arena: Getting Ahead, Making a Difference, and Succeeding as the Only One, a smart and stirring work that examines, in part, how difficult it can be for Black people to navigate mostly white organizations, in this case the world of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The forecast is quiet with some minor temperature ups and downs over the coming week. On Monday night, it will be mostly cloudy with a low of 20. On Tuesday, it will be mostly sunny with a high of 26. A few snow showers are expected in the evening. (Credit: CBS 2) After a few Tuesday evening snow showers, the forecast looks dry until Sunday. Otherwise, temperatures will warm a bit through Thursday, then cool down through Saturday. (Credit: CBS 2) Also From CBS Chicago: Overnight Police Chase From East Chicago To South Side Ends In Gunfire Woman Fatally Shot While Sitting In Car At Stoplight Near Humboldt Park Off-Duty Suburban Officer Shot At In Auburn Gresham
    THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: AP’s earlier story appears below. Stocks fell back across Asia on Thursday after gains for big technology shares pushed most Wall Street benchmarks higher. News of potentially effective vaccines for COVID-19 has been countered by concerns over the logistical challenges of ensuring access to billions of people and over rising caseloads that are leading governments to re-instate restrictions on business and other activities to battle the pandemic. Vaccine trades reversed to give way to ‘stay home' trades" as shares of companies that do well when people stay home and work remotely rallied, Mizuho Bank said in a commentary. But it added, “Fact of the matter is, progress on vaccine development is at worst two steps forward one step back, and not one step forward and two steps back on a sustained basis." Tokyo's Nikkei 225 index gained 0.4% to 25,459.13 despite a report that machinery orders fell in September, suggesting weakness in corporate investment. But the mood was more somber elsewhere in Asia. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 0.1% to 26,206.78 and the...
    THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: AP’s earlier story appears below. Stocks fell back across Asia on Thursday after gains for big technology shares pushed most Wall Street benchmarks higher. News of potentially effective vaccines for COVID-19 has been countered by concerns over the logistical challenges of ensuring access to billions of people and over rising caseloads that are leading governments to re-instate restrictions on business and other activities to battle the pandemic. Vaccine trades reversed to give way to ‘stay home' trades" as shares of companies that do well when people stay home and work remotely rallied, Mizuho Bank said in a commentary. But it added, “Fact of the matter is, progress on vaccine development is at worst two steps forward one step back, and not one step forward and two steps back on a sustained basis." Tokyo's Nikkei 225 index gained 0.4% to 25,459.13 despite a report that machinery orders fell in September, suggesting weakness in corporate investment. But the mood was more somber elsewhere in Asia. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 0.1%...
    Exxon Mobil announced Thursday it will lay off about 1,900 employees in the US, mostly at its Houston, Texas office, as the COVID-19 pandemic batters energy demand. The cuts come as Exxon seeks to slash its global workforce by 15 percent over the next two years.  Exxon said the job cuts, part of a global reorganization, will come mainly from its Houston office and will include voluntary and involuntary programs.   Employees who are separated through involuntary programs will be provided severance and outplacement services.  Exxon Mobil announced Thursday it will lay off about 1,900 employees in the US, mostly at its Houston, Texas office, as the COVID-19 pandemic batters energy demand 'The impact of COVID-19 on the demand for ExxonMobil’s products has increased the urgency of the ongoing efficiency work,' the company said in a statement.  'These actions will improve the company’s long-term cost competitiveness and ensure the company manages through the current unprecedented market conditions,' the company added. The once mighty oil giant has been recently through difficult times also due to ill-timed bets on new oilfields and...
    We’re in for another nice day with mostly sunny skies and temperatures running nearly 10 degrees above normal. It will be our warmest day of the week, too, with highs in the low 70s. Clouds make a comeback tonight with a chance of showers during the overnight hours. Temps will fall into the low 60s and upper 50s in the city. Some showers will pass through tomorrow morning with more widespread showers and eventually rain filling in during the afternoon. As far as temperatures go, they’ll actually fall off through the day: mid and low 50s by day’s end. We’ll see periods of rain tomorrow night with the rain ending early Saturday morning. When all is said and done, 0.5″ to 2+” is expected. The remainder of the day on Saturday will be partly to mostly sunny and a little chilly with highs in the upper 50s. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A $100 million program to increase internet usage among low-income Alabama families during the pandemic has gone mostly unused, and the state is sending 300,000 more vouchers in a search for additional takers. Al.com reported that the state is attempting to expand the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students program after only 44,000 of 250,000 vouchers mailed in late August were used. While 75,000 students have gained internet access so far through the program, which seeks to make it easier for students to get online for school, around 450,000 students qualify statewide, said Mike Presley, spokesman for the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs. The second round of vouchers is being sent by a state contractor to increase participation. “This second mailing, mailed last week by our contractor CTC Technology and Energy, also includes a resending of letters to households that have not redeemed a voucher sent in the first mailing earlier in September,” said Presley. The vouchers, which are good for internet service through Dec. 30, are being made available through a $100 million allocation...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — As heat and humidity continue to build, there is a growing chance of a thunderstorm on Saturday afternoon. Those storms could begin by 2 p.m .and scatter about through sunset. The Storm Prediction Center has our area with a “marginal” risk for severe weather. That’s a one on a scale 1 to 5. This system does not have a lot of moisture to work with. Clearing will take place Sunday. Then a long stretch of dry and quiet weather through next week.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Father’s Day is also the first full day of summer. A weak cold front is moving through the Chicago area. A few showers remain a possibility very early in the morning, but mostly sunny skies will follow. Sunday will see a high temperature of 85 degrees with nearly calm conditions. It will be 77 degrees near the lake. The normal high for the day is 82 degrees, but Saturday was well above that at 91. South suburban areas will hold on to the chance of showers moving through the afternoon, and there is a very slight chance north near the lake. Monday brings a chance of showers and thunderstorms with temperatures in the middle 80s. Temperatures will run at or slightly less than seasonable levels Tuesday through Saturday. Forecast- Sunday: Slight chance of an early morning shower. Becoming mostly sunny. Chance of afternoon showers far south. High of 85 Sunday night: Partly cloudy. Low of 69 Monday: Partly sunny with showers a thunderstorms. High of 86
    Tonight will become partly to mostly cloudy, with widespread areas of fog near the coast and bay, and gusty winds across the entire region.Early morning lows will be in the low to mid 50s.Tomorrow will be windy, with lingering low clouds in the morning, but skies will be mostly sunny by afternoon. Highs will range from upper 50s at the coast to mid 70s inland.VIDEO: Weather anchor Spencer Christian has your AccuWeather forecastSunday will be very much like tomorrow, with bright skies, gusty winds, and highs ranging from upper 50s at the coast to mid 70s inland. A sunny and warmer pattern will begin on Monday, with afternoon highs returning to summerlike levels my midweek.Temperatures:Santa Rosa 74San Francisco 64Oakland 68San Jose 72Concord 75Coast:Tonight: Mostly Cloudy/Windy/Areas of FogLows: Lower 50sTomorrow: Partly Cloudy, Windy, & CoolHighs: Upper 50sNorth Bay:Tonight: Partly Cloudy/Windy/Patchy FogLows: Lower 50sTomorrow: Mostly Sunny & WindyHighs: Lower to Mid 70sEast Bay:Tonight: Partly Cloudy/Windy/Areas of FogLows: Mid 50sTomorrow: Mostly Sunny & WindyHighs: Upper 60sInland East Bay:Tonight: Partly Cloudy/Windy/Patchy FogLows: Mid 50sTomorrow: Mostly Sunny & WindyHighs: Lower to Mid 70sPeninsula:Tonight: Increasing Clouds/Windy/Areas...
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