While Trump's first budget as president is far from finalized, his plan would impact Meals on Wheels through the elimination of the Community Development Block Grant program under the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Federal grants make up a much larger chunk of their annual operating budgets, and without those funds, it would be almost impossible for them to continue feeding the 2.4 million Americans in the same way they do now.
Seitel said. Rockefeller was named president of Chase Manhattan in 1961. He was named president and co-CEO on January 1, 1961, eventually becoming sole CEO and chairman from 1969 through 1980. Mr Rockefeller's private art collection was once valued at $500m (£404m). He was also behind the project that led to the World Trade Center in New York City.
A report by the Times uncovered the issue with Google's advertising tool that placed United Kingdom government and brand ads on extremist YouTube videos and websites. The company's first steps will be to review where and how ads are placed and a stronger enforcement of keeping inappropriate content off the site. Google advertising seems to be receiving a lot of flak over its advertisement placement of household brands on extremism promoting websites.
Unfortunately, though, a new restriction tactic put in place by the "Restriction Mode" is now censoring many, but not all, LGBTQ videos from being seen when Restriction Mode is active. Among the vloggers who registered their concerns were influencers Rowan Ellis and Tyler Oakley. NeonFiona , a United Kingdom -based YouTuber, points out that YouTube restricted her videos about bisexuality but didn't restrict the videos that talked about sex.
Market analysis group Capital Economics warned the "developing scandal over Brazil's meat exports could plausibly derail the country's economic recovery". Brazil is still reeling from massive graft scandals involving state-controlled oil company Petrobras (PETR4.SA) and construction and engineering firm Odebrecht.
Brent crude , the global benchmark, has dropped by nearly 7pc this month to $51.79/barrel while U.S. marker West Texas Intermediate has fallen by almost 10pc to $48.73/barrel. It also expects the cartel to maintain its agreed six-month production quota at around 32.5m barrels per day (bpd) for the rest of the year. "OPEC heavyweights such as Saudi Arabia are not happy with the return of shale oil in full force and have to make a hard choice between losing part of their market share or steady ...