Caleb Williams Continues to Make Heisman Case in Pac-12 Title Game

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Sports Illustrated

By Wilton Jackson The Trojans’ quarterback put on a show in the first half to add to his case toward college football’s most prized possession. After a first-class performance in USC’s 38-27 victory against Notre Dame a week ago, Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams took a surge in this year’s sweepstakes for the Heisman Trophy. Against the Fighting Irish, Williams led a Trojans’ offense that finished with 436 yards of total offense and became the first to surpass 400 or more yards against Notre Dame this season. In USC’s offensive output, Williams rushed for three touchdowns and threw for one a… Read More “Caleb Williams Continues to Make Heisman Case in Pac-12 Title Game”

US Jews battle new ‘mainstreamed’ anti-Semitism

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AFP

Washington (AFP) – President Joe Biden’s emphatic condemnation of anti-Semitism Friday was driven by an alarming normalization of anti-Jewish tropes and hate speech by influential public figures and on social media, experts said. One day after hip-hop and fashion mogul Kanye West voiced a “love” for Nazis and 10 days after ex-president Donald Trump dined with West and white supremacist Nick Fuentes, Biden blasted a message about open anti-Semitism on Twitter. “Silence is complicity,” Biden said. “The Holocaust happened. Hitler was a demonic figure. And instead of giving it a platform, our poli… Read More “US Jews battle new ‘mainstreamed’ anti-Semitism”

Exclusive: Zooming in on the billions of pounds in criminal cash flowing through the City

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City AM

By Michiel Willems Going back more than a decade, in the summer of 2012, HSBC was fined $1.9bn for inadequate compliance and anti-money laundering control processes. The banking giant was found guilty of providing money laundering services to drug cartels as well as terrorist groups in the Middle East. Ten years on, money laundering is still a serious problem. Less than a year ago, NatWest reluctantly admitted it had failed to properly monitor £365m when it was deposited into a customer’s account. The case was widely seen as another major victory for the City’s financial watchdog – the Financi… Read More “Exclusive: Zooming in on the billions of pounds in criminal cash flowing through the City”