How to watch the House January 6 committee hearings on the Capitol attack
The January 6 House Select Committee is going public with its investigation into the Capitol insurrection and Trump's role in it.The select committee, formed in May 2021, has nine members: seven Democrats, including Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson, and two Republicans, Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.
The health company Fresenius expects worse business due to problems with the Dialys' subsidiary Fresenius Medical Care (FMC). FMC suffers from a stricter lack of personnel in the United States, which is likely to lead to capacity bottlenecks in health services. © Arne Dedert/dpa Germany's largest hospital operator Fresenius has long been fighting with weaker growth and the consequences of the Corona crisis.
would also have increasing wages and material costs as well as disorders in the supply chain, the two DAX groups said. The medium -term goals are also no longer possible.
«At the end of the first quarter we expected a long -lasting labor shortage. At that time we could not refrain such a clear and quick tightening, »said Deputy FMC CEO Helen Giza. Personnel shortages, fluctuation and the increasing dependence on temporary workers had raised the costs. FMC reduced its forecasts for this year and is now expecting a decline in profits in the high ten percent area. Sales growth should also be weaker.
The head of Trump's protective detail, there when the former president wanted to be taken to the Capitol on January 6, is among the 24 Secret Service members whose January 5 and 6 texts are missing
While the USSS is comprised of approximately 3,200 agents total, DHS requested communication from just two dozen agents.Robert Engel, Trump's lead agent, and James Murray, the outgoing director of the Secret Service, who is leaving on July 30 for a new role at Snapchat, are two of the 24 agents whose messages from December 7, 2020, through January 8, 2021, were requested as part of an inspector general probe into the agency's response on January 6, 2021, and whose messages cannot be found.
Fresenius expects falling profit
The group mother cannot escape the problems, said CEO Stephan Sturm. Fresenius now expects currency -adjusted sales growth in low to medium single -digit percentage range this year. Fresenius sees the profit in a currency -adjusted manner and decreased before special influences. Because of the problems at FMC, Fresenius expects to no longer achieve his medium -term winning goal. FMC also withdrew the destinations by 2025.
The new FMC boss Carla Kriwet is scheduled to start on October 1st. It comes from the home appliance manufacturer BSH. CEO Rice Powell, who is retiring, will resign on September 30th.
Fresenius, Germany's largest hospital operator, has long been fighting with weaker growth and the consequences of the Corona crisis. The pandemic mainly affects FMC because many kidney patients die from corona infections. The shares of both corporations collapsed. Fresenius has lost around two thirds of the IPO for over five years. There were several profit warnings. CEO Sturm has launched austerity programs and is also open to a group renovation.
Fresenius and FMC also presented preliminary figures for the second quarter. The sales of Fresenius rose 8 percent to a good 10 billion euros in the same period last year. The bottom line was 5 percent less profit with 450 million euros. At FMC, sales rose 10 percent to 4.75 billion euros. The profit collapsed by a third.
Busted noses, broken devices: Texas police department routinely rough with the medically vulnerable, lawsuit alleges .
The Rosenberg Police Department in Texas is accused of using severe force on the medically vulnerable.The suit, filed Thursday in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas by lawyers with the National Police Accountability Project, claims that officers with the Rosenberg Police Department illegally detained a couple at gunpoint before destroying, damaging or confiscating their belongings, including the dialysis device, on Nov. 6, 2020.