Las Vegas resident Natalie Winslow is crowned Mrs. America 2020 in August. (Natalie Winslow)Las Vegas resident Natalie Winslow is crowned Mrs. Nevada in June. (Natalie Winslow)Las Vegas resident Natalie Winslow is pictured. (Natalie Winslow)Jackie McKenna Her day job is overseeing the operations of a business center, but Natalie Winslow has another passion: competing in pageants and helping nonprofit organizations. The Las Vegas resident was crowned Mrs. America 2020 in August at the Westgate. She’ll compete in December at the Mrs. World pageant, also held in Las Vegas. Mrs. America is a pageant in which participants are married women. Winslow competed in a local pageant last year but didn’t advance. “I just felt like my purpose wasn’t over,” Winslow said Sept. 6. She gave the pageant another shot and won the Mrs. Nevada-America title in June. Winslow said she made pageant history twice: It’s the first time Mrs. America has hailed from Nevada, and … [Read more...] about Las Vegas woman will represent U.S. at Mrs. World pageant
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Did the F.T.C. Go Soft on Facebook? Advertisement DealBook Supported by July 23, 2019 Good Tuesday morning. (Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here .) Inside the F.T.C.’s Facebook investigation The Federal Trade Commission is expected to announce as soon as this week a record-breaking $5 billion fine for Facebook over violations of user privacy, which could also include a requirement for increased oversight. But an investigation by Tony Romm of the WaPo suggests that the punishment has been drastically watered down. The fine could have been much higher, unidentified sources told Mr. Romm: • “The agency computed a theoretical maximum fine that reached into the tens of billions of dollars.” • But Facebook “believed at most it should be paying … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Did the F.T.C. Go Soft on Facebook?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal Is in Big Trouble Advertisement DealBook Supported by June 12, 2019 Good Wednesday morning. (Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here .) 10 states could scuttle T-Mobile’s deal for Sprint A lawsuit filed by attorneys general in 10 states aims to block T-Mobile’s $26 billion takeover of Sprint — and could, at the least, tie up the merger for a long time, Tiffany Tsu and Matt Goldstein of the NYT report. The states argued that the deal could lead to higher prices for consumers because the number of major national wireless carriers would shrink to three from four. Letitia James, New York’s attorney general, said that it’s “exactly the sort of consumer-harming, job-killing megamerger our antitrust laws were designed to … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal Is in Big Trouble
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | Nicky Barnes, ‘Mr. Untouchable’ of Heroin Dealers, Is Dead at 78 Advertisement Supported by BySam Roberts June 8, 2019 “Nicky Barnes is not around anymore,” said the balding, limping grandfather in the baggy Lee dungarees. “Nicky Barnes’s lifestyle and his value system is extinct,” he went on, speaking of himself in the third person in a restaurant interview with The New York Times in 2007. “I left Nicky Barnes behind.” With that, the man asked the waitress for a doggy bag for his grilled salmon, and left. He was the antithesis of the old Nicky Barnes, a flamboyant Harlem folk hero who had owned as many as 200 suits, 100 pairs of custom-made shoes, 50 full-length leather coats, a fleet of luxury cars, and multiple homes and apartments financed … [Read more...] about Nicky Barnes, ‘Mr. Untouchable’ of Heroin Dealers, Is Dead at 78
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Wins Approval of F.C.C. Chairman Advertisement DealBook Supported by ByEdmund Lee May 20, 2019 T-Mobile and Sprint moved a step closer on Monday to completing their long-sought merger, securing the public support of the Federal Communications Commission’s chairman for a deal that would reshape the country’s wireless industry. The chairman, Ajit Pai, recommended that the agency approve the $26 billion deal based on what he called the companies’ “significant commitments” to expand rural broadband service; build a robust 5G network, the wireless technology that is a top priority of the Trump administration; and sell off Boost Mobile, a Sprint-owned product that sells prepaid services popular with lower-income customers. Mr. Pai said the steps the … [Read more...] about T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Wins Approval of F.C.C. Chairman