A group of masked anarchists dressed mostly in black clothing hijacked a May Day rally in Paris on Tuesday, torching a vehicle, a McDonald’s, looting stores, and throwing cobble stones at riot police, according to Reuters.
About 1,200 protesters from the far-left anarchist groups known as Black Blocs took over the rally, which was organized by labor unions protesting President Emmanuel Macron’s economic reforms, Reuters reported.
Macron has been trying to cut jobs and retirement benefits in the public sector, such as SNCF railway and Air France, among other measures.
One protest in March saw hundreds of thousands of protesters take to the streets across France over his proposed reforms.
Keeping up with the latest episodes of various series on the TV screen can be a huge hassle. After all, people have lives to live, meaning that it is not uncommon for them to have something come up that makes it difficult for them to catch their favorite series even if they are particularly determined to keep up. Luckily, while this might have been a serious problem in the not so distant past, this is more a minor inconvenience than anything else for those of us in the present.
After all, the popularization of online services means that the latest episodes of the current TV shows can be found on the Internet, which represents a huge step up in pure convenience. This is because people who choose to watch series on the Internet rather than on the TV screen can choose to watch whenever as well as wherever they want, thus eliminating their need to care about scheduling conflicts for the most part. Something that is particularly useful for people who want to binge TV shows such as Criminal Minds, which isn’t really possible when following such series on the TV screen but very easily done when watching over via online streaming.
How Can You Watch Criminal Minds Online?
Since Criminal Minds is broadcast on CBS, it should come as no surprise to learn that it can be found on the CBS website. After all, modern TV channels tend to offer episodes of their series on their websites, which is a huge benefit for their potential viewers that happens to serve their interests as well by keeping said individuals interested in those series. With that said, interested individuals should be warned that the website offers no more than a limited selection of episodes for normal visitors to CBS’s website, which is perhaps unsurprising considering the existence of CBS All-Access. If they are interested in a wider range of content that is much more up-to-date, they might want to check out CBS’s streaming service for further information. Luckily, there is a trial period for CBS All-Access. Unluckily, CBS All-Access hasn’t really been getting good reviews since its launch, though for what it is worth, CBS has been working to add more content to it as time passes.
Naturally, people who are living in other countries might have to check out the websites for other TV channels. To be exact, they should check out the websites for the TV channels on which Criminal Minds is broadcast, which should offer them the best chance of finding what they are looking for. For example, if interested individuals are living in Canada, they should check out the website for CTV, which is the Canadian TV channel that has the rights.
Generally speaking, it can be useful to search for series on various streaming services as well. However, this is not an option in this case. Criminal Minds used to be on Netflix, but it has since been removed because CBS has strong incentive to keep it for its own streaming service. Something that might become more common in the future for other TV shows as other TV channels launch their own streaming services to grab a slice of the market.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and general-purpose fixer, is now under federal investigation for possible criminal business activities. That investigation could have major implications for the president—and Cohen’s history suggests investigators will have a lot to look at.
Cohen’s business dealings have spanned big-city taxis and real estate in addition to a legal practice focused on personal injury cases. A new examination of Cohen’s record by the New York Times finds that he has frequently crossed paths with unsavory characters. In one case, Cohen was reportedly tasked with delivering a payment to one Vitaly Buslaev, who has been tied to the Mafia. That’s just one of Cohen’s many connections to individuals from former Soviet states. Those connections are of particular relevance given special counsel Robert Mueller’s focus on the Trump campaign’s dealings with Russia, and Cohen’s personal role in exploring Trump Organization deals in Russia in the midst of the 2016 campaign.
Cohen also helped set up a half-dozen clinics and medical billing companies in the early 2000s, including registering medical practices headed by doctors Alexsander Martirosov and Zhanna Kanevsky. Just a few years later, Martisorov and Kanevsky were charged with defrauding insurance companies by faking auto accidents. Cohen was not implicated in those allegations, and charges against Martirosov were later dropped. But according to the Times, the scam was of a kind dominated by criminal organizations from former Soviet countries.
Cohen has also made real estate deals that experts described to the Times as suspicious. In one transaction, Cohen sold four Manhattan buildings for $32 million in cash in a single day, nearly three times what he paid for them just a few years before. A former banker commenting on those transactions described Cohen as “the type of person you’d see most bankers steer clear of.” The identity of the buyers in those deals is unknown.
Cohen has also both made and received large loans on the basis of questionable collateral. In 2014, Cohen borrowed at least $20 million against the value of taxi medallions he owns. Those loans were refinanced to delay repayment just last month, even as taxi medallions have lost a great deal of value thanks to the rise of ride-hailing services like Uber. Cohen’s taxi businesses owe more than $375,000 in taxes and fines in New York and Chicago, according to the Times. But Cohen and his father-in-law have nonetheless made millions of dollars in loans to the manager of Cohen’s Chicago taxis, with few assets to back them up.
All of this fits a pattern common to Donald Trump and others in his orbit. Jared Kushner’s family business faces massive, potentially catastrophic debt related to its Manhattan real estate holdings, and signs that Kushner has sought financing in Russia may have contributed to the recent downgrading of his national security clearance. Trump’s own business obligations, not all of which are understood because he has not made customary financial disclosures, have figured heavily in discussions of his own possible conflicts of interest as president.
As speculation mounts that Cohen could turn on the president to defend his own interests, what may have initially brought them together could wind up tearing them apart.