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Arsenal v. Everton | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 2/23/2020 | NBC Sports



Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s brace lifted Arsenal over Everton in a five-goal thriller at the Emirates. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #Everton #Arsenal #PierreEmerickAubameyang
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Arsenal v. Everton | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 2/23/2020 | NBC Sports


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  1. Alexander Khlapov

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    11:06 Bro Pepe needs to be awake for the last minute corner there, Mustafi was screaming for him to get to the ball

  2. Inez Qtaish

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Inez Qtaish sa u zy N ga li ad tiser

  3. Fifa Killa

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Why not show the outcome of that horrific Richarlison tackle on Ceballos? Just cuts to a corner, wtf

  4. Joshua Zirkiyev

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    How is nobody talking about the amazing save by the goalie at 10:47 ? Definetely saved arsenal

  5. Tyler Grey

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    My stomach drops everytime we need to rely on the arsenal defense..

  6. Ivan D

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    nobody gonna say anything about Pep spying at 12:14?

  7. yummyjackalmeat

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    David Luiz is terrible on defense. He plays the ball well, but can't defend for his life.

  8. Sebastien Rivas

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Very nice game, glad pepe starts cruising but at same time those spaces in Everton defense cccoouugh

  9. Brown Boxer Productions

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    What a match!!!!! Oh to be a Gooner!!

  10. YNW Mafia

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Good job arsenal


    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Iwobi what a clown 😂

  12. Jacob Zlot

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Carlo reaction was the exact same as mine lol, FeelsBadMan

  13. Jacob Zlot

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    why does everton always do me like this 🙁

  14. Nate TheGreat

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    And you wonder why you don’t get play time kean idiot

  15. See Ess

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Artetas Arsenal is the real deal, its crazy how playing people in the right positions produces immediate results, just goes to show how awful the previous manager really was.

  16. antiagonista

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    What an ugly game

  17. Abadin Rani

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    The commentators had barely finished mentioning that Leno had kept two back-to-back clean sheets in the PL when Arsenal conceded a goal within the first minute of the game! 🤦‍♀️ Thank God we didn't lose the game… we need to build momentum if we want a shot at finishing in the top 7 this year. 😭😭😭

  18. S&A

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    6:40 Peté 😂

  19. David Blake Olsen

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Pickford is rubbish

  20. Iain Richards

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    moise kean is a donkey

  21. robert schaefer

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Amazing match of football!

  22. Darwin Martinez

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    7:23 that was the awkward celebration I have ever seen

  23. Daniel Vega

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    are we just not gonna mention calvert lewis’s header? alright…

  24. L ddd

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Are we ignoring the fact that Saka is got like 9 assists this season?

  25. Gbenga Oni

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Who laughs last laughs best. Calvert Lewin where is your dancing steps after the final whistle?

  26. Toni!

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Does Pickford have iron boots on?

  27. Nb B182

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Mourinho is finished.

  28. Dominique Dourneau

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Get rid of Luis…he suck with his country team and with Arsenal…

  29. Ricardo Piceno

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Love the way Ancelotti told Richarlson to shut up and relax @7.00 shows so much class

  30. NurtureLove88

    25.02.2020 at 01:15

    Arteta is doing good by the club

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Justice Department investigates lawmaker’s stock trades



Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee

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The Department of Justice is investigating stock transactions made by at least one lawmaker earlier this year before the market’s steep, coronavirus-driven declines, according to a report Monday. 

CNN, citing two people familiar with the matter, reported that the inquiry is being conducted in coordination with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

CNN reported that, so far, the FBI has reached out to at least one member of Congress, Sen. Richard Burr, a Republican from North Carolina.

The Justice Department declined to comment Monday when CNBC asked whether it was investigating the stock transactions. The chairman of the SEC likewise declined to comment, citing agency policy.

Burr, who is chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, came under scrutiny earlier this month about his decision to sell between $630,000 and $1.7 million worth of stock. The sales came about one week before global financial markets began a precipitous drop as concerns intensified over the coronavirus’ economic consequences. 

At the time of the sales, Burr had been receiving information about the spread of COVID-19.

Officials from the executive branch had been briefing senators since at least January, including an all-senators briefing on Jan. 24. 

Burr previously said in a statement that his stock moves were based “solely on public news reports,” including those from CNBC. 

Alice Fisher, an attorney at the firm of Latham & Watkins, who is advising Burr, said in a statement Monday to NBC News that, “The law is clear that any American – including a senator – may participate in the stock market based on public information, as Senator Burr did.” 

“When this issue arose, Senator Burr immediately asked the Senate Ethics Committee to conduct a complete review, and he will cooperate with that review as well as any other appropriate inquiry.  Senator Burr welcomes a thorough review of the facts in this matter, which will establish that his actions were appropriate,” Fisher said in her statement.

SEC Chair Jay Clayton declined to comment Monday during a CNBC interview about whether there was an ongoing investigation into lawmakers’ stock moves.

But Clayton said during his interview on “Squawk Box” that “anyone who is privy to private information about a company or about markets needs to be cautious about how they use that private information.”

“That’s sort of fundamental to our securities laws. And that applies to government employees, public officials, etc., and the STOCK Act codifies that,” Clayton said.

The STOCK Act is a 2012 law that bars members of Congress from using inside information from their official positions for private gain.

There is no evidence that stock moves from Burr or other lawmakers broke laws or Senate rules.

But CNN reported the FBI and SEC will routinely look into stock transactions that have drawn public scrutiny. 

In addition to Burr’s transactions, sales made by Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., also drew criticism. 

Loeffler, who sold between $1.25 million and $3.1 million worth of stock in late January and early February, has defended the trades as proper.

A spokesman for Loeffler said Monday that the senator has not been contacted by the FBI. 

The spokesman also said the senator “has acted in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the law.”

Loeffler has said the decisions were made by a third-party investment advisor without her knowledge or the knowledge of her husband, Jeffrey Sprecher. The trades were made by accounts jointly owned by Loeffler and Sprecher. 

Sprecher is chairman of the New York Stock Exchange and chairman and CEO of its holding company, Intercontinental Exchange.

Intercontinental Exchange has also said the stock trades from Loeffler and Sprecher were “in compliance” with company policies.

The company did not immediately respond to CNBC’s inquiry Monday over whether it has been contacted by the Justice Department, FBI or SEC. 

California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., also made stock transactions in the weeks after a Jan. 24 private briefing to senators about COVID-19 by health officials in the Trump administration.

A spokesperson for Inhofe said the senator has not been contacted by investigators in regards to stock transactions. 

Inhofe has said the sales in his accounts were part of ongoing sales he ordered for his stock portfolio when he became chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. He became chairman in September 2018. He also has said he was not at the Jan. 24 briefing. 

A spokesman for Feinstein on Monday said he was not aware of any contact between the senator’s office and investigators looking into recent stock transactions. 

Feinstein previously said she was not able to attend the Jan. 24 briefing and that the in-question stock moves were made by her husband. 

“I have no input into his decisions,” Feinstein said in a statement earlier this month. The statement noted that under Senate rules she reports the financial transactions of her spouse and that her assets are held in a blind trust. 

“My husband in January and February sold shares of a cancer therapy company. This company is unrelated to any work on the coronavirus and the sale was unrelated to the situation,” Feinstein said. 


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