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"I knew her before any of this big fame hit," David Harbour said of Millie Bobby Brown
The board of regents for Texas and Oklahoma officially accepted the offer from the SEC on Friday morning.
New evidence showing the delta variant is as contagious as chickenpox and may be more dangerous than other versions has prompted U.S. health officials to consider changing advice on how the nation fights the coronavirus, internal documents show. Recommending masks for everyone and requiring vaccines for doctors and other health workers are among measures the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is considering, according to internal documents obtained by the Washington Post. The documents a
MONTREAL — The COVID-19 pandemic robbed the Montreal Alouettes of a 2020 season and co-owner Sidney Spiegel the chance to see his franchise play. Spiegel died Wednesday in Toronto. Both the Alouettes and CFL confirmed Siegel's passing in separate statements Friday. Spiegel's age wasn't divulged. But he was listed as being 89 when he and Gary Stern purchased the Alouettes from the CFL in January 2020. Stern was not only Spiegel's business partner but also his son-in-law. The CFL purchased the Alo
Former U.S. President Donald Trump pressured the Justice Department to overturn the 2020 presidential election results, according to internal documents released by the chair of the House of Representatives Oversight and Reform Committee on Friday. The handwritten notes, taken by then-Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, paint a damning picture of Trump as he desperately sought to get the Justice Department to take the unprecedented step of intervening in the 2020 presidential election, which he lost. The notes details a Dec. 27 phone call in which Jeffrey Rosen, who was appointed as acting attorney general a few days later, is quoted as telling Trump: "Understand that the DOJ can't + won't snap its fingers + change the outcome of the election."
Only three days before its expiration, the White House had said it would not extend the moratorium and that Congress should do it.
Act now to stop garment workers being abusedA watchdog for the clothing trade is urgently needed to protect vulnerable workers around the world, argues Fiona Gooch Garment workers at a factory in Bangladesh during the pandemic. Photograph: NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock
Botswana's health minister said on Friday that the government was paying the equivalent of $15 a dose for the COVID-19 vaccine developed by China's Sinovac Biotech and almost $29 a dose for U.S. company Moderna's shot. African countries have struggled to procure enough vaccines in the global scramble for doses, with coverage secured through World Health Organization (WHO) and African Union (AU)-backed schemes so far falling short of the continent's needs. Under pressure over a recent spike in COVID-19 infections, health minister Edwin Dikoloti revealed how much the diamond-rich southern African country was paying in bilateral deals with pharmaceutical companies Sinovac, Moderna and India's Bharat Biotech.
(Bloomberg) -- Codelco’s sales surged last quarter as the world’s biggest copper supplier ramped up production just as rebounding economies sent prices of the metal to record highs.The state-owned producer is navigating Covid-19 restrictions in Chile better than some of its private-sector rivals this year, registering an almost tenfold jump in contributions to state coffers. That’s good news for a nation seeking funding for pandemic relief and policies to counter inequalities after mass protests
Battaash may bow out after losing King George crown to impressive SuesaRetirement moves closer for multiple Goodwood winnerBaaeed on course for Group One prizes after runaway win Suesa wins the King George Stakes at Goodwood with Battaash (blue striped cap) well beaten. Photograph: Steven Cargill/racingfotos.com/Rex/Shutterstock
Michael Freedy had decided to wait a year to get vaccinated because he was concerned about possible side effects
New Delhi [India], July 30 (ANI): Union Minister for Railways, Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw along with other ministers called on President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Friday.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 30, 2021--T.Y. Lin International announces that Nyree Quintero, Vice President has been promoted to Director for Alternative Delivery, Americas.
DUBLIN, July 30, 2021--The "Ileostomy - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
DUBLIN, July 30, 2021--The "Water Filter Jug Market, by Product Type, by Capacity, by Distribution Channel, and by End Use, and by Region - Size, Share, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2020 - 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Variety will bestow its Intl. Achievement in Film Award on Alberto Barbera at a ceremony at the Venice Film Festival next month. Barbera, who has been the topper of the festival since 2012, extended his contract till 2024. The former critic spent March through June 2020 selecting films for Venice not knowing if the event […]
UNC says it lacks legal authority, but many private colleges and universities in NC are mandating COVID vaccines. (Letters to the Editor)
San Diego, California--(Newsfile Corp. - July 30, 2021) - The BlueCity Holdings Limited class action lawsuit charges BlueCity Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: BLCT), certain of its top executives, the underwriters of BlueCity's July 8, 2020 initial public offering ("IPO"), and others with violations of the Securities Act of 1933. The BlueCity class action lawsuit seeks to represent purchasers of BlueCity American Depositary Shares ("ADSs") pursuant and/or traceable to the offering documents issued in .
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European Union banks moved closer to being able to pay dividends again after an overall strong performance in stress tests by the region's banking watchdog, published on Friday. The tests showed that EU banks took a 265 billion euro ($314.7 billion) hit in a test of their resilience to economic shocks, which still left them with two-thirds of their buffers intact, the European Banking Authority said. The results of the tests, which were delayed from last year due to COVID-19, are seen as critical to banks resuming dividend payouts, which were barred during the pandemic in order to conserve capital.