- PoliticsCBS News
McEnany and President Trump have claimed vote-by-mail leads to voter fraud, though there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity
The newly minted college grad, 22, modeled a vintage Bon Jovi concert tee that she found in the Melrose Place star’s closet.
- BusinessUSA TODAY
Tuesday Morning to shutter 132 stores in first wave of bankruptcy closings. Is your store on the list?
Coronavirus closures pushed Tuesday Morning to file for bankruptcy and now the off-price retailer will permanently close about 230 stores.
- EntertainmentThe Telegraph
Gavin Thurston has had parasitic worms burrow under his skin while filming in Congo, been slapped by a silverback gorilla and spent the night sleeping next to a deadly puff adder in Sudan. But the most frightening moment, the Blue Planet cameraman tells me over the phone, took place when he was making a programme about rare black rhinos in Namibia, with presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton. “I heard this low hoo-hoo sound and I said, knowledgably, to the sound recordist, ‘That’s amazing, there are ground hornbills here!’ You see them normally in pairs of four, they’re a sort of turkey-sized bird. We carried on, got the shot of the rhino… and Saba and the ranger beckoned to us, called us over quite urgently, so we rushed over the camera kit thinking they could maybe still see the rhino.” “And Saba said to us, ‘There are lions right here. And they’re hunting us now.’ I’m suddenly thinking, s---, how stupid am I? I thought that low sound was ground hornbills – and it wasn’t. It was the contact calls of lions.” “Sure enough, no sooner had the ranger put bullets in his gun than this lioness came out of nowhere charging straight at us. He fired a shot over her head, she didn’t slow. He fired another shot in front of her, kicked up gravel in her face and she stopped, but her ears were down, she had this most amazing wild, angry look. She was about 15 feet from us, and the ranger said, ‘Right, we’ve got to get back to the car before it gets dark. You look ahead, I’ll keep my eye on this lioness.’ “There were six other lionesses in the group, and I was scanning the trees, the bushes, looking for these other females, wondering where they could be. That buzz of adrenaline it was almost like taking a performance enhancing drug – all your senses come alive. I could see every blade of grass… When we arrived at the car the other six lionesses just stuck their heads up out of the grass. Even with four pairs of eyes, we hadn’t seen them. They’d been tracking us the whole way.”
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"There have been many tears shed...all because of a $5 plant."
- U.S.Associated Press
The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Wednesday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. — Nevada's casinos will reopen next week, including those on the Las Vegas Strip.
The two are celecoxib, sold by Pfizer Inc for arthritis pain under the brand name Celebrex, and carprofen, used for pets under several brand names, including Rimadyl from Zoetis Inc. The researchers say the molecular structures of these drugs could be used as starting points for developing derivatives with more potent effects against the coronavirus. It appears that the virus injures the lining of blood vessels - the endothelium - leading blood to clot as it flows past the damage.