- EntertainmentUSA TODAY Entertainment
The new "Saved by the Bell" won't be quite as silly and cartoony as the original, but it will have plenty of callbacks, producers said.
- BusinessMotley Fool
Novavax Ready to Produce Nearly 3 Billion Coronavirus Vaccine Doses (With a Little Help From Friends)
Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) has only completed the first phase of clinical trials for its coronavirus vaccine, NVX-CoV2373, but the relatively small biotech has already lined up at least 2.75 billion in manufacturing capacity through partnerships and an acquisition. Despite not having any drugs on the market, the biotech was able to secure the capacity through about $2 billion in funding from the U.S. government and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations. The deal with Takeda to sell NVX-CoV2373 in Japan entitles Novavax to undisclosed development and commercial-milestone payments as well as a portion of proceeds from the vaccine sold by Takeda.
The 21-year-old quadruple threat (actor, singer, dancer, and producer, TYVM) really, really wants to be done with “the D-word.”
- PoliticsThe Week
Trump campaign Twitter account @TrumpWarRoom has tweeted and retweeted some questionable things in the past. Lately, it's been all systems go against former Vice President Joe Biden, who is set to oppose President Trump in November's election.The latest effort to bring down Biden is a series of tweets that seem to claim Biden is pro-crime. In a blog post, the campaign points to Biden staffer's donations to bail funds amid the nationwide protests against police brutality. The campaign highlighted four alleged "regular criminals," all of them Black, who were supposedly freed from jail thanks to Biden. Remember Willie Horton? President Trump's campaign is tweeting mugshots of black people to attack Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/ursYZoXv5b — Chris Megerian (@ChrisMegerian) August 11, 2020The mugshots were posted alongside rhetorical questions like "Does Joe Biden regret his campaign putting women in danger?" The donations to the bail fund were made by individual staffers, not by the Biden campaign as a whole. Still, the post asserts the streets are now less safe "thanks in part to the Biden campaign."The Trump campaign's strategy was quickly denounced as racist fearmongering. The Washington Post's Philip Bump pointed out that Biden himself is only loosely connected to the bailouts, and that it's not clear those pictured have been convicted of the crimes listed. Given Trump's insistence on respecting "due process," it seems like a significant oversight.More stories from theweek.com The case against American truck bloat Trump and his aides reportedly think they have Democrats in a 'real pickle' with the COVID-19 aid stalemate Trump is still stewing over Kamala Harris' questioning of Brett Kavanaugh: 'She was nasty'
Sturgis motorcycle rally attendees lounge in bikinis, pack into bars, and mock mask wearers: 'It's like COVID does not exist here'
One Sturgis vendor said he loves the old America vibes at the event that celebrates Trump, police, and the military.
- SportsNBC Sports Boston
Cam Newton and the Patriots are the perfect marriage in 2020, but the QB seems to aware that marriage may not last into 2021.
- LifestyleIn The Know
You probably remember your favorite Halloween costume from your childhood … but what about your least favorite?