Join In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie Conley this week as she covers all things wellness.
Join In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie Conley this week as she covers all things wellness.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is threatening to sue his predecessor, Ehud Olmert, if he does not apologize for saying the Israeli leader's family suffers from mental illness. A spokesman for the Netanyahu family confirmed Monday that the Netanyahus’ attorney sent Olmert the letter of warning in advance of a possible defamation suit. In an interview last week with Democrat TV, an Israeli news site, Olmert leveled criticism at Netanyahu and said that "what is irreparable is the mental illness of the prime minister, his wife and his son."
The U.S. Census Bureau didn't consult with the 50 states when making its decision to introduce a controversial statistical method used to protect the privacy of participants in the 2020 census, a significant departure from 40 years of practices, according to a leading census historian. Historian Margo Anderson said Friday in a court filing that the Census Bureau should reach out to the states as it works towards putting the finishing touches on the privacy method known as “differential privacy." The Census Bureau plans to release redistricting data in August at the earliest.
The Supreme Court seemed inclined Monday to say that hundreds of millions of dollars in coronavirus relief money tied up in court should benefit Alaska Natives rather than be spread more broadly among Native American tribes around the U.S. The justices heard arguments in a case involving the massive pandemic relief package passed last year and signed into law by then-President Donald Trump. The question for the court is whether Alaska Native corporations, which are for-profit companies that provide benefits and social services to more than 100,000 Alaska Natives, count as “Indian tribes."
The NBA is now allowing fully vaccinated scouts to travel overseas, ESPN reported Monday. Team personnel based in the United States have been barred from international scouting trips since October 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a league memo obtained by ESPN, the NBA is lifting the restrictions for vaccinated personnel "so long as they comply with all applicable government regulations."
The former creative director at Vogue said his love of France started in high school.
Puerto Rico will receive more than $8 billion in Hurricane Maria recovery money withheld during former President Donald Trump’s tenure and have “onerous” restrictions removed over how it can access and spend a larger pool of disaster relief money, the White House said on Monday.
The body-positive advocate opens up about being the role model that she wished she had.
"Thank you all for the love today," said Kate Hudson, who turned 42 on Monday
The Academy is not asking Oscar attendees to wear face masks while cameras are rolling during the live ceremony on April 25. The news was announced on Monday morning during a Zoom meeting with Academy reps and nominees, and studio and personal publicists. An Academy rep explained because the ceremony, being held at Union Station […]
“Mortal Kombat” star Lewis Tan has landed the leading role in an anticipated adaptation of the David Ignatius novel “Quantum Spy.” Tan will serve as star and co-executive producer on the pilot from Boies/Schiller Entertainment, Anonymous Content, Flame Ventures and “24” alum Tony Krantz. The project was first in development at NBC, though Boies/Schiller has […]
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The New York Police Department has agreed to limit its use of sound cannons on crowds, ending a five-year legal battle over claims that the devices caused hearing damage, dizziness and migraines. In a settlement agreement filed in federal court on Monday, the police department said it will no longer use an “alert tone” setting in which the devices emit a series of sharp, painful beeps to disperse crowds. The department is still permitted to use handheld and vehicle-mounted sound cannons to make announcements and play recorded messages, but must make reasonable efforts to do so at a safe distance, according to the agreement.
Today Touchcast unveiled the Touchcast Tower, the world's most stunning and technologically advanced virtual event venue, which is part of their new Iconic Venue Collection of the world's most breathtaking virtual event arenas, theatres, and auditoriums. To mark the unveiling, Touchcast is partnering with legendary musician, producer, and technology innovator will.i.am to host a virtual launch party 1,300 feet above New York City, featuring fireworks, lasers, jaw-dropping beats, views of the Empire State Building, and even a rocket-powered mixing booth, all produced live while will.i.am is at The Future, his studio complex in Los Angeles. The event concludes with a fireside chat with will.i.am and Richard Kerris, Head Of Developer Relations at NVIDIA, and is part of the NVIDIA GTC conference, the world's preeminent artificial intelligence event.
Yahoo Finance’s Henry Bushnell, Kristin Myers and Alexis Christoforous break down the impacts of JPMorgan’s investment in breakaway European Super League.
The global climate change activist told a World Health Organisation new conference on Monday that “global problems” need “global solutions”.
Real estate investors waiting for foreclosures to hit the scene might need to wait a little longer. Find out what's new.
Prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay detention center can begin getting the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as Monday, a senior defense official told The Associated Press, months after a plan to inoculate them was scuttled over outrage that many Americans weren’t eligible to receive the shots. The new timing coincides with President Joe Biden’s deadline for states to make all adults in the U.S. eligible for coronavirus vaccines. The defense official said all 40 men held at the Navy base in Cuba will be offered the vaccination to comply with legal requirements regarding the treatment of prisoners and to help prevent COVID-19 from spreading.
McCormick Chairman and CEO Lawrence Kurzius said he can't keep this classic spice in stock. It's been briskly selling during the pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Director Rob Hardy is cranking up the power with a new first-look deal with Lionsgate and Power creator Courtney Kemp’s End of Episode Productions. “Rob is a brilliant director and a tremendous creative force,” Kemp told Deadline. “It is my great pleasure to have the opportunity to continue our collaboration, and I look forward […]
The major Wall Street indexes slid from record levels on Monday as investors awaited solid guidance from first-quarter earnings to justify the rich valuation equities are trading at, while Tesla Inc shares fell following a fatal car crash. The electric-car maker was down 3.32% after a Tesla vehicle believed to be operating without anyone in the driver's seat crashed into a tree on Saturday north of Houston, killing two occupants. The stock was the biggest drag on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Index.