Daniel Gafford (Chicago Bulls) with a dunk vs the Charlotte Hornets, 01/22/2021
Daniel Gafford (Chicago Bulls) with a dunk vs the Charlotte Hornets, 01/22/2021
COVID-19 has shown the risk of letting an infectious disease go unchecked, an attorney for the plaintiffs said.
The couple discussed their reasons for leaving the royal family.
In celebrating women’s history this month, we should be putting special emphasis on the women who pioneered the literary world, both nationally and internationally. There is no greater way to understand history than exploring stories detailing the experiences of women around the world. March 8 is International Women’s Day––though, in my opinion, women should be celebrated every day, but I’ll take any excuse to hype up female authors any chance I get.
The Board of Trustees of the CBRE Clarion Global Real Estate Income Fund (NYSE: IGR) (the "Fund") has declared a monthly distribution of $0.05 per share for the month of March 2021. The following dates apply:
Smith Micro Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2020 Financial Results
Accomplished President & CEO James M. Ford shared his intent to retire in 2022 following the transition of a newly-appointed leader.
Arctic Canadian Diamond Company Ltd. ("Arctic" or the "Company") completed the sale of the Ekati Mine and associated assets from Dominion Diamond Mines to Arctic, a company formed and owned by funds and accounts managed by DDJ Capital Management, Brigade Capital Management, LP and Western Asset Management Company, LLC., effective February 4, 2021. Arctic has acquired substantially all of Dominion’s assets, excluding Dominion’s interest in the joint venture agreement and liabilities relating to the Diavik Diamond Mine. The Company has successfully completed recalling all furloughed employees and returned to production on January 20, 2021.
The long delayed Academy Museum Of Motion Pictures looks like it is finally about ready for its Close-up. Ava Duvernay , Ryan Murphy, and Jason Blum will be spearheading plans for the gala opening on September 25, 2021 as part of a week long program of celebrations leading to its official unveiling for the public […]
Long Island Jewish (LIJ) Medical Center, in collaboration with the Northwell Health Cancer Institute, is testing the efficacy of delivering aerosolized chemotherapy to patients who currently have few treatment options, the second such clinical trial site in the nation. For 74-year-old Anita Wolf, of Lake Grove, NY, the novel therapy is a welcome development.
The U.S. Senate passed the $1.9 trillion stimulus over the weekend, and the CDC provided some more positive news as well.
Many higher-income families no longer need help, but $1,400 checks will still be a lifeline for millions.
EXCLUSIVE Update Monday: Thanks to the reopening of New York City movie theaters in the five boroughs, the overall New York DMA which includes outlying areas Long Island, Westchester County, Connecticut and New Jersey posted $1.07M at the box office, a 380% jump over last weekend according to B.O. sources. Those ticket sales are from […]
Shares of Greenwich LifeSciences (NASDAQ: GLSI) were skyrocketing 48.8% higher as of 3:19 p.m. EST on Monday. The huge jump came after the company announced the hiring of Jaye Thompson as vice president of clinical and regulatory affairs. In this case, though, the hiring of Thompson increased investors' confidence about the potential for success in the late-stage study of Greenwich's GP2 cancer immunotherapy candidate in treating breast cancer.
Comoto Family of Brands today announced the hire of Jen Dunstan as Media Lead to the company’s content and media team.
Leftwing former president has political rights restored by judgeWorkers’ party leader was jailed on corruption charges in 2018 The former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is expected to challenge the far-right encumbent, Jair Bolsonaro, in next year’s elections. Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva could be set for a sensational comeback attempt after a supreme court judge annulled a series of criminal convictions against the leftist icon and restored his political rights. The ruling, which analysts called a political bombshell, means Lula is almost certain to challenge Brazil’s incumbent president, Jair Bolsonaro, in the 2022 presidential election. “The election starts today … It’s virtually impossible Lula won’t be a candidate,” said Thomas Traumann, a Rio de Janeiro-based political observer. “In American terms, it’s going to be like Sanders versus Trump.” The Valor Econômico, Brazil’s leading financial newspaper, declared: “Lula is back in the game.” Lula was president of Latin America’s largest economy for two terms, between 2003 and 2011, and oversaw a historic period of commodity-fuelled growth and poverty reduction. The Workers’ party (PT) politician, who is now 75, had hoped to seek a third term in 2018 but was sidelined after being jailed on disputed corruption charges, paving the way for Bolsonaro’s landslide victory. Lula was released from prison in November 2019 after 580 days behind bars but remained unable to seek election after being stripped of his political rights. Speaking to the Guardian last April, the former shoeshine boy played down speculation he would challenge Bolsonaro in 2022 but accused the far-right former army captain of leading Brazilians “to the slaughterhouse” with his “grotesque” and “reckless” response to the coronavirus pandemic. “You can be certain the left will be governing Brazil again after 2022,” Lula claimed. “We will vote for someone who is committed to human rights and respects them, who respects environmental protection, who respects the Amazon … who respects blacks and the indigenous. We’re going to elect someone who is committed to the poor of this country.” Traumann said Monday’s ruling was an unmistakable turning point and potentially positive for those who wanted to see the back of Bolsonaro, under whose highly controversial watch more than 265,000 Brazilians have lost their lives to Covid-19. “If you are absolutely opposed to Bolsonaro, this is good news – because you have a candidate who is undeniably strong, popular and who can defeat Bolsonaro. “The problem is that there is a pretty reasonable number of people who don’t want either of them [as president] – and if these people don’t get together and come up with a [third] candidate now, there will be no room for them,” Traumann added. “If the other candidates don’t decide to run now, by the time we get to next year things will be so polarised that there will be no room for a third candidate.” Some believe Bolsonaro will also relish a potential election fight with the bearded former union leader who is a bogeyman for many conservative voters. Lula supporters expressed joy at the decision on social media, with some using the hashtag #LulaPresidente2022. One PT ally tweeted a video of the septuagenarian politician pumping iron in the gym to the sound of a song by the Brazilian composer Chico Buarque called Tô Voltando (“I’m coming back”). “Fill the house with flowers because I’m on my way back,” its lyrics announce. Meanwhile, there were signs of political heartburn from several personalities who have been trying to position themselves as supposedly centrist alternatives to Bolsonaro’s radical administration. Bolsonaro’s estranged former health minister, Luiz Henrique Mandetta, who is reportedly plotting a presidential run, tweeted: “The extremes rejoice because they feed off each other.” Luciano Huck, one of Brazil’s best-known TV presenters and another potential contender, tweeted: “One thing’s for sure: you can’t complete a sticker album with doubles.”
While biological factors can play a role in predisposition to suicidal thoughts, a person's environment is also a significant factor.
While some recipients need their incoming stimulus checks to get by, others are planning to use that money to help secure their financial future.
Opening Day in Chicago will take place with fans in the ballparks for the first time in more than a year. Mayor Lori Lightfoot's administration announced Monday that crowds at Wrigley Field and Guaranteed Rate Field initially will be limited to 20 percent capacity, with at least 6 feet of distance between parties. "As a diehard sports fan myself, I'm personally excited to have Chicago take its first, cautious steps toward safely reopening our beloved baseball stadiums to fans this season," Lightfoot said.
First Resource Bank (OTCQX: FRSB), focused on hybrid community banking, today announced that Glenn Marshall, CEO and Lauren Ranalli, President & CFO, will present live at VirtualInvestorConferences.com on March 11, 2021.
Walker cannot be re-charged for the crimes after Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Olu Stevens ruled the charges would be dismissed with prejudice on Monday.