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With Black Friday deals beginning earlier than ever this year, the chances of finding great deals on work-from-home essentials are in your favor — especially when it comes to typically expensive computer desks. The post Black Friday is the best time to finally buy a new desk — here are the 7 best deals appeared first on In The Know.
Lawmakers are demanding Emily Murphy formally ascertain Biden's victory, so the president-elect can begin preparing to govern.
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The Hydroponics Technologies Market will grow by USD 450.18 mn during 2020-2024
Finding a high-quality pair of over-ear headphones that are reasonably priced can be a struggle, particularly when the highest-reviewed options retail for upwards of $200. While options from the likes of Bose and Sony are lauded for their premium quality builds and sound emissions, the reality remains that they’re not the most affordable. For instance, the popular Bose 700 noise-canceling headphones currently retail for $379 — a price that is honestly out of reach for many.
Santander Bank, N.A. ("Santander," "Santander Bank" or "the Bank") announced today that it has been named the Business Partner of the Year by Junior Achievement ("JA") of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Each year JA of Southeastern PA honors one of their business partners for their work in the community and support of Junior Achievement.
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A bleak spree of news the past 72 hours leaves college basketball at a crossroads. The sport is crumbling in front of us because of greed, competing agendas and a lack of leadership. And it may mean another canceled NCAA tournament if action isn't taken.
President-elect Joe Biden has chosen former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to serve as treasury secretary, a pivotal role in which she would help shape and direct his economic policies, according to a person familiar with the transition plans. Yellen, who is widely admired in the financial world, would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department in a line stretching back to Alexander Hamilton in 1789. A path-breaking figure in the male-dominated economics field, Yellen, 74, was also the first woman to serve as Fed chair, from 2014 to 2018.
The Law Offices of Frank R. Cruz announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of persons and entities that purchased or otherwise acquired Biogen, Inc. ("Biogen" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: BIIB) securities between October 22, 2019 and November 6, 2020, inclusive (the "Class Period"). Biogen investors have until January 12, 2021 to file a lead plaintiff motion.
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The 118 and the 126 will formally meet when 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star stage their first major crossover in 2021. (Yikes, that was a lot of numbers.) Showrunner Tim Minear on Sunday shared what appeared to be an episodic of Ronen Rubinstein (Lone Star's T.K. Strand) and Oliver Stark (9-1-1's Evan "Buck" Buckley) along […]
Paper products, household cleaners and other staples are in high demand in stores and online again as the coronavirus virus surges across the country.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Nathan Posner/Shutterstock (11002743s) Donald Trump Jnr. speaks at a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia Donald Trump Jr. Press Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA – 05 Nov 2020 On Friday, news broke that Donald Trump Jr. (informally known as President Trump’s second-favorite son) tested positive for COVID-19 — and he is now literally following in his father’s footsteps. Quarantining and taking full advantage of his now-ample free time by tweeting asinine statements and debunked conspiracy theories, Don Jr.’s more-deranged-than-usual post-diagnosis antics have caused many to consider the possible effect COVID-19 has on brain functions. (To be fair, there’s little evidence to suggest he had much function in that region to begin with.) A spokesperson for the president’s eldest son confirmed in a statement to CNN that Don Jr. “tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result.” Later that same day, Don Jr. posted a video to Instagram saying, “apparently I got the ‘rona’ before questioning the legitimacy of the test results because, as he sees it, it’s “odd” he’s “totally asymptomatic.” (Several studies have shown that people can test positive for COVID-19 but never experience any symptoms.) Then, on Saturday, the outgoing president addressed his son’s positive diagnosis, tweeting “My son Donald is doing very well. Thank you!” For Jr., who is painfully desperate for his father’s love and attention, that must have been a thrill. While he is no stranger to acting erratic and downright strange on the public stage, Don Jr.’s reaction to his ‘rona’ diagnosis has been odd — even by Trump family standards: He liked every single tweet from news sources reporting on his COVID-19 diagnosis. Then, he claimed he specifically targeted “left wing publications” so he can “read through the comments to see all the tolerance from those who are preaching unity.” And on Monday, Jr. shared a mind-numbingly stupid comment about the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, tweeting, “Asking for a friend: If you burn your house down after having more than six people over for Thanksgiving can that be considered a ‘peaceful protest’ rather than an illegal gathering? #Thanksgiving.” To the surprise of no one, the jokes were immediate. “Asking for a friend: How do you test positive for a Hoax?” one person tweeted. “Would have been bigger news if Donald Trump Jr. tested positive for brain cells,” tweeted another. Others joked about Don Jr.’s alleged cocaine use (hardly a joke, considering COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns have fueled an increase in drug and alcohol dependency), tweeting “The most common symptom after fever is fatigue. What’s the best medicine for fatigue? Cocaine!” While I’m all for shamelessly mocking a member of the Trump family that, make no mistake, deserves it — even Don Jr. acknowledged that he’s an online bully getting what he deserves when he addressed his diagnosis: “God knows I troll, and do my fair share of it, so I guess it comes back to me, in time, as well. That’s the game.” But all joking aside, COVID-19 does impact brain functionality, both in the short and long term. A common symptom, losing the ability to smell and taste, suggests that the virus attacks the nervous system. A case study out of France found that 67% of patients had neurological problems as a result of contracting COVID-19, and another study conducted by the University of Liverpool found that everything from severe confusion to inflammation of the brain can be a result of COVID-19. Yet another study found that COVID-19 symptoms can and often do include headaches, dizziness, weakness, confusion, eye movement problems, seizures, and paralysis, and that anywhere from 30-50% of COVID-19 patients will experience a range of neurological issues. So while the jokes do write themselves, COVID-19, the record number of cases, and the rising number of hospitalizations is no laughing matter. Don Jr. didn’t have enough brain power to buck his father’s nonchalant attitude toward the virus and COVID-19 safety measures, so much so that he got sick himself. Here’s hoping he is just…kicked off Twitter. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Aubrey O'Day, Trump Jr.'s Ex, "Has Receipts"Oh No, Is Lara Trump Running For Office?Everyone Is Confused By This One Eric Trump Video
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris met with members of the U.S. Conference of Mayors and spoke about the COVID pandemic.
This is fast becoming a tradition for investors focused on consumer discretionary spending: Buy shares of cruise line stocks over the weekend, because as surely as Monday follows Sunday, Monday morning will bring positive news of a new coronavirus vaccine, and cruise line stocks will go up. The tradition began two Mondays ago, when Pfizer announced 90% effectiveness in its new coronavirus vaccine candidate. Cue the stock market rally: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NYSE: NCLH) shares are up 4.8% as of 3:15 p.m. EST, and both Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) and Carnival (NYSE: CCL) (NYSE: CUK) are up 5.3%.
President-elect Joe Biden has planned to announce former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen as his pick for Treasury secretary, the Wall Street Journal reports. If nominated by the Senate, Ms Yellen would become the first woman to ever to lead the Treasury Department. Mr Biden said he would officially announce his pick for Treasury secretary this week, and that the person he’s selected “will be accepted by all elements of the Democratic Party.”