Matt Thomas (Toronto Raptors) with a deep 3 vs the Detroit Pistons, 03/03/2021
Matt Thomas (Toronto Raptors) with a deep 3 vs the Detroit Pistons, 03/03/2021
A hundred days after the Capitol insurrection, Jon Schaffer plans to enter a guilty plea and admit to invading the U.S. Capitol while armed with bear spray.
You've probably seen the headlines about people who were recently vaccinated but still contracted COVID-19: in my hometown of St. Louis, a woman contracted COVID a month after receiving her second dose of the vaccine, a New York City man tested positive two weeks after getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and Michigan health officials reported that nearly 250 people in Michigan who were fully vaccinated still contracted COVID. Can You Still Get COVID-19 If You're Fully Vaccinated?
The president could change the "draconian and discriminatory" policy with the flick of a pen, Democratic lawmakers said in a letter.
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Facebook banned a New York Post report on a BLM co-founder’s real estate purchases, but hasn’t taken action against a similar Post article written the same day by the same journalist. The banned New York Post article details Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ “million-dollar real estate buying binge.” Facebook said in a statement that the article “shared multiple details which could identify the residence . . . in violation of her privacy rights.” But the social media platform has not blocked another Post profile focusing on one of Khan-Cullors’ multiple residences, published the same day and by the same journalist as the banned story. Post reporter Isabel Vincent published a story on April 10 based on a nugget from a celebrity blog which noted that Khan-Cullors, “a self-described Marxist,” spent $1.4 million on a mini compound in Topanga Canyon, an exclusive secluded neighborhood in Los Angeles. That article, titled “Marxist BLM leader buys $1.4 million home in ritzy LA enclave,” can currently be freely shared on Facebook. Khan-Cullors has called critiques of her lifestyle “wanting.” “I see my money as not my own,” she explained. “I see it as my family’s money as well.” In a fantastic interview with @marclamonthill #patricecullors explains how her home ownership and income don’t betray her marxist principles. It’s all for her family. pic.twitter.com/MPAo3ZE7JK — #1 #SNOWFALLFX FAN IN LIFE (free Melody) (@VanLathan) April 16, 2021 Hours after publishing the short news item focusing on one of the activists’ many homes, Vincent published a longer profile of Khan-Cullors, noting that property records — public information — show how the BLM leader has bought “four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone” since 2016. The Post detailed the purchases and also cited “a real estate source” who said Khan-Cullors and spouse Janaya Khan were spotted shopping at an elite Bahamas development, though it is unclear if they purchased anything. “People who buy at the Albany are buying their fourth or fifth home,” an unidentified resort worker told the paper. “This is not a second-home residence. It’s extremely high-end, and people are coming here for complete and total privacy.” However, Facebook removed that story “for violating our privacy and personal information policy,” according to a company spokesperson. Facebook on why it blocked a NY Post article. This all applies to lots of articles on news sites. pic.twitter.com/oEdzX0Hy72 — Ben Smith (@benyt) April 16, 2021 When asked by National Review why the first Post article on Khan-Cullors’ real estate ventures does not violate Facebook’s policies, while the second one does, a spokesperson did not attempt to clarify.
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Apr. 16—Update: 9:32 a.m. A Frederick County Sheriff's Office spokesman said authorities have identified a person of interest in Friday morning's deadly shooting at the Country Inn and Suites hotel in Frederick, and the sheriff's office is working to contact that person and bring them in for questioning. Spokesman Todd Wivell said the 17-year-old victim's next of kin is being notified this ...
On the wing, Alec Burks complements the Knicks bench unit well. Burks has seen time primarily at the small forward position, but he’s also played both guard positions in various lineups.
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The Schall Law Firm, a national shareholder rights litigation firm, reminds investors of a class action lawsuit against BELLUS Health Inc. ("BELLUS" or "the Company") (NASDAQ: BLU) for violations of §§10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
London, England--(Newsfile Corp. - April 16, 2021) - Net Savings Link, Inc. (OTC Pink: NSAV), a cryptocurrency, blockchain and digital asset technology company, today announced that it has acquired a strategic stake in UK-based Cryptocurrency Trading Platform, VirtuaBroker Ltd. https://virtuabroker.com, whose platform is based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and offers a full range of trading services, such as portfolio management, price search function, and much more. VirtuaBroker's platform supports nearly all the major ...
Ewan Downie, Chief Executive Officer, i-80 Gold Corp. ("i-80" or the "Company") (TSX: IAU), and his team joined Karoline Hunter, Head, Company Services, TMX Group, to celebrate the Company's new listing on Toronto Stock Exchange and open the market.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 16, 2021 / WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of MultiPlan Corporation f/k/a Churchill Capital Corp.U): (i) between July 12, 2020 and November 10, 2020, inclusive (the "Class Period"); and (ii) all holders of Churchill III Class A common stock entitled to vote on Churchill III's merger with and acquisition of Polaris Parent Corp.
“F9: The Fast Saga,” the ninth film in the “Fast & Furious” franchise, is jumping off the starting line early and will open in China more than a month ahead of its North American release, Universal has announced. “F9” will open in theaters on May 21 in China, as well as in other international territories throughout May, including Russia, Korea, the Middle East, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Vietnam. It’s currently slated for release in North America on June 25, after it was pushed back from as early as last summer as a result of the coronavirus and then again as theaters slowly crawl back to opening up. The combined box office gross for the “Fast & Furious” franchise in China and the other international markets is over $1.6 billion, as well as $508 million on the last film, 2017’s “The Fate of the Furious.” Also Read: 'F9' Director Justin Lin Details the '8 Months of Prep' to Capture Wild 4-Second Stunt (Video) China will be one of the first markets to debut “F9,” and the market there has already seen enormous growth out of the pandemic and generally accounts for 30% of the global box office haul. The “Fast” saga holds multiple records in China. The eighth “Fast and Furious” is the second biggest Hollywood film of all time with 2.7 billion RMB, and “Furious 7” is close behind it at No. 3 with 2.4 billion RMB. Five films have released in China specifically for a total of over $1 billion. “The Fate of the Furious” is also the No. 2 biggest opening of all time, beaten only last year by the recent hit “Detective Chinatown 3.” Deadline first reported the “F9” release date. Read original story ‘F9’ to Open in China in May, More Than a Month Ahead of North America At TheWrap
Londoner Brad Gudger, 27, is aiming to raise around £250,000 to maintain and develop new app, Alike
States will receive $1 billion from the CDC to detect and monitor more contagious strains of COVID-19, beginning in May.
LeCroy, who claimed Rodriguez DMed her during his engagement to Lopez, sent the pair well wishes amid their high-profile breakup.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is alerting consumers about a recall of the 9-ounce bags of Trader Joe's Restaurant Style White Corn Tortilla Chips because they may contain undeclared milk. Anyone with an allergy or sensitivity to milk who unknowingly consumes these chips may develop a serious or life-threatening reaction.The chips come in a white bag with blue designs and brown lettering. All have a "Sell By" date of 08/09/21, 08/10/21, or 08/11/21 in the upper right-hand corner on the front of the bag. They were produced by Snak King Corporation but sold at Trader Joe's locations in over 20 states across the country. To see if yours is one, go to the FDA's website. No illnesses have been reported.RELATED: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right NowThere is no mention of what sparked the Trader Joe's tortilla chips recall, but the announcement says that anyone with the bags in their pantry should stop consuming them and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.Symptoms of a milk allergy include hives, wheezing, coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, runny nose, and watery eyes, as well as swelling, itching, or tingling around the lips or mouth, according to The Mayo Clinic. An allergy is also different than lactose intolerance, which doesn't involve the immune system.This isn't the only recall affecting products at big-name grocery stores right now. 7,464 Packages of This Snack Are Being Urgently Recalled From Kroger Stores.To get all the latest recall and grocery store news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!
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The Queen Mother's funeral was attended by more than 2,000 guests.