NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 36
NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 36
The departure of cornerback Chido Awuzie is another example of how bad the 2017 NFL Draft was for the Cowboys.
Labyrinth City : Pierre the Maze Detective is a 2D puzzle video game in which you play Pierre, an eminent Maze detective. You will have to find your way through the immense labyrinths of Opera City to catch Mr. X, an infamous thief who stole the Maze Stone. ?Take a trip through a fantastic world of amazing cities, tree-top towns and haunted houses. During your adventure, you can explore each level to find all the collectibles, solve the mini-games and talk to all the characters to discover their
A newly declassified intelligence community assessment does say, however, that Iran tried to undermine Trump.
The "Investments Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
ALung Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of low-flow extracorporeal carbon dioxide removal (ECCO2R) technologies for treating patients with acute respiratory failure, announced the recent achievement of a significant milestone - enrollment of 100 patients in its U.S. based VENT-AVOID pivotal trial.
CytoSorbents Corporation (NASDAQ: CTSO) announces the filing of an Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) application to conduct the clinical study, "Safe and Timely Antithrombotic Removal - Ticagrelor (STAR-T)," in the United States to support an initial FDA regulatory approval. This is being done under the previously announced FDA Breakthrough Designation granted for the removal of ticagrelor in a cardiopulmonary bypass circuit during urgent and emergent cardiac surgery.
A western Michigan man was arraigned Tuesday after authorities said he made death threats to President Joe Biden, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. Joshua Docter, 21, of Holland, was charged with threat of terrorism and using a computer to commit a crime, according to Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office. The charges were filed Monday in Ottawa County District Court.
International beauty brand Mielle Organics, the #1 Growth and Moisture Black-Owned natural hair care company, is proud to announce the release of the 2021 Unmasked: I Know My Roots series. The multi-part campaign will feature beauty maven and CEO Monique Rodriguez and Mielle Organics Brand Ambassadors, including actress, entertainer and recording artist, LeToya Luckett and reality television personality, rapper and businesswoman Toya Johnson, who share their unmasked experiences with natural hair, mental health, faith, fitness, and more.
State public health departments are ready to begin giving COVID-19 shots to all adult residents if the White House follows through with the promised shots, state public health officials said during a panel discussion on Tuesday. U.S. President Joe Biden has said he plans to direct states and territories to begin giving COVID-19 shots to any adult who wants one in the beginning of May. He said he expects there will be enough supply available for all adults by the end of that month. The United States is on track to have nearly 500 million COVID-19 shots on hand by the end of May if drugmakers Pfizer Inc with partner BioNTech SE, Moderna Inc and Johnson & Johnson make good on promised deliveries.
Experts suggest much of the water Mars once had is now locked up in minerals.
President Biden's nominee for health secretary is likely to be confirmed in the Senate a narrow vote over the next week.The big picture: Biden wants known, trusted people around him, many from the Obama administration, to help implement his policies and turn away from the tumultuous Trump years.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.ScheduleNo upcoming hearingsConfirmed Cabinet membersAvril Haines, confirmed as director of national intelligence on Jan. 21. Retired Gen. Lloyd Austin, confirmed as defense secretary on Jan. 22. Janet Yellen, confirmed as treasury secretary on Jan. 25. Antony Blinken, confirmed as secretary of state on Jan. 26. Pete Buttigieg, confirmed as transportation secretary on Feb. 2. Alejandro Mayorkas, confirmed as secretary of homeland security on Feb. 2.Denis McDonough, confirmed as veterans affairs secretary on Feb. 8. Tom Vilsack, confirmed as agriculture secretary on Feb. 23. Linda Thomas-Greenfield, confirmed as UN ambassador on Feb. 23. Jennifer Granholm, confirmed as energy secretary on Feb. 25.Miguel Cardona, confirmed as education secretary on March 1.Gina Raimondo, confirmed as commerce secretary on March 2. Cecilia Rouse, confirmed to lead Council of Economic Advisers on March 3.Merrick Garland, confirmed as attorney general on March 10.Marcia Fudge, confirmed as secretary for housing and urban development on March 10.Michael Regan, confirmed as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency on March 10.Deb Haaland, confirmed as interior secretary on March 15.Isabel Guzman, confirmed as small business administrator on March 16.Nominees pending confirmation voteMarty Walsh, nominee for labor secretary. Xavier Becerra, nominee for health and human services secretary.William Burns, nominee for CIA director.Katherine Tai, nominee for U.S. trade representative.This page will be updated as more hearings are scheduled.Go deeper: Biden finalizes full slate of Cabinet secretariesMore from Axios: Sign up to get the latest market trends with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free
A 14-year-old okapi from Disney World’s Animal Kingdom is also joining the Greensboro Science Center.
Mar. 16—MOULTRIE, Ga. — On March 4, Southern Regional Technical College honored its finalists and respective institutional winners of the 2021 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL), the Adult Education Student of the Year, and the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Education at the Southwest Georgia Bank Conference Center in Moultrie. The three awards represent excellence ...
Mar. 16—TIFTON, Ga. — The Georgia Peanut Commission will hold a referendum March 15 through April 16 giving peanut producers an opportunity to vote on reaffirming the commission. State law mandates a referendum be held every three years. Georgia peanut producers invest $2 per ton to fund the commission and its research, education, promotion and communication programs. The last referendum in ...
Mar. 16—MOULTRIE — Pitch Hit and Run, the officials skills competition of Major League Baseball, will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 28, at the Knuck McCrary Complex in Moultrie. The Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Authority will host the event. Participation is free. There are baseball and softball divisions for players ages 7-14. Age is determined as of July 17, 2021. ...
Mar. 16—Young women in the community will have their chance to earn scholarship money and claim the title of Fair Queen this year, as the Walker County Fair returns on a smaller scale after its 2020 hiatus. Due to its scholarship opportunities for seniors, the 2021 Walker County Fair Queen contest will join the livestock shows as the only in-person events for this year's Walker County Fair. ...
Italy’s top administrative court has ruled against a conservative think tank affiliated with former White House adviser Steve Bannon over its use of a hilltop monastery to train future populist leaders, a decision Bannon denounced Tuesday as a politically motivated “joke."
Anti-Aging expert and author of "The Glutathione Revolution" is featured this week on the Impact Podcast with John Shegerian.
Growth in secondary cities and suburbs has outstripped demand in central business districts as 57 percent of employees want an office closer to home, according to a new research report from The Instant Group and HICKEY, "The Rise of Suburbia: Can a hub and spoke model really work?"
Mar. 16—A Richmond man is facing several charges after causing a disturbance on the top of a roof while allegedly intoxicated from huffing gasoline. Joshua Spurlock, 24, Richmond, was charged with first-degree criminal mischief, public intoxication under a controlled substance excluding alcohol, menacing, third-degree terroristic threatening, resisting arrest, second-degree indecent exposure, ...