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Fletcher Cox found a gift in the end zone.
Is the Woodley-Paul rematch back on?
Alphabet Inc's Google dominates Australia's online advertising market to the point of harming publishers, advertisers and consumers, the country's antitrust regulator said, calling for new rules to stop "anti-competitive self-preferencing". A report by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), published on Tuesday, said more than 90% of clicks on advertisements traded through the Australian "ad tech" supply chain passed through at least one Google service in 2020. "Google has used its vertically integrated position to operate its ad tech services in a way that has, over time, led to a less competitive ad tech industry," ACCC Chair Rod Sims said in a statement, released alongside the report.
There’s never a dull moment in college football.
During a media day appearance, injured superstar Kawhi Leonard said the possibility of returning this season played a role in his decision to sign a long-term contract extension with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Who, exactly, is protecting female athletes on college campuses? Anyone? If headlines from the last few months are any indication, there aren't many who are.
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 28 — The Health Ministry logged another 258 deaths due to Covid-19 this morning, bringing the total number of fatalities from the pandemic here to 25,695. Out of the new deaths...
But there's a sense that life's events, in all of their complexity, are simply unfolding for the over 9,300 Afghan evacuees who have come to call this U.S. military base in New Jersey home over the past month or so - and who may be here for some time. Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is one of eight locations in the United States hosting tens of thousands of Afghans who fled aboard U.S. evacuation flights when the United States exited Afghanistan last month after losing the war to the Taliban. Construction crews push piles of gravel around and are adding to the already vast expanse of white tents housing evacuees.
Vice President Kamala Harris has hired two new advisers at a time when she is leading the charge for the Biden administration on a number of issues including voting rights and immigration from Central America. Lorraine Voles and Adam Frankel who worked with Harris during the transition, have joined the team and will focus on strategic communications, long-term planning and organizational development, a White House official with knowledge of the matter said. The two advisers began their new roles in August and will serve only temporarily in the White House, the official said, without specifying how long they will stay.
The gaming giant agreed to the move in a settlement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
A strike would void the protocols, which were quietly extended weeks ago, for most film and TV productions
Channel 4 and BBC alumna Babita Bahal is joining Fremantle in the newly created role of group head of diversity, equity and inclusion, reporting to group HR director Nicky Gray. Bahal was head of creative diversity at U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 where she was instrumental to key projects including the channel’s recent “Black to Front” […]
In the world of rock ’n’ roll, sometimes you’ve got to dream big. Indeed, Jack Black and Kyle Gass frequently proclaimed their duo Tenacious D to be “the greatest band on earth” on their eponymous HBO series, which stretched six episodes out between 1997-2000. On the show, Black and Gass utilized nothing more than acoustic […]
Japanese drugmaker Eisai Co on Monday began its application process for its experimental drug for early Alzheimer's disease using an accelerated approval pathway, the same path that helped Eisai's development partner Biogen Inc win U.S. approval of its medication in June. The Biogen/Eisai drug Aduhelm was the first Alzheimer's treatment to win approval in nearly 20 years, but the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) controversial use of the accelerated approval process - which authorizes drugs for severe conditions without strong proof of a benefit to patients - has come under heavy fire.
Officials reported a fresh eruption at the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma on the evening of September 27.The Canary Islands Volcanology Institute (INVOLCAN) said an eruption took place at around 8 pm local time.Copernicus EMS said on Monday that satellite imagery indicated that some 513 homes and 18.9 kilometers (11.7 miles) of roadway had been destroyed by volcanic activity since September 19.This footage, recorded later on Monday evening, shows lava spewing from the volcano. Credit: idafe.com via Storyful
Spencer Dinwiddie, still a big crypto guy.
An attorney for Britney Spears on Monday stepped up demands for the swift suspension of the singer's father from his role as her guardian, saying he had "crossed unfathomable lines" by reportedly bugging her phone and bedroom. In a court filing ahead of a hearing on Wednesday, attorney Mathew Rosengart said a TV documentary released on Friday contained "deeply disturbing allegations" that "magnify the need to suspend Mr Spears immediately." The New York Times documentary "Controlling Britney Spears" featured a former employee of a security firm hired by Jamie Spears who said he monitored the singer's phone calls and text messages, including some with her previous lawyer.
A federal appeals court on Monday restored the convictions of a co-owner and former employee of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy accused of deceiving regulators before its drugs sparked a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012. The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston ruled that a judge wrongly found it was legally impossible for New England Compounding Center co-owner Gregory Conigliaro and ex-employee Sharon Carter to defraud the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Conigliaro and Carter were among 14 people associated with NECC who were indicted after mold-tainted steroids it produced sparked a fungal meningitis outbreak that sickened 793 people nationally, including more than 100 who died.
Unlike previous versions of the iconic buds, these feature active noise-canceling to block out nearly all ambient and background chatter.
New York Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams on Monday warned of the potential negative market reaction if the United States failed to solve its debt-ceiling issue, but said market participants right now seemed to think the problem would be resolved. The U.S. Congress faces a pair of approaching deadlines to fund the government and address the nation's $28.4 trillion debt ceiling. Meanwhile, independent analysts warn that the U.S. Treasury Department is likely to exhaust its borrowing authority between Oct. 15 and Nov. 4, meaning the government faces the risk of a default if Congress does not act.