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President Biden is calling on state, territorial, and local governments to provide $100 payments to incentivize Americans to get their COVID-19 vaccines.
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Scott Pianowski continues his Shuffle Up series for the 2021 fantasy draft season, this time turning his microscope on the wide receivers.
President Biden delivers remarks from the White House about coronavirus vaccinations and the administration’s response to the pandemic. Biden is also expected to announce that federal employees will be required to get vaccinated.
Elizabeth Banks and Jameela Jamil talk on Banks' "My Body, My Podcast" about how photos affect how we see our bodies.
"If you can see the dirt on them, clean them," Kutcher said of his approach to bathing his kids. "Otherwise, there's no point."
United drew 2-2 with Brentford on Wednesday and detected the cases following routine testing of the team. The game was called off as a precautionary measure based on COVID protocols, United said, with identified individuals now isolating pending further tests. "At this stage, we do not expect further disruption around our forthcoming matches, but we will continue to follow Premier League protocols in this regard," the club added.
Outer Wilds, the first-person space exploration game beloved by everyone at or no longer at Kotaku—and also every other sentient being on this planet—is getting an expansion. It’s called Echoes of the Eye, and is slated for a September 28 release. Developer Mobius Digital announced the news on Thursday’s Annapurna Interactive showcase.
Yahoo Finance’s Dan Howley breaks down what to expect for Amazon’s Q2 2021 earnings report.
The 56-year-old model has a message to people about aging.
As the U.S. faces a surge of new COVID cases due to the Delta variant, health officials are now recommending that Americans mask up again.
The families of eight Marines and one sailor who died when their amphibious assault vehicle sank off the Southern California coast last summer plan to sue the manufacturer of the vehicle that resembles an armored seafaring tank, their lawyers announced Thursday. BAE Systems knew for a decade or more about a design defect that makes it nearly impossible for troops to open the cargo hatches and escape the 26-ton amphibious vehicles when they sink, attorney Eric Dubin said at a news conference in Oceanside, the city bordering Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base, where most of the troops were based. Dubin added that the troops were trapped inside for 45 minutes before the vehicle, known as an AAV, sank.
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Nelson Griggs, Nasdaq Stock Exchange President, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss Robinhood’s IPO, what that means for the IPO process moving forward, and outlook on the second half of the year.
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We’re never gonna give YOU up, Rick Astley. The “Never Gonna Give You Up” music video has passed 1 billion views on YouTube. The video reached the milestone on Wednesday, almost 12 years after its upload date and more than 30 years after Astley’s earworming declaration of devotion became a worldwide No. 1 hit. Much of the song’s post-80s popularity is due to its co-option as one of the earliest YouTube trends, “rickrolling,” a prank in which someone shares a link promising one thing but actually
Leto is known for disappearing into his roles.
Nigeria's national team has talent, but is undercut by a lack of resources to maintain a comprehensive program.
We finally know when Marvel’s Avengers will receive its next major expansion after a long period of uncertainty: War for Wakanda launches for free on August 17.
A crew member was involved in an on-set accident in Scotland on Warner Bros.’ upcoming superhero film “The Flash.” The crew member received immediate medical attention, but was not seriously hurt. “An accident occurred while filming ‘The Flash,’ where thankfully nobody was seriously hurt. The crew member involved received immediate medical attention as a matter […]