Karunaratne 234no and De Silva 154no as draw beckons
Karunaratne 234no and De Silva 154no as draw beckons
Dallas Keuchel has never been a strikeout guy, but this year it's getting a little ridiculous. Scott Pianowski investigates.
The government will provide $7.4 billion to expand the nation's public health capacity by hiring school nurses to vaccinate kids and creating a service corps around health care as well as bolstering traditional disease detection efforts, White House officials said Thursday. Biden administration coronavirus testing coordinator Carole Johnson said it's part of a strategy to respond to immediate needs in the COVID-19 pandemic while investing to break the cycle of ‘boom and bust’ financing that traditionally has hampered the U.S. response to health emergencies. The money was authorized by Congress in President Joe Biden's coronavirus response law.
William and Kate are on engagements in Wolverhampton linked to mental health support.
Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi breaks down why more companies are raising prices after U.S. consumer prices climbers 0.8% in April.
Thai-led consortium Asian Football Investments took over Leicester in 2010 and, under the Srivaddhanaprabha family, the Midlands club was transformed as they returned to the Premier League in 2014 before memorably claiming the title in 2015-16. Leicester chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, nicknamed "Top", succeeded Vichai, who was killed along with four other passengers when his helicopter crashed outside the King Power Stadium in October 2018.
Amazon is going on another hiring spree, adding another 75,000 jobs.
De Bruyne did not feature in City's 2-1 defeat by Chelsea last weekend because of the problem, but the Premier League champions are hopeful he can recover ahead of this month's Champions League final against Chelsea. "He's still injured but he's getting better," Guardiola told a news conference, before adding that the players who were 100 percent fit mentally and physically would have a chance to play in the final.
Several countries across the globe have been legalizing or relaxing laws on recreational use of cannabis, but Europe has remained a difficult market due to strict regulatory requirements, slowing growth. Most European countries require the 'European Union Good Manufacturing Practices' (EU GMP) certification for companies to import and export cannabis goods. Despite Malta being a hub due to its government's progressive view on the sector, Materia's facility is only the third in the country to get the coveted certificate.
Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi, and Myles Udland speak with the CEO of Apex Fintech Solutions Bill Capuzzi about the fintech space, what’s happening in the crypto market and Robinhood.
Ford says it is starting to send out over-the-internet software updates to some of its newer models as it moves to offer technology to match electric car maker Tesla. At present the updates are only available to about 100,000 owners of 2021 model year F-150s, Mustang Mach-Es and the upcoming Bronco, but Ford plans to spread the tech across its entire lineup as models are updated. The updates can fix software glitches in nearly all of the vehicles' computers, and will be able to make recall repairs, offer new features and cut warranty claims, said Alex Purdy, the company's connectivity business director.
Demand for hourly staff at restaurants, factories, retail stores and fulfillment centers is rising as e-commerce demand remains robust, while more consumers are expected to step out of their homes after a year of lockdown living. Amazon will pay the new hires an average starting pay of more than $17 per hour, reflecting recent hikes of between 50 cents and $3 an hour for about half a million fulfillment-center workers in the United States.
Sales for sheds have soared over lockdown, as people have transformed them into WFH offices.
James McAvoy (“Split,” “His Dark Materials”) and Sharon Horgan (“Catastrophe,” “Military Wives”) are set to front Dennis Kelly’s romantic drama “Together.” Directed by Emmy and BAFTA award-winning director Stephen Daldry (“The Crown”), the film is set in the U.K. from the first days of the COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020 until the present day. “Together” […]
The jailed Belarusian activist Maria Kolesnikova, who became a face of anti-government protests, said on Thursday this year has been the hardest and happiest of her life, as the country's opposition said she could face 12 years imprisonment. Kolesnikova has been in prison since September, when she tore up her passport in a standoff with Belarusian security forces who were trying to deport her from the country at the border with Ukraine, according to her and two allies who were with her. "I don't regret my decision for a second, even now," Kolesnikova, 39, said in a letter that was published on Wednesday on her Facebook page.
The meeting is part of UEFA's drive to engage more formally with fan organisations -- many of whom fiercely opposed the ill-fated European Super League plans of several top clubs last month. "I have said on many occasions that fans are the heart of football and we need to do more to engage them as a legitimate stakeholder," Ceferin said in a statement on UEFA's website. The Super League was launched with 12 clubs as founders, but nine of them - Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid - have backed out and reached a deal with UEFA.
A male student from Yio Chu Kang Primary School has tested positive for COVID-19 and as a result, the school will move to three days of full home-based learning (HBL) from Friday (15 May).
"The difference is amazing," says one camp director about last summer vs. the one we are entering, "because we can see the light at the end of the tunnel — and last year we were just going into the tunnel."
St Paul's Cathedral could close permanently due to a lack of cash. The iconic London landmark which relies heavily on tourism for its funding, saw income drop by 90 percent due to forced closures during the Covid lockdown. The building is facing its worse financial crisis in 300 years, according to those who run it. The cost of operating St Paul’s amounts to 8 million pounds per year, and the cathedral recently received over 3 million pounds from the government’s culture recovery fund. Almost all renovation projects have been put on hold, including fixing a lead roof. Restructuring has also seen almost 25 percent of its workforce made redundant and some staff have been furloughed. St. Paul’s Cathedral will officially reopen its doors to sightseers on Monday May 17th – government guidance permitting. .
Tony Buzbee said some of Deshaun Watson's accusers have met with the NFL, but did not feel respected during those meetings.
A car charger, a case, wireless earbuds and a bunch of free subscription services are all part of the package.