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The USOPC revealed a new policy that requires all Winter Olympic hopefuls to be vaccinated by Dec. 1.
As contract negotiations stall between the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, crew members have taken to social media to share their support for a possible strike action and for the terms that IATSE is demanding in the next deal. Health plan funding, pension plans, rest […]
Activists lament that the crisis of missing and murdered Native American women doesn't get the attention paid to Gabby Petito. FBI agents found Petito's body in Wyoming on Sunday after she went missing during a road trip with her fiancé. “There’s a rate of violence against Native women that’s happening and it doesn’t seem to be highlighted,” Jolene Holgate, a director for the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, told New Mexico television station KRQE on Tuesday.
Democrats have raised growing concerns over the Biden administration’s efforts to remove thousands of mostly Haitian migrants from a makeshift encampment on the banks of the Rio Grande River in Del Rio, Texas.
Tim Sweeney, CEO of Fortnite maker Epic Games Inc., said Wednesday it’s been told by Apple that the game will be “blacklisted from the Apple ecosystem” until the companies’ legal case is resolved and all appeals are exhausted, which could take as long as five years. Sweeney posted on Twitter that Epic has asked Apple to reinstate Fortnite and promised “that it will adhere to Apple's guidelines whenever and wherever we release products on Apple's platforms."
The Bureau of Reclamation recently declared the first-ever shortage on the Colorado River, which means Arizona, Nevada and Mexico will get less water than normal next year. The nation's most populated state has the most senior rights to river water. While the reservoir on the Nevada-Arizona border is key for those three lower Colorado River basin states, Lake Powell on the Arizona-Utah border is the guide for Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and Utah in the upper basin.
Was there some bad fan behavior at work here?
The United States on Wednesday authorized the use of boosters of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for people aged over 65, or adults at high-risk of severe disease as well as those in high-exposure jobs.
A Florida Republican lawmaker has filed a bill that would ban abortions after six to eight weeks and allow members of the community to sue doctors for terminating pregnancies in what may be the first effort to mirror a similar new law in Texas. The bill by state Representative Webster Barnaby would ban abortions after regular cardiac contractions are detected in an embryo, known as a fetal heartbeat even though the heart has not yet developed, about six to eight weeks into pregnancy. Helene Krasnoff, Planned Parenthood Federation of America's vice president for public policy litigation and law, said the Florida bill was the first such legislation she had seen filed since Texas' "Heartbeat Act" became law.
The exec, who led artificial intelligence efforts, plans to transition into a senior fellow
Says a fan: 'Goes great with a pair of faded, ripped jeans or some cute leggings.'
Tamika Tremaglio was named the executive director of the NBPA on Wednesday, succeeding Michele Roberts.
Citigroup Inc blocked an attempt by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA to make debt payments to a Siemens unit, a Citi executive testified on Wednesday in a U.S. trial over whether PDVSA is liable for the payments. In a bench trial that began on Tuesday in Manhattan federal court, PDVSA is contending that U.S. sanctions implemented in August 2017 rendered payment impossible. The dispute stems from a January 2017 promissory note that cash-strapped PDVSA issued to oilfield equipment provider Dresser-Rand for $120 million, plus interest.
They are among the most accomplished active players in MLB, but they don't have that one crucial piece of the trophy case.
Tesla Inc is pressing President Joe Biden's administration and a U.S. appeals court to move quickly to hike civil penalties for automakers failing to meet fuel economy requirements. Electric vehicle maker Tesla sells credits to other automakers to help them meet government vehicle emissions requirements, and says those credits are less valuable due to changes in rules made by former President Donald Trump's administration. Tesla met virtually on Aug. 30 with officials from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), according to a document filed by the agency last week.
The US Coast Guard medevaced a man from a fishing boat off Long Island, New York, after he was struck by a stingray barb on September 19.The seaman was onboard the Shelby Ann, a fishing vessel based in Rhode Island. On Sunday, the Coast Guard received an alert from the boat saying the injured man was “showing signs of shock” after he was stuck below the knee.An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter was dispatched to the ship, which was located roughly 40 miles southwest of Montauk, New York. The injured man was brought to a hospital in Rhode Island and was in stable condition, according to the Coast Guard. Credit: US Coast Guard via Storyful
The controversy has blown over by now (or has it?), but back when “Toy Story 4” came out, a certain contingent of the moviegoing public went nuclear when they discovered that Pixar had included a lesbian couple in the background of two scenes. Appearing briefly in Bonnie’s pre-school class, the women had no lines, but […]
The International Trade Committee said that current inward foreign direct investment is dominant in London and the South East.
Suppliers are warning import regulations, the labour market, and lack of lorries could have a knock-on effect for the nation's festive staple.
60% of investors surveyed do not think Boris Johnson and the government have handled the pandemic competently.