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Michael Thomas was reported to need surgery in January. He received it in June.
Popeil became such a TV staple that he was parodied on "Saturday Night Live."
The city of Nanjing in China’s Jiangsu province held mass COVID-19 testing for its nine million residents on July 25 amid an outbreak of the Delta strain of coronavirus.Jiangsu recorded 48 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on July 27, according to national health authorities, bringing the total number of cases in the city to 155. Local news reports citing officials said the outbreak was linked to the Delta variant.The province began mass testing residents on Wednesday, July 21, after several airport workers had tested positive to the virus, according to news reports.This video shows residents lining up to be tested in the second round of the city’s mass testing on July 25. Credit: u/6019494980 via Storyful
A towering waterspout was visible off the Texas coastline near Corpus Christi on July 28, the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed.The NWS reported the phenomenon over Aransas Bay, close to the small city of Arnsas Pass. Several people were able to record the waterspout and upload it to social media, including Tyler Costanti, who shared this footage.The NWS earlier warned that weather conditions were “favorable for the development of weak tropical funnels,” on Wednesday. Credit: Tyler Costantini via Storyful
Multiple fires scorched dozens of hectares of forest in the southern Turkish district of Manavgat on July 28, prompting evacuations in the area, local media reported.Three people were hospitalized for burns, with one of them in “serious condition”, according to news reports.According to Manavgat mayor Sukru Sozen, the fires burned across 15 kilometers (about 3,706 acres), local media reported.This footage filmed by Twitter user @kubraygn, who said it was taken in Manavgat, shows strong winds blowing smoke into the air. Credit: @kubraygn via Storyful
Prescott left practice early on Wednesday, but says 'I'll be fine.'
Mexican villagers sympathizing with a new indigenous self-defense group torched government offices, businesses and houses in a remote mountainous region in southern Chiapas state this week, protesting rampant insecurity in the area. The violence in the indigenous Tzotzil community of Pantelhó late on Monday and early on Tuesday came less than two weeks after a group of hooded men, calling themselves El Machete, took up arms in nearby Chenalhó to confront drug-trafficking gangs. It was unclear how many members El Machete has.
Former WBA super flyweight champion Andrew Moloney tells Kevin Iole he's been extremely dedicated to training for his third fight with Joshua Franco in order to win his belt back.
Heavy rainfall flooded areas in Japan’s Shizuoka Prefecture on July 29 due to unstable atmospheric conditions caused by a typhoon off the coast of Akita, according to local weather authorities.The Shizuoka Local Meteorological Observatory warned of possible sediment disasters, strong wind gusts, and lightning strikes. Evacuation alerts and orders were issued locally on Thursday.These videos captured by Instagram user @koiketsukasa in Kikugawa City show the floodwaters. Credit: @koiketsukasa via Storyful
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said vaccinations alone would not bring an end to a COVID-19 lockdown in Sydney as residents of the country's largest city face another month under tough curbs to stamp out an outbreak of the Delta variant. "I mean, it can certainly help ... the low rates (of vaccination) we have had there need to lift and that will certainly help the efforts with the lockdown but on its own it won't stop the lockdown," Morrison told Nine News on Thursday. Morrison hoped the extended lockdown and tougher curbs on movement enforced in the worst affected regions of Sydney could contain the "incredibly virulent" Delta variant.
Lauren Salzman, 45, a former NXIVM collaborator of cult leader Keith Raniere, was sentenced on Wednesday to time served and five years of probation. Salzman, the daughter of NXIVM co-founder Nancy Salzman, had pleaded guilty in April 2019 to racketeering and conspiracy charges. Salzman was featured in the HBO docuseries “The Vow” last year, which […]
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China's new ambassador to Washington, Qin Gang, on Wednesday wished the United States victory against COVID-19 and said great potential awaited bilateral relations, striking an optimistic tone as he arrived at his new post amid deeply strained ties. Qin's arrival comes days after high-level talks in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin between U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and senior Chinese diplomats ended with both sides signaling that the other must make concessions for ties to improve. Qin, 55, a vice foreign minister whose recent past portfolios have included European affairs and protocol, is replacing China's longest serving ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, 68, who last month announced his departure after eight years in Washington.
Without A&M dissenting, the SEC looks set to have a "unanimous" vote to add the two Big 12 schools.
For more than a decade and across three Olympics, there was no greater force in women's rowing than the American eight boat. Romania won the world championship in 2017, a particularly galling defeat as the Americans didn't even medal. New Zealand stormed to the title in 2019.
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The Big 12's realignment crisis is getting even uglier.
Robinhood's shares are priced ahead of its IPO and ready to trade on Thursday.
The athletic slugger is on the move, could be best hitter dealt at trade deadline.
The US Senate voted to advance a historic, trillion-dollar infrastructure package late Wednesday, a breakthrough after weeks of often-bitter negotiations on a bill that President Joe Biden said could "transform America."