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In a new interview, BNY Mellon Wealth Management CEO Catherine Keating affirmed the bank's support for inclusive democracy, describing broad access to the polls as "good for the economy."
It’s quite likely national marijuana laws will be reformed sometime this year. Fortunes will be made and lost here no doubt. But more importantly, lives won’t be ruined over smoking something that through capricious historical precedents became verboten.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to devotees to keep a key Hindu festival symbolic on Saturday as the country reported more than 200,000 new COVID-19 infections for the third straight day.Criticism has mounted over the Indian government's handling of the pandemic, as religious festivals and election rallies continue amid increasing reports of a shortage of hospital beds, oxygen and vaccines.After hundreds of thousands gathered for several days along the banks of the Ganges for a religious festival, Modi on Saturday called for restraint on Twitter.Experts have warned about the spread of more contagious variants of the disease, especially during large-scale gatherings.In the capital, the bustling metropolis of New Delhi was quieter than usual on Saturday (April 17) as it was put under a weekend curfew to help curb a surge in new cases. The curfew began at 10:00 p.m on Friday (April 16) and will continue until Monday (April 19) morning.In an effort to stop slowing vaccine rollout, India pledged on Friday to raise monthly production of its own COVID-19 vaccine to nearly 100 million doses by September.
This sweet little girl is not even 2 years old yet (she is 21 months) and she already knows more about cars than most adults! Impressive!
These newly hatched ducklings are introduced to Thorin the Golden Shepherd and an instant bond is formed. So cute!
The duke's naval career will permeate the funeral service.
The cost of renewable energy is plunging, but there are still sound reasons to encourage its adoption through subsidies.
Listen to this hungry pup chow down on a juicy pear. Too funny!
This Golden Retriever is ready to protect his owner at all times, even in the middle of a deep sleep. Watch his reaction when he realizes he was woken up for no reason!
Check out what happens when you love your sister but also love your space... Wait till the end!
BNY Mellon Wealth Management CEO Catherine Keating joins Influencers with Andy Serwer to discuss the recent issue of voting rights and its impact on the economy. This comes after the passing of new voting laws in the state of Georgia.
Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is at increasing risk of kidney failure and his vision is deteriorating after more than two weeks on hunger strike, a medical trade union with ties to the opposition politician said on Saturday. Navalny, 44, a prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, started refusing food on March 31 in protest at what he said was the refusal of prison authorities to treat him properly for acute back and leg pain. "His condition is indeed critical," said Alexandra Zakharova, a representative of the Doctors Alliance trade union - a group that Russian authorities regard as opposition activists.
The 'Big Brother' star passed away last week after a lengthy battle with anorexia.
Staff and students on board Gordonstoun's sailing boat pay tribute to their former pupil, the Duke of Edinburgh, on the day of his funeral. Pupils aboard the 80ft sail training boat lay a wreath off the coast of Hopeman Harbour, where Prince Philip first learned to sail. At the age of 13, the Duke joined Gordonstoun School in Moray, Scotland, in September 1934, and spent five years at the boarding school.
World figure skating champion Anna Shcherbakova helped Russia win the World Team Trophy in Osaka on Saturday -- then gave Japan's antivirus measures the thumbs up ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.
Brit-at-heart Aaron Cook insists winning Olympic gold in his adopted Moldovan colours would feel just as special as being crowned champion for Team GB.
China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine is 67% effective in preventing symptomatic infection, data from a huge real-world study in Chile has shown.It's a potential boost for the jab, which has come under scrutiny over its level of protection against the virus.The CoronaVac vaccine was 85% effective in preventing hospitalizations and 80% effective in preventing deaths, the Chilean government said in a report on Friday (April 16), calling it a "game changer".Chile struck a deal with Sinovac to host the drug's clinical trial and buy 60 million doses over three years.The minister behind that choice said the results showed Chile had made "the right bet". Chile's stock of CoronaVac is running low, with the supply of an agreed total of 14.2 million to be fully delivered by late May.The release of the CoronaVac data makes Chile one of a handful of countries, including Britain and Israel, that have used their rapid inoculation campaigns to gather insights into how effective vaccines are outside controlled clinical trials.
The sprawling, monthslong hacking campaign deemed a grave threat to U.S. national security came to be known as SolarWinds for the company whose software update Russian intelligence agents stealthily seeded with malware to penetrate sensitive government and private networks. Because its products are a de facto monoculture in government and industry — with more than 85% market share — federal lawmakers are insisting that Microsoft swiftly upgrade security to what they say it should have provided in the first place, and without fleecing taxpayers. Seeking to assuage concerns, Microsoft this past week offered all federal agencies a year of “advanced” security features at no extra charge.
Thousands of people are expected to visit pubs and restaurants this weekend.