A huge colorful portrait of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg now greets passersby over an East Village crosswalk in New York City. "I think it's very beautiful ... very inspirational,” said New York resident Teddy Koutsos. “In New York, we have a lot of inspiration through art.”
In a rare occurrence, there was one category actually missing from the 63rd Grammy Awards when the nominations were announced on Tuesday morning: Best Immersive Audio Album. In a statement, the Recording Academy explained that the committee that judges the award, which essentially recognizes superior sound quality, was unable to meet together in a suitable […]
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Robert Streb was too young at age 33 to have look back at his only PGA Tour victory six years ago instead of looking ahead to what might be his next one. Both are part of a remarkable trend during this fall portion of the new PGA Tour season. Cink was No. 319 in the world when he won the season opener in the Safeway Open.
Skydance Media, the production company behind "Mission: Impossible," "Terminator" and "Top Gun," has hired Rebecca Mall as the new head of marketing. Along with news of Mall's hire, Skydance announced that Jack Horner is departing his post as executive VP of corporate communications and publicity, while Anne Globe is exiting as chief marketing officer. In […]
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Hundreds of people were gifted a free turkey at an annual Thanksgiving food drive in New York City on November 24.Jason Haber, an organizer of the event, shared this footage of people lined up near the Goddard Riverside Community Center in Manhattan’s Upper West Side neighborhood.Haber told Storyful that 300 turkeys were handed out at Tuesday’s “Happy Family annual Thanksgiving turkey give-out.” Haber said some people arrived four hours early to make sure they secured a turkey for Thanksgiving. Credit: Jason Haber via Storyful
Drivers lined up outside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on November 24, part of a nationwide crush of Americans seeking COVID-19 tests before Thanksgiving.This footage, taken on a road leading to the stadium, shows vehicles parked along the side, queuing for a testing site at the stadium, which is home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers football team.Tropicana Field, where the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team plays, is also being used as a testing site.As of November 23, Florida had recorded over 953,300 cases and at least 18,383 deaths in the state tied to the coronavirus. Credit: @Disco_Dodo via Storyful
MSF, also known as Doctors Without Borders, said the restrictions made it impossible to operate out of the Ana Francisca Perez de Leon II hospital in the poor neighborhood of Petare, in the east of capital Caracas. It said it would maintain programs at the Vargas hospital in Caracas and some facilities elsewhere in the country. "Although the international team has been replaced almost entirely by qualified Venezuelan personnel and remote consultations, we need specialist staff on site who are familiar with MSF's processes," Isaac Alcalde, MSF's general coordinator in Venezuela, said in a statement.
Retailers like Dick’s Sporting Goods are reaping the benefits of a pandemic-driven shopping spree for new golf clubs, kayaks, hiking boots, and more.
The much-anticipated holiday light and window display at Manhattan’s Saks Fifth Avenue was unveiled on Monday, November 23, as the flagship department store marked the arrival of this year’s festive season in New York City.Due to the pandemic, the 2020 reveal was more subdued than previous years. A year earlier, streets were closed to allow hundreds of people to attend the unveiling and see a performance by singer Idina Menzel. Credit: @keepingupwiththekhandpurs via Storyful
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President Donald Trump insisted Tuesday that he is not giving up his fight to overturn the election results, but across the federal government, preparations were beginning in earnest to support President-elect Joe Biden’s incoming administration. Within hours of the General Services Administration’s acknowledgement Monday evening of Biden’s victory in the Nov. 3 election, career federal officials opened the doors of agencies to hundreds of transition aides ready to prepare for his Jan. 20 inauguration. An administration official said logistics on when and where Biden will first receive the briefing were still being worked out.
It may never be known whether Donald Trump truly believed he won the 2020 US election, or if the last two weeks have been an extended face-saving exercise. Some senior Republicans, who have remained publicly silent, viewed the president's legal assault on the electoral system as akin to a tantrum, or to him working through the various stages of grief. Whatever his motivation, the president's decision on Monday to accept the formal transition process marked the end of an extraordinary interregnum. It began on Nov 7 when all major US television networks "called" the election for Joe Biden. At this point, it is traditional for one candidate to concede, although it is simply a custom. Instead, Mr Trump began making allegations of widespread voter fraud, and assembled a legal team to overturn counts in various battleground states. Three dozen cases were filed in six states. The vast majority were rejected by a judge, or withdrawn. Not a single case of voter fraud was upheld by a court. One legal expert described the strategy as like "throwing spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks, which I tell my law students is never a good strategy." Mr Trump became increasingly frustrated with his legal team. But the frustration went both ways, and several lawyers withdrew from representing him in court. Rudy Giuliani, Mr Trump's personal lawyer, seized control. His all-out attack culminated in a bizarre, hour-long press conference on Nov 19. The claims Mr Giuliani made about voter fraud were overshadowed when black hair dye rolled down his cheeks. At the same event Sidney Powell, another firebrand lawyer, made claims including that voting software had been created at the direction of late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez. Mr Giuliani later distanced himself from her, saying Ms Powell was "not a member of the Trump Legal Team". Then, on Monday, a number of things collided to force Mr Trump's hand. Rush Limbaugh, the massively popular conservative radio talk show host, and friend of the president, issued a rare attack.