A mural of George Floyd outside the Cup Foods store in Minneapolis, Minnesota
A mural of George Floyd outside the Cup Foods store in Minneapolis, Minnesota
The former first daughter's new iHeartRadio podcast, "In Fact," is unpacking public health issues.
At least seven Pakistan police officers and special rangers were taken hostage Sunday by supporters of a radical Islamist party, officials said, after days of violent anti-France protests.
Charvi Matthews weighed just 14oz - less than a loaf of bread - when she arrived more than three months early.
The visitors, who won a dramatic match at Celta Vigo 4-3 in their last fixture, fell behind in the fifth minute to a goal from their former forward Carlos Fernandez. But they responded with two quick-fire strikes by midfielder Fernando and striker Youssef En-Nesyri in the 22nd and 24th minutes to move into the lead. Brazilian Fernando created the danger for the equaliser and then pounced on a poor clearance from Robin Le Normand to score.
A high-speed crash involving Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas and George Russell in a Williams forced Sunday's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix to be red-flagged as debris was cleared off the Imola circuit.
British health officials are investigating a COVID-19 variant originating in India but as yet they do not have enough evidence to classify it is as a variant of concern, Susan Hopkins of Public Health England (PHE) said on Sunday. PHE has said it has identified 77 cases of the variant in Britain.
Small businesses have been hit hard during the pandemic. As cities stir back to life, they're not out of the woods yet. Nine small business owners tell us the best ways to help them out.
Small businesses are a big business for technology companies. Shopify, for example, makes it easy to spin up an e-commerce site on the cloud, while Stripe makes it simple to add payments processing into a website.
Liam Scarlett, a rising-star British dancer and choreographer until sexual harassment accusations surfaced two years ago, died on Friday at age 35. No cause of death has been disclosed. “It is with great sadness that we announce the tragic, untimely death of our beloved Liam,” his family said in a statement. “At this difficult time for all of our family, we would ask that you respect our privacy to enable us to grieve our loss.” His death came shortly after the Royal Danish Ballet canceled a production of his ballet “Frankenstein” that had been schedule for spring 2022 following accusations of misconduct toward members of the Royal Danish Ballet staff in 2018 and 2019. Also Read: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2021 (Photos) Last year, the U.K.’s Royal Ballet severed ties with Scarlett even though a seven-month investigation into accusations into his behavior toward students at the Royal Ballet School found “no matters to pursue.” He also lost his position last spring as artistic associate at Australia’s Queensland Ballet. Prior to the accusations, Scarlett was seen as precocious talent with a meteoric rise in the ballet world. He joined the Royal Ballet in 2006 as a dancer and choreographed his first work, 2010’s “Asphodel Meadows,” at age 24. He soon dedicated himself to choreography full-time, making his mark with his first full-length ballet, 2014’s “Frankenstein.” As an artist in residence with the Royal Ballet, he created many of the company’s major new productions, including a new staging of “Swan Lake” that debuted in 2018. He also choreographed the dance sequences in the 2018 Disney film “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,” featuring the dancers Misty Copeland and Sergei Polunin. The Royal Opera House tweeted in sympathy: “We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Liam Scarlett’s death. Our thoughts are with his friends and family at this very sad time.“ The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) is a free, 24/7 confidential service that can provide people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, or those around them, with support, information and local resources. Read original story Liam Scarlett, British Choreographer, Dies at 35 Amid Misconduct Accusations At TheWrap
The sale comes just months after the pair bought supermarket giant Asda.
There’s one wrinkle when it comes to boosting small business: In general, they aren’t very efficient. At least on some metrics: Small businesses tend to pay their employees less, provide them less generous benefits, and offer fewer opportunities for advancement compared to larger enterprises.
Hong Yi shared with Yahoo Lifestyle SEA that the artwork took “two months of planning, two weeks of matchstick ‘sticking’ painstakingly by hand and about two minutes for the whole thing to burn down.”
Small businesses are an important part of local economies. As the pandemic ends, people and governments need to sustain their appreciation and support.
The "Trisagion", a liturgy prayer service, which grants rest to the departed, was conducted by the Metropolitan of Corfu Nektarios, and included the "kolyva" dish of dried nuts, raisins and berries which is prepared to commemorate the deceased during funerals or memorials.The service was organized by the British Consulate in Corfu, and was attended by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of the island, the mayor, and other local political officials.Prince Philip was born on Corfu at the "Mon Repos" palace on June 10, 1921.He was baptized "Philippos" at a local church. He left after 18 months when his parents went into exile in Europe.After a military coup in the wake of the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922, Prince Andrew was accused of treason and banished, taking his family and the baby Philip into exile.
Paris St Germain stayed in the hunt for a fourth successive Ligue 1 title after Mauro Icardi scored in the dying seconds of stoppage time to secure a dramatic 3-2 home win over St Etienne on Sunday. Icardi headed home a cross from fellow substitute Angel Di Maria to cap a frantic climax after the visitors took a 78th-minute lead and then levelled in the first minute of added time after Kylian Mbappe had turned the game PSG's way. The result left PSG second in the standings on 69 points from 33 games, one behind leaders Lille who were held to a 1-1 draw by eighth-placed Montpellier on Friday.
According to a study by Pharma Nord another £46.6m will have been lost by the 1,164,000 people who it would have expected to join in January 2021.
Genoa's Gianluca Scamacca turned into his own net to hand AC Milan a 2-1 win on Sunday, their first in over two months at the San Siro.
As schools across Peru closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Pedro Castillo tried to find a way to keep classes going for his 20 fifth- and sixth-grade students. “Where is the state?” Castillo, 51, told The Associated Press after a day of planting sweet potatoes on his own land. It was the last straw for Castillo, who over 25 years had seen his students struggle in crumbling schools where teachers also cook, sweep floors and file paperwork.
The two men competing to run as conservative candidate to become Germany's next chancellor have failed to resolve their week-long stand-off, sources said on Sunday, and their parties may now hold a vote to decide who stands. Christian Democrat leader Armin Laschet and Bavaria's Markus Soeder were in constant contact, the sources said, while the Bild tabloid cited its sources saying chances of a compromise on Sunday in which one of the contenders withdraws had faded. The leadership rift in Germany's ruling conservatives, which broke into the open a week ago, threatens to loosen their 16-year-old grip on power at an election this autumn where Angela Merkel will not seek re-election.
With virus cases rising and the vaccination drive delayed, the campaign opened Sunday for regional elections in the Spanish capital that are likely to cement the right-wing's hold on the country's wealthiest region.