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    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio implored New York state courts on Thursday to open next month as “fully as humanly possible” so that the city could “truly” have justice and safety.  “We cannot keep the city safe if we do not have a functioning court system,” de Blasio told reporters. “It has been too many months already. We owe it to our communities and we owe it to our police officers to restart the court system as vigorously as possible.” The plea comes after de Blasio touted the signing of six police reform bills, including legislation banning the NYPD from using chokeholds, passed by the City Council last month. De Blasio refused to sign the package of sweeping reform bills after pushback from NYPD brass claiming the bills “weakened” cops during, according...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A COVID-19 resurgence is being predicted for the Philadelphia region if people don’t take precautions more seriously. The problem is now being compounded by a testing delay. The PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has modeling showing another outbreak of the coronavirus spreading from the south up the East Coast. Also on Thursday, Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley had a new warning about testing. Positive COVID-19 test results are delayed by seven days or more in Philadelphia because of national backlogs at LabCorp and Quest, which account for 25% of the city’s tests. “Those people who are tested in Philadelphia, you should stay isolated until you get your test results,” Farley said. The health commissioner says the delayed testing is temporarily hampering the city’s ability to accurately track the virus. But modeling from the PolicyLab at CHOP is troubling. “We’re seeing increased transmission rates throughout the...
    Barcelona, ​​Jul 16 (EFE) .- The former president of the Generalitat Artur Mas believes that he has already assumed all the “political responsibilities” that corresponded to him in relation to the Palau case, for which CDC was convicted of charging illegal commissions, and has indicated that “it is not their intention” to return to the first political line. Mas has appeared this Thursday before the Institutional Affairs Committee of the Parliament at the request of several opposition groups, who quoted him after the Supreme Court confirmed in April the conviction of € 6.6 million for Convergence – a party that led the expresident- for charging illegal commissions through the Palau de la Música. “In such a long trial, with hundreds and hundreds of pages with investigations of any kind, a trial that has lasted ten years from the beginning of the procedure to the final conclusion, in all this time,...
    An empty bed is moved back to the emergency room after brining in another COVID-19 patient. At United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, Texas, Dr. Joseph Varon leads a team to fight the increasing number of coronavirus patients in the expanded Covid-19 ward on July 1, 2020.Carolyn Cole | Los Angeles Times | Getty Images Previously public data has already disappeared from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website after the Trump administration quietly shifted control of the information to the Department of Health and Human Services. Since the pandemic began, the CDC has regularly published data on availability of hospital beds and intensive care units across the country. But when Ryan Panchadsaram, who runs a data-tracking site called Covid Exit Strategy, tried to collect the data from the CDC on Tuesday, it had disappeared. "We were surprised because the modules that we normally go to were empty. The data...
    Petr Yan (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images) Petr Yan already has his own mural in Russia following title fight win. You have to be a pretty important person to inspire a mural in your likeness and UFC bantamweight champion, Petr Yan, is a pretty important person, especially to the Russian people. A new mural was unveiled this week, just days after Yan defeated one of the greatest Brazilian MMA fighters of all time, Jose Aldo, to secure the vacant title. View this post on Instagram Поздравляем @petr_yan с победой! Следим за его творчеством со времён, когда это ещё не было мэйн-стримом! Пётр мастерски расправляется со своими соперниками, как настоящий художник с холстом. Приятно делать подарки таким великим людям! Респект за победу! Адрес: Санкт-Петербург, улица Печатника Григорьева 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . #ufc#ufcrussia#petryan#arhangelmihail##архангелмихаил#spbcolors#mma#rusfighters#russia#josealdo#санктпетербург#teamyan#nomercy A post shared by Граффити из Петербурга...
    The Batman TV spin-off in the works from director Matt Reeves Murder hornet mania: Hundreds of people think theyve spotted the Asian giant hornet Part of the NBAs restart format has already taken a hit before the games even begin © Paul Bereswill/Getty Images Wilson Chandler (second from left), Spencer Dinwiddie, and DeAndre Jordan are all sitting out of the NBA's restart. Paul Bereswill/Getty Images The Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards are both entering the NBA "bubble" in Disney with fractured squads due to injuries, COVID-19 cases, and players opting out. Though neither team has any chance of advancing in the playoffs, they will both play eight regular-season games, compete for the playoffs, and the winner will likely be swept out of the first round. The NBA has received some criticism for bringing too many teams to Orlando and not going straight to the playoffs, and the Nets...
    Wilson Chandler (second from left), Spencer Dinwiddie, and DeAndre Jordan are all sitting out of the NBA's restart. Paul Bereswill/Getty Images The Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards are both entering the NBA "bubble" in Disney with fractured squads due to injuries, COVID-19 cases, and players opting out. Though neither team has any chance of advancing in the playoffs, they will both play eight regular-season games, compete for the playoffs, and the winner will likely be swept out of the first round. The NBA has received some criticism for bringing too many teams to Orlando and not going straight to the playoffs, and the Nets and Wizards' near-meaningless games illustrate those criticisms. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When the NBA season resumes in a "bubble" in Disney World, the Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards look set to compete in a playoff race "race" that raises questions about...
    KUBRAT PULEV is confident he can beat Tyson Fury after dethroning Anthony Joshua - because he has already beaten the "better Fury" The Bulgarian's co-promoter, Ivan Gotzev, reckons his man will snatch AJ's belts and then smash the Gypsy King to become undisputed heavyweight world champion. 4Kubrat Pulev's camp is confident of beating AJ and Tyson Fury - having beaten 'better' Hughie in 2018 4Kubrat Pulev is coming for Anthony Joshua's beltsCredit: PA:Press Association Gotzev thinks it's a no-brainer as Pulev, 39, has already beaten the "better Fury", cousin Hughie. The veteran fighter beat Hughie in a 2018 IBF eliminator to land the Joshua bout in the first place. And Gotzev told WorldBoxingNews: “Kubrat’s thinking, let them do all the planning. Then let me get that Tyson Fury fight. “Because defeating AJ will create a great podium for a Tyson Fury showdown. “He’s already beaten the younger Fury (Hughie). Kubrat...
    KIM Kardashian West will have the perfect wardrobe if her hubby Kanye achieves his dream of becoming US president. The rapper announced his plan this week but his reality TV star wife, who boasts 178million Instagram followers, seems to have been gearing up for the role of First Lady already. 13If Kanye West achieves his dream of becoming US President, Kim Kardashian West will already have the perfect wardrobe for a First LadyCredit: Reuters A look back at Kim’s more conservative outfits shows she has been dressing like the wives of presidents for years. Jenny Francis looks at some of Kim’s copy-cat clothes and Body Language expert Judi James reveals their message. White is Kim's Trump card 13Judi says all-white outfits, like the one worn by Kim for a date night in 2014, signify goodness and purity Credit: Rex Features 13Kim could have drawn inspiration from Milania Trump's ensemble,...
    Jorge Masvidal (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) Watch the first promo for Kamaru Usman vs. Jorge Masvidal at UFC 251. The welterweight championship main event for UFC 251 may not be the one that was originally planned heading into 4th of July weekend, but its replacement main event — a highly-anticipated bout between Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal — might even be a more hyped fight for fans.
    Rapper Kayne West announced late Saturday that he is running for president in 2020. "We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States," West tweeted, adding the hashtag "#2020VISION." We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am runni… https://t.co/MySzN3vjIB — ye (@ye)1593909493.0 As of Saturday evening, West did not have a campaign website, he had not officially filed with the Federal Election Commission, nor was it clear if West had campaign staff. However, West has already received his first major endorsement — from close friend Elon Musk. "You have my full support!" Musk told West on Twitter. West has mentioned publicly many times his desire to run for the White House. However, as an ardent supporter of President Donald...
    The Tax Agency has already returned 216.4 million euros to Asturian taxpayers corresponding to the 2019 personal income tax campaign that has just closed. Given the economic situation, the Treasury had promised to accelerate these payments to the maximum and, according to the statistics that it has just released, it has more than kept its word. Since the amount he has paid represents 73% of what corresponded to the region’s taxpayers in their declarations (296 million). What’s more, the Tax Agency itself ensures that the number of payments made has grown by 4.8% compared to the same dates last year. In the country as a whole, the Treasury has paid taxpayers 7,547 million euros. He even assures that the first part of the campaign has been characterized by a very important acceleration in the presentation of the declarations. Taxpayers were in a hurry to collect.
    Holding it actual. Farrah Abraham revealed that her daughter Sophia’s sleepovers led to an earlier intercourse discuss. The Teen Mother alum, 29, informed Us Weekly completely on Tuesday, June 30, that her 11-year-old already is aware of concerning the birds and the bees, whereas lots of her mates are out of the loop. “Sure. As a result of when the youngsters all love to do sleepovers and a few of her mates have older siblings, um, yeah, I positively needed to do a chat with the mother and father after what I heard,” Abraham defined. “To be sincere with you, it’s actually solely been prompted by all the opposite mother and father not likely having these talks.”Farrah Abraham and daughter Sophia Laurent Abraham Sara Jaye Weiss/ShutterstockThe Nebraska native famous that most of the mother and father concerned within the sleepovers haven’t mentioned “what’s correct” with their youngsters, particularly those...
    Over the past few years, conspiracy theory QAnon has emerged as a growing force in national politics, and it’s potentially bringing its deranged mythology of sex trafficking rings, Twitter numerology, and Hillary Clinton eating babies to the chambers of Congress. Hide In the 2020 national cycle, nearly 60 candidates (virtually all Republicans) have acknowledged or favorably mentioned QAnon on social media, on video, or in person. Some have just used a few Q hashtags in a tweet, while others are full-blown evangelists for rounding up and hanging deep state traitors. Hide Just this week, a QAnon-supporting candidate in Colorado upset an entrenched incumbent. Lauren Boebert joins three others who have won their primary, including Jo Rae Perkins, who won her Republican Senate primary in Oregon, a safely Democratic seat. There’s also Majorie Taylor Greene, who made it to the primary runoff for a deep red House seat in...
    Cam Newton. Grant Halverson/Getty Boston sports radio show "Felger and Mazz" argued during a segment on Wednesday about whether New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick would allow new quarterback Cam Newton to celebrate on the field. The hosts, Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti, said Newton should not be able to "dab" or do his Superman celebrating, saying, "They don't want you doing that here." A clip from the docuseries "A Football Life," however, showed Belichick encouraging players to celebrate, saying the emotion could intimidate opponents. Some in the sports world criticized the segment, saying it had racial undertones. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A segment on the Boston sports radio show "Felger and Mazz" about Cam Newton's celebrations drew criticism from some in the sports world on Wednesday. Cam Newton celebrates a touchdown. Dannie Walls/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images Newton, who signed with the New England...
    Spain has five “candidates” to become an effective and safe vaccine against the virus that causes COVID-19 Spain it has five “candidates”To become a vaccine effective and safe against the virus that causes coronavirus COVID-19, and one of the experimental projects already successfully passed the first animal tests. This was stated by the Minister of Science and Innovation, Pedro Duque, at the press conference after Minister council, where he presented a report on the current state of research in Spain to find a vaccine against the virus causing the global pandemic and the research strategy to overcome COVID-19. “That is where we have our hopes”, said the government’s minister spokesperson, Maria Jesus Montero, before passing the word to the head of Science. The minister returned to the horizon to have an effective and safe vaccine in a period between 6 and 12 months (at the beginning of 2021, he...
    You gotta hand it to Bill Belichick and the Patriots. Even with Tom Brady no longer in the fold, New England continues to shock, surprise and dominate NFL headlines. Late Sunday evening ESPN reported the Patriots signed the biggest remaining fish on the free-agent market: former Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. It’s an incentive-laden one-year deal for the bare minimum. If Newton reaches all of his incentives, the contract will be worth $7.5 million. Newton, 31, has a star-studded résumé. He won the Heisman Trophy in 2010 at Auburn, was drafted first overall by the Panthers in 2011, went to three Pro Bowls and won the MVP award in 2015 when he led Carolina to a 15-1 record and a Super Bowl appearance. In his career, Newton has thrown for 29,041 yards, 182 passing touchdowns (plus 58 rushing touchdowns) for a quarterback rating of 86.1. However, Newton was limited to...
    THE World Health Organisation has warned that the worst of the coronavirus is "still to come" as global deaths passed the 500,000 mark yesterday. The organisation's chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters on Monday that the pandemic was "speeding up" across the world - despite the significant progress made in containing the deadly bug. 5The WHO has warned that the worst of the coronavirus is "still to come"Credit: PA:Press Association 5WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters that the world still had a long way to go in its battle against the deadly bugCredit: Reuters The stark warning comes as countries across the world emerge from months of lockdown, and are battling to prevent a second wave of infections. He told a virtual briefing: "Six months ago, none of us could have imagined how our world -- and our lives -- would be thrown into turmoil by this new virus....
    New York — This Monday there were 42,426 more infections than on Sunday, most of them in Florida, Texas, California and Arizona Florida is one of the states with the highest rebound in the past week. Photo:CRISTOBAL HERRERA / EFE United States reached this Monday the figure of 2,586,844 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 126,123 deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins University independent count. This balance at 20:00 Eastern local time is 42,426 more infections than Sunday and 355 new deaths. The average of new daily cases in the United States is since last week above 40,000 dragged down by the spike in infections in southern and western states like Florida, Texas, California and Arizona. New York, however, still remains the most affected state in the United States by the pandemic with 393,069 confirmed cases and 31,403 deaths., a figure only below Brazil, the United...
    Shay Mitchell and her boyfriend, Matte Babel, have been talking to their 8-month old daughter Atlas about the Black Lives Matter movement. The Canadian actress recently told Page Six that she and Babel, who are in an interracial relationship, think there’s “never an age where they’re too young to have those discussions.” “Regardless of if she can answer back or not,” she added, “I think it’s important that we read books, and she sees people that are different, and she knows that no matter what you look like everybody should be treated equally.” Mitchell, 33, is of Filipino, Scottish and Irish descent, and she says Babel, 39, is also of mixed heritage. But despite their diverse backgrounds, the “Pretty Little Liars” star said she feels “fortunate” to have “never” witnessed discrimination firsthand. “If there ever was anything that’s been said about it, it’s never been something that I’ve paid attention...
    The confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world have officially exceeded ten million, according to the WHO; a million new cases accumulated in five days Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world have officially exceeded ten million, according to the World Health Organization (who), which keeps the official count of the victims of the pandemic of coronavirus based on the information it receives from the national health authorities. In just five days, a million new cases accumulated, showing to what extent the infection curve continues to rise with the most severe foci located in India, the United States and Brazil. Deaths directly attributed to COVID-19 and reported to the who they will shortly reach half a million worldwide. In the last week, consecutive records of daily cases were broken, reaching 191 thousand cases in one day. Several infectious foci are expanding rapidly and concern WHO officials, such as the...
    The Ibex and the rest of European stock markets they walk towards a weekly opening in red while outbreaks of the virus they follow each other around the world and after knowing that the disease has already killed 500,000 people, according to data collected by Johns Hopskins University. The number of confirmed infections has exceeded 10 million. Deaths in the United States represent more than 20% of deaths reported by Covid-19, more than any other country in the world, followed by Brazil, the United Kingdom, Italy and France. Asia fell sharply this morning (-1.5% on average) after knowing these data and also affected by declines in oil. The increase in coronavirus cases in Asia has led to the reimposition of localized closings in some countries, which could dent the demand for crude. All in all, the Ibex will fight not to lose the first support it presents at 7.90 points,...
    Coronavirus — Since it broke out, the coronavirus pandemic It has already caused more than 10 million infections. This Sunday that round number was exceeded worldwide. The pathogen and the disease it causes, COVID-19 have killed more than 500,000 people across the globe. In all this time, the incidence of the pathogen has been rotating. Asia was the most affected continent first, with the epicenter of the Chinese city of Wuhan. Then the main focus shifted to Europe, with Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom as the most affected countries. And now it is America, especially the United States and Brazil, the region hardest hit along with Russia, which took longer to suffer the great European wave. Exponential growth In the United States, the figures are scary and do not stop showing constant improvement. So far more than 2,510,323 cases have been detected there and 125,539 people have died....
    A predominately white, progressive Minneapolis neighborhood that pledged not to call the police in the wake of the death of George Floyd is now dealing with a 300-strong homeless encampment in a local park, according to reports. Traffic has reportedly increased in the neighborhood around Powderhorn Park, as drug dealers seek to meet their clientele displaced during the civil unrest, rioting and looting following Floyd’s death at the end of May. At least one person overdosed inside the park and was brought out by an ambulance. Prostitution has also been reported in the area. Residents though have agreed to “check their privilege” and “protect people of color” by not involving law enforcement to report instances of property damage, according to the New York Times. WHITE DC PROTESTER SEEN YELLING IN FACES OF BLACK COPS IN VIRAL VIDEO: 'THEY'RE A PART OF THE PROBLEM' If anyone is put in physical...
    Coronavirus — The zero patient of the Navalmoral outbreak is an immigrant who arrived in Almeria by boat and who was sent by the Government Delegation to Extremadura without testing or alerting. At the moment, that outbreak already adds 24 infections. This person, who has been identified as the origin of the Navalmoral de la Mata coronavirus outbreak, is also currently unknown and with a search and capture order. It would have reached the Spanish coasts by boat on May 24. And he would not have been subjected to a PCR test neither at his arrival point nor at his accommodation point: because the Extremadura Regional Government did not do a PCR test on his reassignment by the Government in Navalmoral either. The second vice-president of the Junta de Extremadura and Minister of Health, José María VergelesHe has already admitted that the request for a search and arrest warrant...
    New York — The young man participated in the violent protests in Miami where police vehicles caught fire A 19-year-old man who police said stole a bulletproof vest from a Miami police vehicle and a 25-year-old woman who threw it A stone that wounded an officer during the first weekend of protests in late May was arrested on Monday. On Saturday May 30, a group of protesters blocked the road at the rear of the Miami Police Department after a peaceful one-day protest that turned violent at dusk. Protesters from violent demonstration in Miami in May arrested https://t.co/C1KjXgJEvh – shadene hall (@shadiehall) June 25, 2020 Ethan Moise Berdah, 19, of Miami, and Oriana Virginia Albornoz, 25, of Pompano Beach, were arrested on June 22 for incidents that occurred near the Miami Police Department. It may interest you: Muslim woman detained during George Floyd protests in Miami forced to remove...
    The Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, José Luis Ábalos, He has warned that the restriction measures by the covid in trains and stations “are already there to stay”, according to what he said during a visit to the Atocha train station in Madrid. In his visit to check the protocols at the railway stations, Ábalos has said that many of these measures “such as capacity control or the ability to move will undoubtedly remain for the future.” Algorithm for flows In the Atocha station, considered potentially “critical”, Adif has established a protocol to limit risks with an algorithm according to the characteristics of the station and passenger flows, which imposes a series of barriers that limit the risks for make them “tolerable”. The thermal imaging cameras that have been installed serve to verify the correct use of the masks and to report the temperature of the passengers, which...
    A weird thing about running a tech company is that if you are very successful, at some point you will also be operating a vast quasi-legal system. Up to a certain point, one of your users complaining that they got locked out of their account is just a customer service problem. But after some threshold — after you’ve reached a billion people, certainly, but also well before then — the same complaint can look strangely like a human rights issue. Do you have the right to speak? Do you have the right to conduct business? And if you lose that right, to whom do you appeal? That’s one reason I suspect Basecamp’s public protest of Apple and its App Store policies has gotten so much traction. Basecamp, you will remember, is a mid-sized 16-year-old company that makes project management software, and a week ago it introduced a new email...
    Coronavirus — As the days go by, the coronavorus pandemic is brewing with the Latin American countries, where they are already more than 100,000 people who have lost their lives. Half of the death toll in Latin America and the Caribbean corresponds only to Brazil. Another focus that is of great concern to the World Health Organization (WHO) is Mexico, that in the last hours has also experienced an earthquake of intensity 7.5 in the center and south of the country. There they have experienced an earthquake this Tuesday andl largest increase in infections with 6,288, while reporting 793 more deaths. Even so, the authorities maintain that Mexico has already experienced the peak of the pandemic and the contagion trend could begin to decrease. There is also a concern about the high rate of infection by health personnel with 39,000 diagnosed (20 percent of the total for the sector)....
    President Donald Trump arrived this afternoon in Phoenix, Arizona, for a campaign rally, despite surging coronavirus infections in the state. There are no plans to require masks at the rally tonight at Dream City Church, which can seat up to 3,000 people. Experts worry the rally could be a superspreader event. "It is a pretty nervous moment in Arizona right now," ER doctor Murtaza Akhter told Insider. Scottsdale resident Jimmy Flores told ABC 15. there are still many locals "that are 'A' personalities, they're the ones that are pressuring others to go out and enjoy life." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Arizona reported a single-day high of 3,591 new coronavirus cases on Monday, just one day before President Donald Trump's arrival at a Students for Trump rally in Phoenix. The state has been grappling with a continued spike in infections since early June, two weeks after lockdown...
    The fight against the coronavirus advances with drugs that are in their testing stage. (Free Press Photo: Hemeroteca PL) Restriction measures may be released worldwide when the covid-19 vaccine is ready and some developments have already progressed. Argentina is one of the countries that has fought the new coronavirus and its scientists have decoded the virus’s gene to map it in the territory. A team of scientists led by the Juliana Cassataro, CONICET researcher at the Dr. Rodolfo Ugalde Institute of Biotechnological Research (IIB-INTECH) of the University of San Martín (UNSAM) and specialist in immunology, infectious diseases and vaccine development, he won a US $ 100,000 grant awarded by the Covid-19 Unit, made up of the Ministry of Science, the National Agency for the Promotion of Research, Technological Development and Conicet. This is the first Latin American initiative that was funded to find a cure for covid-19. “We...
    Coronavirus — ADVANCE | Nikola Jokic has tested positive for coronavirus. It is one of the many cases that have occurred in the NBA (Kevin Durant, Rudy Gobert, Marcus Smart, including one not previously disclosed in his Nuggets), but this is the first in the public domain that is known once the plan for the League to resume and already with the players and other staff having started the testing process. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Brian Windhorst have brought the news forward. Jokic was about to return to the United States to join the expedition to Orlando, the place where the NBA will play again in a reduced format. In Serbia, where the confinement has passed, is where he will temporarily stay awaiting his recovery. The test was carried out last week and the evolution has been seen: he is asymptomatic and should be ready to travel,...
    James Whitbrook and Gordon Jackson7 minutes ago•Filed to:SPUMCSPUMCj jonah jamesonJurassic World: DominionLuciferThe SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The RunThe OthersAbyzouLand SharkZombie for SaleV/H/S 94I'm a VirgoThe Culling1SaveMorning SpoilersIf there’s news about upcoming movies and television you’re not supposed to know, you’ll find it in here.PrevNextView All The new Spongebob movie is squeezing out of movie theaters and heading digital. Boots Riley’s next surreal adventure is a TV show about a giant man. V/H/S is getting a reboot. Plus, when to expect Lucifer’s return, and David F. Sandberg takes on demonic horrors in a new Lionsgate project. Spoilers, away! Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters (SPUMC, for Short)Appearing as a guest on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, J.K. Simmons revealed he’s already filmed his next appearance as J. Jonah Jameson. Well yeah, [I’ll be back as J. Jonah Jameson] that’s the short answer. There is a future for J. Jonah Jameson after...
    SUMMER has officially arrived and with temperatures soaring this weekend, you may want to ensure you garden is in tip top shape. Clean the BBQ, get the sun loungers out - but more importantly make sure you've got summer's most sought after item to cool you down. 4 Mums everywhere are raving about giant unicorn sprinklersCredit: John Lewis Yep, that's right, the unicorn sprinkler is the garden accessory everyone is raving about - and they've already sold out at Aldi. But fear not because we've found some alternatives to ensure you and your kids can make your neighbours jealous, whilst keeping cool at the same time. One mum took to Facebook over the weekend to let everyone know that Tesco are selling the magical creatures for just £35. 4 Tesco appear to be selling the magical creatures for just £35Credit: Facebook Better still, why not treat yourself to a six...
    MIAMI—Shortly after midnight on Saturday, Suleiman Yousef’s stomach grumbled: He wanted chicken wings. But there was only one place in his Miami, Florida, neighborhood with a kitchen open until 4 a.m., the 36-year-old bail bond agent told The Daily Beast. After a brief phone call with the VIP manager of a strip club called Gold Rush Cabaret to find out their COVID-19 safety precautions, Yousef walked the five blocks to the joint, which was back in business two weeks ago thanks to the latest phase of reopenings under Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.  “When you walk up, they make sure you have a mask, they take your temperature, and spray your hands down with some alcohol solution,” Yousef said. “You could only take your mask off if you are eating.” Yousef told The Daily Beast he’d avoided going to any essential businesses—even grocery stores—earlier in the pandemic. But in the wee...
    The mainstream media may not be paying as much attention to the coronavirus pandemic these days, but President Trump absolutely remains focused on delivering a cure to the American people. Through the ground-breaking "Operation Warp Speed," the White House is pulling out all the stops to ensure we have a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine by January of 2021. According to a recent statement from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed (OWS) has already identified 14 "promising candidates" for a coronavirus vaccine, including some that are already undergoing clinical trials — including one in Jacksonville, Florida.  "OWS aims to deliver 300 million doses of a safe, effective vaccine for COVID-19 by January 2021," the HHS notes, adding that a vaccine is actually "part of a broader strategy to accelerate the development, manufacturing, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics...
    Coronavirus — Searching for ways to help the world’s governments and health agencies reduce the spread of the virus, Google and Apple announced in early April the creation of a system to track the expansion of COVID-19. A system that allows users to share data through BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) transmissions and official apps from public health organizations like the WHO. And always “fully respecting the privacy and security of users.” Coronavirus tracking app Keep in mind that this is share data from your mobile, to form a network and see if the smartphone of such person who is not contaminated by Coronavirus has been near the mobile of this other person who did report that he was infected. Although for whom you are wondering, the system does not track the user’s physical geolocation -as if you would use GPS data for example. Basically it’s about tracking the signal...
    Coronavirus — The vaccine may be available sooner than we think. This has been advanced by the researcher from the University of Oxford Adrian Hill, who has assured that the coronavirus vaccine being developed by the Institute Jenner of the British center could be ready in October, based on the advances that are being observed in the trials clinicians. “If all goes well, we will have the results of the clinical trials in August / September. Considering that we are manufacturing in parallel, we will be ready to deliver from October, if everything goes well », he commented during his participation in the‘ webinar ’cycle about COVID-19 of the Spanish Society of Rheumatology (SER). Hill has also released some data on the vaccine they are developing. It is a vaccine based on live viruses (in this case, the adenovirus) with a very high replication capacity, which facilitates its production...
    Coronavirus — 08:28 EU | The evidence of alerts of the danger of the coronavirus multiply. At the same time, the evidence that the Pedro Sánchez Government decided to ignore any of them continues to be fired. The latest alert does not only affect the advance of the virus and the undervaluing of danger by the Spanish Executive. It affects the rejection of European aid to buy tests and other protective material necessary to combat the disease. Because on March 4 the offer and warning came from the EU to Spain to urgently buy protection and detection material taking advantage of community purchases. And on March 6, Minister Salvador Illa showed his disinterest. He rest is known: lack of tests, masks, gloves, gowns and gel. 08:20 BEIJING | Beijing has added nine more cases of coronavirus of local transmission after the last outbreak originated in the wholesale market in...
    Russia, the third country with the most confirmed cases of coronavirus in the world, exceeded the barrier of 580,000 infections and 8,100 deaths from the disease on Sunday, it was officially reported. The country accumulated 584,680 cases (7,728 in the last 24 hours) and 8,111 deaths (109 on the last day), according to the daily balance of the National Center Against Coronavirus. Also, 339,711 people have already been cured across the country after being infected, according to the official balance quoted by the Europa Press news agency. The greatest amounts of new infections were detected in the city of Moscow (968), in the homonymous province (549) and the autonomous Janti-Mansi district, in Siberia (294). The capital also topped the daily death toll by Covid-19, at 32, followed by St. Petersburg, at 26. .
    Coronavirus — The main concern of the authorities in countries that have already passed the worst of the pandemic is that there are no outbreaks of coronavirus that cause the pathogen to spread uncontrollably again throughout the territory, but it is inevitable that they exist. As recognized this Friday by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, in Spain in the last month and a half 34 new outbreaks have been detected, which have left 982 infections. Sprouts in Spain In recent weeks, outbreaks have been detected in Córdoba, in two hospitals in the Basque Country (Basurto and Txagorritxu) at a birthday party in Lleida, at a family reunion, in residences like Reus’ or in several slaughterhouses such as those in Lleida or Totana. However, where there are active sprouts is in the province of Cádiz, and in the town of Binéfar (Huesca). In the municipality of Huesca, an outbreak...
    Coronavirus — The Government subtracts and adds deaths in the coronavirus death count depending on the weeks and their wishes. And now, the National Statistics Institute (INE) has just reflected a decrease of 1,899 deaths in the last two weeks compared to the same period of 2019. The jump is striking, especially when coronavirus deaths continue to occur and when, in addition, the previous weeks – from February 24 – had reflected the evidence of mortality from Covid-19, collecting a increase of more than 47,000 deaths until May 24. Now, the period from May 25 to June 9 has just shown a reduction of almost 2,000 deaths. The striking weekly decline has been concentrated in the so-called weeks 22 and 23 of the year. In them, in the year 2019, the deaths were 7,619 and 7,512 people respectively. Now, in 2020, and with the virus still in the lethal...
    WhatsApp has future plans to give its users more functions that allow them to continue being the quintessential messaging app. It has already been possible to know a little about what will come next and many will surely be delighted with the news that is coming. WhatsApp was recently updated by finally launching the first version of payments through the same application, but this will not be all. Well, some details that are very close to being implemented have already been revealed, among which are redesigns and new features. New bubble colors The redesign of the dark mode will be arriving little by little, since there are still visual details that must be perfected. So the bubbles of the messages sent in the dark mode they will have a new color, they will be green with a blue tint and both (sent and received) will be slightly transparent. New storage...
    Epic Games The third season of Fortnite may have only just started, but Epic Games appears to have a plan in store in case the beginning of Season 4 is delayed. In Chapter 2, delays have been the norm for the two seasons so far, so it’s possible players may have unfortunately gotten used to this happening. According to the in-game countdown, Fortnite Season 3 is set to end on August 26, but if you go back to the files, you’ll see a different picture being painted behind the scenes. Unlike Season 2 before it, it looks like if an extension does come in, players will still have something to do.Epic Has Extra Challenges Prepared Potential Season 3 Extension: Shocking, day 2 and here I am mentioning this lmao. The season is set to end on August 26th, however we have 12 weeks worth of challenges. Week 12...
    It sounds like Jameis Winston is on the right track toward rebuilding his career. Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael gave glowing remarks of the 26-year-old signal-caller, who has been working remotely with his new teammates and coaches to get up to speed on the offense. “I think he’s a talented football player,” Carmichael told reporters of the Heisman Trophy winner on Tuesday. “He’s done a lot of great things in this league already and we’re excited to have him. “Just in these meetings that we’ve been having … the one thing that stands out to me right away is that he’s sharp, he’s smart, he has asked the right questions. And so he has that experience and he’s got the ability, you see him throw the ball down field, he’s got excellent arm strength. So there’s a lot to be excited about and we’re looking forward to working with him.”...
    The Duchess of Sussex has cut ties with Jessica Mulroney following her race row with an influencer, a source has claimed. Meghan Markle, 38, who first met Jessica Mulroney, 40, during her time on legal drama Suits in Toronto, before the stylist went on to attend her wedding to Prince Harry in 2018, has reportedly ended their friendship 'for good'. An insider told Page Six that their relationship was 'already on the out', as Jessica was  'making a career out of the friendship'. Last week influencer Sasha Exeter shared a series of unpleasant messages in which Jessica Mulroney allegedly threatened to sue her, which led to her being fired from her presenting role with CTV.  The Duchess of Sussex has cut ties with Jessica Mulroney following her race row with an influencer, a source has claimed (seen together in 2016 in Toronto) Speaking to Page Six, the source said:...
    For Gloria Wong, St. Paul’s Century Plaza is a symbol of her hard work. After escaping war in Laos, Wong came to Minnesota in 1980 as a refugee. Now, she’s the owner of the University Avenue hub of Asian-owned shops and services. The past few months, though, have taken their toll on her and everything she’s worked for. The coronavirus pandemic has decimated business for her tenants, so Wong has been paying the plaza’s bills the past three months from her own savings instead of their rents. Now after the vandals and looters who took to the streets during protests to the death of George Floyd caused a draining amount of damage, she must also find the money for repairs. The impacts of the past few months, though, have been more than financial. Her family has been harassed and falsely accused for the spread of the coronavirus. And seeing the...
    Tom Brady refuses to squander precious offseason time. Arial video coverage has captured the 42-year-old Buccaneers quarterback and nine of his teammates — including former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski — once again grinding it out at a secret workout at Berkeley Prep high school in Tampa, which has been shuttered to the public during the coronavirus pandemic. The future Hall of Fame quarterback — who is tasked with the colossal challenge of adjusting to new teammates, coaching staff and schemes for the first time in two decades — is clearly eager to return to the field as soon as possible amid the shortened and uncertain offseason. Brady previously held a covert throwing session at Berkeley Prep back in May with wide receiver Mike Evans, tight ends O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate, running back Dare Ogunbowale and center Ryan Jensen, among others, to circumvent the obstacle of closed NFL facilities....
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell seems poised to violate another unwritten rule for his own partisan gain. The Kentucky Republican as minority leader cited the so-called Thurmond Rule in June 2012 to halt judicial nominees at the end of President Barack Obama’s first term, but McConnell is moving forward with the nomination of his protégé Justin Walker on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, reported Roll Call. “The Leader has made it clear no vacancy will be left behind,” said McConnell spokesman David Popp. “The party who nuked the judicial filibuster doesn’t get to talk about the Thurmond Rule. They should have thought about that before they set off the bomb.” Senate Democrats ended the 60-vote filibuster for executive branch nominees in 2013, but McConnell has a record of citing the rule — named after the late South Carolina Republican Sen. Strom Thurmond — when a...
    Federal prosecutors have requested an interview with UK’s Prince Andrew related to an investigation of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex crimes, claiming he’s been unresponsive, ABC News reported Monday. Attorneys for Andrew, who has denied any wrongdoing in his association with Epstein, said in a Monday statement that he has offered an interview multiple times. Citing two officials familiar with the matter, ABC News reported Monday that the Department of Justice has used the 2010 Mutual Legal Assistance treaty to seek interview with Andrew. The treaty is seldom used, but similar to a subpoena, according to NBC News. Andrew demonstrated zero cooperation since the investigation began, according to U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman. “The Southern District of New York and the FBI have contacted Prince Andrew’s attorneys and requested to interview Prince Andrew, and to date Prince Andrew has provided zero cooperation,” Berman told reporters on...
    Washington (CNN)In March, Congress authorized trillions of dollars in spending to help address the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic -- much of it aimed at getting cash into people's hands immediately to help them pay their bills and buy groceries. It called for sending direct payments to most Americans and expanded unemployment benefits, and included emergency grant and loan programs for small business owners as well as tax cuts, loans and other subsidies. Yet only about half of the economic support authorized by legislation since early March has gone out the door, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a think tank tracking the spending. Stimulus money was the first out, and it more than made up for many Americans' loss of income. Total income rose 13% from February to April when accounting for the direct payments and unemployment benefits. But for the most part, the...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Looting and vandalism in cities across the country have dealt another blow to countless small businesses that were already reeling from the coronavirus outbreak. Along with big chain stores like Target, Walgreen and Macy’s, independent retailers in neighborhoods and downtown sections were targets of vandals and looters who struck as police mobilized to contain large demonstrations over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Many businesses had been closed by state and local government orders as officials tried to contain the spread of the coronavirus, leaving owners with little or no revenue since March. Now, already facing an uncertain future amid ongoing restrictions related to the virus, owners must figure out how to rebuild or relocate their companies. Over three nights, Ahmed Muhumud’s Minneapolis optician shop was vandalized, looted and burned, leaving Midtown Eye Care in ruins. The store was just getting back...