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    Pokémon Diamond and Pearl could have a remake | The Pokémon Company Before Pokémon Day the February 27, a leading filter of Pokemon released an important and not so subtle teaser about the upcoming game of Pokemon suitable that will come to Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite. They won’t have to hold out until Pokémon Day on February 27 for the big news they’ve been waiting for. See you next week. pic.twitter.com/wNtWg9XKjm – Pokémon Center (@CentroPokemon) February 18, 2021 You might also be interested in: The Nightmare Before Christmas will have a sequel For months and months, rumors and leaks have claimed that Pokémon fans will not get a new generation in 2021, but rather a remake of a previous generation, or more specifically, a remake of generation 4, or in other words, a remake of « Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. » At this time, none of these...
    The daily rate of vaccination against COVID-19 in the United States has almost doubled in the last month to 1.7 million doses per day today, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, in English) reported on Wednesday. ), Rochelle Walensky. Miami World / Telemundo51 In a virtual press conference with the team appointed by President Joe Biden to report on the progress against COVID-19, Walensky indicated that cases have been “in decline in the last five weeks” in the country, although the new variants the coronavirus threatens to affect this progress. So far, about 40 million Americans, 12% of the total population, have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, of which about 15 million have also received the second dose. Biden anticipated on Tuesday that the United States could return to a certain normality next Christmas, after receiving enough vaccines for the entire...
    Dancing while thinking about her fans, Lina Perez went crazy with consent | Instagram Cute and naughty American model Lina Perez re-ignited social networks with their content, which raised the tone as usual, however, this time she expressed something very interesting, which completely excited her fans, when she admitted that ‘she was thinking about them every time she danced in front of your cell phone and even on other occasions you Can imagine. It’s like that Young model It can’t help but think of his fans admitting it with such a serious phrase: “Day Valentine’s Day While uploading a very attractive video of the young lady who recorded that special day on February 14th, I am still frantic with you. Did the young woman get used to dressing up this day? A swimsuit As we have never seen before, it is made up of small threads and...
    After the Head of State Francisco Sagasti announced through a message to the nation, on Monday night, that the former Minister of Health Pilar Mazzetti received the two doses of the Sinopharm vaccine, we will remember the day that the galena stated that it would be the last to be inoculated within its sector. On Wednesday 10 of this month, a firm Pilar Mazzetti assured, through a press conference together with Minister Violeta Bermúdez, that the members of the Executive would wait for the right moment to be immunized against the COVID-19. This means that they would wait for the phase that corresponds to them, according to the plan established at the national level. Consequently, the then holder of the Minsa He argued that, being part of the administrative area of ​​said sector, he would have to receive the first dose next week. After emphasizing the batch of 700,000 that...
    After almost 10 years in the air and more than 2,000 programs, ‘Now I fall!’ will change as of next Monday, February 15. The contest co-produced by Atresmedia Televisión and Gestmusic will adopt a new game mechanic in which the central contestant will have a greater role, in addition to being able to earn more money. Arturo Valls will continue to be the presenter from one of the chain’s longest-running shows. Arturo Valls, presenter of ‘Now I Fall’ With the new mechanics, the central contestant will have the possibility to stay in different installments of the program, but for this will have to beat 8 out of 10 opponents. Therefore, the duels no longer serve only to earn money, but will also serve to remain in the contest. In the case of not meeting that requirement, the opponent will occupy the central position and he will play with the...
    New York : Republican Senator Mitt Romney was one of the legislators who was close to the extremist crowd. Photo: Tasos Katopodis / . The second Impeachment of former President Donald Trump is being deeply emotional because it relives the anguish the country went through in the violent assault on the Capitol on January 6 and because the senators who have to judge him are also witnesses from the brutality of events. The Democratic impeachment of the House of Representatives has ensured that this emotional bond play a central role in defending your arguments. Already on Tuesday, during the first session of the impeachment In the Senate, they presented a 13-minute video that interspersed images of the former president speaking to his followers on January 6 with others of what was experienced shortly after inside the headquarters of the legislative branch. On Tuesday, Democratic prosecutors...
    “One cannot explain how, being a healthy person, from one moment to the next you cannot speak, you can hardly move and you do not understand what is happening with your brain and your heart. The uncertainty of not knowing if you are going to speak again , being normal and being you again or what you are going to find is horrible, “wrote Patty on January 20. It was that day when he made public that doctors found deficiencies in his heart, coronary arteries and that he had low cortisol levels, as well as his positive tilt test. Once they found that it was dysautonomia, the medical team discharged López, but she was faced with not being able to speak well and new crises. Back in the hospital, an irregularity in the left hemisphere of her brain was detected in the EEG, so she was admitted again for an...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Health officials across the Southland are concerned that Super Bowl gatherings coupled with Valentine's Day weekend and a low supply of COVID-19 vaccines could lead to the next surge in cases.The daily number of new infections and the hospitalization rate have been steadily declining over the past month in Los Angeles County, but officials warned the public not to gather on Super Bowl Sunday to avoid a repeat of last year's World Series and NBA Finals, when gatherings at bars, restaurants and private homes were blamed for fueling a spike in COVID-19 cases."Despite seeing some decreases, we continue to experience widespread community transmission in our county,'' Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said.The L.A. County Department of Public Health banned TVs and outdoor screens at restaurants to limit the number of people gathering and avoid COVID-19 "superspreader" events.RELATED | Reopening LA County: Outdoor dining again allowed at...
    (CNN)Two days. Two back-to-back lottery wins. Both in the six figures. It must feel great to be Orlene Peterson right about now. The Idaho woman won a $300,000 lottery prize -- and then the very next day, snagged $200,000 in another win. What are the odds? Well, officials at the Idaho Lottery crunched the numbers. And they estimate it's about 1 in 282.5 million. Read MorePeterson's stroke of good luck began late January when she bought some lottery tickets in Hayden in northern Idaho."I had bought some tickets already, then had $20 left over, so I thought what the heck, I'll get a Grand Fortune ticket," Peterson told the lottery. The ticket turned out to be a $200,000 winner. "I couldn't believe it," she said.The next morning, Peterson walked into another store in a different town to test her luck. And again, ka-ching! This time to the tune of $300,000....
    COVID infections must fall by another 95 per cent to just 1,000 a day before lockdown is lifted, say NHS bosses. They insist lifting the no-nonsense pandemic restrictions too soon will lead to another wave of coronavirus cases. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3The UK's vaccine programme has been hailed a great successCredit: PA:Press Association Chris Hopson, chief executive of NHS Providers, is now to write to the PM to urge him not to lift lockdown until infection stats drop massively. The number of new infections stood at 18,262 yesterday bringing the total number of cases across the country to 3,929,835. Mr Hopson's plea comes even though 22 per cent of all over-18s in the UK have now been vaccinated - including many of the most vulnerable. And the country is now on course to smash its target and give all adults both doses...
    An Idaho woman has won the lottery jackpot two days in a row, defeating odds of around 1 in 230 million to bank $500,000. Orlene Peterson, of Coeur d'Alene, scratched for a $200,000 win on Friday morning after picking up a Grand Fortune card at an Albertsons supermarket in Hayden. The next day she managed to pick up the final $300,000 ticket of the Comin' in Hot game at a Fred Meyer store in Coeur d'Alene. Orlene Peterson holds her winning $500,000 check. She plans to pay off some bills, buy a truck and take a trip to Las Vegas. 'I had bought some tickets already, then had $20 left over, so I thought what the heck, I'll get a Grand Fortune ticket,' Peterson told the Idaho Statesman. 'When I scanned the ticket, it said I had to contact the Idaho Lottery for my winnings. That had never happened before when I...
    Former Vice President Mike Pence has opened a transition office in Northern Virginia and is living in the Washington D.C. suburb before returning to Indiana this summer. Pence made his first post-White House announcement on Wednesday, two weeks after Joe Biden took office and amid speculation over what's next for the former vice president.  'Mr. and Mrs. Pence are residing in Northern Virginia and plan to move back to Indiana this summer,' the statement said. And it indicated a possible return to public life for Pence, who served as governor of Indiana before joining Donald Trump on the 2016 presidential ticket. 'The Vice President and Mrs. Pence look forward to continuing to elevate causes that are near and dear to their hearts and serving the American people when called upon,' the statement said.  The office is located in Arlington, across the Potomac River from Washington. Pence, like Donald Trump, receives...
    Maria Bartiromo held a fascinating conversation on The Five as she told her colleagues about her friendship with Joey Ramone, and the song he wrote in her honor. Bartiromo beamed into the show before hosting Fox News Primetime on Tuesday night, and since she was introduced with the song Ramone named after her, Greg Gutfeld quickly focused on her ties to the punk rock frontman. “That’s bigger than a Nobel Prize!” He exclaimed. “When you first heard that song, what did you think?” Bartiromo laughed as she told the panel that she uses the song as a comeback when her husband makes fun of her taste in music. “Now I say ‘No, no, no. I’m really cool. Joey Ramone wrote a song about me!” Bartiromo said. She recalled that Ramone was “an incredibly avid investor” when the Internet started to take off, and that he bombarded her with emails asking...
    Bernie Sanders, bundled up at Biden inauguration, goes viral in a meme John Kerry commits US to climate crisis fight but warns world is way off pace These 2 triggers could bring the next round of market turbulence. Why Citi wants to buy the next dip © Paul Ratje/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images NEED TO KNOW Load Error Markets are continuing their optimism for fiscal stimulus from President Joe Biden’s new administration. The S&P 500 lifted 1.39% yesterday to a fresh high — the best Inauguration Day rise in 36 years — with gains continuing into Thursday. It may not last. Our call of the day is from Citi’s report on investment themes for 2021, and the bank said there is “a significant likelihood of financial turbulence” coming to markets. Equity index valuations are at elevated levels, potential credit downgrades are looming, and there is the possibility of inflation surprises...
    Authorities in Russia are to decide the fate of a 'miracle' baby born to a woman who died next day from Covid-19. Svetlana Sorochinskaya, 36, died from the virus at a hospital in St Petersburg in November last year after medics delivered her baby boy prematurely by Cesarean section - with her parents, 64 and 62, also passing away within a week. With no close relative to take custody of the orphan, authorities are now left to choose between a colleague of Svetlana's who says he was her secret lover and the baby's father; and a distant relative who says she also wants to raise the child.  The man claims that divorcee Svetlana had desperately wanted a child and secretly chose him to father her baby on the understanding he would play no further part in her or the child's life.  Divorcee Svetlana Sorochinskaya, 36, had desperately wanted a child and...
    Proud Boys leader Joseph Biggs arrested in Florida in connection with the Capitol riot After Being Shot While Saving Woman from Attack, Doctor Launches Nonprofit to Help At-Risk Kids These 2 key triggers could bring the next round of market turbulence and Citi says to buy the dip © Paul Ratje/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images NEED TO KNOW Load Error Markets are continuing their optimism for fiscal stimulus from President Joe Biden’s new administration. The S&P 500 lifted 1.39% yesterday to a fresh high—the best Inauguration Day rise in 36 years—with gains continuing into Thursday. It may not last. Our call of the day is from Citi’s report on investment themes for 2021, and the bank said there is “a significant likelihood of financial turbulence” coming to markets. Equity index valuations are at elevated levels, potential credit downgrades are looming, and there is the possibility of inflation surprises this year,...
    US home construction jumps 5.8% in December to 1.67 million Biden unveils sweeping Covid-19 plan n first full day in office These 2 triggers could set off the next wave of market turbulence. Here’s why Citi says to buy the dip © Paul Ratje/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images NEED TO KNOW Load Error Markets are continuing their optimism for fiscal stimulus from President Joe Biden’s new administration. The S&P 500 lifted 1.39% yesterday to a fresh high — the best Inauguration Day rise in 36 years. It may not last. Our call of the day is from Citi’s report on investment themes for 2021, and the bank said there is “a significant likelihood of financial turbulence” coming to markets. Equity index valuations are at elevated levels, potential credit downgrades are looming, and there is the possibility of inflation surprises this year, Citi said, underpinning strategists’ projections. Financial valuations aren’t consistent...
    President Biden jogged to greet supporters and reporters during his inaugural parade, a change of pace from when he carefully descended a series of U.S. Capitol stairs while reaching for his wife's hand before his swearing-in ceremony. His inaugural events were a showcase of a president eager to be perceived as strong even while being unable, at times, to mask his age. Biden, 78, veered off from his family on Wednesday afternoon in front of the White House after he got out of the presidential limousine, known as "the Beast," to walk the last part of his toned-down inaugural parade. He hustled over to the parade route's fencing to say hello, for instance, to Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser. But earlier, as he and first lady Jill Biden were making their way across the Capitol's marble crypt and down several flights of stairs onto the building's west front, the 46th...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – For some Dallas ISD teachers, Inauguration Day has served as an educational moment for their students. “As a professor, I like to steer them into acknowledging what’s happening,” said Manuel Benzvi who teaches at Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet School. Benzvi encouraged his political science students to watch the inauguration. “It is important for them to be a part of the process because they are going to be the next voters,” he said. In the class on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 10th, 11th and 12th graders watched a short clip on how Inauguration Day has changed over the course of history and what its purpose is. Then there was open discussion on how this Inauguration Day is unlike any other — and what this day means to students. “We continue to live in a pandemic so this inauguration must have a lot of preventions in place beforehand in...
    A “BEAUTIFUL” baby girl who was sent home from A&E after being diagnosed with a virus died from a bacterial infection the next day, an inquest heard. Luna Ellora Thomas first started feeling unwell on March 24 last year and was briefly treated at Royal Bolton Hospital on March 26 during the first week of the initial coronavirus lockdown. 5Luna Ellora Thomas, pictured, tragically died on March 27 last yearCredit: MEN Media 5She was sent home from A&E after being diagnosed with a virusCredit: MEN Media She was diagnosed with suspected bronchiolitis, described as "a blockage of the small airways in the lungs caused by a virus". Doctors carried out a number of tests and a decision was made to discharge her. Luna's mum Hannah Thomas was given advice and told the case would be referred to a community nurse. However, the next day Miss Thomas woke up when she...
    For almost two years, Joe Biden has been telling Americans what he plans to do on his first day in office — and the next 99 — if elected to be the nation's 46th president. In speeches, interviews, and in at least 49 published plans throughout his presidential campaign, Mr. Biden talked about the actions he'd take in the earliest days of his administration — what he would do if he triumphed in what he saw as a "battle for the soul of the nation" against President Trump. Incoming White House chief of staff Ron Klain distributed a memo Saturday that reiterated Mr. Biden's intention to fulfill several of his promises — some geared toward immediate action to arrest the surging coronavirus pandemic, some to roll back the actions taken by President Trump in the last four years, and others to address problems that have persisted over several administrations.  The initiatives...
    AJ Styles is still an important player on WWE television, but he knows that his days as an in-ring competitor will come to an end eventually. In a new interview with Bleacher Report, the former World Champion revealed when fans can expect to see him step away from the squared circle. According to Styles, he doesn’t know the exact date of his retirement, but he stated that he still has some gas left in the tank. However, he also admitted that there are days when he feels tempted to hang up his boots in the very near future. “It’s really whenever it feels right. Some days, I feel like I can go five, six more years; and then some years I’m like, ‘Oh, man, I can be done this year.’ As you get older, it’s just changing. You have to listen to your body and figure out what it can...
    Influential Arkansas senator Tom Cotton has said that he is against impeaching Donald Trump, arguing that the president cannot be impeached when he leaves office. Cotton, a conservative hardliner and possible contender for the White House in 2024, issued a statement on Wednesday, after the House voted to impeach Trump for the second time. The decision will now move to the Senate, and Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, said earlier on Wednesday that their trial of the president will not begin until after the Senate returns from a recess scheduled to end on January 19. Tom Cotton on Wednesday night announced he was not in favor of impeaching Trump Cotton, being sworn in to the new session of Congress on January 3, said the Founding Fathers did not permit impeachment of private citizens - which Trump will be on January 21 The soonest the trial...
    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., exits a subway cart in the Senate subway in between votes in the Capitol in Washington on Wednesday, March 18, 2020.Caroline Brehman | CQ-Roll Call |Getty Images GOP Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is calling for President-elect Joe Biden to press for $2,000 direct payments to Americans on the first day of his presidency as a show of unity following the D.C. insurrection last week. "Last Wednesday was one of the darkest days in our history. All across our nation, people are looking for answers and demanding accountability, but they are also desperate for hope: hope that political leaders in Washington can begin taking steps to heal our deeply divided nation," the Florida Republican wrote in a letter to Biden dated Tuesday. He added, "It would send a powerful message to the American people if, on the first day of your presidency, you called on the...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Good morning, it should be a sunny day for most of today with clouds staying north of I-80. Yesterday’s high temperature hit 39 degrees and we saw a mix of sun and clouds. With the sunnier skies today and core temperatures warmer than yesterday, I am going to forecast highs back in the 40’s today. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) If we hit the 40 degree mark, it would be the first time to do so since the January 3. Temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday will also likely hit the 40 degree mark. The set-up today is similar to yesterday with a powerful upper low now moving into Quebec from the Hudson Bay. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Unlike yesterday it does not look like we will see the gravity waves we did yesterday that gave us off and on sunshine through the day. Of note, yesterday...
    Capitol police have briefed House Democrats on three more plots to attack the US Capitol over the coming days, as the as FBI warns of armed protests in ALL 50 states if Trump is removed before Inauguration Day. The chilling new threats to the seat of US democracy not a week after the deadly attack by a MAGA mob killed five, was delivered during a private call and described potentially 'the largest armed protest ever to take place on American soil'. The second attack is billed as beginning as a protest in honor of Ashlie Babbitt, the Air Force veteran shot dead inside the Capitol on Wednesday while trying to sneak inside the Speaker's Lobby. With Joe Biden's inauguration fast approaching in nine days, Washington, DC, and cities around the US are bracing for violent protests similar to that which left five people dead at the Capitol last week....
    (CNN)As 2020 nears its end, the US reported a record death toll for the second day in a row, with more than 3,740 Covid-19 fatalities Wednesday. And the outlook is grim for January. More than 80,000 Americans could die of Covid-19 over the next three weeks, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ensemble forecast projects -- offering a stark reminder the nation is still facing challenging times.The new prediction comes amid ongoing vaccine distributions -- a roll-out experts say has been slower than they'd hoped. Vaccines will only make any meaningful impact once they're widely available to the public, experts have said, which likely won't be until the summer time. White House coronavirus testing czar: We need to be doing a better job with Covid-19 vaccine rolloutIn the meantime, Covid-19 numbers keep rising. The US reported a record high of more than 125,200 Covid-19 hospitalizations nationwide, according...
    This is a truly festive mystery. Over the past several weeks, mysterious monoliths have been appearing in random places across the world. While most appear to be made of metal, the latest was produced from a much more edible material. Residents in San Francisco woke up on Christmas morning to find a gingerbread monolith standing in Corona Heights Park, which overlooks the scenic city, Fox 8 reports. The structure appeared to be made out of large pieces of gingerbread that were apparently held together by icing. CHRISTMAS TREES: WHEN AND HOW SHOULD YOU THROW THEM OUT? One social media user posted photos of the object on Twitter and shared a bizarre story from the site of the monolith. They wrote, "The gingerbread monolith is real. So real that I even watched someone lick it, and then I proceeded to say a prayer for them. On that note, merry monolith!" According...
    A New York City woman scheduled her suicide note stating she was 'no longer in pain' to post on Instagram the day after she jumped to her death from the Vessel sculpture in Hudson Yards.   Yocheved Gourarie, 24, of Brooklyn, died December 22 after she fell from the 150-foot walkable sculpture at about noon, police told the Village Sun. The next day, on December 23, her apparent suicide note was shared in a posthumous post on her Instagram account. Yocheved Gourarie, 24, scheduled this photo and a farewell message to go live on Instagram the day after she jumped to her death from New York City's Vessel sculpture in Hudson Yard Gourarie's Instagram post warned her followers to sit down before they read the caption Gourarie ended her posthumous Instagram post by noting that she is 'no longer in pain' Gourarie noted that she had planned...
    MISSION HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Health care workers on the job during the holidays are working desperately to save patients with COVID-19.Providence Holy Cross Hospital in Mission Hills, located in the hard hit northeast San Fernando Valley, has seen the number of COVID-19 patients quadruple since the beginning of November."It's frustrating when you're in for your 12-hour day and then you go home or you see people out not adhering to some of the guidelines," said charge nurse Jenny Carrillo."Or maybe it hasn't impacted them personally, so they don't believe that it's real or as bad and that's really frustrating because every day I look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe, who's struggling to get well," Carrillo adds. "They want to be home with their family."Nurses and doctors have been working nonstop since March. Right now, they are fearful of what may come next."We are concerned...
    WTOP’s Mike Murillo demonstrates how to use an at-home COVID-19 testing kit. Last week, I decided I should be tested for the coronavirus, so I chose to try Pixel by LabCorp, a test you can take from home. To order it, I went to LabCorp’s website and answered a few questions. Once the website decided I was eligible for a test kit, I supplied my insurance and personal information and clicked submit. According to LabCorp’s website, you can also choose to pay for the test, with the price tag listed as $119. The Food and Drug Administration gave the LabCorp test an emergency use authorization. The website says if it’s ordered by 3 p.m. you’ll get the test the next day. Lo and behold, the next day, I heard a knock at the door and a small box was waiting on my doorstep. (Be warned — the packaging makes it...
    We want to have a meal at these 25 fictional restaurants Need a Last-Minute Gift? 15 Presents You Can Find Around the House The day the PGA Tour stood still, and the pandemic became very real in golf Just before noon on March 12, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan entered the makeshift interview room at The Players for his second press conference in three days. Those few moments answering difficult questions would, in retrospect, be the easiest part of what would become the most difficult 24 hours in circuit history. © Provided by Golf Channel “This is an incredibly fluid and dynamic situation,” Monahan said, before explaining that the Tour would continue to play its flagship event, as well as its next three tournaments, without fans, despite a sports landscape that had almost entirely succumbed to the COVID-19 pandemic. As first-round play wore on at TPC Sawgrass, Monahan explained...
    Health and Human Services Alex Azar says the FDA has told Pfizer it 'intends to approve' its COVID vaccine after an excruciating two-and-a-half week wait but inexplicably, it still hasn't and there is still no date for when the first people will receive it in America. Speaking on Good Morning America, he said: 'I've got some good news for you. Just a little bit ago, the FDA informed Pfizer that they intends to proceed towards approval for its vaccine. 'In the next couple of days probably as we work to negotiate with Pfizer the information doctors need to prescribe appropriately, we should be seeing the authorization and we'll be working with Pfizer to get that shipped out so we could be seeing people getting vaccinated Monday, Tuesday of next week.'  A panel of 23 independent scientists voted in favor of the vaccine on Thursday after a day of long, drawn-out talks over whether or...
    The Big Ten’s delayed, shortened season has proved to be an unpredictable, day-to-day adventure. From the first day of practice in October, when the players and coaches donned masks to plod carefully through a pandemic, there was no guarantee things would chug along smoothly. And they haven't. Between the numerous cancellations, the inexplicable collapse of several traditional contenders and Northwestern’s rise from last to first, pretty much anything goes. “As we all know, change is the one thing that is inevitable in 2020," Maryland coach Michael Locksley said. “We've embraced that. That's part of what this season is all about, being able to adjust and make changes on the fly. Our team has done a real good job of it, for the most part." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Having already had two games canceled in November by an outbreak of COVID-19 that claimed Locksley and a...
    In mid-September I went to the curryWhen will I recall my computer following a repair (purchased in 2012). I was informed that this was written, but since I paid monthly for a board knowledge support agreement, I would receive a voucher for replacement expenses. Without asking anything, I went back to the store and was told it could take two weeks to operate. At the end of the month, I received a text from a group of intellectuals seeking feedback on “my latest product replacement”, which stated that the matter was closed. The next day I visited again. I was told to ignore the text and was assured that I would receive the voucher the next day. It failed to come, and now, I was going to the store almost every day. While there on October 1st, I was given a printer This confirmed the value of the voucher was...
    DENVER (CBS4) – More than 65,000 Coloradans were tested for COVID-19 on the day before Thanksgiving. It is the single largest number of COVID-19 tests in one day in the state since the pandemic started. (credit: CBS) The state has surpassed 3 million testing encounters, according to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Testing encounters are the total number of tests conducted during the pandemic, including multiples if people get tested more than once. RELATED: State-Partnered COVID Testing Sites To Close For Thanksgiving The 7-day average positivity rate currently stands at 11.13%. The percentage has decreased each day since Nov. 17 when it was 12.88%. On Thanksgiving, CDPHE reported more than 6,000 new cases of the virus. A new modeling report released on Wednesday estimates 1 in 41 Coloradans are currently infected with COVID-19. So far in Colorado, more than 2,500 people have died from...
    For years, Black Friday in-store sales have crept earlier and earlier into Thanksgiving Day itself, to the consternation of those who cherish the holiday as a day of rest, and the delight of holiday deal-seekers. Not so this year, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Major retailers including Walmart, Target and Best Buy will remain closed on Thanksgiving, joining with chains like Home Depot that have held fast to a tradition of shutting down for the holiday. When the store doors do fling open on Friday morning, retailers are taking extra precautions to prevent a huge crush of crowds that could speed the spread of the virus. Most retailers have offered rolling deals, both in-store and online, throughout November and beyond, in a bid to spread out the opportunities for deal seeking.  Stores are also offering curb-side pickup and speedy delivery. For those who still want to shop in-store, retailers will...
    Beachgoers in California were astonished by the sight of a sea otter surfacing with a three-foot long horn shark in its grasp. The furry marine mammals are known to bring bottom-dwelling sea life above water to feed or just out of curiosity. However, sea otters dine of a variety of invertebrates, including sea urchins, crabs and starfish - sharks have never been confirmed to be on the menu. Although the sea otter's intentions are unclear, Sea Otter Savvy, which shared the images on Twitter, said 'While some nibbling may have occurred, the prey was not consumed.' The puzzling scene was captured inside California's Morro Bay and is the first documentation of a southern sea otter catching a horn shark, For The Win Outdoors reports. Scroll down for video  Beachgoers in California were astonished by the sight of a sea otter surfacing with a three-foot long horn shark in its grasp....
    An asteroid the size of a London bus missed the Earth by just 240 miles (386 km) on Friday 13th — but was not detected until the next day, astronomers have revealed. The space rock, dubbed '2020 VT4', was only spotted 15 hours after its closest approach by the Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System on Mauna Loa, Hawaii. Had it come much closer, the 16–33 feet (5–10 m) wide body — as estimated from its brightness — would have burned up in the atmosphere over the South Pacific. Its orbit brought it about the same distance from the Earth as the International Space Station, making it the closest asteroid to pass by Earth on record to date.  An asteroid the size of a London bus missed the Earth by just 240 miles (386 km) on Friday 13th — but was not detected until the next day, astronomers have revealed (stock...
    The Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PlayStation 5 are finally here, and for many of us at The News Brig, this has been one of the most highly anticipated weeks of the entire year. But actually getting a console, even ones that were preordered, hasn’t been easy. Like every major hardware launch, demand already is through the roof, meaning that consoles are selling out instantly. The pandemic has almost certainly thrown many wrenches into the already-complicated logistical challenge of shipping millions of game consoles around the world. And there has also been a frustrating lack of communication from retailers about when and where to expect consoles, leaving customers to desperately search the web for any clue about how they can get their hands on the new machines — and often still come up empty. A few of us at The News Brig have been on the hunt this...
    More than 481,000 new cases in a week in the US 2:24 . – The latest spike in covid-19 infections has raised the seven-day average of new daily cases to levels never seen since the pandemic began. The seven-day average of new cases reached 68,767 on Sunday, topping the previous peak of 67,293 reported on July 22. The two highest days for new cases were Friday and Saturday, with more than 83,000 new cases added each day. LOOK: Pfizer tests an experimental coronavirus vaccine in 12-year-old children Health experts say the resurgence of cases they warned would occur in the fall and winter is here, and it could be the worst the United States has seen so far. Rising numbers in the US, where there have been a total of more than 8.6 million infections and 225,230 people have died, show that the nation is...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Only a day after Gov. Andrew Cuomo imposed new coronavirus pandemic restrictions, there was a threat from Mayor Bill de Blasio to close New York City schools if the infection rate continues to rise. De Blasio said Thursday he’ll move swiftly if the positivity rate goes above 3%, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported. “If any day we see in the morning the indicators come out and have reached that level then we’ll move immediately the next day schools will be shut down,” the mayor said. MORE: Gov. Cuomo Announces New Testing Plan For New York Schools In COVID-19 Hot Spots The mayor said there’s still time to turn it around, but the trend is not good. The positivity rate Wednesday was 2.6%. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Tri-State Coronavirus Travel Advisory Quarantine List Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home CBS2’s Dr. Max...
    Illinois health officials are telling locals to work from home for the next three weeks and to avoid going out except for 'essential trips' as the state reels from another record rise in daily COVID-19 cases.  On Wednesday the state announced 12,657 new confirmed and probable cases of coronavirus, setting a record for the highest single-day report of new cases for the second day in a row.   The state now has 523,840 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 10,434 deaths and 364 probable deaths. There were 145 new deaths reported Wednesday, the most in a single day since late May. Hospitalizations also broke a record with 5,042 patients hospitalized on Wednesday - the most since the beginning of the pandemic. Of those patients, 951 are currently in intensive care units, and 404 are on ventilators. The state now has a case positivity rate of 12.4 percent from November 3-10.  Illinois health...
    Diego Maradona He could be discharged in the next few hours, according to his family doctor, Leopoldo Luque. The former footballer was operated on last Tuesday for a subdural hematoma and since then he has been admitted to the Olivos Clinic, in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Leopoldo Luque, GP of Diego Maradona, noted that they are «Evaluating the possibility of giving him a clinical discharge» between Tuesday and Wednesday. In addition, he has ensured that the coach is in “very good condition” and with a “desire to leave” the clinic, where he has been since last Tuesday. «You have to see different chemical parameters but the truth is that evolution is very good. He is very well and eager to go. When we discharge him, which may be tomorrow or the day after, we will discuss it with the family, “Luque said. Asked about a possible transfer...
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WABC) -- Sculptors from New Jersey are creating the newest war monument bound for Washington, and when it's finished, it will become one of the iconic masterpieces of our nation alongside the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument.The First World War ushered in technology still with us today -- from war planes to tanks to machine guns to poison gas. But the people behind this project say the story they want to tell of WWI is about the Americans -- all Americans -- who were part of this chapter in our history.Captured is the ferocity of battle and the despair of leaving home. But underneath the atrocities of war, there is also the story of humanity."The first figure is the daughter, and the last figure is the daughter as well," sculptor Sabin Howard said. "So the father moves between those two points and in that voyage is transformed....
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As results continue to come in after the election, Eyewitness News will have a special election edition of "The Countdown" to get you caught up with all of the day's political and campaign news.You can watch it online, on the ABC7NY app or on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Sunday, Nov. 8Biden claims victoryOn the night that Joe Biden claimed victory in the heated presidential race against Donald Trump, the President-elect issued a message of unity.Biden's first major action will be to appoint a Coronavirus Task Force and unify a country that has been split by party lines.Taking PennsylvaniaIt was Biden's home state of Pennsylvania that put him over the top, 48 years to the day he was first elected to the U.S. Senate at the age of 29. In 13 days, Biden will be...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As results continue to come in after the election, Eyewitness News will have a special election edition of "The Countdown" to get you caught up with all of the day's political and campaign news.You can watch it online, on the ABC7NY app or on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Sunday, Nov. 8Biden claims victoryOn the night that Joe Biden claimed victory in the heated presidential race against Donald Trump, the President-elect issued a message of unity.Biden's first major action will be to appoint a Coronavirus Task Force and unify a country that has been split by party lines.Taking PennsylvaniaIt was Biden's home state of Pennsylvania that put him over the top, 48 years to the day he was first elected to the U.S. Senate at the age of 29. In 13 days, Biden will be...
    Air Quality Alert Issued Through 3:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Friday will be another comfortable day with highs nearing 70 degrees and morning lows in the mid-to-upper 40s. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos The pleasant weather is expected to last over the next couple of days with highs in the mid-to-low 70s over the weekend. The next rain chance comes on Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. Tuesday could also see a record high set with the forecast high for the day coming in at 74 and the record for the day 73. Stay up to date with the KDKA app, which you can download here.
    Almost President-Elect Joe Biden Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week A year ago September, David Dayen at The American Prospect  wrote The Day One Agenda. The Next Administration: Using Presidential Power for Good. Now that we’re on the cusp of President Joe Biden’s administration, it’s valuable reading again. Here’s an excerpt: The Prospect has identified 30 meaningful executive actions, all derived from authority in specific statutes, which could be implemented on Day One by a new president. These would not be executive orders, much less abuses of authority, but strategic exercise of legitimate presidential power. Without signing a single new law, the next president can lower prescription drug prices, cancel student debt, break up the big banks, give everybody who wants one a bank account, counteract the dominance of monopoly power, protect farmers from price discrimination and unfair dealing, force divestment from fossil fuel projects, close a...
    VIDEO3:4703:47One more day — How markets and the economy are anticipating the election outcomeTrading Nation With one day to Election Day, stocks are looking up. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average started off the month with a comeback from their worst week since March as investors braced for the pivotal U.S. presidential election on Tuesday. Four market analysts took a closer look at what could come after the votes have been counted and what 2021 could look like. Here's what they told CNBC on Monday: Ed Clissold, chief U.S. strategist at Ned Davis Research Group, laid out how stocks tend to perform in response to particular election outcomes: "We look back to 1900 at all election cycles, and we divide the market up into whether the incumbent won or lost, in particular when the Republican incumbent won or lost. And the market does tend to rally either way...
    It’s Shah Rukh Khan’s birthday today and to those who admire him would know how important the day is. The actor celebrates his 55th birthday this year and thanks to COVID-19 pandemic, we couldn’t be a part of his celebration. Every year, thousands of fans gather below his residence in Bandra to wish their favourite actor on his special day and he greets them by coming to his terrace while sending across all his flying kisses filled with gratitude. While the yearly ritual went missing this year, he ensured he shared his gratitude by sharing a heartwarming video. SRK took to his social media accounts to share a video thanking all his numerous fan clubs and admirers who wished him on his 55th birthday. He was overwhelmed to receive so much love and appreciation and thanked everyone from the bottom of his heart for making his day a lot...
    Traders wear masks as they work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues New York, May 27, 2020.Lucas Jackson | Reuters The stock market is selling off hard on rising virus cases and election uncertainty, and it faces another big test Thursday when Big Tech favorites report earnings. "I think it may be we're beginning to see a sea change about tech valuations," said Peter Boockvar, chief investment strategist at Bleakley Advisory Group. He noted that Microsoft's earnings were better-than-expected Tuesday, yet its just inline guidance did not stop its stock from declining about 4% Wednesday in the market sell-off. Apple, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook, which have led the market's gains, report earnings after Thursday's closing bell. Twitter also reports Thursday afternoon. The group has a lot of sway over the market. Apple, for instance, with its $1.9 trillion...
    SONY'S latest and great console is just weeks away, and we now know all of the next-gen games that will be available on the PlayStation 5 at launch. Out worldwide next month, the PS5 promises new Spider-Man and Assassin's Creed titles from the get-go. 4 Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of several blockbuster PS5 launch titlesCredit: Sony Next-gen remakes of classic games like Demon Soul will also join the powerful console's lineup of launch titles. Death Stranding, the latest title from legendary games-maker Hideo Kokima, is also getting a PS5 release. Each game will take full advantage of the console's gorgeous graphics, hyper-fast loading times and overhauled controller. We've summed up all of the confirmed PS5 launch titles below. 4 Two versions of the PlayStation 5 will hit shelves around the world next monthCredit: sony PS5 Games List Assassin's Creed: Valhalla – The next Assassin's Creed game will be set...
    WE all know it's better to hit the hay sooner rather than later for a restful night of sleep. But do you know what time of night is your ideal bedtime to feel refreshed in the morning? 2 A new sleep calculator tells you when to hit the hay to get the best night's sleepCredit: Getty - Contributor Lucky for us, blind and curtain company Hillarys has come up with a nifty calculator to help you work our the perfect time of night to turn in. A rep from the company said: "Getting a good night's sleep is about more than simply going to bed early - it's about waking up at the right time too. "Using a formula based on the body's natural rhythms, the Sleep Calculator will work out the best time for you to rise or go to sleep." Science says a sleep cycle lasts for around...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Florida has been added to Chicago’s travel quarantine order, requiring people to self-quarantine for 14 days when arriving from states and territories seeing high COVID-19 case counts, and public health officials warned Michigan could be added to the list next week. Effective Friday, when Florida is added to the list, the quarantine order will include 31 states and Puerto Rico: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. The list of states included in the order is updated every Tuesday to include states with more than 15 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 resident population, per day, over a 7-day rolling average; with additions to the list taking effect the following Friday, and removals from...
    Ensuring the safety of New Yorkers while they vote is a top priority of the New York City Police Department, though disruptions are not expected to occur, department Chief Terence Monahan said Tuesday. Officers will be stationed at 1,201 polling locations across New York City on election day Nov. 3, Monahan said. Officers will be at the 88 locations in the city that will host early voting starting on Saturday, Monahan said. “Currently we have no known threats of disruptions, and we do not expect any during the course of the next two weeks,” Monahan said at a press conference the NYPD posted online. “But let me be clear, the NYPD is fully prepared to protect every person’s right to vote.” Monahan held a joint conference with NYPD Chief of Operations Race Spinella and NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller Tuesday afternoon. WATCH as @NYPDChiefofDept, Chief Spinella,...
    Radio host and conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh told his listeners that his recent lung cancer scans show that his disease is moving in the “wrong direction” and there has been “some progression.” As The Sun reported, he said that he feeling fatigued and the knowledge of his terminal disease weighs on him every day. Limbaugh revealed his cancer diagnosis back in February, noting that it was advanced by the time doctors identified it, as The Inquisitr noted at the time. He warned listeners that he would likely miss episodes now and then as he buckled down to battle the cancer with his medical team. “From the moment you get the diagnosis, there’s a part of you every day, OK, that’s it, life’s over, you just don’t know when,” he said on Monday’s show. Since his diagnosis, he says that he has been doing what he can to extend his life...
    Scientists: Herd immunity strategy against COVID will kill, not help The 2020 Saveur 100: 21-30 Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gadgets of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/19 SLIDES © Amazon / Amazon When the first snowflakes of the season start to fall, your kids will probably have one question for you: "Do we get a snow day?" While you might be more inclined to stay inside and make a gingerbread house (no judgment!), for those occasions when the answer is “yes” and...
    As the weather gets chillier, you may be tempted to stick close to home — in which case you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy good entertainment and do good at the same time through virtual events. But if you're itching to head out on the town, you'll find fun ranging from a wahle of a book sale to a new running race to a fall market to the next awesome effort by Rainbow Militia. Keep reading for the ten best events around town this weekend, watch for updates, and don't miss our list of all-free events. Whale of a Used Book Sale Through Sunday, October 18Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 West Sixth Avenue, Golden Colorado's biggest used book and media sale has returned, with some special precautions in these days of COVID-19. But the awesome array of items will be as awesome as ever. The sale is open to...
    The NBA has a target date in mind for the start of next season. The NBA pulled off a minor miracle by finishing the 2019-20 season in a controlled bubble environment with no positive COVID-19 tests. Now the focus immediately turns to the logistics of next season. The first order of business is figuring out when the season will start. A recent report says the league is targeting Jan. 18, 2021 as the opening day of the season. The report also says how the NBA will give an eight-week notice of the start date, thus making November 23 an important date to keep an eye on as well.The NBA’s target date is not too far offJan. 18 is an important day on the NBA calendar because it is also Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The league has made it a point to play all day on the holiday in the...
    Sheriff spoke in defense of accused domestic terrorists FDA Announces Major Recall on 18 Dog Food Brands The Under-$35 Amazon Prime Day Deals You Need to Shop in the Next 24 Hours Until Amazon Prime Day 2020 kicked off yesterday, you probably were unaware of just how many things you needed. Sure, “needed” here more literally means “wanted really really badly,” but what’s the difference when prices on your coveted buys are so remarkably low? With day one of Prime Day down and just 24 more hours to go, the clock is counting down, and prices will jump back up at 11:59 p.m. PT just as quickly as Cinderella’s carriage turned back into a useless pumpkin. Some of Amazon’s biggest and best Prime Day deals have already sold out, so you’ll want to act fast when you see something you need, er, want. © Provided by People Amazon ©...
    A SAVVY bride has shared how she spent just £60 on her lockdown wedding food – and there were leftovers to feed her family the next day.  Sarah Mitchell, from Lincolnshire, posted photos of her purse-friendly nuptials from the weekend, and revealed she had saved a fortune.  Facebook 4 A savvy bride has shared how she spent just £60 on wedding food for her guests Taking to the Facebook group Feed Your Family on a Budget, Sarah wrote: “Yesterday was my wedding day.  “We had a small reception at my in-laws, we spent about £60 on food, soft drinks, and pudding for 8 people.  “It’s also fed 6 of us today with stuff leftover for a pack up tomorrow.” Before lockdown, the average UK wedding was £31,974, according to Hitch, and Sarah is among those making huge savings thanks to guest lists being restricted to 15 people. Facebook...
    In July, as federal troops were confronting demonstrators in Portland, Oregon, longtime 9News meteorologist Marty Coniglio tweeted a photo that compared the action to Nazi Germany. A fixture on the channel's popular morning show, he was off the air the next day...for good. This week, Coniglio explained why he did what he did in a column for Westword, which starts with this: "Better to be a good American than a good employee. Distilled to its most elemental expression, that is the reason why I blew up a 35-year career in broadcast media to add my voice to the alarms sounding about the current state of our Republic." You can read Marty Coniglio's complete piece here (and see the Tweet below). Thousands of people did, and posted more than a hundred comments on the Westword Facebook page, most applauding the longtime TV personality and wishing him the best. Says Al: "Better...
    Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters How much money each golfer won at the Sanderson Farms Championship Chadwick Bosemans Brother Recalls Last Conversation He Had with Late Actor: The Next Day He Passed Chadwick Boseman's siblings are remembering their younger brother. © Provided by People Victoria Will/Invision/AP/Shutterstock Chadwick Boseman In interviews with the New York Times, published five weeks after the actor's death, Kevin and Pastor Derrick Boseman spoke lovingly about their beloved family member, whom they called Chad. The star, best known for portraying King T'Challa/Black Panther, Jackie Robinson, Thurgood Marshall, and James Brown, died of colon cancer on Aug. 28 at age 43. Boseman's representatives shared the news in a heartfelt tribute on his Twitter account on Aug. 28, revealing that he had been diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016 and had battled it privately for four years as...
    Proud Boys showed up in force when Donald Trump officially launched his reelection campaign in Orlando, Florida, in June. Donald Trump danced his now-familiar tango with the radical right this week—the one where he pulls them close in an embrace, spins away while staying connected, and then pulls them back to close quarters. This time, his tango partner has been the proto-fascist street-brawling gang called the Proud Boys, who he legitimized and embraced during Tuesday’s presidential debate by urging them to “stand back and stand by.” On Wednesday, Trump performed the distancing-while-still-in-touch portion of the dance on the White House lawn with reporters, telling them: “I don't know who the Proud Boys are.” Even more telling: Trump, once again pressed to denounce white supremacists, again could not bring himself to actually say the words denouncing them. x x YouTube Video First, Trump thoroughly confused everyone regarding where he stood with...
    THE BRAVE Louisville cop who was shot in the Breonna Taylor protests returned to work just hours after being released from hospital.  Aubrey Gregory was welcomed with a round of applause from his colleagues as he arrived for roll call on Thursday morning. 10Aubrey Gregory arrived to roll call on Thursday morning just hours after he was released from hospital 10The major was greeted with applause from his colleagues at the Louisville Metro Police Station 10Larynzo Johnson was arrested over the shooting of the two officers on Wednesday nightCredit: LMPD Gregory was leading the response to riots in Louisville, Kentucky, following a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officers on murder charges over the death of Breonna Taylor. Clashes between protestors and cops erupted in the city following the decision which led to the shooting of Gregory and another Louisville cop. Officer Robinson Desroches was shot in the abdomen...
    US coronavirus deaths: 200,000 have died from Covid-19. Thats more than the US battle deaths from 5 wars combined What could our lives be like in 2025? Futurists think Americans may eat, fly and go to school differently post-COVID Adam Silver predicts the next NBA season wont start until 2021 If you’re speculating about the 2020-21 NBA season despite the fact that the 2019-20 league year is still ongoing, this is for you. © Provided by For The Win In a conversation with Bob Costas, NBA commissioner Adam Silver told him that his “best guess” at when next season will start is in January, with the goal being a full 82-game season. There’s a lot of focus on Twitter from NBA fans bemoaning the fact that it could mean no hoops on Christmas Day, a date that has been thrown around as a possible Opening Day like it was...
    A New Yorker who stepped in to protect a mother and two children from a man who allegedly exposed himself to them has lashed out at city officials after the suspect was released without bail the next day.   Denis Goncharov, 33, rushed to the aid of the young family on September 8 when he noticed them being approached by the suspect, who he says started masturbating by their park bench. He chased the man, identified by the New York Post as Justin Merritt, 34, for several blocks before the suspect dashed into a subway station. He was picked up by cops later that day.  Goncharov has now lamented that Merritt will remain free until his December court date.  'It's basically a lawless free-for-all,' he said of the city. 'Like in the movie "Joker".'   Denis Goncharov, 33, (pictured) rushed to the aid of the young family on September 8 when he noticed...
    On Saturday night, South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, a Republican, was driving home from a South Dakota Republican Party fundraiser dinner when, as he initially told authorities, his car hit something while on a rural stretch of U.S. Highway 14. He says he called 911 right away—around 10:30 PM—and told authorities it was some large animal, possibly a deer. Apparently, it was actually a person. According to his media statement from late on Monday, the state attorney general initially stopped his car and used the flashlight on his cell phone to investigate the area but found nothing except pieces of his car. A sheriff’s deputy, Mike Volek, arrived on the scene to fill out collision paperwork, and according to Ravnsborg’s statement: “At no time did either of us suspect that I had been involved in an accident with a person.” He discovered the body the next day when he returned to the scene. Authorities identified the...
    Wall Street and New York Stock Exchange in New York.Alexander Spatari | Getty ImagesDow Jones Industrial Average rises 131.06 points The Dow rose 131.06 points, or 0.48%, to 27,665.64. The S&P 500 was flat at 3,340.97. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.6% to 10,853.54. Wall Street suffered through another volatile session to end the tech-heavy Nasdaq's worst week since March, down 4%. It is off by 10% from its recent record.Tech falls againShares of the major tech companies fell broadly. Facebook closed 0.6% lower. Amazon slid 1.9%. Apple ended the day down 1.3%. Apple fell 7% on the week.What happens next?Lennar is set to report earnings on Monday. The Fed will hold its last monetary policy meeting before the election next week.  Subscribe to CNBC PRO for exclusive insights and analysis, and live business day programming from around the world.Related Tags Jrwrap Lennar Corp Apple Inc Microsoft Corp Alphabet Class A
    How Much Does a Funeral Cost? The Aventador SVJs V-12 Engine Sounds Even Crazier With an Aftermarket Exhaust Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft New Car Gadget Magically Removes Scratches & Dents Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © Woman's Day Edit Team Although birthdays are always a fun celebration no matter your age, there's something about the excitement kids feel about their birthday. The anticipation that builds as they count down the minutes till their big day arrives is almost palpable. This year, make your child's birthday better than years past with these super unique kid's birthday party themes and ideas that will make their special...
    Friday is the six-month mark of the Knicks’ last regular-season game. With the draft being pushed back from Oct. 16 to mid-November, league sources told The Post that the season opener will almost certainly be pushed back until after Jan. 1 – with no consensus on even the month. According to a source, some league executives would like to see next season’s opener land on Martin Luther King Day on Jan. 18 — considering the climate of the times. However, sources have suggested the NBA is completely open-minded about a starting date for February – and March has not been completely ruled out either. “The league may want to wait as a long as possible so fans can be there,’’ one NBA source said. “They may want to wait for a vaccine and that may not happen by mid-January.’’ Frank Ntilikina and RJ. BarrettNBAE via Getty Images Some players threatened...
    A heap of recent games and ones that come out before November 10th will have versions optimized for Xbox Series X and S as well (though not all necessarily on day one). They include Dirt 5, Watch Dogs: Legion, Fortnite, NBA 2K21, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Control, Doom Eternal and Marvel’s Avengers. There are other big games on the way in the days after the Series X and S launch, in particular Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Cyberpunk 2077. On top of all that, there are a bunch of other titles slated to arrive in the next few months that don’t yet have firm release dates. Although Harmonix’s next rhythm game Fuser hasn’t been officially announced for Series X and S, it’ll be out November 10th, and will most likely be playable on those consoles through backwards compatibility. The same goes for the remake of XIII....
    Hummingbirds can cool their bodies to less than 4°C (40°F) at night - the lowest temperature recorded in any bird - to save energy for use the daytime, researchers have found.  This rare ability is called torpor, and is a brief hibernation-like state which slashes energy expenditure by 95 per cent in the diminutive birds.  Hummingbirds have wings that beat more than ten times a second and during daylight they use their hovering ability to suck nectar from thousands of flowers. To keep up, their tiny hearts beat around 1,000 times a minute, but this drops to just 50 during torpor.   Scroll down for video   Depending on species, the hummingbirds entered torpor for between two and 13 hours, the researchers write in their study, published in the journal Biology Letters . One species, the black metaltail (pictured), reached the lowest temperature of 3.26°C The frigid internal temperature at night allows...
    TLC "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way" Season 2 features four new couples and two returning, fan-favorite pairs from Season 1. TLC will NOT be airing a new episode of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way tonight, September 7, 2020, according to the network’s Monday schedule. Instead, viewers will get a new episode of B90 Strikes Back at 7 p.m. ET, followed by an “Inside the Episode” special on the Darcey and Stacey at 9 p.m. The next new episode of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way will air on Sunday, October 11 at 8 p.m. ET. Additionally, fans should take note of the schedule change – The Other Way will resume on a Sunday night instead of Monday, and will continue airing on Sundays for the duration of the season, so plan accordingly! The show will also be bumped up an hour earlier to replace Happily Ever After following the Season 5 finale,...
              Both Donald Trump Jr. and Jill Biden on September 9 will arrive in Minnesota as part of campaign efforts for the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates. Trump Jr. will host a “Make America Great Again” rally in Duluth, while Jill while host a “Back to School Tour” in the Twin Cities. These visits are the latest in a campaign tug of war over Minnesota. Most recently, President Donald J. Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden released back-to-back campaign ads in the state. Both opponents pointed fingers at the other as the blame for nationwide riots. Jill Biden’s appearance is the first in-person visit from Biden’s campaign. Joe Biden’s running-mate, Kamala Harris, appeared in a virtual roundtable with several Democratic state leaders. Joe Biden will not visit Minnesota until after Labor Day. “I do believe a path to victory runs through Minnesota,” Harris said...
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to an Ibiza superclub during a wild trip to the party isle, it has been revealed. And William was so impressed with the night out that he called up the organiser the next day and told him he'd got him into dance music. Kate and William, both 38, visited the Pacha nightclub and were guests of DJ Erick Morillo, who died this week, and Francisco Ferrer, Pacha's artistic director. The memory was posted by Ibiza party organiser Tony Truman, who said he was 'blown away' when Prince William rang to thank him. Tony - former partner of EastEnders' star Charlie Brooks - revealed the memory on his Instagram account in a tribute to Erick Morillo, who died on Tuesday, just days after being arrested on suspicion of sexual battery.  Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 38, went to an Ibiza superclub during...
    A Portland man accused of double murder was arrested just days before for interfering with police during a protest — but the charge related to the protest was dismissed the next day, and he was released from jail, KOIN-TV reported. What are the details? Cassy Leaton, 22, and Najaf "Nate" Hobbs, 39, were stabbed to death June 16, and police arrested Phillip Lawrence Nelson two days later, the station said, adding that the suspect faces two murder charges and is being held without bail. Cassy Leaton and Najaf "Nate" HobbsImage source: Portland Police Bureau But on June 12, Nelson was arrested at a protest in downtown Portland on a misdemeanor charge of interfering with a peace officer, KOIN said, citing court records. However, that charge was dismissed the next day, the station said. Booking information indicates Nelson was released from the Multnomah County Detention Center. This summer, Portland...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has decided to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday, making the decision one day after a senior adviser for his campaign said he didn't want to go an disrupt the "peaceful nature" or the protests there, according to the Journal Sentinel. "Vice President Biden will hold a community meeting in Kenosha to bring together Americans to heal and address the challenges we face," a Biden campaign statement read. "After, Vice President Biden and Dr. Biden will make a local stop." Campaign adviser Symone Sanders just told CNN on Tuesday that while Biden did want to visit Wisconsin at some point, the campaign didn't believe now is the right time and that a visit could be disruptive to the city. "Look he doesn't want to do anything that would create a tussle, if you will, on the ground," Sanders said. "He doesn't want to do anything...
    TLC "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way" Season 2 features four new couples and two returning, fan-favorite pairs from Season 1. The mid-season finale of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way aired Monday, August 31 at 9 p.m. ET on TLC. Although Episode 14 ended on a cliffhanger, fans luckily won’t have to wait long to see what happens next – the second half of Season 2 will return on Sunday, October 11 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT following a short, five-week hiatus. Additionally, fans should take note of the schedule change – The Other Way will resume on a Sunday instead of the usual Monday time-slot, and will continue airing on Sundays for the duration of the season, so adjust your calendars accordingly! The show will also be bumped up an hour earlier to replace Happily Ever After following the Season 5 finale, so expect new episodes to air...
    New York — There are signs that they cannot sit still on the sofa and prefer to exercise no matter what circumstances they are in There are signs that you can’t stop exercising. Photo:Luis Quintero / Pexels For this signs of the zodiac Diet and exercise are a way of life, yet motivation is not always the same for everyone. There are some who enjoy doing physical activities and striving to have a fitness body, but for others guilt is what moves them. And it is that for every hour they spend sitting on the couch watching their favorite series and eating a delicious sandwich, the next day they demand an extra mile of training or an hour in the gym. Also read: How to lose weight according to your zodiac sign Are you one of those who enjoys exercising or one of those who...
    Kellyanne Conway has announced that she is to leave the White House at the end of this month, the day after her 15-year-old daughter Claudia said she was 'officially pushing for emancipation' from her parents in a series of tweets. The 53-year-old counselor to the president said she was leaving for the sake of her family, to be 'less drama, more mama'. Her husband George, an attorney, is one of President Donald Trump's most vocal and pointed critics.  He is also stepping back from his role on the Lincoln Project, an outside group of Republicans devoted to defeating Trump in November. He will also take a hiatus from Twitter, the venue he has often used to attack the president. In a statement, she called her time in the Trump administration 'heady' and 'humbling,' and said she and George were making the decision based on what they think is best for their four...
    For the Mets it’s just spit and wait. After three straight days of COVID-19 testing — that involved spitting into a tube — the Mets continued to await notification from MLB on Saturday on the possible resumption of their season. The increased testing has occurred in the aftermath of a Mets position player and coach testing positive for the coronavirus in recent days, forcing the postponement of the team’s series finale in Miami in addition to the entire weekend Subway Series at Citi Field. As of Saturday morning, there had been no additional positives among the Mets, according to an industry source, but the team was awaiting more results. If the virus hasn’t spread, it’s conceivable the Mets could work out Monday and the next day begin their regularly scheduled series against the Marlins. But if testing reveals additional positives, it’s possible the Mets’ layoff would stretch deep into the...
    Coronavirus deaths in the United States will hopefully start dropping by next week, according to CDC director Robert Redfield.  Deaths across the country have been plateauing for the last three weeks with an average of 1,000 Americans dying per day. The average number of deaths was 1,027 on Thursday.  The number of cases, however, have been declining steadily for a month.   The average number of COVID-19 cases across the country per day was at about 46,000 on Thursday, which is the lowest it has been in two months.  The current daily case average is down considerably from the record high of 77,000 cases reported on a single day back in mid-July.  Deaths are a lagging indicator and can potentially rise several weeks after new cases start to decline.  Deaths across the US have been plateauing for three weeks with an average of 1,000 Americans dying per day The average number of...
    In two Saturdays’ time, two months late, the 2020 Tour de France will finally begin. On the wide boulevards of Nice, with the glinting blue of the Mediterranean at their backs, the riders and their entourage will head up into the hills surrounding the coastal city and set a course that will lead them to Paris three weeks later. The riders are eager to race. Spectators are desperate for it. And given what the world has endured this year, the 2020 Tour de France may be one of the most symbolically important editions in the race’s long history. But in the midst of steeply rising coronavirus rates in France, is this bike race cause for celebration, or cause for concern? *** In late February, as coronavirus began to spread unchecked across Europe, the impact the virus would have on the professional cycling calendar was still unknown. The broader societal implications...
    In one respect, the virtual Democratic convention proved last night to be a massive improvement on the real thing: The roll call of the states leading to the nomination of the presidential candidate. It’s usually a trial to sit through. Not this time. The sheer visual variety of the 57 separate little rah-rah moments delivered by sometimes eloquent, sometimes wacky speakers proved to be an unexpected delight. The necessary evil of every convention became an unexpected high point, especially the guy from Rhode Island who talked about the state’s squid business while the burly and masked guy next to him held up a plate of calamari. Fantastic. But it was followed by a low point when the feed cut to Joe Biden just after he had been formally nominated. He stood in a schoolhouse room next to some balloons. He didn’t quite know where to look and held a tense...
    The Community Day Pokémon for Pokémon Go’s September and October Community Days will be decided by player votes. Fans will be able to choose between Porygon, Caterpie, Grimer, or Charmander. While more details have yet to be announced, we can assume that it’ll work similarly to the last voted Community Day. Whichever Pokémon gets the most votes will likely star in September’s Community Day, with the second place Pokémon starring in October Community Days. It’s also likely, based on the past few months’ Community Days, that the featured moves that the Pokémon will learn will be beneficial to PvP. Out of the four available options, Porygon does not yet have a Shiny form released, which means that this Community Day will add it to the game. Porygon is also the only one that needs a special item, a Sinnoh Stone, to evolve it to its final form. Charmander, however, has...
    TWO parents face manslaughter charges after cops found their toddler, three, dead inside a boiling car when Alabama hit 93F.  Dakota Fowler, 20, and Brandi Burks, 22, went to bed at midnight on Saturday, and discovered him unresponsive in their vehicle 15 hours later, Franklin County police said. 3Mom Brandi Michelle Burks, 22, has been charged with manslaughter 3The boy's dad, Dakota Heath Fowler, 20, was also arrested on manslaughter charges Bentley Fowler was declared dead in the small northwest Alabama town of Hodges on Sunday at about 4 pm on Sunday, said the Franklin County sheriff’s office. Local media reported that temperatures reached 93F (34C) on August 9. According to Good Calculators, if it’s 93F (34C) outside, the temperature inside a vehicle builds to nearly 136F (60C) within 60 minutes. The boys' parents were charged with manslaughter and could face 20 years' prison if found guilty, reports Al.com. The...
    Like many artists, Sarah Gurland has a day job: Since 1995 she’s been a senior designer at The Gro Agency, working mostly with clients in the food industry — “ice cream, beef jerky, mashed potatoes,” she says. “Though it is creative, there are rules to follow, things to be lined up, special attention paid to point sizes, branding, typography, etc., all placed in just the right way to tempt consumers,” she says. “I’m a worker bee, more of a behind-the-scenes kind of gal. I never wanted to be the creative director, but I’ve been there the longest, so I know everything!” Her passion is painting, sketching and creating monoprints. “I like to step away from planning and organization,” she says. “I prefer to allow the materials to guide my process and rely more on chance and accident, whether it’s which way the water will flow or how the string will...
    A former World Health Organization doctor who helped eradicate smallpox says the the global fight against COVID-19 will carry on for at least the next four years as the virus moves from one hotspot to the next.  Dr Larry Brilliant, an epidemiologist from California, told USA TODAY that the next few years would not be 'all doom and gloom' because effective vaccines will emerge.  'We will still be chasing the virus four years from now. But it won't be like (today),' Brilliant said.  'It will be like the smallpox eradication program. The polio eradication program. Having yellow fever in some countries and not in others.  'We're in for a bad and rocky ride.'  Dr Larry Brilliant, an epidemiologist from California who was among the WHO team who fought the eradication of smallpox in the 1970s, says the the global fight against COVID-19 will carry on for at least the next four...
    With no cameras, no fanfare and fewer than two dozen guests, the secret wedding of Princess Beatrice could hardly have been more different to the bonanza nuptials of her younger sister Princess Eugenie. Just a week after the low-key Windsor ceremony that took royal watchers by surprise, one of Beatrice's closest friends, Cressida Bonas, who dated Prince Harry, followed suit and exchanged vows with Harry Wentworth-Stanley in private. The BFF brides took the decision to marry their respective partners despite the government's restrictions around weddings, which limit the number of people at a service to just 30 and will only allow receptions of the same number from Saturday.   The result was two intimate weddings that were far removed from the well-publicised affairs one might expect from two such well-connected women in the public eye. Speaking to FEMAIL, Lavinia Stewart-Brown, founder of Stewart-Brown-Events, a bespoke wedding planning company based in London,...
    Next August 7 will be the last day of the Congress session before taking his break There are many citizens waiting for this important financial support to be approved. Photo: JOSEPH EID / . / . Currently, the approval of a second stimulus check is being discussed in the Senate, and the last day of the session will be August 7, which means lawmakers must agree on a bill before this day, since after this, senators will return to their home states until the session resumes on September 8, according to CNet. It is not yet known how long it will take from the time the law is enacted to the time the IRS sends the checks, but we do know that there is an important factor that could delay your delivery. This factor would be that the president Donald Trump and Congress could not agree...
    ABCVALENCIA Updated: 07/24/2020 19: 21h Save The residences and day centers for the elderly in the Valencian Community will remain in phase 3 of the de-escalation until there is a coronavirus vaccineIn addition, next week the measures that will apply to them in that phase will be tightened. This was announced this Friday by the vice president of the Consell, Monica Oltra, in the press conference after the plenary session, in which he specified that the evolution of the pandemic changes every day and it is possible that it will entail the introduction of “many more changes, more restrictive”, in different areas. Image of Vice President Oltra taken this Friday – EFE As an example, he explained that the Department of Equality and Inclusive Policies is working, and has met with the nursing home sector to deal with it, in “tightening up” as of next week the measures of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It’ll be a beautiful evening for baseball as high pressure stays in place keeping trends quiet. (Credit: CBS) (Credit: CBS) According to CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist, there will be lots of sun tomorrow with highs to 90 in many areas. (Credit: CBS) Humidity builds throughout the weekend. Sunday will be the hottest of the next several days. The next front will draw in heat and low level moisture. (Credit: CBS) Isolated late day showers or storms are possible. Better chance as the sun sets and into the night. Rain lingers into Monday. (Credit: CBS)   TONIGHT Clear. Low of 68. SATURDAY Sunny with highs around 90. SUNDAY Hot and humid. High 93. Feels like 100-105. There will be a late day chance of a storm.
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