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    The White House announced Friday that approximately half of Americans 65 and older in the United States have received the first dose of the Vaccine against him Covid-19 (disease caused by the new Coronavirus). « Almost half of Americans over 65 have received a first puncture, » the White House senior adviser for the response told reporters. Covid-19, Andy Slavitt, during a press conference. Slavitt noted that the administration of Joe biden opened more than 400 new centers Vaccinetion in nearly 40 states in the United States. « Any progress is the result of the hard work of many individuals and entities, » said Slavitt, highlighting the importance of cooperation between the public and private sectors in efforts to Vaccinera the population. When asked to comment on the efforts of some states to lift the strict restrictions imposed by the pandemic in Covid-19Slavitt cautioned that such...
    New York : On Friday the draw for the Round of 16 will take place. Photo: ALEXANDRE DIMOU / EFE / EPA The Europa League, the second most important tournament in the old continent, this Thursday completed the stage of round of 16, with some surprises like the elimination of two favorites, the Napoli from Italy and the Leicester from England. On the contrary, a pair of giants continue in their search for an urgent glory for their abandoned showcases: Manchester United and the AC Milan. Milan certified with more difficulties than expected his classification for the round of 16, after asserting the 2-2 draw he achieved away from home in the first leg, after equaling 1-1 with Red Star on Thursday at San Siro. A round of round of 16 in which he will also be Manchester United, after drawing 0-0 with Real Sociedad...
    MANCHESTER UNITED eased through their Europa League last 32 tie against Real Sociedad with the goalless draw they needed after their 4-0 demolition job in the first leg. An uneventful game for the viewer but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not mind as he was able to rest stars with a view to Sunday's huge clash against Chelsea. 3Anthony Martial (top) was much more lively against Sociedad than in previous weeksCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Eric Bailly did his chances of a regular first-team role no harmCredit: AFP or licensors The main source of joy for United fans will have been the amount of exciting young stars they caught a glimpse of in the second half - with Amad Diallo and Shola Shoretire getting precious minutes. Here's SunSport's ratings on a routine night at an empty Old Trafford. Dean Henderson - 6 Had nothing to do - but was vocal...
    New York : The decline began to be noticed in mid-2020. Photo: Francisco Guasco / EFE This Thursday the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, in English) reported that since mid-2020, life expectancy of the general population of the United States was reduced due to the pandemic, going from 78.8 to 77.8 years, this being the lowest level since 2006. According to official figures, the fall in life expectancy, that is, how many years a baby born now is estimated to live, Hispanics and African Americans were most affected by COVID-19, although the former are still the oldest racial group in the United States. Among whites, life expectancy fell in the first half of last year from 78.8 to 78 years, while among Hispanics it fell by 1.9 years, from 81.8 years in 2019 to 79.9 years when the pandemic hit. In general terms,...
    February 18, 2021 12:04 PM | With information from EFE 15 minutes. Life expectancy among the general population of the United States (USA) fell in the first half of 2020 by one year due to the pandemic. It went from 78.8 years to 77.8 years, the lowest level since 2006, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported Thursday. According to official figures, falling life expectancy (i.e. how many years a baby born now is expected to live) hit Hispanics and African Americans the hardest from the US due to COVID-19. However, Hispanics remain the oldest racial group. Among whites, life expectancy fell in the first half of last year from 78.8 to 78 years. In contrast, among Hispanics, it fell by 1.9 years, from 81.8 years in 2019 to 79.9 years, when the pandemic hit. The most vulnerable In general terms, life expectancy for men was 75.1 years...
    Life expectancy in the United States fell by one year in the first half of 2020 when the coronavirus arrived and caused a first wave of deaths. Miami World – AP The number fell particularly among minorities: three years less for blacks and almost two for Hispanics, according to the study published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC for its acronym in English). “This is a significant decline,” observed Robert Anderson, the CDC’s director of statistics. “The last time something like this was seen was in the 1940s, during World War II.” Other experts believed that the figure shows the magnitude of the crisis caused by COVID-19, not only in terms of deaths caused directly by the disease but also by related factors such as heart attacks or cancer. “The most shocking thing about these numbers is that they only correspond to the first half of...
    CORONAVIRUS has cut life expectancy in the United States by a full year in the first half of 2020 - the most since World War II. A preliminary report, by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said that minorities suffered the biggest impact with black Americans losing nearly three years and Hispanics, nearly two years. 4Life expectancy in the US has fallen by one year because of the coronavirus pandemicCredit: AFP - Getty 4Orthodox Jewish men move a wooden casket from a hearse at a funeral home in the Borough Park neighborhood in April 2020Credit: Getty Images - Getty 4A gravedigger is seen at the Mount Richmond Cemetery which receives Covid-19 deaths in the Staten Island borough of New YorkCredit: Getty Images - Getty “This is a huge decline,” said Robert Anderson, the Chief of Mortality Statistics for the CDC. “You have to go back to World War...
    Life expectancy in the United States fell by a full year during the first half of 2020, a new report finds. In 2019, life expectancy - or the average number of years a person lives - for the general American population was 78.8 years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed on Thursday. However, based on provisional death counts between January 2020 and June 2020, this figure fell to 77.8 years. This is the lowest that life expectancy has been since 2006 and the biggest drop seen in two decades. Some of the decline can be attributed to common causes of deaths such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and lung disease, as well as overdoses. But the toll of the pandemic cannot be understated with more than 347,000 dying due to COVID-19 last year in addition to indirect pandemic deaths. Life expectancy in the U.S. fell a...
    NBA : Injuries continue to fall for the Orlando Magic. As the team announced Tuesday, Cole Anthony was diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture in his first right rib. So the rookie will be out of the team’s rotation until after the All-Star break. Anthony himself made it public on his social networks hours before the team made the official announcement. This means the Magic won’t be able to count on Anthony until mid-March at the earliest, leaving the young point guard with roughly a month of inactivity. Anthony suffered the injury on February 9 against the Portland Trail Blazers. Initially it was ruled that he had suffered a strained right shoulder, but further evaluation showed that the point guard suffered a rib fracture. Magic head coach Steve Clifford revealed last week that Anthony was in quite a bit of pain and couldn’t move quite well. In the 25 games...
    Fact check: Vice President Kamala Harris used 2 Bibles when she was sworn in Graham: McConnells speech attacking Trump could haunt GOP in 2022 Arsenals new love story: Aubameyang the big winner as young playmakers leave Leeds in a daze Match statistics: Arsenal 4-2 Leeds United There was never any doubt. People may have debated about the supposed demise of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this season, but no-one at Arsenal believed for a second that their captain’s best days had been and gone. On Sunday, he gave a timely reminder to all of his doubters outside of north London that if he is given the chances in front of goal, he will take them. Aubameyang was at his lethal best against Leeds, scoring his first ever Premier League hat-trick as Arsenal bounced back from two successive defeats in the Premier League with a 4-2 victory. Mikel Arteta’s side were exceptional in the first half,...
    Fauci cautions Super Bowl viewers on mini super spreader events Ohio police officer charged in Andre Hills death pleads not guilty College basketball scores, winners and losers: Texas continues to tumble, Alabama leaves the door open in SEC A chaotic week in college basketball culminated Saturday with -- you guessed it! -- yet another chaotic slate of games. Two top-10 teams bit the dust and a total of four ranked teams took losses on a day where surprising results and stunning outcomes were again the theme, fittingly capping a week where five of the top-10 teams in the sport had already taken spills. © Provided by CBS Sports Oklahoma State defeating No. 6 Texas in a double-overtime thriller took the cake as the biggest stunner of the day. Though Texas had lost its last two, the Cowboys, who were underdogs on their home court, overcame a mediocre performance from...
    Joe Biden lied. He lied about wanting to bring the country together. He lied about trying to work "across the aisle." He lied about being a "moderate."   It took only 10 days to expose President Biden for the fraud that he is. That’s a good thing.  After the blitzkrieg rollout of 40 executive orders that targeted President Trump programs, kowtowed to progressives (and enraged conservatives) on hot-button issues like taxpayer funding of abortion and showed Biden’s disdain for our country’s system of checks and balances, Republicans have zero excuse for cooperating with the new administration.  SALLY PIPES: BIDEN'S HEALTH CARE PLANS – THIS IS WHAT AMERICANS CAN EXPECT FROM DEMOCRATS Elections have consequences; the behavior of the winners has consequences, too.  First up: given Democrats’ fragile majorities in Congress, GOP legislators should be emboldened by Biden’s take-no-prisoners approach and push back hard against his $1.9 trillion "relief" package. The giant bill mainly provides relief to Democrats hoping to keep the House and Senate in 2022 by...
    MATT BEARD reckons Brighton were fortunate to see only one of their players sent off during their feisty 3-0 loss to Bristol City.  And the Twerton Park gaffer praised his rampaging Robins for blowing the relegation battle wide open by grabbing their first win in the top-flight this term.  5Bristol City picked up their first win of the season and their first victory under Matt BeardCredit: Represented by ZUMA Press, Inc. 5Ebony Salmon was on target twice for the Robins during the fiery encounter at Twerton ParkCredit: Represented by ZUMA Press, Inc. An Ebony Salmon brace and a Yana Daniels boomer saw the Robins sink the Seagulls to register their first WSL victory under interim boss Beard. But the clash was not without its moments of drama and anger which included a second-half red card for Kayleigh Green.  The Wales ace was given her marching orders for a stamp on...
    OWEN DALE believes Crewe can win back-to-back promotions to the Championship. Alex have had an impressive first half to the season in League One following their promotion last season. 3Owen Dale is confident after a superb first half to the season for Crewe They host Ipswich this weekend just four points behind the play-off spots. And Dale, 22, who is enjoying his breakthrough season, has played a big part with his brilliant performances on the left flank. Asked if he believes Crewe can get promoted again, he told SunSport: “Yes, definitely. At the start of the season, the manager instilled a lot of belief into us and set out his stall – saying, ‘We’re not looking to just survive in this division.’ “He thinks there’s enough talent in the team to go on another run. We’re starting to believe in that ourselves. “Around the dressing room, there are a lot...
    Homes on the world's first floating city went on sale today - with prices ranging from £14,000 to £1billion.   Properties on the man-made Blue Estate island, which will float in the Caribbean Sea, start at £14,600 for a budget 'Ring Level' studio apartment, but increase up to £1.1billion for its 'Signature Estate' mega mansions.  The island, which is to be built from 'ultra-high performance' concrete modules, will measure 4921ft by 3280ft in total, an area half the size of Monaco.  Though homes are on sale from today, construction of the island won't begin until 2022 with full completion expected in 2025. Some of the properties will be available for hand-over by 2023. Properties on a floating city which will float in the Caribbean Sea went on sale today with prices ranging from the tens of thousands to over £1billion. (Pictured: Concept design) A budget studio apartment will cost...
    Victory of Kamala Harris Celebrated in ‘America United: An Inauguration Welcome’ Nestle recalls more than 760,000 pounds of Hot Pockets Watch: Ravens kicker Justin Tucker with two doinks in the first half Ravens kicker Justin Tucker is one of the best in NFL history at his position. The Texas alum has a regular-season field goal percentage of 90.654%, which makes him the most accurate kicker in league annals. In the postseason, coming into Baltimore’s divisional round matchup with the Bills, Tucker had made 13 of 15 field goals, but missed one last week against the Titans — the first playoff miss Tucker had suffered since 2018 against the Chargers. © Provided by Touchdown Wire So, when Tucker misses one field goal in a game, it’s a big deal. When he misses two in a game, with both errant kicks doinking off the goalposts, it’s a REALLY big deal. But...
    NBA : 2021-01-16T22:32:11+00:002021-01-16T22:32:11+00:002021-01-16T22:43:16+00:00. Alex Molina Perello 16/Jan/21 22:32 Eurohoops.net Alex Molina Perello The Tenerife people have prevailed against Herbalife Gran Canaria after a great third quarter and break the streak of two consecutive defeats in Liga Endesa Por Eurohoops team / info@eurohoops.net Iberostar Tenerife today faced its island derby with Herbalife Gran Canaria with the aim of overcoming the small bump it was going through, with two consecutive defeats in the Endesa League. After a very even first half, those of Txus Vidorreta have broken the game with a great third quarter to end up punishing the locals harshly until the final 87-108. Sean Kilpatrick has been the absolute protagonist of the first half, scoring 20 of his 22 points in the first twenty minutes and waging a great shooters duel with...
    Dwarf giraffe, Nigel, pictured next to an adult male in March, 2018. Emma Wells, Giraffe Consideration Foundation Two dwarf giraffe have been discovered for the first time in Africa by scientists from the Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF). One giraffe was found in Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda in 2015 and the other on a private farm in central Namibia in 2018. The giraffe seen in Uganda has been named 'Gimli' after the Lord of the Rings character, while the Namibian giraffe is called 'Nigel.'  Compared to the expected height of 15-20ft, Gimli is only 9ft tall, while Nigel is even smaller at just 8ft tall. They have skeletal dysplasia, a condition that affects bone growth and often results in a shorter stature.  The findings were published in the British Medical Journal. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Two dwarf giraffe have been discovered for the first...
    Meghan Markle feels 'sick to her stomach' about her half-sister Samantha's upcoming bombshell memoir, sources have claimed. Samantha, 56, is set to release the book titled 'The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister Part 1' in the US next month, after announcing she was writing the memoir in 2016.  According to Barnes & Noble, which is set for release on February 1, the Duchess' sister promises the 330-page tome will expose 'hidden truths about her family, as a royal fairy tale plummets from the tea towels'.  Insiders told In Touch the Duchess of Sussex, 39, who is currently living in her $14 million Santa Barbara mansion with Prince Harry, 36, and one-year-old Archie, is upset about the book but 'won't act bothered in public.'   The Duchess of Sussex, 39,  feels 'sick to her stomach' about her half-sister Samantha's upcoming bombshell memoir, sources have claimed Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha (pictured)...
    . La Jornada newspaperWednesday, January 13, 2021, p. a10 London. With a goal from Frenchman Paul Pogba in the final leg of the game, Manchester United took a 1-0 win at Burnley to become the new leader of the Premier League. At minute 71, the French midfielder caught a volley from the edge of the area to achieve the only goal of the match, corresponding to the first day of the English championship and which was postponed at the time by United’s participation in the Europa League. We are happy to have achieved all three points, but the road is still long and we must be very focused until the end of the season, Pogba told Sky Sports television. It was neither a good nor an easy game for the team led by Norway’s Ole Gunnar Solksjaer against a club on an upward trajectory that has won 10...
    CD Projekt Red will release Cyberpunk 2077’s free next-gen console update in the second half of 2021, the studio announced today. “We’re aiming for the second half of the year and we’ll reveal more when we have more to share,” CD Projekt Red said in an update on the game’s status. That same post also includes a lengthy video apology from studio co-founder Marcin Iwiński. In the interim, the company will release Cyberpunk 2077’s first major patch within the next ten days. Patch #1, as the studio has taken to calling it, is the first of two updates that will address the game’s problems on last-gen consoles. Patch #2, which it’s saying is a larger and more significant update, will follow in February. “Our plans for supporting Cyberpunk 2077 in the long-term are unchanged, and we will continue to introduce updates and patches to give all players across all consoles...
    The average height of a giraffe is around 18 feet, but scientist stumbled upon two that are half the size. Conservation scientists discovered a Nubian giraffe in Uganda that is nine feet, four inches tall and then an Angolan giraffe that stood just eight and a half feet. Baffled by both observations, the researchers could only come to one conclusion – dwarfism. Also known as skeletal dysplasia, the condition results in abnormalities bone development and is characterized by a shortened and irregularly proportioned anatomy. The dwarfism is known among humans and captive animals due to inbreeding, but has rarely been observed among wild animals – and the recent finds are the first to be documented in giraffes. Although the disorder has lowered the survival rate among domestic animals, the giraffes are now mature adults and the dwarfism should not decrease their lifespan, according to scientists. Scroll down for video  ...
    California broke its record for COVID-19 deaths in a single day on Tuesday with 432 as overwhelmed hospitals prepare to ration care.  The Golden State is now seeing one coronavirus death every three minutes, with a total of 24,958 reported to date.   More than half of Tuesday's statewide death toll came from Los Angeles County, where 242 fatalities were reported, according to a tally by the LA Times, bringing the total to date to 9,806. The county, the nation's most populous with a quarter of California's 40 million residents, has seen hospitalizations grow by nearly 1,000 percent in the last two months to 7,181 as of Wednesday.  State officials extended strict stay-at-home orders indefinitely in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley on Tuesday as both regions reel from surges in hospitalizations and zero intensive care unit capacity. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Ghaly said the orders will...
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers For a little glimpse into how Saturday afternoon’s game went, Tampa Bay’s backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert played the entire second half, throwing a TD pass to Gronk 10 seconds into the third quarter to start his performance. You want to know who started the half with the ball? Yeah, the Lions. Detroit fumbled the ball on its first play of the drive, and Gabbert took it and immediately turned it into six points. That was after the Bucs had taken a 34-0 lead—in the first half. That tally was a franchise record for the most points scored in a half.  Yeah. Remember that awful performance the Bucs turned in against Saints at Raymond James eons ago? The Bucs seem to have finally started to figure some stuff out in their 47-7 walloping of the Lions today. Tampa Bay ended up gaining 588 yards of offense, breaking the...
    Tom Brady is picking apart the Lions defense Saturday afternoon as he sits on the brink of history. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers can clinch a playoff berth with a win over the Detroit Lions on Saturday. Through one half the game is a snoozer thanks to the dominance of Tom Brady. He threw four first-half touchdowns and with Matt Stafford out it seems impossible the Lions are capable of coming back from a 34-0 deficit. Barring the collapse of the year, the Bucs are in and Brady can make history next week. Four TD passes for @TomBrady in the first half! #GoBucs ????: #TBvsDET on @NFLNetwork????: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/gD1d3IPg1x pic.twitter.com/uzYej6vEAu — NFL (@NFL) December 26, 2020 Brady about to set a new recordThe legendary quarterback made his 298th career start Saturday, tying him with Brett Favre for the most in NFL history at any position. Taking...
    BYU’s Zach Wilson tore it up in the first half against UFC in some bowl season action. BYU and UFC are squaring off Tuesday night in the RoofClaim.com Boca Raton Bowl. Nothing brings college football fans a feeling of normalcy quite like a ridiculously named bowl game. BYU had a 10-1 campaign in 2020 and quarterback Zach Wilson proved why in the first half against UFC. He not only threw for three touchdowns, but ran for two more. Just your everyday five-touchdown half with well over 300 yards. BYU QB Zach Wilson in the first half vs. UCF: 17/21 passing for 353 total yards and 5 total TDs (3 passing, 2 rushing) Check out the ball placement on this throw pic.twitter.com/cImWQ7Ed62 — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) December 23, 2020 Wilson ends it early for BYUThis total domination from Wilson and the BYU offense put this game out of reach early. His...
    Clemson’s 24-3 halftime lead over undefeated Notre Dame in the ACC Championship game highlights how fraudulent the Fighting Irish have been in 2020 Notre Dame football has had quite the 2020 season but it’s looking like it won’t end the way they wanted. The No. 2 Fighting Irish came into Saturday’s ACC Championship Game looking to complete the perfect, 11-0 season and a bid into the four-team College Football Playoff. Dabo Swinney‘s Clemson Tigers, the No. 3 team in the nation, looked to avenge its lone loss, a 47-40 double-overtime defeat at Notre Dame last month with its starting quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, sidelined with COVID-19, among other Clemson starters who were out with injury. Eight of the 10 Notre Dame wins this season were over unranked opponents. Yes, the double-overtime win over Clemson on Nov. 7 stands out, but the only other ranked opponent the Fighting Irish saw this year...
    A historic deal. ESPN, through the most intelligent Adam Schifter ever, announced on Monday night that Patrick Mahomes will be signing with his rightful Kansas mayor for the longest time. The young quarterback is expected to start a ten-year deal with the winner of the last Super Bowl, all of which totals $ 503 million. Never seen. Not in the NFL or any other sport. NFL Govt in the NFL: The proliferation of cases takes anesthesia rates 12/05/2020 7:58 am Designed by Kansas City in 10th place in 2017, Mahomes quickly established himself as an essential leader of chiefs and one of the best quarterbacks in the country. He became the first player in history to win the MVP title and the Under-25 Super Bowl victory. Mahomes was about to enter the final season of his rookie contract, but his managers had already decided to use this option in his...
    Health care workers were the first nationwide to receive the COVID-19 vaccine this week, but a doctor at Houston Memorial Medical Center said Wednesday that half of his unit's nurses don't want it, calling it a "political toy."  "Yesterday I had a - not a fight - but I had a friendly argument with more than 50 percent of my nurses, in my unit, telling me that they would not get the vaccine," Dr. Joseph Varon told NPR's Steve Inskeep Wednesday.  "Of course I pushed the concept that people should get vaccinated, and I asked, ‘why not?’ And, you know, at the end of the day, like I have said before, coronavirus has become a political toy, and most of the reasons why most of my people don't want to get the vaccine are politically motivated." PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINES UNDER CLOSE WATCH AMID SNOWY WEATHER, AZAR SAYS Varon said that he and his staff will have...
    A.S., who won 5-1 in Serie A on Sunday. Roma have blasted a pathetic Bologna team with the last five first-half goals. Two goals were not allowed for each team, and Roma finished fifth with 21 points, one point ahead of Juventus, who came out of Genoa on Sunday. Bologna midfielder Andrea opened the flood when Leonardo Spinasola converted a pass into his own net five minutes later. Five minutes later Edin Diego ran through the ball of Lorenzo Pellegrini to add a second for Roma. Bologna’s second-choice goalkeeper Federico Rawaglia made his Serie A debut, having to take the ball back from the net 15 minutes after Pellegrini scored from Spinasola’s geometric pass. Pellegrini then did not allow a goal for the offside, and Bologna pulled one back in the 24th minute – although it was scored by a Roma player, Brian converted a cross from Musa Barrow into...
    What is all the fuss about in Madrid? Once again Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid started the Champions League group stage slowly and eventually came through, with Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid taking their place in the knockout stage, with both Spanish capital powers avoiding a humiliating fate. Real Madrid, who entered on Wednesday, with the ability to finish anywhere from first to last in their group, above all, beat Borussia Monchengladbach 2-0, Atletico took its place behind Bayern Munich 2-0 in Salzburg. A slow start may be a habit, but it’s as close as Real Madrid have failed to progress beyond the group stage since 1997. It has only played better on the reefs, and at times bad football has taken place: the first half was against Shakhtar Donets at home, the second half against Shakhtar, a large part of the middle of the home game was between Inter...
    Kibiwott Kandie. Getty/David Ramos Kenya's Kibiwott Kandie has smashed the world record for the half marathon in a stunning victory in Valencia.  The 24-year-old completed the 13.1 miles in 57 minutes 32 seconds, shaving 29 seconds off the previous record set by compatriot Geoffrey Kamworor last year. Kandie won $42,000 for winning the race and scored a $121,000 bonus for becoming the first athlete to ever break the 58-minute barrier. "I'm glad to make Kenya very happy," he said after.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kenya's Kibiwott Kandie has smashed the world record for the half marathon in a stunning victory in Valencia.  Kandie completed the 13.1 miles in 57 minutes 32 seconds to become the first person ever to run the distance in under 58 minutes, shaving 29 seconds off the previous record set by compatriot Geoffrey Kamworor last year. Uganda's Jacob Kiplimo trailed Kandie in second by...
    Texas high school suspends student for painted fingernails: Ive been trapped in closed minded peoples minds It was not a mistake: Nancy Pelosi defends her rejection of the Trump administrations $1.8 trillion stimulus offer after throwing support behind a relief package half its size CDC advisor says kids could get Covid vaccine in the second half of 2021 Children and young teens could get a Covid-19 vaccine in the second half of next year, a CDC advisor said Friday. Dr. Jose Romero, the chair of the CDC's Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices, said he hopes to see trials testing Covid-19 vaccines in young children beginning in the second quarter of 2021. "We need to see how the studies progress," he said. "We need to see that data in order to make sure that it is safe and effective in children." © Provided by CNBC A nurse administers...
    ARSENAL thrashed woeful Rapid Vienna 4-1 in Europa League Group B as they welcomed 2,000 fans back to the Emirates. Alexandre Lacazette captained the side on the night and was outstanding in the No 10 role with Reiss Nelson equally impressive. 7Alexandre Lacazette just pipped Reiss Nelson to the man of the match awardCredit: Getty Images - Getty 7Shkodran Mustafi was far from bad but he was booked and missed a big chance in the first-halfCredit: AFP or licensors Lacazette put the North Londoners ahead after just ten minutes. Pablo Mari doubled their lead just eight minutes later in his first game back after his six-month ankle injury lay off. And Eddie Nketiah nodded home a third to send Arsenal in at half-time with the game as good as won. Koya Kitagawa lashed home a consolation on 47 minutes before Emile Smith-Rowe came off the bench and tapped one in...
    Campbell and Navarro Lyon’s figures (video: TUDN) It started this Wednesday Road to the title Of the last four survivors Liga M.X.. In the first round of the semifinals, Trigger Sivas Retrieved at Akron Stadium To the mighty lion Y The first quarter ended in a 1-1 draw in the semifinals From League. Of course Those who made it to the semifinals were the emotionally best RojiblancosNot only that but they proved to be a team fighting for the Champions Trophy. Dapatos won both matches United States, His fierce rival. Now they faced the emeralds, Excellent defense at regular tournament leaders and championships. Although they suffered against the poorly qualified Puebla of the entire Fiesta Grande (12th), they came to Guadalajara to settle the remaining doubts in the quarterfinals. The first half was particularly competitive in midfield and with some approaches to areas (Photo: Twitter / h Sivas)However, all speculation...
    In Covid-19 regulations case, Sotomayor dissent claps back at Supreme Court majority Former Mississippi police officer charged for running down model ex-girlfriend Five games in Week 13 with the biggest impact on the College Football Playoff Thanksgiving weekend ordinarily presents a bountiful feast of tasty college football clashes as the fall season winds down. There aren’t quite as many in this unusual season with some traditional matchups rescheduled, but there are still a number of games on the slate that could affect the national championship picture. Ohio State holds off Indiana to stay towards the top of the Amway Coaches Poll USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Local football teams reflect on Thanksgiving before state semifinals KOAA Colorado Springs, CO Police: 2 People Shot After Argument At Community Football Game In Severn Thanksgiving Day CBS Baltimore...
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    CHELSEA have been dealt an injury blow after Ben Chilwell limped off with a back injury in England's loss to Belgium. Chilwell was replaced by Bukayo Saka after 38 minutes of the Nations League clash with a suspected back injury. 1Chilwell was forced off against Belgium with a suspected back injury The former Leicester full-back missed the start of Chelsea's season with a foot injury but has been a mainstay in Frank Lampard's first XI since his return to fitness. Injury and self-isolation kept him out of England's previous Nations League fixtures. The match against Belgium was Chilwell's first cap in almost a year. The injury is another setback for Chilwell after a promising start to his Blues career. Chilwell has played a key part in a Chelsea backline which kept five clean sheets in a row before their 4-1 win over Sheffield United before the international break. The 23-year-old...
    Dubai, Nov 12 . .- Emirates airline announced this Thursday that during the first half of the 2020-2021 fiscal year the company recorded a net loss of 3.4 billion dollars (2,883.9 million euros), the first fall of results in more than 30 years. In a statement, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) airline announced that these net losses represent a considerable drop compared to the profits of 235 million dollars (199.4 million euros) obtained in the same period of the previous year. Likewise, the note points out that the company’s income, which has been sustained mainly thanks to the cargo business, fell by 75% to about 3,200 million dollars (2,715.1 million euros). “We started our current fiscal year amid a global lockdown, when air passenger traffic was literally at a standstill. In this unprecedented situation for the aviation and travel industry, the Emirates Group posted a semi-annual...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Teams in the NFL are often defined by the “next man up” philosophy, but the Denver Broncos couldn’t overcome the loss of their top two cornerbacks in the 34-27 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. AJ Bouye was out with a concussion and Bryce Callahan missed the game with an ankle injury. In their place was third-year cornerback Davontae Harris, rookie Michael Ojmeudia and rookie Essang Bassey was used as the “nickel” or third cornerback. ATLANTA, GEORGIA – NOVEMBER 08: Davontae Harris #27 of the Denver Broncos is called for pass interference against Julio Jones #11 of the Atlanta Falcons during the first half at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on November 08, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) The Falcons took advantage of the Broncos young corners scoring on all four of their possessions in the first half. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan completed 18...
    ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI bagged his 11th league goal of the season as Bayern came from behind to edge their rivals in a five-goal thriller. The Pole's brilliantly clinical finish in the second half helped ensure the visitors moved to the top of the Bundesliga in an end-to-end contest. 1Bayern Munich celebrate Lewandowski's strikeCredit: Getty - Pool It was the hosts who struck first on 40 minutes when Marco Reus fired home from six-yards. Jadon Sancho, hugging the touchline, laid it into the path of the onrushing Rafael Guerriero who made his way into the box. His low cross found Reus who emphatically struck it first time into the roof of the net. Just as Dortmund were heading into half-time with a slender advantage, David Alaba punished them with a sucker-punch in the third minute of added time. His brilliant free-kick from the edge of the D nestled into the...
    Four plays that shaped the New York Jets’ Sunday fate in Kansas City By: Geoff Magliocchetti November 1, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditAnother loss awaited the New York Jets in Kansas City, but they put out a respectable effort against the defending champs. Only in modern New York football could a 21-9 deficit at halftime spell progress. But even that rare display of gridiron understanding from the New York Jets fell by the wayside in yet another brutal defeat. Patrick Mahomes earned 416 and five touchdowns, two of which went to Tyreek Hill, and the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs rolled to a 35-9 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium. The Jets (0-8) wound up scoring on each of their first three possessions (albeit only through Sergio Castillo field goals) but were unable to keep the momentum rolling...
    ADELE showed off her stunning weight loss during her first time taking the hosting stage of Saturday Night Live.  The 32-year-old music superstar used the mic for comedy instead of music during the legendary sketch series tonight where she joked about looking a “little different.” 1Adele looked gorgeous showing off her recent weight loss on SNL tonight Credit: NBC The gorgeous British singer quipped that she “only brought half of her” from her hometown of London to NYC - where SNL films.  Most read in Celebrity'GUT WRENCHED'Kanye West says it 'tears' him up that he considered aborting daughter NorthHOUSE OF HORRORSEllen DeGeneres selling Montecito mansion for $40M after July 4 robberyMEET EMMA'S MANEmma Watson's boyfriend of 6 months revealed as LA businessman Leo RobintonHUMBLE HOUSEWIFE Inside RHOC's Gina's modest $659K OC house with two bedrooms for SIX kidsHE'S BACKArnold Schwarzenegger, 73, reveals he's had heart op as kids send their...
    EAST GARFIELD PARK — Newly released records show that less than 2 percent of people arrested in the first half of 2020 received access to an attorney while in Chicago Police custody, according to a legal watchdog group. Watchdog groups had been pressuring police to turn over the records since June to no avail. The police department finally released the data just days after First Defense Legal Aid filed a legal complaint asking a judge to force the department to make the records public. The data shows that years of slow improvements in enforcing the constitutional right to an attorney have come to a grinding halt, in spite of the Consent Decree and other reforms to the Chicago Police Department. “It is my opinion that these reform efforts are disingenuous and a way to quell pressure and dissent,” said Damon William of the #LetUsBreathe Collective. “The fact that there’s...
    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is self-admittingly making rookie mistakes and he knows that the consequences of continued errors will see him sidelined for the rest of the season unless he can drastically improve his game.  Cousins handed the Atlanta Falcons its first win of the season after throwing three interceptions in the first half of the game. He managed three touchdowns in the second half but it wasn’t enough and the Falcons improved their record to 1-5 with a 40-23 win over the Vikings. DOLPHINS TO NAME TUA TAGOVAILOA AS STARTING QUARTERBACK: REPORT Off to a 1-5 start, Cousins is feeling the heat and the possibility of being pulled from the starting job is very real for him.  "The reality is if the pace I'm on in terms of the interceptions, if that were to continue, I won't finish the season," Cousins said. "... you got to improve. Whether...
    Georgia, on Cusp of COVID Surge, Grapples With Long Voting Lines, Delays Where to find good, cheap pasta in every state Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence just threw for 391 yards and 5 touchdowns…in the first half If you were still somehow on the fence about the ability of Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence (which would be pretty weird at this point, to be honest), the first half of Saturday’s game between the Clemson Tigers and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets should have sealed the deal. © Provided by The Comeback Lawrence went into the locker room with 391 passing yards and five touchdowns as the No. 1 Tigers cruised to a 52-7 halftime lead over their ACC rival. And honestly, it didn’t even really look that close… This doesn't need a caption. pic.twitter.com/0JEqJHxgFS — Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) October 17, 2020 And it’s not just that Lawrence’s numbers are gaudy but the way that...
    Drew Brees had a rough first half on Monday night against the Los Angeles Chargers, and social media let him know about it The New Orleans Saints entered the Week 5 edition of Monday Night Football, with many expecting Drew Brees to put on a show, like he does on an annual basis. Yet, it was Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert who has caught the positive attention for his tremendous first half against the Saints. However, Brees caught some negative social media interactions.
    At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, some experts expected sky-high home prices in Denver to finally fall. But so far, such predictions have resolutely failed to come true. In August, the average home price in the Mile High City blew past $600,000 for the first time. While that mark wasn't quite eclipsed in September, the situation definitely hasn't improved. According to the latest market trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors, house hunters are facing "the toughest market to buy a home in metro Denver's history." The reason, once again, is demand that is far outstripping supply. DMAR notes that the 5,301 active listings at the end of last month represented the lowest inventory for any September on record by 2,215 properties. Related Stories Why You Can't Find a Home You Can Afford in Denver Right Now Why Average Denver Home Price Just Blew Past $600,000...
    Chris Wallace has cast blame for the disastrous first presidential debate on President Trump, noting he 'bears the primary responsibility for what happened.' Wallace, the Fox News anchor who moderated Tuesday's debate, has broken ranks with many of his Republican cohorts in his new criticism of the Commander-in-Chief.      Wallace admitted that he initially thought Trump interrupting Democratic nominee Joe Biden would inspire a 'real debate,' but instead the 94-minute event turned into a contentious clash in Cleveland, Ohio. 'My initial reaction was, "This is great" because so often these debates become parallel news conferences where one candidate answers the question to him, the other candidate answers the question to him,' Wallace told his colleague, Bill Hemmer, in a Thursday Fox News interview. 'So when the president started engaging with Biden, I thought we were gonna have a real debate here.'  Chris Wallace (right), told Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer (left), that President...
    Last March, a person with mild COVID-19 symptoms went to a two-and-a-half-hour long chorale practice in Skagit Valley, Washington. In the weeks that followed, more than fifty people — nearly everyone who attended that rehearsal — contracted the disease and two people died. Shelly Miller, a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, led a recent study of that rehearsal, one of the nation’s first super-spreader events. The study states that singing indoors and unmasked can swiftly spread COVID-19 via microscopic airborne particles known as aerosols. In the study, she explains that although members of the chorale took precautions, like using hand sanitizer, avoiding touching each other or surfaces, and propping doors open, they didn’t wear masks. Members of the chorale were interviewed as part of the study, and researchers concluded that there simply were not enough opportunities for droplets and infected surfaces, known as fomites,...
    The first half of 2020 saw 29 retailers file for bankruptcy as the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the already bleak outlook for brick-and-mortar stores whose customers shifted to online shopping. From January to June, 18 retailers, including once-popular brand names like Neiman Marcus, J.C. Penney, Pier 11, and GNC, filed for chapter 11, according to the financial advisory firm BDO USA. In the six-week period beginning in July and stretching through mid-August, 11 more retailers filed for bankruptcy. Among the notable companies that went belly-up over the summer are Lord & Taylor and its subsidiary, Le Tote; Tailored Brands, which is the parent company of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank; and Ann Taylor’s corporate parent Ascena Retail Group. The first half of 2020 saw a record high 29 retailers file for bankruptcy as the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the already bleak outlook for brick-and-mortar stores whose customers shifted to online...
    The transparency report also broke down the geographical origins of these removals. India came out on top, which partly explains why the government banned the app earlier this year. The US ranked second, followed by Pakistan, Brazil and the UK. In its report, TikTok said that 96.4 percent of takedowns occurred before a user had reported the video, and 90.3 percent happened before anyone had watched it. The document stops short of explaining how many were spotted and judged by a human or algorithmic moderator. TikTok did say, however, that it had been relying “more heavily on technology to detect and automatically remove violating content in markets such as India, Brazil, and Pakistan.” As TechCrunch reports, legal requests also rose during the first six months of 2020. TikTok received 1,768 requests for user information from 42 regions, which included 290 from US law enforcement agencies. Alongside the transparency report, TikTok...
    Canterbury beat South Sydney 26-16 in the final in Sydney after a spectacular refereeing error threatened to derail the match.Key points: South Sydney winger Jackson Palo was given a try despite having right foot contact before landing the ball This loss can be seen slipping to seventh on the ladder at the end of the Rapidos round This victory has given the Bulldogs hope that the wooden spoon will be avoided Before landing the ball at Sydney’s Olympic Stadium, Jackson’s right foot touched the goal, but two weeks after the final, after the Ripitos were given a first – half attempt, the referees’ attention was drawn. Fortunately the call to Klein did not miss the Bulldogs’ third win of the season. On the advice of Dutch judge Phil Henderson, Klein delivered Paulo’s try in the 33rd minute, but missed the point when he was in the right position. The...
    PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The new normal of virtual learning has unexpectedly included obscenities and even pornography for some students in New Jersey. Nearly half of Paterson‘s schools have spotted intruders in their virtual classrooms. Paterson’s school district took months to prepare for remote-only learning, and just days into the new year, there were problems. “There was some cursing that went on, some verbal threats and some pornography,” Paterson Public Schools Superintendent Eileen Shafer said. Shafer says kids were sharing links to their Google classrooms with students who didn’t belong in those classes. COMPLETE COVERAGE: Schools: The New Normal Chris Lewis is the head of technology in the district. “As of right now, working with Google to get their moderator controls to prevent students that are not in the classroom would be the first thing that we need to do with Google,” Lewis said. Not only is the school...
    Messis departure jeopardizes Barcelona’s restructuring plan Peach & Lilys New Glass Skin Face Mist Gave Me Glowing Skin All Day Klarna, Europes $5.5 billion fintech, sees losses rise sevenfold in the first half Klarna racked up a net loss of 522 million Swedish krona ($59.8 million) between January and June, a sevenfold increase from the same period a year ago. Total net operating income came in at 4.6 billion krona, which represented a rise of 37% from the first half of 2019. Klarna is mostly known for its "buy now, pay later" scheme that offers shoppers interest-free financing over a period of installments. © Provided by CNBC Klarna CEO Sebastian Siemiatkowski attends the launch of the online payment start-up's pop-up store in London. Swedish online payments firm Klarna reported a ballooning net loss in the first half of 2020, as the company invested in an international expansion drive and...
    Luka Doncic calls historic 42-point playoff debut terrible after Game 1 loss to Clippers Designer Deluged With Orders for Michelle Obama’s ‘VOTE’ Necklace Indias gold market plunged in the first half. Heres how the second half looks Recovery in India's gold demand remains uncertain in the second half of the year, the World Gold Council told CNBC.  India is one of the world's largest markets for gold. The precious metal plays an important role in India's culture — it is considered auspicious to buy gold during festive occasions. Indian jewelry demand fell 74% on-year in the three months that ended in June. © Provided by CNBC A woman tries a gold earring at a jewellery showroom in Mumbai, India on October 28, 2016. Recovery in India gold market remains uncertain in the second half of the year, dampened by factors including record high prices for the metal,...
    A woman tries a gold earring at a jewellery showroom in Mumbai, India on October 28, 2016.Danish Siddiqui | Reuters Recovery in India's gold market remains uncertain in the second half of the year, dampened by factors including record high prices for the metal, the World Gold Council told CNBC.  India is one of the largest markets for gold. The precious metal plays an important role in India's culture — it's considered auspicious to buy gold during festive occasions or to give it as a gift at weddings. It is also seen as a symbol of affluence and a safe investment.  Demand for gold typically increases in the second half of the year, when important festivals are held including Diwali and Dhanteras, as well as the wedding season, said Somasundaram PR, managing director for India operations at the World Gold Council.  "It is difficult to say how things will...
    Football : Altice, the group that owns the RMC Sport channels, and TF1 have reached an agreement to co-broadcast for the second semi-final of the Champions League scheduled for Wednesday evening between OL and Bayern. L’Equipe reported this Monday evening that the first channel will thus broadcast in clear the second half of C1 in the history of Les Gones, after that of 2010 lost to the same Munich ogre. A first sub-license agreement between Altice and TF1 had been concluded for a co-broadcast of the final on Sunday 23 August. In both cases, the tandem Grégoire Margotton-Bixente Lizarazu will officiate at the comments. The deal does not concern the first semi-final between RB Leipzig and the PSG, this Tuesday evening. Read also:A tweet from sports betting “to vomit”Neymar-Mbappé, “An exceptional mix”Mbappé holder? Tuchel is not sure Previous Next 1/9 OL did it! Like PSG, OL will...
    Paris, Jul 30 (EFE) .- Renault suffered a loss of 7,292 million euros in the first half, the largest by far in its history, due to the negative contribution of its partner Nissan, but also the strong impact of the crisis of the coronavirus in its activity and of the difficulties that it was previously carrying. Nissan’s losses translated into negative 4,796 million euros in Renault’s income statement, the French automobile manufacturer said in a statement Thursday, estimating the negative impact of COVID-19 on its own business at about 1,800 million euros on the operating margin. Thus, a negative operating margin of 1,203 million euros was fitted in, which represents 6.5% of turnover. Renault scored 804 million euros of charges resulting from depreciation of assets (455 million), mainly because it has revised the expectations of certain vehicles, restructuring expenses (166 million), particularly due to the cuts in staff in France,...
    Bogotá, Jul 29 (EFE) .- Oil production in Colombia in the first half of this year was 8.8% lower than in the same period of 2019, the Ministry of Mines and Energy reported on Wednesday. According to a statement from the Mines portfolio, crude production in the first half of 2020 “reached 812,927 barrels a day, which shows a decrease of 8.8% compared to the same period in 2019, when there was a production of 892,338 barrels per day “. The information details that the oil production in June of this year was 729,905 barrels a day (bpd), a decrease of 0.30% compared to the data registered last May, which was 732,120. Likewise, with respect to the production of June 2019, which was 892,188 bpd, there was a reduction of 18.1%. The Ministry of Mines explained that the decrease in oil production in June occurred in fields located in the...
    Jul 28 (.) – Spanish stainless steel maker Acerinox announced a net profit of 2.2 million euros on Wednesday, 87% less than a year ago, in a context of falling prices and less activity stemming from the coronavirus crisis. “The effects of the pandemic were significant during the second quarter, prompting a 26% decrease in mill production compared to the first quarter,” Acerinox said in a statement. However, the reduction in gross operating profit (EBITDA) was only 4%, up to 179 million (in adjusted terms), thanks, according to the company, to the reduction in costs and the integration of its new division of high-performance alloys ( VDM Metals). The group said in a statement sent to the CNMV that the liquidity situation of the group is optimal to face the current scenario but that they can “only pretend to give a short-term view due to the complexity of the economic...
    Jul 28 (.) – The energy network group Red Eléctrica announced on Wednesday a decrease of 8.4% in the first half net profit, to 332 million euros, due to the increase in amortizations after the incorporation of Hispasat and a greater financial burden as a consequence of the increase in debt. In a statement sent to the stock regulator on Wednesday along with the presentation of results, the group said that the effects of the covid-19 pandemic at the operational level have been minimized, although some items, such as those related to the construction of new infrastructure in Spain and Latin America, they had suffered temporary delays due to the total or partial paralysis of the imposed economic activities. The company said it expects initially planned investment levels to partially recover in the last months of the year. In this context, the energy company reduced gross operating profit to 766...
    Rio de Janeiro, Jul 22 (EFE) .- The oil company Petrobras, the largest company in Brazil, produced in the first half of 2020 a daily average of 2.85 million barrels of oil and gas equivalent, 10.4% more than that registered in the same period of 2019, despite the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The results are an effect of the “optimal” performance obtained by the company in the second quarter of the year, when the state company produced a daily average of 2.80 million barrels of oil and gas equivalent, 6.4% more than in the same period last year. However, in the comparison with the first quarter of the year, Petrobras’ production fell 3.7%, according to the most recent report on its operating performance, released by the state oil company on Tuesday night. This decline had its worst moment in April and was directly affected by the impacts of...
    Sao Paulo, Jul 21 (EFE) .- The Brazilian company Neoenergía, a subsidiary of the Spanish group Iberdrola, reported on Tuesday that it obtained in the first half of the year a net profit of 999 million reais (193.2 million dollars), a 1% less than the same period of the previous year. The net profit of the company in the second quarter of the year, meanwhile, was 423 million reais (about 81.8 million dollars), which represents a drop of 18% compared to the same months of 2019, coinciding with the coronavirus crisis, which in Brazil has worsened since the end of March. According to the financial balance disclosed this Tuesday by Neoenergía, the gross operating result (Ebitda) in the first six months of the year was 2,631 million reais (about 509 million dollars), with a reduction of 3% compared to the first six months of 2019, impacted by the effects of...
    New York, Jul 20 (EFE) .- The technology company IBM announced on Monday that it obtained benefits of 2,536 million dollars in the first half of the year, 38% less than in the same period of 2019, impacted by the pandemic of the COVID-19 in its most important business areas. The company based in Armonk (New York) reduced its turnover by 4% between January and June, to 35,694 million, according to a statement in which it reported its current and accumulated results. As for the data for the second quarter, the most followed by Wall Street analysts, IBM had earnings of $ 1,361 million, 45% less compared to the same tranche of the previous year. Sales between April and June fell 5% year-on-year to 18,123 million, in the second consecutive quarter with a decrease in income due to the impact of the pandemic. Still, that number was above what experts...
    CHELSEA kept their Champions League dreams alive with an uninspiring 1-0 win against already-relegated Norwich. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the game in first-half injury-time with a stooping header that beat Tim Krul. 5Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the game that saw Chelsea sneak itCredit: Reuters Frank Lampard made five changes to the starting line-up from the shocking 3-0 loss to Sheffield United. And while three points were secured, there is still many areas of improvement needed. Here, Simon Phillips rates how the Chelsea lads fared at Stamford Bridge. Kepa Arrizabalaga – 6 He hardly touched the ball and didn’t have a save to make in the whole match that’s how defensive Norwich were. Cesar Azpilicueta – 5 This was another fairly standard performance from the captain, although he was trying to be a bit more vocal. Always struggles to bring much to the table...
    Four more states added to New York governors quarantine order, Cuomo says Amazons new grocery store will have a smart shopping cart that lets you skip the checkout line Boeing 737 Max cancellations climb again in dismal first half of the year Boeing has had a dismal first half of the year as customers canceled orders of the 737 Max. Coronavirus has further dimmed hopes for a recovery in sales. Regulators still haven't approved the planes to fly again after two fatal crashes. © Provided by CNBC A Boeing 737 MAX 8 airliner takes off from Renton Municipal Airport near the company's factory, on March 22, 2019 in Renton, Washington. Boeing on Tuesday said customers canceled another 60 of the company's beleaguered 737 Max planes in June, capping a bleak first half to the air for the manufacturer. Load Error That tipped Boeing's net cancellations to 323...
    We have talked about our fave Hindi films out of the limited choices in the first half of 2020. We have talked about our fave performances by an actor or an actress in the same period, which we felt were stupendous. Now we will talk about 13 performers who may not be the lead in those films, but they completely stole the show from the leads, with their amazing performances. Half Yearly Roundup: From Amitabh Bachchan in Gulabo Sitabo to Manoj Bajpayee in Bhonsle, 10 Best Performances by a Bollywood Actor in First Half of 2020. The pandemic and the subsequent bringing of lockdown to control it may have brought theatres to standstill, but the OTT players used this as a moment to shine. And with that, indie movies and genuine talent also got their moments to shine. Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise brought audience attention back to the topic of...
    Beijing, Jul 14 (EFE) .- China’s foreign trade fell 3.2% year-on-year during the first half of 2020, according to data published today by the General Administration of Customs, reaching 14.24 trillion yuan ( about 2.03 trillion dollars, 1.79 trillion euros). The official source indicated that in those six months exports fell by 3% while imports did so by 3.3%. Foreign sales stood at 7.71 trillion yuan ($ 1.10 trillion or 971,146 million euros) during that period, and purchases at 6.53 trillion yuan (932,611 million yuan, 822,402 million yuan). euros). Thus, the trade surplus was 1.18 trillion yuan ($ 168,472 million or € 148,566 million). Exchanges with the United States, the country with which it has been waging a trade war since March 2018, fell by 6.6% during the first half, with a 8.1% drop in exports to the North American country and a drop of imports of 1.5%. In the...
    Madrid, Jul 11 ​​(EFE) .- The payment of dividends and other remuneration of listed Spanish companies to their shareholders has decreased by 68.93% in the first half of the year compared to the same period of the previous year, according to data from Bolsas y Spanish Markets (BME). If between January and June of last year, both months included, the companies traded on the national stock market had disbursed 19,144.51 million euros, in the first six months of this year they have paid only 5,948.02 million. According to experts consulted, the reason for this decrease is mainly due to the decision of many companies to suspend the payment of this capital remuneration due to the consequences that the stoppage of activity has had on their business due to the measures adopted to stop the expansion of the coronavirus pandemic. Specifically, in the first half of this year, the amounts allocated...
    Deforestation in the Amazon reached a record with an acceleration of 25% in the first half compared to the same period of 2019, announced on Friday the National Institute for Space Research (INPE). Deforestation has affected 3,069 km2, the highest figure since the compilation of these data, according to the INPE. The month of June, which marks the start of the dry season and the fires, also hit a record with 1,034 km2 deforested, an increase of nearly 11%. Brazil is the target of constant criticism from many countries and environmentalists for the deforestation and large-scale fires that ravage the world’s largest rainforest during the dry season each year. Brazil’s vice president Hamilton Mourao said Thursday that representatives of international investment funds had conditioned their participation in environmental projects to “results” in the fight against deforestation. “It is not true that the forest is destroyed to produce food,” said...
    Umpires union steps back from Wests opinion on COVID-19 This Cocktail Goddess Is Full of Black Girl Magic New $89 Air Cooler Is Flying Off Shelves In The US Ad Microsoft 23 Cool Products That Could Sell Out In 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © (JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images) Check out these rising share prices on top of dividend income. The S&P 500 index of large U.S. stocks finished the first half of the year with a modest loss of around 3%. This number doesn't account for dividends from the constituent stocks offered to shareholders, of course, but the typical stock yields only slightly more than 1.9% at present. And worse, some heavyweight components like Amazon.com (ticker:...
    A benchmark commodities index lost about 20% in the first half of 2020, with the energy sector leading the decline as the coronavirus pandemic ravaged demand for petroleum. Uranium, though, stands out as a resilient performer that’s likely to continue to do well in the second half of the year. “Commodities were hit by a perfect storm related to the Covid-19 outbreak,” says Jeroen Blokland, multiasset portfolio manager at Robeco. “The economic sudden stop meant global commodity demand plummeted while supply has no time to adjust,” and commodities are “exactly defined by these two factors.” The Bloomberg Commodity Index BCOM, -0.13%, which tracks 23 commodities, was down by roughly 20% year to date to June 30. Among its components, ultralow sulfur diesel (ULSD) HOQ20, +1.09% lost 42% so far this year. Brent oil BRNU20, +1.23% has lost around 38%, and West Texas Intermediate crude CLQ20, +0.84% was down...
    VIDEO3:3003:30ETF analysts lay out their best bets for the second half of 2020ETF Edge The second half of the year could be pivotal for the exchange-traded fund space. Over $200 billion flowed into ETFs in the first half of 2020 despite stocks' plunge into a bear market and the frequent volatility spikes, according to CFRA Research. That's enough to put the industry on track for a banner year, Todd Rosenbluth, senior director of ETF and mutual fund research at CFRA, told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "If people who found ETFs during the market volatility continue to embrace them, retail and institutional investors, we think we're going to challenge the record year of a couple years ago," he said, referring to 2018's $476 billion haul. Last year was the second-best on record for ETF inflows, with a grand total of $326 billion. This year, "investors rotated towards fixed-income ETFs …...
    State and feds announce new way to combat green slime still flowing in Madison Heights Pizza Huts largest U.S. franchisee files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy ETF inflows could hit a record in 2020, analyst says as the years volatile first half ends The second half of the year could be pivotal for the exchange-traded fund space. Load Error Over $200 billion flowed into ETFs in the first half of 2020 despite stocks' plunge into a bear market and the frequent volatility spikes, according to CFRA Research. That's enough to put the industry on track for a banner year, Todd Rosenbluth, senior director of ETF and mutual fund research at CFRA, told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "If people who found ETFs during the market volatility continue to embrace them, retail and institutional investors, we think we're going to challenge the record year of a couple years ago," he...
    Employees and visitors wearing protective masks walk past an electronic stock board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange in Shanghai, China, on Monday, March 2, 2020.Qilai Shen | Bloomberg via Getty Images Only one major index in Asia Pacific ended the first half of 2020 in positive territory. China's CSI 300, which tracks the largest stocks listed on the mainland, has gained 1.64% in the past six months. The rest of the major markets in the region painted a bleak picture of continued pain inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic. That's despite many countries in Asia Pacific garnering international praise for their efforts in curbing the virus' spread. In New Zealand, a country that has arguably had the greatest success in containing the coronavirus outbreak domestically, the NZX 50 index still sat approximately 0.4% lower so far this year. Taiwan's economy has been hailed as having held up "extremely well," but the Taiex has still fallen...
    What a weird year 2020 has turned out to be! Since March, theatres have been out of business thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped the entertainment business, as the tragedy did provide a silver lining to the OTT players and independent cinema to shine. While the first quarter of the year were dominated by biggies like Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior – the biggest year of the year, which most likely isn’t going to change, going by the situation we are in right now. From Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb, Alia Bhatt’s Sadak 2 to Ajay Devgn’s Bhuj: The Pride of India, 7 Big Bollywood Films Confirm OTT Release on Disney+ Hotstar. But OTT players like Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Zee5 have given movies that been delayed for long or indie flicks a platform to release, which gave them more exposure to the viewers stuck at home during lockdown....
    MANCHESTER UNITED will play Chelsea in a re-run of the 2018 FA Cup final in next month's semi-finals. Sunday's draw placed Arsenal against the winners of Newcastle and Manchester City's evening kick-off. 1 The FA Cup trophy will be decided in front of an empty WembleyCredit: PA:Press Association Following social distancing protocols, Alan Shearer made the draw singlehandedly at half-time of Newcastle's game against City. Manchester United were the first to book their place in the semi-finals but had to rely on extra-time to bypass ten-man Norwich. Harry Maguire struck in the 117th minute at Carrow Road as they seek a first FA Cup win in four years. Arsenal had Dani Ceballos to thank after he scored late at Bramall Lane on Sunday afternoon. The early kick-off was settled by the Spaniard after David McGoldrick cancelled out Nicolas Pepe's penalty. Frank Lampard was far from pleased with his Chelsea side's...
    The first half of a very convulsed 2020 lashed by the great global pandemic produced by the Covid-19 ends. The Ibex 35 accumulates falls, since the beginning of the year, close to 25%. The Spanish selective is one of the indices of the old continent that offers the worst technical prospects and is that if it ends up abandoning the 7,000 points we do not rule out ending up seeing a return to the annual lows that it would draw in the month of March. Any recovery of the Spanish index goes through the overcoming of the resistance of 7,663 points, maximums of the bearish gap that was left on the 11th of this month of July, which is ending. Within the Ibex 35 there are stocks that have undergone an impressive evolution in this first half of the year. An example is Cellnex that accumulates earnings close to 40%...
    A New York City father-of-two learned that his back pain and loss of movement was actually from a genetic heart condition and not nerve problems. Rick Weber, 52, was an active cyclist for years but, in 2016, he began feeling pain in his back and legs. Doctors repeatedly misdiagnosed him and attributed his condition to back problems and neurological issues. The pain got so bad that Weber went from using a cane to eventually being confined to a wheelchair. Finally, three years after his pain first began, doctors noticed a build-up of an abnormal protein in his nerves and, specifically, his heart. It turns out that Weber was actually suffering from a condition known as cardiac amyloidosis ('stiff heart syndrome'), which occurs when these abnormal protein deposits replace normal heart muscle. The organ becomes stiff and is unable to pump blood properly, which is the early stages of heart failure....
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