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    More On: marijuana legalization Weed in the Garden State: Gov. Murphy officially legalizes marijuana in NJ Pot stocks soar on renewed hopes of legalization Cannabis dispensaries linked to nearly 30% drop in opioid deaths: study Puff, puff, jab: How to get a free bag of marijuana with the COVID vaccine Recreational weed is finally legal in New Jersey after years of failed legislative attempts. While the historic law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy Monday allows for the possession of up to six ounces of marijuana, it will take time for Garden State residents 21 and older to be able to legally purchase weed. Here’s a look into the state’s rollout of the law. When and where can I buy weed? Give it some time. The state still has to set up a marketplace and regulations for the new industry, which Murphy said could take months. Experts have told NJ.com...
    New York Rangers have no timeline for when Kaapo Kakko will return to team By: Frank Curto February 23, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditNew York Rangers F Kaapo Kakko was still on the NHL’s Covid Protocol list as of Monday night with no return announced for the 20-year-old. Lost in the surprising news that Artemi Panarin would be taking a leave of absence from the team was a short but alarming statement by head coach David Quinn after Monday’s practice. Quinn gave an update on Kakko, which was tweeted by Vince Mercogliano, which added more speculation than resolve to when the second-year player could play again, “He’s doing fine. I wish I could give you a better answer, but I’m not sure when he’s going to be able to come back.” A player placed on this list doesn’t necessarily mean he has tested positive...
    As a mob of Trump-supporting insurrectionists attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6, the Capitol Police were not ready, and a National Guard deployment was delayed. Those are facts that cannot be seriously contested. The details of how and why law enforcement agencies were so unprepared and by whom the National Guard deployment was delayed, though, are questions that are going to be fought out for some time to come. The New York Times has a new effort at a timeline of the requests for help from the National Guard, a question that Steven Sund, the former chief of the Capitol Police, will no doubt face when he testifies to Congress on Tuesday.  This is how this timeline breaks down: 1:09 PM: The mob breaks through police barriers and Sund calls the House sergeant-at-arms, Paul Irving, to ask for the National Guard. (Irving, like Sund, has since resigned.) Irving tells Sund he needs...
    A woman who lost her wedding ring 50 years ago got it back on Valentines Day New stars on the American flag? Fresh hope as Puerto Rico and DC push for statehood What's happening with stimulus checks? Plenty. As the House of Representatives tees up a vote on a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan for the end of next week, there's a rush of activity over when a third stimulus check could start to arrive, how much money you could personally get (along with other benefits, like a minimum wage increase to $15 per hour and $400 weekly bonus checks for unemployed Americans). © Provided by CNET A third stimulus check is coming into focus. Here's the latest news. Sarah Tew/CNET © Sarah Tew/CNET Several financial support programs will run by year's end with Congress' help. Meanwhile, there's still uncertainty, and a lot of details to cover, including if you and your dependents could qualify...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There's a new timeline when it comes to getting kids the COVID-19 vaccination.The White House says it may be next year until young kids can get the shot. Teenagers may not have to wait as long. Vaccine trials for young children ages 6 to 17 are starting soon, but how safe is the vaccine for kids?VACCINE TRACKER: How California is doing, when you can get a coronavirus vaccine"I'm comfortable having them got to school but definitely would be interested in getting them vaccinated as soon as it's available," said parent Ashley Syme.Syme is a busy mom to four young kids living in San Francisco. She's hopeful her family can get the vaccine when it's their turn. But the wait may be long.The White House Coronavirus Task Force says it's pushing the vaccine timeline back for elementary school kids until after January 2022. High School students could...
    Trello today rolled out a “once-in-a-decade refresh” of its project management software, adding new visualization options and smarter cards to the platform. There are four new viewing modes for Trello boards: timeline, calendar, table and dashboard. These are accessible by clicking the “Board” tab, which now opens a dropdown of the different options. Timeline makes it easier to visualize projects that span multiple days or phases, displaying more than two weeks at a time.  Trello Calendar mode is precisely what it sounds like — a traditional monthlong calendar with cards on the appropriate dates. Moving a card to a new day on the calendar automatically updates its due date.  Table view allows users to organize more than one board on a single page, laid out in a simple list with information including icons, labels, members and due dates.  Trello Finally, dashboard provides bird’s-eye metrics breaking down your Trello situation...
    D.C. remembers beloved teacher and salon owner who dedicated her career to Southeast Washington I am not a cat: How to find and use that infamous filter for your next Zoom session Stimulus check details we know today: New payment size, qualifications, timeline It's been a busy week for all things stimulus check-related. The House of Representatives has been hammering out details on President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, which includes a third stimulus check for up to $1,400 per person, $400 a week in extra unemployment insurance and possibly the beginnings of a minimum wage increase to $15 per hour. Friday also marks the start of tax season, when you can claim any missing money from the first or second stimulus check on your 2020 tax return -- and potentially set yourself up to get the next check faster.  © Provided by CNET A third stimulus check is quickly taking shape. Here's the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The next round of rain expected to soak the Bay Area is set to arrive Thursday, leading up to Valentine's Day weekend.LIVE: Track rain in San Francisco Bay Area with Live Doppler 7ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco says the storm, ranked a 1-Light on our Storm Impact Scale will bring brief downpours, gusty southerly winds and slick roads for the evening commute."We will have light to moderate rain," added Nicco. "The winds, out of the south, will be up to 15 to 20 miles per hour as we begin the evening commute. Those east, west bridges will be a little more impacted."Thursday's storm could bring anywhere between a quarter to a half-inch of rain. Red sky in morning.....#BayArea #StormWatch ????️???? pic.twitter.com/tuZUPCg8U5— Mike Nicco (@MikeNiccoABC7) February 11, 2021Nicco says drivers should watch out for possible ponding on the roadways."As the front moves through the evening, the winds...
    20,000 pregnant women vaccinated with no red flags, Fauci says; 1 in 3 Americans know someone who died of COVID: Live COVID-19 updates Live impeachment updates: Rep. Jamie Raskin says Trump reveled in assault on Capitol as trial resumes Stimulus check details we know right now: New income limits, qualifications, payment timeline Things are just a little busy in Washington, DC this week. The Senate is sitting as jury of Donald Trump's impeachment trial (here's how to watch today), while the House of Representatives is hammering out the details of President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus proposal, including a potential third stimulus check for up to $1,400 per person. We've got an idea of how it all could play out, but nothing will be set in stone until a final bill is passed.  © Provided by CNET A third stimulus check is quickly taking shape. Here's the latest news. Sarah Tew/CNET When...
    By Mark McIntyre CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Monday morning is expected to be frigid in many spots around the Tri-State Area, and we are once again talking wintry weather. Expect a mix of rain and snow in New York City, with mostly snow to the north and west. (Photo: CBS2) Things will stay snowy for the areas north of I-80 up across the New Jersey-New York border, but we do expect rain to dominate down the Jersey Shore and along the South Shore of Long Island. The peak snowfall is expected to be up to 6 inches in the higher elevations of northern New Jersey and into the Catskills. The storm will exit pretty quickly around dinner time, with temperatures expected to tumble into the teens and 20s. So expect icy surfaces early Wednesday and then partly sunny and cold conditions before our next chance for snow...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A major winter storm has moved into the Tri-State Area. It’s expected to stick around through Tuesday. Parts of the area could see upwards of two feet of snow. Strong winds could also lead to power outages and coastal flood concerns. LINK: Check The Latest Forecast Here is an updated look at the storm’s timeline: (Credit: CBS2) 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday: The brunt of the storm blossoms north and in New York City, and however far the storm pushes north those areas will get heavier snow. Winds will be gusting 40-45 mph in the city to 50-plus mph along the coasts. Coastal issues could arise. Snow could fall at heavy rates of 1- to 2-inches per hour at times, leading to near whiteout conditions. Travel will be exceptionally difficult, if not impossible. LINK: Winter Storm Survival Guide 6 p.m. Monday – 6 a.m. Tuesday: There...
    By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer BRR!!! We have another frigid morning across the area, but the good news is that winds are much more settled. A few spots will start off in the single digits, with temps reaching the mid and upper 20s this afternoon. Clouds will fill in throughout the day ahead of a potentially major winter storm that will impact the region overnight through Monday… TIMELINE: Tracking The Nor’easter In New York, New Jersey And Connecticut A few flakes or snow showers are possible this afternoon, but things look to really ramp up after midnight. Periods of heavy snow and strong winds are likely tomorrow with the heaviest snow just west of NYC… and with maybe some rain mixing in along the coasts… Stay tuned for the latest! MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK TIMELINE: Tracking The Nor’easter In New York, New Jersey And Connecticut...
    By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We are looking more likely at a potentially major Nor’easter starting late Sunday and lingering through early Tuesday. Expect changes — even a subtle track shift could make a big difference with this storm. LINK: Check The Latest Forecast Here is an early look at a timeline of the storm: 6 p.m. Sunday – 6 a.m. Monday: Snow starts to fill in southern New Jersey up through Monmouth County. 6 a .m. – 6 p.m. Monday: Snow blossoms north and NYC, and however far the storm pushes north will get into heavier snow. Winds will kick in. Coastal issues could arise. 6 p.m. Monday – 6 a.m. Tuesday: Storm brunt is Monday afternoon, but it could linger into early Tuesday morning with gusty winds and stronger snow bands. 6 a.m. Tuesday: Lingering snow showers taper off...
    Recently released data that shows New York may have undercounted the number of novel coronavirus deaths at nursing homes by more than 50% solidified previously reported concerns regarding the Empire State’s pandemic response at such facilities. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters during a Friday press conference that "everybody did the best they could." A 76-page report released by Attorney General Letitia James’ office on Thursday found New York State may have undercounted COVID-19 deaths among nursing home residents by thousands –  backing up the findings of an Associated Press investigation last year that focused on the fact that New York is one of the only states in the nation that count residents who died on nursing home property and not those who later died in hospitals. The method of counting allowed Cuomo to boast that his state had a lower percentage of nursing home deaths compared to other states. VideoCUOMO SAYS ‘EVERYBODY DID...
    Getty Lamar Jackson celebrates a score in the playoffs. The Baltimore Ravens have some major contract decisions looming in the coming weeks, and arguably the biggest revolves around a new contract for Lamar Jackson. It never seemed as if the Ravens would do anything other than bring Jackson back, and that looks to be the route that is going to play out this offseason. Speaking to reporters in his season-ending breakdown, general manager Eric DeCosta was asked about the potential for a deal and said that it is something he is focusing on for the coming days and weeks. "Lamar certainly deserves a contract… Our intention and my intention is to keep him in Baltimore for many, many years." pic.twitter.com/aUEJbUBNs1 — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 25, 2021 DeCosta said: “I will be talking to Lamar probably within the next 10 days or so, he’s down in Florida,...
    Joe Biden's new CDC Director on Thursday said COVID-19 vaccines will not be as widely available as the flu shot by mid-February, a promise that was made by Trump's Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar last month, and that the roll out will take much longer. Speaking on Today, Dr. Rochelle Walensky was unable to give a date for when the vaccines would be available in pharmacies and said the new administration has to put 'the peddle to the metal' to get them out to Americans faster.  The Biden administration says fighting COVID-19 is its top priority and the President has vowed to vaccinate 100million Americans in his first 100 days in office.  They have made sweeping promises to ramp up vaccine distribution.  So far, they have made mentions of using medical students, medical military, retired doctors and nurses and sites like gymnasiums and community centers to bolster the vaccination...
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire health officials on Tuesday outlined the next phases of the state’s vaccination plan, starting later this month and extending beyond May for younger and healthier residents. The initial phase currently underway calls for vaccinating health care workers, first responders and nursing home residents. Elizabeth Daly, chief of the state Bureau of Infectious Disease Control, said the state has received nearly three-quarters of the doses needed to vaccinate the roughly 100,000 people in that group, and all are expected to get their first dose by the middle of this month. The next phase is expected to begin later this month and continue into March. During that time, the vaccine will be offered to those aged 75 and older; medically vulnerable adults who are at significant risk of complications and those caring for medically vulnerable children; staff and residents of facilities for the intellectually and developmentally...
    The best vintage photos of Brad Pitt Everyone you should be tipping this holiday season New NBA coaches for 9 teams navigating compressed timeline Pelicans first-year coach Stan Van Gundy was hired less than two months before the Pelicans first preseason game earlier this week. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this Sept. 15, 2020, file photo, Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers questions a call during the first half of an NBA conference semifinal playoff basketball game against the Denver Nuggets in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Rivers is now head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers. The first preseason camps of the coronavirus era are formally open, with teams limited for now to individual sessions with one coach and one player at one basket, all of this starting to happen as the pandemic continues raging and more and more Americans are testing positive. “I’m very concerned...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The major winter storm that blew into our area Wednesday is the first major snow of its kind in New York City in several years. LINK: Check The Latest Forecast Watch: CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock With Projected Snow Totals TIMELINE OF STORM: 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday: A little snow may start falling in the first half of the afternoon, particularly south and west, but it will be developing mainly after 4 p.m. There will be light to moderate snow, and conditions will be breezy. 7 p.m.-11 p.m. Wednesday: Snow intensifies into the night, with a mix of heavy snow and blustery conditions. LINK: Winter Storm Survival Guide 11 p.m.-7 a.m. Thursday morning: This is the most intense period of the storm, with accumulations of 1-2 inches per hour or more possible, and potential blizzard conditions along the coast from time to time. Occasional thundersnow is possible. Significant snowfall...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A major winter storm is blowing into our area Wednesday and it is poised to be the first major snow of its kind in New York City in several years. Current forecasts estimate 5-10 inches of snow in the Big Apple, with much more north and west. LINK: Check The Latest Forecast TIMELINE OF STORM: 4 p.m.-7 p.m.: A little snow may start falling in the first half of the afternoon, particularly south and west, but it will be developing mainly after 4 p.m. There will be light to moderate snow, and conditions will be breezy. 7 p.m.-11 p.m.: Snow intensifies into the night, with a mix of heavy snow and blustery conditions. LINK: Winter Storm Survival Guide 11 p.m.-7 a.m.: This is the most intense period of the storm, with accumulations of 1-2 inches per hour or more possible, and potential blizzard conditions along the coast from...
    MacKenzie Scott donates $4.2B to organizations helping under-resourced, marginalized groups AP sources: Biden picks Buttigieg as transportation chief Overhauled roster, timeline, pandemic test new Thunder coach OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Mark Daigneault has quite a task ahead of him in Oklahoma City. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - Oklahoma City Thunder's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (2) goes up for a shot as Houston Rockets' Russell Westbrook, right, looks on during the first half of an NBA first-round playoff basketball game in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., in this Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020, file photo. The young guys who emerged for the Oklahoma City Thunder last season will have more responsibility now that veterans Chris Paul, Steven Adams and Danilo Gallinari have moved on.(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File) He is heading into his first NBA head coaching gig at age 35, and he was hired to replace Billy Donovan a week before...
    US Coronavirus: The country is a step closer to a Covid-19 vaccine authorization. But thats unlikely to impact the dark and deadly days ahead Hong Kong Media Tycoon Jimmy Lai Charged Under National Security Law Olympics on tight timeline to chart new path on protest For generations, the IOC knew exactly where to look for key support of its ban against protests at the Olympics. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this Oct. 16, 1968, file photo, U.S. athletes Tommie Smith, center, and John Carlos extend gloved hands skyward in racial protest during the playing of national anthem after Smith received the gold and Carlos the bronze for the 200 meter run at the Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City. Australian silver medalist Peter Norman is at left. The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee heeded calls from American athletes, announcing Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020, that it won’t...
    By EDDIE PELLS, AP National Writer For generations, the IOC knew exactly where to look for key support of its ban against protests at the Olympics. In 1968, it was the U.S. Olympic Committee that sent home its own athletes, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, when they raised their fists while on the medals stand at the Mexico City Games. In 2019, it was the same organization that placed its own athlete, Gwen Berry, on probation for doing the same after her win at the Pan-Am Games. This week, the American federation put the IOC on notice: It is no longer the IOC's partner when it comes to enforcing the contentious Rule 50. The USOPC is now heeding the calls from many of its own athletes and will no longer punish them for kneeling or raising fists or any other kind of acceptable demonstration at the Olympics. “When you sit...
    By Praveen Menon WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand will release on Tuesday an 800-page royal commission report looking into the killing of 51 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch in March 2019. Australian Brenton Tarrant, who expressed white supremacist views and streamed the attack live, was this year sentenced to life imprisonment without parole for New Zealand's worst mass shooting. Following is a timeline of the attack and the response: Mar 15, 2019: A heavily armed gunman attacks two mosques in Christchurch killing 51 Muslim men, women and children and injuring many more who are gathered for Friday prayers. He is apprehended by police while on his way to a third mosque March 16, 2019: Australian national Brenton Tarrant is charged with one count of murder at a Christchurch court. He is remanded without a plea Mar 25, 2019: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern orders a royal commission, a major...
    Supreme Court sides with religious groups in New York in a dispute over Covid restrictions Rockettes perform at Thanksgiving Parade while wearing masks The Crown Seasons 5 and 6: New Cast Members, Timeline and Everything We Know © Getty Images With The Crown season 4 now streaming on Netflix, anticipation is already ramping up for the upcoming next two seasons of the Emmy-winning historical drama about the royal family. Over the past year, the streaming platform announced some of the new stars taking over for the current cast in season 5 -- prepare to say goodbye to Olivia Colman and hello to Imelda Staunton -- and confirmed that season 6 will be its last. From the cast to the timeline, here is everything ET knows about the final two seasons of creator Peter Morgan’s series:  New Cast MembersPer tradition of the series, The Crown recasts the lead roles every two seasons, meaning that following seasons 3 and 4 audiences will...
    Getty Matt Patricia looks on during Detroit's loss to Carolina. The Detroit Lions had an embarrassing game against the Carolina Panthers, and the only question on the minds of many is when Matt Patricia might be fired as a result. This week, the Lions have their customary quick turnaround before the holidays. As a result of that, Sports Illustrated writer Albert Breer doesn’t expect a move to be made quickly early in the week, but as he admits in his MMQB piece, things could change in a big way if the team plays poorly again on Thanksgiving Day. Breer explained in a piece that “all bets could be off” the rest of the week if the Lions fail to show up and play hard against the Houston Texans and end up losing as they did this weekend. Here’s what Breer wrote: “I don’t expect the Lions to make...
    Rittenhouse released on $2M bond Virtual Group of 20 summit opens in Saudi Arabia with pandemic casting economic shadows PGA of America, West Palm Beach map out timeline, cost for new golf course WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Plans for a new municipal golf course advanced another round with the city and a nonprofit foundation agreeing to negotiate a lease in the next year contingent upon millions of dollars being raised to redevelop the site of the closed course. © Provided by Golfweek West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Course The nonprofit foundation, the West Palm Community Trust, was created by the South Florida Professional Golf Association. It has until Nov. 30, 2021, to show it has secured financing under terms of an agreement reached with the city. Its goal is to raise $25 million to $30 million, Seth Waugh, PGA of America CEO, told the city commission on Monday....
    Getty Matt Patricia coaching the Lions during a preseason game. The Detroit Lions have struggled in 2020 and if those struggles continue, Matt Patricia could quickly find himself out of work. How quickly? According to a new report from Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6 could be the final straw for team ownership as it relates to making a decision on a change for the future. La Canfora reported that the team’s brass was weighing a change if the team was not able to beat the Jaguars to get to 2-3 on the season. La Canfora wrote: “Although it has not been expressly conveyed by ownership, several Lions sources believe Week 6 to be a must-win in order to stave off a coaching change. At 1-3 the Lions are already three games behind the Bears and Packers in...
    Le’Veon Bell tweeted Tuesday night that he’s “got a lot to prove.” That proving won’t happen with the Jets after Bell’s release just a year and a half into a big-money contract. Only hours after reports emerged that the Jets were looking to trade Bell, he was cut. It ended a drama-filled year and a half with the Jets that included plenty of unhappy Adam Gase and even a bowling outing while sick. What that year and a half didn’t include was tons of production on the field after Bell had been a star with the Pittsburgh Steelers. This is a look at how Bell went from one of the most expensive RB contracts in the league to a player released less than halfway through his big deal. MORE: Le’Veon Bell’s best landing spots Le’Veon Bell Jets timeline 2018: Bell holds out from the Steelers Bell might never have...
    Ryan Tannehill was the most improbable quarterback who played in the NFL’s 2020 conference championship weekend. Tannehill fell short of leading the Titans past the eventual Super Bowl 54 campion Chiefs in the AFC title game in Kansas City on Sunday for a third consecutive road-upset playoff win. He was on the brink of the third QB from the talented 2012 draft class to go to a Super Bowl, joining Russell Wilson and Nick Foles. At the end of the 2018 season, it looked like Tannehill might never be a relevant starter again. His time with the Dolphins, the team that selected him No. 8 overall, was running out after six mostly average seasons and another one lost to a torn ACL. But Tannehill had the fortune of landing in a second ideal spot in Tennessee. Since he took over starting to replace Marcus Mariota in Week 7 of the 2019 season, the team has gone 12-3....
    A new study tracks the spread of coronavirus across the world through North America and Europe in unprecedented detail. The study, published in Science, investigates when, where, and how COVID-19 established itself globally, using airline passenger flow data, disease incidence rates, and genomic sequence data from around the world. The study suggests that, although some rapid early interventions were successful, there was a missed opportunity for intensive testing and contact tracing that could have prevented COVID-19 from becoming fully established in North America and Europe. On Jan. 15, a Chinese national flew to Seattle from Wuhan, China and became the first patient in the U.S. infected with the novel coronavirus. It was not until six weeks later that several additional cases were detected in Washington State. On Jan. 20, a COVID-19 infected employee of an automotive supply company in Bavaria, Germany, returned from a business meeting in Shanghai, China,...
    President Donald Trump’s medical team announced the president is 'doing well' but muddled the timeline of his diagnosis and treatment in a vague health update. At the Saturday morning press conference Dr. Sean Conley, Trump’s personal physician, said the president is '72 hours into the diagnosis', indicating Trump could have tested positive as early as Wednesday, before walking back on his comment hours later. The White House released a statement later saying he misspoke and meant Trump was on day three of his diagnosis.  If he was 72 hours into his diagnosis, that would mean Trump was positive a day after the presidential debate with Joe Biden and positive during a Minnesota rally Wednesday and a fundraising event in New Jersey attended by 100 people Thursday.    Here are the crucial questions regarding Trump's health: President Donald Trump’s medical team announced the president is 'doing well' but muddled the timeline...
    WASHINGTON (CBS/CNN) — President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, along with one of Trump’s top aides, Hope Hicks. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, have tested negative for the virus following Tuesday night’s presidential debate. Here is a timeline of their days before being diagnosed, along with who they may have been in contact with this week. Friday, September 25: From Florida to Georgia to Washington to Virginia President Trump awoke in Florida after a campaign rally with a day of zig-zag travel along the East Coast. 11:10 a.m. ET: Trump participates in a Latinos for Trump event at his golf club in Doral, Florida. An audience of about 200 people sat in spaced-out chairs and there were a combination of those wearing masks and not wearing masks. 12:32 p.m. ET: Trump departs Miami for Atlanta. Those traveling with...
    Scientists have pinned down the date of a devastating volcano that rocked the Mayan civilization more than a millennia ago. It's long been known that Ilopango volcano, in what is now El Salvador, had a major eruption during the Mayans' Early Classic Period, between 300 and 600 AD - but a more precise date has eluded researchers until now. By conducting radiocarbon dating on a charred mahogany tree found in ash deposits, archaeologists have dated the massive explosion to within a few years of 431 AD. To confirm their findings, researchers used 3D modeling to estimate the eruption plume rose 28 miles into the upper atmosphere. From there, air currents carried it more than 4,300 miles away, as far as Antarctica. Analysis of an ice core recovered in Greenland revealed the same chemical makeup, proving their hypothesis correct  - the violent eruption occurred 1,590 years ago. Scroll down for video ...
    A long, tough week: 24 arrested as Breonna Taylor protests again take over Louisville streets; curfew extended through weekend 12 States That Still Have McDonald’s Original Golden Arch Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/17 SLIDES © Shutterstock (2) Longing for love? Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly (real name Colson Baker) started off their relationship by being coworkers, but it quickly evolved into something more. The Tennessee native and “Rap Devil” singer met on the set...
    President Donald Trump appeared to push back his timeline for announcing a new Supreme Court Justice nominee, citing memorial services for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsburg died Friday at age 87 due to complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. Trump told reporters Saturday that he plans to announce a Supreme Court nominee “next week,” adding that it will “most likely” be a woman. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany first told “CBS This Morning” that the president “very likely” could announce a nominee before Wednesday. Trump appeared to push this timeline back while talking to “Fox & Friends” Monday morning. (RELATED: Trump Says If Democrats Impeach Him Over SCOTUS Nominee, It Will Help Republicans In 2020 Election) “I think it’ll be on Friday or Saturday,” the president said. “And we want to pay respect. We – it looks like, it looks like we will have probably services on Thursday or Friday, as...
    Mayor Bill de Blasio is confident that New York City will meet a revised timeline to bring public school students back to classrooms within the next two weeks, following closures because of the coronavirus pandemic, he said Friday. “I feel very confident about that date,” de Blasio said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” De Blasio on Thursday delayed the reopening plan for the nation’s largest school district for the second time since it was announced in July, citing a shortage of staff and supplies.
    NEW YORK (AP) — Mayor Bill de Blasio is confident that New York City will meet a revised timeline to bring public school students back to classrooms within the next two weeks, following closures because of the coronavirus pandemic, he said Friday. “I feel very confident about that date,” de Blasio said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” De Blasio on Thursday delayed the reopening plan for the nation’s largest school district for the second time since it was announced in July, citing a shortage of staff and supplies. Unions representing the city's teachers said it wouldn’t have been safe to open all the school sites next week. Under the revised timeline, most elementary school students will return to in-person learning starting Sept. 29, while middle and high school students will do the same Oct. 1. De Blasio told MSNBC that he needs “the health care situation to cooperate” to make the...
    NEW YORK – Mayor Bill de Blasio is confident that New York City will meet a revised timeline to bring public school students back to classrooms within the next two weeks, following closures because of the coronavirus pandemic, he said Friday. “I feel very confident about that date,” de Blasio said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” De Blasio on Thursday delayed the reopening plan for the nation’s largest school district for the second time since it was announced in July, citing a shortage of staff and supplies. Unions representing the city's teachers said it wouldn’t have been safe to open all the school sites next week. Under the revised timeline, most elementary school students will return to in-person learning starting Sept. 29, while middle and high school students will do the same Oct. 1. De Blasio told MSNBC that he needs “the health care situation to cooperate” to make the schools...
    Josh Gordon has had plenty of opportunities to play wide receiver for the Browns, Patriots and now the Seahawks (again). Still suspended for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy for the fifth time in his career (sixth suspension overall), he is running close to empty on his chances. Gordon saw his roller-coaster time with Cleveland end after six on-and-off seasons when he was traded to New England in 2018. After the Pats cut him last year, the Seahawks picked him up on waivers. That experiment lasted about a month and a half before Gordon was suspended again. Now Gordon is back with Seattle and hoping to be reinstated yet again by the NFL. Here is a look at all the events dating back to 2010 — from his days at Baylor that started to derail him to his consistent relapses while in the NFL — that led to that point of no return in Cleveland, plus his latest issues in New...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Mayor London Breed laid out a new timeline for reopening San Francisco schools. But, it's unlikely SFUSD will be the first to apply for waivers and resume in person learning."I'm extremely concerned about the future of our children as we continue with COVID," said Mayor Breed at a Tuesday press conference.RELATED: Oakland teachers face challenges as schools enter critical learning phase due to COVID-19 pandemicWith that, Mayor Breed laid out the new timeline for in person learning. Schools, grades K through 6, applying for a waiver can go back to the classroom mid-September. Schools K-6 and middle schools through 8th grade, without a waiver, can reopen mid-October."We know that it is not my decision, but the decision of the school district to move this forward," said Mayor Breed.SFUSD issued the following statement Tuesday:"SFUSD has been preparing for a gradual return to a hybrid instructional model focusing...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced major updates to the city's reopening timeline in a Tuesday press conference, including a path forward for schools to reopen in the fall.While Breed didn't offer a specific date, she said if current coronavirus trends hold, hotels for tourism, outdoor movie theaters, outdoor family entertainment centers (like mini golf), outdoor tour buses and boats, indoor museums, zoos and aquariums will all be allowed to reopen for business. Churches and other houses of worship will also be allowed to open their doors for individual prayer and hold outside services for up to 50 people.ALSO: Bay Area assemblywoman goes viral after bringing newborn to vote on housing billThere are even more reopenings tentatively slated for the end of September, including indoor hair salons, nail salons, body waxing and other personal care services. Tattoo and piercing shops will also be allowed to open...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced major updates to the city's reopening timeline in a Tuesday press conference, including a path forward for schools to reopen in the fall.While Breed didn't offer a specific date, she said if current coronavirus trends hold, hotels for tourism, outdoor movie theaters, outdoor family entertainment centers (like mini golf), outdoor tour buses and boats, indoor museums, zoos and aquariums will all be allowed to reopen for business. Churches and other houses of worship will also be allowed to open their doors for individual prayer and hold outside services for up to 50 people.There are even more reopening tentatively slated for the end of September, including indoor hair salons, nail salons, body waxing and other personal care services. Tattoo and piercing shops will also be allowed to open back up. Gyms will be able to offer one-on-one personal training indoors and...
    I understand. It’s strange to be thinking about possible trades with the baseball season just 20-something games old (or, y’know, 11 games old for the Cardinals). But here we are, with the only trade deadline of the season less than two weeks away.  Here is a complete guide to the 2020 MLB trade deadline, including the new date, time and rules to know. MORE: 8 players most likely to be traded at the deadline What time is the MLB trade deadline in 2020? Date: Monday, August 31 Time: 4 p.m. ET The 2020 MLB trade deadline is at 4 p.m. ET on Monday, Aug. 31. It was pushed back from its usual July date to account for the 60-game MLB season. Can MLB teams acquire players after the trade deadline? The August 31 deadline is the last time players can be traded this season. In previous years,...
    A coalition of New York City restaurants are threatening to sue Mayor Bill de Blasio after he admitted there was 'no plan' and refused to give a timeline for when indoor dining can return amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  The New York City Hospitality Alliance on Thursday demanded that de Blasio and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo release a plan for when indoor dining can resume across the city. Separately, a group of 100 restaurants in Brooklyn and Staten Island have now also vowed to file a class-action lawsuit to force the city's hand and allow eateries to have people back inside.  It comes after de Blasio said there was no plan for when indoor dining could resume.  'We are looking at it everyday, but we have to see a lot more improvement before we consider it,' de Blasio said at his press conference.  'There is no timeline.'   The New York...
    I understand. It’s strange to be thinking about possible trades with the baseball season just 20-something games old (or, y’know, 11 games old for the Cardinals). But here we are, with the only trade deadline of the season less than two weeks away.  Here is a complete guide to the 2020 MLB trade deadline, including the new date, time and rules to know. When is the MLB trade deadline in 2020? Date: Monday, August 31 Time: 4 p.m. ET The 2020 MLB trade deadline is at 4 p.m. ET on Monday, Aug. 31. It was pushed back from its usual July date to account for the 60-game MLB season. Can MLB teams acquire players after the trade deadline? The August 31 deadline is the last time players can be traded this season. In previous years, players could be traded after the July 31 deadline, subject to a...
    In 2019, the U.S. State Department approved more than $8 billion in arms sales to countries in the Middle East — and according to an inspector general report released this week, the State Department did not fully take into consideration the risk of civilian tragedies. Moreover, Politico journalists Jacqueline Feldscher and Nahal Toosi are reporting, an unredacted copy of the report “raised questions about Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s assertions that an emergency situation existed, allowing him to greenlight the sales over congressional objections.” The report was released in redacted form on Tuesday, August 11, but Politico has obtained an unredacted copy. Feldscher and Toosi note that members of Congress “asked the inspector general to investigate the transfer of military equipment to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan after Pompeo, in May 2019, cited threats from Iran and used emergency authorities to transfer the weapons. The move short-circuited...
    Stimulus Check Negotiations around the next stimulus package stalled on Friday, August 7, CNN reports. After five days of lengthy conversations, Republican and Democrat lawmakers are no closer to an agreement on the next stimulus package, which means that the next stimulus check has not been approved. Congress was supposed to go on recess from August 8 to September. So what happens now? As a result of the stalled conversations, Trump is expected to announce a series of executive orders over the weekend, including one that extends unemployment benefits, which expired on July 31. However, those executive orders are not believed to include one related to stimulus payments. Some lawmakers have indicated that they will delay summer recess for further negotiations, and others have said that Friday, August 7, was a hard deadline for them. Here’s what you need to know:Updated Timeline for Stimulus Payments & Negotiations: Lawmakers...
    A wild, albeit interesting, fan theory has popped up on Reddit regarding Loki and his part in the MCU going forward. Redditor u/TheMediocreCritic shared the lengthy idea to the Fan Theory subreddit page, and as at the time of this publication, it has been upvoted over 1,400 times. The user believes the trickster will take on the mantle of Thor in an alternate timeline after he stole the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame. The God of Mischief was lucky enough to escape during a scuffle at Stark Tower, and it’s been reported that the new Loki series on Disney Plus will follow his travels from that point on forward. During these travels, the theory suggests Loki will try and right some wrongs from the past, becoming a hero instead of the villain. It’s important to note the changes that were made to the main timeline since the trickster god will no...
    Live updates - Fauci: Diversity of response from states hurt efforts to contain coronavirus McDs CEO: Workers may call cops over masks New York Knicks president Leon Rose: No timeline for a rebuild The hiring of veteran head coach Tom Thibodeau this past week seemed to suggest that the New York Knicks are attempting to expedite a long-term rebuild in the Big Apple. © Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports The New York Knicks are preaching patience after the hiring of Tom Thibodeau. The 62-year-old Thibodeau is not exactly young. During his stint with the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves, the veteran coach also struggled connecting with young players. Despite this, first-year Knicks president Leon Rose has not yet put a timeline on a rebuild being completed in New York. “We have not set a timeline. We are taking it one day at a time. We felt Tom was that coach...
    In the quite early days of the Solar Method, baby Earth may possibly have taken a a lot shorter time to sort than we beforehand assumed. In accordance to an analysis in February 2020, there is proof that most of Earth took just 5 million decades to appear with each other – quite a few periods shorter than present-day models suggest.   This revision is a sizeable contribution to our recent comprehending of planetary development, suggesting that the mechanisms may perhaps be more varied than we think, even involving planets of the very same type, located in the very same neighbourhood – rocky planets, these kinds of as Mars and Earth. You see, we’re not definitely 100 per cent sure about how planets variety. Astronomers have a rather great standard concept, but the finer facts … very well, they are rather tough to notice in action. The wide strokes of...
    NEW YORK -- As the Guinness Book of World Record holder for the most broadcast hours logged by a TV personality, Regis Philbin's life and career have many chapters.The late Philbin spent a great chunk of those 16,000+ hours on "Live with Regis and Kathy Lee" -- later "Live with Regis and Kelly" -- and "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."But his journey started from humble beginnings. After leaving the Navy, Philbin several odd jobs before landing his first on-air role as a fill-in sportscaster on a local Los Angeles TV station.Here's a timeline of Regis's life and legacy:1931: Regis Francis Xavier Philbin was born on August 25 and grew up in the New York borough of the Bronx.1953: Philbin graduated from Notre Dame University and joined the Navy.1955: Philbin talked his way into a meeting with the stationmaster at KCOP-TV in Los Angeles. He got a job parking cars,...
    President Trump will have less than two weeks to submit new arguments in his case against Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance over a subpoena for financial records, including his tax returns. U.S. District Court Judge Victor Marrero approved of a schedule that both sides had proposed after the Supreme Court sent the case back down for further arguments. Trump will have until July 27 to submit an amended complaint that includes new reasons for why a grand jury subpoena issued to accounting firm Mazars USA should not be enforced, after the Supreme Court rejected Trump’s claim of immunity. SUPREME COURT BLOCKS CONGRESS FROM GETTING TRUMP'S TAX RECORDS, SENDING CASE TO LOWER COURT After Trump submits his amended complaint, Vance will have until Aug. 3 to file a response. Trump will then have until Aug. 10 for another brief, with Aug. 14 as the deadline for Vance’s reply. As far as...
    Twitter may look different the next time you visit its website on a PC. The social network has started rolling out a docked Direct Messaging box that sits right on top of your timeline, similar to Facebook’s or LinkedIn’s. It makes communicating via Twitter’s DMs feel more like typing into an instant messaging chatbox and eliminates the need to jump back and forth between your timeline and your private conversations. Based on a previous report by Jane Manchun Wong, who’s known for excavating apps to look for hidden features, Twitter has been testing the feature since April at the very least. Now, the chat box is making its way to all users, and you’ll see it at the bottom right of your screen on the desktop version of the platform. That said, you can still see your conversations on the old DM interface when you navigate to the Messages tab....
    China didn’t alert the World Health Organization (WHO) to the coronavirus outbreak, a new timeline released by the WHO shows. China’s propaganda machine has claimed that China quickly reported the viral outbreak to the WHO, a claim that the WHO’s initial timeline supported. But the WHO found out about the outbreak from the internet, not from Chinese officials contacting them, according to the new timeline. The updated timeline, which was released June 29, says the WHO “picked up a media statement by the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission from their website” and also picked up a report on an American website, though it doesn’t say in what order those two events occurred. The WHO doesn’t link to the Wuhan health commission’s media statement that it says tipped the organization off to the outbreak. Rep. Michael McCaul, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, expressed skepticism that the statement even...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new daily, interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most dangerous things you can do as CA reopens LIFE AFTER COVID-19: Here's what restaurants, gyms, schools, sports will look like when they reopen LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19...
    Michael Keaton is in talks to reprise his role as Batman in Warner Bros.’ upcoming Flash movie, according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter. Keaton starred as Bruce Wayne and the Dark Knight in Tim Burton’s two Batman films: 1989’s Batman and the 1992 sequel, Batman Returns. Actors Val Kilmer and George Clooney took over for Keaton, a controversial casting choice for the Caped Crusader at the time, for subsequent Batman films. Keaton later went on to play Birdman in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s movie of the same name, and the Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Warner Bros.’ stand-alone Flash movie is expected to star Ezra Miller as the Scarlet Speedster, and will be reportedly based on the superhero’s Flashpoint story arc. Flashpoint is a name that’s infamous among DC Comics fans: The alternate timeline story arc set the stage for the company’s 2011 reboot, known as the New 52....
    Americans reached another startling milestone in their national coronavirus nightmare on Friday: 150 recorded days of the deadly virus in their midst. In just about five months since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 was discovered in Washington state on January 21, the U.S. has identified over 2.2 million cases and 118,758 deaths, according to data from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University. Both numbers are over two times more than those of the next most infected country, Brazil—and almost certainly represent a vast undercount. In recent weeks, dozens of states moving forward with reopening from lockdowns geared at reining in the pandemic have registered a spike in new cases. States like Texas, Florida, and Arizona are setting new 24-hour case records virtually by the day. Meanwhile, tens of millions of Americans have lost their jobs, and the pandemic's multi-layered attack has hit communities...
    RICHMOND, Calif. (KGO) -- When you start to take BART back into the office, the way you enter the station may look a whole lot different.A prototype of BART's new swing-style fare gates was just installed at the Richmond station.RELATED: BART board approves new swing-style gates to prevent fare evasionsYou may remember these gates were approved in the fall of last year as a way to stop fare evasion while making it easier for those with wheelchairs, strollers, bikes or luggage.The gate has two 5-feet, clear barriers that are meant to discourage riders from jumping over or pushing through the gates.The gates also allow for easier entry for those in a wheelchair or with a stroller.RELATED: BART says costs for heavy crackdown on fare evasion would be 'astronomical'According to BART, the new gates can handle 30 riders per minute.The cost for installing the new gates across the transit system is...
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