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    In the middle of the week, the president presumed that more than 100,000 vaccines had been administered to the country’s medical personnel Previously, the president pointed out, only 4,500 had been distributed per day, which reflects an important development He also emphasized again that public officials, such as himself or Undersecretary López-Gatell, would not be immunized at this stage It seems that there is nothing that Mexicans like more than waking up to a good gossip. At least that is how the main trends on Twitter Mexico this morning suggest it, which included comedian Chumel Torres and deputy Nay Salvatori. They both went viral after an argument they had last night about how the vaccines were being distributed. Specifically, its application in private hospitals. The exchange of comments began with a video posted by deputy Nay Salvatori. In it, he assured that many followers complained to him why doctors in...
    By Rodolfo León 0 COMMENTS 01/11/2021 7:21 pm It’s been a while since we saw the last chapter of the anime of Dragon ball super, and of course, fans want to know when the next story arc will begin. This caused the work of Akira Toriyama it became a trend in Twitter, with hundreds of tweets dedicated to the future of the saga on television. It happens that recently the arc of the Tournament of Power in Toonami, which led fans to social networks to ask Toei Animation Please reveal new information about the upcoming season of DBS. To date, no one knows what will happen in the future, if we will have a new story arc or if there will be a totally new series, so the despair of the fans is normal. “One day we will see new episodes.” One day we will be new episodes...
    Thunberg on living through crises in a post-truth society Allison Janney reveals that Anna Farris leaving Mom is a huge loss NBC News Exit Poll: Trumps support among white college grads trending down in Midwest The early data from the NBC News Exit Poll of early and Election Day voters point to some key themes in the crucial states that President Donald Trump took from the Democrats in 2016 — Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. © Provided by NBC News Support for Trump among white college graduates is generally trending down across the states formerly known as the "blue wall," according to the NBC News Exit Poll of early and Election Day voters. Trump is winning the support of 43 percent of college-educated white voters in Michigan, which is down from 51 percent in 2016. The pattern is similar in Pennsylvania, though far less pronounced in Wisconsin. The exit poll...
    Polanco, Donaldson start with homers; Twins beat Tigers 2-0 Our Dumpster fire is normal: Viral video mom gets real about parenting Trending Market News Friday - Florida Vacay, California Energy A wild day of trading saw the Dow Jones peek into the green in late afternoon trading after falling as much as 2.1% earlier in the Friday session. © TheStreet Trending Market News Friday - Florida Vacay, California Energy The Nasdaq and S&P 500 fell 1.3% and 0.8%, respectively, while the Dow finished the day down 0.56%. Load Error Car Prices Climb Even as Sales Decline Car companies across the board experienced double digit declines in sales in July, but car prices are likely to be high over the Labor Day weekend, a reversal from a traditional period for discounts on vehicles, the Wall Street Journal reported. The average price of a vehicle...
    ‘An obligation’: 2 doctors work to memorialize health care workers lost to COVID-19 5 Major Changes Youll See at Popeyes Going Forward Trending Market News Monday: Pizza Hut and SoCal Edison Stocks were mixed Monday following Wall Street's third straight week of gains but the S&P 500 approached a record high as technology shares lifted the index. © TheStreet Trending Market News Monday: Pizza Hut and SoCal Edison The Dow was the lone laggard, falling 0.2%, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose 0.4% and 1.1% respectively. Load Error Tiffany Judgement Against Costco Overturned The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan overturned a lower court ruling against Costco that awarded famed jeweler Tiffany & Co over the big-box retailer's chain of generic diamond engagement rings that had the iconic "Tiffany" name attached. Costco was selling a pronged setting they called a "Tiffany"...
    Ravens place Iman Marshall on injured reserve This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Fries Trending Market News Monday: Tiffany and Costcos Court Case Stocks were mixed Monday following Wall Street's third straight week of gains but the S&P 500 approached a record high as technology shares lifted the index. © TheStreet Trending Market News Monday: Tiffany and Costco's Court Case The Dow was the lone laggard, falling 0.2%, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose 0.4% and 1.1% respectively. Load Error Tiffany Judgement Against Costco Overturned The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan overturned a lower court ruling against Costco that awarded famed jeweler Tiffany & Co over the big-box retailer's chain of generic diamond engagement rings that had the iconic "Tiffany" name attached. Costco was selling a pronged setting they called a "Tiffany" setting, which the lower...
    Brian Kemp: Georgia governor withdraws lawsuit challenging Atlanta mayors mask mandate 6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19 include Outback Steakhouse, IHOP and Dennys Trending Market News Thursday: WeChat, Jobless Claims Strong jobless claims numbers weren't enough to prop up markets Thursday as the Dow and S&P 500 both fell 0.3% and 0.14%, respectively. © TheStreet Trending Market News Thursday: WeChat, Jobless Claims Meanwhile, the Nasdaq continued its strong run, rising 0.4% Wednesday afternoon. Load Error U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Continue Decline U.S. weekly jobless claims totaled 963,000 last week, the first time claims fell below 1 million since March 21, below analyst expectations for 1.1 million claims. The 963,000 claims represent a 228,000 claim decline from the previous week. On March 14, there were just 282,000 claims, continuing a steady decline in claims. Those collecting benefits for at...
    US coronavirus: Average deaths are over 1,000 a day for 16th straight day Taco Bell fans rush to order potatoes one last time before the chain eliminates 12 beloved menu items this week Trending Market News Wednesday: Crude Prices, TikTok U.S. stocks were rising Wednesday with the Dow gaining nearly 1% while the Nasdaq jumped 2.2% and the S&P 500 gained 1.5%. © TheStreet Trending Market News Wednesday: Crude Prices, TikTok TikTok, WeChat to Be Part of U.S./China Trade Talks When U.S. and Chinese negotiators meet to discuss a new trade deal over the coming days, social media apps WeChat and TikTok will be discussed, Bloomberg reported. Load Error A virtual meeting could take place as early as this week, though a date has not been set yet, according to the news service. The meeting comes nearly seven months after the White House officially...
    Shooting near WH that paused briefing under review Pumpkin Pie-Flavored Kit Kats Have Returned And I Can’t Wait To Down A Whole Bag Trending Market News Tuesday: Amazon Builds in Detroit The Dow and S&P turned negative Tuesday as it was losing steam in the afternoon trading. A volatile Nasdaq was trading in the red during the afternoon session as tech stocks were falling. © TheStreet Trending Market News Tuesday: Amazon Builds in Detroit The Dow gained 0.9% to 28,049, while the S&P rose 0.3% and the Nasdaq rose 0.45%. Load Error Germans Stick to Cash During Pandemic While contactless purchasing has risen in Germany since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, cash still makes up about 75% of the country's transactions, according to the German Association of Money and Bond Services. The Bundesbank, Germany's central bank, told NPR that it issued 17 billion more...
    President Trump has 84 million Twitter followers  President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to complain about the social media platform and suggest that the website's trending topics section is 'illegal'. According to Trump, his main beef with the platform is that the topics and content that regularly appears in that particular section make him look bad.  'So disgusting to watch Twitter's so-called 'Trending', where sooo many trends are about me, and never a good one. They look for anything they can find, make it as bad as possible, and blow it up, trying to make it trend. Really ridiculous, illegal, and, of course, very unfair!' Trump tweeted. President Donald Trump wrote a tweet complaining about the fact that his name often trends on Twitter but that it is often in relation to negative stories Trump did not mention a specific moment in time when he felt that...
    Blue Jays denied permission to play in Pittsburgh The 20 best childrens books to calm back-to-school jitters Trending Stock Market News Wednesday: Bezos, Airlines, China It was another volatile day of trading on Wall Street Wednesday with both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq spending time in negative territory while the Dow Jones hung on to slim gains in afternoon trading. © TheStreet Trending Stock Market News Wednesday: Bezos, Airlines, China The S&P 500's three-session winning streak is in jeopardy, but the index was hanging on to gains of just 0.1% late in trading on Wednesday. Load Error Here are some of the stories driving today's market action that you may have missed. Jeff Bezos' Fortune Keeps Growing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos expanded his lead as the world's richest person, increasing his personal fortune by about $13 billion during Monday's session after Amazon's stock...
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