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    US coronavirus: Another Covid-19 surge hangs in the balance. This is how experts say we keep it from becoming reality ‘Humiliated’ Rioter Jessica Watkins Vows to Ditch the Oath Keepers: ‘Time to Let All of That Go’ The man who was shot in the chest while walking Lady Gaga's three dogs this week is expected to make a full recovery. © Matt Baron/Shutterstock Lady Gaga Ryan Fischer's family told TMZ, "Ryan is receiving extraordinary care in the hospital right now and his doctors expect him to make a full recovery. We cannot possibly say enough to thank all of the first responders, nurses and doctors who have worked so tirelessly to care for Ryan." The statement continued, "Of course, we also want to thank Lady Gaga who has shown nothing but non-stop love and concern for Ryan and our family right from the outset. Ryan loves Gustavo and Koji as...
    The family of Lady Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan, who was shot in Los Angeles Wednesday night, has issued a statement revealing that he is expected to make a full recovery. "Thankfully, Ryan is receiving extraordinary care in the hospital right now and his doctors expect him to make a full recovery," his family in a statement obtained by Rolling Stone. "We cannot possibly say enough to thank all of the first responders, nurses and doctors who have worked so tirelessly to care for Ryan." The family also thanked Gaga in the process for her support — stating, "Of course, we also want to thank Lady Gaga who has shown nothing but non-stop love and concern for Ryan and our family right from the outset. Ryan loves Gustavo and Koji as much as Lady Gaga does; so we join in her plea for their safe return." "Thank you very much for your interest and...
    By Travis Caldwell | CNN Following a car accident Tuesday morning in California that resulted in significant leg injuries and required an extraction from his vehicle by first responders, Tiger Woods now begins the arduous recovery process. A new chapter began Thursday with his transfer to a second Los Angeles-area hospital for “continuing orthopedic care and recovery,” according to a statement. Dr. Anish Mahajan, the chief medical officer and interim CEO at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, confirmed that Woods was moved to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, which is approximately 20 miles away. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopedic trauma care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes,” Mahajan said in the statement. Woods’ injuries include “comminuted open fractures affecting both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and fibula bones,” Mahajan said Tuesday, meaning the bones broke into more than two...
    Five board members of Texas grid operator ERCOT resign Top Senate Republican has serious concerns over Pentagon policy pick Celebrities from around the world sent their thoughts and prayers to Tiger Woods after his scary Tuesday morning car crash in Los Angeles County. “Praying for TW right now,” champion skier Lindsey Vonn, who is also Woods’ ex-girlfriend, said Tuesday afternoon. © Ringo H.W. Chiu Tiger Woods' crashed SUV is seen from across the road. Tiger Woods' crashed SUV is seen from across the road. (Ringo H.W. Chiu/) “Barbara and I just heard about Tiger’s accident, and like everyone else, we are deeply concerned,” Jack Nicklaus tweeted about himself and his wife. “We want to offer him our heartfelt support and prayers at this difficult time. Please join us in wishing Tiger a successful surgery and all the best for a full recovery.” Woods, 45, suffered serious injuries...
    Justin Thomas learned of Tiger Woods single-car accident Tuesday while preparing for the WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession in Bradenton, Fla., and was staggered to hear about his good friend. "Im sick to my stomach. It hurts to see one of your, now my closest friends get in an accident," Thomas said, choking back tears. "Man, I just hope hes all right. I just worry for his kids. Im sure theyre struggling." Woods was injured in a single vehicle rollover accident in California on Tuesday morning near Los Angeles. The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department said deputies responded at approximately 7:12 a.m. to the scene in the area between Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes. Paramedics used the jaws of life to remove Woods, who was alone in the car, from the vehicle. "Its sickening," Adam Scott said. "Hes our hero out here. You think guys like Tiger and...
    The sports world quickly reacted to the news of Tiger Woods’ car crash Tuesday on social media. Pro golfer Justin Thomas told reporters he was “sick” to his stomach after hearing the news about the car accident during a press conference, CBS Sports reported. Justin Thomas reacts to the Tiger Woods news: “I’m sick to my stomach… just worried for his kids. I’m sure they’re struggling.” pic.twitter.com/CIJo59DUVJ — CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) February 23, 2021 “It hurts to see … one of my closest friends, you know, gets in an accident and I just hope he’s alright,” Thomas told reporters. “Just worried for his kids. I’m sure they’re struggling.” (RELATED: Tiger Woods Involved In Serious Car Accident, Jaws Of Life Used To Rescue Him) The five-time Masters winner was involved in a single-car accident early Tuesday morning in Los Angeles, according to the LA County Sheriff’s office. Woods was...
    The golf world is expressing concern for Tiger Woods, who had to be removed from his SUV with the jaws of life Tuesday morning following a single-car accident in Los Angeles. The PGA legend was undergoing surgery to repair multiple leg injuries, according to agent Mark Steinberg. “I’m sick to my stomach. It hurts to see one of my closest friends in an accident,” Justin Thomas said Tuesday while preparing for the WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession in Bradenton, Florida. “Man, I just hope he’s all right. I just worry for his kids. I’m sure they’re struggling.” Jack Nicklaus wrote on Twitter: “Barbara and I just heard about Tiger’s accident, and like everyone else, we are deeply concerned. We want to offer him our heartfelt support and prayers at this difficult time. Please join us in wishing Tiger a successful surgery and all the best for a full recovery.” ....
    (CNN)Several gorillas are back in public view for visitors at the San Diego Zoo after making a full recovery from Covid-19, according to an update from the zoo.Eight western lowland gorillas caught the West Coast variant of the virus, despite employees adhering to all recommended biosecurity precautions, zoo officials said. A surge of Covid-19 cases in California in December and January included the variant that experts say may be more contagious than other strands of the virus.All eight gorillas at the zoo were secluded after the diagnosis on January 11, with some showing symptoms that included "mild coughing, congestion, nasal discharge and intermittent lethargy," the zoo said in an online update."The gorillas were infected with the B.1.429 lineage of the coronavirus, which has been prevalent in California and may be more contagious than other strains," according to the zoo.Read MoreGorilla at the San Diego Zoo gets monoclonal antibody therapy after...
    Patrick Mahomes will reportedly undergo surgery Wednesday. According to Ian Rapoport, Mahomes will get surgery on his foot in order to repair a torn plantar plate. Rapoport reported that the rehab will last months, but it’s “expected” that the star passer will be just fine. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Source: #Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes will undergo surgery tomorrow to repair a torn plantar plate in his foot, also known as turf toe. The rehab will be several months, but he’s expected to make a full recovery. Noted foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson will perform the procedure. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 9, 2021 Obviously, you never want to see the face of a franchise in a position where he needs surgery, but Mahomes has been dealing with this issue for a minute or two at this point. Luckily, it doesn’t sound too...
    Wall street does not find a ceiling and has ended Monday with more profits after close its most bullish week since November. The Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq have closed at new all-time highs. The hope of more economic stimulus, together with advances in vaccination against the coronavirus, counteract the fears of some analysts about the current high valuation of US equities and high levels of overbought. The Senate and House of Representatives passed a budget resolution on Friday, opening the door to the approval of the new $ 1.9 trillion rescue plan promoted by President Joe Biden. Package includes $ 1,400 in stimulus checks, supplemental unemployment benefits and funds for tests and vaccines against Covid-19. The Secretary of the Treasury, Janet yellen, said Sunday that if Biden’s stimulus plan passes, The United States could return to full employment by 2022. “There is absolutely no reason...
    New York : Janet Yellen. Photo: JIM LO SCALZO / EFE A plan to dream again. The Secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen, predicted this Sunday that the country will return to the full employment in 2022 if the new economic stimulus package that promotes $ 1.9 billion President Joe Biden. “I would hope that if this package is approved, we will return to full employment next year,” Yellen said in an interview with CNN television. However, the Treasury chief warned, citing a recent analysis of the US Congressional Budget Office, that if “additional support” to the economy is not approved, the unemployment rate will remain high in the coming years and it will take until 2025 to bring that index down to 4% again. “We would have a long and slow recovery, like the one we had after the financial crisis (of 2008)But this...
    February 7, 2021 2:10 PM | With information from EFE 15 minutes. The US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, predicted this Sunday that the country will return to full employment in 2022 if the new economic stimulus package promoted by President Joe Biden worth 1.9 trillion dollars is approved. “I would hope that if this package is approved, we will return to full employment next year,” Yellen said in an interview with the television network. CNN. However, the Treasury chief warned, citing a recent analysis by the US Congressional Budget Office, that If “additional support” to the economy is not approved, the unemployment rate will remain high in the coming years. If so, it states that it will take until 2025 to get that index down to 4% again. “We would have a long and slow recovery, like the one we had after the financial crisis (of 2008), but this package...
    PM BORIS Johnson has wished Captain Sir Tom Moore a "full recovery" after after his family revealed that he was battling Covid-19 and pneumonia in hospital. The war veteran, who was awarded a knighthood by the Queen for raising millions for the NHS, was admitted to hospital in Bedford after struggling with his breathing. Follow our Captain Tom Moore live blog for all the latest updates on the national hero. 14Captain Sir Tom Moore was admitted to a hospital in Bedford today after struggling with his breathingCredit: PA:Press Association 14According to his daughter, Sir Tom had been battling pneumonia over the last several weeksCredit: AFP or licensors 14The PM sent his well wishes to the 100-year-old on TwitterCredit: PA:Press Association His daughter Hannah said he has been battling pneumonia for the last few weeks and last week tested positive for Covid. She said that he is currently not in intensive...
    The Federal Reserve pledged on Wednesday to keep interest rates low well after the U.S. economy has recovered from the coronavirus pandemic. The central bank's rate-setting body, the Federal Open Markets Committee, downgraded its assessment of the economic recovery, which slowed in the second half of 2020. However, policymakers said the economy is poised for a strong rebound in the second half of the year once COVID-19 vaccinations become widespread. "The path of the economy will depend significantly on the course of the virus, including progress on vaccinations," the FOMC said in a statement.  The statement removed earlier phrases that said the pandemic was weighing on the economy in the "near term" and that it posed risks "over the medium term." The changes indicate that Fed officials aren't sure how long the uncertainty will last, something Fed Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated at a press conference Wednesday after the FOMC...
    The trade that sent Caris LeVert to the Pacers may have saved his life. Indiana announced Tuesday that LeVert is expected to make a full recovery after undergoing successful surgery to treat renal cell carcinoma of his left kidney. The Pacers said no further treatment is necessary, and the 26-year-old will be out indefinitely. MORE: Trae Young responds to Steve Nash’s criticism LeVert, who spent four-plus seasons in Brooklyn to start his NBA career, landed in Indiana as part of the blockbuster James Harden trade. A standard team physical and medical tests revealed a mass on LeVert’s kidney before the deal was finalized, and the mass turned out to be cancerous. Prior to his surgery, LeVert said he was “humbled to know that this trade could have possibly saved me in the long run.” “A lot of things creeped through my mind,” LeVert told reporters last week. “I didn’t really know what was going on, I didn’t know the...
    Caris Levert, a rising star in the NBA, is expected to make a full recovery after undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous mass from his kidney, the Indianapolis Pacers announced Tuesday. When the Brooklyn Nets traded Levert to the Pacers earlier this month, he was required to undergo a routine physical required to complete the trade process. An MRI then revealed a small mass on Levert's kidney.  The team said Levert, 26, underwent "successful surgery" Monday to treat renal cell carcinoma of his left kidney. The surgery was performed at Community North Hospital in Indianapolis and the team said no further treatment is needed. "I didn't have any symptoms, as you all know, I was playing in games and hasn't missed any games and was 100% healthy. In a way, this trade revealed what was going on in my body so I'm definitely looking at it from that side,"...
    As D.C. region sets record for coronavirus deaths, Hogan expands vaccine access in Maryland Biden Presses Putin in First Call Over Cyberattack, Ukraine Pacers Caris LeVert expected to make full recovery after surgery to remove kidney mass Caris LeVert wasn’t on the bench for the Indiana Pacers during their Monday night game against the Toronto Raptors, and now we know why: he’d just had surgery. The Pacers announced on Tuesday that LeVert underwent surgery on Monday to remove a mass on his left kidney. The surgery was successful and LeVert is expected to make a full recovery. OFFICIAL: Caris LeVert underwent successful surgery to treat renal cell carcinoma of his left kidney. No further treatment is needed. Caris is expected to make a full recovery and will be out indefinitely. https://t.co/5UAOhdzAj9— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) January 26, 2021 Renal cell carcinoma is a type of kidney cancer. With the success...
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are expected to make a full recovery weeks after testing positive for the coronavirus in what is believed to be the first known cases among such primates in the United States. Safari Park executive director Lisa Peterson said the eight western lowland gorillas were likely exposed by a zookeeper who tested positive for COVID-19 in early January, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Veterinarians have since closely monitored the gorillas to make sure they have been eating and drinking enough to recover on their own. The park north of San Diego has been closed to the public as part of California’s lockdown efforts to curb coronavirus cases. “We’re not seeing any of that lethargy. No coughing, no runny noses anymore,” Peterson said. “It feels to us like we’ve turned the corner.” Officials tested feces of the troop of...
    More On: new york rangers Can the Rangers’ youth match the hype? Behind Rangers’ decision not to have a captain What young Rangers think about playoff expectations Alexis Lafreniere’s NHL debut will be unlike any other After missing a bulk of training camp due to a positive COVID-19 test, Mika Zibanejad will be in the Rangers’ opening-night lineup Thursday night against the Islanders. Head coach David Quinn confirmed that Zibanejad was “good to go” during his pregame media availability. And despite concerns over the Swedish center’s recovery from the virus, Quinn doesn’t expect to limit his minutes. “Mika only goes full bore, we will see full Mika tonight,” Quinn said. Zibanejad said he has felt better every day since contracting the coronavirus just before the starting of training camp. “I’ve been feeling good,” he said on a Zoom call Thursday morning. “Each day that’s been going by I think...
    More On: new york rangers Can the Rangers’ youth match the hype? Behind Rangers’ decision not to have a captain What young Rangers think about playoff expectations Alexis Lafreniere’s NHL debut will be unlike any other After missing a bulk of training camp due to a positive COVID-19 test, Mika Zibanejad will be in the Rangers’ opening-night lineup Thursday night against the Islanders. Head coach David Quinn confirmed that Zibanejad was “good to go” during his pregame media availability. And despite concerns over the Swedish center’s recovery from the virus, Quinn doesn’t expect to limit his minutes. “Mika only goes full bore, we will see full Mika tonight,” Quinn said. Zibanejad said he has felt better every day since contracting the coronavirus just before the starting of training camp. “I’ve been feeling good,” he said on a Zoom call Thursday morning. “Each day that’s been going by I think...
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    SDI Productions | E+ | Getty Images If your stimulus payment came in below what you expected, you may get a second shot at claiming the money when you file your 2020 tax return. In the waning days of 2020, the federal government began sending out its second round of stimulus checks to millions of Americans. These payments are worth up to $600 for individuals. The rollout has already met speed bumps: For instance, people who've changed banks may not get their money right away. Rather than reissue those second payments to households, the IRS is recommending that people file their 2020 returns electronically and claim a recovery rebate credit, according to an updated set of "frequently asked questions" from the agency. The recovery rebate credit is a new addition to the federal income tax return. Filers who didn't receive the full amount of stimulus they're entitled to can claim...
    Actor Rahul Roy returned home on Thursday after being discharged from a private hospital where he was undergoing treatment for over a month following a brain stroke at the end of November. The 52-year-old actor is yet to recover fully. “I am back home after a long treatment in the hospital. I am recovering and it’s still a long journey for a full recovery. Rahul Roy Health Update: Actor Is Conscious, May Need a Stent to Prevent Future Attacks.  Today I would like to thank everyone who stood by me all this while, Rohit my brother, my sister my best friend Priyanka @priyankaroy_pia my brother in law Romeer @romeersen along with my friends Aditi Gowitrikar @aditigovitrikar , Dr Huz, Zahid, Ashwani Kumar @ashwani2118 , Azhar @azharhussaindirector ,Shruti Dwivedi @shrutidwivediofficial , Suchitra Pillai @suchipillai and all my fans for praying for me. Love you all,” Roy wrote on Instagram. Rahul...
    Getty Spencer Dinwiddie frowns at a foul call during a matchup with the Atlanta Hawks On Monday the Brooklyn Nets announced that their start Shooting Guard Spencer Dinwiddie suffered a partially torn ACL during Sunday’s loss to the Hornets. Dinwiddie, one of Brooklyn’s rising young stars was expected by many to have a breakout season in 2021. Although the ACL is only partially torn, the Nets expect Dinwiddie to miss the remainder of this year. Dinwiddie however has other plans. Next week Dinwiddie will undergo surgery to repair his partially torn ACL. The star shooting guard is expected to make a full recovery but miss the remainder of the year. Dinwiddie however has not ruled out a 2021 return.Dinwiddie Not Ruling Out 2021 Return“Crazier things have happened,” said Dinwiddie in a new Instagram post. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Spencer Dinwiddie (@spencerdinwiddie) ...
    Containers and trucks at the port of Qingdao, China on February 14, 2019.Reuters BEIJING — China has not fully recovered from the shock of the coronavirus pandemic, business leaders said in a survey by the China Beige Book released Tuesday. After about a year since Covid-19 first emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan, roughly two-thirds of executives polled by the third-party firm said they don't expect sales, profitability and hiring to return to 2019 levels until at least three months from now. China Beige Book conducted more than 3,300 interviews between Nov. 12 and Dec. 11 in its latest quarterly business activity survey.VIDEO1:5801:58China will lead global recovery from the coronavirus pandemic in 2021: ScotiabankSquawk Box AsiaThe survey's tepid outlook contrasts with generally optimistic forecasts for China, the only major economy in the world expected to grow this year in the wake of the pandemic. Government commentary in the last...
    The New Orleans Saints reportedly won’t “rush” Drew Brees and want the QB to make a “full recovery” before being put into the starting lineup. “New Orleans is in no rush to bring back Drew Brees and there’s still no timetable at this time for when he might play again as he recovers from his 11 fractured ribs and punctured lung, per league sources,” ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter captioned his post Sunday on Instagram. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Adam Schefter (@adamschefter) “Brees was hoping to return next Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, but the Saints want to see their veteran quarterback make a full recovery, be able to throw without any limitations and have complete range of motion before they consider reinserting him into New Orleans’ starting lineup,”...
    PHOTO VIA BUSCH GARDENSEffects of the coronavirus pandemic on state tourism decreased in October, but recovery for Florida’s vital revenue-generating industry is still at best a year away, according to an association study released Monday. The Destinations Florida study indicated that businesses in October were having fewer problems finding supplies than in June. The research for Destinations Florida, an association of local tourism promotion organizations, also found a slight uptick in people planning Florida trips. But more than half of the state’s tourism-related businesses anticipate that COVID-19 impacts will continue until sometime between the third quarter of 2021 and the first quarter of 2022, according to the study. “Slowly but surely, we are seeing signs of a recovery and Florida’s tourism industry, which is a key driver of employment and our economy, continues to work hard to ensure our communities are able to rebound,” Destinations Florida Executive Director Robert Skrob...
    By STAN CHOE, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. economy's growth is likely slowing as 2020 comes to a close, but a growing number of economists expect it to claw back to its pre-pandemic strength by the second half of next year as vaccines for the coronavirus become widely distributed. That's the view from the latest survey of the National Association for Business Economics. It found that 73% of surveyed forecasters say the economy will return to its pre-pandemic level by late 2021. That reflects greater optimism than the forecasters had expressed a couple months ago, when just 38% of them said they thought a full recovery could occur before 2022. Economists have been saying for months that only when vaccines are widely available to control or defeat the virus will the economy be able to sustain any meaningful recovery from the worst economic downturn since the...
    NEW YORK – The U.S. economy's growth is likely slowing as 2020 comes to a close, but a growing number of economists expect it to claw back to its pre-pandemic strength by the second half of next year as vaccines for the coronavirus become widely distributed. That's the view from the latest survey of the National Association for Business Economics. It found that 73% of surveyed forecasters say the economy will return to its pre-pandemic level by late 2021. That reflects greater optimism than the forecasters had expressed a couple months ago, when just 38% of them said they thought a full recovery could occur before 2022. Economists have been saying for months that only when vaccines are widely available to control or defeat the virus will the economy be able to sustain any meaningful recovery from the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Hopes...
    The U.S. economy's growth is likely slowing as 2020 comes to a close, but a growing number of economists expect it to claw back to its pre-pandemic strength by the second half of next year. That's the view from the latest survey of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). It found that 73% of surveyed forecasters say the economy will return to its pre-pandemic level by late 2021. That's more optimism than they were showing a couple months ago, when just 38% of forecasters said a full recovery could occur before 2022. Hopes that one or more coronavirus vaccines will roll out soon are helping drive expectations higher, said the survey's chair, Holly Wade. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Pharmaceutical companies are asking U.S. regulators to allow the use of their vaccine candidates after reporting encouraging data from clinical trials. The hope is that a wide...
    NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. economy’s growth is likely slowing as 2020 comes to a close, but a growing number of economists expect it to claw back to its pre-pandemic strength by the second half of next year. That’s the view from the latest survey of the National Association for Business Economics. It found that 73% of surveyed forecasters say the economy will return to its pre-pandemic level by late 2021. That’s more optimism than they were showing a couple months ago, when just 38% of forecasters said a full recovery could occur before 2022. Hopes that one or more coronavirus vaccines will roll out soon are helping drive expectations higher, said the survey’s chair, Holly Wade. Pharmaceutical companies are asking U.S. regulators to allow the use of their vaccine candidates after reporting encouraging data from clinical trials. The hope is that a wide rollout would mean...
    New York Giants’ Saquon Barkley has ‘no doubt’ he will make full recovery By: Alexander Wilson December 3, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditIf there’s any player capable of making a full return from an ACL and MCL tear, it is New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley. The former second overall pick is considered one of the most dynamic and electric running backs in the NFL, and the hope is that he can return to for despite a season-ending injury. Looking at players like Adrian Peterson, who returned from an ACL tear in great shape, Barkley has been in contact with the Hall of Fame running back and the rehabilitation program he utilized to get back into shape. When asked by reporters if he feels he will make a full recovery, Barkley stated: “No doubt in my mind.” “I’m never going to go into...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Golden State Warriors have confirmed Klay Thompson's surgery on his right Achilles was successful, and he is expected to make a full recovery.The Warriors said in a press release that Thompson had surgery performed by Dr. Richard Ferkel in Los Angeles Wednesday morning. Warriors guard Klay Thompson undergoes successful surgery pic.twitter.com/8VmCWZxOQx— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) November 25, 2020With an estimated nine-month recovery process, the five-time All-Star will miss the entire 2020-2021 season.The injury happened the day before the 2020 NBA Draft on Thursday, Nov. 18, while Thompson was working out in Los Angeles.RELATED: Former Warriors surgeon demonstrates what happened to Klay Thompson's AchillesThompson had recently recovered from an ACL tear in his left knee, which he sustained during the 2019 NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors.Doctors and Warriors' General Manager Bob Myers have both said they expect to see "great things" from the beloved "Splash Brother"...
    Getty Dak Prescott The Dallas Cowboys continue to speak in glowing terms about Dak Prescott’s recovery from his season-ending ankle injury. In a Friday radio interview, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones reaffirmed the team’s franchise quarterback is “ahead of schedule and rolling,” free of post-surgical complications. “I haven’t run into Dak in the last couple of weeks. What I do is get these amazing reports on how he’s doing. It shouldn’t come as any surprise. He does everything to the 9s and the 10s, he just does it the very best. He’s been so diligent in his rehab, and that shouldn’t surprise anybody,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan. “They said (the team’s medical staff), if anything, he’s ahead of schedule and rolling. We expect him to have a full recovery. He avoided any of the complications that come anytime you have a bone that breaks the skin. You...
    VIDEO1:1001:10How vaccine hopes could fuel a major market risk: EconomistTrading Nation The market's relief rally does not come without risk, according to one top economist. This week's surge in the U.S. stock market may have been fueled by word of a 90% effective Covid-19 vaccine, but investors shouldn't get too comfortable rallying on optimism just yet, Michael Darda, chief economist and macro strategist at MKM Partners, told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Wednesday. "In the near term, the risk is obviously this surge in infections, ... being led by the Midwest and the West," he said. "The vaccine is not going to be here overnight. It's going to take time to roll it out, to get it distributed and disseminated. And so, in the interim, if we let our guard down, we could have some problems, even potentially prompting partial closures again." While the pace of the economic recovery has exceeded...
    Staying in premier shape isn’t exactly priceless for 31-year-old Russell Wilson. During a recent appearance on The Ringer’s “Bill Simmons Podcast,” the Seattle Seahawks quarterback revealed he spends around $1 million — “if not more” — a year on body recovery, as Wilson continues his quest to play until his mid-40s. “I have a whole performance team. I’ve got a whole group,” Wilson said. “I’ve got a full-time trainer that travels with me everywhere, and works with [wife] Ciara, too.” A full-time physical therapist is also part of Wilson’s recovery squad, in addition to a mobile person who makes sure the quarterback is “moving the right way and everything else.” “I have a full-time massage person. We have two chefs, we have a whole performance team,” he continued. Wilson, who agreed to a four-year, $140 million extension with the Seahawks last April, added he’s had a recovery program in...
    Staying in premier shape isn’t exactly priceless for 31-year-old Russell Wilson. During a recent appearance on The Ringer’s “Bill Simmons Podcast,” the Seattle Seahawks quarterback revealed he spends around $1 million — “if not more” — a year on body recovery, as Wilson continues his quest to play until his mid-40s. “I have a whole performance team. I’ve got a whole group,” Wilson said. “I’ve got a full-time trainer that travels with me everywhere, and works with [wife] Ciara, too.” A full-time physical therapist is also part of Wilson’s recovery squad, in addition to a mobile person who makes sure the quarterback is “moving the right way and everything else.” “I have a full-time massage person. We have two chefs, we have a whole performance team,” he continued. Wilson, who agreed to a four-year, $140 million extension with the Seahawks last April, added he’s had a recovery program in place...
    The Bulldogs’ starting safety reportedly has no broken bones after the accident.
    Spotify said it has rebounded from the slump it suffered at the height of the coronavirus pandemic as it continued to add subscribers. The Swedish streaming giant’s chief executive Daniel Ek told investors Thursday that the company ended its third quarter with 144 million paid subscribers and 320 million total active monthly users, surpassing internal forecasts. Ek said global streaming “surpassed” pre-COVID levels during the quarter, marking a “full recovery.” The CEO credited a return to normalized habits, such as listening to Spotify in their cars while commuting, a data point that had fallen under quarantine lockdowns. Listening on home devices, such as mobile phones, which exploded during the pandemic, also remained high, the company said. During the third quarter, Spotify reported an operating loss of $47 million versus a year-ago profit of $54 million. Quarterly revenue grew 14 percent to $2.32 billion, due in part to a 9...
    Spotify said it has rebounded from the slump it suffered at the height of the coronavirus pandemic as it continued to add subscribers. The Swedish streaming giant’s chief executive Daniel Ek told investors Thursday that the company ended its third quarter with 144 million paid subscribers and 320 million total active monthly users, surpassing internal forecasts. Ek said global streaming “surpassed” pre-COVID levels during the quarter, marking a “full recovery.” The CEO credited a return to normalized habits, such as listening to Spotify in their cars while commuting, a data point that had fallen under quarantine lockdowns. Listening on home devices, such as mobile phones, which exploded during the pandemic, also remained high, the company said. During the third quarter, Spotify reported an operating loss of $47 million versus a year-ago profit of $54 million. Quarterly revenue grew 14 percent to $2.32 billion, due in part to a 9 percent...
    The third-quarter gross domestic report set for release Thursday morning is expected to show record growth, but the figures won't mean that the economy is back to full health. The report from the Commerce Department will show that the GDP grew at an annualized rate between 30% and 35%, projected David Wilcox, a former director of the Federal Reserve’s domestic economics division and now a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. That figure might make growth seem stronger than it really was to many readers because of the way it expresses growth. The 30% to 35% growth rate represents not the quarter-to-quarter growth in economic output but rather the growth in economic activity that took place last quarter as occurring for a full year. The same growth, expressed as a month-over-month growth rate, would be about 7%. The expected record quarterly growth rate has...
    (CNN)Fresh off the Washington Football Team's first win of the season, head coach Ron Rivera was able to celebrate another victory: Completing his final round of cancer treatments.Rivera was greeted by applause from medical staff and confetti as he walked down a hallway at the Inova Schar Cancer Institute in Virginia to ring the institute's "Ring in Hope" bell before leaving.NFL head coach Ron Rivera diagnosed with squamous cell cancerThe 58-year-old was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer typically found in the middle to outer layers of skin, in August.The cancer is in a lymph node and was discovered during a self-care check, according to the Washington Football Team. The cancer was found in its early stages and was considered "very treatable and curable, providing a good prognosis for Coach Rivera for a full recovery."Antonio Gibson, one of the team's running backs, tweeted his support for...
    The City of Denver is speeding up its Elevate Denver bond program to help accelerate recovery from the COVID-19-induced economic downturn. "Now more than ever, people in our community need access to good-paying jobs, so we’re deploying the same job-creating tools used to bring us out of past recessions by accelerating the Elevate Denver Bond Program to help rebuild our local economy, get people back to work and make neighborhood improvements sooner," Mayor Michael Hancock says in a statement about the move, which echoes one made over a decade ago. On October 13, a Denver City Council committee approved a new debt issuance of about $170 million that will go toward infrastructure projects funded by the Elevate Denver bond program, authorized by a ballot initiative passed by Denver voters in 2017. The city had originally planned on issuing $77 million in bonds, then decided to go bigger, faster.Related Stories Mayor Hancock...
    A DAD and his one-year-old daughter are expected to make a full recovery after a horror car crash killed the rest of their family. Josh Powell's wife Zoe, 29, died on the A40 near Oxford with her two daughters, Phoebe, eight, Amelia, four, and their six-year-old brother Simeon. 12Zoe Powell with husband Josh and daughters Phoebe, Amelia and son Simeon 12The couple's 18-month-old baby daughter is fighting for her life in hospital Josh, 30, and their 18-month-old baby girl are now fighting for their lives in hospital, but are said to be showing "signs of improvement". Senior investigating officer Sergeant Dominic Mahon, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit based at Bicester, said: “We are still investigating the cause of this tragic collision which has resulted in the deaths of four people from the same family, a 29-year-old woman, an eight-year-old girl, a six-year-old boy and a four-year-old girl, all from...
    (CBS) San Diego Union-Tribune’s Kevin AC said San Diego Patrice outfielder Tommy Palm was in “good condition” after being stabbed in the lower back during an argument Sunday night in San Diego. No organs were damaged and the palm was said to require surgery and sutures to close the wound. According to the AC, the incident happened when Pam left a San Diego establishment and two people got into an argument near his car. The following statement was issued by the Palm Group: “I would like to thank the incredible medical staff of UC San Diego Health for taking care of me so much last night. I truly appreciate the hard work of the San Diego Police Department, and they continue to search for suspects. Despite this very traumatic and eye-opening experience for me, I am on the path to recovery. I know I will return to my office training...
    Popular books that were made into terrible movies Here’s How Much Economists Say Stay-at-Home Moms Should Get Paid Padres Pham stabbed in San Diego, expected to make full recovery © Sean M. Haffey / Getty Images Sport / Getty San Diego Padres outfielder Tommy Pham underwent surgery after being stabbed on Sunday, the team said in a statement obtained by Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ Pham was stabbed in his lower back during an altercation in San Diego. The stab wound pierced all three layers of his skin and he required stitches. Fortunately, there was no organ damage; the Padres said he is now in "good condition" and "is expected to make a full recovery." "The San Diego Police Department is actively investigating the incident and we will have no further...
    The jobs lost due to the coronavirus pandemic are expected to take longer to come back than economists initially expected, according to a survey released Thursday. The rebound may take until the next presidential term, regardless of whether President Trump is reelected or Democratic challenger Joe Biden defeats him. The slower labor market recovery is projected due to an expected resurgence of the virus in the coming months and a lack of relief aid from the federal government. "More than half of business and academic economists polled this month said they didn’t expect the labor market to claw back until 2023 or later all the jobs lost as a result of coronavirus-related shutdowns," according to a Wall Street Journal survey of economists. This is a slower timeline than the same economists predicted six months ago. Economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal in April said that, on average,...
    Rapper and fashion mogul Kanye West said that he is “praying” for President Donald Trump’s and First Lady Melania Trump’s “full recovery” from the Chinese coronavirus, just as he would pray for Joe Biden and his wife Jill, if they were to test positive for the virus. “There’s a crying need for civility across the board. We need to and will come together in the name of Jesus,” tweeted West on Saturday. “I’m praying for President Trump’s and Melania’s full recovery, just as I would for Joe and Jill Biden if they were stricken, as well as everyone else with COVID-19.” There’s a crying need for civility across the board.  We need to and will come together in the name of Jesus. I’m praying for President Trump’s and Melania’s full recovery, just as I would for Joe and Jill Biden if they were stricken, as well as everyone else with COVID-19. —...
    Stephen Colbert is wishing President Trump and First Lady Melania 'a speedy and full recovery' after it was revealed they have COVID-19.  The comedian sent his support to the couple during the opening monologue of his late night CBS comedy show on Friday  Colbert appeared somber during the segment - a drastic departure in tone for the funnyman who has spent the past four years mocking Trump at every available opportunity.  'Now, say what you will about the president, and I do, this is a serious moment for our nation and we all wish the president and the first lady of the United States a speedy and a full recovery,' Colbert stated.  'I really think it's important for all of us to separate the man from the office – and I hope on November 3 we literally do. But for now, I find it troubling, moving even, to see the...
    Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Saturday wished President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump a “full and speedy recovery’ from COVID-19, after they were diagnosed with the virus earlier this week. “Let me begin by wishing the President and the First Lady a full and speedy recovery from the COVID-19 illness they are now dealing with,” Sanders said at a rally for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in Lebanon, N.H. “And of course, we wish the same for my colleagues in the Congress as well as the many many millions of Americans who are struggling with this disease.” TRUMP'S MEDICAL TEAM SAYS HE IS DOING 'VERY WELL'; OFFICIAL WARNS THAT NEXT 48 HOURS ARE 'CRITICAL'  Sanders, who was a candidate in the Democratic presidential primary but has since endorsed Biden, spoke after Trump’s medical team said the President was doing “very well” and Mrs. Trump is doing “great.” “What the last...
    President Trump's health is in question amid conflicting reports a day after he announced his COVID-19 diagnosis. "This morning, the president is doing very well," Dr. Sean Conley, the president's physician, said during his Saturday morning press conference. He noted that he is "extremely happy" with the president's progress so far. The president's team of doctors said that Trump has been fever-free for more than 24 hours and was not on oxygen on Friday or Saturday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, but Conley appeared somewhat combative when answering questions about whether the president has needed oxygen since the diagnosis. Multiple outlets have since reported that the president was given oxygen on Friday at the White House, a deviation from what Conley said during the update. Despite the positive outlook, moments after the press conference concluded, an anonymous source familiar with the president's health, who has alleged...
    Getty White House pool reports on Trump's h health differentiates from the president's doctor's updates on October 3. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus, as confirmed by the president, who tweeted out their diagnosis in the wee hours of Friday, October 2. However, after Dr. Sean P. Conley, the president’s physician gave a press conference on October 3, the timeline of when Trump first learned he was diagnosed with coronavirus became muddled. Conley said that Trump was “72 hours into the diagnosis,” CNN White House reporter Kaitlan Collins tweeted. “Another physician says Trump received a special antibody therapy ‘about 48 hours ago.’ The public found out 36 hours ago that Trump was positive — only after it was revealed an aide had tested positive.” Causing further confusion about the president’s health, multiple White House pool reporters, including CNN’s Ryan Noble and...
    The White House press pool has received a statement saying that President Donald Trump’s vitals are “very concerning,” and that he’s “not on a clear path to a full recovery.” In an official statement filed by pool reporter Cheryl Bolen, “a source familiar with the president’s health” who was not identified gave a dire assessment of Trump’s condition. “The president’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning,” the source said. “And the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care. We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery.” The comments stand in stark contrast to those made moments earlier by Trump’s personal physician, Dr. Sean Conley, who said at a news conference that the president is “doing great.” This is a breaking story and it will be updated with more information. Watch above, via CNN. Have a tip we should...
    Texas House of Representatives member Gene Wu (D-Houston) lamented on Twitter Friday evening that it would be “hard to serve a prison sentence” if President Donald Trump dies of Coronavirus. Not long after, the tweet was deleted and replaced with well wishes for a full recovery. The southwest Houston politician did not offer an apology for the original statement. Rep. Wu followed up the deleted tweet wishing the President “a full recovery. I’ll pray for him and send him healing thoughts.” I wish President Trump a full recovery. I’ll pray for him and send him healing thoughts. — Gene Wu (@GeneforTexas) October 2, 2020 The outspoken politician added the President’s recovery will be the greatest the nation has ever seen. The greatest recovery the nation has ever seen. — Gene Wu (@GeneforTexas) October 2, 2020 Rep. Wu was not shy in mocking the “thoughts and prayers” offered by his...
     PROGRAMMING ALERT: Watch Dr. Qanta Ahmed discuss this topic and more on “Fox & Friends” at approximately 7:20 a.m. EDT Saturday, Oct. 3 on Fox News Channel.The decision to hospitalize President Trump on Friday night for several days after he tested positive for COVID-19 appears to be a wise one, taken out of an abundance of caution. It shouldn’t lead anyone to conclude he is seriously ill at this time. As a pulmonologist and intensive care physician who has treated COVID-19 patients at NYU Langone Health, where I practice, I know full well that the disease caused by the coronavirus can be quite serious — and fatal in some cases. But importantly, I also know that the vast majority of COVID-19 patients recover from the disease. The statistics tell the story. The confirmed death toll in the U.S. from COVID-19 is 208,520 at this writing — certainly a tragic toll. But...
    From a campaign stop in Michigan, Democratic nominee Joe Biden wished President Trump and first lady Melania Trump a full recovery after the pair tested positive for the coronavirus overnight. “I’d like to start by acknowledging, which I’m sure all of you do as well, that I’m sending my prayers to the health and safety for first lady and the president of the United States,” Biden told a crowd in Grand Rapids. “My wife, Jill, and I pray that they will make a full recovery. This is not about politics. This is a bracing reminder to all of us that we have to take this virus seriously,” he went on. The former veep said he took two coronavirus tests before deciding to fly to Michigan on Friday after he shared a debate stage with Trump in Cleveland on Tuesday. Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis has brought dramatic upheaval to the presidential...
    KIM Jong-un has wished President Donald Trump a speedy recovery after it was revealed that the US leader was hospitalized with coronavirus. The dictator sent a message to the president, saying that he wishes both him and Melania a 'full recovery' from the virus. 3Kim Jong Un has messaged the president to wish him wellCredit: AFP - Getty President Donald Trump was rushed to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland for coronavirus symptoms on Friday night 3The pair have been openly supportive of each other Credit: AP:Associated Press Trump, 74, was seen giving a "thumbs up" on Friday night as he walked across the White House South Lawn to presidential helicopter Marine One for the first time since he confirmed he had the deadly virus. Shortly after he was transported to the military hospital in Maryland, Trump tweeted out a video of himself thanking "everybody for the tremendous support. "I'm going to Walter Reed...
    From a campaign stop in Michigan, Democratic nominee Joe Biden wished President Trump and first lady Melania Trump a full recovery after the pair tested positive for the coronavirus overnight. “I’d like to start by acknowledging, which I’m sure all of you do as well, that I’m sending my prayers to the health and safety for first lady and the president of the United States,” Biden told a crowd in Grand Rapids. “My wife, Jill, and I pray that they will make a full recovery. This is not about politics. This is a bracing reminder to all of us that we have to take this virus seriously,” he went on. The former veep said he took two coronavirus tests before deciding to fly to Michigan on Friday after he shared a debate stage with Trump in Cleveland on Tuesday. Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis has brought dramatic upheaval to the presidential race...
    During an October 2 press conference updating Colorado residents about the spread of COVID-19, Governor Jared Polis offered sympathetic remarks about infections suffered by President Donald Trump and other members of the White House staff. But he also made it clear that those living and working in the building had taken unnecessary risks by declining to follow important safety protocols related to the novel coronavirus. "It's important for all workplaces to put strong precautions in place," Polis said from the University of Northern Colorado campus in Greeley amid a tour of Weld and Larimer counties, "and I think the White House didn't have strong enough precautions around mask wearing and social distancing. We want better than that for you and for me." Trump's health was at the top of the event's agenda. After introductory remarks, Polis noted, "I want to express on behalf of Colorado our wishes for all those...
    World leaders including Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted swiftly early Friday to the news that President Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus. Putin sent Trump a telegram wishing him a quick recovery from the illness, which has claimed more than a million lives around the world. “I am certain that your inherent vitality, good spirits and optimism will help you cope with this dangerous virus,” Putin wrote, according to the Interfax news agency, which cited the Kremlin. Netanyahu wished the president and first lady a “full and speedy recovery.” “Like millions of Israelis, Sara and I are thinking of President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump and wish our friends a full and speedy recovery,” he said in a tweet, referring to his wife. On Sept. 15, Netanyahu led an Israeli delegation to the White House for...
    A little more than a month before the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump announced early Friday via Twitter that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus and have begun quarantining themselves.  In response, Vice President Mike Pence tweeted: “Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania.” Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania.— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) October 2, 2020 It is unknown exactly how drastically the test result will affect the president’s campaign activities. For the time being Trump will not be traveling to rallies or fundraising events. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reassured reporters traveling with him Friday to Croatia that he is feeling fine...
    A little more than a month before the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump announced early Friday via Twitter that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus and have begun quarantining themselves.  In response, Vice President Mike Pence tweeted: “Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania.” Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania.— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) October 2, 2020 It is unknown exactly how drastically the test result will affect the president’s campaign activities. For the time being Trump will not be traveling to rallies or fundraising events. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reassured reporters traveling with him Friday to Croatia that he is feeling fine...
    A little more than a month before the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump announced early Friday via Twitter that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus and have begun quarantining themselves.  In response, Vice President Mike Pence tweeted: “Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania.” Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania.— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) October 2, 2020 It is unknown exactly how drastically the test result will affect the president’s campaign activities. For the time being Trump will not be traveling to rallies or fundraising events. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reassured reporters traveling with him Friday to Croatia that he is feeling fine...
    GENEVA (Reuters) - The head of the World Health Organization, a body which U.S. President Donald Trump has savaged for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, on Friday sent his best wishes to Trump and his wife Melania after they tested positive for coronavirus. "My best wishes to President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS for a full and speedy recovery," Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyeusus said in a Tweet. The United States, formerly top donor of the Geneva-based body, has said it plans to withdraw and cut off funding, saying the WHO was too close to China. (Reporting by Emma Farge; Editing by Alison Williams) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Vice President Mike Pence early Friday said he and his wife Karen were praying for a full recovery for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump after they tested positive for coronavirus. “Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump,” Pence wrote on Twitter early Friday morning. “We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump and our wonderful First Lady Melania.” Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS Melania Trump. We join millions across America praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania. — Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) October 2, 2020 Earlier Friday, President Trump confirmed the news that he and the first lady had tested positive for the virus....
    The U.S. economy could have a full recovery of a kind by the end of the year, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis said Thursday. “Very rapid third-quarter GDP growth may put the U.S. economy within reach of a sort of ‘full recovery’ by the end of 2020,” Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said during a webinar for the Global Interdependence Center on Thursday. Bullard suggested that the United States could reach the average level of aggregate national income of 2019 by the end of 2020. Aggregate income is the total of all incomes in an economy without adjustments for inflation, taxation, or types of double counting. “For this to happen, real GDP would have to grow 35% at an annual rate in the third quarter, followed by about 10.3% at an annual rate in the fourth quarter. These are big numbers,...
    Actor and DMDK leader Vijayakanth tested positive for COVID-19 on September 22 and has now been hospitalised at in Miot International in Chennai, stated an official statement from the hospital. The actor-politician is reported to be stable at the moment and is expected to make full recovery soon. MIOT hospital shared an official update on the health of Vijaykanth on Thursday, September 24. It was earlier stated that he was showing mild symptoms and hence was undergoing treatment for the same.SP Balasubrahmanyam Health Update: Son SP Charan Says the Singer Has Started Physiotherapy and Oral Food Intake. As per the hospital statement, “A Vijayakant tested positive for COVID-19 on 22nd September 2020. He is completely stable and admitted in MIOT Hospitals, Chennai. He is expected to make a full recovery and should be ready for discharge soon”. According to the release, the actor-politician had recently visited MIOT Hospital in...
    Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is likely to be in a vegetative state and there is little chance of him ever making a full recovery, according to renowned neurosurgeon Erich Riederer. The German suffered devastating brain injuries in a skiing accident back in 2013 while on holiday in the French Alps and his condition has been closely guarded by his family. Last week ex-Ferrari boss Jean Todt said Schumacher, 51, was still battling to get better. This has raised the hopes of his millions of fans but Riederer, who is not personally connected with Schumacher and was giving an opinion as an outsider, has offered a more bleak opinion of the prognosis.  Michael Schumacher suffered devastating brain injuries in a skiing accident in 2013 Schumacher, pictured with his wife Corinna, is likely to be in a 'vegetative state', says Erich Riederer RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Alexei Navalny, Putin's arch-rival and critic, has been discharged from hospital in Germany after recovering from a failed Novichok poisoning.  Doctors at Charite hospital in Berlin say the politician's health 'has improved to such an extent that acute medical care could be ended' after 32 days in their care.   Medics said they 'consider a full recovery possible' given Navalny's current condition, but cautioned that long-term effects of the poison may take a while to become apparent. Navalny has vowed - via his spokeswoman - to return to Russia to continue his opposition to Putin, though exactly when this will happen is unclear.   Alexei Navalny has been discharged from hospital in Germany after recovering from a failed Novichok poisoning (pictured, Navalny in hospital yesterday with what appear to be scars on his neck, similar to those received by Yulia Skripal after she was also poisoned with Novichok) ...
    University of California system: Dozens of students were inappropriately admitted to schools, state auditor says McDonalds customers are furious over the loss of All Day Breakfast, but workers and franchisees are pushing for it to disappear forever France’s Economic Recovery Stumbles as Covid-19 Cases Surge (Bloomberg) -- France’s economic recovery stumbled this month, with a report showing a decline in activity, demand and employment in the private sector. IHS Markit’s composite Purchasing Managers Index unexpectedly fell to a four-month low of 48.5 from 51.6 in August, with services leading the decline. That’s below the key 50 line and compares with forecasts for a reading of 51.9. The euro extended its decline against the dollar, and was down 0.2% to $1.1681 as of 9:16 a.m. Paris time. © Bloomberg The composite PMI unexpectedly falls to a four-month low The report linked the decline to the rise in coronavirus cases seen...
    Country singer Blanco Brown is in recovery mode after a head-on collision that sent him to the ICU. Earlier this month, the 35-year-old singer was left with "significant injuries" after an accident in Atlanta. Brown was transported to a hospital before undergoing a 12-hour surgery. BLANCO BROWN IN THE ICU FOLLOWING HEAD-ON COLLISION LEFT HIM WITH 'SIGNIFICANT INJURIES' According to a press release obtained by Fox News from his representatives at the BBR Music Group on Monday, the singer is out of the ICU "following an additional 12-hour plus surgery" and is "continuing his recovery in the hospital." Blanco Brown was involved in a serious head-on collision that left him in the ICU, but he is now recovering. (Photo by Leah Puttkammer/Getty Images) "His team of doctors do not anticipate Brown requiring any additional surgeries and expect him to make a full recovery," said the statement. Additionally, Brown's family expressed gratitude for...
    The unemployment rate dropped into the single digits for the first time since March and the economy added 1.4 million jobs in August as a potentially long economic recovery from the early effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continues. "We are still moving in the right direction and the pace of the jobs recovery seems to have picked up, but it still looks like it will take a while — and likely a vaccine — before we get back close to where we were at the beginning of this year," said Tony Bedikian, head of global markets at Citizens Bank, according to Fox Business. "We continue to be optimistic that the economy has turned a corner and that we'll continue to see steady progress."Unemployment drop exceeds expectationsThe unemployment rate dropped from 10.2% to 8.4% in August. Economists had projected it to drop to 9.8%. The unemployment rate was as high...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A week after saying it would take a “miracle” for Jacob Blake to walk again, after the 29-year-old Black man was shot in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, his family said they’re still holding out hope he will make a full recovery. “We’re asking the country and the world to pray for a full recovery. Why ask for half a prayer? We’re going to ask for it all. We want to see little Jake walk out of there,” said his uncle, Justin Blake, as President Donald Trump was on his way to visit Kenosha. Trump is in Kenosha on Tuesday to tour the widespread damage from the weeklong civil unrest that broke out after Blake was shot. While Trump is not scheduled to meet with Blake or his family, he plans to meet with local police to thank them for their service during widespread protests...
    New York (CNN Business)It's been exactly one year since America's manufacturing sector dived into a recession on the back of US-China trade conflict. The recession lasted five months, but factories have roared back since. America's manufacturers reported their best momentum in nearly two years on Tuesday.The mood in the industry hasn't been this good since November 2018, the Institute of Supply Management's August survey showed.The ISM's purchasing managers' index stood at 56 in August, better than economists expected. Any number greater than 50 denotes an expansion in the sector.And, even better, the index for new orders climbed to 67.6, its highest level since January 2004.Last August, the PMI dropped below 50 for the first time in three years, and fell to its lowest level in more than 3.5-years as factories grappled with the fallout from President Donald Trump's trade war. The industry recovered in January, just in time for the...
    (Bloomberg) – MGM Resorts International will lay off about 18,000 employees, more than a quarter of its US workforce before the pandemic, due to the slow recovery of some casino markets. The cuts, while focused on Las Vegas, are taking place across the country, the company said Friday. MGM, the largest casino operator on the Las Vegas Strip, has been struggling to fill its rooms and casinos since Nevada began reopening in early June. Two of the company’s casinos, Park MGM, in Las Vegas, and Empire City, in New York, remain closed. “While we have safely resumed operations at many of our properties and tens of thousands of our colleagues have returned to work, our industry and our country remain affected by the pandemic and we have not returned to full operational capacity,” said Bill. Hornbuckle, CEO, in a memo to staff. The company will continue...
    (Reuters) - Omeros Corp on Monday reported positive results from a six-patient study of its investigational treatment for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome caused by COVID-19. The company said all the six patients, who needed mechanical ventilation before treatment, recovered and were discharged from hospital. A manuscript detailing the results of the study has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Immunobiology, Omeros said. Shares of the company soared 44% to $20.25 in premarket trading. (Reporting by Vishwadha Chander in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun Koyyur) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — German airline group Lufthansa on Thursday reported a net loss of 1.49 billion euros ($1.77 billion) for the second quarter, when the pandemic essentially shut down passenger traffic, and issued a sobering forecast for demand to not reach pre-virus levels before 2024. “Especially for long-haul routes there will be no quick recovery,” CEO Carsten Spohr said in a statement accompanying the quarterly earnings statement. Lufthansa said it carried 96% fewer passengers during the April-June quarter and experienced an 80% drop in revenue, to 1.9 billion euros from 9.6 billion euros in the same quarter a year earlier. Most of that revenue came from the company's cargo and maintenance businesses, not from flying passengers. The company is the recipient of a 9 billion-euro government bailout to enable it to keep flying and says it will emerge from the pandemic as a smaller airline with 22,000 fewer jobs...
    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — German airline group Lufthansa on Thursday reported a net loss of 1.49 billion euros ($1.77 billion) for the second quarter, when the pandemic essentially shut down passenger traffic, and issued a sobering forecast for demand to not reach pre-virus levels before 2024. “Especially for long-haul routes there will be no quick recovery,” CEO Carsten Spohr said in a statement accompanying the quarterly earnings statement. Lufthansa said it carried 96% fewer passengers during the April-June quarter and experienced an 80% drop in revenue, to 1.9 billion euros from 9.6 billion euros in the same quarter a year earlier. Most of that revenue came from the company’s cargo and maintenance businesses, not from flying passengers. The company is the recipient of a 9 billion-euro government bailout to enable it to keep flying and says it will emerge from the pandemic as a smaller airline with 22,000...
              With the “v-shaped” economic recovery taking shape nationwide, Michigan has begun to bounce back from the artificial coronavirus downturn sooner than most of us dared to hope. Despite Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s excessively harsh stay-at-home orders, Michigan regained more than 460,000 nonfarm jobs since the start of May, reducing the unemployment rate by almost a whopping 10 percentage points. Blue collar industries that provide the lifeblood for Michigan’s middle class, such as construction and manufacturing, are doing particularly well — those two sectors alone created more than 180,000 new jobs in May, no doubt fueled in part by the President’s focus on ramping up domestic production of medical supplies needed to confront the invisible enemy. Michigan’s job losses during the pandemic were quite severe, especially compared with other states that allowed citizens a greater degree of economic freedom. We’ve still got a long way to go before we fully recover...
    In the span of three weeks, this pup went from paralyzed to paw-erful. Florida veterinarian Dr. Ali Thompson, 35, rescued a 7-month-old female pit bull named Bunny, who at the time suffered from a severe case of tetanus. Bunny was fully paralyzed from head to tail, had complete lock jaw, and experienced both muscle spasms and seizure-like episodes. Typically, she said, dogs in this advanced state of the illness don’t survive — but after several weeks of round-the-clock, at-home care, Bunny made a full recovery. And, caught on camera, it’s a recovery marked by a healthy-looking Bunny trotting over to Thompson to play, Tampa Bay’s CBS affiliate reported. Thompson and her husband, Matt, rescued Bunny in a critical state — and she remained that way for the next two weeks. “Under most circumstances, patients with her disease severity would be in a 24-hour critical or specialty-care facility,” Thompson told Jam...
    In the span of three weeks, this pup went from paralyzed to paw-erful. Florida veterinarian Dr. Ali Thompson, 35, rescued a 7-month-old female pit bull named Bunny, who at the time suffered from a severe case of tetanus. Bunny was fully paralyzed from head to tail, had complete lock jaw, and experienced both muscle spasms and seizure-like episodes. Typically, she said, dogs in this advanced state of the illness don’t survive — but after several weeks of round-the-clock, at-home care, Bunny made a full recovery. And, caught on camera, it’s a recovery marked by a healthy-looking Bunny trotting over to Thompson to play, Tampa Bay’s CBS affiliate reported. Thompson and her husband, Matt, rescued Bunny in a critical state — and she remained that way for the next two weeks. “Under most circumstances, patients with her disease severity would be in a 24-hour critical or specialty-care facility,” Thompson told Jam...
    Prince Joachim of Denmark will not suffer any long-term effects after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, the royal palace has reported.  On Friday the 51-year-old son of Queen Margrethe, who is sixth in line to the throne, was rushed to Toulouse University Hospital in France, where he was immediately operated on. The procedure was 'successful' and the prince's condition was said to be stable, while his wife Princess Marie, 44, remains by his hospital bedside, according to a Royal Court statement.  Lene Balleby, a spokeswoman for the royal household, said in an official statement yesterday: 'The blood clot in the brain was due to a sudden dissection of an artery, and the hospital's medical team assesses that the risk of recurrence is very small when the artery has healed.'  Prince Joachim of Denmark (pictured in August 2018) underwent emergency brain surgery following a blood clot on Friday...
    Deferment vs. forbearance: Which is best for your student loan? What Is Hill Descent Control? Off-Road Cruise Control Explained Prince Joachim of Denmark Expected to Make Full Recovery from Emergency Brain Surgery Prince Joachim of Denmark is on the road to recovery following emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain. © Provided by People Prince Joachim The 51-year-old royal – who was treated at the University Hospital of Toulouse in France on Saturday – is “expected to be moved from the intensive care unit soon,” the Royal House announced in a statement on Tuesday. “After the recent days of hospitalization and treatment in the intensive care unit, it is now the doctors' assessment that Prince Joachim will not have physical or other consequences as a result of the blood clot,” the statement continues. © Provided by People The Danish royal "will not have physical or other consequences...
    By CHARLOTTE STEFANSKI, The Star Press MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Back in January, Libby Oxley was a normal 24-year-old, trying to complete her master’s degree at Ball State University. Originally from South Bend, she was set to graduate in five months with a degree in student affairs and administration in higher education Libby didn’t expect to die any time soon, but then again, most people don’t. She had her whole life ahead of her. That changed on the night of January 7. Without any issue, she woke up and got ready for work the next morning. At the time, before the COVID-19 pandemic had set in and campus was still full of faculty and students just starting the spring 2020 semester, she worked at the school’s career center. To get to her office, she had to walk up three flights of stairs. “It isn’t out of the ordinary to be...
    Amayas goal gives Cincinnati a 1-0 win over Atlanta Baby-Led Weaning: How to Transition to Solid Food with Less Effort Vox Media to cut 6% of workforce on grim recovery prospects in 2020 By Akanksha Rana Load Error (Reuters) - Vox Media, the owner of New York magazine, is laying off 6% of its staff, as it does not expect a rebound in publishing business to pre-COVID forecasts in the second half of 2020, according to an internal email seen by Reuters. Media companies are hard-pressed with cash flow concerns as they see a drop in advertising revenue since the coronavirus outbreak, forcing many to cut expenses. Vox Media Chief Executive Officer Jim Bankoff said in the email a majority of those impacted by the layoff were employees furloughed in May and would receive health insurance and severance packages. The publisher will bring back about 30% of the...
    Bill de Blasio plaints Black Lives Matter street mural outside Trump Tower Starbucks will become the first national restaurant chain to require all customers to wear masks in stores Royals Adalberto Mondesi reports full shoulder recovery If there’s a single MLB player whose own development could most shape the near-term future of the Royals, it’s probably uber-talented infielder Adalberto Mondesi. Fortunately, he now appears to be fully recovered from a somewhat worrisome shoulder procedure, as MLB.com’s Jeffrey Flanagan reports. © Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Kansas City Royals shortstop Adalberto Mondesi has proclaimed himself fully healthy heading into the 2020 season. When last we checked in on Mondesi, before the pandemic pause, his return to competitive action was delayed by some ongoing soreness. That wasn’t gravely concerning in and of itself, but did highlight the remaining uncertainty. The forced pause appears to have afforded a window of rest and recuperation....
    RIO GRANDE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A bear that was rescued from the East Canyon Fire with burns to its paws will make a full recovery, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The bear has been recuperating at the Frisco Creek Rehab Facility in Del Norte. (credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife) The bear was rescued on June 16, two days after the East Canyon Fire was detected near Mancos in Montezuma and La Plata Counties. The lightning-caused fire burned 2,905 acres. In June, CPW tweeted a video that shows the cub walking around with its paws wrapped in bandages. The bear rescued from the fire on Tuesday is now at CPWs rehab facility in the San Luis Valley. Its going to be OK. Probably 6-8 weeks and will be ready for release. Here is a video of it in a pen yesterday. Sore feet, but its getting around. @COParksWildlife pic.twitter.com/qewWwcjr0s...
    Steve Sarkisian, Alabama Crimson Tide. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Alabama announced that Steve Sarkisian underwent heart surgery last week. Amidst a bevy of concerns on campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian has health problems tied to another issue entirely. Upon his preseason physical last week, Alabama’s medical staff discovered that Sarkisian “needed a procedure to correct a congenital cardiovascular anomaly,” per the University’s official statement. Thankfully, such a serious surgery went on without a hitch, and Sarkisian is in recovery. The Alabama OC should be recovered in time for the regular season, whenever that may be, assuming there aren’t any clear setbacks. pic.twitter.com/2QvrD8YB2n — Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) July 7, 2020 Steve Sarkisian underwent surgery for a congenital heart failure last week.Congenital heart failures typically develop before birth and can change the blood flow in the organ, making it especially dangerous if gone undetected, per...
    The Governor of the Bank of Spain, Pablo Hernández de Cos, has presented the conclusions of the 2019 annual report with an eye to the economic crisis derived from the covid-19 health emergency and its future effects. Among its main conclusions, it stands out that the economic level prior to the coronavirus is not expected to be reached until the end of 2022. “Economic activity has been gradually recovering in recent weeks, but this will not prevent a very sharp drop in GDP in the whole of 2020. In recent weeks, the progress that has occurred in the context of the de-escalation process arranged by the The Government has allowed a certain recovery in activity and employment, which is expected to continue and accelerate in the coming quarters, however, the magnitude of the drop in activity registered in the first half of the year will imply a very sharp...
    By Jonnelle Mars Jun 30 (.) – The US economy is showing signs of a turnaround as business reopens, but the pace of recovery is being slowed by large-scale outbreaks of the virus in some states and it could be years before Get back in top shape, New York Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams said Tuesday. Increases in consumer spending and building permits suggest that economic activity is improving in some areas and that the “low point” of the crisis may have passed, Williams said. Manufacturing activity and small business incomes in hard-hit areas like New York are increasing, he said. “People have been going back to work and the unemployment rate has started to drop,” Williams said according to statements prepared for a virtual event. “Although this improvement is welcome, the economy is still far from healthy and a full recovery is likely to take years to achieve.”...
    June 29 in sports history: A great day for no-hitters Perfectly timed pics will make you laugh out loud One in four US CEOs see full recovery delayed until after 2021 Confidence among U.S. chief executives plummeted to the lowest level since the financial crisis and more than a quarter don’t see conditions at their companies recovering until after 2021 as the coronavirus reverberates through the economy. © Bloomberg A "Face Masks Are Required" sign is displayed inside a store in Houston, Texas. The Business Roundtable’s second-quarter economic outlook index, which measures hiring and capital spending plans as well as sales expectations, slumped by 38.4 points to 34.3 from the previous quarter, the Washington-based lobbying group said Monday. Readings below 50 are consistent with a recession, which the National Bureau of Economic Research said the economy entered in February. Load Error Some 27% see business conditions fully recovering...
    While Marriott International Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) CEO Arne Sorenson believes the economy is starting to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic, he said a full recovery for the hospitality and tourism industries is still very much a long way away. He said it’s becoming clear travelers are more comfortable going to places where the virus is, by and large, under control. But states such as Florida, which is starting to see a dramatic surge in coronavirus cases, and New York City, the virus’ main epicenter in the United States, are likely to see far fewer travelers, which still affects the industry’s overall recovery efforts, he added. New York “will not be the first place where leisure travelers decide to go back because it has a flavor of concentration of people,” Sorenson said during a virtual forum hosted Thursday by the American Hotel & Lodging Association, alongside Maryland Gov. Larry...
    Breaking News — Mexico, Jun 25 . .- The Mexican airline Aeroméxico reported this Thursday that in July it will double its flights compared to June to continue with the reactivation of activities after the strike due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the country . In July, several destinations that had been suspended due to the effects of COVID-19 will be reactivated and frequencies will be increased to cities where operations are already underway, the airline said in a statement. The airline will launch a new route from Monterrey to Tijuana and will also increase the frequency of its flights to the cities of Cancun (Mexican Caribbean), Guadalajara (west) to Tijuana (northwest), Monterrey (north) and Mérida (southeast ). The flights that will be reactivated in July are those that depart from Mexico City to destinations such as Huatulco (south of the country), Zacatecas (north) and Manzanillo (west), and from...
    (CBSNewYork) — Unemployment took a surprising turn in May. The official rate, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday morning, dropped to 13.3 percent, down from its 14.7 percent peak in April. (The actual unemployment rate is likely somewhat higher.) While tens of millions of jobs have been lost during the coronavirus shutdown, some are starting to come back. Last month’s turnaround offers plenty of cause for hope. Unemployment is widely believed to have peaked. First-time applications for unemployment have trended downward from a late-March summit of 6.9 million to 1.9 million last week. (Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, which is aimed at self-employed and part-time workers, have padded weekly totals since the end of May, but the downward trend is the same.) >>READ: Why The Real Unemployment Rate Is Actually Even Worse With the country reopening, people have started returning to work. Temporarily laid-off workers declined by 2.7 million...
    Meaghan Ellis June 16, 2020 0 Comments Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is warning that the United States economy may not fully recover until the public believes the coronavirus is contained. Powell, who testified before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday, explained the number of factors that contribute to the uncertainty surrounding economic recovery. While Powell did note the recent positive employment report, he also warned that the “levels of output and employment remain far below their pre-pandemic levels, and significant uncertainty remains about the timing and strength of the recovery.” Powell continued, “Much of that economic uncertainty comes from uncertainty about the path of the disease and the effects of measures to contain it.”See Powell’s remarks below: He went on to confirm his belief that the economic will not make a full recovery until the American public has assurance that the virus is contained. “Until the public is confident that the...
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