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    Telefónica will confess to the market this Thursday before the opening, however the control zones are so far from the current price levels that in reality it does not matter what the price does. Technical analysis BEAR GAP Short term Medium term Long term We have been talking about the same thing for months in terms of the evolution of Telephone is concerned and I’m sorry to tell you that everything remains exactly the same. Nothing has changed. It is true that some small resistance has been overcome along the way, but nothing more. Resistances that have no implications of any kind within the current bearish background structure, or primary. The vast majority of Ibex stocks have closed, some for quite some time, the weekly bearish gap for March that all titles without exception left during the crash of about a year ago. But...
    Next February 28 is the Andalucia’s day, which is why the Junta has launched a spot that has been severely criticized by the Andalusian PSOE (PSOE-A) despite the fact that these ads have a neutral accent since 2012! That is neither José Antonio Griñán nor Susana Díaz, which now infuriates with this, they put an Andalusian accent to the promotional video for 28F. « When the main criticism of the 28F campaign is the accent of the announcement of the spot, it is that the north has been lost, » he said. Elijah Bendodo, Minister of the Presidency of the Junta de Andalucía, who also recalled that the spot has the same neutral accent as the vast majority of the 28F campaigns of the last decade. You can see the announcements for the last eight years below. All of them without an Andalusian accent and the vast majority with Susana Díaz at...
    JOEY BARTON claims Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson 'is not even in the same stratosphere' as Steven Gerrard and there is 'no comparison' between the two. The 38-year-old left his job as manager of Fleetwood Town last month after his relationship with owner Andy Pilley broke down over the club’s transfer policy and a disagreement regarding Ched Evans’ future. 4Jordan Henderson (centre) captained Liverpool to a first title in 30 years last seasonCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Steven Gerrard is widely-regarded as Liverpool's greatest captain of modern timesCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd The one-capped England international recently appeared on Robbie Fowler’s podcast to discuss his rollercoaster career. That discussion included his infamous training ground bust-up with former Man City team-mate Ousmane Dabo. And in an open and frank interview with the Liverpool legend, the controversial ex-midfielder held nothing back as he revealed QPR were ‘least favourite’ of his former sides. Barton then went...
    NBA : HOME • TR (Turkish) • BSL • Igor Kokoskov: “Our Concentration Was Not In Place, We Donated The Numbers To Tofaş” 2021-02-10T20:36:28+00:002021-02-10T20:36:28+00:002021-02-10T20:36:28+00:00. Life Cost 10 / Feb / 21 20:36 Eurohoops.net Life Cost Igor Kokoskov spoke after the Tofaş defeat. By Eurohoops Team / info@eurohoops.net In the 21st week of ING Basketball Super League, head coach Igor Kokoskov spoke after the match at Fenerbahçe Beko, who lost 81-84 against Tofaş on the court. The words of Igor Kokoskov are as follows:“It was a game we didn’t start very well. Our concentration was definitely not right and we officially gifted the numbers to Tofaş. All matches count, both in the EuroLeague and in the league. We need to show the same importance and care to all of them. We lost a...
    A British lesbian mother is embroiled in an EU court battle after her baby girl was left without a nationality because Bulgaria does not recognise same-sex marriages.  The baby girl was left without a nationality after she was born in Spain to an unnamed same-sex couple from Bulgaria and Gibraltar, and will be at the centre of a test case to be heard by the European Union's top court on Tuesday. Lawyers say Bulgaria has put one-year-old 'Baby S' at risk of prolonged statelessness after refusing to provide a birth certificate and citizenship because of discrimination towards her parents' sexual orientation. The hearing at the Luxembourg-based court is being seen as an important test case for many other so-called 'rainbow families' in Europe who face similar dilemmas. Experts on statelessness say if 'Baby S' cannot acquire citizenship she may not be able to go to school, access healthcare and state...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- In the race to distribute COVID vaccinations, there are new concerns about the access to doses among minority groups.7 On Your Side Investigates was the first to report on diverse communities getting hit the hardest by COVID-19 back in April. It led to changes in how city leaders tackled the virus.Despite the extra efforts to combat the virus, new information shows minorities aren't getting vaccinated at the same rate as white people.We've watched as health care workers, first responders, essential workers and people 65 and over have gotten vaccinated in the Tri-State area. New data shows a majority of them, 48%, have been white.Fifteen percent of recipients were Asian which represents the approximate population, but only 15% of the recipients were Black even though they make up almost a quarter of the local population.RELATED | New NYC COVID data shows "profound problem" with vaccination rate...
    PERNILLE HARDER says she thinks the equality battle in football should be focused on facilities and opportunities rather than on salaries. Harder, 28, said that while men and women's football salaries may never be par, she believes that their academies and training facilities should be on a similar level. 3Harder says the equality fight should be focused on facilities and opportunities for womenCredit: PA:Press Association 3Harder believes women's football shouldn't always be focused on comparing salaries to men's gameCredit: Getty Images - Getty While speaking on Uefa's The Football Podcast, she said: "Equality is having the same facilities and opportunities to succeed as the men’s team. "It’s not equal pay that we’re asking for right now - we want equal opportunities and the respect for what we do every day. "I want to see equal opportunities for young boys and girls. You see a lot of good football academies for...
    Boy or Girl? See Pregnant Celebrities’ Creative Sex Reveals in 2021 Morgan Stanley Traders Drive Earnings Surge for Best Year WNBA star Aja Wilson teared up during her statues unveiling, noting her grandmother was not allowed to walk on the same campus in her youth © Provided by INSIDER A statue of A'ja Wilson now sits outside of Colonial Life Arena. AP Photo/Sean Rayford A'ja Wilson unveiled her statue at the University of South Carolina. The Gamecocks legend and reigning WNBA MVP invoked her late grandmother, Hattie Rakes, through tears during the MLK Day ceremony. Wilson pointed out that Rakes "couldn't even walk on the grounds of the University of South Carolina" as a child, but now that same campus houses a statue of her granddaughter. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The University of South Carolina has forever immortalized A'ja Wilson on its Columbia, South Carolina,...
    A statue of A'ja Wilson now sits outside of Colonial Life Arena. AP Photo/Sean Rayford A'ja Wilson unveiled her statue at the University of South Carolina. The Gamecocks legend and reigning WNBA MVP invoked her late grandmother, Hattie Rakes, through tears during the MLK Day ceremony. Wilson pointed out that Rakes "couldn't even walk on the grounds of the University of South Carolina" as a child, but now that same campus houses a statue of her granddaughter. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The University of South Carolina has forever immortalized A'ja Wilson on its Columbia, South Carolina, campus — the same campus that her grandmother, Hattie Rakes, was forced to avoid as a kid growing up in the segregated southern state. Wilson returned to her alma mater on Monday — Martin Luther King Jr. Day — to unveil a statue sculpted in her honor. And as...
    New York : Andy Ruiz is famous for his taste for the party. Photo: Mark Robinson / Matchroom Boxing The former world heavyweight champion, Andy Ruiz, he has been training with him for several weeks Canelo Team, and has already shown in pictures its progress under the tutelage of Eddy reynoso; However, there are things that the boxer still needs to work on, such as his taste for the party, although according to his coach, Ruiz has everything to show that he is capable of recovering the world title. “Sometimes lazy things are not taken away from people, the naughty, but he is a boy who does want to be a champion again, he has already tried what it is to be at the top and also what it is to lose“, Said Eddy Reynoso in an interview for TUDN. ????Reynoso talks about Andy Ruiz:...
    Murcia has tightened its measures to contain the advance of Covid-19 infections. The president of the region, Fernando López Miras, has announced that as of this Thursday “all social contact without a mask” is prohibited: Thus, all social or recreational gatherings between non-cohabitating people will be prohibited, even in homes and private vehicles. In this way, only the encounters between those who belong to the same family nucleus living together, both indoors and outdoors. This has been made known by the head of the Murcian Executive, in the press conference that he has offered after chairing the COVID Monitoring Commission to analyze the decisions taken in the Interterritorial Health Council. “Stopping this wave of infections can only be achieved in one way: that is why we have decided to prohibit all social contact without a mask, because is what is causing the spread of the disease“, according to López Miras,...
    Changing tiers, cross-border vaccines, contingency plans: News from around our 50 states Pakistan launches new anti-polio drive amid tight security Opinion: Not the same ol Browns, this Cleveland team shows resilience in NFL playoffs PITTSBURGH — Maybe the Cleveland Browns ought to give JuJu Smith-Schuster a game ball. NFL wild-card Sunday overreactions: These are not the same old Browns USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next NFL mock draft 1.0: Patriots find Tom Bradys replacement at quarterback USA TODAY SPORTS Gonzaga sits at the top of the Ferris Mowers Men’s Basketball Coaches Poll USA TODAY SPORTS NFC Week 17 overreactions: Someone finally wins NFC East, no one looks close to Packers USA TODAY SPORTS AFC Week 17 overreactions: Browns end playoff drought, Bills look like playoff juggernaut USA TODAY SPORTS NFL headlines: Browns end...
    Monday, FNC’s Tucker Carlson reacted to the backlash Wall Street Journal op-ed writer Joseph Epstein has faced for an article he penned last week questioning the credential of future first lady Jill Biden. Carlson agreed with Epstein and likened the “doctor” moniker associated with Jill Biden to that associated with soft drink Dr. Pepper and disgraced entertainer Dr. Bill Cosby. Partial transcript as follows: CARLSON: Well, one of the hallmarks of a third-world autocracy is you absolutely cannot under any circumstances make fun of the fake titles of the people in charge give themselves. The Wall Street Journal the other day, broke that rule, and they raised the question, Dr. Jill Biden? What is she a doctor of? We will tell you what happened next. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) WHOOPI GOLDBERG, HOST, “THE VIEW”: I’m hoping Dr. Jill becomes the Surgeon General. Joe Biden’s wife because she’s — you know, he...
    George Russell is making waves since he started driving for Mercedes at the Sakhir GP. He was a late stand-in for his British counterpart, Lewis Hamilton, who fell foul to the deadly Coronavirus. He was outclassing his teammate to lead most of the race before a ‘colossal f**k up’ in the pits cost him the win. This has led many to believe that he could possibly beat seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton in the same car. However, former F1 Race winner and the younger Schumacher, Ralf, is on hand to debunk this myth. He is of the view that if the two were to go toe-to-toe as teammates, Hamilton would outclass Russell. Alluding to his consistency over the past seasons, he said, “The car is of course superior, but I would estimate that Russell would not have a chance in direct comparison with Hamilton. Lewis is just an incredibly consistent driver...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Black Friday traditionally kicks off the holiday shopping season with big sales and a crush of customers. But this year, it’s marred by uncertainty because of the coronavirus pandemic. As CBS2’s Christina Fan reported, the mob dashes, long lines and mayhem that traditionally surround Black Friday are gone. COVID-19 has canceled much of 2020, and it’s also affecting the high holy days of American shopping. “We were actually just saying, ‘Wow it’s Thanksgiving week, and here in the store there was like hardly anybody in there,’ which is probably good,” said one shopper. MORE: Macy’s, Other Major Retailers Remain Closed On Thanksgiving As Shoppers Look Ahead To Black Friday These days, holiday shopping is finding its own new normal. For the first time in decades, Walmart and other major retailers went dark Thanksgiving Day. At Macy’s Herald Square, the only crowds Thursday were families checking out...
    Harvey Weinstein is reportedly being filmed around the clock in prison to ensure he does not meet the same fate as Jeffrey Epstein.  The disgraced financier, 66, was found dead in his cell in August last year while awaiting trial at New York City’s Metropolitan Correctional Center. Bed sheets were found around his neck and his death was ruled a suicide. Now Weinstein, 68, who is serving 23 years in prison for rape, is said to have cameras film his every move at Wende Correctional Facility in upstate New York, TMZ reports.  A correctional officer follows the former Hollywood producer carrying a camera at eye level, according to the website. That's in addition to the standard level of surveillance a prisoner might expect.  Sources say the move is to avoid a repeat of Epstein's prison death but also to avoid any conspiracy theories and criminal liability should Weinstein meet the same fate.   Both...
    The reality star flashed some skin in sheer tights. Kourtney Kardashian showed some skin, and her extensive wardrobe, in a new Instagram upload. The mom of three sizzled in seven photos uploaded on November 19 that showed her going braless under an open blazer. In the first snap, Kourtney left the structured peplum jacket unbuttoned and pulled it together with both hands to cover her modesty. She had her long, dark hair down and gave the camera a kissy face with her eyes closed as she showed off her upper torso. The 41-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star paired it with a high-waisted skirt that featured a thigh-high slit up her left leg. She rocked sheer black stockings that matched her gloves as she ditched the shoes and pointed her toes. The outfit she took off, including chunky sneakers and a lacy bra, seemed to be on the floor...
    Loading the player... Oprah Winfrey revealed her latest interview with former President Barack Obama was filmed remotely, despite the pair appearing to be in the same room. Read More: Nearly 60 staffers to be laid off at Oprah Magazine In a behind-the-scenes post shared on Instagram, the media and entertainment mogul showed the intricate process used to create the façade. Featured on her AppleTV interview series, The Oprah Conversation, Oprah and Obama were on different sides of the country during their intimate conversation. (Credit: Screenshot/Oprah) “He was in D.C., and I was in California, but thanks to the power of technology (and @drewbarrymore) now I may never leave my house,” she wrote on Instagram. According to O Magazine, the green-screen technology used was inspired by Drew Barrymore‘s talk show which incorporated similar production during the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Oprah told the self-named news outlet that she...
    It is alright to pick a side based on which of the two setups, the keyboard or the controller, suits you best. There is nothing wrong with having a preference, although the two communities are almost always at odds with one another. The keyboard warrior community disapproves of console controllers calling them aim assist machine that lacks skill, while the console camp doesn’t think much of these claims. Popular streamer Shroud has his own take on this debate. Also Read: Ninja Believes Dr Disrespect Knows Exactly Why He Was Banned from Twitch  What prominent streamers have to say about this debate High-profile streamers like Ninja dismissed the use of consoles in a competitive environment. Just played with a controller on pc for the second time in two days. I have competed in several games at a competing level on both controller and mouse and keyboard. You cannot tell me...
    People wait in line to get tested for COVID-19 at the Ann Street School COVID-19 Testing Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020. (Photo by Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images) As the nation’s COVID-19 rates continue to climb, one doctor said he fears what the winter has in store if the country cannot all act together to combat the spread. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook told WTOP that he had been hoping the U.S. would be in a better spot controlling the spread of the coronavirus heading into the winter months. “We have over 145,000 cases a day, hospitalizations at more than 65,000, we’ve topped 10 million in terms of total cases and 240,000 deaths,” LaPook said. “Remember at the beginning when we were talking about bending the curve? I think we’re at that same point right now — we’re at this inflection...
    HOUSE Minority Leader Rep, Kevin McCarthy (R-Cali), said Nancy Pelosi will not be House Speaker again if the same number of Democrats vote against her as they did in 2018. McCarthy told Fox News that it would take 10 Democrats to block Pelosi from keeping her post as House Speaker. 4On Thursday, Nancy Pelosi launched a bid to keep her post as House Speaker for another two yearsCredit: Reuters “To become speaker, you have to have 218 votes on the floor. When she went up for that two years ago, there were 15 Democrats who votes against her,” McCarthy told the news station. “Ten of those Democrats will be coming back to Congress. If those 10 vote against her again, she will not be speaker of the House because of the gains of the Republicans.  “We are close enough now that we can control the floor with a few Democrats...
    Ford is recalling more than 375,000 Explorers to repair or replace a a suspension part that can break and cause crashes. Customers will notified beginning Nov. 30, the automaker said, adding that dealers will inspect the vehicles and replace parts if necessary.  The SUVs in the U.S. and Canada from the 2013 through 2017 model years built by Ford in Chicago were connected to 13 crashes causing six injuries. They were sold or registered 22 states -- including New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts -- and six Canadian provinces. Steering control on the vehicles has been reduced by toe links fractured by corrosion, which is common in areas where salt is frequently used on icy roads, the automaker said Wednesday.Toe links give rear tires more weight and traction. This is the second time Ford has had to replace the same part in the Explorers. The automaker three years ago...
    Ghislaine Maxwell has two cameras trained on her inside her prison cell at all times to ensure her safety, a friend of her family has revealed to DailyMail.com. The British socialite, who is accused of recruiting 14-year-old girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse, has one camera on the ceiling of her 9ft by 6ft cell - and another 4ft away from her. Maxwell is being woken up every three hours and searched to ensure she does not meet the same fate as Epstein, who was found dead in his cell while awaiting trial. After three months in the grim Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, Maxwell has finally been given a bra so she can exercise. Previously she was denied one because she was deemed a suicide risk according to Brian Basham, a British PR veteran who has offered to help get Maxwell out of prison. He is part of what...
    The New York Yankees cannot and should not bring back the same team in 2021 By: Daniel Cunningham October 19, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThere are a lot of rumors already flying around about what the New York Yankees will do with the upcoming offseason. This year, the bombers went another year without making it to the World Series. They haven’t tasted a World Series in over a decade. I listened to the words of Brian Cashman and Hal Steinbrenner over the last week. They made their state of the union addresses following another failed Yankees season. One thing that some have mentioned is a possibility is that the Yankees bring back the same team. Well, virtually the same team. Meaning the Yankees would resign DJ LeMahieu and Masahiro Tanaka while doing nothing else. This strategy would fall in line with the belief that...
    Despite a COVID-19 surge, trick-or-treating is still on in 2020. Although the pandemic may not allow a hundred children to stick their grubby hands in the same bowl of candy this year, there are plenty of ways kids can get their sugar fix, show off their costumes and celebrate the spooky season. Here are ten trick-or-treating events happening in Denver and beyond this year: Spookout Shootout World Golf & Sand Creek Golf Course 6865 Galley Road, Colorado Springs Friday, October 16, 5 to 9 p.m. With trick-or-treating stations, hayrides, games and more, this Halloween event will be fun for the whole family. Make sure to wear your best costume to compete in a contest. Admission is $9 per person; children three and under get in free. Purchase tickets at the World Golf & Sand Creek Golf Course website. Can you beat this costume? Butterfly Pavilion Marijuana Deals Near...
    Not much unexpected happened at Governor Jared Polis's press conference/pep rally in downtown Denver on October 15. Polis and a slew of top state officials, joined by First Gentleman Marlon Reis, delivered a common message: Voting in Colorado is easy, reliable and accurate, and everyone who can should participate. Indeed, the closest thing to a surprise was that a member of the GOP — Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman — took a turn at the podium and said the same thing. "As a former Republican Secretary of State, I oversaw a presidential election in 2008," Coffman noted. "I would say that election was secure, was safe, was transparent And I also want to tell the people of Colorado that going into this 2020 election, I have every confidence that this election is transparent, it's safe and secure, and that's under a Democrat Secretary of State." That would be Jena Griswold, who...
    Cooking with hemp might not be as alluring as making weed edibles, but it's much more healthy and sustainable in the long term. And as government restrictions loosen and public knowledge of hemp grows, so does the plant's nutritious legend. Rich in protein, fiber and good fats, hemp is quickly becoming a regular part of plant-based dishes and diets, and has even gained the annoying "superfood" moniker. But how are we supposed to eat it? Shadi Ramey found herself wondering the same thing five years ago. Already a chef for a decade by 2015, she knew how to infuse food with cannabis (she still teaches private cannabis cooking classes), but incorporating hemp into a healthy diet was entirely different. After immersing herself in hemp cooking and even growing the plant for herself, the Boulder-based Ramey has developed a full set of recipes featuring hemp seeds, hearts, oil and protein, among...
    Mutations to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes Covid-19 will not affect the effectiveness of vaccines, a study shows.  The virus has mutated at a critical location since it first emerged in Wuhan late last year, and there were concerns future changes could render vaccines useless.   In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic the dominant guise of the virus was a variant now called the 'D strain'.  However, a mutation at one specific location, called position 614, turned one amino acid from a D (aspartate) to a G (glycine), and this 'G strain' is now dominant.  Viral mutations are common and can make creating vaccines difficult as it causes the virus to change shape, rendering previous vaccines useless, as is the case with seasonal flu.  Researchers were concerned that if this was the case for SARS-CoV-2 a new vaccine would be needed for every time the coronavirus mutated.  However, a...
    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes isn’t sleeping in the same bed as his fiancé. According to Andrew Siciliano, the Super Bowl champion told the media Wednesday that he’s staying in a different bed than his pregnant fiancé Brittany Matthews because of coronavirus concerns. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Mahomes says he and his pregnant fiancé are sleeping in seperate beds with COVID concerns. — Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) October 7, 2020 Mahomes just recently got engaged and revealed that he’s expecting his first child with Brittany Matthews.   View this post on Instagram   ❤️ A post shared by Patrick Mahomes II (@patrickmahomes) on Sep 29, 2020 at 2:51pm PDT What an absolutely crazy time to be alive for everyone. Think about being explained the situation we’re in right now a year ago. Nobody would have listened or believed what they...
    MANCHESTER UNITED ended up in this season’s Champions League Group of Death because of agreement not to play on same night as Liverpool, it can be revealed. United fans were left raging on social media after being drawn with Paris Saint-Germain, RB Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir in Group H. PA:Press Association 3 Man Utd were forced into Group H thanks to a broadcasting rule involving Liverpool AFP 3 Man Utd were drawn into the Group of Death, alongside PSG, RB Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir Some supporters even accused Uefa of ‘fixing’ the draw. But it’s now emerged United’s options were massively limited because of arch-rivals Liverpool and a little-known broadcasting rule. In Thursday’s draw, Uefa followed a procedure that has been in place ever since the Champions League’s 1997 expansion – then to just 24 clubs. Uefa’s deals with broadcasters ensures that clubs from countries with two or...
    We should start here: Oct. 18, 2004, Fenway Park, top of the sixth inning. It is a fundamental part of telling the Red Sox-Yankees story to reference a year earlier, when the Boston manager famously refused to remove Pedro Martinez even as his pitch count crept over 100, even as he began leaking oil, even as it was clear he was exhausted. We know what happened: Pedro was allowed to stay in by Grady Little, the Yankees scored three times as Boston’s relievers warmed up fruitlessly, Aaron Boone happened not long after that, and Little wasn’t so much fired as made to vanish not too long after that. Amazingly, on Oct. 18, 2004, it was happening again. Again! The Sox entered the sixth inning up 2-1, Martinez looking fine. The Yankees loaded the bases with two outs. The Sox somehow had survived elimination the night before when they’d rallied against...
    HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Two of the five men accused of fatally shooting a Mississippi grocery store owner were arraigned in court Friday. Eric “Lil E” Williams and Jatyran “Tug” Tuggle pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit armed robbery and capital murder in the 2019 death of Lisa Nguyen, The Hattiesburg American reported. Nguyen, 59, was shot and killed in July 2019 while working at her family-owned grocery store, Steelman Grocery. Williams and Tuggle's court date was set for March 1. Also charged in Nguyen's death are Stephon “Doonk” Hart and Christopher “Fat Boy” Tyce. Hart faces the same charges as Williams and Tuggle. Tyce was charged with capital murder, attempted murder, possession of a weapon by a felon and conspiracy to commit armed robbery. Jaquarious “Quay” Randle was arrested at the same time as Tuggle but his name is not on the indictment. Nguyen's death was felt throughout...
    ACTRESS Kat Dennings slammed the double standards over Chris Evans’ nude photo leak as fans. The Avengers star went viral at the weekend after he accidentally shared a screenshot of several risqué photos to his social media account.  8Kat Dennings slammed the double standards over Chris Evans’ nude photo leak as fansCredit: Getty Images - Getty Fans rushed to Chris' defense asking people to respect his privacy as he suffers from anxiety and then flooded any Chris social media tags with wholesome pictures of the actor and his dog. The Thor actress tweeted: "The public respect for Chris Evans' privacy/feelings is wonderful. "Wouldn't it be nice if it extended to women when this kind of thing happens?" The Dollface star makes a striking point after 2016's 'The Fappening' - a major hack which leaked alleged nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson and other female stars online. 8The Avengers...
    Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott’s optimism for the return of Pac-12 football hasn’t faded in the 48 hours since announcing the partnership with Quidel on rapid-result Covid tests. “I’m now highly confident we’re going to be able to start in January, at the latest,” Scott told ESPN’s GameDay on Saturday morning. “Whether we could start late-November, early-December, we’ll have to figure out. It’s got something to do with our public health authorities in California and Oregon saying it’s okay and blessing it.” The conference cleared one hurdle: The Quidel tests, conducted the day-of-competition and expected to be available in late September, will prevent asymptomatic players from taking the field. But the Pac-12 still faces daunting local restrictions. Even if Quidel’s point-of-care tests were available tomorrow, the California and Oregon schools would need to satisfy the demands … err, requirements … of their state and local health authorities. And that’s a mystery...
    Citing the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, by way of Sportskeeda, Dave Meltzer has revealed that Jeff Hardy would likely have left WWE along with his brother, Matt Hardy, to join AEW earlier this year if he could have. According to the journalist, the brothers would have stayed together in the same company if the circumstances were different. However, Jeff had time left on his contract by the time Matt’s expired and he had to remain where he currently is. “Both signed on the same day, but Jeff had shoulder and knee surgery and other issues and WWE decreed that he owed them 20 more months and tacked that on. So he couldn’t leave. If Matt didn’t leave when he did, he likely would have been asked to sign for five years and while he did entertain the thought of staying, he opted for more creative control.” Bleacher Report pointed out that...
    Wisconsin Democratic Governor Tony Evers immediately moved to criticize law enforcement officials late on Sunday night after a black man was shot in Kenosha, a city that is only a couple of miles north of the Illinois-Wisconsin border. Evers said in the statement that not all the details of the case were known yet. “Tonight, Jacob Blake was shot in the back multiple times, in broad daylight, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Kathy and I join his family, friends, and neighbors in hoping earnestly that he will not succumb to his injuries,” Evers said in a statement. “While we do not have all of the details yet, what we know for certain is that he is not the first Black man or person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals in law enforcement in our state or our country.” “And we stand against excessive use...
    Inmates in an Arizona prison say they were ordered, sometimes with threats of violence, not to take COVID-19 tests so that officials could artificially present a picture that the facility had the pandemic under control, KJZZ-FM reported. Stephanie Hale-Perry, whose husband is incarcerated in the Yuma prison, says that when it was first announced that the Department of Corrections would be offering tests to the inmates, he called her to express his concerns about getting tested. Specifically, he said that prison officials had met with so-called “heads” — that is, informal inmate leaders — to convince the incarcerated men to refuse to submit to the mandatory tests.   Mario Tama / Getty Images “The inmate leaders in his yard said that all inmates were to refuse the test, otherwise they were going to get a beat-down. The prison administrators told the Heads ‘make sure the people in your building...
    CLAIM: Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) said, “there is absolutely zero difference between voting by mail and voting absentee” at the Democrat National Convention (DNC) on Thursday evening. VERDICT: False. There are major differences between mail-in voting and absentee voting. The two are not interchangeable. Benson said: And let’s be clear, there is absolutely zero difference between voting by mail and voting absentee. Millions of Americans have been voting absentee for decades. Donald Trump, his family, his staff, they all vote by mail. In fact, in states like Colorado, Utah, and Oregon, voters have been voting by mail for years. Republicans and Democrats agree it is safe. Despite Benson’s claim that mail-in voting and absentee voting are the same, they are not, as noted by establishment media outlets like the Washington Post. Universal mail-in voting, as Democrats are advocating in multiple states, does not require a voter to...
    A new poll suggests 39% of black Americans are not confident that they would be treated with respect in an encounter by police.  The figure compares to just 9% of white people who share the view that they would not be treated favorably during an encounter with law enforcement.   It's not clear whether the black American's negative views expressed in the poll are as a result of their own bad experiences or from hearing the experiences of others many of which have been heavily documented in recent years. Out of the group of black Americans who are 'not at all confident' that the police would treat them with courtesy and respect, 59% want them to spend less time in their neighborhood.   But, the survey also revealed that majority of all other black Americans want the police to spend the same amount of time in the areas where they live including those...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Bus ridership is doing well, but the MTA is not charging fares from these passengers yet; on roads, traffic is back with fewer for-hire vehicles and CitiBike is thriving. All this has done little to boost ridership – and revenue – for the MTA, Port Authority or the city Department of Transportation, according to the testimony of leaders from several Tri-State agencies struggling to recover from the the COVID-19 pandemic. DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg says the agency she leads is taking a 12% funding cut that impacts their operations which mostly has fixed expenses and people are just not getting on the Staten Island Ferry at the rates they used to despite returning to the regular programming back in May. “Roadway usage really plummeted and is now back to about 90%...
            by Roger Kimball  Denis Diderot, model of the French Enlightenment that he was, gave memorable expression to that movement’s inveterate anti-clericalism. “Man will never be free,” said the energetic Encyclopédiste, “until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest.” They don’t talk much about kings and priests, but the civilization-hating anarchists of the Black Lives Matter movement would applaud Diderot’s sentiments. Although they sometimes wrap their destructive actions in fine-sounding rhetoric about justice and anti-racism, what they are really about is hate. Recapping Thursday’s madness, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany noted that “A federal agent’s hand was impaled by planted nails, another federal agent was shot with a pellet gun, leaving a wound deep to the bone, and tragically, three federal officers were likely left permanently blinded by the rioters using lasers pointed directly into their eyes.” No wonder Brooks Brothers, Nike, Uber,...
    NOW this is a little bit confusing. Audi is synonymous with quattro, which is short for “advanced four-wheel drive magic” perfected over 40 years. 9With the Audi R8 RWD you’re not the navigator, you’re the pilot You buy one because: A) You can go round significant corners at considerable speeds, and B) It is your insurance policy in winter. So why has Audi turned its flagship R8 supercar into a rear-wheel-drive production car? I’ve absolutely no idea. You’d think it would start with, say, an A4 to take on the BMW 3 Series. But no. The car that needs quattro more than anything has had it stripped out to turn it into a lighter, tail-happy 540hp rocketship. 9The R8 is a car that needs quattro more than anything but has become a lighter, tail-happy 540hp rocketship But do you know what? I liked it a lot. It’s the simplest, cheapest...
    Amid data released on Thursday of a daily record of 63,247 new cases of the coronavirus nationwide, the second time this week new infections reported in a 24-hour period had set a new record, doctors at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center stated that the majority of new COVID-19 cases they are seeing have been in a less vulnerable demographic, young people, and their conditions have not proven to be as perilous. Speaking at a news conference on Thursday, Dr. Graham Snyder, UPMC Medical Director of Infection Prevention, stated that the average age of new COVID-19 patients is under 30. “Our testing data indicates these cases are largely linked to younger people who contracted the virus while traveling or while socializing without masks or proper distance,” said Dr. Snyder, as WPXI reported. Senior Medical Director Dr. Donald Yealy added, “Despite more people testing positive, often younger people, we are not seeing the same...
    Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, predicted there is a likelihood that a coronavirus vaccine will be available in early 2021, but cautioned that it may not be 100 percent effective. Jha told "Fox News Sunday" that he was encouraged by developments in vaccine creation in the U.S., Europe, and China, and but said even if a vaccine is made available, it may not completely immunize people from COVID-19. WHO'S FIRST IN LINE FOR A CORONAVIRUS VACCINE? NEW INFO SHOWS PRIORITIZATION FARUGHT WITH PERIL "Vaccines, I am very optimistic we’re going to have one in early 2021. The challenge here,” Jha said, “is that there are seven-plus billion people in the world. And there is going to be a race to vaccinate everybody, we’re going to need billions of doses." He continued: "And I’m very worried about supply chains, about having enough vials and syringes, and all the stuff."...
    Coronavirus — Many Spaniards already plan their summer vacations. Unless the outbreaks prevent it, the new normality will allow moving between provinces in the summer season and although they will be atypical stays, most look forward to those days off after tough months of confinement caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Of course, when planning where to go on vacation, it will be necessary to be very attentive to the new guidelines established by the autonomous communities for the new normality. In the Canary Islands, according to the conditions imposed by the regional government, Persons who do not live in the same residence may not stay in the same room. Specifically, the document that governs the norms of the new normality published in the Official Gazette of the Canary Islands indicates that in tourist accommodation establishments “The shared use of accommodation units by non-cohabitants will not be allowed.” All day...
    AirPods have already become one of the most popular accessories for iPhone users worldwide, including other devices that go beyond Apple. Even, it is no longer considered as a “simple” technological accessory, but as a fashion accessory. So the EarPods, their wired predecessors, they are increasingly rare. At least, they are no longer seen as much in the ears of the users as in the boxes of the iPhone themselves. With this trend, it is not surprising that Apple wants to remove this accessory from circulation, at least as part of the list of accessories included with the iPhone. And this could happen as soon as in the next generation. Of course, this has already begun to give food for thought, and there are people who already consider the possibility that Apple includes AirPods. However, It does not seem that it will happen in the short term. Although it is...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (KGO) -- More than 42 million Americans have lost their jobs since the pandemic hit. And right here at home, 6 million Californians have filed jobless claims. Yet, nearly three months after losing their jobs, many are still waiting for benefits.The state's EDD wasn't ready for this. It's now looking to hire nearly 5,000 workers to help with a backlog. What's not helping? The confusing rules for getting benefits under a pandemic.RELATED: California unemployment questions? EDD expert answers questions on benefits, job opportunitiesWe told you about James Pacheco of Richmond: "I made no less than 50, 75 calls, two o'clock in the morning, 5 o'clock," he told us.And Alicia Oreabella of Martinez: "The amount of tears that were shed, and sleepless nights -- we're never gonna get past that," she told us.Both suddenly jobless, both hitting brick walls at the EDD...like many others.Karin Melampy of Santa Clara...
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