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    PLANS to lift the Covid lockdown by Easter were canned after Sage scientists warned that it would cause 91,000 more deaths. A plan to reopen outdoor pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops by the Easter Bank Holiday weekend was reportedly considered. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 6Sage scientists warned plans to end lockdown by Easter would cause tens of thousands of deathsCredit: PA:Press Association 6The scientists warned that the NHS would be overwhelmed under the scenarioCredit: PA:Press Association 6Boris Johnson announced the roadmap out of lockdown yesterdayCredit: Getty Images - Getty However, the date was pushed back after experts reportedly said it would cause up to 91,000 more deaths and overwhelm hospitals with Covid patients, the Daily Mail reported. A No. 10 source told the Telegraph that the Easter plan was never official government policy. The source said: "Five different scenarios were modelled, and there was...
    Texas TikTok users capture the destruction from this weeks snowstorm Plane crashes into tractor-tailer at Los Angeles pier, killing pilot President Joe Biden said Friday that once the coronavirus pandemic has been defeated, "we're going to do everything we can to end cancer as we know it." Biden said that two White House offices will be involved in developing an "advanced-research effort on cancer and other diseases." Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the National Center for Health Statistics. © Provided by CNBC President Joe Biden walks with Albert Bourla, Pfizer CEO, right, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, second from right, and Jeff Zients, White House coronavirus response coordinator, as he tours of a Pfizer manufacturing site, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021, in Portage, Mich. President Joe Biden said Friday that once the coronavirus pandemic has been defeated, his administration will target...
    President Joe Biden walks with Albert Bourla, Pfizer CEO, right, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, second from right, and Jeff Zients, White House coronavirus response coordinator, as he tours of a Pfizer manufacturing site, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021, in Portage, Mich.Evan Vucci | AP President Joe Biden said Friday that once the coronavirus pandemic has been defeated, his administration will target another deadly disease: Cancer. "I want you to know that, once we beat Covid, we're going to do everything we can to end cancer as we know it," Biden said in a speech after touring Pfizer's massive coronavirus vaccine manufacturing site in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the National Center for Health Statistics, with nearly 600,000 people dying of cancer in 2019. Almost 1.9 million new cancer cases will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2021, American Cancer Society researchers estimate....
    White House warns against loosening COVID restrictions as states do just that Radioactive? Neera Tanden, Bidens pick for budget chief, tries to win over critics on left and right Ashley Benson and G-Eazy Split After Less Than a Year of Dating: It Didnt End Well © Provided by People Jason Merritt/WireImage; Joe Scarnici/Getty Ashley Benson and G-Eazy Ashley Benson and G-Eazy have parted ways. The couple split after less than a year of dating, a source tells PEOPLE. The Pretty Little Liars star and the "Provide" rapper, 31, first sparked dating rumors last spring. "It didn't end well," the source says. Reps for Benson and G-Eazy did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's requests for comment. News of their breakup comes after eagle-eyed fans noticed that Benson no longer follows G-Eazy on Instagram. In addition, the musician, born Gerald Earl Gillum, deleted the birthday tribute he posted on her...
    (CNN)Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley has called on the country "to address the evil and scourge that is White supremacy," one month after pro-Donald Trump rioters stormed the US Capitol."One of the images that I'm haunted by is the Black custodial staff cleaning up the mess left by that violent White supremacist mob," the Massachusetts Democrat told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union" Sunday, reflecting on her experience on Capitol Hill during the deadly siege on January 6. "That is a metaphor for America. We have been cleaning up after violent, White supremacist mobs for generations and it must end."Flags, signs and symbols of racist, White supremacist and extremist groups were displayed along with Trump 2020 banners and American flags during the insurrection last month. It took such a "harrowing and traumatic" event, Pressley told Tapper, for many Americans to begin to recognize the threat of White supremacy.Trumps second...
    New York : Signal got its app downloaded by 7.5 million users in 4 days. Photo: Edward Smith / . The applications Signal and Telegram, rivals of WhatsApp, received a big boost after the messaging app announced Wednesday that it would share some of the user data with Facebook, its parent company. WhatsApp informed users that they would have to agree that Facebook and its affiliates will collect WhatsApp data, including phone numbers and locations before February 8 or they will lose access to the application. Since then, WhatsApp has clarified that this only affects users outside the European Union and the United Kingdom, ensuring that the change “does not affect in any way the privacy of your messages with friends or family.” Data analytics company applications Sensor Tower show that Signal, an encrypted messaging service, saw a huge increase in the number of users...
    Joe Biden aimed his message directly to President Donald Trump on Wednesday afternoon as supporters of the president broke into the U.S. Capitol building. In a video address from Wilmington, Delaware, Biden implored Trump to condemn the actions of his followers, who broke into the building to stop the process of Congress formally approving Biden’s election victory. “The scenes of chaos at the Capitol do not reflect a true America. Do not represent who we are. What we’re seeing are a small number of extremists dedicated to lawlessness. This is not dissent, it’s disorder. It’s chaos. It borders on sedition, and it must end now. I call on this mob to pull back and allow the work of democracy to go forward,” Biden said, speaking from Wilmington, Delaware. “At this hour, our democracy’s under unprecedented assault, unlike anything we’ve seen in modern times. An assault on the citadel of liberty,...
    BORIS Johnson tonight declared his Brexit deal allows the UK to have its cake and eat it — after MPs overwhelmingly backed it in a historic Commons vote. They ended years of wrangling over Europe by voting 521 to 73 in favour of the PM’s last-ditch Brexit deal. ⚠️ Read our Brexit live blog for the latest news & updates 5Boris Johnson said his Brexit deal allows the UK to have its cake and eat itCredit: Crown Copyright Four years, six months and seven days after Britain voted to leave the EU, Mr Johnson said the UK would finally take control of its “national destiny”. Tory MPs hailed it as the end of the “battle for Brexit” and praised Mr Johnson for “saving our democracy”. Meanwhile Mr Johnson hit back at Remainer critics who had insisted he was being too ambitious in talks. He told the BBC: “People said...
    The former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said meeting Operation Warp Speed's goal of vaccinating 20 million Americans by the end of the year is 'unrealistic'.   It was revealed on Saturday that nearly 2 million people have been vaccinated as cases in the US surpass 19 million Sunday and more than 118,000 Americans remain hospitalized.  During an interview on CBS's Face the Nation Sunday, Dr Scott Gottlieb was asked to give his thoughts on the pace at which vaccinations are being administered.  'Well, the pace is slower than what was stated. I think it's probably realistic to think that the pace is going to be a little bit slower, especially as we try to move through hard to vaccinate populations next month,' Gottlieb said.  'I suspect there's more than a million (more) who have been vaccinated. There's a lag in reporting. But the idea that we're going...
    Pfizer's CEO admitted he wasn't sure his company would be able to make coronavirus vaccines available as quickly as they have, with the first doses given in the U.S. on Monday morning.  'I was hoping, and aspiring and I was driving everything so we could do it, but deep inside me, I thought it was a very stretch goal and there is a small possibility to make it, but we made it,' Bourla said on Squawk Box.   Pfizer developed and distributed the first COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. within just 11 months of scientists working out the genome of the new virus to base the shot on.  A New York nurse became the first American vaccinated on Monday morning. Vaccines are slated to arrive in all 50 states Monday morning, and Pfizer's first 2.9 million doses of vaccine will be distributed cross the country beginning today.  The development of Pfizer's...
    IKEA has announced that it will no longer produce its product catalogue after 70 years of publication. The Swedish home furnishing retailer confirmed earlier today that its current edition of the catalogue, distributed from summer this year, will be the last. The decision was made as part of the company's ongoing ambition to become a more digital and accessible business. IKEA confirmed earlier today that its current edition of the catalogue (pictured), distributed from summer this year, will be the last It was not until 1988 that the UK received its first IKEA catalogue (front cover pictured) and, in 2000, the retailer launched a digital version of the catalogue to complement the pages in print IKEA's first catalogue, which featured an MK wing chair on the front cover, was distributed in 1951. The initial book, which was in Swedish, was 68 pages long and was printed across  285,000 copies.  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    A WOMAN took to TikTok in search of the mystery hot guy who she says left a sweet message on her lost phone. The besotted singleton, from Australia, reportedly lost her phone at a music festival in 2018, but it was found by the bloke and his friend who gave it to security. 5The lovestruck Aussie took to TikTok in search of the mystery blokeCredit: @vodkalimesoda/Tiktok Before handing it over, the "hottie" left a message on her phone which she later used to track him down. She was so taken by the handsome bloke that she put a call out on TikTok to find him - but was left "disappointed" by the result. Within a day of asking TikTok to help her on her quest for love, the woman found her mystery man, but as it turns out, he's currently "seeing someone" and not looking to...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday the state would get 170,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine on December 15 if both the FDA and his own panel of experts deem it to be safe.  Cuomo previously announced that he would set up his own independent panel of experts to review the FDA's finding because of the heightened political climate that surrounds the vaccine development.  Many are suspicious that the vaccine was rushed out unsafely to try to win the election for President Trump.  Some others do not believe in the virus at all and think it's a hoax.  Cuomo said on Wednesday that his panel would prove whether or not it was safe for everyone, no matter their politics or beliefs. Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Cuomo said: 'We hope for flattening of the increase, mid January.  'We then turn to how effective is the vaccination...
    Donald Trump Jr. has cast suspicion over the timing of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine 'breakthrough' which was announced on Monday two days after the election was called for Biden.  Pfizer revealed on Monday that its vaccine was 90 percent effective among study participants and that it would produce 1.3billion doses- enough to treat 650million people - by the end of the next year.  The breakthrough was unexpected given the company's CEO's previous remarks that it would be towards the end of the month before they had significant data to submit to the FDA for emergency authorization.  In September, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla promised that they would know whether or not the vaccine was effective by the end of October, a deadline that fit with Trump's promise to find a vaccine that worked before the November 3 election.  Efficacy is one of three components he said the company had to consider when...
    German model Nicole Poturalski faces up to the end of relationship with Hollywood hunk Brad Pitt. The 27-year-old married beauty was first linked to the star, 56, when they were seen boarding a private jet together back in August. 5German model Nicole Poturalski faces up to the end of relationship with Hollywood hunk Brad PittCredit: Carly Dame/Triangl Swimwear 5Nicole was first linked to Brad back in AugustCredit: Splash News Onlookers said the pair were behaving like “lovestruck teenagers” and couldn’t keep their hands off each other. However, less than three months later, a source claimed on entertainment website ET neither of them took the relationship seriously and decided to end it. Earlier this week she told fans on social media: “I flirt with life..over and over again…” They first met at a party in her native Berlin last year, following the premiere of his movie Once Upon a Time… in...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A teenager was shot to death and his friend was injured in an attempted robbery Wednesday in Brooklyn. Now, the search is on for the gunman. The victim’s family is waking up in anguish and asking for privacy as they cope. Meanwhile, the neighborhood is still in disbelief. “It was really fast, pop pop pop pop pop pop pop,” neighbor Kaossa Doumbe said. A teenager was shot to death and his friend was injured in an attempted robbery Wednesday in Brooklyn. (CBS2) The sound of gunshots, the feeling of fear and the sight of an afternoon deadly shooting are clogging Doumbe’s mind. “About six to seven shots, it just woke me,” she told CBS2. It left her heartbroken when she learned the victims are teenage boys. Police say 17-year-old Derek Tiucios and a 16-year-old got into a struggle with a suspect who was trying to rob...
    Perhaps they noticed that cases of coronavirus are spiking in multiple states. A White House spokesperson on Wednesday walked back a statement claiming Donald Trump's first-term accomplishments included "ending the COVID-19 pandemic." Alyssa Farah, White House communications director, said a Tuesday news release from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy was "poorly worded." "The intent was to say that it is our goal to end the virus. But what I would say is this: because of the President's leadership, we are rounding the corner on the virus," said Farah.
    Fast forward to 2020, and there is little comfort to be found in the Poverty Clock anymore. The global number now ticks back and forth, erratically, like a clock that has lost its battery. If a website could go insane, it might look like this. From a 2019 low of 590 million, the number of people in extreme poverty has ballooned to 713 million — erasing all the gains made since 2015. Up to 150 million will have slipped below the $1.90 line before the COVID-19 pandemic is over, according to the World Bank’s latest estimate. (In April, before it started doing phone surveys, the World Bank estimated the number would be closer to 49 million.) To even have a chance of meeting the 2030 goal, the global economy would have to recover in 2021 and grow at an unprecedented rate of around 8 percent per year for the...
    Coca-Cola announced that it will no longer be producing Tab after making the fizzy drink for more than 50 years. The company shared that it will retire Tab diet soda and other “underperforming products” by the end of 2020, per Fox Business News in a piece published Friday. (RELATED: Woman Drilled In Groin By Seltzer Can In Painful Video) Coca-Cola announces it will soon stop making these fizzled-out products https://t.co/VyxnDRqkhT — FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) October 16, 2020 Coca-Cola started producing Tab in 1963, opting to use saccharine as an alternative sweetener. It has slowly reducing production over the years. The piece noted that the diet soda has been struggling up against other Coke products, including Diet Coke. As recently as 2017, Coca-Cola‘s first diet drink accounted for less than 0.03% of Coca-Cola’s sales, per the outlet. According to the report: Other national brands getting the boot include ZICO coconut...
    CHICAGO — The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the Trump administration effort to move up the end of the Census, cutting the once-in-a-decade count short rather than continuing until the end of the month. The order, with one dissent from Justice Sonia Sotomayor, formally pauses the population count. After the ruling, the Census Bureau announced it would officially end at 5 a.m. Friday — two weeks earlier than a deadline set by the agency in April. The last chance to fill out the census online is before the 5 a.m. Friday deadline. Phone responses are still being taken, according to a news release by the Census Bureau. For details, phone numbers and language options, click here. Mail responses must be postmarked by Thursday. Census participation helps determine federal funding for critical services including education, child care, workforce training and health care.  The case made its way up the...
    Former NFL superstar Vernon Davis has told DailyMailTV that winning Dancing with the Stars would be akin to winning the Super Bowl. Davis, who won Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos in 2016, danced for the first time on the hit show when it kicked off last Monday night. He impressed with a sensual foxtrot with partner Peta Murgatroyd - described by judge Bruno Tonioli as 'sizzling' - and earned enough points to make it into the second week of the competition. And in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV the football hunk gushed about the blonde beauty on his arm. He said of New Zealand-born Australian Peta: 'She's the most unbelievable person I've ever met. She's very patient, she's a good teacher and just one of those types of people that you want to be around all the time. 'She's just a joy to be around. We have so...
    HOUSTON, Texas -- If you're looking for authentic Texas barbecue, it's hard to beat Lenox Bar-B-Q in Houston's East End. The local favorite has a unique history. It was founded in 1946 as Lenox Cafe but three years later, a machinist won the restaurant in a game of dice.He transformed it into a barbecue spot and is even credited with introducing the rotisserie-style pit to the barbecue scene. It wasn't long before Lenox Bar-B-Q became one of the best-known barbecue joints in all of southeast Texas.More than 70 years after it was founded, Lenox Bar-B-Q is still serving up some of the best-smoked meats in Houston. The go-to eatery is known for its custom cooking operation and can smoke up to 2,600 pounds of brisket at once!
    Ivanka Trump says she is willing to appear on The View to take a COVID-19 vaccine because she 'trusts the FDA' after the show's co-host Joy Behar vowed not to take it until after the First Daughter does.  Behar on Wednesday had dismissed President Donald Trump's earlier claims that a coronavirus vaccine would be available soon.  The co-host suggested she wouldn't trust a vaccine that had been made so quickly and vowed not to take it until after Trump's daughter did.    'He will push anything to get reelected. Don't fall for it,' Behar said on The View. 'And by the way, I will take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it.'  Ivanka hit back on Thursday and committed to taking a vaccine on the daytime talk show once it's available.  'Deal @JoyVBehar. I would come on your show to do so,' Ivanka tweeted. 'I trust the FDA and so should all Americans....
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says indoor dining can resume in New York City at the end of the month just one day after saying it couldn't be done.
    The View co-host Joy Behar claimed on Wednesday that she won’t take the coronavirus vaccine until “after Ivanka takes it” — referring to President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump — after the president boasted that the vaccine will be available by the end of the year. In response to Trump saying that the vaccine will be ready “very, very soon, by the end of the year, but much sooner than that perhaps,” Behar declared, “As far as the vaccine is concerned, I’d like to inform America — in case we don’t know this because I looked all this up for you — the mumps vaccine took four years, the polio vaccine took twenty years, and the smallpox vaccine took a few centuries.” “It was developed initially in 1796, when they started to think about it, and it became useful in the 1950s. Okay?” she explained. “It is not a...
    Portland's Democrat mayor has announced that he will be moving home after his condo in an upmarket area of the city was repeatedly targeted by protests which have been ongoing for months.  Ted Wheeler sent an email to other people living in the Pearl District block where his two-bed, $840,000 condo is located after activists lit fires outside the building, set off fireworks and blared music to 'celebrate' his 58th birthday on Monday night. Wheeler apologized for 'the fear that you are experiencing due to my position' before announcing his move, saying it is 'best for me and for everyone else's safety.' Meanwhile Portland's police chief urged political leaders to 'draw a line in the sand' and 'put and end' to violent behavior, warning that the attacks are 'escalating'.  Ted Wheeler, the Democrat mayor of Portland, has told neighbors he will move out of his $840,000 condo in an upmarket...
    Relationships are uncertain in the entertainment business. As we sometimes see a celebrity couple happy in each other arms and the next moment we hear that they are no more together. Talking on the same lines, the latest news doing rounds in the tinsel town is that Miley Cyrus and boyfriend Cody Simpson have called it quits. Yep, as per a report in E! News a source has confirmed the breakup development to the portal. However, there has been no official confirmation from the stars yet. This sad news comes just before the launch of Miley’s upcoming single from her forthcoming album, ‘Midnight Sky‘. Is Miley Cyrus Upset With Cody Simpson after His ‘Not Ready for Marriage’ Statement? The report elaborates that it was Cody who initiated the split a few weeks ago and that’s how their romance has come to an end. However, the reason behind the couple saying...
    The book ‘Brothers in Arms’ honors hundreds of US families such as the Arámbula brothers, whose military origins date back to Pancho Villa José “Joe” Arámbula and Joaquín “Jake” Arámbula, brothers of Mexican blood in the United States Army, they intended to meet up sometime during WWII on European soil, where their assignments had kept them away from each other. In the winter of 1944, Joe was writing letters to his younger brother from somewhere on the Old Continent, but again and again they were returned with a stamp in red that he did not understand: “Deceased”. Eventually, Joe understood that his brother Jake had died in the war, sadly the same fate as another brother of his, Manuel, the oldest of the three. Dramatic stories like that of the Arámbula brothers have finally been told and are in a book titled ‘Brothers in Arms’ by author Kevin Callahan, which...
    Far-left activists entered a Portland suburb on Saturday where they traveled to a local police precinct before being forcibly chased out of the area by law enforcement officials. “Portland Police have directed people to stay off the property at the Penumbra Kelly Building property. Anyone who enters the property may be subject to force or arrest,” Portland Police tweeted. “People in this unlawful assembly have thrown glass bottles at Portland Police and directed lasers at them. Anyone who does not disperse may be subject to force or arrest.” People in this unlawful assembly have thrown glass bottles at Portland Police and directed lasers at them. Anyone who does not disperse may be subject to force or arrest. — Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) August 2, 2020 Approximately 200 leftist activists showed up at the facility, which is part of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. “Antifa gathered in a residential area of...
    After his first test in an Indy car, Jimmie Johnson is convinced and said he wants to do this ‘more than ever before’. Johnson had always wanted to race in the IndyCar Series. It was a childhood dream of sorts for the NASCAR giant. He had scheduled an initial test with McLaren, which was called off when sports across the world came to an abrupt halt due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Last month, he was diagnosed with COVID-19 and a test with Chip Ganassi Racing was pushed, which finally took place on Tuesday. Jimmie Johnson excited about a foray into IndyCar In a telephonic interview with The Associated Press, Johnson said, “It only lit the fire more. I want to do this more than ever before. It was something new, something different. “NASCAR has been so good to me and I am so proud of the success I’ve had. But...
    Former grave digger-turned-'cult leader' Chad Daybell has spent the past several years preaching that the end of the world would take place today - July 22, 2020.  It's likely he didn't predict that he'd be spending his Doomsday like this: locked up in an Idaho jail on charges for helping conceal the remains of his wife Lori Vallow's children, Joshua 'JJ' Vallow and Tylee Ryan.  The twisted mystery surrounding the disappearance of Lori's kids reads like an over-the-top Hollywood movie script: two children vanished, at least three other suspicious deaths of family members, bizarre religious beliefs about the Second Coming of Christ and countless questions that may never be answered.  One of the most elusive characters at the heart of the case is Chad, whom Lori married nearly two months after seven-year-old JJ and 17-year-old Tylee vanished in September 2019.   Chad has been described as many things: a cult leader,...
    The Baltimore Police Department on Thursday released bodycam footage of an officer-involved shooting. What are the details? The incident took place on July 1 when police visited the suspect's home after a caller — later identified as the suspect's mother-in-law — said he was having a psychological episode. At the home, police encountered Ricky Walker Jr., who was clearly agitated and in an erratic and delusional state of mind. When police officers and medics arrive at the home, Walker's mother-in-law warns that he is being "highly" combative and is armed with a gun. Officers carefully approach Walker, who is in the home's basement with his wife, and attempt to defuse the situation while medics remain on standby outside the family home. Bodycam footage captures the conversation between Walker and the officers, in which he rants about "real life" versus being "on camera." "Y'all can't kill...
    The stepmother of fired Atlanta cop Garrett Rolfe is breaking her silence and defending him saying the 'horrible war on police officers' needs to end, as she reveals she was axed from her job in a 56-second phone call after he was hit with charges.   Melissa Rolfe says that after her stepson shot Brooks twice in a Wendy's parking lot during a botched arrest attempt on June 12, her employers initially told to take six to eight weeks of paid time off to be with her family.  But she lost her job as the human resources director of Equity Prime Mortgage in Atlanta days later on June 18. Rolfe says she'll never work for the company again and says she was fired in a 'political move' for supporting her stepson.   'I would say withhold your judgement…Let the truth come out,' Rolfe said to Fox News on Tuesday, revealing she believes...
    The $600 weekly unemployment benefit received by Americans who are made jobless during the COVID-19 pandemic will 'disappear nearly a week earlier than expected', according to USA Today.  The benefit was included in the CARES Act passed by Congress back in March in a bid to mitigate the financial fallout from the coronavirus crisis.  The $600 payments were largely believed to end on July 31 - but a technicality in the fine print means payments may not be made for the final days of the month.    The CARE Act states that the benefits will end 'on or before July 31', which is a Friday.  However, unemployment benefits are paid by states with a weekly end date of Saturday or Sunday.  USA Today concludes that means people will be ineligible for payment after Saturday, July 25 or Sunday, July 26.  If the government does not make an amendment, it will be...
    Uncle Ben's rice has announced it is 'evolving' its brand and will redesign its packaging in response to concerns about racial stereotyping - hours after Quaker revealed it was scrapping the Aunt Jemima name.   Parent company Mars, Inc on Wednesday revealed it was following suit in 'helping to put an end to racial bias and injustices', by making changes to its branding which features a black rice grower as its logo. 'As we listen to the voices of consumers, especially in the Black community, and to the voices of our Associates worldwide, we recognize that one way we can do this is by evolving the Uncle Ben's brand, including its visual brand identity,' spokeswoman Caroline Sherman said in a statement.   The company did not specify how or when the changes will be made, but said it is considering 'all possibilities'.  Uncle Ben's rice will 'evolve' its visual brand identity, which has...
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