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Duranice Pace, a singer who was part of the gospel group the Pace Sisters, died on Thursday, her family announced. She was 62. On Jan. 5, the Pace family announced that she had been hospitalized. They did not provide any details for why she was hospitalized. “Please keep the prayers, support and love coming as […]
City heavyweights said the ruling was a “validation” of the FCA and law firms’ hard work on behalf of small businesses
Driven by remote work and changing commute patterns, home sales skyrocketed last year, with the National Association of Realtors predicting that the total volume when fully calculated will be the highest in 14 years. According to the company, it is now underwriting $3 billion per month in mortgage loans, and that’s led to huge VC interest, including most recently a $200 million round a few weeks ago led by L Catterton at a $4 billion valuation. One of those new hires is Diane Yu, who is joining the company as CTO to lead engineering and technical strategy.
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Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho said he has not had "one second" of discussion about the possibility of Gareth Bale extending his loan spell beyond the end of the season. Welshman Bale's return to Tottenham on loan from Real Madrid was greeted with great excitement but his impact has been minimal and he has spent most of his time on the bench. Asked about Bale's future on Friday, ahead of his side's Premier League clash with Sheffield United on Sunday, Mourinho offered up no hints regarding Bale's situation.
Since a 1-0 loss to Arsenal in November, United have been unbeaten in 11 games and have dropped only four points to move to the top of the standings -- three points above Liverpool. United are top of the league after New Year's Day for the first time since Alex Ferguson's final league title win in 2013 but Solskjaer said he was not reading too much into their position after 17 games.
Portugal began the first day of a new lockdown on Friday with businesses closed and most people confined to their homes, although parents were able to take their children to school. Schools will remain open this time around, but some parents were nervous about the decision, which Prime Minister Antonio Costa said was based on studies showing that schools were not a major point of contagion. Portugal reported a record 159 COVID-19 deaths on Friday and cases reached their second-highest level since the start of the pandemic at 10,663.
Iconic basketball-themed game “NBA Jam” will be the focus of a new documentary. Initially released more than 25 years ago as an arcade game, it shattered records by earning more than $1 billion in quarters, becoming a memorable piece of pop culture. BestCrosses Studios, the production arm of the basketball-themed social media platform BestCrosses created […]
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Canada said on Friday that Pfizer's decision to temporarily cut shipments of some COVID-19 vaccines was unfortunate but should not hit its inoculation program. Pfizer said it would slow production in late January to early February due to changes to manufacturing processes to boost production. Anand said that despite the delay, Canada was still on track to offer vaccines to everyone by the end of September.
French prosecutors said Friday they have opened a probe into alleged influence-peddling against former president Nicolas Sarkozy, adding a new legal woe for an ex-leader already mired in judicial troubles.
A strong earthquake hit Indonesia’s Sulawesi island on January 15, killing at least 42 people, the country’s National Disaster Management Agency said.The Jakarta Post reported that thousands of residents fled their homes for higher ground when the 6.2-magnitude quake struck 6 km (3.7 miles) northeast of the town of Majene.At least 300 homes and two hotels were destroyed, as well as a hospital and the office of a regional governor, Reuters said, citing local authorities.Aerial footage shared by Nurdin Abdullah, governor of South Sulawesi, shows the scale of the damage in Mamuju province caused by the earthquake. The footage also shows the governor checking on people affected by the earthquake. Credit: Governor of South Sulawesi via Storyful
Manchester United and England great Wayne Rooney ended his illustrious playing career on Friday to take up the job of managing Championship side Derby on a full-time basis.
It’s been found that people across the world are likely to say yes to getting a COVID-19 vaccine, but trust levels vary when it comes to where it’s been developed. An international survey of nearly 19,000 people conduct by the polling company YouGov found that the public became more wary of shots made in China or Russia than those developed in Germany or the United States. The overall results were shared exclusively with Reuters and showed that 73% of Britons and 70% of Danes were the most willing to take the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them. Conversely, more than a third of people surveyed in Poland and almost half in France - 37% and 48% respectively - said they would say no to the shot if offered it. In the United States, just less than half of those polled said they would be willing to have the vaccine. The survey also asked about views on compulsory vaccines - a policy being discussed by some governments to boost the population's immunity. It was most popular in India at 77%, but only backed by 29% of Americans. Previous studies have found that conspiracy theories and misinformation fuels mistrust and raises concerns of not enough overall uptake to fully protect communities from the disease. Friday's (Janaury 15) YouGov poll found that despite many who said they would not take the COVID-19 vaccine now, most gave their reason as preferring to wait and see if the vaccines were safe, showing that relatively few were driven by entrenched "anti-vaxxer" views.
Shares of Spotify took a hit after analysts at Citi downgraded the stock because the audio-streaming giant hasn’t shown “any material benefit” from its $800 million-plus investment in podcasting content and tech. Spotify’s stock price fell more than 5% in morning trading Friday, outpacing smaller declines in the broader market. In 2020, shares of the […]
The European Union's drug regulator said Friday that COVID-19 vaccine documents stolen from its servers in a cyberattack have been not only leaked to the web, but “manipulated" by hackers. The European Medicines Agency said that an ongoing investigation into the cyberattack showed that hackers obtained emails and documents from November related to the evaluation of experimental coronavirus vaccines. The medicines agency, which regulates drugs and medicines across the 27-member EU, had troves of confidential COVID-19 data as part of its vaccine approval process.
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A special capsule collection between Spanish luxury fashion house LOEWE and Studio Ghibli will transport you to the world of the animated film, 'My Neighbour Totoro'.