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    President Joe Biden acknowledged Wednesday he did not know about the infant formula shortage soon enough. “I don’t think anyone anticipated the impact of the shutdown of one facility,” Biden said to reporters when asked why he did not act sooner to help end shortages. Biden spoke to a group of baby formula producers during a live video event on his imitation White House set across the street from the actual White House in an attempt to demonstrate his commitment to solving the problem. But Biden said he did not realize the problem until early April, even though formula-producing executives had sent messages to realtors warning of potential shortages. “They did, but I didn’t,” he said shortly, referring to the CEOs. NBC News reported Tuesday that Biden was upset with his staff. One executive said they knew right away that the Abbott formula plant closure in February would be a problem. “We knew from the very beginning this would be a very serious event,” the executive said. Despite Biden’s assertion that he was taking the crisis seriously, he did not...
    Kim Kardashian has gushed that she's “at peace” with her boyfriend Pete Davidson. The KUWTK star opened up about their “very happy” relationship in a new interview for an ABC News primetime special.  5Kim Kardashian has said she’s ‘at peace’ with Pete DavidsonCredit: ABC 5The two have been dating for over six months nowCredit: Splash Speaking to Robin Roberts, the 41-year-old said: “I am a relationship kind of girl for sure, and I wouldn’t be with someone if I didn’t plan on spending a lot of my time with them."  Whereas her sister Kourtney, 42, recently had a Vegas wedding following a six-month engagement to Travis Barker, 46, it appears Kim is taking things a little more slowly with 28-year-old comedian Pete. She added: “Obviously I wanna take my time, but I’m very happy and very content." Other members of the Kardashian family also weighed in on the relationship. READ MORE SUN STORIESDAD JOKES Kim & Pete's fans think he'll be the 'BEST dad' after suspecting she's pregnantTHE REAL SCEET Inside Scott & Pete's bromance as comic visits star in...
    PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (CBS) — Schools in the tri-state area were on high alert Friday after a dangerous TikTok trend encouraged students to post threats of school violence. While Pennsauken police found no credible threats at the high school or in the district, many parents weren’t take any chances Friday, opting to keep their students home from school. READ MORE: Penn Medicine Joins Forces With City, State Leaders To Address Philadelphia's Gun Violence Epidemic“50% of our high school students are absent and 50% of our middle school students are absent today,” Pennsauken Superintendent Dr. Ronnie Tarchichi said. Tarchichi warned parents in a letter to have a “heightened sense of awareness” following a viral TikTok trend encouraged students to make threats of school shootings. “We treat it with the utmost seriousness,” Tarchichi said. Pennsauken, like many districts, increased patrols Friday. They said those extra patrols will stay in place through Christmas and that unfortunately, these alerts are happening more frequently. “At least once a month,” Tarchichi said. “I hope it’s not our new normal,” said Laurie Doran, the acting director of the...
    (CNN)Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot did not purposefully conceal any information about a botched raid in 2019 at a social worker's home as the woman stood naked and handcuffed in her living room as officers searched her residence with guns drawn, according to the findings of an independent probe released on Thursday.Retired Judge Ann Claire Williams, a former federal prosecutor, and attorneys with the Jones Day law firm were hired by Lightfoot last year to conduct an independent investigation into the city's response to the execution of the search warrant at the home of Anjanette Young on February 21, 2019."Our review did not reveal any evidence suggesting that the mayor or any current or former City employee took action with malicious intent to add to Ms. Young's mistreatment or to otherwise harm her in connection with the city's response to the search of her home," the report concluded.Chicago council OKs $2.9 million settlement for woman police found naked when they broke open door of wrong homeBut the review did find that, at times, city officials "failed to recognize the seriousness" of...
    The U.S. and China released an unexpected joint declaration on climate change at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland, on Wednesday, committing themselves to “accelerated actions in the critical decade of the 2020s” and multilateral cooperation to “hold the global average temperature increase to well below 2 degrees C.” The joint statement was reportedly finalized only hours before it was announced. Chinese negotiator Xie Zhenhua said the statement showed there is “more agreement between China and the U.S. than divergence.” U.S. climate envoy John Kerry called the joint statement a “roadmap for our future collaboration.” “Tonight I am pleased to announce on behalf of President Biden and Secretary Blinken that we have agreed to a basic framework for this cooperation going forward,” Kerry said Wednesday on behalf of President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Kerry praised the U.S.-China declaration for making “strong statements about the alarming science, the emissions gap and the urgent need to accelerate the actions to close that gap.”  According to Kerry, those actions will include both nations working to limit methane emissions and...
    A right-wing radio host has died from the coronavirus after leading a campaign against masks and vaccines. Bob Enyart, pastor of the Denver Bible Church, passed away on Monday after contracting Covid earlier in the month. The news was confirmed by Fred Williams, who hosted the Real Science Radio Show along with Enyart. “It comes with an extremely heavy heart that my close friend and co-host of Real Science Radio has lost his battle with Covid,” Williams said. “Bob Enyart was one of the smartest, and without question the wisest person I’ve known. All the while being exceedingly kind and humble, and always, always willing to listen and discuss anything you wanted.” Over the course of the pandemic, Enyart said he and his wife refused to get vaccinated, falsely claiming on his website that the vaccines were tested “on the cells of aborted babies.” Enyart also waged legal battles against mask mandates and social distancing guidelines while downplaying the seriousness of the pandemic. The Denver Post notes that before the pandemic, Enyart was known as an anti-abortion activist...
    (CNN)From the earliest days of which I have memory, I felt the need to travel as if it were an extra ingredient in my blood, pulsing in my veins. The pandemic didn't give me a transfusion; it didn't sedate my wanderlust. It forced it on hold, as if waiting in a strange airport for updates on a long-delayed flight. I have booked and rebooked so many flights that I had to make a spreadsheet to keep track. But then, finally, thoroughly vaccinated, I made it across the Atlantic. Frida GhitisFirst, I had to remember how to pack again for a big trip. I added masks, doubled-checked my health coverage, and compulsively reviewed ever-changing international travel rules and Covid testing requirements. After months of avoiding crowds, busy airport lounges and check-in lines were unnerving. Most people wore masks, as required, but the few who refused or kept them on their chins reignited that burning fury that threatened to rob me of that prickling anticipation of being transported to a new reality. But I made it.Amsterdam feels different. The August air is...
    The FBI’s Indianapolis office failed respond to allegations of abuse by disgraced USA Gymnastic physician Larry Nasar with the seriousness and urgency the matter required, the Justice Department’s watchdog said in a highly-anticipated report released Wednesday. “Despite the extraordinarily serious nature of the allegations and the possibility that Nassar’s conduct could be continuing, senior officials in the FBI Indianapolis Field Office failed to respond to the Nassar allegations with the utmost seriousness and urgency that they deserved and required,” the DOJ’s Office of Inspector General found. When the office did respond, it made “numerous and fundamental errors when they did respond to them, and violated multiple FBI policies,” it added. Developing
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) — Saturday marked the second day of Bears rookie minicamp up at Halas Hall. Matt Nagy was still scarce on the practice field. He had to watch via Zoom on Saturday as he did on Friday because he was a close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Warming Trend Continues, Rain Chances Persist But we did get to see top quarterback pick Justin Fields throwing passes on Saturday, something media was not allowed to get video of the day before. READ MORE: CDC Says Masks No Longer Necessary For COVID-Vaccinated Americans, But Some Chicago Restaurants Say Theyll Still Be Requiring Them Fields was also handing off to fellow rookie Khalil Herbert. The sixth-round pick is hoping to make an impact in the backfield and possibly as a return man as well. One thing Herbert and anyone who has watched Fields has noticed is how serious he is when he steps on the football field. MORE NEWS: Fire Rips Through House In West Englewood “Definitely – he gets all that demeanor...
    Getty Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers congratulates teammate Davante Adams #17 after Adams scored a touchdown in the first quarter against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on December 01, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Green Bay Packers are not interested in trading Aaron Rodgers and have insisted they are”optimistic” about his future with the team, but it sounds as if the three-time NFL MVP is already saying his goodbyes behind the scenes. ESPN’s Adam Schefter — who broke the bombshell news Thursday that Rodgers had told members of the Packers organization he did not plan on returning to Green Bay — added more context to the situation on Friday when he reported that Rodgers has told some of his teammates he won’t return in 2021. “It’s legitimate,” Schefter said Friday on ESPN. “He’s told some teammates and some players within the team that he doesn’t plan to return. Now, whether he follows up on that, we’ll see how the summer unfolds. We’ll see if that changes. But that’s what he feels.”...
    (CNN)A senior State Department official said that questions remain about whether Iran seriously wants to return to compliance with the nuclear deal after talks in Vienna this week aimed at salvaging the landmark 2015 agreement. The indirect talks will resume in Vienna next week to continue the process of figuring out the steps that the United States and Iran each need to take to get back into compliance with the agreement, which the Trump administration abandoned in 2018.This official reiterated that the United States is prepared to lift sanctions that are "inconsistent" with the 2015 deal and with the benefits that Iran expects from the deal if Iran returns to compliance -- a position they acknowledged is likely to face strong opposition from some in Congress."We know how strong the opposition will be -- some people who were opposed to the to the JCPOA back in 2015 and '16 and who were favor of the withdrawal and who now are against any efforts to come back in," the official said, using the acronym for the deal that's formally known as...
    This week’s nuclear talks in Vienna “met expectations” but did not assuage U.S. doubts about Iran’s willingness to negotiate in good faith over the 2015 nuclear deal, a senior State Department official told reporters on Friday. The state of play: Iran refused to meet directly with the U.S. but held three days of talks with the nuclear deal’s other signatories, while the U.S. — represented in Vienna by Iran envoy Rob Malley — communicated indirectly through envoys, primarily from the European Union. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free. Why it matters: President Biden promised on the campaign trail to return to compliance with the deal by lifting sanctions if Iran reversed its breaches of the nuclear elements of the deal. The Vienna talks are the most significant step yet toward kickstarting that process. Two working groups are now discussing the steps that both sides would have to take. But the talks will be “heading toward an impasse” if Iran continues to insist that the U.S. lift all sanctions imposed...
    New York : Being the victim of an infidelity can cause us to awaken a desire for revenge against the other person who has deceived us. But also there are many people who are victims of unhealthy jealousy and it makes them see things that are not, which can also lead them to commit the worst of follies and acts against themselves and their own partners for fear of being victims of infidelity. That was what happened to a 25-year-old man from the Rampur district in India who committed a terrible act against his own wife, a 24-year-old young woman. Various local media suggest that This man accused his wife of having been unfaithful to him, without having the necessary proof to do so. In punishment for the alleged deception, the husband he subjected his spouse to a so-called “fidelity test” to demonstrate his loyalty to him. Said test actually it was a whole process of torture which began with the man tying his wife’s hands and legs and later, he took an aluminum thread with which he sewed...
                        Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed Center for Immigration Studies Director of Policy Studies Jessica Vaughan to the newsmakers line to weigh in on the Biden administration’s unofficial policy that has encouraged surge at the southern border and the urgency to fix it. Leahy: We are joined now by our good friend Jessica Vaughn who is the director of Policy Studies at the Center for Immigration Studies. Jessica, welcome. Vaughan: Thank you good to be with you! Leahy: I forced myself to listen to part of the talk or whatever that event was last night with President Joe Biden speaking. I didn’t hear him say anything about the border surge or his terrible immigration policy. Did I miss that? Vaughan: No. I was not able to tune in but I have not seen any reports of anything mentioned although there...
    While minimizing the current threats of right-wing extremism on Thursday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson mocked the serious nature of the plot to kidnap and execute Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, snarking that a “homeless guy” had planned to abduct her “in a shopping cart.” Carlson, who has repeatedly downplayed the deadly Capitol riots as nothing more than a “political protest that got out of hand,” kicked off his primetime show on Thursday evening by ridiculing the concerns that QAnon adherents and pro-Trump extremists were potentially planning another insurrectionist attack on March 4. “A lot of liberals were certain that today—this day, March 4—was the day the right-wing revolution would finally begin,” the Fox star sneered. “March 4, they believed, was something called ‘QAnon Inauguration Day.’” The House of Representatives actually canceled their session on Thursday due to warnings from the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, which cited chatter among extremist groups discussing possible plots against the U.S. Capitol. March 4 was seen as another date of significance among conspiracists, who believed it would result in former President Donald...
    (CNN)Following news of Bruce Springsteen's November arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, a source close to the musician is sharing more information about the incident."When this is all resolved, I think, people are gonna have some serious doubts about the seriousness of this, especially when the actual details of this are revealed, including the blood alcohol level," the source told CNN.Springsteen was arrested at Gateway National Recreational Area in Sandy Hook, NJ on Nov. 14 and charged with DWI, reckless driving, and consuming alcohol in a closed area,, according to a spokesperson for the National Park Service. That night, the source close to the singer said, Springsteen took a shot of alcohol with fans in the park after taking a photo with them. The source added that Springsteen is known to take photographs with fans. "That's typical Bruce," the source said. "I don't know why they stopped him," the source said of the authorities. "I mean technically you're not allowed to drink in a state park and I don't know, maybe, if a policeman sees somebody drinking and...
    Last Wednesday’s storming of the U.S. Capitol looked really, really bad as it was happening. Over the weekend, as more videos and information came out, it looked worse and worse. From video of the Trump-supporting terrorists beating a police officer with flag poles and crushing an officer in a door to the authorities’ refusal to hold a briefing to tell the nation what they know about what happened, how many people are injured, and what they’re doing to prevent this from happening again, the assault on the Capitol increasingly looks like an organized and serious coup attempt with some level of complicity in Congress and at the Pentagon. That’s one reason it’s so important for the House to impeach Donald Trump now, first, right away—because there’s good reason to believe other shoes are going to drop. When that happens, Democrats need to be ready to move. House Democrats are planning to introduce an article of impeachment Monday morning: “incitement of insurrection.” That’s good—but it would have been better to do it over the weekend, in line with the urgency of the moment. We know now how close we came...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us What restaurant and food news could possibly overshadow the disaster that was the 2020 coronavirus pandemic? Beyond losing jobs and revenue, restaurants also lost the ability to do what they do best: bring us all together as a community. But there were things other than COVID that made news on the Denver dining scene this year, though the virus had a way of infecting these developments, too. Related Stories Our Most Popular Beer and Brewery Stories of 2020 Our Most Popular Restaurant and Bar Stories of 2020 Project Angel Heart Continues Mission Despite Challenges Here are the ten biggest food and drink stories in Denver in 2020:The First COVID Dining Room LockdownIn early March, the seriousness of the looming pandemic became more obvious as COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths began to mount. Some restaurants began closing to protect their employees and customers even before it was mandated,...
    MinnPost photo by Peter CallaghanThe Minnesota Senate was in and out of session in 90 minutes.Republicans approached 2020’s sixth special session of the Minnesota Legislature on Thursday with a noticeably different tone on the issue of Gov. Tim Walz’s emergency powers — and the state’s ongoing surge of COVID-19 infections. Having 75,704 new infections and 594 more deaths since adjourning its last session on October 15 might have had something to do with it. Even if election season is over, looking as though you’re not taking the pandemic seriously is not a good look. Minnesota has been in a state of emergency since mid-March, which gives the governor extraordinary powers to issue executive orders, including the statewide mask mandate and this week’s 10 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants. But the GOP-controlled Senate did not move to cancel the state of emergency extended by Gov. Tim Walz earlier this week, as they had done with previous extensions.  As a result, the Senate was in and out of session in 90 minutes, the House in just under three hours. And Republicans...
    CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox are sticking with new manager Tony La Russa for now, saying they understand the “seriousness” of his latest drunken driving case and will have more to say once it plays out in court. The White Sox said Thursday in a statement they will “have more to say” once the case is resolved. La Russa blew out a tire on the grey Lexus he was driving in a collision with a curb that left the vehicle smoking when he was arrested on misdemeanor DUI charges in February, according to an affidavit filed by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The case was filed on Oct. 28 — one day before his hiring — after tests taken the night of his arrest showed his blood alcohol concentration was .095 — above the legal limit of .08. He has pleaded not guilty. © 2020 by STATS LLC and Associated Press. Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and Associated Press is strictly prohibited.  Also From CBS Chicago: Sources: Former...
    The Chicago White Sox are sticking with new manager Tony La Russa for now, saying they understand the “seriousness” of his latest drunken driving case and will have more to say once it plays out in court. “Tony deserves all the assumptions and protections granted to everyone in a court of law, especially while this is a pending matter,” the team said Thursday in a statement. “Once his case reaches resolution in the courts, we will have more to say. The White Sox understand the seriousness of these charges.” CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM La Russa, a Hall of Fame manager who won a World Series with Oakland and two more with St. Louis, blew out a tire on the grey Lexus he was driving in a collision with a curb that left the vehicle smoking when he was arrested on misdemeanor DUI charges in February, according to an affidavit filed by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The case was filed on Oct. 28 — one day before his hiring — after tests taken the night...
    The ultimate REI gift guide Fact check: Doug Emhoff once represented Merck, but he isnt a big pharma lawyer White Sox say they understand seriousness La Russa case CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox are sticking with new manager Tony La Russa for now, saying they understand the “seriousness” of his latest drunken driving case and will have more to say once it plays out in court. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this July 22, 2014, file photo, Arizona Diamondbacks Chief Baseball Officer Tony La Russa smiles as he talks about his upcoming induction ceremony into the Baseball Hall of Fame during a news conference in Phoenix. La Russa, the Hall of Famer who won a World Series championship with the Oakland Athletics and two more with the St. Louis Cardinals, is returning to manage the Chicago White Sox 34 years after they fired him, the team announced Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020. (AP Photo/File) “Tony deserves all the assumptions and protections granted to everyone in a court of law, especially while this is a pending...
    White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas says President Donald Trump has not minimized the impact and seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic — and has “no influence” on testing and COVID-19 vaccine development. In an interview Thursday on Sinclair Broadcasting Group’s “America This Week,” Atlas refuted criticism that Trump plays down the seriousness of COVID-19 in the United States. ”There is no understatement of the problem,” he declared. "Lots of Americans have lost their lives, and theres no way to minimize that fact and theres no attempt to,” he said. “Its a very serious pandemic, and the administration, before I was even involved, has done a lot of great things to move the ball forward to minimize the harm from it." He also called it “ludicrous” that there is any political pressure in the development of the vaccine. "Its a matter of statistical power, and the end result will be determined by the people who are seeing the data, and those people are not the president of the United States,” he said. “[The president] has no influence on how quickly...
    WHITE HOUSE - "I didn't lie," U.S. President Donald Trump bluntly responded at a White House news conference Thursday after a reporter asked him, "Why did you lie to the American people?"   The question from ABC News White House correspondent Jon Karl came in the wake of audio released by journalist and author Bob Woodward, to whom Trump acknowledged early this year he wanted to play down the threat from the coronavirus.   "I don't want to jump up and down screaming, ‘Death. Death,' " Trump replied to justify intentionally misleading the country about the severity of COVID-19.   He called Karl's question disrespectful and took queries from only two other reporters before abruptly departing the briefing room.   FILE - Bob Woodward attends the 2019 PEN America Literary Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, May 21, 2019.The president also sought to calm the uproar about revelations from the 18 interviews he gave to Woodward, which appeared in Woodward's new book, Rage.  Trump said if Woodward thought his comments on the coronavirus were...
    The federal government should have acted with "more urgency and seriousness" in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., told Fox News Radio's “Guy Benson Show” Wednesday. Sasse was responding to newly released audio of interviews with President Trump conducted by journalist Bob Woodward earlier this year. In early February, Trump acknowledged that the coronavirus was "deadly stuff," even as he publicly compared it to the flu. A month later, Trump told Woodward that he "wanted to always play it [coronavirus] down." TRUMP LASHES OUT AT WOODWARD BOOK AS A 'POLITICAL HIT JOB' AS MCENANY DEFENDS PRESIDENT OVER CORONAVIRUS COMMENTS  “From the very beginning, I’ve been pushing that we needed a much more aggressive testing regime,” Sasse told host Guy Benson. “Americans had some lead time on the virus but that time didn’t translate into enough action." The senator added, “I’ve been pretty clear for a long time that I wanted the whole White House to start acting like a team on a mission -- trying to tackle a real problem, not trying to manage short-term media." “Tens of thousands of Americans have...
    Author Jeff Benedict explores the greatest contemporary sports dynasty of our time, the New England Patriots, in his upcoming book “The Dynasty,” which releases Tuesday. This excerpt is from Chapter 42, “Threading the Needle,” which highlights QB Tom Brady’s hand injury leading into the Jan. 21, 2018, AFC Championship game. On the Wednesday before the AFC Championship game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Patriots were practicing outside in the bitter cold. On a routine play, Brady handed the ball off to running back Rex Burkhead. In the exchange, the ball jammed back into Brady’s thumb, hyperextending it with such force that the skin at the base of the thumb split open. With blood gushing, Brady let out a yell and rushed off the field, clutching his hand. Burkhead and his teammates looked on in stunned silence. Minutes later, Dr. Matthew Leibman’s cell phone rang. Leibman was the hand and wrist surgeon for the Patriots, Red Sox, and Bruins. He was having lunch outside Boston when Patriots assistant trainer Joe Van Allen reached him. Van Allen was frantic. “Matt, we...
    Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila said Friday that every Catholic has the responsibility to be faithful to the Gospel of Life and oppose abortion. The archbishop tweeted out a meme contrasting the two Catholic nuns who spoke at recent national conventions, one in support of life and the other insisting that abortion is above her “pay grade.” The meme “speaks for itself,” the archbishop said. A Tale of Two Sisters meme In her invocation at the Democratic National Convention, Sister Simone Campbell, the leader of Nuns on a Bus, described her vision for America as one “that ends structural racism, bigotry and sexism so rife now in our nation and in our history,” a vision “that ensures hungry people are fed, children are nourished, immigrants are welcomed.” When pressed this month on the issue of abortion, however, Sister Campbell refused to take a stand on the morality of abortion, saying, “It is above my pay grade.” In her intervention at the Republican National Convention, Sister Dede Byrne — a medical doctor and retired army officer — made the pro-life message the...
    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The man who pleaded guilty in a hit-and-run that killed a cyclist last summer will spend the next 18 years in prison. Preston James Dorris struck cyclist Chuck Vogel in Parker and left him to die on July 4, 2019. Preston Dorris (credit: Douglas County) Vogel was killed after being hit from behind by a Kia Spectra. That Kia was found abandoned and Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies traced it to Dorris in Nebraska. Chuck Vogel (credit: Facebook) The judge ordered the maximum sentence for Dorris. Vogel’s family spoke after the sentencing and his widow Teri said she’s thankful the judge saw the seriousness of the crime. (credit: CBS) “It’s been a very long year, we’ve waited a very long time for this,” said Teri. The family said they will continue to fight for the safety of the cycling community in Colorado and laws that reflect the seriousness of these crimes.
    Maybe it would’ve made a difference if there had been a star-spangled press conference at Madison Square Garden or up at the Knicks’ headquarters in Westchester. Maybe in those usual confines, bedecked in a nice suit, freed to use his dais as a bully pulpit, Tom Thibodeau would’ve carried the day with oration and charm. Although, honestly, that doesn’t quite seem to be Thibodeau’s genre. In a lot of ways, then, this was a perfect way for Thibodeau to say hello in the summer of 2020, on a Zoom call, in a Knicks golf shirt, a Brady Bunch square on a computer screen with castmates Leon Rose and Scott Perry. It is impossible to win the press conference when that press conference is on Zoom, anyway, so there was no need to try. Besides: Knicks fans are tired of victorious press conferences. David Fizdale and Jeff Hornacek were excellent performers on Day 1, less so thereafter. Nobody had a more triumphant press conference than Phil Jackson did in 2014, when he wasn’t just hired to run the Knicks, he was...
    Possibly it might’ve made a distinction if there had been a star-spangled press convention at Madison Sq. Backyard or up on the Knicks’ headquarters in Westchester. Possibly in these ordinary confines, bedecked in a pleasant swimsuit, freed to make use of his dais as a bully pulpit, Tom Thibodeau would’ve carried the day with oration and attraction. Though, truthfully, that doesn’t fairly appear to be Thibodeau’s style. In quite a lot of methods, then, this was an ideal means for Thibodeau to say good day in the summertime of 2020, on a Zoom name, in a Knicks golf shirt, a Brady Bunch sq. on a pc display screen with castmates Leon Rose and Scott Perry. It’s inconceivable to win the press convention when that press convention is on Zoom, anyway, so there was no must attempt. Apart from: Knicks followers are uninterested in victorious press conferences. David Fizdale and Jeff Hornacek have been glorious performers on Day 1, much less so thereafter. No one had a extra triumphant press convention than Phil Jackson did in 2014, when he wasn’t...
    Criticized for his management of the crisis, Donald Trump is trying to regain control by recognizing the gravity of the situation in the United States. For the first time, he admitted that the situation is “worrying” in part of the country. Particularly worrying health situation in the Southern States After a brief period of lull, the coronavirus pandemic resumed at United States, the most bereaved country in the world with 141,800 dead. Since the start of this health crisis, America has recorded more than 3.88 million cases, but the numbers have exploded with more than 60,000 cases per day for the past week. The daily death toll also continues to climb with 700 deaths per day on average. The situation is particularly worrying in southern states such as California, Florida and Texas. Donald Trump changes strategy In a hurry to revive the economy, Donald trump had until then tried to turn the page of Covid-19. But overdue in the polls, see you soon a hundred days from the American presidential, he made a change in strategy. Criticized for his management...
    Meaghan Ellis July 7, 2020 0 Comments Dr. Anthony Fauci is discussing the “false narrative” that is now being associated with the coronavirus due to the decrease in the death rate. During a video conference hosted by Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.), Fauci expressed concerns about the lacking level of seriousness in regard to the coronavirus and its ongoing, accelerated spread. “I want to emphasize,” Fauci said, adding, “It’s a false narrative to take comfort in a lower rate of death. There are so many things that are dangerous and bad about this virus. Don’t get yourself into a false complacency.” Fauci’s latest remarks come as the United States’ seven-day average in coronavirus cases sets a record high for the 27th straight day. More than 37 states are now seeing significant increases in the number of new cases. State and local officials raised concerns about the possibility of spikes in states where reopenings may have happened too quickly. However, due to the economic downturn as a result of the shutdown, many Republican-run states like Florida, Georgia, Texas, and Arizona previously...
    The nation's top infectious disease expert urged caution to those eager to get back to normal, warning that the state of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States is "really not good." Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said during a Facebook Live interview on Monday that the U.S. is still "knee-deep" in dealing with the first wave of coronavirus infections that began in early March. "We are still knee-deep in the first wave of this," he told National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins. "And I would say, this would not be considered a wave. It was a surge or a resurgence of infections superimposed upon a baseline." Case numbers in the country have skyrocketed in recent weeks, particularly across the South, as states increase testing measures, and several major cities, including Houston, are struggling to cope with an influx of new patients. Fauci warned that while European nations have more or less mitigated the seriousness of the outbreak, the U.S. is still attempting to contain the first...
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