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    A judge has set a hearing for Twitter's request to fast-track a trial in its lawsuit against billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk. The social media giant is seeking to hold Musk, the world’s richest person, to his $44 billion deal with them. They launched their lawsuit after claiming that he wrongfully cancelled the buyout of the social media platform. Twitter say they need just four days to prove that he should be forced to honor his agreement.  The company hopes to start the non-jury trial on September 19, but legal experts have predicted the case will take two weeks to try.  Now Twitter is seeking a court judgement to force Musk to buy the company at $54.20 per share, as he agreed in the April 25 merger deal.  District Judge Kathaleen McCormick, the chancellor of Delaware's Court of Chancery, has set a 90-minute hearing beginning at 11am Wilmington. Alex Spiro, one of Musk’s lawyers in the case, didn’t immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.  The Tesla CEO backed out of the $44billion buyout, with the social media giant launching...
    President Joe Biden's new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre struggled through a one hour and four minute briefing Wednesday, admitting she hadn't listened to a question-and-answer session Biden had with reporters just minutes before. 'I was in my office. I did not actually hear what the president said. I do not like to speak on something without having a conversation with the president first,' Jean-Pierre said.  She was unable to answer why Biden didn't know about the brewing baby formula shortage for two months.  President Joe Biden's new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre struggled through a one hour and four minute briefing Wednesday, admitting she hadn't listened to a question-and-answer session Biden had with reporters just minutes before President Joe Biden said he was informed of the baby formula crisis in early April, nearly two months after Abbott recalled formula from a Michigan factory, which created a shortage. At an event with CEOs Wednesday, they said they were aware of how bad it could get  At the conclusion of an event on the baby formula crisis - which was held directly before the press...
    LIVERPOOL goalkeeper Alisson was spared a rather embarrassing finale at Anfield against Aston Villa. The Reds led 1-0 thanks to Mohamed Salah's penalty but almost wasted the three points just four minutes before full-time. 1Liverpool star Alisson came close to giving away a penalty after clashing with Danny IngsCredit: AFP The Brazil international came charging off his line to clear a long ball, but he kicked it straight at Joel Matip. Villa star Danny Ings pounced on the opportunity and Alisson clawed at his legs from the ground inside the area. Ings screamed for a penalty but the referee was unmoved and VAR agreed with the official. The hosts held on to their lead and sealed a major win against the Villans, who were coached by Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard. MORE TO FOLLOW Most read in Premier Leagueunited news Paul Pogba injury update, Martial to tell club he wants January transferGUNNERS LATEST Smith Rowe injury update, Wijnaldum shock interest, Southampton build-uptransfer news live Barcelona 'tracking' Chelsea's Azpilicueta, Spurs Covid postponementsI BLUE! Sara Arfaoui poses in red lingerie after getting engaged...
    Last month, ESPN announced Rachel Nichols will no longer be part of their NBA coverage, leaving her without an on-air position despite being under contract for another year. The decision came as an apparent consequence of controversial audio that was leaked earlier this summer, which featured Nichols implying her former colleague Maria Taylor was hosting the NBA Finals because she was Black. Nichols was not aware she was being recorded and she certainly didn’t consent to it being leaked. Still, Megyn Kelly told Outkick’s Bobby Burack she has “no sympathy” for Nichols losing her prominent role with ESPN. But not because she believes what Nichols did warranted getting fired. “I have no sympathy for these people who play along then get eaten by the woke,” Kelly said via Outkick. “Like when Rachel Nichols took a hit. Too bad, you have been out here for how long about how bad this country and certain industries are.” Nichols was not anti-America during her time on-air with the Disney-owned sports brand. Instead, the prominent ESPN NBA host expressed the importance of social...
    In a shocking moment caught on video, a car went airborne, hitting another vehicle before flying into a nearby Wendy's and narrowly missing a family sitting at outside tables.  The crash, which occurred in South Brunswick, New Jersey, was during the lunchtime rush at 1 pm August 16, when the fast-food joint was packed with customers inside and outside. The Toyota Corolla was southbound on Route 130 near Melrich Road, when it hit a berm in front of a Wendy's. Surveillance video captured the Corolla rocketing over the parking lot before striking a 2017 Audi waiting in the drive-thru lane.  The footage then cuts to a different angle above the restaurant's outdoor dining area, where a family was nearly struck while eating. Both vehicles ultimately hit the building by the outside dining area. Surveillance video from the Wendy's in South Brunswick, New Jersey, shows as cars wait in the restaurant's drive-thru lane In the back upper-right hand corner, the Corolla can be seen barreling through the air and over the Wendy's parking lot A child who was a passenger...
    THE soap world is full of drama and comings and goings but it’s not always restricted to on-screen. Behind the scenes is filled with just as juicy plots with actors and actresses quitting for all sorts of reasons. And while some leave and never look back - others find the grass isn’t always greener and come running back to their regular pay cheque. We take a look at some of the soap stars who have left - only to make shockingly quick comebacks. Samantha Giles 6Samantha Giles is returning to EmmerdaleCredit: itv The actress became an Emmerdale mainstay after joining in 1998 as Bernice Blackstock. Her most recent stint on the show began in 2012 and lasted for five years until 2019 when she decided to leave the show to take on new roles. She told This Morning: "I want to play something a bit more gritty. "I want to do some other stuff. There are so many things out there." She even said she didn’t mind if they decided to kill Bernice off because she had other plans. And...
    It initially looked like Marjorie Taylor Greene was winning the race for “dumbest freshman Republican” in a runaway. But in the space of a few hours yesterday, the other QAnon congresswoman, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, found a way to close the gap. Shortly after the horrific mass shooting in Boulder, Boebert took to both her official and personal Twitter feeds to offer up the usual thoughts and prayers—er, tots and pears. First, the personal: xMy prayers are with the shoppers, employees, first responders & others affected by the shooting in Boulder.May God be with them. While we are still awaiting important information and details in this case, random public shootings & senseless acts of violence are never ok.— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) March 22, 2021 Then, the official:  xAs we continue to hear the news coming out of Boulder, I’m praying for the police, first responders, and those affected by this tragedy. May God be with us as we make sense of this senseless violence, and may we unify and not divide during this time.— Rep. Lauren Boebert (@RepBoebert) March 22,...
    Navi Delhi – Smart phone It has become a part of life. On a large scale Skills It is used. However, most of the time the phone’s battery is running low due to constant running. The phone is shut down due to non-payment during work hours and various problems are encountered. That’s why there is good news for smartphone users. They no longer have to take on the tension of having to pay a fee. This is because the first smartphone Power Bank rental service was launched in the country ‘Spike’. The company has a network of 8 thousand locations It has 8,000 locations in 11 cities across the country. The company currently has outlets in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Jaipur and Pune. You can rent a power bank from one store and return to another outlet. A minimum of Rs.20 per hour Spike has 3 rental plans. The standard plan costs Rs.20 per hour. The Elite plan pays Rs.1199 throughout the year. The Supreme Plan is Rs. Gives lifetime membership to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Normally, a stolen shovel wouldn’t make the news – but with all that’s going on these days, we weren’t about to pass this one up. As CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reported, this is a story of neighbor helping neighbor, and one as-yet-unknown snow shovel thief who ruined it for everyone. RELATED: Kendall Jackson Of Northwest Indiana Becomes First African-American Female Eagle Scout Daniel Strife and Christa Roome live in Bucktown. To give you an idea of what their neighborhood is like, there’s a little free library on the block where people are trusted to take or leave a book. So the couple thought they would to the same with their snow shovel – and what better timing? Sidewalks are covered, and parking spots are being dug out and claimed. “As you can see, we get a lot of snowed in cars on the street,” Strife said. So up until this week, there was a shovel in front of Roome’s home that was free for anyone to borrow. “Everybody who asked to borrow it returned it at...
    We are only a few days into a new administration and online censorship has already gotten much worse. Facebook declared it will cut down on political speech, which likely means conservative political speech. YouTube continues to restrict former President Donald Trump and other conservatives. And Twitter’s phony fact-checking system won’t even rein in Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for lying and accusing Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas of trying to have her "murdered." When Big Tech got away with suspending the president of the United States, it was obvious they would not stop there. Tech tyrants joined forces to take down the social media site Parler for not adhering to their speech mandates. No conservative is safe. TWITTER SUSPENDS @REALDONALDTRUMP ACCOUNT PERMANENTLY Everything I’ve been warning about for several years is happening in the blink of an eye. It’s all about censorship. Big Tech threw its weight behind the Democratic presidential campaign, censoring truth about the Hunter Biden scandal that would have tipped the election for President Donald Trump. Then they censored the president when he tried to tell that story. Now they’ve...
    Melitón Cervantes began to show symptoms of COVID-19 on the first day of December, after one of his three children had possibly been infected at the supermarket where he worked. The father of the Pomona family, in eastern Los Angeles County, was severely affected. “He started hallucinating, talking when none of us was talking to him., saying that he could not see us even with his eyes open, ”his daughter Ericka told the local channel ABC7. The man was hospitalized on December 11 and things went from bad to worse for him despite being young (51 years old). His overweight and a suffering from sleep apnea played against him. After 15 days in intensive care connected to a ventilator, Melitón Cervantes died without his family being able to say goodbye to him in person. A real disgrace. Pomona family struggles to find mortuary after 51-year-old father dies from COVID-19 https://t.co/A3VelG0JES – ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ ABC7) January 22, 2021 The other misfortune came later: his widow and children, who had also been infected but recovered from the virus, it took...
    New York : A nurse watches a patient through a glass in Coronado, California. Photo: Etienne Laurent / EFE Melitón Cervantes began to show symptoms of COVID-19 on the first day of December, after one of his three children had possibly been infected at the supermarket where he worked. The father of the Pomona family, in eastern Los Angeles County, was severely affected. “He started hallucinating, talking when none of us was talking to him., saying that he could not see us even with his eyes open, ”his daughter Ericka told the local channel ABC7. The man was hospitalized on December 11 and things went from bad to worse for him despite being young (51 years old). His overweight and a suffering from sleep apnea played against him. After 15 days in intensive care connected to a ventilator, Melitón Cervantes died without his family being able to say goodbye to him in person. A real disgrace. Pomona family struggles to find mortuary after 51-year-old father dies from COVID-19 https://t.co/A3VelG0JES – ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ ABC7)...
    Samantha Lee/Insider Harassment is never OK, and you shouldn't have to deal with what your ex is putting you through. At the same time, setting boundaries and letting him know there are legal consequences in the form of a restraining order could help. You should also take this time to find loved ones who support you and are willing to listen in a judgment-free way. Those people may not be your own family. Use this time to pour into yourself and the hobbies that make you happy. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I'd been dating my ex-boyfriend for two years when he started to seriously talk about getting married. I thought it was too fast, so I disagreed. Still, I let him live with me, paid all of our bills and rent, and also let him borrow my car anytime he wanted. I would cook, clean, and do laundry. Then, a...
    American tennis star Sam Querrey has revealed he got into the UK without any checks or tests despite fleeing Russia on a private jet after testing positive for Covid-19.  Querrey dropped out of the St Petersburg Open in October after he and his wife Abby Dixon, an American model, received positive test results. He was last week handed a suspended fine of £15,000 by the ATP for the breach of strict protocols. In his first interview since fleeing Russia, Querrey has detailed why the couple decided to ignore rules to isolate in their hotel and instead take a flight to London with their son Ford. Sam Querrey (left) has revealed why he chose to ignore Covid-19 protocol in Russia to take a private jet to London despite testing positive along with his wife, Abby Dixon (right) The couple decided to ignore protocol to remain in their St Petersburg hotel and instead organised a private flight in the early hours to London so as to avoid being seen by officials RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    CDC forecast: 48K more could die by Dec. 12 Chicago police accused in federal lawsuit of brutal attacks on protesters The worlds No. 2 snooker player farted during a match and then successfully blamed it on the red-faced referee © via Eurosport Ronnie O'Sullivan, snooker player and farter. via Eurosport Someone farted during a snooker match in the Northern Irish Open on Wednesday. The referee was first blamed, as he appeared bright red after Ronnie O'Sullivan looked at him after the fart, then missed his shot. After the match, O'Sullivan revealed he had farted and jokingly asked the referee if he had done it. O'Sullivan said he has been having stomach problems for months and has been undergoing testing. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ronnie O'Sullivan, the world's No. 2 snooker player, pulled off the oldest trick in the game on Thursday after farting during a match in the Northern Ireland Open. During Eurosport's broadcast of O'Sullivan's match against Matthew Stevens, the distinct sound of a fart could be heard, but not who did it. The...
    Ronnie O'Sullivan, snooker player and farter. via Eurosport Someone farted during a snooker match in the Northern Irish Open on Wednesday. The referee was first blamed, as he appeared bright red after Ronnie O'Sullivan looked at him after the fart, then missed his shot. After the match, O'Sullivan revealed he had farted and jokingly asked the referee if he had done it. O'Sullivan said he has been having stomach problems for months and has been undergoing testing. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ronnie O'Sullivan, the world's No. 2 snooker player, pulled off the oldest trick in the game on Thursday after farting during a match in the Northern Ireland Open. During Eurosport's broadcast of O'Sullivan's match against Matthew Stevens, the distinct sound of a fart could be heard, but not who did it. The cameras cut to O'Sullivan, grinning, looking back and forth between his opponent and the referee. O'Sullivan then lined up his shot and missed. Cameras showed the referee, bright red, walking around the table. "That was a very unfortunate noise," one of the...
    Facemasks and social distancing will be needed until next summer, the head of Oxford's Covid vaccine team said last night. Andrew Pollard warned strict rules would have to be followed even if his global trial proved successful. He said the first jabs could not be available until next year – and then only for key groups such as frontline health workers. Professor Pollard said that he hoped the final trials could be completed by the end of this year but added: 'Life won't be back to normal until summer at the earliest. We may need masks until July. 'If we end up with a vaccine that's effective in preventing the disease, that is by far the best way to control the virus. But in the medium term, we'll still need better treatments. When does life get back to normal? Even if we had enough vaccine for everyone, in my view it's unlikely that we're going to very rapidly be in a position where the physical distancing rules can be just dropped. Andrew Pollard (pictured) warned strict rules would have to...
    Out of crisis, creativity. Director of vocal pedagogy at the University of Colorado Boulder John Seesholtz and Houston-based musicologist Matthew J. Jones will present Music and HIV/AIDS — A Look at Then and Now, an interdisciplinary discussion via Zoom at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, October 12. During the free event, they'll look at the intersection of music and the HIV/AIDS crisis. "I think that it is very important that we have this discussion about the AIDS epidemic as we face our current COVID pandemic," Seesholtz says. "There are several parallels in the USA, as many in our sphere have become enraged about the idea of wearing masks, as well as a stigma in the religious community as lines have been blurred between politics and religion. The fear and anxiety of those facing HIV and AIDS in the 1980s and early ’90s are not widespread among many communities across the globe. I believe history allows us to learn and to find empathy in loss and struggle."Related Stories Glitter Bomb: Sasha Geffen's Queer Take on Pop Music and Gender Wheelchair Sports Camp's New Song Shoots Back...
    President Donald Trump told author Bob Woodward he has no responsibility to feel the 'anger and the pain' of African Americans - and then complained he didn't get a lot of love from that group. In his forthcoming book, 'Rage,' Woodward recounts a series of conversations he had with the president about race relations in the United States over some of the 18 interviews they conducted.  Woodward, in a June 19 interview, told Trump they shared a 'white, privileged' background, according to a copy of the book obtained by DailyMail.com.  President Donald Trump told author Bob Woodward he has no responsibility to feel the 'anger and the pain' of African Americans In this White House photo from December 2019 provided by Bob Woodward, President Donald Trump is seen speaking to Woodward in the Oval Office, surrounded by some aides and advisers, as well as Vice President Mike Pence, then acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, then-White House counselor Kellyanne Conway and then-deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley. On Trump's desk is a large picture of Trump and North Korean...
    An atomic bomb exploded over the Japanese city of Nagasaki 75 years ago on August 9, 1945, and as many as 90,000 people would die, nearly all of them civilians.  Yet once again this August almost all media, official and public attention has focused on Hiroshima, site of the first atomic blast three days earlier. The attack on Nagasaki, however, was in many ways even more appalling—and revealing.  “Dropping the bomb on Hiroshima was a mistake,” Samuel I. Allison, one of the leading Manhattan Project scientists at the Met Lab in Chicago, declared years later. “Dropping the bomb on Nagasaki was an atrocity.” Indeed, some of the scientists who celebrated the Hiroshima bomb they helped invent at the Los Alamos laboratory would claim they felt physically sick on learning of the second attack. Telford Taylor, chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials for Nazi war criminals, asserted that while the “rights and wrong of Hiroshima are debatable” he had “never heard a plausible justification of Nagasaki.”
    Rebecca Wrixon was hospitalized at University Hospital Southampton in England for 18 nights. Rebecca Wrixon Rebecca Wrixon almost died of COVID-19 when the infection provoked an autoimmune response that caused severe swelling in her brain. The 44-year-old nanny lost her ability to speak and move half of her body, but she never experienced common coronavirus symptoms like cough and fever. Patient studies have shown mild and severe cases of COVID-19 can lead to neurological symptoms such as strokes, headaches, or loss of taste or smell. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Rebecca Wrixon was admitted to the emergency department in mid-April with numbness in her right arm and foot, it didn't occur to her that she might have COVID-19. She thought she was having a stroke. Her doctors at University Hospital Southampton, in England, thought the same, especially as she began to struggle with speech and vision shortly after her admission. But tests revealed no sign of stroke and Wrixon's condition continued to deteriorate. The doctors ordered another test — a throat swab for COVID-19, which...
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