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    Groups in New York City are demanding emergency action by the city council to fast-track a bill to phase our horse carriages in the city after the latest horse collapse. A horse violently collapsed on pavement this week and was beaten by its driver in Manhattan. It was an extremely hot day, and a video taken by a witness shows the driver hitting and whipping the horse with reins trying to get the animal to stand back up and keep working. “Get up! Get up! Get up! C’mon, get up,” the driver yelled at the horse. Source: NBC News/Youtube The horse, named Ryder, fell on the pavement on 45th Street and 9th Avenue in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan. The horse was not able to get up for over an hour. The horse appeared to be in heat distress and dehydrated, and no veterinarian was present to give care. Source: FOX 5 New York/Youtube Onlookers in the area were outraged at the driver’s abuse of the exhausted animal. The police arrived and attempted to cool...
    Mario Tama/Getty Images As primary season starts to wrap, a reactive media narrative has revealed itself on cable news: Republican voters in many states have put forth the more extremist and MAGA-friendly candidate to represent the GOP in the general election. What that narrative overlooks, however, is just how poorly many of these candidates are faring in general election polling. There is little question that former President Donald Trump still holds immense power over the Republican Party. Since leaving the White House, he’s been on a warpath to see every Republican in the House of Representatives that voted to impeach him lose their primary. In a Tuesday night post on Truth Social, he crowed about Rep. Peter Meijer losing to John Gibbs (who he endorsed), saying, “Not a good time for Impeachers – 7 down, 3 to go! Thank you Michigan!” “A big night for Trump-backed candidates,” Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo announced Wednesday morning, ticking off the list of MAGA candidates who took down their mainstream Republican opponents. Many others on conservative-leaning outlets predictably voiced similar sentiments which are too...
    The arrival of dramatically warmer air will result in the first heat wave of the summer in much of the region, and amid the rise in temperatures will be the potential for a brand-new round of severe thunderstorms later in the week. The time frame for the latest storm is on Thursday, July 21 from the mid-afternoon to the early evening, according to the National Weather Service. (See the image above.) A potent system that brought multiple rounds of storms on Monday, July 18 resulted in flooding and power outages in many areas. Tuesday, July 19 will be sunny and warm with a high temperature around 90.  Humidity will increase on Wednesday, July 20 under sunny skies, and coupled with high temperatures in the low 90s, maximum heat index values will range from the mid 90s to around 100 degrees or more. (See the second image above.) A Heat Advisory is in effect for most of the region from noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday. "Seniors and those with chronic health problems or mental health conditions are at an increased risk," the National Weather Service said in...
    Top Democrats across the country said President Joe Biden should not run for re-election in 2024 as they expressed worries over his current leadership and age. Nearly all 50 Democratic officials interviewed by the New York Times feared a Biden re-election campaign would not help their party against Republicans, who are expected to make sweeping victories in the coming midterms. Democratic National Committee (DNC) member Steve Simeonidis, of Miami, said he was generally pessimistic about his party's leadership and called on Biden, 79, to let someone new take over in 2024.  'To say our country was on the right track would flagrantly depart from reality,' Simeonidis told the Times. '[Biden] should announce his intent not to seek re-election in '24 right after the midterms.' Shelia Huggins, another member of the DNC from Durham, North Carolina, was more critical of the president. 'Democrats need fresh, bold leadership for the 2024 presidential race,' she said. 'That can't be Biden.' Nearly all 50 Democratic officials interviewed by the New York Times said Joe Biden (pictured on Friday) should not run for president DNC...
    APPLE'S tight rules against apps that track you might not be working as well as we all thought. The tech giant introduced tough restrictions last year that hit the likes of Facebook and Google hard. 2The big guns can 'still track users behind the scenes', experts warnCredit: Getty It meant that any app you install on iPhone must ask permission to track your activity on other apps - mainly used for targeted advertising. They also had to provide so-called "Privacy Nutrition Labels" stating upfront on the App Store what sort of data they suck up. But experts claim there are loopholes that the big guns can exploit which actually "reinforces" their power. This is includes using IP addresses and the sign-in feature provided within apps. Read more about iPhoneCOPY THAT You've been texting on your iPhone all wrong - amazing hack saves so much time "Our findings suggest that tracking companies, especially larger ones with access to large troves of first party, still track users behind the scenes," researchers from the University of Oxford warned. "Despite being potentially able to...
    SAKHIR, Bahrain (AP) — Lewis Hamilton was not feeling optimistic as the last day of Formula One preseason testing Saturday raised questions about how Mercedes will fare when the season starts next weekend. Hamilton missed out on a record eighth F1 title on the last lap of the last race last year and is looking to grab his crown back from Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. But Hamilton and other drivers have been struggling during preseason testing with what F1 calls “porpoising” — an aerodynamic issue where cars hop and bounce on the track — and with other issues like tire grip. “We’re not the quickest at the moment, I think Ferrari look to be the quickest. Perhaps Red Bull and then maybe us,” Hamilton said Saturday in Bahrain. “But we’re certainly not at the top.” He was only ninth best in the morning, which was topped by Verstappen’s trusty teammate Sergio Perez as Red Bull upgraded the RB18’s sidepods and floor. Verstappen was out on track for the afternoon and evening, along with George Russell jumping into the Mercedes seat....
    Kyler Murray insisted throughout the Arizona Cardinals’ three-week swoon that the team was fine, the sky wasn’t falling and the recipe for a turnaround was cleaning up simple mistakes. The third-year quarterback pretty much nailed it. The Cardinals bounced back from a month of mediocre football by earning a 25-22 road win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Both teams are bound for the playoffs in two weeks and could meet again in the NFC bracket depending on what happens during the final week of the regular season. For the Cardinals, Sunday’s win was a validation that they’re still a formidable bunch when they play well. “I think that was part of the process of getting back on track,” Murray said. The Cardinals weren’t perfect against the Cowboys but played a much cleaner game despite missing several key pieces because of injuries and COVID-19. Arizona built a 22-7 lead before hanging on in the final minutes. “I think we kicked too many field goals, but when you don’t turn the ball over and you play clean, you give yourself...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts For a few days this week, we’re highlighting the work of students from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Maya Abu-Zahra started college with every intention of becoming a doctor. But about half of pre-med students end up choosing a different path. Today, she brings us down two of those paths, speaking with former pre-meds who ended up in very different careers. Host: USC student Maya Abu-Zahra About The Times “The Times” is made by columnist Gustavo Arellano, senior producers Denise Guerra, Shannon Lin and Kasia Broussalian and producers Melissa Kaplan, Ashlea Brown and Angel Carreras. Our engineer is Mario Diaz. Our editor is Lauren Raab. Our executive producers are Jazmín Aguilera and Shani O. Hilton. Our theme song was composed by Andrew Eapen.
    It can be overwhelming when you’re a new vegan and trying to get everything perfectly right. Whether you’re just focusing on eating plant-based or going all the way with eliminating non-vegan cosmetics, clothing, and practices from your life, going completely vegan can be a little daunting. While there are people who will preach vegan perfectionism, the reality is that taking your time and doing what’s best for you (while still respecting the planet and its animals) is far more important.  So before you quit and reach for that beef burger, here are a few things to think about if you’re feeling vegan burnout and don’t know how to carry on.  Figure Out Why You’re Feeling This Way  Ask yourself what the source of this burnout is. Do you feel like you don’t have many vegan options? Has the pressure of being all-in or all-out gotten to your head? Maybe you’ve just been feeling tired of all the choices you’ve had to make.  All of this is understandable. Finding the source of your burnout will help you avoid it in...
    Former Solicitor General Neal Katyal explained that Trump ally Steve Bannon is going to be highly unsuccessful in his efforts to beat criminal contempt charges. In a Sunday filing by the Justice Department, prosecutors said Bannon's attorney, Evan Corcoran, refused their attempts to negotiate on some kind of agreement. According to the 10-page filing, the prosecutors alleged Bannon's lawyers were using their filing as a press release instead of a legal filing. "The prosecutors called Steve Bannon's filing frivolous, so Bannon claimed that he wanted to make certain documents public and the Justice Department wasn't letting him," said Katyal. "And the Justice Department's response today was to call it frivolous and basically say, 'Oh, no, you didn't!' They point out that Bannon never even asked the Justice Department to try and make these documents public, and so this dispute is not going to go well for Bannon. Judges don't like it when parties can't work out stuff among themselves... and that's particularly true here, given Bannon's specific claim." At its heart, Katyal said that Bannon is complaining that he can't...
    Two teenage girls have been caught on CCTV doing handstands at a level crossing as Network Rail warned the railway is 'not a photo opportunity'. The incident happened in Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, on a stretch of track used by trains travelling at up to 80mph. Police said the girls showed a 'blatant disregard for their own safety and others'. Several people were also filmed standing on the track to take photographs, with one person lying down to pose. A recent study of the crossing, located in the Attenborough Nature Reserve, recorded 22 examples of misuse in just nine days. Network Rail route director Gary Walsh said: 'This behaviour at Nature Reserve level crossing is absolutely shocking. 'The railway is not a photo opportunity and it is never safe to stop or hang around on the tracks. CCTV footage shows a teenage girl doing a handstand over a stretch of track used by trains travelling up to 80mph, in Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire in July this year A teenage boy lying down at the at a level crossing in Attenborough Nature Reserve, Nottinghamshire RELATED ARTICLES ...
    TOTTENHAM boss Nuno Espirito Santo has admitted the club are not 'on the right track' after being booed off the pitch by fans following the 3-0 defeat against Manchester United. The Spurs faithful also aimed a chorus of boos at the Portuguese gaffer following his decision to substitute Lucas Moura in the 54th minute. 4Nuno Espirito Santo was booed by Tottenham fans for subbing Lucas MouraCredit: REUTERS 4Fans chanted 'you don't know what you're doing' at the Portuguese after the subCredit: NEWS GROUP 4Spurs were outclassed by an impressive Manchester UnitedCredit: REUTERS Seconds before Steven Bergwijn took to the pitch, fans of the north London club made their feelings known. They repeatedly chanted: "You don't know what you're doing." The Spurs boss told Sky Sports after the game: "We did it because we wanted to get one vs ones with Stevie and try and break them down. "We are not on the right track and understand the criticism - it's part of football. "When the team doesn't perform the fans show they are not happy. "It's up to us...
    With less than one week until President Biden and other world leaders will meet in Glasgow for the Climate Change Conference, a UN report released Tuesday asserted that current goals to lower greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 will not be enough.  The latest Emissions Gap Report by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) found that the current "vague" goals put forward by 49 nations and the European Union by 2030 will stave off 7.5% of emissions by 2030.  RECONCILIATION BILL: MANCHIN TALKS 'NICE VISIT' WITH BIDEN, BUT HAS INFLATION CONCERNS: LIVE UPDATES But UN scientists have said the world will need to cut emissions by 55% to meet the Paris Climate Agreement and "limit global warming" by 1.5 degrees Celsius – a figure comparable to "pre-industrial levels." "Less than one week before COP26 in Glasgow, we are still on track for climate catastrophe," UN Secretary-General António Guterres said during a press conference Tuesday. "As the title of this year’s report puts it: ‘The heat is on.’ And as the contents of the report show — the leadership we need is off. Far off," he...
    Adele has revealed three of her closest friends were not bowled over by her record-breaking new track Easy On Me when they first heard the song. Speaking on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Greg James on Friday, the hit-maker, 33, explained: 'I sent a snippet of me singing it as I was writing it to three of my closest friends here. One didn't like it, the other one was like, ''Well, yeah, maybe, keep trying though''.' Adding that one friend was too busy with work to even listen to the track - which has set a new world record for the most streams in a single day - Adele insisted: 'That was the perfect response for me.' Candid: Adele, 33, has revealed three of her closest friends were not bowled over by her record-breaking new track Easy On Me when they first heard the song She explained to Greg: 'I'm such a knee-jerk person. I'll be like, ''I don't like it, forget it!'' I'm like that with my music. 'I'm like that with just things I want to do....
    Spectators at a rally car event have avoided serious injuries after ignoring warnings not to stand on the track and being hit by a vehicle.   Footage shows the driver losing control of his car at the Tucuman Rally which was held in the town of Tafi Viejo near San Miguel de Tucumán in northern Argentina on Sunday.  Driver Karim Drube was speeding along the track in his highly-modified Volkswagen Golf when he lost control on the loose surface.   Spectators at a rally car event have avoided serious injuries after ignoring warnings not to stand on the track and being hit by a vehicle Driver Karim Drube was speeding round the corner of the track in his highly modified Volkswagen Gol when he lost control of the car on the loose surface He appears to get into difficulty and the car begins to violently slalom from left to right whilst he struggles to correct course.    The car eventually flies off the track and ploughs directly into a large group of spectators who had been standing by the race track. RELATED ARTICLES...
    IRINA SHAYK might have had some ­questions for new boyfriend Kanye West after he held a second listening party for his new album on Thursday night. The rapper name-checked his soon to be ex-wife Kim Kardashian in a song called I’m Not Okay, which appeared to be a cry for help, repeatedly rapping: “Kim K, I’m not OK.” 5Rapper Kanye West name-dropped his soon to be ex-wife Kim Kardashian in a song as he held a second listening partyCredit: Splash 5His girlfriend Irina Shayk may have some questions as he sang: 'You know you’ll never live up to my ex, though'Credit: Alo / Chris Colls Kim and their kids were in the crowd as he played the 90-minute album, named Donda after his late mother, to an audience of almost 70,000 in Atlanta. And the reality star’s attendance seemed to spark another lyric about her in his song Love ­Unconditionally. He rapped: “Time and space is a ­luxury but you came here to show that you’re still in love with me.” The couple married in Italy in 2014 but started...
    ‘TV’s Top 5’: ‘The L Word’ Showrunner on Advancing Queer Storytelling Stock Market Steady Ahead of July Jobs Report; Novavax, Robinhood In Focus © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Ross Chastain has taken fans for quite a ride during his career. The 28-year-old has gone from underdog to smashing watermelons after wins and earning a full-time Cup ride. The latest adventure saw Trackhouse Racing select Chastain for its No. 1 car next season, joining Daniel Suarez as a teammate. But Chastain admits fans have not witnessed his full journey through NASCAR’s ranks. “You definitely have not seen all the low points,” he said. “And that’s not something I think, as people, we could ever knowingly go and share.” Similar moments are often described with a euphemism to not reveal the severity and impact on an individual. The issue of mental health for athletes has gained attention in recent years, but it came to the forefront after U.S. gymnast Simone Biles pulled out of several events during the Tokyo Olympics....
    Planning Ahead! Francia Raisa and More Celebs Open Up About Freezing Eggs 15 Cities With the Most Expensive Real Estate © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Multiple PFT readers and/or PFT Live viewers in the United Kingdom have told us that tickets to the two London games to be played in October have not yet gone on sale. They’re concerned that the games ultimately may not be played in London, given the lingering pandemic. The NFL says that’s not that case. Both last month and again today, the NFL said that plans have not changed for October 10 (Jets-Falcons) and October 17 (Dolphins-Jaguars) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The league has explained that it continues to collect information through a registry of interest, and that fans who register will be notified when tickets go on sale. The concern comes from the fact that, in the past, tickets already had been sold. In 2019, tickets became available in late June. In 2018, tickets for games played at Wembley Stadium went on sale on...
    A former female high school track star wrote an op-ed published by USA Today explaining that competing against and being defeated by biological males shattered her confidence and convinced her that being a woman meant she wasn’t “good enough.” "I've lost four women's state championship titles, two all-New England awards, and numerous other spots on the podium to transgender runners,” Chelsea Mitchell wrote in an op-ed titled “I was the fastest girl in Connecticut. But transgender athletes made it an unfair fight.” DRUG OVERDOSES KILLED TWICE AS MANY PEOPLE IN SAN FRANCISCO LAST YEAR THAN COVID, WITH 2021 ON TRACK TO BE WORSE “I was bumped to third place in the 55-meter dash in 2019 behind two transgender runners," Mitchell said. "With every loss, it gets harder and harder to try again." Mitchell explained that she remembers feeling a lack of confidence before a big race last February, worrying that her best "might not be enough, simply because there's a transgender runner on the line with an enormous physical advantage." While Mitchell did go on to win that specific race,...
    Kelly Osbourne has revealed that she has relapsed after nearly four years of sobriety in a candid video shared on Monday. The 36-year-old daughter of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne took to Instagram to admit she was 'not proud' over her decision but wanted to be 'honest' with fans.    Kelly insisted that she is now 'back on track' with her recovery and that she is just taking things one day at a time. Candid: Kelly Osbourne has revealed that she has relapsed after nearly four years of sobriety in a candid video shared on Monday The TV personality went sober in 2017 and previously admitted that she never thought she would be alive at 35 after passing out every night from drugs and partying at the height of her battle.    Speaking in a video shared with her 1.3million followers, Kelly said: 'This is a little hard for me to talk about but I've always promised you I will be honest with you about where I'm at and what's going on on my road to recovery. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    BRITS will be back at the pub in just two weeks because "encouraging" data on the fight against the pandemic means Boris Johnson's roadmap is right on track, a Cabinet minister said today. Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said there's "no reason to think" the next stage of unlocking, which will see bars and restaurants allowed to serve punters outside again, won't go ahead as planned on April 12. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 5Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said the roadmap is on trackCredit: Ruckas And he predicted the great freeing up of the country, thanks to our soaring vaccine rollout, will lead to a boom in economic recovery as people head back out to high streets and offices. He compared the UK's current situation - with cases, hospitalisations, and deaths all plummeting - to the situation in Europe where the bungled vaccines drive has paved the way for a devastating third wave. Mr Kwarteng said: "The most important thing, the quickest route towards economic recovery is really vaccine rollout and making sure we hit those...
    New York : If you still haven’t received your appropriate stimulus check, you should request the payment as a credit on your tax return. Photo: Thomas Cain / . The online tool “Get My Payment” through which the beneficiaries of the stimulus checks could track their status is not available on the website of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS reported on Tuesday, along with the announcement that it had completed all shipments of the first and second stimulus check, that the service was last updated on January 29 and will not be restored to provide information. regarding the second payment. Following the announcement of the completion of payments, the IRS does not consider it necessary to keep the page active, since those who have not received the checks by this date must request the funds through a credit on their tax return. “Refund Recovery Credit” When the user tries to access “Get My Payment”, a notice under that section on IRS.gov indicates that if they have not received either or both of the...
    Greyhounds continue to be endangered while racing in Australia. A new report by the Coalition for the Protection of Greyhounds (CPG) found that almost 10,000 greyhounds were injured in track-related injuries and over 200 died. The report, Lethal Tracks 2020: A report on track-related deaths and injuries, is yet more data to prove this sport needs to end. “The cruel reality of greyhound racing is exposed by the industry’s own data. In Victoria where it was the worst in 2020, ten greyhounds were killed or injured every day there, reflecting the state’s high volume of racing,” said Dennis Anderson, CPG president in an emailed statement, “The only way to stop the suffering of these beautiful dogs is to ban greyhound racing. Until that happens, the industry should act on what it’s own research recommended in 2017, that six-dog races and straight tracks are safer alternatives. It hasn’t taken action because it would reduce revenue.” CPG data found that: – 77 percent of greyhound fatal injuries were sustained at track turns, – 87 percent of fatalities involved dogs with fractured legs and...
    The private detective hired by Bill Clinton in 1992 to quell rumors of his extramarital affairs, and by Harvey Weinstein in 2017 to stop his victims from speaking out, is on life support and not expected to survive after being injured in a robbery on Thursday. Jack Palladino, 70, had just left his San Francisco home to take photographs in his neighborhood when a car pulled up and attempted to pull his expensive camera from around his neck, according to passersby. Palladino fell in the struggle and suffered a 'traumatic head injury'.  His stepson Nick Chapman told the San Francisco Chronicle that he's 'not expected to survive' after undergoing surgery to stop the bleeding. The private detective and lawyer had worked for a long list of high-profile names over a decades-long career, which began in 1974 when he was hired by the family of Patty Hearst to assist with her kidnapping by the Symbionese Liberation Army. As well as Clinton and Weinstein, Palladino also worked for Kevin Costner, Robin Williams, Huey Newton, Snoop Dogg, John DeLorean, Courtney Love, Hells Angels...
    The prospect of winning prize money isn’t what brings high jumper Vashti Cunningham, sprinter Andre De Grasse and other top names in track to an indoor meet in Arkansas this weekend. Because there is none. Instead, the athletes are going for something that feels every bit as valuable these days, and could even lead to an Olympic gold medal. It’s actual competition — much in demand with the coronavirus pandemic shutting down large swaths of their sport, and with the Tokyo Games rapidly approaching in July. The American Track League begins a four-week indoor series Sunday at the University of Arkansas. It’s a chance for athletes to see how they stack up in a time when COVID-19 has made training sometimes difficult and traveling overseas for meets almost unthinkable. The league — founded in 2013 to provide a condensed, fast-paced meet format — doesn’t have a major sponsor at the moment and will operate on a shoestring budget, meaning no prize money for the winners as of now. And still, there’s a waiting list to enter. “Everyone is so...
    According to a new report, India is the only G20 country that’s “2°C compatible” in its targets to reduce emissions and help reduce the rapid global warming of our climate. The G20 is made up of the 20 largest economies in the world. Countries under the Paris Agreement are signed to a “safe” 1.5 °C target for warming. Some countries have made pledges or some progress in reducing emissions through renewables, closing coal plants, and other actions. But there is still much to be done. Because of climate policies, energy-relations emissions declined in the G20 countries for the first time in 2019 and the share of renewable energy increased in 19 countries. While building emissions reduced, transport and industry emissions increased in the bloc in 2019. “The G20 represents some of the highest emitting countries in the world. They, therefore, have a responsibility to lead with ambitious climate action,” according to Tasneem Essop, Executive Director of Climate Action Network International.“ The Climate Transparency Report not only helps these countries understand how much more they need to do, but also...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The winless Philadelphia Eagles are searching for answers, but it will not be benching quarterback Carson Wentz. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, though, doesn’t believe the Birds are far from getting back on track — and that was essentially his message to his team as they prepare for the 2-1 San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football this weekend. “For me as the head coach, you got to show the good, the bad and the ugly,” Pederson said Wednesday. “But at the same time, you have to keep your goals in front of the team. You got to keep the reality that this is where we are, but at the same time, we’re close. We’re not far away.” Watch live as Head Coach Doug Pederson speaks with the media. https://t.co/WOcV93uuok — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 30, 2020 The Eagles (0-2-1) also put rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor on injured reserve on Wednesday. Reagor, the 21st overall pick in April’s NFL draft, had surgery to repair a torn ligament in his thumb. After losing to the Washington...
    Global temperatures by the end of the century will reach levels not seen in 50 million years if greenhouse gas emissions are not significantly reduced, a study has warned. German and US experts analysed tiny fossils in cores drilled from the seabed to reconstruct the Earth's climatic history back to the time of the dinosaurs. During this 66-million-year period, the planet has seen four distinct climate states — which scientists have dubbed 'hothouse', 'warmhouse', 'coolhouse' and 'icehouse'. Each state is characterised by particular greenhouse gas concentrations and the extent of the ice to be found stored at the Earth's poles For most of the past three million years, the Earth has been in an 'icehouse' state — one characterised by alternating glacial and interglacial periods. However, greenhouse gas emissions and other human activities are now pushing the climate towards a 'warmhouse' and 'hothouse' state, experts have warned. Warmhouse conditions were last seen during the Eocene epoch — which ended around 34 million years ago — in which there were no polar ice caps. Across this time, the average global temperatures...
    Moto GP: Victim of a fractured humerus during the opening MotoGP Grand Prix, Marc Marquez is still far from a comeback. Indeed, his team, Repsol Honda, communicated on the state of health of the driver, even indicating that the six-time world champion should not return before “two to three months”. When will Marc Marquez return? One thing is certain, the return to the MotoGP circuit of the Spanish rider, now aged 27, does not seem to be happening. Indeed, this Saturday, his team, namely Repsol Honda, issued a statement, via its official Twitter account. In it, the team indicates in particular that the six-time world champion of the specialty should not return before “two to three months”. A decision visibly taken by mutual agreement between the Japanese brand and the main interested party. Indeed, the best is to wait until the Spanish driver, who no longer wants to rush, recovers all his physical capacities before returning to business. Consequently, it may well be that the athlete will no longer return during this so special 2020 season due to the...
    That was much better from Ferrari, wasn’t it? After two back to back dismal qualifying sessions in Austria, Ferrari looked a different side in Hungary. This time around, both drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc managed to clear Q2 and will start tomorrow’s race in P5 and P6 respectively. It looked like the upgrades they had brought in for the Styrian Grand Prix came through. The 4-times world champion was happy with the car today, unlike the previous two weekends. After wrapping up his qualifying session, Sebastian Vettel dissected his performance on the team radio. Sebastian Vettel claims that the new front wing makes the SF1000 a lot better now The German gave an honest assessment of his performance and even told the team on which part of the track he could improve on. He said, “I lost a bit on turn 1 because there was a bit of drizzle on the track, so 1 and 2 was not ideal afterwards, ok?” After getting the order to head back to the pits, he breathed a sigh of relief before...
    Darrell Wallace Jr. celebrates with his mom Desiree Wallace after winning the pole position during qualifying for the NASCAR Truck Series race on July 11, 2014, in Iowa Darrell 'Bubba' Wallace was warned by his mother Desiree not to respond to President Donald Trump's demand for an apology after the African-American NASCAR driver was mistakenly led to believe he was the victim of a hate crime. 'Well, don't respond to it, because you can't fix stupid,' she told her son, as reported by the Charlotte Observer. She added: 'At least the president was thinking about you.' Trump suggested Bubba Wallace, the circuit's only black full-time driver, should apologize after the sport rallied around him following the discovery of a noose in his assigned stall at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama.  Federal authorities ruled last month the noose had been hanging since October and was not a hate crime. NASCAR and the FBI have exclusively referred to the rope - which was used to pull the garage door closed - as a noose. It was the only garage pull out...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — For the second consecutive month, the U.S. job market improved. But it’s still nowhere near where it was before the pandemic. The national unemployment rate is 11.1%. That’s lower than the 12.4% many analysts predicted. However experts said there are still hidden concerns for the future. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole is Working for Chicago, going beyond the numbers and uncovering the information and resources you need about the job market right now. This is really a mixed bag.  We have a drop in unemployment, it coincides with a record uptick in jobs created. But millions of people are still unemployed, and in those numbers are workers whose jobs may have been cut for the long haul. Not just the socially distanced customers have happily returned to The Fifty/50 group’s restaurants, but so has once furloughed event manager Jessica Bagriy, weddings and baby showers are again keeping her busy. “About two weeks ago inquiries started coming in,” Bagriy said. The nation’s employment rate rose by 4.8 million in June. That’s about 1.9 million more jobs than expected. “We live...
    Things never to do at the doctors office 1.48M filed jobless claims last week, worse than predictions 23 Must-Have Gadgets for 2020 Ad Microsoft Hong Kong Engineers Reveal The Coldest Portable AC Ad Microsoft Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/24 SLIDES © RyanJLane / Getty Images You'll need to be consistent and patient. For many Americans, the status of being a millionaire is one that’s steeped in the trappings of wealth and success. A millionaire isn’t just any old person, they’re a hustler of the highest order. Because to get that second comma in your net worth, you’ve got to do more than just show up at work every day and punch your time card like some...
    Florida was on track to hit 100,000 coronavirus cases on Monday, as the state continues to see a rise in new infections, according to a report. The Sunshine State has already recorded 97,291 total cases with new daily cases eclipsing 3,000 for four consecutive days, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. The state saw nearly 3,500 additional cases of the virus Sunday, a dip from the record-breaking figures of 4,049 on Saturday and 3,822 on Friday. But the rate of new infections continued to remain high, with nearly 12 percent of recent lab tests coming back positive. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over the weekend urged Floridians to follow health guidelines but stopped short of ordering them to wear face masks to prevent the spread of the virus, news station WJXT reported. Officials in some Florida cities made masks mandatory last week. “We recommend everyone follow CDC guidance. I’ve not preempted local,” Desantis said. “You have to enforce that. Statewide penalties would be problematic. You have to trust people to make good decisions and not mandate this and mandate that.” With...
    Back when the nationwide lockdown was going on in full swing, a lot of changes had taken place in telly land with regards to shows, its tracks and even future scripts. While quite a few shows bit the dust abruptly, a lot of them mainly saw script changes. And one such how was Star Bharat’s RadhaKrishn. Back in April, it was reported that the show’s track will soon be heading for the narration of Mahabharat, which will see it’s lead actress Mallika Singh, who plays Radha, exit the show. And with Radha not being a part of the storyline, it was reported that the show will also undergo a change in its name. RadhaKrishn’s Sumedh Mudgalkar Returns Home To Pune After Being Stranded in Umergaon For Over A Month. While the show is all set to begin its shoot in Umbergaon from next week onwards, fans are now getting antsy about whether or not Mallika will continue being a part of RadhaKrishn. However, even the actress herself has no idea about the future of her role. RadhaKrishn: Sumedh Mudgalkar – Mallika...
    A plane protesting NASCAR's ban on the Confederate flag flew over Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama Sunday, just hours before fans returned to the track.  Images of the aircraft flying the banned symbol were shared widely on social media. Inside the track the ban seems to have been so far observed.  The plane pulled a message which read: 'Defund NASCAR', a reference to protesters pushing to 'defund the police' over the death of George Floyd and other black Americans killed by law enforcement. On the ground protests also saw a caravan of cars fly them up to the track's entrance. Footage shared online showed dozens of vehicles protesting the ban and vehicles lined the boulevard outside the speedway waving the flag.  NASCAR officially banned the Confederate flag from its racetracks on June 10. It had said five years ago it would no longer allow fans to display the Confederate flag at events but never did anything to enforce the ban.  Now, in response to driver Bubba Wallace's call for the flag to be disallowed, series leaders say they are serious about enforcement. ...
    Brazilian doctors are fuming, joining growing ranks of furious compatriots, about President Jair Bolsonaro’s widely criticized mishandling of the country’s coronavirus crisis just as businesses begin to reopen despite rising deaths. “Yes, it’s Bolsonaro’s fault,” said Thais Couto, a 32-year-old lung surgeon in Sao Paulo, who like many doctors around the nation is exhausted and overwhelmed as Brazil sees roughly 1,200 deaths per day or one a minute. “From the beginning, he hasn’t taken this seriously, laughing about the disease and saying it’s just a flu and not a big deal.” Earlier this month, a Brazilian supreme court judge ordered Bolsonaro’s administration to resume publishing complete COVID-19 statistics after leadership purged the health ministry website of historical data relating to the pandemic and announced it would stop publishing the cumulative death toll or number of infections. With 1,206 more virus-related fatalities reported on Friday, the death toll in Latin America’s largest economy rose to almost 50,000. Brazil is on track to surpass the U.S. as the country with the world’s deadliest outbreak, according to the University of Washington’s Institution...
    Matt Lovell, “Nobody Cries Today” (Tone Tree Music) Nashville-based singer-songwriter Matt Lovell has tapped gospel, soul and other influences in a gently impressive nine-song debut album called “Nobody Cries Today.” With an eclectic sound that evokes Amos Lee as much as anybody, Lovell lends his smooth tenor to well-crafted and soulful songs about love, loss and finding his way in a complicated world. It’s a promising if not especially groundbreaking debut for a singer willing to range around with confidence even when he’s wrestling with complicated subjects. The songs, written and recorded over a period of eight years, hold together in a soothing package that conveys a healthy disregard for musical boundaries. They also reflect a journey of self-discovery and trauma. Lovell writes in notes for the album that he spent some of that time looking for self-acceptance as a gay man living in the South, which he hints was a complicated journey. He also says he nearly died after being shot in the chest during a carjacking in 2017, delaying the album’s completion. For whatever turmoil he...
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