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Serena Williams was in selfie mode and Gerwyn Price showed off his football skills.
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A new partnership more than doubled the sports betting app's market area, with additional states likely.
James Murdoch, the son of Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch, has spoken out against “media property owners” that spread disinformation leading up to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol. In an interview with the Financial Times on Friday, Murdoch said that the attack on the Capitol is a consequence of the election disinformation championed by […]
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Far-right personality and neo-Nazi conspiracist Tim Gionet, known as Baked Alaska, has been arrested by federal authorities after filming himself and a mob mounting an insurrection inside the US Capitol on 6 January. Gionet live-streamed himself on the platform DLive for more than 20 minutes from inside the Capitol, including using a phone inside a US Senate office.
West Ham have failed with "big offers" for transfer targets in January, David Moyes has confirmed. The club are looking for attacking reinforcements after letting Sebastien Haller leave for £22million earlier in the month. Michail Antonio is the only recognised striker, and on Saturday scored in only goal as Burnley were beaten.
Elizabeth Olsen loves working with director Sam Raimi on the hugely anticipated Marvel sequel Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness.
Val Stimson, 62, left behind two daughters, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
An amber weather alert for snow was in place for much of Saturday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats party has elected its new leader on Saturday (January 16). This put centrist Armin Laschet in pole position to succeed Merkel as the country's chief. Laschet, the premier of the country's most populous state, beat arch-conservative rival Freidrich Merz in a ballot of CDU party delegates. In his victory speech, Laschet urged democratic forces to rally against a tide of extremism that had swept through Western nations along with the coronavirus pandemic. Merkel, Europe's predominant politician and a consistent winner with German voters since taking office in 2005, has said she will not run for chancellor again. Since she stepped down as CDU leader in Dec. 2018, the party has struggled to find a suitable successor. Merkel said last year that Laschet, had quote "the tools" to run for chancellor, the closest she has come to endorsing anyone. But even as leader, Laschet is not guaranteed a run at the chancellorship, as the party could yet nominate someone else.
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It was easy as ABC in the Friday night ratings wars, as the Alphabet network was the big winner in demos on the evening. The Shark Tank team once again were kings of the Friday night demo ratings, coming in with an 0.7 to edge out Fox’s WWE Friday Night SmackDown, which came in with an […]
One prognosticator following PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL) feels the company is deserving of far more investor love. In a research note circulated on Friday, Dan Dolev of Mizuho Securities raised his price target on the stock to a "street high" of $350 per share, quite a hike from the previous $290. One big factor is at play with Dolev's increase -- bitcoin specifically, and cryptocurrencies generally.
Danny Coulson, former FBI deputy assistant director, says security should be ready after the inauguration for violence in America.
Forty-seven players were barred from practising for a fortnight Saturday in a major setback to their Australian Open preparations after passengers on two charter flights that brought them to Melbourne tested positive for Covid-19. One of the positive tests was returned by Sylvain Bruneau, the coach of Canada's 2019 US Open winner Bianca Andreescu.He said he was "saddened and sorry for the consequences" after arriving on a flight from Abu Dhabi.Everyone on board the two flights, considered as close contacts, has been ordered to stay in their hotel rooms for the entire 14-day mandatory quarantine period.It means none of them will be allowed out to practise and train for the five hours each day agreed to as part of their build-up to the opening major of the year, Tennis Australia said.That included 24 players on a plane from Los Angeles, where a crew member and one other passenger, reportedly a coach, tested positive.According to local media, former Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka, 2017 US Open winner Sloane Stephens and Japan's Kei Nishikori were among those on board.Twenty-three players, including Grand Slam winners Andreescu, Angelique Kerber and Svetlana Kuznetsova were on the flight from Abu Dhabi.Bruneau said that he had tested negative within 72 hours of his flight's departure from the Gulf and "felt perfectly fine when I boarded."He insisted he had followed all the protocols while in the Middle East."I have no idea how I might have contracted this virus."He added: "The rest of my team is negative and I sincerely hope that any further disruption is kept to a minimum."'Hard work going to waste'French player Alize Cornet, who is in Melbourne but was not on either plane, called the situation "insane"."Soon, half of the players from the AO will actually have to isolate," she tweeted."Weeks and weeks of practice and hard work going to waste for one person positive to Covid in a 3/4 empty plane. Sorry but this is insane."Other players claimed that the rules governing confinement have been changed."We are not complaining to be in quarantine," tweeted Swiss world number 12 Belinda Bencic."We are complaining because of unequal practice/playing conditions before quite important tournaments."Romania's Sorana Cirstea, ranked 71, tweeted: "I was planning to play the tournament because they promised daily 5 h quarantine exemption where we could go practice, do a gym session and rehab. This was the deal before signing up to this...but the rules changed 'overnight'!"The world's top players began arriving in Australia on Thursday for the delayed Grand Slam, which is due to start on February 8.Most touched down in Melbourne, although the biggest names in the game, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, flew into Adelaide.All must undergo a 14-day quarantine, but are allowed out for five hours daily to train in strict bio-secure bubbles ahead of a host of warm-up tournaments, all in Melbourne, in the week leading up to the Grand Slam.Logistical nightmareAccording to the Melbourne Herald Sun, the Los Angeles flight was the same one that sparked controversy on Thursday when American player Tennys Sandgren tweeted he had been allowed to board despite returning a positive test.It was his second positive result, having been diagnosed with Covid-19 in November, but Victorian state health chiefs insisted his infection was historical and he had "met the rigorous health criteria that has been set".Players were only allowed to board with proof of a negative test prior to departure, or with approval as a recovered case at the discretion of the Australian government, as with Sandgren.It was the latest setback for a tournament that has spent months working through the logistical nightmares of hosting a Grand Slam during a pandemic, with Melbourne only emerging from months of lockdown in October.The tournament has already lost some key players, with Roger Federer out injured and world number 25 John Isner opting not to travel due to the coronavirus restrictions.Three-time major winner Andy Murray tested positive for the virus and is isolating at home in London, casting doubt on whether he will be able to play.American world number 16 Madison Keys also tested positive, and pulled out.Meanwhile, world number three Dominic Thiem arrived without coach Nicolas Massu, another to test positive, and Nadal is missing his coach Carlos Moya who has decided not to make the trip.(AFP)
The University of Maryland has agreed to a $3.5 million settlement with the parents of football player Jordan McNair, who died of heatstroke following a workout in 2018. The amount was made public on Friday in a meeting agenda released by the Maryland Board of Public Works. The payout will be given to McNair's parents, Marty McNair and Tonya Wilson.
The lead US negotiator of the Iran nuclear accord and a battle-tested hawk on Russia were named Saturday to top posts in President-elect Joe Biden's State Department, signaling a return to a more traditional, multilateral approach after Donald Trump's chaotic presidency.
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