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The presidency of Donald Trump, the police murder of George Floyd, and the COVID-19 pandemic comprise "three disasters" that should bring about a fundamental shift on issues like racial and gender equality, said Ursula Burns, former CEO of Xerox.
(Bloomberg) -- Alvin Bragg, a former federal prosecutor, had a steady but narrow lead in the Democratic primary for Manhattan District Attorney on Wednesday, but the tens of thousands of absentee ballots yet to be counted will stretch out and could possibly shift the race.Those uncounted votes kept hope alive for Tali Farhadian Weinstein, a former federal prosecutor and the wife of Saba Capital co-founder Boaz Weinstein. On Wednesday morning, Bragg, who would be the first Black Manhattan distric
And they're somehow still in stock!
Retail investors bought more stocks on Friday than at any other time on record, taking advantage of a sharp drop in share prices, analysts at Vanda Research said on Wednesday. Net inflows from individual investors into equities were $2.05 billion on Friday, Vanda analyst Giacomo Pierantoni and senior strategist Ben Onatibia said in a note to clients. The move was spurred by the recent recovery of stocks favored by retail traders and a rotation out of cryptocurrencies that led millennials to reengage with equity markets, they said.
The couple were separated for nine months at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but have since reunited
The country star received the news while filming what she thought was a promo for Parton's Dollywood theme park, where she cut her teeth as a teenage performer
It could be time to make some money in the apparel retail space, contends one closely watched activist investor.
Mattia Villardita, the man behind the Spider-Man mask, was given a VIP spot at the Vatican due to his visits with sick children in hospitals
Just a heads up: These $50 quilts are already flying into carts.
Better late than never.
The state of Alaska is trying to dispose of a 58-year-old ferry, and even has offered to give it free to the government of the Philippines. Gov. Mike Dunleavy offered to give the Malaspina ferry away in a letter last month to the Philippines consul general in San Francisco, CoastAlaska reported. “This vessel is surplus to our fleet, is in need of some repairs, but does have some service life left,” according to Dunleavy’s letter dated May 20 and obtained by the Alaska Public Media in a routine public records request for the governor’s correspondence.
Germany are on the verge of booking their place in the last-16 of Euro 2020 as Hungary travel to Munich for what will be a charged final Group F encounter. Die Nationalmannschaft lost their opening game 1-0 to France and looked in real trouble after going a goal down to Portugal, but Joachim Low’s team rallied brilliantly to win that match 4-2.
FBI Director Chris Wray on Wednesday pleaded with public companies and other hacking victims to avoid paying ransom, saying he fears it will only embolden cyber criminals to ramp up future attacks. "In general, we would discourage paying the ransom because it encourages more of these attacks, and frankly, there is no guarantee whatsoever that you are going to get your data back," Wray testified before a U.S. Senate appropriations panel. The Justice Department has disclosed it managed to help the Colonial Pipeline Co recover some $2.3 million in cryptocurrency ransom it paid to hackers - an attack that led to widespread shortages at gas stations on the East Coast.
By highlighting cities that played host to significant events during the civil rights movement, a new book aims to make that complex history easier to understand and to pass its legacy on to younger generations. “The Official United States Civil Rights Trail” companion book includes a timeline of events from 1954 through 1969 and then features 14 cities where people can visit sites that help bring that history to life. Author Lee Sentell, director of the Alabama Tourism Department, said he wanted to break the story down into easily digestible pieces.
A draft report by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that unless drastic and immediate action is taken to limit greenhouse gas emissions and keep global temperatures from rising further, life on earth is poised for a catastrophic reckoning.
Asghari rarely comments on Britney's legal situation, keeping his Instagram feed filled with positive posts about his "lioness."
Sheikha Latifa, one of the daughters of the ruler of Dubai, has issued a statement by email to Reuters saying she is free to travel, according to lawyers who said they were acting on her behalf. The announcement comes two days after a photo appearing to show her abroad surfaced on social media and four months after the BBC aired a video message in which Latifa said she was being held captive. Law firm Taylor Wessing said the statement was issued under Latifa's instructions in response to queries from Reuters.
Mr Johnson replied: “Beans”, but the Queen continued: “He thinks that things are getting better.” The comment, caught on camera, came after Hancock was criticised as “hopeless” by Mr Johnson in messages revealed by the PM’s former top adviser Dominic Cummings.
‘Here we see the full force of the new six to three conservative majority,’ CNN Supreme Court analyst says
Christine Sinclair, who holds the all-time record for international goals among both men and women, leads Canada's roster for the Olympics. Coach Bev Priestman named her 18-player squad for the Tokyo Games on Wednesday. The Canadian women are making their fourth straight Olympic appearance and have won back-to-back bronze medals.