Bret Baier gives you a sneak peek of the next show.
Bret Baier gives you a sneak peek of the next show.
The Warriors star entered Sunday's game averaging a career-high 31.8 points per game.
A former Dallas County prosecutor has surrendered his law license after the State Bar of Texas said he withheld evidence that led to the wrongful convictions of two men who spent 14 years in prison in the fatal stabbing of a pastor. The Dallas Morning News reports that Richard E. “Rick” Jackson surrendered his law license last month. The State Bar concluded that he failed to inform Dennis Allen and Stanley Mozee's defense attorneys about evidence that could have cleared them at their capital murder trials in 2000.
Rep. Liz Cheney, newly ousted from House Republican leadership for challenging former President Donald Trump, criticized GOP colleagues Sunday for downplaying the Jan. 6 riot and condoning Trump’s lies that the 2020 election was stolen, saying they were “complicit” in undermining democracy. In television interviews, the Wyoming Republican said there was “no question” an attack like Jan. 6 could happen again if Trump's claims go unchecked. “I think it’s dangerous,” Cheney said.
Australian expatriate investment bankers are returning home in large numbers, lured by the launch of new boutique advisory firms, a sharp pick up in deal-making and the safety of a country relatively unscathed by the coronavirus pandemic. Signs of a strong economic rebound from a brief pandemic- induced recession are underscoring a trend that is starting to reverse a long tradition of Australian bankers heading overseas to more tax-friendly global financial centres. "There is a brain gain happening in Australia, we are acquiring additional knowledge and experience," said Nick Hughes, Australia co-head at UBS.
Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette hit consecutive first-inning homers, Randal Grichuk had a two-run double in a five-run second and the Toronto Blue Jays hung on to beat the injury-depleted Philadelphia Phillies 10-8 on Sunday. Semien finished with three hits and three RBIs, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his 11th homer, a solo drive in the eighth that gave him home runs in three consecutive games. Toronto burst to an 8-0 lead and won for the sixth time in eight games, moving five games over .500 for the first time this season.
Chelsea 0-4 Barcelona: The Spanish side were fast out the blocks and ruthless in the final third
The pandemic is largely to blame for your soaring tax bill.
Barcelona put on a brilliant display to beat Chelsea 4-0 to win the Women’s Champions League final for the first time in the club’s history on Sunday. An own goal by Melanie Leupolz gave Barca the lead in the first minute, and Alexia Putellas, Aitana Bonmati and Caroline Graham Hansen also got on the scoresheet in a pulsating first half. Chelsea’s switch to a more direct style saw an improvement in the second half, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Catalan club from coasting to victory.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending schools keep to the current COVID-19 guidelines, including mask-wearing and distancing, for the remainder of the school year as most students aren't fully vaccinated. The CDC noted that coronavirus vaccines are only available for people over the age of 12, leaving millions of school-age children unprotected from the virus. The CDC said it will update its guidance for schools in the coming weeks.
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The relief bill the president signed in March is giving states money for direct payments.
Morning mail: Gaza attacks intensify, calls for India medevac flights, who owns the outback?Monday: 42 Palestinians killed in the deadliest day in Gaza so far. Plus: why more of Australia’s outback is now in fewer hands Smoke rises after an Israeli airstrike in Gaza City. At least 181 Palestians have been killed in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza since the latest outbreak of violence. Photograph: Haitham Imad/EPA
A violent weekend in Chicago left at least 48 people shot in separate incidents, including two police officers who were wounded on Sunday morning when they responded to a ShotSpotter detection alert, authorities said. At least five people were killed in the rash of shootings between Friday and Sunday morning, according to Chicago Police Department incident reports reviewed by ABC News. "Let's pray for peace in our city," Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said at a news conference Sunday morning.
Barca scored all four goals in the first half en route to winning the title for the first time.
Essex Police confirmed that the incident was not linked to wider pro-Palestine protests that have occurred over the weekend.
GOTHENBURG, Sweden (Reuters) -Barcelona put on a brilliant display to beat Chelsea 4-0 to win the Women's Champions League final for the first time in the club's history on Sunday. Coming into the game full of confidence after winning the Women's Super League title last week, Chelsea were on the back foot from the very beginning as Barca's rapid passing and possession-based game proved too much for the Londoners. Barcelona got off to the best possible start when Lieke Martens hit the crossbar and Fran Kirby's attempted clearance bounced off Chelsea midfielder Melanie Leupolz before spinning into the net in the opening minute.
The lifestyle mogul called out the New York Post for undercounting her peacocks with an instant classic of a tweet.
The uncapped 22-year-old has impressed for Harlequins this season.
(Bloomberg) -- Elon Musk implied in a Twitter exchange on Sunday that Tesla Inc. may sell or has sold its Bitcoin holdings.It started with a tweet from a person using the handle @CryptoWhale, which said, “Bitcoiners are going to slap themselves next quarter when they find out Tesla dumped the rest of their #Bitcoin holdings. With the amount of hate @elonmusk is getting, I wouldn’t blame him...”The Tesla Inc. chief executive officer responded, “Indeed.”Bitcoin fell to as low as $44,038, adding to one of its biggest selloffs of the year. The twitter account @CryptoWhale, which calls itself a “crypto analyst” in its bio, also publishes a Medium blog on market and crypto trends.Musk has been hitting back at several different users on Twitter who are criticizing his change of stance on Bitcoin. Last week, he announced that Tesla decided to suspend Bitcoin for car purchases due to environmental concerns, reversing the car-maker’s decision three months ago. He said then the company wouldn’t be selling any Bitcoin it holds.An outspoken supporter of cryptocurrencies with cult-like following on social media, Musk holds immense sway with his market-moving tweets. He has been touting Dogecoin and significantly elevated the profile of the coin, which started as a joke and now ranks the 5th largest by market value.After calling Dogecoin a “hustle” on Saturday Night Live, he renewed optimism in its rally by tweeting he’s working with Doge developers to improve its efficiency.Dogecoin is down 1.2% in the last 24 hours, trading at about $0.50 on Sunday afternoon, according to data from CoinMarketCap.com.Tesla didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment on Musk’s tweet on Sunday.Read More: Elon Musk Just Reopened an Old Wound in the Bitcoin World(Corrects price of Dogecoin)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.