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Long-time marijuana legalization advocate Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D., Oreg.) is optimistic about the chances of ending the federal prohibition of marijuana now that Democrats control both chambers of Congress and the White House.
"One last teeny tiny eye surgery and I’m back in business!!!" the "Today" show anchor wrote Tuesday.
While there is some guidance from the CDC on what is and isn't considered OK to do after you're fully vaccinated, it doesn't cover everything.
“The Vanishing,” “Yoga Village,” “Science Fiction” and “Transfariana” took top Visions du Réel industry awards at an online ceremony webcast from Switzerland on Tuesday night. Seventeen awards went in all to a total 16 recipients with major winners addressing some of the most relevant issues of the current times — gender abuse and plurality, lockdown, […]
The 36-year-old TV personality told fans on Instagram that she'd relapsed and is "not proud of it," but that she's now "back on track."
European regulators greenlight J&J COVID-19 vaccine, but also warn blood clots will be listed as potential side effect.
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has successfully appealed his 15-day suspension to the Arkansas Racing Commission, allowing the six-time Kentucky Derby winner to resume preparations to run Medina Spirit in next weekend's Derby. Baffert was fined and suspended last year by Arkansas stewards for a pair of drug positives after Charlatan and Gamine tested positive for the painkiller lidocaine following their wins at Oaklawn Park on May 2. Charlatan won a division of the $1 million Arkansas Derby, while Gamine won another race that day.
One person was killed and two others were injured in a shooting at an office of a Stop & Shop supermarket in West Hempstead, New York, on Tuesday, police said. Police said the suspect, 31-year-old Gabriel Dewitt Wilson, was apprehended Tuesday afternoon following an hourslong search. The suspect, who was or is an employee of the store, according to police, allegedly used a "small handgun" to shoot either current or former co-workers in a manager's office in the upstairs of the building.
The MP said the Government risks ‘damaging an already bruised veterans cohort further’ with the proposals.
Chelsea host Brighton tonight as news breaks that the west London club are set to withdraw from controversial plans to become founding members of a new European Super League. Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea are one of 12 clubs - including the rest of the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ - that announced on Sunday that they were planning to create a new competition as soon as possible. The stunning news has drawn fierce criticism from fans, footballers and politicians alike, with Uefa, the Premier League and even Prime Minister Boris Johnson determined to put a stop to the proposals.
The former British Trail Running champion completed the tough route in Wales on Saturday with a time of 16:37
Today Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) announced that Logitech Combo Touch is now available for the new iPad Pro 11" (3rd generation) and coming soon for iPad Pro 12.9" (5th generation). Combo Touch is an incredibly versatile case with detachable keyboard and integrated trackpad that allows typing, viewing, sketching, and reading, all while keeping the iPad securely protected. Combo Touch features our largest, click- anywhere trackpad for a world-class, highly responsive and reliable trackpad experience. It connects to iPad via Smart Connector, eliminating the need for a separate battery, on/off switch or Bluetooth pairing.
Tishaura Jones has called systemic racism the biggest obstacle to progress in St. Louis, and the city’s new mayor used her inauguration speech on Tuesday to pledge to fight back against all types of discrimination. Jones was sworn in during a coronavirus-mandated socially distanced ceremony at City Hall that included fewer than 100 people on the first-floor, seated six feet apart, though many others watched from balconies. Jones, a Democrat, is St. Louis’ third Black mayor, but the first Black woman to lead the city.
During an event on Tuesday about the Green New Deal, Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., announced that he is introducing a bill to create a Civilian Climate Corps.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil slumped the most in two weeks alongside a broader market rout as a resurgent virus in some of the world’s top oil importers highlighted the uneven road to recovery.West Texas Intermediate fell 1.5% to the lowest in a week as S&P 500 Index headed for its first back-to-back decline since late March. The rampant virus spread in countries such as India is casting a shadow on optimism over the global economic rebound. Annual crude imports in the Asian country fell for the first fiscal year since the late 1990s with refiners cutting run-rates.“We’ve seen risk appetite reverse,” said Bart Melek, head of commodity strategy at TD Securities. “Variants are wreaking havoc on some economies, and it’s uncertain how the whole demand picture will evolve.”The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was set to snap a six-day streak of declines, reducing the appeal of commodities priced in the currency.Still, the market is a far cry from where it was a year ago today, when an unprecedented crisis saw U.S. benchmark crude futures closing at negative $37.63 a barrel. The historic plunge came as lockdowns savaged demand and key producers Saudi Arabia and Russia flooded the market in a price war. A restoration of OPEC+ unity marked by deep supply cuts, as well as vaccine distribution around the world, have helped prices to climb back.Despite near-term headwinds, there are also points of optimism for an upcoming surge in global oil consumption. Driving is soaring in the U.K. as more than 60% of its population over 18 has received a first vaccine dose. Vitol Group, the world’s biggest independent oil trader, expects demand to come roaring back, echoing optimistic views from OPEC and the International Energy Agency.“Once we get into May, we should start to see the next leg down in the virus, and that will be a tailwind for oil,” said Jay Hatfield, CEO at InfraCap in New York. “Until we get there, prices are likely to be range-bound.”In options markets, growing confidence is being reflected in the so-called put skew. The premium that traders are willing to pay on bearish put options versus call options for global benchmark Brent futures narrowed to the smallest in a month on Tuesday.Along with concerns around the lagging demand recovery in some regions, signs of progress being made in talks on the revival of a 2015 nuclear deal raises the prospect of additional Iranian supply further out. A return to the deal could include lifting U.S. sanctions on the Persian Gulf country’s oil exports.Meanwhile, U.S. oil stockpiles are expected to have fallen last week, which would extend the streak of drawdowns to four weeks, according to a Bloomberg survey. The American Petroleum Institute will report its figures later Tuesday ahead of U.S. government data.In physical markets, front-month WTI’s widening discount to Brent is luring foreign demand for U.S. sour crudes. Southern Green Canyon is trading at the smallest discount to Nymex crude futures in two months, while other sours like Mars Blend and Poseidon have also strengthened recently. WTI is trading at a nearly $4-a-barrel premium to Brent compared to $3 at the end of March.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.
In retrospect, the opening of “All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur” tells us everything we need to know about the mentality and calculations that led to the team announcing the hiring and firing of mercurial coach Jose Mourinho, and its part in a proposed European “Super League” that has the entire soccer world in panicked shambles. […]
Ed Woodward will step down as executive vice chairman of Manchester United. News comes as plans for the European Super League lie in tatters with Chelsea and Manchester City deciding to pull out of the widely-condemned breakaway competition. Woodward was a key figure in the controversial plans, which has now left each of the 12 founding members humiliated after their association with it.
Trial is one of the biggest civil rights cases in a generation
Owner Roman Abramovich is understood to have driven the decision.
SHAREHOLDER ACTION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Reminds Investors of a Class Action Lawsuit Against Arcimoto, Inc.