Sean Hannity takes a closer look at Joe Biden's campaign with 15 days left before election.
Sean Hannity takes a closer look at Joe Biden's campaign with 15 days left before election.
The Trump administration on Friday opted not to grant ByteDance a new extension of an order requiring the Chinese company to divest TikTok's U.S. assets, but talks between the company and government are expected to continue over the short video-sharing app's fate, two sources briefed on the matter said. Last week, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States granted ByteDance a one-week extension until Friday over the order to shed TikTok's U.S. assets. President Donald Trump's August order gave the Justice Department the power to enforce the divestiture order once the deadline expired, but it is unclear when or how the government may seek to compel divestiture.
Formula One champions Mercedes are not treating this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix as a shootout between team regular Valtteri Bottas and super-sub George Russell, team principal Toto Wolff said on Friday. Russell, a 22-year-old who is in only his second season in Formula One, has been called up to stand in for Lewis Hamilton after the seven-times world champion tested positive for COVID-19. The highly-rated Briton, who has impressed at engine customer Williams, is seen as a talent of the future and tipped to one day drive for the main Mercedes team.
The Trump administration must accept new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that protects some young immigrants from deportation, a federal judge ruled Friday, in vacating a memo from the acting Homeland Security secretary that had suspended it. U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis said the government had to post a public notice within three days that new DACA applications were being accepted. The ruling follows one from November where Garaufis said Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf was unlawfully in his position.
India will be without Ravindra Jadeja for the remaining Twenty20 matches due a concussion sustained in his team's first-match win by 11 runs over Australia. The Board of Control for Cricket in India said in a statement Saturday that the allrounder had sustained a concussion “when hit on the left side of his forehead in the final over of India’s innings.” Jadeja top-edged a bouncer from Mitchell Starc into his helmet while batting in the final over of India’s innings, but did not receive an on-field assessment.
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Cinemas -- the ones that are open -- are hurting for new content. With only one wide release this week — that would be Focus Features’ “Half Brothers” opening on approximately 1,200 screens — film fans will likely be staying home and sifting through new releases via streaming instead. For example, audiences have their choice […]
The dark clouds that gathered over Seddon Park on Saturday on the third day of the first cricket test between New Zealand and West Indies were good omens for New Zealand fast bowlers Tim Southee and Trent Boult. Boult and Southee play for Northern Districts province which counts Seddon Park at Hamilton among its home grounds. The West Indies resumed at 49-0 Saturday after openers John Campbell and Kraigg Braithwaite showed great tenacity to bat through the last 26 overs of the second day Friday.
The United States will start a revised and compacted World Cup qualifying schedule with a match in early September that could be at Trinidad and Tobago, which beat the Americans in October 2017 to eliminate them from the 2018 tournament in Russia. Qualifying was to have began for the Americans this past September but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Under the revised schedule announced Friday by FIFA and the Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Football, the U.S. will play three matches each in the September and October 2021 international fixture windows and three apiece in January and March 2022.
UK and EU leaders to speak after the negotiating teams say the conditions for a post-Brexit agreement have not been met.
Major League Baseball and all 30 of its teams are suing their insurance providers, citing billions of dollars in losses during the 2020 season played almost entirely without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. The suit, filed in October in California Superior Court in Alameda County, was obtained Friday by The Associated Press, says providers AIG, Factory Mutual and Interstate Fire and Casualty Company have refused to pay claims made by MLB despite the league's “all-risk” policy purchases. The league claims to have lost billions of dollars on unsold tickets, hundreds of millions on concessions, tens of millions on parking and millions more on suites and luxury seat licenses, in-park merchandise sales and corporate sponsorships.
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A fan of James Bond just couldn’t say no to owning a piece of movie memorabilia used by the late Sean Connery in the first James Bond film. A Walther PP pistol used by Sean Connery in the 1962 film Dr. No sold for $256,000 at auction on Thursday, Julien’s Auctions said. The sale price […]
Georgia is now set to play the 0-8 Commodores on the same day as the SEC title game.
The Trump administration on Friday suspended all federal student loan payments through the end of January and kept interest rates at 0%, extending a moratorium that started early in the pandemic but was set to expire at the end of this month. The measure was included in a March relief package and the White House extended it in August, but its fate was in doubt amid stalemate over a new relief bill. In announcing the extension, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos rebuked Congress for failing to act.
The UK is the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, with around 800,000 doses due to arrive by the end of next week.
This year has been difficult to say the least, but one silver lining of 2020 is that we’ve been cooking at home more than ever before. As the Southern Living editors took to our home kitchens, we thought about our readers who were doing the same. What were they cooking during this time? In order to connect with our readers and find out how they were baking, slow-cooking, and grilling through the year, we created our What’s Cooking With Southern Living Facebook group. In the months since the group’s start, it’s grown to tens of thousands of members. Readers and editors can share their recipe successes (and funny failures), ask for tips and offer advice, and provide insight on cooking conundrums. The most amazing thing about it actually isn’t the delicious recipes that are passed around, but the disposition of the group as a whole. In a time when it’s practically impossible to get on social media without seeing negativity and hate, What’s Cooking With Southern Living has managed to stay positive, encouraging, and downright joyful. Compliments abound on a photo of a towering layer cake masterpiece. Sweet grandmothers give advice to 20-somethings hosting their in-laws for a holiday. Words of affirmation follow a post from a tired teacher and mother who isn’t sure what to cook for dinner after a long day. Recipes that bring back memories of childhood summers or family members who have passed bring comfort and warmth. Validation for a budding baker and “oohs” and “ahs” over the experts—you’ll find all of it in this group. If you scroll through the page, you’ll find plenty of Southern Living recipes that now have a permanent place in our readers’ repertoires. From old-school favorites like tomato pie and Italian cream cake to new endeavors like a twist on classic chocolate chip cookies and a curry chicken pot pie, these are the recipes that our What’s Cooking With Southern Living group keeps on hand.
A prominent Lowe's (NYSE: LOW) bull is charging harder on the company's stock. Morgan Stanley analyst Simeon Gutman on Friday raised his price target on the home improvement retailer, upping it to $210 per share from the previous $190 while maintaining his overweight (read: buy) recommendation. The prognosticator feels it's realistic that Lowe's will hit its target of a 12% EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes) margin in 2021.
Index provider FTSE Russell said on Friday it will delete shares of eight Chinese companies from certain products after a U.S. order barring trading of firms linked to the Chinese military. In a statement sent by a spokesman for owner London Stock Exchange Group, FTSE Russell said it will remove shares in companies including Hangzhou Hikvision, China Railway Construction Corp, and China Spacesat. FTSE Russell said it acted following feedback from index subscribers "and other stakeholders," and that it was following its policy when sanctions are imposed that restrict investments.