Daoi Freyr and his band Gagnamagnid are favourites to win.
AT&T and Discovery are discussing the possibility of combining media assets to create a entertainment and lifestyle content giant with a global footprint to better compete in the streaming marketplace. Bloomberg first reported Sunday that talks are ongoing and a deal could be reached as early as this week. The deal would bring together such […]
Even with outages slightly easing in many states, at least a third of gas stations were without fuel in Maryland, Virginia and Georgia, according to tracking firm GasBuddy. Roughly half of the stations in the Carolinas were lacking gasoline, and the amount of empty fueling stations in Washington D.C. rose 2% to 83%, GasBuddy data showed. Overall outages stood at 12,870 stations, down from 13,450 on Saturday and a peak of more than 16,000, said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, as drivers reduced panic buying and stations replenished supplies.
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‘I’m filled with hope’: cash-strapped Algarve awaits return of UK tourists. People in Faro are relieved and excited but do not expect a speedy recovery from impact of Covid
Two Chicago police officers were shot and wounded on Sunday after they responded to a “shots fired” alert in the city’s West Side, authorities said. Both officers were transported to Mount Sinai Hospital due to their injuries. One officer was in critical but stable condition after being struck to the collarbone and shoulder.
The Government said it is on track to hit its target of offering a first jab to all adults by the end of July.
This week's slate of quarterly earnings results will include big box retailers Target and Walmart. New housing market data is also set for release.
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The number of people in the UK who have received two doses of Covid-19vaccine has passed 20 million, the Department for Heath and Social Care has announced. Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi hailed the “incredible public response” to the vaccination campaign and urged everyone to come forward and get their jabs as soon as they are eligible. Health services across the UK have administered a total of 56,677,012 vaccines between 8 December and 15 May, including 36,573,354 people with their first dose (69.4 per cent of the adult population) and 20,103,658 with their second (38.2 per cent).
The incredible landmark figure comes as the government moves to speed up second doses for over-50s and the vulnerable amid the spread of the Indian variant of coronavirus. More than 1,300 people in the UK have been infected with the new variant, which experts have warned could be 50 per cent more transmissible than the Kent variant. Matt Hancock said on Sunday there is “increasing confidence” that vaccines work against the variant and that those who had been hospitalised with the new strain had turned down jabs.
The parents of a little boy who died after a suspected gas explosion in Lancashire this morning have paid tribute to their “beautiful little angel”. Lancashire Police said the boy, named George Arthur Hinds, aged two years and 10 months, died as a result of the tragic incident. George’s parents Vicky Studholme and Stephen Hinds were also injured, but not seriously.
Throughout the country, many Americans are watching Washington, D.C. eagerly for signs that lawmakers might authorize a fourth stimulus check. Families who have child dependents would also receive an extra $500 on top of the newly authorized $600 payment. If the governor's proposal passes and is signed into law, this would actually be the second bill in California to provide stimulus funds from the state.
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Egan Bernal blew away his rivals on the Giro d'Italia as he won the ninth stage with a brutal, gravity-defying effort in the final climb to claim the race's overall lead on Sunday. The 2019 Tour de France champion produced impressive acceleration inside the last km of a gravel road final section to beat Italian Giulio Ciccone and Russian Aleksandr Vlasov, who were second and third respectively seven seconds behind. Belgian prospect Remco Evenepoel, back to competitive racing nine months after sustaining multiple injuries in a crash at the Giro di Lombardia, took fourth place, 10 seconds off the pace.
From Black Widow to unseen Beatles footage: what films to see as cinemas reopenGrab your popcorn as we pick the best post-lockdown movie offerings – featuring a medieval thriller, a Ben Wheatley chiller and Emma Stone’s youthful CruellaMore events to enjoy: Pop | Art | Classical | Stage From left: The Father, Cruella, Sound of Metal. Composite: Alamy/AP/Disney
A third teenager has been charged with the murder of a man in Putney. Abdirizak Hassan, 24, was stabbed to death at Dowdeswell Close, SW15, on Thursday May 6 at around 11.05am. A post-mortem examination took place at St George’s Hospital Mortuary on Saturday May 8 and gave cause of death as a stab injury.