Daily Archives: July 20, 2020

Meri Brown Quotes Michelle Obama, Admits to Marriage “Failure” 

Meri Brown is not about sugarcoat anything. But she’s not about to bury her head in the sand, either. The veteran Sister Wives star is not living her best romantic life at the moment. This is a statement that can’t be denied. For many months now, Meri has shared one cryptic meme or message after another on Instagram, making it evident that she […]

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Jon Rahm joins elite list of golfers to reach No. 1 in the world after win at 2020 Memorial Tournament 

Rahm is the second Spaniard, 10th European and 24th player to ever do it

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How Will Covid Be Remembered? 

Emma Donoghue’s new novel, The Pull of the Stars, shows how pandemics—like the 1918 flu—can be woven into history.

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Petition calls on Trader Joe’s to change ‘racist packaging’ 

More than 1,700 people have signed a petition urging Trader Joe’s to change the labeling of some of its international food products, calling the grocery chain’s branding “racist.”

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COVID-19 has driven engagement for an already-thriving gaming industry 

A few days after releasing new figures for the month of June, NPD is offering up some broader trends for the gaming industry at large. It likely won’t surprise you to hear that the industry continues to thrive in 2020, and COVID-19-driven stay-at-home orders have only further contributed to gaming adoption here in the U.S. […]

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UK signs deal for 90 million Covid-19 vaccine doses 

UK government has signed deals for access to around 90 million doses of promising coronavirus vaccines under development, Business Secretary Alok Sharma announced here on Monday.

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Thousands To Join ‘Strike For Black Lives’ Protests 

Thousands of workers will take a knee for eight minutes at work in a show of support for the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.

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Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial shows promise 

Study shows the vaccine is safe, but it is still too soon to know if it can stop people from being infected.

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Disney cuts ad spend on Facebook as boycott grows 

Walt Disney has become the latest company to slash its advertising spending on Facebook as the social media giant faces an ad boycott over its handling of hate speech and controversial content, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the situation.

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Iran Executes Man Convicted of Giving Information About Soleimani to U.S. 

Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani was killed in an American drone strike in Baghdad in January

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Pelosi: the president ‘doesn’t know what he’s talking about’ 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins Morning Joe to discuss school re-openings, mail-in voting, the HEROES Act, and Trump’s suggestion that he might not accept the 2020 election results.

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COVID-19 vaccine trials from the University of Oxford and Wuhan both show early positive results 

There are more promising signs from ongoing efforts to develop a vaccine that’s effective in preventing COVID-19: Two early trials, one from the University of Oxford, and one from a group of researchers in Wuhan funded in part by the National Key R&D Programme of China. Both early trials showed efficacy in increasing the presence of antibody respons […]

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10 Hot Stocks At Risk Of A Short Squeeze 

Short squeezes are one of the most powerful short-term market catalysts and can generate huge surges in share price. A short squeeze occurs when a heavily shorted stock rises enough that it begins to force its short sellers to close their position by buying the stock. That short covering volume contributes to the rising price, and the short squeeze can accel […]

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The End Of $600 Unemployment Benefits Will Hit Millions Of Households And The Economy 

Millions of Americans who lost jobs during the pandemic are in danger of having their incomes cut for a second time. The sudden halt in payments would be felt in households and throughout the economy.

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America Might Finally All Rise for Aaron Judge in 2020 

MLB needs Aaron Judge — even more than the New York Yankees do.Read more…

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