The cast and crew of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier talk to Yahoo Entertainment about their thoughts on following WandaVision on Disney+. "I'm stressed," said Malcolm Spellman, writer and executive producer of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
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Manuel Margot hit a tiebreaking two-run homer, Tyler Glasnow overcame cramps and poor control to pitch five innings of one-run ball and the Tampa Bay Rays held off the struggling New York Yankees 6-3 Saturday. The Yankees dropped to an AL-worst 5-9, the latest into a season New York is at the bottom of the league since a 9-17 start in 1991, per Elias Sports. Fans in the Bronx again booed the Bombers, but they were more restrained a day after some hurled baseballs and other items on the field late in an 8-2 loss to the Rays.
N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - Chad President Idriss Deby has taken a strong early lead and appeared poised to extend his three-decade rule, partial provisional results of the April 11 presidential election released by the election commission showed. Deby has won a majority in all but one of the 51 departments announced so far, and secured a plurality in the other, with 61 departments remaining, according to the Independent National Election Commission (CENI). An ally of Western powers in the fight against Islamist militants in West and Central Africa, Deby is one of Africa's longest-serving leaders, but there are signs of growing discontent over his handling of the nation's oil wealth.
If you live in the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce area, you may have heard the following message today: "Are you between 55 and 79 years old and would like to get vaccinated?" The message was translated in multiple languages, including French, English, Tagalog, Italian and Arabic, and was played over a loudspeaker mounted on the back of a van, Saturday. It's part of a new strategy the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'île-de-Montréal put in place to try and get more people inoculated with the AstraZeneca vaccine. Right now, the vaccine is only available to Quebecers between the ages of 55 and 79, pending public health approval. For the past week, provincial and Montreal health authorities have repeatedly called on people within the eligible age group to get the shot as hundreds of thousands of doses remain unused. "We have good vaccination coverage but in some areas it's a little bit harder to reach people, so we're going where they are," said Lucie Tremblay, director of nursing and vaccinations with the local CIUSSS. The van will be driving around neighborhood streets over the next two weeks, reminding residents of public health regulations and informing them where they can get vaccinated. The van, deployed by the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'île-de-Montréal, plays a message in several different languages, informing Montreal residents of nearby vaccination centres. (Radio-Canada) "We strongly believe that vaccination is our best tool against the virus," said Tremblay. "Therefore, we are adapting our strategies. It's not only the truck that's going to be going from street to street, but it's also adding posters — we have flyers that are also translated in 15 different languages." On Saturday, the campaign was concentrated near the future pop-up vaccination site at the Saint-Raymond Community Centre. Eligible residents can get vaccinated with the AstraZeneca shot there from Tuesday to Thursday next week, by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling 514-734-9912, and Tremblay says staff will be on hand to translate the calls if need be. Lucie Tremblay, director of nursing at the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal says they are trying to reach people who may not be aware they are eligible.(Submitted by the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal) Staff will also be going door-to-door and visiting community centres to encourage people to get vaccinated, Tremblay said. "We are at the service of the population. We want to vaccinate as many people as possible," she said. Eligible residents in the area can also get the AstraZeneca vaccine without an appointment at the Bill-Durnan Arena. Marie-France Reynault, director of the department of preventative medicine and public health at the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) said the risk of getting a blood clot from COVID-19 is far greater than the risk of possible side effects from the AstraZeneca vaccine. Quebecers should look to Ontario as an example of just how quickly the virus could spread and hospitals could become overloaded, she said. "The situation here is still unstable. All it takes is a few more cases of the Brazilian variant and things would change," said Reynault. Montreal Public Health made 20,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine available at drop-in centres across the city this weekend. A full list of the city's drop-in centres and vaccination sites is available here.
PHILADELPHIA, April 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kaskela Law LLC announces that a shareholder class action lawsuit has been filed against Romeo Power Inc. (“Romeo” or the “Company”) (NYSE: RMO), formerly known as RMG Acquisition Corp. (“RMG”) (NYSE: RMG), on behalf of investors who purchased or acquired RMO or RMG securities between October 2, 2020 and March 2, 2021 (the “Class Period”). IMPORTANT DEADLINE: Investors who purchased Romeo’s securities during the Class Period may, no later than June 15, 2021, seek to be appointed as a lead plaintiff representative in the action. Romeo investors who suffered an investment loss in excess of $100,000 are encouraged to contact Kaskela Law LLC (D. Seamus Kaskela, Esq.) at (484) 258 – 1585, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at https://kaskelalaw.com/case/romeo-power-inc/, to discuss the opportunity to actively participate in the action as a lead plaintiff representative. On October 5, 2020, RMG announced a definitive agreement for a business combination with Romeo that would result in Romeo becoming a publicly listed company. According to the complaint, during the Class Period the defendants represented that Romeo estimated revenue of $11 million for 2020, and estimated revenue of $140 million for 2021. Defendants further represented that Romeo had “key partnerships” and close relationships with LG Chem, Samsung, Murata and SK Innovation, which manufacture battery cells, a key component in Romeo’s battery modules and packs and that they were supplying Romeo with battery cells. Furthermore, Defendants represented that Romeo had the capacity and supply to meet end-user demand for Romeo’s products, that Romeo was not beholden “to any level of the value chain”, that its supply was hedged, and that it did not see any material challenges that would hamper growth. On December 29, 2020, Romeo announced that it completed its business combination with RMG. Further according to the complaint, “unknown to investors, Romeo was suffering from an acute shortage of high quality battery cells, which are key raw materials for Romeo’s battery packs and modules, due to supply constraints.” Then, on March 30, 2021, Romeo “shocked investors by disclosing that the Company’s production had been hampered by a shortage in supply of battery cells and that its estimated 2021 revenue would therefore be reduced by approximately 71-87%.” Following this news, shares of the Company’s stock fell $2.04 per share, or nearly 20% in value, to close at $8.33 on March 31, 2021. Romeo investors who suffered an investment loss in excess of $100,000 are encouraged to contact Kaskela Law LLC to discuss the opportunity to actively participate in the action as a lead plaintiff representative. Kaskela Law LLC exclusively represents investors in securities fraud, corporate governance, and merger & acquisition litigation. For additional information about Kaskela Law LLC please visit www.kaskelalaw.com. CONTACT: D. Seamus Kaskela, Esq.KASKELA LAW LLC18 Campus Boulevard, Suite 100Newtown Square, PA 19073(484) 258 – 1585(888) 715 – email@example.com
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PHILADELPHIA, April 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kaskela Law LLC announces that a shareholder class action lawsuit has been filed against 3D Systems Corp. (“3D Systems” or the “Company”) (NYSE: DDD) on behalf of investors who purchased shares of the Company’s stock between May 6, 2020 and March 1, 2021, inclusive (the “Class Period”). IMPORTANT DEADLINE: Investors who purchased 3D Systems common stock during the Class Period may, no later than June 8, 2021, seek to be appointed as a lead plaintiff representative in the action. 3D Systems investors who suffered an investment loss in excess of $500,000 are encouraged to contact Kaskela Law LLC (D. Seamus Kaskela, Esq.) at (484) 258 – 1585, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at https://kaskelalaw.com/case/3d-systems-corp/, to discuss the opportunity to actively participate in the action as a lead plaintiff representative. According to the complaint, on March 1, 2021, 3D Systems announced that it would “delay filing its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2020.” In doing so, 3D Systems revealed that “the delay in filing is primarily related to the presentation of cash flows associated with the divestiture process for its Cimatron and GibbsCam software businesses.” 3D Systems further disclosed that “[i]n the course of preparing its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year 2020, [3D Systems] discovered certain internal control deficiencies” and that “[a]s a result, [3D Systems] will report material weaknesses in internal controls in its fiscal 2020 Annual Report on Form 10-K.” Following this news, shares of the Company’s common stock fell $7.62 per share, or nearly 20% in value, to close at $31.17 on March 2, 2021, on heavy trading volume. 3D Systems investors who suffered an investment loss in excess of $500,000 are encouraged to contact Kaskela Law LLC to discuss the opportunity to actively participate in the action as a lead plaintiff representative. Kaskela Law LLC exclusively represents investors in securities fraud, corporate governance, and merger & acquisition litigation. For additional information about Kaskela Law LLC please visit www.kaskelalaw.com. CONTACT: D. Seamus Kaskela, Esq.KASKELA LAW LLC18 Campus Boulevard, Suite 100Newtown Square, PA 19073(484) 258 – 1585(888) 715 – email@example.com
Liam Welch threw for 443 yards and a touchdown, Jay Stanton ran for three scores, and Samford throttled No. 23 Mercer 44-20 on Saturday. Mercer (5-6, 5-3 Southern Conference) entered needing a win against the Bulldogs combined with a VMI defeat against The Citadel to clinch its first-ever conference championship. After Mitchell Fineran's 44-yard field goal put Samford up 3-0 with 4:02 left in the first quarter, the Bulldogs' defense forced a three-and-out.
Internet celebrity Jake Paul and former MMA star Ben Askren face off tonight in a much-hyped boxing match in Atlanta. The Saturday evening contest is Paul’s third professional fight following his initial first-round destruction of fellow YouTube star AnEsonGib last January and November’s brutal early stoppage of ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, which took place on the undercard of Mike Tyson’s exhibition return against Roy Jones Jr. Now the 24-year-old - younger brother of Logan Paul, who has also turned his hand to professional boxing - steps up against a seasoned fighter in Askren, who retired from the world of mixed martial arts in 2019.
Economic relief prioritized for underserved communitiesWashington, April 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman today announced key details on application requirements, eligibility, and a program guide for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RFF). The restaurant industry has been among the hardest-hit sectors during the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. To help bring jobs back and revive the industry, the American Rescue Plan, signed into law by President Joe Biden, established the $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBA will administer the funds to the hardest-hit small restaurants. “Today, we are starting the process to help restaurants and bars across the country devastated by the pandemic, and this is our message: Help is here. With the launch of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, we’re prioritizing funding to the hardest-hit small businesses – irreplaceable gathering places in our neighborhoods and communities that need a lifeline now to get back on their feet,” said SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman. “And, thanks to clear directives from Congress, we’re rolling out this program to make sure that these businesses can meet payroll, purchase supplies, and get what they need in place to transition to today’s COVID-restricted marketplace.” Administrator Guzman emphasized, “We’re also focused on ensuring that the RRF program’s application process is streamlined and free of burdensome, bureaucratic hurdles – while still maintaining robust oversight. Under my leadership, the SBA aims to be as entrepreneurial as the entrepreneurs we serve – and that means meeting every small business where they are, and giving them the support they need to recover, rebuild and thrive.” Under this announcement, details on application requirements, eligibility, and a program guide are now available in English at www.sba.gov/restaurants or in Spanish at www.sba.gov/restaurantes. Ahead of the application launch and over the next two weeks, the SBA will establish a seven-day pilot period for the RRF application portal and conduct extensive outreach and training. The pilot period will be used to address technical issues ahead of the public launch. Participants in this pilot will be randomly selected from existing PPP borrowers in priority groups for RRF and will not receive funds until the application portal is open to the public. Following the pilot, the application portal will be opened to the public. The official application launch date will be announced at a later date. For the first 21 days that the program is open, the SBA will prioritize reviewing applications from small businesses owned by women, veterans, and socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. Following the 21-day period, all eligible applicants are encouraged to submit applications. The groundwork for this announcement is the result of a comprehensive effort to reach out to diverse stakeholders in order to understand the needs and barriers restaurants face in accessing emergency relief aid. “Local restaurants and bars are being served very good news today,” said Erika Polmar, Executive Director of the Independent Restaurant Coalition. “These guidelines were crafted by the SBA after conversations with independent restaurant and bar operators across the country. We are grateful to the SBA for their hard work to make this process as accessible as possible in a short period of time. It is clear the SBA and the Biden Administration care deeply about ensuring businesses struggling the most can quickly and effectively use this relief program, and we look forward to continued conversations and collaboration to ensure this fund works as intended for the independent restaurant and bar community.” Community business leaders from underserved communities also welcomed RRF assistance as much-needed economic relief and are working with their broad membership bases to navigate the grant application process. “In addition to historically having less operating liquidity and revenue than almost any other small business demographic, Black-owned restaurants received significantly less stimulus funding during the COVID-19 pandemic, heightening challenges and leading to disproportionate closures,” said Ron Busby, Sr., president and CEO, U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. “The USBC believes this initiative and collaboration with the SBA will bring needed resources and relief to these often underserved businesses to aid in stabilization, recovery and ultimately, strengthen our economy.” In addition to restaurant groups and leading advocacy groups for underserved business communities, the SBA has engaged national and state trade associations, and other small business stakeholders in recent weeks to understand their concerns about relief programs. “Small and independent craft breweries are vibrant community gathering places that can be found in nearly every congressional district in the U.S. and contribute to manufacturing, hospitality, retail, tourism, and agricultural industries,” said Bob Pease, president and CEO, Brewers Association. “We are pleased to work with the SBA to promote the Restaurant Revitalization Fund landing page and its available resources, and assist the breweries hit hardest by COVID-19 secure much needed additional relief to help them survive the pandemic and prepare for the restart of the economy.” At all levels, the SBA will continue engaging with stakeholder communities to inform and design delivery of financial assistance programs. As the SBA builds and prepares to roll out the program, this dedicated SBA website is the best source for up-to-date information for eligible restaurants interested in the RRF. ### About the U.S. Small Business Administration The U.S. Small Business Administration makes the American dream of business ownership a reality. As the only go-to resource and voice for small businesses backed by the strength of the federal government, the SBA empowers entrepreneurs and small business owners with the resources and support they need to start, grow or expand their businesses, or recover from a declared disaster. It delivers services through an extensive network of SBA field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations. To learn more, visit www.sba.gov. CONTACT: Press Office United States Small Business Administration Press_Office@sba.gov
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Great Britain are through to the first round of the Billie Jean King Cup after Katie Boulter wrapped up victory over Mexico in their playoff clash. Boulter, who also won her opening match on Friday, beat Giulliana Olmos 6-4 6-1to seal a 3-1 triumph at the National Tennis Centre in London. The result means Britain go forward to a first-round tie next February, where victory would see them qualify for the finals week for the first time.
RADNOR, PA / ACCESSWIRE / April 17, 2021 / The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP reminds investors that a securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York against 3D Systems Corp. (NYSE:DDD) ("3D Systems") on behalf of those who purchased or acquired 3D Systems securities between May 6, 2020 and March 1, 2021, inclusive (the "Class Period").
Steven Matz held the Kansas City Royals without a hit into the sixth inning, and Jonathan Davis and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. homered to give the Toronto Blue Jays a 5-1 victory in the seven-inning opener of their doubleheader Saturday. Matz (3-0) only allowed a pair of walks before Nicky Lopez's blooper to left with one out in the sixth. Matz gave up Andrew Benintendi's two-out double later in the inning for the only other blemish on an otherwise dominant performance.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — CF Montreal, carving open Toronto FC's defence, cruised to a 4-2 win over its Canadian rival in their Major League Soccer season opener Saturday. The game was a matchup of new coaches with 44-year-old Wilfried Nancy in charge of Montreal and 48-year-old Chris Armas at Toronto's helm. Mason Toye, Romell Quioto, Victor Wanyama and Djordje Mihailovic scored for Montreal. Mark Delgado, from the penalty spot, and Richie Laryea, with a late goal, replied for Toronto, which was second-best throughout the game. Both Canadian teams have set up shop in Florida due to pandemic-related travel restrictions. The temperature was 32 degrees Celsius for kickoff at DRV PNK Stadium (pronounced Drive Pink), which is home to Inter Miami CF. Saturday's match was officially a home game for Montreal. TFC is based in Orlando. Montreal struck in the third minute after a stumbling Auro lost his balance and the ball near the halfway line. Zachary Brault-Guillard drove towards the Toronto penalty box before finding Toye to his left. With fullback Laryea up the field and centre back Omar Gonzalez unable to close, Toye curled a right-footed shot past Alex Bono from just inside the penalty box. Toye's goal was his first in Montreal colours after arriving in a trade with Minnesota last October. Montreal doubled its lead with a wonder strike in the 24th minute. Another poor touch, this time deep in the Montreal end, cost Auro with Montreal defender Joel Waterman sweeping the ball into the deserted Toronto half. Quioto gave chase, outpaced debutant defender Luke Singh and, still at high speed, hammered a high shot past Bono at the near post from a tight angle. Auro had a chance to redeem himself from the penalty spot late in the half. Waterman took him down as he sliced into the penalty box. The Brazilian fullback had converted a spot kick in pre-season, but this time Clement Diop stopped his weak stop-start penalty. Toronto got another shot when Diop, after video review, was deemed to have moved off the line early by referee Ismail Elfath. Delgado stepped up to the penalty spot and made no mistake. He sent Diop the wrong way in the 44th minute. Spanish playmaker Alejandro Pozuelo normally takes penalties for Toronto, but the reigning league MVP is out with a thigh injury. Wanyama restored Montreal's two-goal lead in the 54th. He rose above Toronto captain Michael Bradley at the far post to head in a Mustafa Kizza corner and complete a Uganda-to-Kenya connection. The crafty Mihailovic, who cost up to US$1 million in allocation money in a December trade with Chicago, made it 4-1 in the 71st minute. He split Singh and Gonzalez and blasted a shot by Bono to open his Montreal account. Laryea made it 4-2 in the 88th minute with a fine individual effort dribbling past three Montreal defenders to beat Diop from close-range. Toronto was coming off the high of dispatching Mexico's Club Leon 2-1 Wednesday — for a 3-2 aggregate win — in Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League round-of-16 play. But the club entered the season opener with a long injury list, and was missing at least four starters. In addition to Pozuelo, Chris Mavinga (calf), Erickson Gallardo (groin), Julian Dunn (hip) and Ifunanyachi Achara (knee) were unavailable Saturday. Star striker Jozy Altidore (thigh) was listed as questionable and did not dress. Midfielder Jonathan Osorio, who has been dealing with a thigh issue, was suspended after kicking out at Nashville's Alex Muyl in the playoffs last season. Armas went with the same starting 11 he used midweek against Leon. That meant first MLS starts for 20-year-olds Singh and Noble Okello and a second for 18-year-old Ralph Priso. Singh officially joined the first team Friday as a homegrown player, although he saw action in both games against Leon after signing short-term contracts. Kizza and Kamal Miller joined Mihailovic in making their MLS Montreal debuts. Montreal was missing Luis Binks and Ballou Tabla, The two teams combined for nine Canadian starters — five for Toronto and four for Montreal. Montreal patiently moved the ball around the field, negating the Toronto press for the most part. Montreal made Toronto pay for losing possession. When TFC had the ball, Montreal strung a line of five defenders. Pacey winger Jacob Shaffeburg, often Toronto's best threat, missed a chance to tie the game in the sixth minute, but his chip went just wide. An unmarked Toye could have scored a second goal in the 17th minute, but his header off a fine Kizza cross was off-target. Toronto's Jordan Perruzza, a 20-year-old forward making his MLS debut, and Nick DeLeon replaced Patrick Mullins and Okello to start the second half. Bradley fired high in the 64th minute after Laryea found him alone in front of goal. Minutes later, it was Quioto's header off a cross from substitute Erik Hurtado that was off-target. Six-foot-five striker Bjorn Johnsen, an American-born Norwegian international, made his Montreal debut off the bench in the 69th minute Toronto finished second in the Eastern Conference last year with a 13-5-5 record. Montreal was ninth at 8-13-2. NOTES: Canadian midfielder Samuel Piette captained Montreal … TFC had won five of the previous six meetings between the teams, including three of four last season. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 17, 2021 The Canadian Press
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