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The Office for Budget Responsibility said questions remain over why Chancellor Rishi Sunak has no provision for Covid-related costs beyond 2022.
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said it could be “a matter of years” before its schools recover from the financial blow they took when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports and then limited how games have returned. The loss of revenue from the canceled Big 12 and NCAA tournaments last season, just as the first outbreak was forcing emergency health declarations across the country, was only the beginning.
In a former royal forest, tree surgeons on Monday began felling centuries-old oak trees which will be used to rebuild the wooden-framed spire of Notre-Dame de Paris after it was destroyed by fire. The lead-coated spire, which for more than 150 years had defined the central Paris sky line, was consumed by the blaze in April 2019, collapsing through the stone vaulted roof to the tears and gasps of distraught onlookers. President Emmanuel Macron announced last summer that the 96-metre (315 ft) spire would be reconstructed as originally designed by Eugene Viollet-le-Duc in the 19th century, launching the hunt for the 1,000 oaks required to build the spire and the frame of the cathedral's transept.
TORONTO, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BDO Canada LLP, a leading professional services firm in Canada, today announced a strategic partnership with Ceridian, a global human capital management (HCM) technology company. Through its 500-people-strong Lixar Fueled by BDO technology business, BDO will implement Ceridian’s industry-leading HCM platform, Dayforce, for clients across Canada. Ceridian offers full-suite HCM to help HR and business leaders make intelligent decisions that create quantifiable value for their companies. Trusted by more than 4,900 customers globally, the modern Dayforce platform simplifies complex HR and operational processes by combining HR, payroll, benefits, workforce management, and talent management into a single, cohesive system. “The need for organizations in Canada to digitally transform their business and drive workforce engagement and productivity has never been more critical,” said Matthew Kenny, National Leader of the Lixar Fueled by BDO technology business. “Our partnership with Ceridian expands our capability to help organizations optimize their HR processes, enhance the employee experience, and leverage the right HCM platform to evolve and grow their business.” Ceridian’s collaboration with BDO is part of the Ceridian Partner Network where businesses can access holistic services to modernize their HCM processes. System Integrator partners combine their Ceridian expertise with deep advisory services to provide expert guidance on organizational, functional, and process development at the industry, regional, or global level. "We're excited to welcome BDO to Ceridian as we deliver modern HCM experiences for the fluid, fast-paced workplace of the future. Our award-winning Dayforce products and services, coupled with BDO's technology expertise, are a perfect match for today’s forward-focused companies,” said Raja Nucho, SVP Partnerships & Alliances, Ceridian. “We can now bring our combined capabilities to existing and new clients to help drive value for HR transformations while creating experiences employees love." About BDO BDO Canada LLP is a leading provider of professional services to clients of all sizes in virtually all business sectors. Our team delivers a comprehensive range of assurance, accounting, tax, and advisory services, complemented by a deep industry knowledge gained from 100 years of working within local communities. As part of the international BDO network, we're able to provide seamless and consistent cross-border services to clients with global needs. With over 90,000 people working out of more than 1,600 offices in over 160 countries, the network generates worldwide revenue of $10.3 billion USD. BDO Canada’s Technology Business, “Lixar Fueled by BDO” is a premier Data and Technology solution provider focused on serving mid-enterprise clients through Data and AI, Business Applications, and Modern Workplace solutions, underpinned by market leading Cyber and Cloud engineering capabilities. Lixar’s market leadership has been recently recognized by the 2019 AI Innovation Microsoft Impact Award, the 2020 Microsoft Data Platform Modernization Award, and membership in the 2020/2021 Inner Circle for Microsoft Business Applications. Hayley ShaughnessyProof Strategies Inc.email@example.com(416) 969-2717
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - March 8, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Infinity Q Diversified Alpha Fund Institutional Class (NASDAQ: IQDNX) ("Infinity Q") between December 21, 2018 and February 22, 2021. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New ...
Vancouver, British Columbia, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Inflection Resources Ltd. (CSE: AUCU / OTCQB: AUCUF / FSE: 5VJ) (the "Company" or "Inflection") is pleased to announce that Dr. Alan Wilson has joined the Company as a Technical Advisor. As Technical Advisor, Dr. Wilson will assist the Company with the ongoing copper-gold exploration program in northern New South Wales, Australia where initial drilling has identified several areas of alteration indicative of copper-gold porphyry centres.Expert in alkalic porphyry systems, particularly in the Lachlan Fold Belt in New South Wales, Alan has over 30 years experience, including senior roles with several of the worlds’ largest mining companies.He obtained his PhD in Economic Geology by completing the first detailed geological and genetic study of the Cadia gold-copper porphyry deposits, owned by Newcrest Mining and located southeast of Inflection’s 100% owned exploration licenses. Alistair Waddell, Inflection Resources President and CEO, comments, “We are excited to welcome Alan as a Technical Advisor to the Company and look forward to his input in our ongoing exploration activities. Alan’s extensive knowledge of alkalic porphyry systems in New South Wales, and his specific experience in the Cadia district, is extremely relevant to our ongoing exploration programs, where we have already identified several zones of strong porphyry style alteration in the northern, covered extension of the Macquarie Arc”. Dr. Wilson is an economic geologist with thirty years’ experience in the exploration for base and precious metal deposits globally, experience that has allowed him to develop a deep understanding of the critical role geology plays in assessment of ore potential at projects in all stages of development. Alan has worked for several of the world’s largest mining companies in increasingly senior technical and exploration management roles, culminating in the role of International Exploration Manager with Antofagasta PLC from 2010 until 2019. Dr. Wilson obtained his PhD in Economic Geology at the University of Tasmania, Australia in 2003, completing the first detailed geological and genetic study of the then-recently discovered Cadia alkalic gold-copper porphyry deposits of the Lachlan Fold Belt in New South Wales, Australia. This work at Cadia, which is widely published, and subsequent exploration and technical evaluations of alkalic porphyry systems throughout the Lachlan Fold Belt, British Columbia and other emerging terranes globally, has established Alan as a recognised technical and exploration expert in this type of deposit. Alan is a Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists and a Fellow of the Geological Society of London, through which he holds Chartered Geologist accreditation. The Company has agreed to grant to Dr. Wilson 200,000 incentive stock options exercisable at $0.34 per common share over a five-year term, such options to vest six months after the date of grant. The stock options are subject to the acceptance of the Canadian Securities Exchange. About Inflection Resources Inflection is a technically driven gold and copper-gold focused mineral exploration company with projects in Eastern Australia where it is systematically drill testing a large portfolio of projects in New South Wales and in Queensland. The Company is exploring for large gold and copper-gold deposits in the northern interpreted extension of the Macquarie Arc, part of the Lachlan Fold Belt in New South Wales. The Macquarie Arc is Australia's premier porphyry gold-copper province being host to Newcrest Mining's Cadia deposits, the CMOC Northparkes deposits and Evolution Mining's Cowal deposits plus numerous exploration prospects including Boda, the recent discovery made by Alkane Resources. For more information, please visit the Company's website at www.inflectionresources.com. On Behalf of the Board of Directors "Alistair Waddell" President and CEO For further information, please contact: Brennan Zerb Investor Relations Manager +1 (778) 867-5016 Neither the Canadian Securities Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements This news release includes certain forward-looking statements and forward-looking information (collectively, "forward-looking statements") within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included herein including, without limitation, those relating to the benefits of the Company's OTCQB listing, statements regarding future capital expenditures, anticipated content, commencement, and cost of exploration programs in respect of the Company's projects and mineral properties, and the anticipated business plans and timing of future activities of the Company, are forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes that such statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. Often, but not always, forward looking information can be identified by words such as "pro forma", "plans", "expects", "may", "should", "budget", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends", "anticipates", "believes", "potential" or variations of such words including negative variations thereof, and phrases that refer to certain actions, events or results that may, could, would, might or will occur or be taken or achieved. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to differ materially from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Such risks and other factors include, among others, statements as to the anticipated business plans and timing of future activities of the Company, including the Company's exploration plans, the proposed expenditures for exploration work thereon, the ability of the Company to obtain sufficient financing to fund its business activities and plans, delays in obtaining governmental and regulatory approvals (including of the Canadian Securities Exchange), permits or financing, changes in laws, regulations and policies affecting mining operations, the Company's limited operating history, currency fluctuations, title disputes or claims, environmental issues and liabilities, as well as those factors discussed under the heading "Risk Factors" in the Company's prospectus dated June 12, 2020 and other filings of the Company with the Canadian Securities Authorities, copies of which can be found under the Company's profile on the SEDAR website at www.sedar.com. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The Company undertakes no obligation to update any of the forward-looking statements, except as otherwise required by law. CONTACT: Brennan Zerb Inflection Resources 7788675016 Bzerb@inflectionresources.com
Voya Foundation, the company’s giving arm — has entered into a collaborative effort with Teach For America to diversify America’s educator workforce.
At the direction of the federal government, retailers participating in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program must prioritize the following individuals for vaccine appointments until further notice:
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - March 8, 2021) - The Klein Law Firm announces that a class action complaint has been filed on behalf of shareholders of Nutanix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTNX) alleging that the Company violated federal securities laws.Class Period: March 1, 2018 and May 30, 2019Lead Plaintiff Deadline: March 22, 2021Learn more about your recoverable losses in NTNX:http://www.kleinstocklaw.com/pslra-1/nutanix-inc-loss-submission-form?id=13434&from=5The filed complaint alleges that Nutanix, Inc. made materially false and/or misleading statements and/or failed ...
Marking the Third Multifamily Community in the Boston Market for Toll Brothers Apartment Living The Bradford - Belmont, MA | Toll Brothers Apartment Living The Bradford - Belmont, MA | Toll Brothers Apartment Living FORT WASHINGTON, PA, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Toll Brothers, Inc. (NYSE: TOL) (www.TollBrothers.com) the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, through its Toll Brothers Apartment Living® rental subsidiary, and The Davis Companies is pleased to announce the opening of The Bradford, a brand-new luxury community located in Belmont, Mass. The project marks the sixth partnership between Toll Brothers Apartment Living and The Davis Companies. The Bradford, a 112-apartment home community, offers a blend of studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans across three buildings. Each apartment home includes a premier package of modern and contemporary finishes designed with attention to detail in mind. Residents enter their residences through a secure keyless entry system and are met with high-end features including wood-style flooring, quartz countertops, pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances, full size in-unit washer and dryer, and spacious walk-in closets. Select homes feature dens and balconies. At The Bradford, residents will enjoy the community focused experience with boutique amenities such as a private courtyard with outdoor grills, roof deck with Boston skyline views, resident lounge and more. Included essentials such as included personal in-home WiFi, covered parking garage, and controlled access provide comfort and peace of mind to the residents. “The Bradford is a great addition to the Belmont neighborhood that fosters a sense of community and home,” said Bill Lovett, Regional Director of Acquisitions and Development, Toll Brothers Apartment Living. “Our boutique community, located just outside of Boston, offers residents a quiet retreat from the city and is unlike anything in the Boston area.” Located within 15-minutes of Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville, The Bradford in Belmont resides in one of the highest-ranking Boston suburbs and offers a close-knit community experience. Residents are provided with convenient access to major highways (Routes 2, 95/128, I-90) and commuter rail and bus stations for easy urban access. Combining a top-tier public school system, 30,000 square feet of neighboring retail and restaurants, and scenic parks and preserved open spaces, The Bradford ensures that residents will be able to get a high-end living experience with the lifestyle to their choosing. “We’re excited to open our third multifamily community in the Boston market,” said Charles Elliott, President, Toll Brothers Apartment Living. “The employment opportunities, culture and recreational options in Metro Boston create an ideal destination for our continued growth.” “The Davis Companies is thrilled to partner again with the Toll Brothers Apartment Living group in providing this dynamic and beautifully constructed apartment community in Belmont. Toll’s distinctive design, quality finishes and ever-present focus on details and craftmanship is present throughout this community,” said Gary Hofstetter, SVP, Asset Management for the Davis Companies. Toll Brothers Apartment Living manages the development, marketing, leasing and property management of The Bradford. For more information regarding The Bradford, please visit their website: TheBradfordBelmont.com. ABOUT TOLL BROTHERS APARTMENT LIVING®Toll Brothers Apartment Living (TBAL) is the apartment development division of Toll Brothers, Inc. (NYSE: TOL), an award-winning Fortune 500 company and the nation’s premier builder of luxury homes. Toll Brothers Apartment Living is bringing the same quality, value, and service familiar to luxury home buyers throughout the country to upscale urban and suburban rental communities in select markets, including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington, DC. Toll Brothers Apartment Living has developed more than 6,900 units, has more 4,600 units under management and controls a national pipeline of more than 15,600 units. Toll Brothers Apartment Living communities combine the energy of vibrant locations with unparalleled amenities, resident services, design, and the expertise of the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes. For more information visit TollBrothersApartmentLiving.com ABOUT THE DAVIS COMPANIESThe Davis Companies is a fully-integrated real estate investment, development and management firm based in Boston, MA with over 40 years of experience. Since inception, the firm has invested across five market cycles and has developed nearly 14.8 million square feet of commercial space and over 4,000 residential units, including ground up new construction, adaptive reuse, and redevelopment across a broad array of asset classes. The Davis Companies is also committed to delivering new developments and enhancing existing assets with careful consideration for the environment. The firm’s management and development experience include delivering nearly 2 million sf of LEED certified projects, while also integrating ongoing learning and best practices into core operations to set a new standard for real estate. # # # Attachments The Bradford_Exterior_MA The Bradford_Interior_MA CONTACT: John M. Piedrahita Toll Brothers Apartment Living 202-378-3302 firstname.lastname@example.org
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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is reviving a lawsuit brought by a Georgia college student who sued school officials after being prevented from distributing Christian literature on campus. The high court sided 8-1 with the student, Chike Uzuegbunam, and against Georgia Gwinnett College. Uzuegbunam has since graduated, and the public school in Lawrenceville, Georgia, has changed its policies. Lower courts said the case was moot, but the Supreme Court disagreed. Groups across the political spectrum including the American Civil Liberties Union had said that the case is important to ensuring that people whose constitutional rights were violated can continue their cases even when governments reverse the policies they were challenging. At issue was whether Uzuegbunam’s case could continue because he was only seeking so-called nominal damages of $1. “This case asks whether an award of nominal damages by itself can redress a past injury. We hold that it can,” Justice Clarence Thomas wrote for a majority of the court. Writing only for himself, Chief Justice John Roberts disagreed. Roberts argued that the case brought by Uzuegbunam and another student, Joseph Bradford, is moot since the two are no longer students at the college, the restrictions no longer exist and they “have not alleged actual damages.” Writing about the symbolic dollar they are seeking, Roberts said that: “If nominal damages can preserve a live controversy, then federal courts will be required to give advisory opinions whenever a plaintiff tacks on a request for a dollar.” He accused his colleagues of "turning judges into advice columnists." It appears to be the first time in his more than 15 years on the court that the chief justice has filed a solo dissent in an argued case. That's according to Adam Feldman, the creator of the Empirical SCOTUS blog, which tracks a variety of data about the court. Uzuegbunam’s lawyer, Kristen Waggoner of the Arizona-based Alliance Defending Freedom, a group that focuses on faith-based cases, cheered the ruling. “We are pleased that the Supreme Court weighed in on the side of justice for those victims,” she said in a statement. Georgia Gwinnett College did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday. In January, during arguments in the case which the justices heard by phone because of the coronavirus pandemic, Justice Brett Kavanaugh said it was his “strong suspicion" that the dispute has continued because the issue of nominal damages is important to determining who pays Uzuegbunam's attorneys fees. Georgia Gwinnett College for years had a restrictive policy that limited where students could make speeches and distribute written materials to two “free speech expression areas.” Students had to get permission to demonstrate, march or pass out leaflets in other areas. In 2016, Uzuegbunam was distributing Christian pamphlets and talking to students on campus when a security guard told him he’d need to make a reservation and distribute the literature in one of the college’s two speech zones. But when Uzuegbunam did, he was approached again and told that there had been complaints and that he’d need to stop. Uzuegbunam sued and the college changed its policy in 2017. Students can now generally demonstrate or distribute literature anywhere and at any time on campus without having to first obtain a permit. The college has said it won’t go back to its old policy. The case is Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski, 19-968. Jessica Gresko, The Associated Press
Since the pandemic broke out, countries have seen a surge in reports of domestic violence as populations have been ordered to stay at home.
Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo declined to specify Monday why Jeremy Jeffress was released from a minor league contract by the team, saying only that he considered it an “employment issue” and acknowledging it was not related to the reliever's baseball performance. “We’re just going to stand by the statement I made yesterday. It’s a 'personnel matter',” Rizzo said in a video conference with reporters a day after the team cut ties with Jeffress, a 2018 NL All-Star for the Brewers who was with the Cubs last season. "We’re not going to discuss it any further, per our policy on personnel matters, and we’re just going to keep it at that.” Asked to define the term he used in relation to the move, Rizzo responded, "A 'personnel reason’ is an employment issue." After Washington announced his release Sunday, Jeffress tweeted: “I’m not what they say I am, I’m what God says! I don’t deserve this false negativity!” Manager Dave Martinez wouldn't comment on Jeffress at all. “I’m really not inclined to talk about it,” Martinez said. Other topics addressed by Washington's GM or manager before the club hosted the New York Mets in an exhibition game Monday: — Pitcher Jon Lester is back in camp after surgery to remove his thyroid gland on Friday in New York. “He’s sore around where the incision is, so we’re going to take it slow. But we’re going to actually ramp him up," Martinez said. — 2019 World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg is scheduled to start Tuesday against the Astros and throw 30 to 35 pitches in his first appearance since he was shut down in August and had carpal tunnel surgery on his right wrist. Strasburg only threw five innings in 2020. “We just got to keep an eye on him, make sure ... that (he) doesn’t do too much," Martinez said. “So for me, it’s just about watching his innings and building him up to where we feel like when we leave spring training, he’s up to about 85, 90 pitches.” — Rizzo said he and the team's owners are “in the midst of making decisions on what a time frame would look like” with long-term contracts for right fielder Juan Soto and shortstop Trea Turner. "We certainly have made, and will make, a long-term extension offer to both players some time in the near future,” the GM said. — Washington “probably would not consider” using a six-man rotation to begin the season, Rizzo said. “There’s going to be some creative ways to get these starters through games early on in the season until they’re really comfortable and really built up,” he said. — Reliever Tanner Rainey was scheduled to throw a bullpen session of about 20 pitches on Monday; he has been dealing with a muscle issue near his collarbone. Rizzo and Martinez expect Rainey to be ready for opening day. — The D.C. government said last week it has not approved spectators at Nationals Park, but Rizzo said he's optimistic a solution can be worked out. — The team's alternate site again will be at Fredericksburg, Virginia. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Howard Fendrich, The Associated Press
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - March 8, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of bluebird bio, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLUE) ("bluebird" or "the Company") between May 11, 2020 and November 4, 2020. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. To ...
Harpo Productions/Joe Pugliese via Getty ImagesPerhaps the most extraordinary moment of last night’s interview with Harry and Meghan came when Meghan said that Harry was asked by a member of the royal family how dark their children’s skin was likely to be, and questioned what image of the family that would project.Harry, when he joined the interview, reiterated the claim. It was notable, that Harry and Meghan gave differing accounts of when the racist conversation took place: Meghan said it was during a series of conversations that happened while she was pregnant with Archie, Harry said it happened “right at the beginning” of their relationship.Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Oprah Interview Was a Royal Family Depth ChargeBoth refused to identify the individual concerned, but they were clear it was a member of the family as opposed to a palace courtier.Meghan raised the issue when she was discussing what she alleged was a discriminatory drive by the palace at the time to not make her unborn son Archie a prince.Meghan said, “In those months when I was pregnant, all around this same time-—so we have in tandem the conversation of ‘He won’t be given security, he’s not going to be given a title,”—and also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he’s born.”A stunned Oprah sought clarification and Meghan replied: “There were, there were several conversations about it,” which took place “with Harry” who relayed the content of them to her.Saying she would not identify the person in question, Meghan said: “I think that would be very damaging to them,” but added: “That was relayed to me from Harry. Those were conversations that family had with him.”Harry said it was a “conversation I’m never going to share,” but when Oprah suggested he was asked, “ Like, what will the baby look like?” he conceded that he was indeed asked that: “Yeah, what will the kids look like?”Harry did not pin the conversation on his family, but did mention them in his next breath, saying: “That was right at the beginning, when she wasn’t going to get security, when members of my family were suggesting that she carries on acting, because there was not enough money to pay for her, and all this sort of stuff.”Given his previous history of racist comments, suspicion immediately alighted upon Prince Philip, Harry’s 99-year-old grandfather who is recovering from heart surgery in hospital, as the author of the racist questions.Aware, perhaps, that Philip would be the natural target of suspicion, Harry authorized Oprah to make a stunning declaration on CBS this morning: “He did not share the identity with me but he wanted to make sure that I knew and if I had an opportunity to share it, that it was not his grandmother nor his grandfather that were a part of those conversations.”By Monday afternoon, the palace had still not issued any kind of response to any of the myriad allegations made by Meghan, including the one that a member of the royal family expressed “concerns” about her children’s skin color. The palace did not respond to specific enquiries for this story, nor did the Sussexes’ press team.Harry and Meghan must have known the allegation would cause tremendous disquiet, and inevitably set off a guessing game as to who could possibly have made the comment.Of course there are only a small number of people who could possibly be in the frame. Realistically the only members of the royal family who could have been involved in the ancillary conversations that surrounded the specific conversation are members of the royal family more senior than Harry.It’s simply not conceivable that minor royals such as Prince Andrew or Prince Edward would have been involved in discussions about the status and future police protection of Harry’s children.By exonerating Philip, Harry seems to have pointed the finger at one of two people: Prince William or Prince Charles.But Harry had warm words for his brother despite their current difficulties, saying: “As I’ve said before, I love William to bits. He’s my brother. We’ve been through hell together.”This doesn’t sound like the kind of thing you’d say about someone who had expressed “concerns” about your child’s skin color.His relationship with Charles, however, seems to be in a much more parlous state.Talking about the run-up to their public announcement they were “stepping back” from frontline royal duties, Harry said: “I had three conversations with my grandmother and two conversations with my father—before he stopped taking my calls.”Oprah at the end of the broadcast asked Harry: “Your relationship with your father? Is he taking your calls now?”Harry replied: “Yeah. Yeah, he is. There’s a lot to work through there, you know? I feel really let down, because he’s been through something similar. He knows what pain feels like, and this is—and Archie’s his grandson. But, at the same time, you know, of course I will always, I will always love him, but there’s a lot of hurt that’s happened. And I will continue to, to make it one of my priorities to try and heal that relationship. But they only know what they know, and that’s the thing…I’ve tried to educate them through the process that I have been educated.”Charles’ supporters were quick to defend him today. His official biographer Jonathan Dimbleby told the BBC that he found the notion that Prince Charles could have raised concerns about the skin color of the Sussexes’ baby “quite astonishing,” saying, “He is someone whose personal and professional life has been dedicated to bringing people together not pulling them apart. I find it extraordinarily difficult to believe that it might have been him.”And so, for now at least, the hunt for the alleged royal racist continues.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Stocks were mixed on Monday and Treasury yields climbed further after Congress made headway toward passing another significant COVID-19 relief package.
Facebook said Monday that Albanian political parties should be transparent on how they finance their political advertising on its pages before next month's election. A statement from Facebook said that starting Thursday “all electoral and political ads in Albania must come from authorized advertisers and include “Paid for by” disclaimers.” Albania holds a parliamentary election April 25.