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Kamala Harris is the first Black and South Asian woman elected to the nation's second-highest office. Advocates hope corporate America takes note.
Cometh a third lockdown, cometh Joe Wicks: once more beaming positivity and PE lessons into our lounges. But what about his own mental state? Kerry Potter stretches off and listens to his woes
Harlequins have parted company with head of rugby Paul Gustard. The decision has come with Harlequins sitting seventh in the Premiership table after six rounds of matches. Gustard, who joined Harlequins in 2018 after previously working under Eddie Jones with England, has now left The Stoop during his third season in charge and Quins says he has left with immediate effect to "enable him to pursue other opportunities".
A convoy of five trucks carrying oxygen sent by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro arrived late on Tuesday night in the Brazilian city of Manaus, where hospitals ran out of supplies in a resurgent coronavirus pandemic. The tractor trailer trucks took two days to cover the 1,500 kilometers (900 miles) between Ciudad Guayana and Manaus, the capital of Brazil's Amazonas state, whose governor had appealed for help amid a surge of severe coronavirus infections and a crippling lack of oxygen tanks. Doctors in overwhelmed Manaus hospitals said patients had to share cylinders and some had suffocated when the oxygen ran out.
Kapurthala (Punjab) [India], January 20 (ANI): The Kapurthala Police has busted an international narcotics smuggling module and recovered 3.5 kg heroin. Three persons have been arrested.
Irishman racing pressure-free after Vuelta success
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s official Academy Awards entry for best international feature film would be a fine winner
The incoming president wants to work with Republicans and limit his executive actions. How long will that last?
Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE: OSK), a leading innovator of mission-critical vehicles and essential equipment, will hold its 2021 annual shareholders’ meeting virtually at 8:00 a.m. CST on Tuesday, February 2, 2021. The meeting will be available via webcast and will include remarks from both Wilson Jones, Oshkosh Corporation Chief Executive Officer and John Pfeifer, Oshkosh Corporation President and Chief Operating Officer. To access the webcast, go to www.oshkoshcorp.com at least 15 minutes prior to the event.
And he's off -- to the tune of a Frank Sinatra ballad and the escaped laughter of CNN anchors.President Trump departed with his family from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Wednesday, four years to the day he took his oath of office. He got out of Dodge and is headed to Florida to begin his post-White House life.As his plane took off, Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' blared, which was certainly on the nose. The whole scene amused CNN's coverage crew, who couldn't hold back a few chuckles. It's been a long four years, after all. > Just an incredible segue. pic.twitter.com/EJgQQv3qzi> > -- Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 20, 2021More stories from theweek.com Trump issues last-minute order attempting to free his appointees from ethics commitments 5 more scathing cartoons about Trump's 2nd impeachment Late night hosts joyfully celebrate their last night of Trump jokes, get ready to rib Joe Biden
CAIRO — A “tragic” shipwreck in the Mediterranean Sea off Libya's coast killed at least 43 migrants bound for Europe, the U.N. migration agency said Wednesday. The International Organization for Migration said the shipwreck that took place a day earlier was the first maritime disaster in 2021 involving migrants seeking better lives in Europe. The IOM said coastal security in Libya’s western town of Zuwara rescued 10 migrants and brought them to shore. It said the dead were all men from Western African nations, according to survivors. It said the boat left the western city of Zawiya early Tuesday and capsized a few hours later after its engine stopped working amid rough seas. Libya, which descended into chaos following the 2011 uprising that toppled and killed longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi, has emerged as a major transit point for African and Arab migrants fleeing war and poverty to Europe. Most migrants make the perilous journey in ill-equipped and unsafe rubber boats. The Associated Press
"No more days of angry tweets," late-night talk show host James Corden marked the last day of Donald Trump's presidency with a spoof of Les Miserables' song
Standard Investigation: People have secured illicit jabs through links meant for NHS staff and vulnerable
The Canadian dollar strengthened against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday as investors bet the U.S. would heavily stimulate its economy and the Bank of Canada would look past a drop in inflation. Canada's annual inflation rate slowed to 0.7% in December, down from a year-on-year increase of 1.0% in November, while the average of the Bank of Canada's three core measures dipped to 1.6% from 1.7%, data from Statistics Canada showed. Still, the dip in underlying inflation "is not a big sea-change in terms of the drivers," said Derek Holt, vice president of capital markets economics at Scotiabank.
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The Atlanta Dream are close to being sold, ending defeated U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler's contentious stint as a WNBA owner. ''As it relates to the Atlanta Dream, we understand a sale of the franchise is close to being finalized,'' the league said in a statement. Players around the league have called for Loeffler to sell her 49% stake in the Dream after she wrote a letter to WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert over the summer objecting to the league's initiatives to advocate for racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.
'We have set ambitious goals to make Canyon-SRAM a more diverse and inclusive team'
Domestically, Downing Street is calling for politics to be ‘civil and kind’. That would be a break with the prime minister’s past
Germany's extended shutdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus will weigh on Europe's largest economy but not choke it off, with economic institute Ifo forecasting quarterly growth of 3% in the second quarter. Chancellor Angela Merkel and the country's 16 states agreed on Tuesday to extend a shutdown until mid-February as Germany, once seen as a role model for fighting the pandemic, struggles with a second wave of infections. Commerzbank economist Joerg Kraemer said the lockdown's impact on retailers and services will likely lead to a GDP contraction of 2% in the current quarter, adding the economy would normally grow by 2% without restrictions on activity.