UNP earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
On Sunday, when Sacha Baron Cohen went to receive the Comedic Genius Award at the Movie & TV Awards, Borat, Ali G, and more of his doppelgängers kept stealing the spotlight.
SEATTLE (AP) — Xavier Arreaga and Brad Smith scored second-half goals and the MLS-leading Seattle Sounders beat Los Angeles FC 2-0 on Sunday night. Arreaga opened the scoring in the 57th minute, redirecting João Paulo’s corner with a header inside the right post. It was Arreaga’s first career goal with the Sounders (5-0-1). Carlos Vela, the 2019 MLS MVP, made his second appearance of the season, entering as a substitute in the 70th minute and giving the LAFC (1-2-2) side a potential boost for a tying goal. But Smith made it 2-0 for Seattle three minutes later, heading home Alex Roldan’s cross. Smith was off target on the best scoring opportunity of the first half, spraying a wide-open shot left of the goal from 12 yards out. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
The Sony Center website shows a banner that says that pre-orders for the Sony PlayStation 5 will start today at 12PM (noon) IST. The standard edition is priced at Rs 49,990 in India, while the Digital Edition is priced at Rs 39,990.
Tensions ran high at competing demonstrations over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in both Montreal and Toronto this weekend. Police in Montreal confirmed they responded to a conflict that erupted between protesters and counter-protesters at a rally in support of Israel near the city's downtown Sunday afternoon. People were heard shouting "Free Palestine" as they ran from police, who fired chemical irritants into the air. The pro-Israel rally comes one day after thousands attended a pro-Palestinian march in Montreal to demand an end to Israeli airstrikes over the Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, police in Toronto say they've laid charges in connection with a pro-Palestinian demonstration that drew more than 5,000 people to Nathan Phillips Square outside City Hall on Saturday night. A 22-year-old man faces an assault charge, while a 29-year-old man was charged with bringing a weapon to a public meeting. Police say they're also investigating a separate alleged assault outside the square that was circulating on social media. A spokesperson confirmed it was connected to the demonstration but offered no other details. The protests were stoked by five days of mayhem that left at least 145 Palestinians dead in Gaza and eight dead on the Israeli side. The violence, set off by Hamas firing a rocket into Israel on Monday, came after weeks of mounting tensions in contested Jerusalem. Israel stepped up its assault and slammed the Gaza Strip with airstrikes Saturday, in a dramatic escalation that included bombing the home of a senior Hamas leader, killing a family of 10 in a refugee camp and destroying a building that housed the offices of The Associated Press and other media. Several public figures took to their social media accounts to denounce violence and call for calm. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he strongly condemns "the despicable rhetoric and violence we saw on display in some protests this weekend." "Everyone has the right to assemble peacefully and express themselves freely in Canada - but we cannot and will not tolerate antisemitism, Islamophobia, or hate of any kind," he tweeted. Ontario Premier Doug Ford called on police to investigate any acts of anti-Semitism, which he says have no place in the province. "Discrimination or hatred of any kind against any community in our province should never be tolerated," he wrote on Twitter. Toronto police have said that Jewish people were the group most frequently victimized by hate crimes in 2020. The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs alleged both protests included aggressive acts of anti-Semitism, including Nazi imagery, death threats against Israeli supporters and at least one physical assault. Police forces declined to offer details of what transpired. The centre said it was "gravely concerned" with what it described as "a wave of violence and anti-Semitism impacting communities across Canada." "There is absolutely no justification for political violence of any kind in our streets, whatever one's cause may be," it said in a statement. "...Like all Canadians of goodwill, Canada's Jewish community seeks peace and a better future for Israelis and Palestinians alike. At the same time, we urge our neighbours of all backgrounds to join us in condemning these disturbing acts." This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 16, 2021 — with files from Graham Hughes and The Associated Press. The Canadian Press
An England and Wales Cricket Board statement confirming Archer's absence from the series against the Black Caps said he was "suffering from pain in his right elbow when bowling".
Football, horse racing, rugby league and rugby union will be among the sports opening their doors to supporters on Monday.
The ceremony returned after a break in 2020.
James Johnson (New Orleans Pelicans) with a dunk vs the Los Angeles Lakers, 05/16/2021
Eric Bledsoe (New Orleans Pelicans) with a 3-pointer vs the Los Angeles Lakers, 05/16/2021
Padres' 4-run 4th frame edges them past the Cardinals
Call for urgent review of Queensland family violence police procedures after attempted murder charges laidThe Women’s Legal Service Queensland wants an immediate review into the state’s bail laws and police procedures in family violence cases. ‘Do we have to wait for another woman to die?’: Women’s Legal Services Queensland CEO Angela Lynch. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP
‘Happy hours ... for now’: what the papers say about Britain emerging from lockdownFront pages celebrate easing of restrictions but they all deliver a health warning as cases of the new variant spread Newspaper front pages on Monday 17 May 2021 as the lockdown is eased further. Composite: Various
Wenyen Gabriel (New Orleans Pelicans) with a dunk vs the Los Angeles Lakers, 05/16/2021
Jaxson Hayes (New Orleans Pelicans) with a dunk vs the Los Angeles Lakers, 05/16/2021
A deal could see Harry Potter-maker Warner Bros. and Discovery's lifestyle channels under the same owner.
Austin Rivers (Denver Nuggets) with a 2-pointer vs the Portland Trail Blazers, 05/16/2021
JaMychal Green (Denver Nuggets) with a dunk vs the Portland Trail Blazers, 05/16/2021
LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers) with an assist vs the New Orleans Pelicans, 05/16/2021
Kira Lewis Jr. (New Orleans Pelicans) with a deep 3 vs the Los Angeles Lakers, 05/16/2021
Kyle Kuzma (Los Angeles Lakers) with a dunk vs the New Orleans Pelicans, 05/16/2021