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Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Wednesday she will introduce legislation to protect the Alaska tourism industry, centering on the cruise industry.
The U.S. economic rebound has been dented in Q3, partly on the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant, with economists in a Reuters poll also pushing their expectations back to November for when the Federal Reserve announces an impending policy shift. Like in most countries, the U.S. economy is facing global supply chain disruptions due to the pandemic, which have also pushed up inflation. The shift in expectations over the past month for when the Fed will announce a taper to its $120 billion in monthly bond purchases has been almost as sudden as the unexpected dent to the recovery in the current quarter.
A four-storey, 48-unit apartment building for Chapel Road in Rothesay is another step closer to reality after town council voted unanimously to enact the bylaw to rezone the property from general commercial to multi-unit residential. As eight of the apartments are designated to be affordable, and two are age-friendly and accessible, the developer's agreement includes an amendment from the town on how tenants are selected to ensure people requiring affordable and accessible units actually receive
Somehow, the 46-99 Orioles saw the biggest increase in average cost per game in 2021.
The Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division approved two separate requests allowing two families to keep sending their children to Ecole Debden School, despite living in the Canwood School busing area. The Sask. Rivers board has been dealing with transportation issues in the Debden-Canwood area since last year, including several busing appeals in the last two months. Two families made their appeals before the board Monday after changes changes were made in the French Immersion transportation
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Shareholder rights law firm Johnson Fistel, LLP is investigating potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Gaotu Techedu Inc. ("Gaotu" or "the Company") (NYSE: GOTU), formerly GSX Techedu Inc. The investigation results from allegations that Gaotu/GSX may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public. In June 2019, GSX Techedu Inc. completed its IPO, selling 19.8 million ADSs at $10.50 per share. If you
WR Josh Vann already has 154 yards and two TDs this year.
A new film tells the story of a boy who lives on a council estate and is obsessed with drag.
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos GettyInternal documents from Time’s Up reveal that half of its staffers were warning of serious problems within the star-studded anti-harassment group last summer—more than a year before the organization’s very public leadership implosion.A June 2020 letter from staff members to then-CEO Tina Tchen lays out a cascade of issues that would later become the basis of bombshell reports about the group that doomed top officers, eroded public support, and
A woman who accused Britain's Prince Andrew of hiding from her sexual assault lawsuit can try an alternative means of serving her legal papers so Queen Elizabeth's second son can address her claims, a U.S. judge ruled on Thursday night. U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan said Virginia Giuffre's plan to deliver her lawsuit to Andrew's Los Angeles-based lawyer was "reasonably calculated to bring the papers served to the defendant's attention," regardless of whether the prince "authorized" the lawyer to accept it. The lawyer, Andrew Brettler, had no immediate comment.
There were no leads on the case for decades, officials say
Sisters Leylan and Bencevin Ali can't hide their enthusiasm for the new vaccine policy announced by the provincial government Wednesday, requiring proof of vaccination to enter bars, gyms, restaurants, entertainment venues and recreation centres. "It’s really good," said Bencevin, a 22-year-old caregiver. "I think it’s smart." Both sisters, who came to Canada in 2016 with their family as refugees of the civil war in Syria, described feeling a new sense of freedom after receiving both doses of th
Suspect in Independence officer shooting had warrant, new case against him
Global brands from Mercedes and Amazon to IKEA and Walmart are cutting out the traditional financial middleman and plugging in software from tech startups to offer customers everything from banking and credit to insurance. For established financial institutions, the warning signs are flashing. So-called embedded finance - a fancy term for companies integrating software to offer financial services - means Amazon can let customers "buy now pay later" when they check out and Mercedes drivers can get their cars to pay for their fuel.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The prosecutor tasked with examining the U.S. government's investigation into Russian election interference charged a prominent cybersecurity lawyer on Thursday with making a false statement to the FBI five years ago. The indictment accuses Michael Sussmann of hiding that he was working with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign during a September 2016 conversation he had with the FBI’s general counsel, when he relayed concerns from cybersecurity researchers about potentially
Saskatchewan Rivers School Division will not allocate staff for the counting of COVID-19 cases in schools as they did during the 2020-2021 school year. The school division announced the decision in a press release Thursday morning. “SRPSD has had several cases of COVID affecting its schools and we continue to work closely with the local Health team to communicate directly with the families and school communities affected, but SRPSD won’t be allocating staff time to tabulate and publish cases is
While the ACC world was focused on the league’s schedule release, the Blue Devils learned Thursday that incoming head coach Jon Scheyer has added another 5-star recruit.
The City of Humboldt has sent out a press release notifying residents that they will be required to wear a mask in all indoor public places, following a provincial announcement by Premier Scott Moe. According to Moe, on Sept. 17 Saskatchewan residents will again be required to wear face masks in all indoor public places. He said the policy is currently considered temporary, and will be re-evaluated in October. The city reiterated that this includes city-owned facilities such as city hall, the fi
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