IBP earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
The Wahlberg matriarch has died.
No one can offer guarantees about Afghanistan's future after U.S. troops leave, a top White House official said on Sunday, even as he stressed the United States would stay focused on terrorist threats emanating from the country. President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday that the United States will withdraw its remaining 2,500 troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, the 20th anniversary of the al Qaeda attacks that triggered America's longest war.
She's hoping Harry can "mend his relationship with his brother and his dad."
FedEx prohibited Indianapolis workers from having their cell phones with them, worrying family members after a mass shooting left eight dead.
The Guardian view on the house price boom: the asset-rich get richerTreasury measures to boost demand for property and a neglect of social housing are making a dysfunctional market worse ‘A decent home, along with food, is the most intimate and fundamental of our needs.’ Photograph: Simon Turner/Alamy Stock Photo
The former semi-finalist has struggled through the last year of restrictions which have played havoc with his post-match routine.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday that he supported the position of European soccer's governing body UEFA in opposing the prospect of a breakaway Super League. "The president of the republic welcomes the position of French clubs to refuse to participate to a European football Super League project that threatens the principle of solidarity and sporting merit," the French presidency said in a statement sent to Reuters. "The French state will support all the steps taken by the LFP, FFF, UEFA and FIFA to protect the integrity of federal competitions, whether national or European," the Elysee added, citing the national, European and globally soccer governing bodies.
The Guardian view on the need for news: local facts are sacred tooRecent years have been punishing for regional and national news organisations. Both are essential if democracy is to thrive Keir Starmer in Sheffield ahead of May’s local elections. ‘Boroughs with reliable news sources, and journalists committed to keeping readers informed, are less likely to rot.’ Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA
Singh, who penned the letter a day after Modi held a review meeting on the COVID-19 situation in the country, suggested five measures to curb the crisis, including ramping up vaccination and boosting the supply of medicines
Adobe co-founder Charles Geschke has died at 81, leaving behind a major legacy in creative software through PDFs and PostScript.
George Eustice said the Government is keeping the decision on whether to add India to the so-called ‘red list’ under regular review.
Foxes and Saints go head-to-head aiming to face Chelsea in the final next month
Shikhar Dhawan scored 92 as Delhi won their second match of IPL 2021.
Protesters clashed with officers in Washington’s Chinatown on April 17 during a demonstration against racism and police brutality sparked by recent police shootings.Three adults and a 15-year-old were arrested, local media reported. The adults were charged with assault on a police officer and possession of a destructive device and the 15-year-old was charged with possession of a prohibited weapon, reports said.Social media footage from the protest showed fireworks exploding in front of the Chinatown arch and smoke fuming out of the vandalized Christopher Columbus fountain near Union Station.Footage shared by Twitter user @superman747474 shows police pushing protesters and telling them to “back off” before fireworks are set off near the officers. Credit: @superman747474 via Storyful
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Claims risks are ‘too grave’
KENOSHA, Wis. — Three people were killed and two were seriously wounded in a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday, sheriff's officials said. Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said the suspect in the shooting at Somers House Tavern in Kenosha County is still at large, but that he believes the public is not in danger. “We believe our suspect knew who he was targeting,” Beth said during a Sunday morning news conference. He asked that anyone with information about the shooting contact the Kenosha Sheriff’s Department. Kenosha is about 30 miles (50 kilometres) south of Milwaukee, not far from the Wisconsin-Illinois border. The suspect had been asked to leave the bar, but returned and opened fire. Beth said shots were fired inside and outside the bar, which he described as “very busy” at the time. He left open the possibility that there was more than one suspect. He said he believed at least one handgun was used. Officials were still working to determine the identities of the people who died. Beth said two people died at the scene. The third person hopped in a car with two other people, who moments later flagged down a police vehicle. The officer drove the victim to a hospital where that person was pronounced dead, Beth said. The two people who were shot and wounded were taken to area hospitals. There may have been more people with less serious injuries, and the sheriff's department has contacted local hospitals to find them, Beth said. He said investigators are reviewing surveillance video from the scene. The tavern installed video cameras a couple of years ago, Beth said, but he didn't know if the surveillance video is from the business. Sgt. David Wright, sheriff's department spokesman, said authorities are gathering evidence and are waiting for “tips and other information” before they release more details. A man who lives near the bar, Peter Ploskee, told WLS-TV that he heard gun shots, looked out a window and saw "people running from the bar in every direction.” “It was just chaos,” he said. “People are just running, people screaming.” Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers called it a “senseless tragedy” and said he and his wife are “thinking of the families and loved ones affected and the entire Kenosha community as they grieve and grapple with yet another tragic incident of gun violence.” It was the latest in a recent string of shootings across the country, including the killings of eight people at a FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis on Thursday. Last month, four people were killed at an office shooting in California, eight people were fatally shot at massage businesses in the Atlanta area, and 10 died in gunfire at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado. The nearby city of Kenosha was the scene of serious unrest last summer, after police shot a young Black man, Jacob Blake, leaving him paralyzed. A white Illinois teenager was accused of fatally shooting two people during the Kenosha protests. Kyle Rittenhouse of Antioch is charged with homicide and attempted homicide in the Aug. 25 shootings. He has pleaded not guilty and says he fired in self-defence. The Associated Press
Hundreds of sunbathers were evacuated from Brighton beach after an unexploded mortar shell was discovered on the seafront by an amateur metal detectorist. Several hundreds of people were hurried off the beach in a chaotic scene just after 2:15pm, on what was one of the warmest days of the year with temperatures reaching 17 degrees.
Witnesses in Minneapolis have given emotional testimony about being at the scene of Mr Floyd's arrest.
Lewis described the ‘Peaky Blinders’ star as ‘a meteor in our life’