The future of Kyle Lowry is at the top of all Toronto fan's minds but the Raptors could also make some smaller adjustments to the roster.
The future of Kyle Lowry is at the top of all Toronto fan's minds but the Raptors could also make some smaller adjustments to the roster.
Steph has averaged 44.8 points in his last five games.
Forty world leaders will be urged to increase their carbon-cutting actions at US virtual summit.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 21, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Amdocs Limited ("Amdocs") (NASDAQ: DOX) between December 13, 2016 and March 30, 2021. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. To get more information ...
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 21, 2021) - Pomerantz LLP announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed against Ebang International Holdings Inc. ("Ebang" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: EBON) and certain of its officers. The class action, filed in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and docketed under 21-cv-09859, is on behalf of a class consisting of all persons and entities other than Defendants ...
SALT LAKE CITY — Pain left from oil-field work defeated traditional pain pills and dominated William Adams’ life — until he tried medical marijuana. But even as he began venturing outside his home for the first time in years, Adams discovered he couldn't afford the cost. Medical cannabis typically isn't covered by insurance or Medicaid because it remains federally illegal. The group that led the push to legalize it in conservative Utah says that has kept it unreachable for many patients who need it. The Utah Patients Coalition on Tuesday joined a small but growing list of programs around the U.S. aimed at helping low-income patients access the drug. The project is among the first to offer ongoing subsidies statewide. “I thought that we had relieved a lot of suffering, and I can’t deny that we have,” said Desiree Hennessy, executive director of Utah Patients Coalition. “But then the phone calls have changed from ‘Hey I need help, I need cannabis’… to ‘I can’t afford to go to the doctor.’ ” The coalition has partnered with cannabis pharmacies across the state that will offer discounted medications to patients approved for the subsidy. Similar programs include one in Berkeley, California, for patients making less than $32,000 a year. They can access medical cannabis for free at local medical dispensaries through a city ordinance. States like Florida and Oregon offer reduced prices for state medical cannabis cards. In New Mexico, a longstanding proposal to create a “low-income medical patient subsidy fund” to underwrite medical marijuana purchases failed this year as the state legalized recreational pot during a special session. New Mexico does waive taxes that currently apply to medical marijuana sales and the new cannabis excise tax — a discount of nearly 20% in most cases. The lead House sponsor of the successful legalization bill there has vowed to reboot social and economic justice provisions that were stripped from the legislation. Emily Kaltenbach, a senior director at the Drug Policy Alliance, said subsidy programs like the one in Utah are critical for low-income patients who have limited options to be able to afford their medicine. One challenge the Utah program may face is raising enough money to keep it going long term, she said. “We see patients who not only can’t afford their medicine but they also can’t afford doctor’s visits,” said Kaltenbach, who is based in New Mexico. “Many of them are uninsured and so the cost of the visit to get certified to be a patient and then the cost of medicine can have a huge impact.” Dragonfly Wellness, Utah’s first marijuana pharmacy, announced Tuesday that it would be donating $130,000 to the subsidy program, which will be entirely funded by donations. Hennessey had tears in her eyes as she described the impact that money will have on patients’ lives. She said it will likely cover the cost of subsidizing medication for the more than 400 terminal patients who have applied for the program. “I have hope that we are actually going to fill the need,” she said. Utah became the 33rd state to legalize medical marijuana after voters passed a ballot initiative in November 2018, though the program has especially tight controls under a compromise involving The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whose positions carry outsized sway in its home state. After contacting his cannabis pharmacy about his financial concerns, Adams, 38, became the first person to pilot the coalition’s subsidy program in January. Now his pain has subsided enough that he can go out and enjoy the parts of life he had been missing out on — spending time with his family, fishing and even riding his motorcycle. “I’m a whole different person with a whole better life than I was six months ago,” Adams said. “Being able to manage pain correctly, it just changes everything in every way.” ___ Associated Press writer Morgan Lee in Santa Fe, New Mexico, contributed to this story. ___ Eppolito is a corps member for the Associated Press/Report for America Statehouse News Initiative. Report for America is a non-profit national service program that places journalists in local newsrooms to report on undercovered issues. Sophia Eppolito, The Associated Press
TransAlta Corporation ("TransAlta") (TSX: TA) (NYSE: TAC) will release its first quarter 2021 results before markets open on Thursday, May 13, 2021. A conference call and webcast to discuss the results will be held for investors, analysts, members of the media and other interested parties the same day beginning at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time (11:00 a.m. ET). The media will be invited to ask questions following analysts.
It’s a new version of an old proposal from two Democratic lawmakers. But this time, a version could actually pass.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Adolis García hit a go-ahead, three-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Texas Rangers rallied from a late two-run deficit for a 7-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday. Nick Lowe also homered immediately after García's drive for the Rangers, who have won six of nine after jumping on Los Angeles' bullpen for six late runs to take two of three at Angel Stadium. García added his 411-foot, go-ahead homer off Mike Mayers (1-1) to his impressive list of big hits for Texas since coming up last week for his first significant big league action since 2018. The 28-year-old Cuban designated hitter has five extra-base hits in the last eight games, including the first three homers of his major league career — all of them go-ahead hits. Lowe added his fifth homer of the season off Mayers, who had allowed just one run in his other eight appearances this season. Joey Gallo then drew a bases-loaded walk in the ninth from Junior Guerra, who balked in another run. Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani, Justin Upton and José Iglesias hit solo homers for the Angels, who have lost four of six after their bullpen had a meltdown evoking memories of last season's terrible relief group. John King (2-0) got Trout to ground out with the bases loaded to end the seventh before the Angels' bullpen misadventures began. José Quintana pitched five innings of two-hit ball with eight strikeouts in a marked improvement on his previous starts for the Angels. The left-hander walked four, but allowed just one run and mostly got out of the trouble that left him with a 16.20 ERA after his first two appearances for Los Angeles. Mike Foltynewicz yielded three runs and seven hits over six innings for Texas, striking out six. Trout hit his sixth homer this season in the first inning, clobbering a first-pitch sinker with his new aggression at the plate. The blast was the three-time AL MVP's 40th in 163 career games against the Rangers. Ohtani added a 402-foot shot in the third inning, and Upton connected in the fourth after breaking his bat over his knee in frustration after his first at-bat. TRAINER'S ROOM Rangers: The medical staff came out to talk to Foltynewicz after he struck out Upton in the sixth. Foltynewicz swung his arm in circles, but finished the inning. Angels: 3B Anthony Rendon (groin) took grounders before the game. There's a chance he could return this weekend in Houston, manager Joe Maddon said. ... Upton spoke to medical staff during his at-bat in the eighth, and he ran gingerly after grounding out. Jose Rojas replaced him in left field in the ninth. UP NEXT Rangers: After an off day, Dane Dunning (1-0, 0.60 ERA) faces his former team when Texas opens a three-game series at the White Sox on Friday. Dunning moved to the Rangers in the trade that sent Lance Lynn to Chicago. “It's going to be exciting,” Dunning said. "I know practically every person on that team. It’s going to be really cool being able to throw (to) my old buddies, old teammates.” Angels: Alex Cobb (1-0, 4.63 ERA) makes his third start for his new team Thursday when Los Angeles opens a four-game series at slumping Houston. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Greg Beacham, The Associated Press
Pinnacle West Capital Corporation’s board of directors today declared a quarterly dividend of $0.83 per share of common stock.
HOUSTON (AP) Rockets guard Sterling Brown is back in Houston recovering from injuries sustained when he was assaulted outside a strip club in Miami early Monday morning. ''He's recovering,'' coach Stephen Silas said. The Rockets were in Miami to play the Heat when the incident occurred.
Law enforcement were called to search property and shot man as he was driving away from officers
A Virginia police officer was "relieved of duty" Tuesday after reports surfaced that he supported and donated to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund.
AMP Ltd saw A$1.5 billion ($1.16 billion) in net outflows at its Australian wealth management business in the first quarter, as the troubled financial firm continues to lose clients after three years of reputational damage. The wealth manager did not give an update on its talks with U.S. private equity fund Ares Management, which last month expressed interest in buying all of its private market business that falls under its asset management arm, AMP Capital. That unit saw net outflows of A$2.9 billion, including A$1.3 billion largely from external clients.
About 1.8 million vaccination jabs were reported Tuesday, the lowest one-day number in two weeks. Latest COVID-19 news.
As the U.S. gathers world leaders to discuss big climate actions, it's holding out hope it can get Brazil's far-right president to care about deforestation.
BOSTON, April 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DraftKings Inc. (Nasdaq: DKNG) today announced that Jason Robins, co-founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, will participate in the following event: University of Miami Herbert Business School Knight Venture Leader Lecture Series on April 22, 2021. The keynote is scheduled for 5:00 PM ET Registration, and the live video and audio portions of the Knight Venture Leader Lecture keynote, can be accessed at the conference website. About DraftKings DraftKings Inc. is a digital sports entertainment and gaming company created to fuel the competitive spirit of sports fans with products that range across daily fantasy, regulated gaming and digital media. Headquartered in Boston, and launched in 2012 by Jason Robins, Matt Kalish and Paul Liberman, DraftKings is the only U.S.-based vertically integrated sports betting operator. DraftKings is a multi-channel provider of sports betting and gaming technologies, powering sports and gaming entertainment for 50+ operators in 17 countries. DraftKings’ Sportsbook is live with mobile and/or retail betting operations in the United States pursuant to regulations in Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. DraftKings’ daily fantasy sports product is available in 8 countries internationally with 15 distinct sports categories. DraftKings is the official daily fantasy partner of the NFL, MLB, NASCAR, PGA TOUR and UFC as well as an authorized gaming operator of the NBA and MLB, an official betting operator of the PGA TOUR and the official betting operator of UFC. DraftKings also owns Vegas Sports Information Network, Inc. (VSiN), a multi-platform broadcast and content company. Media Contact firstname.lastname@example.org@DraftKingsNews Investor Contact Investors@draftkings.com
Some late fireworks from Adolis Garcia and Nate Lowe played a key role, but so did some stellar defense by Nick Solak.
The Love and Hip Hop star, né Diamond Smith, and another victim were in the parking lot of a bowling alley Monday when two suspects attempted to steal a gold chain, police said
VANCOUVER — British Columbia's solicitor general says the government will release details of what is considered essential travel this week as the province looks at using roadblocks to limit the spread of COVID-19. Mike Farnworth described the checkpoints as a type of "counterattack," often used to find drunk drivers, but this time meant to discourage recreational travel outside of a person's health authority. A "full and comprehensive" list on what is considered essential travel will be released laster this week, Farnworth said at a news conference Wednesday. His comments come as the National Police Federation released a statement saying it has "grave concerns" about police taking part in enforcing a COVID-19 ban on non-essential travel. A statement from Brian Sauvé, president of the federation, said asking the police to enforce roadblocks puts even greater pressure on limited resources and exposes officers to further risk and possible COVID-19 infections. "Equally important, we are continuing to enhance and build on our relationships with vulnerable and racialized communities, and the ambiguity and potentially negative impacts of these orders risk reversing this progress," he said. He also pointed to a similar attempt in Ontario where the province had to pedal back enforcement measures. Officers were originally given powers to stop any pedestrian or driver to ask why they're out or request their home address. But on Sunday, Doug Ford's government limited police to being able to stop people who they had reason to believe were participating in an "organized public event or social gathering.'' Police forces in Ontario had said they had no intention of exercising their new powers ahead of the reversal. Sauvé noted that police services took the "unusual step" of rejecting the orders. "They explained in no uncertain terms that Ontario police officers had no appetite to act on enhanced powers that are typically found in police states, and that doing so would erode a currently fragile public trust, especially with vulnerable and racialized communities," he said. British Columbia reported 862 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday and seven more deaths, for a total of 1,546 fatalities since the pandemic started. A joint statement from the health minister and provincial health officer said more than 1.4 million doses of the vaccine have been administered. Those in B.C. who are now 30 years and older are eligible to register for the vaccine in the age-based vaccination program. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 21, 2021. Hina Alam, The Canadian Press
Such siren alerts are generally activated by rocket attacks. Israel's Army Radio said that, if such an attack had taken place early on Thursday, its origin was not immediately clear. Abu Qrenat is deeper within Israeli territory than the usual range of the rockets of Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip.