I Must Be Exactly as I'm Supposed to Be, Gabby Rivera | MAKERS
I Must Be Exactly as I'm Supposed to Be, Gabby Rivera | MAKERS
K+S has won antitrust approval to sell its North and South American salt business, including Morton Salt, to Stone Canyon Industry Holdings LLC, the Justice Department said on Monday. As condition of the approval for the $3.2 billion deal, Stone Canyon is required to sell its evaporated salt business, the department said. "Without the divestiture, the proposed acquisition would substantially lessen competition in the sale of several types of evaporated salt, including round-can table salt, pharmaceutical-grade salt, and bulk evaporated salt," the department said.
The cat was lost for four days on Mt. Britsen in Switzerland before meeting the hikers, who helped the feline reunite with her owners
Lawyers representing victims of chemical weapons attacks in Syria filed a criminal complaint with Swedish police on Monday, calling for an investigation into the role of officials in President Bashar al-Assad's government. Allegations of war crimes can be investigated by Swedish police regardless of where they were committed. Similar legal actions, taken by groups such as Civil Rights Defenders, the Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression, Syrian Archive, and the Open Society Justice Initiative on behalf of victims have already been launched in Germany and France.
Michael Gove is visiting Israel to study a COVID "green pass" smartphone app that could soon be the model for vaccine passports in the UK. The Cabinet Office minister, in charge of a Whitehall study into how coronavirus certification might work in the UK, has been a big fan of the Israeli scheme for weeks.
Deshaun Watson's attorney said his investigative team has found that the women accusing Deshaun Watson of inappropriate behavior during massage sessions aren't giving accurate representations of their encounters with the Houston Texans quarterback. Attorney Rusty Hardin made Watson's case in a response filed Monday to the 22 lawsuits pending against Watson in Harris County, Texas. "We and Mr. Watson take allegations of sexual misconduct against women very seriously, as we all should," Hardin said in a separate statement he released Monday afternoon.
Tottenham target attack-minded manager after sacking José Mourinho
The home improvement store is celebrating during their SpringFest 2021, a month of curbside giveaways and online and in-store demos
Advocates for the disabled are pressing the Biden administration to cancel student debt for hundreds of thousands of Americans who have disabilities that make them eligible for federal debt forgiveness but who have not applied for the benefit. Using a rarely pursued federal petition process, three federal advocacy groups on Monday asked the U.S. Education Department to consider erasing debt for nearly 400,000 people with severe disabilities and to overhaul a debt forgiveness program that critics say is overly burdensome. The petition argues that huge swaths of eligible Americans are missing out on debt relief through the program because of its bureaucratic barriers, including a “byzantine application that includes false, misleading and legally incorrect information.”
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 19, 2021) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Canaan Inc. (NASDAQ: CAN) ("Canaan") between February 10, 2021 and April 9, 2021. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. To get ...
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New cases of COVID-19 in the United States fell 0.4% last week after rising for four weeks in a row, according to a Reuters analysis of state and county data. Health experts say new cases have plateaued at a high level as more infectious variants of the virus offset progress made in vaccinations. The country logged nearly 70,000 new cases per day in the week ended April 18, compared with 55,000 new cases a day in March and about 30,000 new cases this time last year.
Calgary, Alberta--(Newsfile Corp. - April 19, 2021) - Bullet Exploration Inc. (TSXV: AMMO) (the "Corporation") announces that, pursuant to the Corporation's stock option plan, it has granted incentive stock options to acquire up to 1,800,000 common shares of the Corporation to certain directors, officers and consultants of the Company. The stock options will be exercisable at $0.14 per common share for a period of 5 years from the date of grant. On ...
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The first trailer for the new musical was released today after it was announced it would open the 74th Cannes Film Festival this summer
Facebook is making a major push into audio, integrating podcasts, establishing a live chat answer to Clubhouse and launching a new format called Soundbites. The initiatives were highlighted by CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an interview on social chat site Discord, and then further explained in a blog post by Fidji Simo, head of the Facebook […]
Ntertain will give an inside look at one of the most influential families in Latin music with its new docuseries, “Los Montaner.” The unscripted show will follow Ricardo Montaner and his family and is set to feature his wife, filmmaker Marlene Rodriguez; award-winning recording artists Ricky Montaner and Mau Montaner of Mau y Ricky; entertainer […]
POINTE-À-LA-CROIX, Que. — An Indigenous community in eastern Quebec has signed a five-year agreement with Ottawa to develop a collaborative approach to governing the band's fisheries. The federal Fisheries Department issued a statement Sunday saying the Rights Reconciliation Agreement on Fisheries represents a "starting point for discussions" with the Listuguj First Nation. Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan said the agreement upholds the treaty rights of Mi'kmaq First Nations to harvest and sell fish in pursuit of a moderate livelihood. The minister said the agreement could help the band achieve economic self-reliance by enabling band members to obtain more fishing licences, as well as more boats and gear. The Mi'kmaq community is just across the Restigouche River from Campbellton, N.B. The chief of Listuguj First Nation, Darcy Gray, issued a statement saying the agreement "marks a new chapter" in the band's relationship with the Crown. "Canada has finally acknowledged that Listuguj has authority over our rights and our fishery and that we use our own Indigenous laws in exercising that authority," Gray said. "We will now be able to collaborate with Canada on a government-to-government basis to ensure that our fisheries are safe, sustainable and contribute to our community for generations to come." Gray could not be immediately reached for an interview Monday. Jordan said the agreement recognizes that the Mi’kmaq have fished the Atlantic shores for centuries. "With this agreement, Canada and Listuguj Mi’kmaq First Nation will work together to see that right manifest in a productive, sustainable fishery that will bring greater stability, opportunity, and prosperity to the Listuguj people and the local communities," Jordan said in Sunday's statement. "It demonstrates true partnership between our nations, achieved through the spirit of reconciliation.” The Listuguj band started negotiating the reconciliation agreement with Ottawa after a framework for talks was established in November 2018. In 2019, Fisheries and Oceans Canada signed two 10-year Rights Reconciliation Agreements with the Elsipogtog (Big Cove) and Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) First Nations in New Brunswick, and the Maliseet of Viger First Nation in Quebec. Listuguj, like other Mi'kmaq communities in Quebec, has a treaty right to hunt, fish, and gather for a “moderate livelihood,” as confirmed by a Supreme Court of Canada ruling in September 1999 known as the Marshall decision. Two months after that decision was released, the Supreme Court provided a clarification that remains at the heart of on ongoing dispute in Nova Scotia. The court stated that the treaty rights cited in the first decision were not unlimited, and the Indigenous fisheries could be regulated by Ottawa to ensure conservation of fisheries resources. That caveat is often cited by non-Indigenous commercial fishermen who say they would have no problem with a separate, Indigenous commercial lobster fishery, so long as it complied with federal regulations. When the Sipekne'katik First Nation in Nova Scotia launched its self-regulated moderate livelihood lobster fishery on St. Marys Bay on Sept. 17, 2020, the federally regulated fishing season was closed. That move sparked a series of protests, violence and arrests in southwestern Nova Scotia. Last month, Jordan released a plan outlining conditions for Indigenous lobster fishers to participate in the moderate livelihood fishery, but it was immediately panned by the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq Chiefs. Jordan said her plan would allow moderate livelihood fishing during the commercial, federally regulated season. The plan would also allow First Nations communities to sell moderate livelihood catches to processors, which is currently illegal under Nova Scotia regulations. The chiefs said the plan was unacceptable because the federal government was asserting unilateral control "over our rights-based fishery." This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 19, 2021. The Canadian Press
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Vanderbilt's Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter have proved to be the most fearsome pitching duo in college baseball, and either one could be the No. 1 pick in the Major League Baseball draft. Rocker gave up three homers to Georgia in five-plus innings in his previous start, then bounced back to limit Tennessee to two hits in seven innings in the Commodores' 5-0 win Friday. Leiter, son of 19-year major leaguer Al Leiter, was the one to struggle this past weekend.