The self-proclaimed wellness guru found herself at the center of controversy on TikTok.
The 66-year-old former world number one had a positive health update in an interview on Talk TV.
The public sale of the GoChargeTech Token has started on the bhero.com platform.Iasi, Romania, March 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A new IoT platform, GoChargeTech, has been launched that will enable users in the future to access a network of shareable devices, including power banks and EV charging stations. The creators of the platform are looking to bootstrap and scale up the project through the GoChargeTech Token (symbol CHARGED), which has been created on the MultiversX blockchain network. Th
TORONTO, March 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- US Financial 15 Split Corp ("US Financial 15") declares its monthly distribution of $0.05858 for each Preferred share, or 10.00% annually based on the previous month end net asset value. Distributions are payable April 10, 2023 to shareholders on record as at March 31, 2023. US Financial 15 invests in a portfolio consisting of 15 U.S. financial services companies as follows: American Express, Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon Corp., Citigroup, C
Jacy Sheldon made a tiebreaking jumper in the lane with 1.8 seconds left to lift No. 3 Ohio State to a 71-69 win over No. 6 seed North Carolina on Monday and help the Buckeyes advance to the Sweet 16 for the second straight season. With the game tied, Sheldon took the pass from Eboni Walker and floated in the game-winning score. Ohio State (27-7) saw its 12-point lead with 7:02 to go erased as the Tar Heels went on a 13-2 run midway through the fourth quarter.
The United States accused China and Russia on Monday of shielding North Korea from any action by the U.N. Security Council for its unprecedented spate of intercontinental ballistic missile launches, which violate multiple U.N. resolutions and jeopardize international aviation and maritime safety. U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield told a council meeting that Chinese and Russian “obstructionism” was encouraging North Korea “to launch ballistic missiles with impunity” and advance its development of more sophisticated and dangerous weapons.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota is moving to fortify its status as a refuge for patients from restrictive states who travel to the state to seek abortions — and to protect providers who serve them. The state House on Monday passed a bill by a 68-62 vote to prohibit enforcement in Minnesota of laws, subpoenas, judgements or extradition requests from other states against people who get, perform or assist with abortions in Minnesota. The Senate version passed its first committee test last week. Th
President Joe Biden said his administration will declassify and share as much COVID origins information as possible without harming national security.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s Republican attorney general on Monday said he will limit access to gender-affirming care for minors, sidestepping the GOP-led Senate as it struggles to pass a law banning the practice completely. As hundreds of activists rallied at the Capitol to pressure lawmakers to act on the bill, Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced plans to file an emergency rule. The rule will require an 18-month waiting period, 15 hour-long therapy sessions and treatment of any m
TORONTO, March 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- North American Financial 15 Split Corp. (The "Company") declares its regular monthly distribution of $0.06458 for each Preferred share ($0.775 annually). Distributions are payable April 10, 2023 to shareholders on record as at March 31, 2023. There will not be a distribution paid to the Class A Shares for March 31, 2023 as per the Prospectus which states no regular monthly dividends will be paid on the Class A shares in any month as long as the net ass
President Joe Biden is gearing up to present the 2021 National Humanities Medals and National Medals of Arts. Here's the list of famous recipients.
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The U.S. Secret Service is coordinating security plans with the New York Police Department in the event that former President Donald Trump is indicted and arraigned in an open courtroom in Manhattan, according to sources. The two agencies had a call Monday to discuss logistics, including court security and how Trump would potentially surrender for booking and processing, according to sources briefed on the discussions. Earlier Monday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams said he was "confident" the city is prepared for any protests related to a potential indictment of the former president.
President rejects legislation to overturn a labor department rule Republicans have denounced as ‘woke capitalism’
Idaho is close to being fifth U.S. state to adopt executions by firing squad. It will only be used if the state can't get drugs for lethal injections.
Protesters criticizing President Joseph Biden's approval of an oil drilling project in Alaska on Monday blocked an administration official from delivering a speech about U.S. climate leadership. Ali Zaidi, White House climate adviser, was unable to address the event on the "Future of U.S. Climate & Energy Leadership" at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. A dozen protesters holding a sign saying "End Fossil Fuels" chanted: "Keep your promise, no new drilling" for several minutes, preventing Zaidi from starting his remarks.
The anticipation of Florida Atlantic University's appearance in the Sweet 16 this week is enough to charge emotions across campus.
The second of three former correctional officers sentenced in the fatal beating of a state inmate received a 20-year prison term Monday, the same as a co-conspirator despite a judge's declaration he could have stopped the attack as the senior officer. U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough sentenced Todd Sheffler, a 54-year-old former correctional lieutenant, on two federal civil rights violations and various other counts for the attempted cover up of the brutal beating of Larry Earvin on May 17, 2018. Sheffler's lawyers had asked for 2 1/2 years for the beating of Earvin, 65, as the prisoner was being transferred to a segregation unit at Western Illinois Correctional Center in Mount Sterling.
TORONTO, March 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dividend 15 Split Corp. declares its monthly distribution of $0.10000 for each Class A share ($1.20 annualized) and $0.04583 for each Preferred share ($0.550 annually). Distributions are payable April 10, 2023 to shareholders on record as at March 31, 2023. Since inception Class A shareholders have received a total of $25.90 per share and Preferred shareholders have received a total of $10.08 per share inclusive of this distribution, for a combined tot
Lerone Murphy returned from a long layoff to win at UFC 286. Now he wants Nathaniel Wood, the man he was supposed to fight in London.