If you're trying to cut back on over spending, check out this week's episode of Getting Rich!
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The ban prohibiting wedding traditions such as cocktail hour and father-daughter dances has faced backlash.
China’s space agency said a core segment of the rocket reentered Earth’s atmosphere above the Maldives in the Indian Ocean early Sunday.
Tropical Storm Andres forms in the Eastern Pacific off Mexico. It is not expected to threaten land, but it is notable for its early arrival.
Senior UK Government minister Michael Gove had suggested Scottish voters did not want a follow-up border poll.
Trondheim, Norway, 9 May 2021: NORBIT, a global provider of tailored technology to carefully selected niches, will announce its results for the first quarter of 2021 on Tuesday 11 May 2021. The results will be available from 07:00 am CET at the company's homepage, www.norbit.com and Oslo Stock Exchange's news site, www.newsweb.no. CEO Per Jørgen Weisethaunet and CFO Per Kristian Reppe will present the results from 10:00 through a webinar hosted by Pareto Securities. Access and dial-in details will be made available on: https://norbit.com/investors/overview/. For more information, please contact:Per Jørgen Weisethaunet, CEO, +47 959 62 915Per Kristian Reppe, CFO, +47 900 33 203 About NORBIT ASANORBIT is a global provider of tailored technology to carefully selected niches. The company’s business is structured to address its key markets; Oceans is offering tailored technology solutions to global maritime markets, Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) is offering connectivity solutions for vehicle identification and tracking, and Product Innovation and Realization (PIR) is offering R&D services and contract manufacturing to key customers. NORBIT is headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, with manufacturing facilities in Selbu and Røros, Norway and 15 offices and subsidiaries around the world. For more information: www.norbit.com This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
She was elected to the House of Commons in a 2016 by-election, following the murder of Jo Cox.
You should know if the people you're spending time with have gotten the vaccine or not — even if you have to ask — experts say.
The Los Angeles Sparks acquired wing Gabby Williams less than a week after the Chicago Sky placed her on the full-season suspended list.
Rose lost his mother, Jeanne Rose, to cancer in February.
In this video from Motley Fool Live, recorded on April 5, Fool.com Contributors Brian Orelli and Keith Speights discuss a question from a member named Angel, who asks whether Viatris (NASDAQ: VTRS) is worth holding. The duo discuss Viatris' prospects and the type of investor that is most appropriate for holding the generic-drug maker. Keith Speights: Is Viatris, the ticker there's VTRS, a keeper.
Meet this week’s nominees for the final Charlotte Observer high school football player of the week for the spring season
The travel industry has rebooted before, and it will bounce back again soon. And if history is any guide, LGBTQ travelers will be leading the way.
Pink and Carey Hart share two kids, daughter Willow Sage, 9, son Jameson Moon, 4
Republicans gear up to oust Liz Cheney as punishment for criticizing Trump Goaded on by the ghostly figure of Trump, House Republicans are poised to eject Cheney from her number three leadership post Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming was one of 10 Republicans to vote in favor of impeaching Trump for ‘incitement of insurrection’. Photograph: Erin Scott/Reuters
The Dutch government has granted a consortium that includes oil majors Royal Dutch Shell and ExxonMobil around 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) in subsidies for what is set to become one of the largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in the world, the Port of Rotterdam said on Sunday. Shell and Exxon requested the subsidies in January together with industrial gas suppliers Air Liquide and Air Products for a project which aims to capture CO2 emitted by factories and refineries in the Rotterdam port area and store it in empty Dutch gas fields in the North Sea.
Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq announced five new cases of COVID-19 in Iqaluit on Twitter Sunday. But with seven recoveries, the number of active cases has now declined to 72, all in Iqaluit. It's the second day in a row the territory counted more recoveries than new cases. But COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in the capital. The Iqaluit Elders' Home was closed on Saturday, and residents were moved out of the facility after staff members were exposed to COVID-19. On Friday, CBC News learned a client of the city's men's shelter had tested positive, prompting concern from the executive director of the society that runs the shelter about what would happen next. In a news briefing Friday morning, the territory's chief public health officer said house parties and visiting were now the main source of spread of the virus. Dr. Michael Patterson asked anyone who had attended a house party in the city in the last three weeks to call the territory's COVID-19 hotline and request a test. The number for the hotline is 975-8601 or 1-888-975-8601. While Iqaluit is the only Nunavut community facing an outbreak of COVID-19, there is one other outbreak in the territory. Baffinland Iron Mines announced May 5 it was temporarily suspending operations at its Mary River Project amid an outbreak of COVID-19. As of Thursday, that outbreak included 23 positive cases. However, none of the people who tested positive are residents of the territory. Baffinland sent home its Nunavut workforce in March of 2020 to avoid spreading COVID-19 into Nunavut's vulnerable communities.
Serbia on Sunday honored 2019 Nobel Literature Prize winner Peter Handke, who is known for his apologist views over Serbia's nationalist policies and Serb war crimes during the 1990s wars in the Balkans. The Austrian novelist and screenwriter received a state decoration from Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic, a former ultranationalist who now says he wants his country to join the European Union.
RADNOR, PA / ACCESSWIRE / May 9, 2021 / The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP reminds Root, Inc. (NASDAQ:ROOT) ("Root") investors that a securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of those who purchased or acquired: (a) Root securities between October 28, 2020 and March 8, 2021, both dates inclusive (the "Class Period"); and/or (b) Root Class A common stock issued in connection with Root's initial public offering conducted on or about October 28, 2020 (the "IPO").
WINNIPEG — Schools in Winnipeg and Brandon, Man., are being ordered to move classes online starting Wednesday and continuing until May 30 as Manitoba battles a worsening third wave of COVID-19. Education Minister Cliff Cullen and chief public health officer Dr. Brent Roussin announced the move in Winnipeg on Sunday, along with new public health measures that impact schools elsewhere in the province. Cullen said while the government has prioritized keeping schools open during the pandemic, the move was prompted by increasing COVID-19 spread that’s infecting more young people and sending more patients to intensive care units. "This remote learning period will last until May 30 to help protect our students and staff during this period of elevated case counts," Cullen said. "This will also reduce the strain on our health-care system and give our vaccination campaign an even better ability to combat COVID transmission in the community." Students with special needs and children of essential workers will be accommodated during the remote learning period, Cullen said. Roussin said the move to remote learning is important to address rising community spread and related transmission in schools. "Moving these schools to remote learning will help address some of that community transmission," Roussin said. "We have to act now to break these transmission chains." Roussin also announced new measures to take effect across the province during the same period, including moving schools with multiple cases outside the same household to remote learning, and cancelling extracurricular activities. Cullen said the dismissal measure, which will be triggered when a school has two or more cases, will impact about 34 schools outside Brandon and Winnipeg this week. School officials can also require students or staff with symptoms to stay home for 10 days and advise them to seek testing. New restrictions on businesses, religious services and organized sports and other services also took effect in Manitoba on Sunday in a bid to curb the spread. Opposition politicians and advocates have been calling for school closures in light of rising case numbers. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 9, 2021. The Canadian Press
New Delhi [India], May 10 (ANI): After Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi offering suggestions to tackle COVID-19, Union Minister of State (MoS) for Finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Thakur on Sunday gave point wise responses elaborating measures taken by the Centre and rectifying some of the "misconceptions" in the letter.