New testing rules for international air travel
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New testing rules for international air travel
BANGKOK (AP) — Shares were mixed in Asia on Monday after China reported that its economy expanded at an 8.1% annual pace in 2021, though growth slowed to half that level in the last quarter. Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney rose, while Hong Kong and Seoul declined. The weakness in China's economy toward the end of 2021 is prompting suggestions Beijing should intervene to prop up growth with interest rate cuts or by injecting money into the economy through public works spending. Shortly before the grow
"America's Funniest Home Videos" paid tribute to late host Bob Saget on Sunday, naturally with a funny video of "Bob being Bob."
Scott Morrison's comments came as the tennis star was deported last night over visa issues.
PERTH, Western Australia, Jan. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Perseus Mining Limited (ASX/TSX: PRU) is hosting an investor webinar and conference call to discuss the December 2021 Quarterly Report, which is anticipated for release around 8:30am AEDT on Tuesday January 25, 2022. CALL DETAILS Australia: Tuesday January 25, 2022 Perth – 6:00am Sydney/Melbourne – 9:00amCanada: Monday January 24, 2022 Toronto – 5:00pm Vancouver – 2:00pmUK: Monday January 24, 2022 London – 10:00pm Register for the inve
Sports writer Suresh Menon reflects on the career of Indian Test cricket's most successful captain.
Mainland China's birth rate dropped to a record low of 7.52 per 1,000 people in 2021, National Bureau of Statistics data showed on Monday, accelerating a downward trend that led Beijing last year to begin allowing couples to have up to three children. China scrapped its decades-old one-child policy in 2016, replacing it with a two-child limit to try to avoid the economic risks from a rapidly aging population, but the high cost of urban living has deterred couples from having more children. The birth rate was the lowest since 1949, when the statistics bureau began collating the data.
Hideki Matsuyama climbed out of a 5-shot hole on Sunday in Hawaii.
Denzel Washington has officially confirmed that the third installment of The Equalizer series is...
Kirsten Dunst revealed that she is more than open to return as Mary Jane in future Spider-Man...
Barry Mehler teaches at Ferris State University - one of a number of holdout campuses that have refused to institute vaccination mandates for students
Don't go near downed power lines or try to drive through flooded roadways and make sure you have the essentials you might need at home.
Charles E. McGee, one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen who managed Kansas City’s downtown airport, died Sunday at age 102. A trailblazer, he is being remembered as an “American hero.”
Kelowna RCMP are investigating a brazen early morning art heist at Gallery 421 in the city's South Pandosy district. Gallery co-owner Ken Moen said two masked men took a crowbar to the front doors just before 2 a.m. Saturday and made off with almost $70,000 of Canadian fine art. "It was a total of three minutes. They were in, they were out," he said. "All things considered, we feel fairly lucky because they did zero vandalism. We have paintings on the walls they didn't touch. It was very targete
2022 is still primarily based on navigating COVID's detrimental and significant effects that have impacted us physically and mentally.Singapore, Jan. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SINGAPORE, January 2022 — The current pandemic has raised more awareness of the importance of health and better care of oneself. Dr. Ivan Puah, Medical Director at Amaris B. Clinic shares how people’s lifestyles and priorities have changed since Covid-19 started. 01. Losing weight and regaining hea
Anti-poverty group Oxfam calls for governments to impose one-time 99% tax on world’s billionaires
City of Winston-Salem crews out plowing, salting and brining roads
Carlo Allegri/GettyI started a Joy Harjo reading jag the summer before last in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at op. cit., a magical store in whose forest of books, new and older, I picked up her 2012 memoir, Crazy Brave. I knew Harjo was the U.S. Poet Laureate, the first Native American so exalted, but I had never read her work. Her memoir’s opening scene hooked me right away:“Once I was so small I could barely see over the top of the back seat of the black Cadillac my father bought with his Indian oil
Summer Ohlendorf was born and raised in San Diego and now works as a seismologist at the U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center, where she helped oversee the Tsunami alerts that went out Saturday.
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Cassie’s whole “I think I should be single and work on myself” plan hits a psychopath-sized snag in this week’s Euphoria — but that’s far from the only havoc Nate Jacobs wreaks during the hour. Before the ending credits roll, The Artist Formerly Known as Tyler has dumped (and then done) Cassie in a location straight […]