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THE WEEK 07/13/2020 02:20
Actress Kelly Preston died on Sunday morning after battling breast cancer for two years. She was 57. A family representative that she chose to "keep her fight private," and had been "undergoing medical treatment for some time, supported by her closest family and friends." Preston was a "bright, beautiful, and loving soul who cared deeply about others and who brought life to everything she touched.". Born in Honolulu, Preston studied acting at the University of Southern California. Her first major movie role was in 1985's Mischief , and she went on to star in Twins , Jerry Maguire , and For Love of the Game . She married John Travolta in 1991, and in 2018, she appeared alongside him in what would become her final film, Gotti . In addition to
THE WEEK 07/12/2020 11:30
The United States has been experiencing a major surge in coronavirus cases in recent weeks, primarily in the South and West, but deaths continued to fall nationwide despite the explosion. Scientists, however, had been warning that wouldn't last, as fatalities are a lagging factor in this pandemic. Now, deaths are indeed increasing, although the rate is still well below the heights in April when New York City was in the middle of the worst of its battle with the virus, . Still, California, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, and South Carolina have seen sizable rises in fatalities. (New Jersey has, as well, although this is at least partly attributable to its less frequent reporting on probable deaths.). The rolling average for daily reported deaths.
THE WEEK 07/12/2020 09:58
1. In a rare move, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller broke his silence Saturday following President Trump's commutation of his friend and confidant Roger's Stone prison sentence. In an op-ed published by The Washington Post , Mueller defended his office's investigation and wrote that Stone, whom he described as a "central figure in our investigation" because of his communications with Russian intelligence officers and WikiLeaks, "remains a convicted felon, and rightly so," despite the president's move. Mueller said that while he believes his office's work "should speak for itself," he felt "compelled to respond both to broad claims that our investigation was illegitimate and our motives were improper, and to specific claims that Roger S.
THE WEEK 07/12/2020 06:25
1. ($179). "You don't need a huge patio or two trees to string up a hammock," writes Megan Spurrell at . This "ultrasoft" handwoven chair hammock "offers just as much relaxation" and can be hung on a small porch. You can even customize the colors. 2. ($119). Available in dozens of vibrant prints, this lightweight cabana chair will cheer up any outdoor space. The solid-wood frame folds down easily for storage, and a UV coating protects the polyester seat from fading. 3. ($2,798). Create a sanctuary with this outdoor daybed, which invites you to collapse, relax, and enjoy the fresh air. The frame is resin and aluminum, and the synthetic fabric repels water, resists mildew, and doesn't fade. 4. ($421). This modern riff on the Adirondack, made of r.
THE WEEK 07/12/2020 06:15
Each week, we spotlight a cool innovation recommended by some of the industry's top tech writers. This week's pick is a roundup of single-board computers. A handful of new single-board computers are providing options for homemade robots and other tech projects, said Richard Baguley at . The pocket-size Raspberry Pi 4 computer is still "beloved by DIY enthusiasts and hardware hackers for its versatility and ease of use." The even-smaller BeagleBoard PocketBeagle is convenient for amateur roboticists, with "an ARM-3 Cortex CPU, two 200 MHz microprocessors, and 512 MB of memory.". ( Courtesy image ). For a homemade media center, consider the Hardkernel Odroid-N2, which "includes everything you get with a Pi 4," just with "much better cooling," m.
THE WEEK 07/12/2020 05:45
I hover in the doorway of my almost-teenager's room until he looks up from his book. "Have you spoken to any of your friends today?". "Not really.". "Are you missing them?". "I guess. I'm not missing the drama though.". We're 82 days into lockdown, and I'm having a parenting wobble. Not because my kids are unhappy, but because … well, they're too happy. My 9-year-old daughter is in contact with her peers more than her big brother is, but she agrees that it's nice to have a break from schoolyard theatricals. That some teens have enjoyed a break from their friends might seem counterintuitive, but psychiatrist and author , M.D., isn't surprised. "Growing up is hard to do," she says. "Kids are working very hard to understand themselves, be a good f.
THE WEEK 07/12/2020 05:35
In the midst of a pandemic that may well lead to the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, one risks accusations of heartlessness by lamenting the fate of a men's clothier. Still, I think it would be churlish to say nothing about what has happened to Brooks Brothers, which recently filed for bankruptcy. Only two years ago, America's oldest clothing company was celebrating its glorious two centuries of existence. Here was a company that had outfitted some 40 American presidents, one that still made things to a high standard of quality while managing to pay thousands of Americans honorable wages. This was true not only of its manufacturing concerns but of its stores, in which bygone notions of decency and professionalism in what w.
THE WEEK 07/11/2020 12:49
The predictability of President Trump's commutation of his friend and confidant Roger Stone's prison sentence on Friday was predictable, but that's what actually makes it more corrupt, Quinta Jurecic and Benjamin Wittes . Jurecic and Wittes that clemency was probably a reward Trump promised Stone in exchange for keeping silent about Trump's knowledge of Stone's outreach to WikiLeaks during his 2016 presidential campaign.
THE WEEK 07/11/2020 11:31
On Friday, the number of new confirmed COVID-19 in cases in America — a new single-day record. The from the virus likewise showed signs of surging out of control. President Trump responded to these horrifying developments by ... not really responding at all. Instead, he the 40-month prison sentence of his “friend and confidant,” Roger Stone. Whether through selfishness, vanity, or sheer incompetence, Trump has proven almost completely impotent in the face of the pandemic. He is ruthlessly capable, though, when it comes to protecting his cronies from justice. Priorities, right? Big challenges often compel even mediocre presidents to rise to the moment, to do great things. Trump speaks often of greatness, but during 2020 he has instead been r.
THE WEEK 07/11/2020 10:35
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) continued to carve out his own path when it comes to criticizing President Trump from within the ranks of the GOP. Romney, who has frequently clashed with Trump throughout his presidency and became the only Republican senator to the president during his impeachment trial earlier this year, on Saturday morning described Trump's decision to Roger Stone's setence as an act of "unprecedented, historic" corruption. Unprecedented, historic corruption: an American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president. — Mitt Romney (@MittRomney). So far, several Democrats, including House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and former Vice President Joe Biden, the pres.
THE WEEK 07/11/2020 09:36
1. President Trump commuted the 40-month sentence of his friend and confidant Roger Stone, he announced Friday evening. "Mr. Stone would be put at serious risk in prison," the White House said in a statement, calling him a "victim of the Russia Hoax that the Left and its allies in the media perpetuated for years." Stone was convicted of witness tampering and making false statements to Congress, among other charges, in former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe. Stone was set to begin his term on Tuesday, though his lawyers did request a 60-day delay. Trump called Stone "very unfairly treated" when talking to journalists earlier Friday. Stone journalist Howard Fineman on Friday he didn't want a pardon because it implies guilt. []. 2. Autho.
THE WEEK 07/11/2020 06:30
I wouldn't call it a breaking point, necessarily, but it feels like we've reached a moment in the pandemic when things are starting to change. There's been a shift, a dawning that normal isn't just going to come back. That things will not simply get better anytime soon. While rationally it's been clear for quite some time that , there'd still been some wiggle room to play games with yourself: by Memorial Day, by the Fourth, by September, by Election Day it might be different . Confronted now as we are, though, with the onset of the second half of the year, and toward mitigating the threat of the virus, many of us are having to come to terms, for the first time, with the looming pandemic long-haul. In the early days of the outbreak, due to t.
THE WEEK 07/11/2020 05:55
Scottsville, Virginia. This Victorian farm property sits on 78 acres of pasture and fields, 14 miles from town. The , built in 1900, retains many original details, with hardwood floors and trim and brick fireplaces in the kitchen, dining room, living room, and parlor. On the land are a six-stall horse barn with tack room, electricity, and storage stands; an equestrian ring and riding trails; a pond; lawns; and mature trees. $895,000. Peter Wiley, Wiley Real Estate, (434) 422-2090. Central Valley, New York. This restored 1920 carriage house was once part of the Filer-Guggenheim family estate. Among the 's historic features are two fireplaces, one of carved wood and one of native rock; a Wedgewood footed cast-iron stove; a library and billiar.
THE WEEK 07/10/2020 17:23
A family dressed as The Simpsons in Buenos Aires. | ( AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko ). People on a ride at an amusement park in Chertsey, Britain. | ( REUTERS/Toby Melville ). A worker at an ice cream factory in Damascus, Syria. | ( REUTERS/Yamam Al Shaar ). Drones showing anti-COVID messages above Seoul. | ( Yonhap via REUTERS ). A man walks through a shopping arcade in Tokyo. | ( AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko ). The dome of the Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona. | ( Enric Fontcuberta/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock ). Military aircraft fly over the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. | ( REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes ). An empty playground in Houston. | ( REUTERS/Adrees Latif ). A flooded village in Sariakandi Upazila, Bangladesh. | ( Abdul Momin/Solent News/Shutterstock ). Post.
THE WEEK 07/10/2020 15:57
FedEx is threatening to remove its signage from the Washington Redskins' stadium unless the team's name is changed, . The shipping company, which to the Washington Redskins' stadium under a more than $200 million deal signed in 1999, it was asking the team to change its controversial name, and the Post is now reporting that FedEx informed the Redskins in a private letter that unless it does so, "it will remove its signage from the stadium after the NFL's 2020 season, six years before the deal's expiration.".
THE WEEK 07/10/2020 12:41
Disney World is about to reopen amid a surge in COVID-19 cases in Florida, but an epidemiologist is warning that "basically everybody" shouldn't go. Disney is moving ahead with its plan to reopen its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom theme parks in Orlando, Florida, on July 11, doing so with precautions like temperature checks and a mask requirement.
THE WEEK 07/10/2020 08:13
The CEO of Pfizer is expressing confidence in the company's coronavirus vaccine candidate, which he says could potentially receive approval from the FDA this October. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla after the pharmaceutical company the first clinical data on its COVID-19 candidate, which showed it generated neutralizing antibodies at levels 1.8 to 2.8-times the levels found in patients who recovered from COVID-19.
THE WEEK 07/10/2020 07:41
Starbucks announced Thursday that it would require customers in its company-operated coffee cafés in the United States to wear masks starting July 15, . The policy is intended to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection as COVID-19 cases spike in the U.S. The company said it was "prioritizing the health and well-being of partners (employees) and customers" despite resistance to wearing masks by many Americans. In some states and cities, authorities have made masks mandatory in places where social distancing is impossible, such as enclosed restaurants and stores. "It is our responsibility to protect our partners and comply with local public health mandates," the company said. "As such, our partners have the right and responsibility to refuse.

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