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Carissa Moore and Italo Ferreira win surf gold

Carissa Moore and Italo Ferreira win surf gold

ICHINOMIYA, Japan – The fickle waves of the first ever Olympic surfing competition came ashore Tuesday, pushed by Tropical Storm Nepartak, who led the competition organizers in an attempt to bring quarter-finals, semifinals and medal games into a busy day.

Two after two, in direct eliminations, many of the world’s best[...]

Some media outlets insult the unvaccinated, a strategy that is doomed to fail

Some media outlets insult the unvaccinated, a strategy that is doomed to fail

After months of pushing, persuading, and practically begging unvaccinated Americans to get their injections, the media suddenly switched.

Now there is a rising chorus of anger, resentment and ridicule.

And while I understand the frustration with the objectors, attacking them is clearly counterproductive.

On the one hand, the reasons for the reluctance to vaccinate are[...]

Candace Owens Tears Up Motion To Exclude Whites From Ivy League Schools: It’s “Jealousy Without Expectations”

Candace Owens Tears Up Motion To Exclude Whites From Ivy League Schools: It’s “Jealousy Without Expectations”

Dallas Justice Now calls on white liberals to refuse to enroll their children in Ivy League institutions, but “Candace” host Candace Owens criticized the lively campaign as a continuation of racism in “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“You could identify this as the bigotry of low expectations. They say black Americans are not smart enough[...]

1960s civil rights activist Robert Moses is dead

1960s civil rights activist Robert Moses is dead

Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who was shot at and beaten and jailed during the 1960s at the head of black voter registration campaigns in the southern United States and who later helped improve minority math education, has died. He was 86.

Moses, widely referred to as Bob, worked as[...]

The long list for the Booker Prize is revealed

The long list for the Booker Prize is revealed

LONDON – Kazuo Ishiguro, Rachel Cusk and Richard Powers are among the literary heavyweights in the running for the Booker Prize 2021, as announced here on Tuesday.

Ishiguro, who won the 1989 British Literature Prize for “The Remains of the Day,” his novel about a butler who works for a Nazi[...]

Opinion |  We joke that workers work well from home

Opinion | We joke that workers work well from home

HOUSTON – This March, my partners and I paid special bonuses to everyone at my law firm in the heart of this city. Unlike many other firms around the country, these $ 395,000 in bonuses – on top of the $ 2.7 million in year-end bonuses – weren’t an excuse or[...]

Moderna wants to expand the COVID-19 vaccine study for children

Moderna wants to expand the COVID-19 vaccine study for children

Moderna plans to expand a COVID-19 vaccine study in children under 12 to better monitor possible rare side effects, a Fox News spokesperson confirmed.

“It is our intention to expand the study and we are actively discussing a proposal with the FDA,” a Moderna spokesperson wrote in an email to Fox News. [...]

Trump’s ally Tom Barrack pleads not guilty to charges brought by foreign agents

Trump’s ally Tom Barrack pleads not guilty to charges brought by foreign agents

The two men’s lawyers pleaded not guilty on their behalf.

Barrack, a wealthy private equity investor, was released with a $ 250 million bond, reflecting an agreement he reached in California on Friday.

Barrack, 74, faces charges of failure to register as a foreign agent, conspiracy, obstruction of justice and[...]

VA sets vaccination requirements for frontline healthcare workers

VA sets vaccination requirements for frontline healthcare workers

“Whenever a veteran or VA employee sets foot in a VA facility, they deserve to know that we have done everything in our power to protect them from COVID-19.”

According to the New York Times, which first covered the decision, about 115,000 employees will come under the VA’s mandate.

“I’m[...]

Nebraska Governor supports the university’s anti-CRT resolution amid backlash

Nebraska Governor supports the university’s anti-CRT resolution amid backlash

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts supports a resolution to combat Critical Race Theory (CRT) in the state’s university system.

“I urge the Board of Regents to pass the resolution against imposing Critical Race Theory on students so that we can keep academic freedom alive at the University of Nebraska,” tweeted Ricketts, a Republican,[...]