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Russian billionaire banker Tinkov says he will step down as chair of Tinkoff Bank amid health issues & US extradition battle

Russian banker Oleg Tinkov, who is currently facing potential extradition to the US from the UK on allegations of underreporting his income, has announced he will resign from the board of directors of the bank he founded. Read Full Article at

The Snyder Cut: Ben Affleck's response to HBO Max's Justice League - CNET

Plus, a full rundown on what The Snyder Cut is, and why we should care about Zack Snyder's not-so-mythical version of 2017's Justice League.

First annual Trans Immigrants Day honors the lives and legacies of trans women

The first annual Trans Immigrants Day honors trans people who died too soon, and vows to fight like hell for the living. Launched by the organizations Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement and the Black LGBTQ+ Migrant Project (BLMP), the first annual Tran

Nuts & Bolts: Inside a Democratic campaign, the party moves for changes at the convention

It’s another Sunday, so for those who tune in, welcome to a diary discussing the Nuts & Bolts of a Democratic campaign. If you’ve missed out, you can catch up anytime: Just visit our group or follow the Nuts & Bolts Guide. Every week I try to t

Over 70 people evacuated from hospital in Russian Far East after roof catches fire

Dozens of patients and medical personnel have to be evacuated after a fire broke out at a hospital in Partizansk, a town 170 kilometers of Vladivostok. There have been no reports of casualties or injuries from the blaze. Read Full Article at

No fans, no problem: Some Coca-Cola 600 fans turn out anyway

Spectators weren't allowed inside Charlotte Motor Speedway for NASCARs longest race, the Coca-Cola 600

Sour cream is the secret weapon in this five-ingredient potato salad, and substitutions are a breeze

The story of two heroes inspires this potato salad, which is the perfect side for a Memorial Day or summer barbecue

Postponed Indy 500 puts short-track drivers in spotlight

The roaring engines and flying dirt pellets briefly brought Gas City I-69 Speedway back to life

AirPods 2 vs. original AirPods: What's changed with Apple's earbuds? - CNET

If you already have the original AirPods, you may not be missing much.

Twitter erupts after failed Republican candidate rage-tweets Pottery Barn over COVID-19 policies

Former North Carolina state Rep. Scott Stone took to Twitter Friday afternoon to voice his righteous indignation with a furniture chain’s reduced hours and appointment-only shopping policies.   “Dear @potterybarn (and other retailers),” the proud fo

The Coca-Cola 600 from Charlotte – follow live!

It's the second weekend back on the track and we're coming at you live from Charlotte Motor Speedway! Let's go racing!

Here are the best meat options for your cookout if your favorite cuts aren't available

Grill this, not that! Try swapping in these cuts of meat for your standbys

Spanish league wants to resume with Seville derby on June 11

The president of the Spanish league says the competition could restart as early as June 11 with the Seville derby between Sevilla and Real Betis

COVID-19 cluster tied to Arkansas pool party after governor brags about forgoing stay-at-home order

Just last month, Arkansas’ Republican governor was defending his decision to forego a statewide stay-at-home order as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Now that a high school swim party was linked to a cluster of new COVID-19 cases, Gov. Asa Hutchinso

White House imposes coronavirus travel ban on Brazil

WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House on Sunday broadened its travel ban against countries hard-hit by the coronavirus by denying admission to foreigners who have been in Brazil during the two-week period before they hoped to enter the U.S. President Donald Trum

Trump's idea of leadership is apparently golfing Memorial Day weekend without a COVID-19 mask

As of lately, President Donald Trump has been pretty committed to thoughtfully driving the nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, except when he’s tweeting, golfing, or breathing, of course. And this Memorial Day weekend, he’s balancing all thr

Busch on the pole for NASCAR's longest race of the season

Kurt Busch won the pole for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the only event on the biggest single day of auto racing

Robert Reich to 'essential workers': When this is over, go on strike

It’s the second time the same FedEx driver has delivered a large box of wine to my doorstep. Only this time, as I thanked him from behind my screen storm door, he wasn’t looking particularly happy. He was in a hurry and he quickly laid the box down, jumpi

US imposes Covid-19 travel ban on Brazil visitors, excluding Americans

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Skiing in Colorado to resume amid coronavirus pandemic

Time to dust off those boots and tune those skis

5.8 quake hits New Zealand, shakes buildings in Wellington

A magnitude 5.8 earthquake has struck around 90 kilometers northwest of Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. The tremor was felt by Kiwis all across the country’s North Island. Read Full Article at

As fashion has its metaverse moment, one app looks to bridge real and virtual worlds for sneakerheads

Fashion is having its moment in the metaverse. A riot of luxury labels, music, and games are vying for attention in the virtual world. And as physical events and the entertainment industry that depends on them shuts down, virtual things have come to epitomiz

Hack job? Civil Service Twitter account roasts ‘ARROGANT TRUTH TWISTER’ BoJo, as lockdown-breaking adviser reported to police

An unknown culprit used the official Twitter account of the UK Civil Service to hammer Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The PM was defending his adviser, Dominic Cummings, who’s been reported to police for breaking lockdown rules. Read Full Article at

«It's like being black in America»: «Snowpiercer» star Daveed Diggs on the Tailies with no agency

Salon talks to Diggs about the draw of his new TNT show: «Maybe it makes us feel less bad about where we are»

Arkansas governor says residents must manage virus risk

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says residents must manage the risk of the coronavirus as the state reopens during the pandemic, even as the number of cases increase. “It doesn’t diminish the seriousness in which we take it, but we h

Relationships, uncertainty, and asking for help: Q&A with writer and activist Mia Birdsong

Written by writer, storyteller, and activist Mia Birdsong, How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friendship, and Community gathers interviews, research, and personal stories to explore the process of cultivating relationships and defining community when traditio

WNBA teams set to make tough decisions on roster cuts

WNBA teams are making hard decisions this weekend as far as their rosters go

Missouri hairstylists with COVID-19 potentially exposed more than 100 customers to virus

As governors begin to reopen states across the country, salon visits are starting to pick back up. Haircuts, in particular, became a focal point of anti-lockdown protests in states across the country, including Michigan and Wisconsin. As CNN reports, not one

Russell dominates virtual Monaco GP, Leclerc in Gutierrez clash

Russell, who beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to take his maiden Virtual GP win last time out at Catalunya, qualified second in the first wet qualifying of the season. FIA Formula 3 driver David Schumacher – son of six-time F1 grand prix winner Ralf – to

Tennis, anyone? Not on this sunny Sunday at the French Open

Nobody was at the French Open on Sunday

No rounds, no weight classes, no cage: Brutal Polish bareknuckle MMA returns with first women's bout (VIDEO)

If mixed martial arts has a few too many rules for your tastes, perhaps it is time to cast a glance towards the new Polish fight league Wotore - a bizarre, violent hybrid of MMA, bareknuckle boxing and, yes, sumo wrestling. Read Full Article at

Kurt Busch tops Jimmie Johnson for Coke 600 pole

J.J. Yeley cut down a left rear tire on his run after a significant tire rub during his lap.William Byron's 180.264mph lap was enough to secure him the provisional pole early in the session. But it would not hold as teammate Jimmie Johnson, a four-time winne

John Cena vs. Batista – WWE Title “I Quit” Match: WWE Over the Limit 2010 (Full Match)

John Cena vs. Batista – WWE Title “I Quit” Match: WWE Over the Limit 2010 (Full Match)

COVID-19 impact: Major automakers see demand for personal vehicles going up

The country#39;s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) expects demand to shift towards lower-priced cars in the post-lockdown scenario.

Four of top-10 companies add Rs 1.12 lakh crore in m-cap; TCS leads

Bharti Airtel, Infosys and ITC were the other gainers from the top-10 list.

Success of #39;Digital India#39; offers hope for developing nations: Commonwealth Secretary General

«...the Secretary General of the Commonwealth Patricia Scotland has expressed her appreciation for this initiative and has called it as a new hope for other developing and aspiring countries of the Commonwealth,» the statement added.

There will be no delay in supply of Rafale jets to India: France

India had signed an inter-governmental agreement with France in September 2016 for the procurement of 36 Rafale fighter jets at a cost of around Rs 58,000 crore.

Gold imports dip for fifth consecutive month in April, fall by almost 100%

The import of the yellow metal stood at USD 3.97 billion in April 2019, according to the commerce ministry#39;s data.

Watch this California mayor break down what universal basic income is and the path to achieve it

While former presidential hopeful and entrepreneur Andrew Yang had a lot of people talking about universal basic income (UBI), he is far from the only politician to advocate for the program. In fact, Michael Tubbs, the mayor of Stockton, California, is not on

Commodity picks: 25 May, 2020

Barley prices in Jaipur are trading at Rs 1,546 per quintal

Racism, immigration, and moving on: Q&A with Japanese internment camp survivor Homer Yasui

For several years, there has been a growing movement of Japanese Americans speaking out against and organizing to end immigrant detention. This work has largely been led by Tsuru for Solidarity, which was co-founded by Satsuki Ina, a survivor of Japanese inte
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