It’s widely regarded across the NFL that Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is the fastest player in the league. All you have to do is watch him blow past defenders on a regular basis.
Cyberpunk 2077 creator CD Projekt Red would kindly like modders to stop making Keanu Reeves into a sex object. Following a fan mod that allowed players to have sex with Reeves’ character, Johnny Silverhand, the developer told PC Gamer that user-generated content cannot be “harmful towards others” — especially when it comes to mods. “In the case of model swaps, especially those that involve explicit situations, it can be perceived as such by the people who lent us their appearance for the purpose of creating characters in Cyberpunk 2077,” the developer said.
Alan Tudyk bestätigt die Abwesenheit von K-2SO in Andor. In Rogue One: A Star Wars Story konnte der umprogrammierte imperiale Droide mit hohem Humor-Level und eingebautem Sarkasmus-Modul die Herzen der Fans erobern, aber in der kommenden Prequel-Serie für Disney+ muss der titelgebende Rebell Cassian Andor ohne seinen Robo-Kumpel auskommen – zumindest in der ersten Staffel. Der Schauspieler hinter dem Klappergestell ist sich aber ziemlich sicher, dass er bald in die weit entfernte Galaxis zurückkehren wird.
Nabbed Canadian man named as one of world’s biggest drug kingpins learned underworld trade from Mafia in Canada
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His speciality, police allege, is methamphetamine, controlling perhaps as much as half of the meth moving throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Other stuff went along for the ride, from heroin and fentanyl to ketamine and ecstasy.
A filtered pitcher is a quick and easy way to improve the taste and quality of your water. They’re simple to use: Just pour tap water into the pitcher and stick it in the fridge while the water passes through the filter and into the main reservoir. Some pitchers take several minutes to filter water, while others only take about 30 seconds.
Almost one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly half of all Canadians say they personally know someone who has been infected with the virus.
In a 22nd-floor suite of the Ritz-Carlton in Manhattan, sipping a nonalcoholic sparkling rose from Pepsi, I was waiting for Cardi B to talk to me about Christmas.
Four Biden officials tried on Sunday to manage public expectations about vaccine distribution, as frustration grows among Americans over long lines, canceled appointments and other daunting issues.
The e-commerce giant filed a motion Thursday to delay the union election, which is set to begin February 8, so that the NLRB may revisit its decision to hold the election by mail over the course of nearly two months instead of through an in-person event.
Members of Parliament continue to clash over the federal government’s COVID-19 response as the House of Commons is set to reconvene on Monday for the first time this year.
The number of Americans in thrall to a sectarian cult is a heck of a lot less than the 74 million who voted for former President Donald Trump in November. Still, devotees of alt-right Trump supporters were organized and numerous enough to storm the U.S. Capitol.
The country of 10 million people, which fared better than others in the first wave of the pandemic, now has the world’s highest seven-day rolling average of new cases and deaths per million people.
“It wouldn’t have been a problem to wait another month. Exceptional times call for exceptional measures,” said Lisbon resident Miguel Goncalves, 55. Almost two-thirds of voters think the election should be postponed, a poll by research institute ISC/ISCTE showed last week.
Delaying the ballot would have required changing the country’s constitution – something officials said was not possible at such short notice, but there has been widespread criticism of the decision to press ahead with the vote for the largely ceremonial president.
“They should have spread voting over more days,” political scientist Joao Cancela of IPRE-NOVA University said. “It’s a mistake to think the only options were to delay or keep as is.”
Voting is the only reason people are permitted to leave home for anything other than essential work or trips under the current nationwide lockdown rules.
Pollsters expect record-high abstentions, even as voluntary teams clad in protective gear collected ballots at the doorstep of some 13,000 quarantined voters, and about 250,000 people registered for early voting to avoid crowds.
“We’re now facing a double-edged risk – high abstentions, and the fact that those who do turn out will be outside their homes,” opposition leader Rui Rio said.
Opinion polls show that the incumbent, President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa of the centre-right Social Democratic Party, is likely to easily win re-election, with left-wing candidate Ana Gomes forecast in second at 13.5-14.5% and the leader of far-right party Chega Andre Ventura close behind at 10-12.5%.
Despite their mainly ceremonial role, presidents can veto certain laws and decree states of emergency.
Keeping up with the torrent of news over the last year has been overwhelming for all Americans. But it’s an especially difficult challenge for local newspaper editors like Reed Anfinson, who not only owns and publishes Swift County, Minn.’s Monitor-News, but writes nearly every news story it publishes, too. Anfinson, who also owns two other papers in nearby counties, has worked virtually seven days a week since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, including through a battle with the virus himself. For all his hustle, he still wishes he had time to write more about the people whose lives have been disrupted by COVID-19—or the money to hire reporters. While there’s more news to fill the pages of Anfinson’s papers this year, his publications have had to shrink to survive as cash-strapped businesses have pulled ads, forcing the papers to shed pages and cut staff positions and hours. Anfinson says more cost-saving measures will be necessary, but it will be hard to figure out what to do next. “We are so lean, we don’t have anywhere to cut,” he says.
President Joe Biden Is Halting Deportations for 100 Days, a Respite For Many Undocumented Immigrants
Raul Medina has spent his entire life afraid of that he or his family would be detained and deported. He was born in Mexico, but was brought to the U.S. at the age of five by his parents, and says he was well trained not to speak about his legal status. He and his family are undocumented and have lived with uncertainty for the more than 20 years they’ve lived in Colorado. Now, for at least the next 100 days, he and his family won’t have to worry about deportation proceedings after the Biden Administration implemented a stop to most removal orders.
(NEW YORK — Nothing illustrates the political passions of a television network’s audience quite like ratings for a presidential inaugural.
Hollywood has decided tonight’s the night to shove back their slate of films — including James Bond’s latest outing No Time To Die, the Uncharted movie, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife. No Time to Die now has a release date of October 8th, Ghostbusters will be pushed back five months to November 11th, and Uncharted now won’t arrive until 2022, Exhibitor Relations reports.
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But if a prime minister can’t or won’t resign for whatever reason, all the Governor General has to do is appoint another one, which automatically puts the prior officeholder out of a job. When Sir John A. Macdonald died in office of a series of strokes in 1891, his corpse unambiguously stopped being prime minister the moment Governor General Frederick Stanley (of Stanley Cup fame appointed John Abbott as his successor.
Nearly 1,500 tickets for curfew violations were handed out between Jan. 11 to 17, Quebec’s Ministry of Public Security announced on Twitter on Monday.