Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 12:53:06
30 results - (0.011 seconds)

who could take:

Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
12
    THE IRONIC thing is that the booing of Harry Maguire by England fans might just work in his favour when he returns to Manchester United. You see Red Devils fans have a habit of supporting their own when "outsiders" have a go at them. 2Man Utd skipper Harry Maguire was booed while playing for EnglandCredit: Rex Remember when David Beckham was public enemy No 1 after France 98, he was never more popular back at Old Trafford. Likewise when England fans turned on many of their players in the 90s when in that instance club allegiances encroached on international crowds. So it will be interesting to see if that big arm of support gets around the shoulders of the United captain when they take on Leicester City at the weekend. It really is time to give him a break. Read More Man Utd StoriesMan Utd news live Nkunku deal in DANGER, Harry Maguire breaks silence on being booed The player himself will no doubt accept he is not in his best run of form. But to rewrite the history of...
    Novak Djokovic has always been closely in touch with his inner martyr. Forever less popular than his great rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, there remains something of the outsider and underdog about him when it comes to their extraordinary battle for the most Grand Slam titles. Now the 34-year-old Serb is prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice in tennis terms, potentially giving up what remains of his chances to add to his tally of 20 majors. If Djokovic is to be excluded from many tournaments for the foreseeable future — and a lot could yet change — this is a strange hill for his hopes to die on. Most tennis players have now accepted, some albeit reluctantly, that they and their sport are best served by taking a vaccine that has saved countless lives. Novak Djokovic's stubbornness has often got him over the line in tight matches on the court But his vaccine refusal is a strange hill to die on while battling Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next John...
    SHE’S had mixed success playing Doctor Who – so no great suprise to learn Jodie Whittaker may NOT be seen regenerating into her successor. I understand the BBC1 show’s new team are considering having a break, for a complete reboot, between Jodie’s final episodes as the Time Lord and her yet-to-be-revealed replacement hopping aboard the Tardis. 7BBC1 actress Jodie Whittaker may not be seen regenerating into her successorCredit: Alamy 7The Doctor Who team are considering having a break, for a complete reboot as her New Year’s Day outing drew just 3.4million viewersCredit: Andrew Sims - The Times Following the conclusion of the show’s latest series in December, Jodie filmed a New Year’s Day special and she will star in two more later this year before signing off. But the possible reboot means the show’s first ever female Doctor, who has been in the role since 2017, may be denied the usual regeneration scene — like actor Sylvester McCoy missed out when the show’s original run, from 1963 to 1989, came to an end long before the latest run of series...
    Using marijuana could reduce the effectiveness of some common medications, including popular over-the-counter medications and others used to treat breast cancer, an expert says. Dr Philip Lazarus, a pharmaceutical sciences at Washington State University, told UPI that his team has found is lab research that using marijuana could either supercharge, or even reduce, the effectiveness of drugs in a persons system. Common medications like Tylenol, Motrin - or other ibuprofens - or blood thinners could be too effective when interacting with marijuana, and potentially harm the user. On the other hand, an often used breast cancer medication can be rendered ineffective when it interacts with cannabis.  The findings are worrying, as many people use marijuana to relax themselves, or even to manage pain. Use of the drug has become commonplace in recent years, and the research shows it could be doing damage to some people who require these medications day-to-day. Marijuana could interact with some pain-killer or breast cancer treatment drugs in a way that could be dangerous. The drug interacts with Tylenol and ibuprofen in a way that could causes...
    MOTORISTS in the UK could face a fine of up to £5,000 if they are caught driving through a puddle and splashing a pedestrian. Some might see soaking a passerby as they speed along as a bit of a laugh and all just harmless fun but it could land the driver in some hot water. 5 Motorists could get a fine of several thousand pounds for doing thisCredit: Rex Features Driving without reasonable consideration can attract a maximum level five fine, which is currently set at £5,000, and dictates that a person's driving "amounts to a clear act of incompetence, selfishness, impatience or aggressiveness". Under section three of the Road Traffic Act 1988, it is an offence to drive "without reasonable consideration for other persons" and according to the Crown Prosecution Service, this includes an instance of "driving through a puddle causing pedestrians to be splashed". While it may be highly unlikely that a person guilty of such an offence would be sentenced at the top end of the scale, it is still possible such a harsh penalty could be...
    Mayor Francis Suarez (R) said Wednesday Miami was to set to become “the first city in America” to provide bitcoin dividends to its residents. “We’re going to be the first city in America to give a bitcoin yield as a dividend directly to its residents,” Suarez said in an interview with CoinDesk TV. He said the dividend would come from staking MiamiCoin, the digital currency the city developed this year. Staking involves holding cryptocurrencies in a digital wallet that allows them to participate in validating transactions on a network. Suarez said MiamiCoin has earned more than $20 million for the city over the last three months. If the number stays consistent at $80 million or more annually, Suarez noted it would represent a fifth of Miami’s $400 million in yearly tax revenue, presenting a possibility for it to become “a city that runs without taxes.” In the meantime, he said Miami would use some of its revenue from the currency to generate interest in the form of bitcoin, which it will pay to residents who hold MiamiCoin. “We’re going to...
    ASTON VILLA are on the hunt for a new manager after sacking Dean Smith. The lifelong fan lost his last five games in charge, leaving his beloved side just two points above the drop zone. 6John Terry could be eyeing his former boss Dean Smith's job as Aston Villa managerCredit: AFP Smith's exit comes at the start of two weeks off for the international break. And the club's board will hope to secure a quick appointment so the new boss can start working with his players. But who will be Smith's successor at Villa Park? SunSport weighs up six of the main candidates... JOHN TERRY One of the more obvious choices could be John Terry, who is still looking for his first managerial job and has been finishing off his coaching badges to get his pro licence. JT ended his playing career with Villa and worked as Smith's assistant before leaving his post in July. Most read in Premier LeagueUNITED LATEST Roy Keane savages Solskjaer and derby flops, THIRTEEN clubs want Phil JonesLive BlogFOOTY LIVE Villa SACK Dean...
    JAKE PAUL has hinted he may snub Tommy Fury to take a break from boxing and 'figure out who he is'. The YouTuber beat Tyron Woodley via a split decision in Ohio and Brit Fury called for a fight with 'the bum' after he beat Anthony Taylor on the undercard. 2Jake Paul hinted he could take a break from boxing after he beat Tyron WoodleyCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2British fighter Tommy Fury called the YouTuber out but it looks like Tyson's brother might miss outCredit: Getty Images - Getty But the 24-year-old could be about to knock his 'boxing career' on the head before it has even really started. Speaking after the contest, Paul was asked what's next and said: "Honestly, we'll see. I've been boxing for 18 months now. "I haven't been to the dentist, I barely got my hair cut in the last two years. "My teeth are crooked, my nose is crooked. I've dedicated the last 18 months to this. I haven't stopped, "I think I might need to chill out for a second...
    This August 2 will be her hearing to dictate a sentence to Roxana, 21, who is incarcerated for killing the man who abused her. The young girl is living hell in a prison in Mexico, in the Bordo de Xochiaca Prison, in the State of Mexico, Coming from Oaxaca, he came to the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl seven years ago in search of a better life. Read also: A 12-year-old girl is found murdered a few steps from her house According to a letter in which he narrates his testimony and that was disseminated by a feminist collectiveAfter a meeting on May 8, an acquaintance from a store accompanied her home and insisted on staying. “He insisted so much that I was scared, because I was stupid, I agreed, I know that many will judge me for what I did and perhaps they will say it is her fault that she let him in,” he wrote. Roxana, who has a four-year-old daughter and was separated from her husband, put a mat on the floor, went to bed and minutes later...
    For the first time since 2004, the Olympic gold medal winner in the men's 100m sprint will not be Usain Bolt. Jamaica's sprint king is now enjoying retirement and there are an array of sprinters sizing up the title in Tokyo this summer. Sportsmail assesses some of the candidates who could emerge victorious in the 100m final on August 1. Usain Bolt is now retired, so there will be a new 100m Olympic gold medal winner in Tokyo  The likes of Andre de Grasse (left) are looking to take Bolt's crown on August 1 at the Olympics  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tokyo Olympics news LIVE: Chelsie Giles claims Team GB's... IAN HERBERT: Simone Biles shows she IS human after all...... The United States lose their first men's basketball match at... Austria's Anna Kisenhofer pulls off a huge shock at the... Share this article Share   Andre de Grasse (Canada)The favourite, Canada's Andre de Grasse claimed Olympic bronze in Rio, behind Bolt and runner-up Justin Gatlin five years ago. ...
    (CNN)Two days after the catastrophic partial collapse of a residential building in South Florida, officials remained focused on the search for the dozens of people believed to be under the mountain of rubble as an expert suggested it may be months before the cause of the disaster is known.While anxious family members awaited some news -- and the search continued through the night -- officials urged for a powerful sentiment: Hope. "I am holding out hope because our first responders tell me they have hope," Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava told CNN. "They are the ones on the ground. They are in the tunnels; they're in the water; they're on top of the rubble pile. They're helping to sift through using the cameras, the dogs, the sonar, and they say they have hope."An emotional Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Chief Andy Alvarez echoed the sentiment in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "There's always hope," he said. "We're doing everything we can to bring your family member out alive."This is what we know about those missing in the Miami condo collapseThe...
    President Joe Biden on Monday said that anyone taking unemployment who gets offered a 'suitable job' must take it after experts revealed that people making $32,000 before COVID could now earn more from benefits. 'We're going to make it clear that anyone collecting unemployment, who is offered a suitable job must take the job or lose their unemployment benefits,' the president said in remarks at the White House.  'There are a few COVID-19 related exceptions, so that people aren't forced to choose between their basic safety and a paycheck, but otherwise, that's the law,' he added. Biden dismissed claims people could earn more by staying home and collecting unemployment. 'Americans want to work,' he said.  'I think the people claim Americans won't work, even if they find a good and fair opportunity, underestimate the American people,' he added.  He noted that companies that 'provide fair wages and safe work environments' will 'find plenty of workers.' The White House had to defend its extra unemployment benefits on Monday, arguing it was not the main factor keeping people from returning to the...
    The Minneapolis chief medical examiner who conducted the autopsy on George Floyd’s body and deemed his death a homicide testified Friday in former officer Derek Chauvin’s trial that the way police held him down and compressed his neck "was just more than Mr. Floyd could take," given the condition of his heart. Dr. Andrew Baker, chief medical examiner for Hennepin County, took the stand on Friday morning as the second week of testimony at the murder trial of Chauvin, 45, came to an end. Chauvin is accused of murder and manslaughter in the May 25th 2020 death of Floyd. The former officer, who has been fired from Minneapolis Police Department, is accused of pressing his knee on or close to Floyd’s neck for what prosecutors have said was 9 minutes and 29 seconds, while he was handcuffed and pinned to the pavement on his stomach. Police were arresting Floyd outside a neighborhood store, Cup Foods, for allegedly trying to use a counterfeit $20 bill to buy cigarettes. In this image from video, Dr. Andrew Baker, Hennepin County Medical Examiner,...
    The Chief Medical Examiner who carried out George Floyd's autopsy has stated that he did not find the cause of death to be asphyxia or low oxygen levels and that he did not believe that Chauvin's knee was on Floyd's neck for 'the majority' of the time. In a massive departure from the prosecution's contention Hennepin County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Andrew Baker said, 'In my impression from the video it would appear that Mr. Chauvin's knee was primarily on the back, on the side or the area in between Mr. Floyd's neck (and back).' Under cross examination Friday afternoon Dr. Baker told the court that asphyxia was 'a very common cause' of the deaths that he had seen across 2,900 to 3,000 autopsies but it was not the conclusion that he came to before, or after, having seen the videos of the incident on May 25, 2020.    In a startlingly brief direct questioning by Jerry Blackwell, Dr. Baker told the court that Floyd died because being pinned down on the ground with his neck compressed was, 'just more than...
    COPS are today searching for a Covid denier who stormed a hospital demanding a sick patient be released - with fears he could now be infected with the bug himself. Toby Hayden-Leigh, 45, is wanted after a group insisted the critical care ward coronavirus patient leave hospital despite medics warning "he will die". ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 9Toby Hayden-Leigh, 45, is wanted by Surrey Police after a group stormed into a critical care unit and tried to get a patient sick with Covid to leave 9The Covid patient can be seen surrounded by medics as they try to treat himCredit: Sun Online 9A medic was locked in a confrontation with Covid-deniers, insisting the patient needed treatment In footage of the confrontation, the man filming could be heard insisting there was no proof the deadly bug existed. The group was eventually removed from the ward - with cops now searching for the man from Maidstone, Kent. East Surrey Detective Chief Inspector Kimball Edey said Hayden-Leigh needed to be interviewed after the...
    LA GRANGE, Ill. (CBS) — One suburban school district is doubling its COVID-19 testing in the weeks after the holiday season. Dozens of other districts are interested in following its lead. The model at Park Junior High in La Grange may soon be turning a profit. Elementary students take their saliva tests at home. Junior high students take theirs in the hallway or outside. The district calls it a success. The kids call it a little strange. But one local doctor calls it a unique business opportunity. Part school superintendent and part nurse, the top administrator in La Grange District 102 can be found twice a week in this post holiday cycle administering the COVID saliva tests. “We’ve been able to stay in school with a hybrid program since August 27,” said Superintendent Kyle Schumacher. “Every Monday, gotta do a spit test,” said Park Junior High School student Ginny D’Alessio. Results come within 24 hours and confidence follows soon after. “It makes me feel more comfortable being in school,” D’Alessio said. “Not that much stress that you could get sick.”...
    By Raphael Satter WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cybersecurity expert Steven Adair and his team were in the final stages of purging the hackers from a think tank's network earlier this year when a suspicious pattern in the log data caught their eye. The spies had not only managed to break back in – a common enough occurrence in the world of cyber incident response – but they had sailed straight through to the client's email system, waltzing past the recently refreshed password protections like they didn't exist. "Wow," Adair recalled thinking in a recent interview. "These guys are smarter than the average bear." It was only last week that Adair's company - the Reston, Virginia-based Volexity - realized that the bears it had been wrestling with were the same set of advanced hackers who compromised Texas-based software company SolarWinds. Using a subverted version of the company's software as a makeshift skeleton key, the hackers crept into a swathe of U.S. government networks, including the Departments of Treasury, Homeland Security, Commerce, Energy, State and other agencies besides. When news of the hack...
    New York Yankees pitcher JA Happ (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)3. Bring back JA HappThe Astros need pitching and that will be the theme of this post. Rather than focusing on a possible replacement for George Springer (who, for all we know, could stay in Houston himself), the Astros need to focus on what they can control. Houston needs starting pitching, especially with Justin Verlander on the mend for the foreseeable future. Assuming the Astros don’t land an ace to make up for JV’s production, they’ll have to do it by committee. Option 1? Former Astros hurler JA Happ. Happ pitched in Houston from 2011-12. After an impressive start in 2011, in which he went 5-4 with a  3.75 ERA, Happ fell off a cliff in 2012 and went to Toronto the next year. Since then, he’s turned his career around with a few bumps in the road in New York. With the Astros pitching staff routinely helping veterans turn their careers around, Houston could take Happ’s spare parts and turn them into a mid-rotation starter, or maybe better. Last...
    Nancy Reagan tried to cover up her use of an astrologer who dictated White House policy by telling the clairvoyant: 'Lie if you have to, just lie'. The former First Lady told Joan Quigley in their final conversation that 'you can't say anything', a new documentary reveals. Nancy was furious after her husband's chief of staff Don Regan told about Quigley's role in an explosive memoir and called her the Reagan administration's 'most closely guarded secret'. He revealed Nancy would call Quigley up to eight times a day and without her say so Air Force One would not take off or land. Quigley told the Reagans when to sign treaties and even though she only met the President once she claimed to completely understand his 'almost magical inner will'. She even said she helped to end the Cold War by reading the horoscope of Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev and advising Reagan, through his wife, on how to handle denuclearization negotiations. A new documentary claims former First Lady Nancy Reagan used an astrologer who dictated White House policy Nancy...
12