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'Considerable degree of normality' possible by July, Fauci says; Duke in lockdown; learn status of your stimulus cash: COVID-19 updates

Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that the U.S. must gradually lift restrictions or risk another surge. Latest COVID-19 news.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Naya Rivera Was Left Out Of Grammys ‘In Memoriam’ Segment, And Fans Are Upset

The Grammy nominee's name was not shown on the telecast, but was featured on a list on the Recording Academy's website.
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Taylor Swift's melancholy and romantic 'Folklore' wins album of the year

Taylor Swift's "Folklore" captured the mood of many in 2020, and on Sunday the collection of melancholy and romantic songs won the Grammy for album of the year.
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Grammys 2021: Beyoncé and Taylor Swift make history

Beyoncé picks up a record-breaking 28th award, while Taylor Swift wins her third album of the year.
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Opinion: Why Cuomo's fall from grace should have happened years ago

As a growing number of women have come forward to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, unwanted touching and inappropriate behavior, he is facing mounting pressure from members of his own party -- including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York -- to resign.
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Cuomo's fall from grace is long overdue

As a growing number of women have come forward to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, unwanted touching and inappropriate behavior, he is facing mounting pressure from members of his own party -- including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York -- to resign.
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Cuomo's fall from grace should have happened years ago

As a growing number of women have come forward to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, unwanted touching and inappropriate behavior, he is facing mounting pressure from members of his own party -- including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York -- to resign.
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New Zealand: Ardern flags further gun control reforms after firearms charges peak

Prime minister says 2020 police statistics have only reinforced government’s commitment to crackdown An increase in charges over gun crime in New Zealand – despite sweeping reforms introduced after the Christchurch mosque attacks in 2019 – has shown the need for further restrictions, the government and campaigners agree.The deaths of 51 people at al-Noor mosque and Linwood Islamic centre two years ago led to a sweeping ban on a range of semi-automatic rifles and large ammunition magazines and a ...
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United States: Biden Administration Wage And Hour Update: 50 Days In… - Proskauer Rose LLP

On March 11, 2021 the U.S. Department of Labors Wage and Hour Division as expected announced its proposals to rescind the Trump-era rules on independent contractor classification and joint employment.
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Trump’s ‘Crown Jewel’ Hotel Conjures Spooky Comparisons Amid Reports Of Struggle

Business at the Trump International Hotel in Washington hasn't exactly been booming, according to reports.
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Child In Critical Condition After Falling Out Of Third-Story Window At Roseville Hotel, Police Say

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – A child was in critical condition after falling out of a third-story window at a Roseville hotel, authorities said on Sunday. Roseville police said the circumstances of the fall are being investigated but it does not appear the child, 7, was pushed out. First responders transported the child to the hospital. No further information was available. This is a developing story. Stay with CBS13 for more updates throughout the night.
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Lil Baby Enlists Kendrick Sampson, Tamika Mallory and Killer Mike for Social Justice-Focused Grammys Performance

Lil Baby performed “The Bigger Picture” in a powerful call to action against police brutality during the 63rd annual Grammy Awards. The rapper was joined during at points by three prominent activists: “Insecure” star Kendrick Sampson, Women’s March cofounder Tamika Mallory and Atlanta rapper Killer Mike. Following an intro from James Baldwin, the performance opened […]
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United States: Is It A Good Time To Buy A Practice? Consider These Factors Before You Make The Leap - Ostrow Reisin Berk & Abrams

Even in times of economic uncertainty, there may still be opportunities for growth.
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Stacey Abrams Slams GOP Push To Restrict Voting As ‘Jim Crow In A Suit And Tie’

Stacey Abrams condemned GOP efforts to restrict voting in Georgia as “a redux of Jim Crow in a suit and tie.”
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Hollywood Publicists Advise Clients Not to Work With HFPA Until Group Implements Diversity Changes (EXCLUSIVE)

  Less than a week after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association circulated a letter to Hollywood publicists insisting it was committed to diversifying and addressing longstanding criticisms of the organization, Variety has learned that a group of top publicity firms plan to formally warn the HFPA that they expect to see tangible changes. The letter, […]
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United States: Court Rejects Plaintiffs' Claims That Private Equity Is Imprudent For 401(k) Plan - Mayer Brown

On January 21, 2021, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California granted a motion by the Intel Corporation Investment Policy Committee to dismiss all ERISA claims...
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Weeks after a winter storm, residents of Jackson, Mississippi, may soon be able to stop boiling water before using it

The water supply in Jackson, Mississippi, may finally return to normal soon, weeks after a winter storm left some without service and forced a citywide boil-water advisory.
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United States: A Tale Of Two Gorillas: An Underdog (Under-Ape?) Story - Foley Hoag LLP

In the 1970s, a nearly century-old Japanese playing card company called Nintendo started to branch out into electronic gaming, and in 1979 started a coin-operated arcade gaming division.
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Saudi Arabia: Introduction Of Skills Verification Program Will Filter Talent In Saudi Arabia's Labor Market - Envoy Global, Inc.

Beginning July 2021, foreign nationals looking for employment in the private sector of Saudi Arabia will be required to take exams based on their field of work...
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Canada: 2020 Year In Review—Canada's Top 10 Drug And Vaccine Regulatory Updates - Torys LLP

2020 was an eventful and challenging year. With the pandemic, all eyes are on the life sciences industry for innovation and products. In Canada, the regulators, legislature and the courts played a...
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No Evidence AstraZeneca Vaccine Causes Increased Blood Clot Risk, Company Says

"We are going beyond the standard practices for safety monitoring," the drug company said.
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United States: BREAKING: Supreme Court Cancels Arguments On Medicaid Work Requirements - Foley Hoag LLP

On March 11, the Supreme Court removed the dispute over Medicaid work requirements, which was previously scheduled for March 29, from its argument calendar.
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Australia March 4 Justice: Thousands march against sexual assault

The wave of protests follow a backlash to the government's response to sexual assault allegations.
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Canada: The Future Of Supply Chains - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Businesses are increasingly looking to make substantial changes to realign their supply chains globally, a trend accelerated recently by the global pandemic.
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United States: FINRA Highlights Impact Of Educational Intervention In Detecting Financial Fraud - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

This should be given serious consideration in the context of investor education through social media.
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Bermuda: Valuation Of Shares In M&A Deals - Appleby

The continuing presence of the Covid-19 pandemic may prompt companies to consider making strategic acquisitions through mergers and amalgamations.
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Worldwide: Major Market Comparison Of Key COVID-19 Legislation - Arnold & Porter

As pharmaceutical companies worldwide race to supply vaccines and therapeutics to fight the spread of COVID-19, understanding the laws and regulations that could impact parties involved in...
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Why some countries have suspended the AstraZeneca vaccine and what it means for Australia – explainer

Despite inoculation suspensions across Europe, authorities and experts say there is no link between the Covid-19 vaccine and blood clotsSeveral European countries, including Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands and Ireland, have temporarily suspended the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine following concerns about deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism and blood clotting. Meanwhile, Italy, Austria, Estonia, Latvia, Luxembourg and Lithuania have stopped inoculations from one particular batch of 1m d...
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Canada: Patenting Biologics And Other Therapeutics In The United States: Another Strike Against Claims With Functional Limitations - Bereskin & Parr LLP

Recently, functional patents for biologics and other pharmaceuticals have faced higher scrutiny in the United States regarding the written description and/or enablement requirements.
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