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We just got some promising early data that shows a one-shot coronavirus vaccine could help protect people from COVID-19

A clinical trial volunteer participates in Johnson & Johnson's study to test a coronavirus vaccine candidate Janssen Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine generates a promising immune response. It's still not clear if the shot can prevent COVID-19, or how it will compare to rival vaccinations. The drugmaker is set to publish data within weeks that should provide more definitive information about the protection the vaccine provides. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. ...
Tags: Trends, Food And Drug Administration, World Health Organization, Philadelphia, Pfizer, Rio, 288, Johnson Johnson, Carlos, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, New England Journal of Medicine, J J, Durbin, Del Rio, Paul Offit, Emory University School of Medicine


Why attorneys for Southern California schools blame victims for their own sexual abuse, bullying

When lawyers representing Moreno Valley Unified School District argued that 13-year-old Diego Stolz and his family were partly to blame for his death at the hands of two bullies, it wasn’t the first time such an argument was used — and likely won’t be the last. “I think it’s a disgusting strategy,” said lawyer Morgan Stewart, whose Irvine firm has sued districts whose defense attorneys have responded by blaming his clients for their alleged abuse. “It bothers me at a core level.” Lewis Brisbois ...
Tags: News, Education, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Lausd, Smith, Southern California, Moreno Valley, Huntington Beach, Stewart, Kelly, Torrance, Carlos


LAFC Lose In CONCACAF Champions League Final

There’s no shame in losing to a team as good as Tigres UANL, but that doesn’t make Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat in the Concacaf Champions League Final any less painful for LAFC, considering how close they came to pulling off the upset. In a game that most pregame predictions had Tigres winning handily, it was LAFC that were in the driver’s seat following Diego Rossi’s 61st-minute opener that put his team just 30 minutes from history. Then, there was a golden opportunity just four minutes later after Kwa...
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Soccer, Mls, Major League Soccer, Liga MX, Carlos Vela, Vela, Lafc, Bradley, Carlos, Diego Rossi, Rodriguez, Bob Bradley, Andre Pierre Gignac, Luis


‘East Los High’ Co-Creator Carlos Portugal to Develop Drama ‘Heirs’ at NBC

NBC is developing the drama series “Heirs” from Carlos Portugal. The series is set in Miami Beach’s exclusive Star Island. It follows the heirs of a Latin American ex-dictator as they face an unexpected dilemma when a young girl is kidnapped from their home on the night of their own daughter’s lavish quinceañera. Portugal will […]
Tags: News, Nbc, Portugal, Miami Beach, Carlos, Davis Entertainment, East Los High ' Co, Develop Drama ` Heirs


Alexander: For LAFC, CONCACAF Champions League is even bigger

The CONCACAF Champions League is this continent’s counterpart to the UEFA Champions League in Europe – you know, the one where the heavy hitters of the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and the like stare each other down, while among other things providing compelling midday programming for ESPN. The problem – strictly a U.S./Canadian problem, to be sure – is that this continent’s tournament, which likewise sends its winner to the FIFA Club World Cup, has been almost exclusively a Mexican producti...
Tags: Europe, Sports, Toronto, Sport, Soccer, Fifa, Champions League, Mls, Nashville, Espn, Major League Soccer, Montreal, Seattle, United, Orlando City, Real Salt Lake


‘Encanto’ is Disney’s Next Magical Animated Musical, Arriving in Fall 2021

Walt Disney Animation officially announced their new animated musical during the big investors meeting today. The film is called Encanto, and it’s described a movie full of magical realism, focusing on a family in Colombia. Find out what we know about the movie below. This Fall, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ all-new film Encanto takes you to Colombia, where a magical family live in a magical home. Directed by Byron Howard and Jared Bush, co-directed and co-written by Charise Castro Smith, a...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Colombia, Animation, Musical, Hamilton, Fernando, Lin Manuel Miranda, Lucille Ball, Carlos, Encanto, Mariana, Byron Howard, Jared Bush, Juana, Walt Disney Animation


Carlos on Busi’s imaginary rogues

There's no such thing as an abominable rogue unit-corn The post Carlos on Busi’s imaginary rogues appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Cartoons, Openaccess, Carlos, Busi, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, Rogue Unit, South Africa (country


Spain's scandal-hit former king Carlos settles over £600,000 tax bill

Ex monarch settles tax arrears including fines and interest according to his lawyersSpain’s former king Juan Carlos, who left his homeland under a cloud of scandal in August, has settled a back tax bill worth over 678,000 euros (£611,388) including interest and fines, his lawyers said on Wednesday.The lawyers, in a statement, provided no details about the back taxes . But the newspaper El Pais in an earlier report said the former monarch sought to settle certain alleged illegal credit card trans...
Tags: Europe, Spain, Carlos, Juan Carlos, El Pais


Carlos on Oozymandias’ goodbye grift

"Look on my works ye Mighty, and gimme 50 bucks!" The post Carlos on Oozymandias’ goodbye grift appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Cartoons, Donald Trump, Us Elections, Openaccess, Carlos, Top Six, US elections 2020, Oozymandias


Biden told this immigrant rights activist 'vote for Trump' in a blunt exchange. He voted for Biden but is ready to push him hard on immigration reform.

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden speaks to the media after receiving a briefing from the transition COVID-19 advisory board on November 09, 2020 at the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. Biden spoke about how his administration would respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Joe Raedle/Getty Images In November 2019, on the campaign trail in South Carolina, then-candidate Joe Biden was asked a question by immigrant rights activist Carlos Rojas Rodriguez and an immigrant community member. A...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Congress, Obama Administration, Immigration, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Dhs, United States, Biden, Cuba, Department Of Homeland Security, South Carolina, Trump, Democratic Party


Hear Legendary BBC Composer Delia Derbyshire’s Electronic Version of Bach’s “Air on a G String”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOC7Pf1XY54 When the warm, warbly, slightly-out-of-tune sounds of the early Moog synthesizer met the delicate figures of Bach’s concertos, suites, preludes, fugues, and airs in Wendy Carlos’ 1968 Switched-on Bach, the result reinvigorated popular interest in classical music and helped launch the careers of seventies Moog synthesists like composer of instrumental hit “Popcorn,” Gershon Kingsley; occultist and composer of TV themes and jingles, Mort Garson; ...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Bbc, Beethoven, Stanley Kubrick, Giorgio Moroder, Derbyshire, Facebook Twitter, Carlos, Bach, Josh Jones, Moog, David Cain, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Radiophonic Workshop


Carlos on the wheels of SA justice

South African justice is up on bricks. The post Carlos on the wheels of SA justice appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Cartoons, Openaccess, Carlos, South Africa (country


Moderna trial investigator says vaccinating U.S. against Covid will be a 'major effort'

"If we can do that we will be back to a normal state by the end of next year," Dr. Carlos del Rio of Emory University told CNBC.
Tags: Carlos, Moderna, COVID, Rio of Emory University


Reclaiming the Race Analogy in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

Kyle C. Velte The Supreme Court held oral argument last week in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case asking whether a taxpayer-funded foster care agency may turn away same-sex couples who wish to be foster parents because of the agency’s sincere religious objection to certifying same-sex couples. A Philadelphia ordinance—the Fair Practices Ordinance—and the contract the agency signed with the city prohibits it from discriminating against these same-sex couples. But the agency is asking t...
Tags: Supreme Court, Senate, Virginia, Court, Css, Philadelphia, Loving, Branding, Guest Blogger, Brown, U S Supreme Court, Newman, Fulton, Leviticus, Civ, Carlos


Carlos on comrades watching their step

Careful comrades, the plank is a bit wobbly. The post Carlos on comrades watching their step appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Cartoons, Openaccess, ANC, Carlos, Top Six, Jessie Duarte, Ace Magashule, South Africa (country


Self-Acceptance: Jhon-Jhon Ventura Redefines The American Dream

. {display:none !important;} .code-block {display:none !important;} .sovrn_ad_unit  {display:none !important;} The American Dream is often revered by many as the pinnacle of success. Though it’s definition may vary upon the individual, the majority sum it up to a very similar story line, typically describing life possessions and accomplishments such as attaining a good job, having a nice car, and buying that big house with a white picket fence. For Jhon-Jhon Ventura, CEO, Owner and...
Tags: Business, California, Startup, United States, New Jersey, Right Now, Carlos, California New Jersey, Jhon Jhon Ventura, Jhon Jhon Institute the American Dream, Jhon Jhon, Jhon Jhon Institute


'She made music jump into 3D': Wendy Carlos, the reclusive synth genius

She went platinum by plugging Bach into 20th-century machines, and was soon working with Stanley Kubrick. But prejudice around her gender transition pushed Wendy Carlos out of sightThis summer, an 80-year-old synthesiser pioneer suddenly appeared online. She had been silent for 11 years, but now something had appeared that she just wouldn’t tolerate. “Please be aware there’s a purported ‘biography’ on me just released,” wrote Wendy Carlos on the homepage of her 16-bit-friendly website, a Siamese...
Tags: Books, Gender, Music, Celebrity, Film, Women, US, Life and style, Society, Music Industry, Transgender, Culture, Classical Music, Stanley Kubrick, Identity politics, Electronic Music


LAFC forced to settle for draw with Portland, finishes 7th in Western Conference standings

Los Angeles FC defender Eddie Segura (center) loses control of the ball to Portland Timbers forward Yimmi Chara (23) during the second half of an MLS match at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, Sunday, Nov 8, 2020. Los Angeles FC played against the Portland Timbers to a draw 1-1. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) Los Angeles FC midfielder Brian Rodriguez (17) brings the balll down the pitch against the Portland Timbers during the second half of an MLS match at Ban...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Mls, San Jose, Houston, Major League Soccer, Seattle, Portland Timbers, Carlos Vela, Vela, Los Angeles Fc, Lafc


CS Video: Kindred Interview With Stars Lawrance, Lowden & Shaw

CS Video: Kindred Interview With Stars Lawrance, Lowden & Shaw ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Tamara Lawrance (The Long Song), Jack Lowden (Small Axe) and three-time Emmy nominee Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve) to discuss their work on the psychological thriller Kindred. Our interview can be viewed in the player below, while the film can be rented or purchased here! RELATED: IFC Midnight Unveils First Trailer for Psychological Thriller Kindred PB ...
Tags: Movies, Charlotte, Thomas, Carlos, Shaw, Margaret, ComingSoon, Lowden, Marcantonio, Jack Lowden, Loretta Devine, Fiona Shaw, Lawrance, Derek Wallace, Tamara Lawrance, Joe Marcantonio


‘Martha Knows Best’ Is Not Great. It’s Not Even a Good Thing.

So, it’s come to this. As a nation, we are so starved for American garden programming that we are willing to accept that a woman worth over $620 million dollars, stuck for 82 days on her 153-acre estate in Bedford, NY; with her gardener, one of her housekeepers, and one of her drivers; and joined as needed by groundskeepers and their foreman, is going to fill that need and leave us hungry for another season of down-to-earth gardening advice. So starved, that we are willing to accept HGTV prom...
Tags: Gardening, Florida, UK, New York, Hollywood, Jay Leno, Mississippi, California, Martha Stewart, Maine, Paris, Dalai Lama, Maggie, Google Translate, Richard Gere, Snoop Dogg


Feed the Polls is trying to make waiting in line to vote on November 3rd more bearable for Americans — and much tastier

Reuters Feed the Polls, a new civic and culinary initiative, is seeking to get out the vote and feed voters. At least 35,000 meals will be delivered to food insecure areas in US cities. Lady Gaga has backed the initiative, $300,000 has been raised, and a fleet of food trucks is mobilizing from coast to coast. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. What if democracy was truly free, and gourmet too? A new initiative, Feed the Polls, seeks to untangle how COVID-19, voter suppres...
Tags: New York, Sweden, Washington Post, Montana, Mexico, Iraq, New York City, US, Jerusalem, Trends, Nas, United States, New York Times, Queens, Middle East, Michelle Obama


LAFC’s Carlos Vela, Tristan Blackmon getting healthy at right time

With the regular season winding down, the Los Angeles Football Club welcomed back a pair of key pieces to its puzzle on Sunday as Carlos Vela and Tristan Blackmon returned from injuries. Vela, the 2019 MLS MVP, had been out since suffering an MCL sprain against the Galaxy on Aug. 22. Blackmon had a hamstring injury, forcing him to miss the last seven games. Vela played 20 minutes as a substitute and scored a goal. Blackmon played 13 minutes. “They both gave us good minutes coming in,” LAFC coach...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, San Jose, Houston Dynamo, Carlos Vela, Vela, Lafc, Bradley, Carlos, Bob Bradley, Los Angeles Football Club, Blackmon, YouTube TV, Carlos Vela Tristan Blackmon


Step inside a Colombian jungle lab where coca leaf begin its journey to become cocaine

An antinarcotics Black Hawk helicopter flies over a field of coca in Tumaco in southwest Colombia. Hidden in the cluster of trees is a small coca laboratory used to turn the leaves into coca paste. Toby Muse In makeshift labs across Colombia, farmers and technicians begin to turn coca leaves into coca paste, which eventually becomes cocaine sold all around the world. The following is an excerpt from "Kilo: Inside the Deadliest Cocaine Cartels — from the Jungles to the Streets" by Toby Muse...
Tags: England, Trends, Drug Trafficking, Cocaine, Colombia, United States, Farmers, Farc, Drug Smuggling, Pedro, Book Excerpt, Carlos, William Morrow, Black Hawk, Kilo, Antioquia


LAFC scores twice in second half to defeat 10-man Galaxy squad in latest El Trafico meeting

Los Angeles FC forward Danny Musovski (left) vies for the ball against Los Angeles Galaxy defender Daniel Steres (right) during the first half of a an MLS match at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday October 25, 2020. Los Angeles FC defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-0. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) Los Angeles FC forward Diego Rossi (left) brings the ball down the pitch against Los Angeles Galaxy forward Cristian Pavon (right) during the first ...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mls, Vancouver, Galaxy, Portland Timbers, Carlos Vela, Sacha Kljestan, Sebastian Lletget, Jonathan Dos Santos, Vela, Los Angeles Fc, Lafc, Bradley


Sundance Now Unveils November TV & Movie Slate

Sundance Now Unveils November TV & Movie Slate Sundance Now has revealed their November slate, including Season 3 of the Sundance Now Original series Riviera, starring Julia Stiles (Hustlers, 10 Things I Hate About You) and Rupert Graves (Sherlock, The War of the Worlds), as well as the premiere of the dark thriller Cold Call starring Sally Lindsay. You can check out the full lineup below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gpt...
Tags: TV, Movies, Julianne Moore, California, China, Nazis, Adele, Los Angeles, Thailand, Beijing, Austria, Vienna, Nelson Mandela, Iowa, Paris, Manchester


Cartoon by Carlos: No escapé for Senor Agrizzi

Angelo Agrizzi will have to enjoy the South African government’s hospitality for the time being The post Cartoon by Carlos: No escapé for Senor Agrizzi appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Corruption, Opinion, Cartoons, Openaccess, Carlos, South African Government, Angelo Agrizzi, South Africa (country, Senor Agrizzi


Joan Schweighardt's Guide to Books & Booze / Fall Edition

  Time to grab a book and get tipsy!!! Books & Booze challenges participating authors to make up their own drinks, name and all, or create a drink list for their characters and/or readers using drinks that already exist.  However, I'm breaking my own rules because 2020 has been a literal shitshow and covid threw a nasty wrench in so many small press authors and publisher's plans for their book releases. So we're saying FUCK IT and just throwing all the booze at all of the ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Books, New York, Jaguar, Coca Cola, Jojo, Carlos, Manaus, Dewar, Manaus Brazil, Estela, Joan Schweighardt


Cartoon: Carlos on The Stir’s reporting

Stir well, then let simmer until done. The post Cartoon: Carlos on The Stir’s reporting appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Cartoons, ANC, Carlos, The Star, Ace Magashule, South Africa (country


LAFC faces more challenges with national team call-ups

With the start of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying on the horizon, the Los Angeles Football Club will face another challenge in an already difficult season. Forward Brian Rodriguez made the final 23-man roster for Uruguay and midfielder Jose Cifuentes and defender Diego Palacios were named to the preliminary roster for the Ecuador’s national team. As of Saturday, Ecuador hadn’t released its final roster. LAFC will be without Rodriguez, and possibly Cifuentes and Palacios, following tonight’s ga...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mls, San Jose, Brian, Uruguay, Ecuador, Real Salt Lake, Sounders, Vela, Lafc, Bradley, Diego, Carlos, Diego Rossi


Cartoon: Carlos on South Africa’s hungry birds

A delicate legal game The post Cartoon: Carlos on South Africa’s hungry birds appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Corruption, Opinion, South Africa, Cartoons, Arrests, Openaccess, African National Congress, Carlos, National Prosecuting Authority, The Hawks, South Africa (country