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Pro golfer Tiger Woods was going almost double the speed limit before his crash. Half of COVID-19 cases are in just five states. And did you get that relief stimmy? A little bird (the IRS) told us that stimulus checks were just sent to a whole slew of people. ????
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World's largest Covid vaccine maker says needs Indian government funds
Restrictions on exporting its Covid vaccines have left India's Serum Institute needing financial help from the government, its CEO said, with the world's largest jab manufacturer under pressure at home from soaring cases. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government last month put the brakes on exports of AstraZeneca jabs made by the Serum Institute of India (SII) as the nation of 1.3 billion people experienced an alarming new wave of infections. The pressure has meant production capacity at SII is "very stressed, to put it quite frankly", the firm's CEO Adar Poonawalla told NDTV late Tuesday.
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Tiger Woods avoids traffic citation
Driving almost double the speed limit, Tiger Woods was accelerating, not hitting the brakes,, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department announced Wednesday. No charges will be filed in the crash, according to officials, who said they don't know whether he was conscious or not when he lost control of his Genesis SUV. Black box data from the vehicle showed Woods was traveling more than 82 mph in a 45-mph zone.
AOC leads left's claim $2 trillion infrastructure bill is NOT enough
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Joe Biden wants $2 trillion to reengineer America´s infrastructure and expects the nation´s corporations to pay for it.The'This is not nearly enough,' Ocasio-Cortez lamented on Twitter.
- Tiger Woods crash: .
Half of new COVID-19 cases are in 5 states
In a situation putting pressure on the federal government to, nearly half of new coronavirus infections nationwide are in just five states. Not to point any fingers, but it's New York, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Together, these states reported 44% of the nation’s new COVID-19 infections, or nearly 197,500 cases, in the latest available seven-day period, according to Johns Hopkins University.
The U.K. variant is thriving (not in a good way): The CDC has warned since January that the highly contagious coronavirus variant first detected in Britain would become the dominant strain in the USA, and that time has arrived. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said the B.1.1.7 variant is “now the most common lineage circulating in the United States.” This variant is at least 50% more transmissible than the original virus strain.
Masters betting roundtable: Favorites, sleepers, and where to bet $100
The Masters is back! Topics today: Jordan Spieth's return, Bryson DeChambeau's wizardry, and what it takes to win at Augusta in April. BUSBEE: Scott, my friend, nature is healing. And by "nature," I mean the azaleas that once again bloom along Augusta's fairways. The autumn Masters was nice, but this tournament belongs in the springtime. Your initial thoughts, my friend, on the first April Masters in two (!) years? PIANOWSKI: Man, I need it. Most of my existence has been Life in a Northern Town, where spring is our hero. Spring is our hope. Spring is our sign that our dreams can be actualized.
- Brazil COVID-19 deaths exceed 4,000 in a day .
What everyone’s talking about
- Six men arrested in sex abuse investigation .
- A former NFL and Florida State receiver .
- "An opportunity for us to rise": .
- Donald Trump tumbled .
- Police who shoot civilians can hide their names .
- "Invisibilized": Asian Americans lead .
- CEO pay doubled, minimum wage stayed the same. .
Expert: 'Deadly' force was used
An expert witness told jurors in Derek Chauvin's murder trial thatand kept his knee on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. In court Wednesday:
- Sgt. Jody Stiger of the Los Angeles Police Department testified that the number of officers on the scene outweighed any threat posed by Floyd, who was not actively resisting while he was in the prone position. "No force should have been used after he was in that position," Stiger said.
- Special Agent James Reyerson of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the agency's lead investigator in the case, took the witness stand Wednesday and recounted his memory of what happened on May 25, 2020.
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Collision report reveals Tiger Woods' confusion, low blood pressure in Southern California crash
Tiger Woods thought he was in Florida when interviewed by a deputy at a Los Angeles County hospital right after his crash in February.Among the revelations in the report:
- Opinion: The blue wall of silence is crumbling. .
- "We have a duty of care": ?
- Will Chauvin take the stand ?
A preemptive pardon?
As an ardent ally of the former president, did Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., try to get blanketduring the final days of Donald Trump's presidency? According to The New York Times and Fox News, Gaetz, who is under investigation by the Justice Department over allegations of sex trafficking of an underage girl, asked aides in January for the president to offer pardons for any crimes the lawmaker might have committed, the Times reported, citing two anonymous Trump associates. It is unclear from the reports who else Gaetz allegedly asked a pardon for or whether he spoke with the president about the matter. Gaetz denied wrongdoing, claiming the allegations against him are politically motivated. He has repeatedly said he won't resign.
- "Irreplaceable" 1,000-year-old Native American rock carvings .
- "My human is my human": .
- From "Redlegs" to "Red Scare" to "Twilight Zone": .
- Unable to sail, Carnival Cruise Line .
- Doormen fired after not intervening .
- She beat COVID-19 twice. And she's 104. She received a .
- "Tantalizing" experiment results .
More stimulus checks just went out
If you've been waiting around for your stimulus to hit, check that bank account. The Internal Revenue Servicemade under President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan, the agency said. That brings the total disbursed payments from the latest stimulus package to more than 156 million payments, worth about $372 billion. The payments, which total up to $1,400 each per individual, were distributed mostly by direct deposits and paper checks.
Algorithms will soon be in charge of hiring and firing. Not everyone thinks this is a good idea
Better rules need to be urgently drafted to keep control of the AI systems that are already making decisions about our jobs, says the TUC.Computer user at night looking at monitor.
- Stimulus troubles: Many people are .
A break from the news
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Steve Nash on Nets signing Blake Griffin, LaMarcus Aldridge: ‘It’s not like we did anything illegal’ .
The Brooklyn Nets have made several high-profile roster moves since Steve Nash was hired before the season started. Most notably, the team traded for former Houston Rockets star James Harden in January. The Nets also landed Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge after the two reached buyouts with their respective teams. Naturally, all of these moves have drawn plenty of attention — and criticism. Nash, though, isn’t bothered by it. “I don’t hear it. I live in my Nets bubble,” Nash said Monday. “I don’t know what anyone says about us, to be honest with you. … It’s not like we did anything illegal.