Month: August 2021

Police captain who refused vaccine and took pest control ivermectin to fight COVID-19 dies from virus

Reuters An anti-vaxx policeman has died in Georgia after a short battle with COVID-19. Captain Joe Manning posted anti-vaxx messages on Facebook and took the drug ivermectin. The CDC has said that ivermectin does not help prevent or treat the coronavirus and can cause serious illness. See more stories on the Insider business page. A […]

Conservative candidate bans campaign volunteers who attended Trudeau rally

Conservative candidate Kyle Seeback said on Saturday some of his campaign volunteers attended the Liberal event closed by police last night amid precarious security. In a media statement, Seeback, the party’s candidate in Dufferin-Caledon, said that “a few of my supporters attended the protest in front of the Justin Trudeau event,” and therefore, they are […]

LA cut police budget, then put $ 47 million in overtime on the city’s “credit card”

LAPD agents at the headquarters of the city center department. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) Faced with massive protests against the murder of George Floyd, Los Angeles City Council took dramatic and symbolic action last year, cutting $ 150 million from the Police Department’s budget and promising to put that money into […]

BMA launches a public campaign to support the practices of general practitioners – Management In Practice

The BMA has launched a public campaign to rally support for GP practices, including increased government investment, she said. The ‘Support Your Surgery’ campaign comes as nearly half of the public in England said more doctors were needed in GP practices, according to a major BMA survey. It comes amid the rise in abuses against […]

Duterte confirms he will run for vice president of the Philippines next year

MANILA, Philippines (AP) – Harsh-speaking Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has confirmed rumors he will run for vice president next year, in what critics say is an attempt to sidestep constitutional boundaries mandates. Duterte, who is known for his vulgar rhetoric and crackdown on illegal drugs, which have killed thousands of mostly juvenile suspects, said in […]

Smoke from Northern California wildfires moves to LA

Smoke from several wildfires in northern California is moving south, creating potentially hazardous air quality for the Los Angeles area. The South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued an advisory until Thursday morning for much of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. “The wildfires in northern and central California produce thick smoke that […]

This start-up wants to give meaning to employee opinions on diversity

Klaus Vedfelt | Getty Images Increasingly, companies are under pressure to disclose the diversity of their teams, but collecting and making sense of this data is easier said than done. Large companies like Google, Apple and LinkedIn publish reports showcasing the diversity of their employee base. This practice is increasingly becoming the norm, but it […]

FDA Fully Approves Pfizer’s COVID Vaccine / Can Employers Mandate Vaccinations? / CDC urges COVID vaccines during pregnancy / B Street Theater full season

Update requiredTo play audio, update the browser or Flash plugin. Nurse Nicole Chang celebrates after receiving one of the first injections of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 in Westwood, California. Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times via AP, Pool We learn how the […]

Howard Handler Joins Detroit Homecoming Session of Arts and Entertainment Leaders

Howard Handler grew up in suburban Detroit, earning a BA and MBA from the University of Michigan after graduating from Southfield-Lathrup High School. After working as a senior marketing executive for sports and entertainment brands ranging from MTV to The Madison Square Garden Co. and “Saturday Night Live”, he became Marketing Director for Major League […]

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