Alfred Dreyfus


Meghan Markle to give first interview since Lilibet's birth

Meghan Markle will give her first interview on Sunday (June 20) since welcoming her second child with Prince Harry, daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. Omid Scbobie, Royal Editor at Harper's Bazaar US, confirmed the interview in a tweet on Friday (June 18). "Fresh off the heels of her first children’s book...
Michigan StatePosted by
NBC News

Trump's influence on Republicans faces key test in Michigan

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s poll numbers aren’t what they used to be, and she’s provided fodder for critics who see her failing to meet her own coronavirus rules. But a year after then-President Donald Trump urged followers to “LIBERATE MICHIGAN” and the FBI scuttled an alleged militia...
Posted by
Becca Ballard

Bill Signed By Gov. Whitmer Allows For Expanded Tasting Rooms

In the last few weeks, Michigan has passed a few laws to help its booze businesses. The measures include expanding tasting rooms, lowering tax rates on “mixed spirit” drinks, adjusting license requirements and more. Distillers, winemakers and microbreweries are now able to make moves and expand their tasting rooms. A bill was recently signed by Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, that allows small distillers, winemakers, and microbreweries to simultaneously have on-premises and off-premise tasting room permits. In lieu of Senate Bill 49 being passed, Michigan Liquor Control Code will be amended to allow a person to hold both an on premises tasting room permit, as well as an off premises tasting room license at the same location. This is one step closer to businesses being 100 percent back to normal with even more options for customers to enjoy.
Presidential ElectionPosted by
NBC News

Biden to revive presidential portrait tradition Trump skipped

WASHINGTON — A modern presidential tradition is poised to return to the White House — at least in part. President Joe Biden plans to host a White House ceremony this year for the unveiling of former President Barack Obama’s official portrait, according to people familiar with the discussions. And former President Donald Trump has already begun participating in the customary process so his official portrait can eventually hang alongside his predecessors, according to an aide and others familiar with the discussions.
Oklahoma StateSouthwest Times Record

Five Arkansans die in Oklahoma car crash

Five people from west Arkansas were killed Friday morning in a two-vehicle car crash near Cameron, Oklahoma. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, all died during the crash around 11:17 a.m. Friday on Highway 112 about 2 miles south of Cameron. Aaron Gamble, 42, and a 15-year-old male, both of...

Why do dogs lick their paws and what does it mean?

Dogs lick their paws as part of self-grooming routines, however excessive licking could be a red flag. While paw licking is a common behaviour, some additional reasons your dog is licking their paw include anxiety, stress, obsessive behaviour, flea allergies or boredom. We speak to the experts to find out...
MarketsPosted by

Will central banks create their own cryptocurrency

Central banks around the globe continue to consider the implications of implementing a digital currency. Among the most well-known is China which has put forth efforts for a homegrown electronic payment system similar to bitcoin. The U.S. has also faced discussion on the concept of a digital dollar. The public can expect to see these digital currencies hit the market soon. If currencies are not released, they may lose the “cryptocurrency race” to bitcoin as more eCommerce platforms adopt the currency.
NBC Bay Area

Delivery Man in Viral San Francisco Video Speaks Out, Considers Lawsuit

What happens when class, culture and race collide?. A delivery man serving the Pacific Heights neighborhood in San Francisco is finding out. He filmed a video of an incident in which he says a white man confronted him and demanded identification. The incident occurred in April when Antonio Chavez says...
Slidell, LAWDSU

Slidell Police urge residents not to travel, report widespread flooding

SLIDELL, La. — The Slidell Police Department is urging residents not to drive as officers respond to widespread flooding across the city. According to Slidell Police, officers are doing everything they can to safely respond to calls. The department has called in additional resources and are deploying high water vehicles.