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Michael Strahan shares bittersweet family photo after upsetting week

Good Morning America's Michael Strahan had a reason to smile on Friday, following a difficult week during which he received some very sad news. The TV star took to Instagram to post a rare family picture which had been created of his mother, Louise, and Michael’s late father, Gene, who passed away in September 2020.
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Princess Diana’s Voice Coach Weighs in on ‘The Crown's Portrayal of Her (Exclusive)

Princess Diana's voice coach has weighed in on the ongoing debate surrounding The Crown's interpretation of real-life events. The Netflix original series depicts the British royal family through the decades of Queen Elizabeth's reign, beginning when she first became queen and currently going through to the '80s. With four seasons under its belt, the series has faced criticism and even calls for a "fiction" disclaimer.
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Financials, energy stocks boost FTSE 100 as economy runs hot

June 16 (Reuters) - London's FTSE 100 index edged higher on Wednesday, lifted by gains in heavyweight financials and energy stocks, while data showed inflation jumped past the Bank of England's target as Britain emerges from a third national lockdown. The blue-chip index (.FTSE) rose 0.3% to its highest since...
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‘The Ultimate Fighter 29’ Episode 3 Recap

Episode 3 of the 29th season of “The Ultimate Fighter,” featured a middleweight bout between Team Volkanovski’s Ryder Newman (3-1) and Team Ortega’s Tresean Gore (3-0). Heading into the bout, Team Ortega holds a 2-0 lead over Team Volkanovski. The Fight: Ryan Newman vs. Tresean Gore. In the opening round,...
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Turk Speaks On The Possibility Of A Hot Boys Reunion [Video]

Turk recently sat down with Ugly Money Niche for a one on one interview on the Ugly Money Podcast (watch below). During their conversation, Turk spoke on the possibility of a Hot Boys reunion, his new book, stepping in the Lil Wayne vs. Kodak Black beef, and much more. The...
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SNPW (Sun Pacific Holding Corp) Power Brewing: 50MW solar farm project in Durango Mexico MOU with Atlas Medrecycler 48,000 SF New Partnership Queensland Australia Solar Farm.

SNPW (Sun Pacific Holding Corp) a stock with a long history of explosive moves many of which we hace covered here at Microcap is starting to trend up on a suruge of volume and this one has a real gap to fill. SNPW has been busy updating shareholders; The proposed 50MW solar farm project in Durango Mexico continues its development after a delay due to Covid-19 and is currently undergoing a financial review with a selected EPC and funding group. This partnership is targeting a financial closing and the commencement of construction in 2021. The Company’s recently announced MOU with Atlas Transit Solutions to collaborate on the development of a high efficiency off grid digital plug and play modular unit will develop a new SMART Bus Shelter which integrates a new software as a service that enhances the commuters experience while driving a new unique and proprietary product offering.
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Asia Covid-19 Watch: Vietnam To Get 1 Million Vaccines; China To Give 1 Billion Shots; Philippines To Get AstraZeneca

Japan will send 1 million doses of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines to Vietnam Wednesday, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said. Vietnam is trying to accelerate vaccine acquisitions to combat a stubborn wave of infections. With a population of around 98 million, Vietnam's Covid infections are 10,241 with 58 deaths since the pandemic...
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AMAZON LIKELY TO PASS WALMART IN U.S. SALES NEXT YEAR TO TAKE FIRST PLACE

Amazon is likely to pass Walmart to become the largest retailer in the U.S. next year, according to research by JP Morgan reported by CNBC. The reason is Amazon’s growth rate, with is much faster than Walmart’s; Amazon’s "Gross Merchandise Volume" grew at a 41% rate last year, while Walmart’s grew at a !0% rate according to the report. Amazon’s share of the U.S. e-commerce market was 39% in 2020, the report estimated.
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North American immigration to Israel spikes after ‘year of COVID’

Some 5,000 new immigrants from the United States and Canada are scheduled to immigrate to Israel by the end of 2021, according to new data published by the Nefesh B’Nefesh organization in conjunction with Israel’s Aliyah and Integration Ministry, the Jewish Agency for Israel and Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael–Jewish National Fund USA.
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Alibaba Co-Founder Says Asian Americans Get 'Scapegoated' In Times Of Crises

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) co-founder Joe Tsai believes that Asian Americans get “scapegoated” whenever there is a crisis in the U.S. What Happened: In an interview with CNBC, Tsai noted that when the U.S. economy is doing well, Asian Americans “play by the rules” and prosper together with everybody else.
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Novan, Inc. (NASDAQ:NOVN) Expected to Announce Quarterly Sales of $840,000.00

Wall Street analysts predict that Novan, Inc. (NASDAQ:NOVN) will post $840,000.00 in sales for the current quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Three analysts have issued estimates for Novan’s earnings. The highest sales estimate is $890,000.00 and the lowest is $810,000.00. Novan reported sales of $1.32 million in the same quarter last year, which would indicate a negative year over year growth rate of 36.4%. The company is scheduled to report its next quarterly earnings results on Friday, August 13th.
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TriFan 600 Promises to Be the Fastest and Longest-Range Hybrid-Electric VTOL

The fastest and longest-range hybrid-electric VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) is scheduled for mass production by the end of 2024, and it boasts some impressive figures. Even though there are a lot of hindrances that have stopped us from flying our own VTOL thus far, companies keep developing new urban aircraft meant to decongest the busy traffic in megacities all over the world. Manufacturers are in a never-ending competition when it comes to the speed, range, and capabilities of their VTOL concepts. So given how many designs and prototypes are constantly dangled before our eyes, the sky should be very crowded in a few years.