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Madden 22 Cover Athlete Release Date Teaser Features Peyton Hillis and Goats

Madden video game fans are quickly putting together their theories as far as who the next cover star for EA’s football title will be. A Madden 22 cover athlete release date tease arrived online on Monday, June 14, and based on the video clip, many fans are pointing towards a previous rumor for the cover stars. That’s right, it appears that the cover for the game, set to release later in 2021, will feature two of the game’s star players.
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Tackling burnout: How to deal with stress and safety in the workplace

When I began working in disaster and emergency management, there was a funny anecdote suggesting the job was 98 per cent paperwork and two per cent adrenalin. Looking around at my office environment, I failed to see much adrenalin. To make sense of this, I researched some major disasters and discovered that when they strike, emergency managers transition to working in emergency co-ordination centres. These nerve centres often look like something out of the movies, with people staring intently at their computers while large screens everywhere display critical information. During the devastating Fort McMurray wildfires in 2016, which destroyed entire...
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NSA whistleblower Reality Winner released from prison

Reality Winner, a former intelligence contractor convicted of leaking a report about Russian interference in the US election in 2016, has been released from prison. Winner’s attorney, Alison Grinter Allen, made the announcement via Twitter, saying the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor had been released into a residential re-entry programme for good behavior.
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Why is access to medically assisted death a legislated right, but access to palliative care isn’t?

John started his first appointment in the Neuropalliative Care Clinic with, “I want to talk about MAID.” In our clinic, his request for medical assistance in dying is common. As legislated by government, I referred him to the MAID navigator. I had one request: that John wait to make his MAID decision until after seeing a community palliative care physician. At his next appointment, John informed us he had withdrawn his MAID request because his primary symptom —pain — was now well controlled after our suggestions and those of the community palliative care doctor. John lived...
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China's Top Air Force Pilots Are Training AI in Fighter Combat

If you can't beat them, join them. So seems to be the reasoning behind the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force, which has deployed artificial intelligence (AI) in simulated aerial combat training against its flesh-and-blood aces, enabling human pilots to adapt to the rapid-reaction moves of AI fighter jets, while also training the AI on how to win every engagement, according to an initial report from the Global Times.
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What You Never Noticed About The HR Characters In The Office

By the time "The Office" came to a close, everyone seemed to have gained their happy endings. Michael Scott (Steve Carell) moved away from Scranton to be with the love of his life. Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) married and planned on moving away so that Jim could pursue a more fulfilling career. And Dwight (Rainn Wilson) finally attained his dream of becoming the manager of the Scranton branch for Dunder Mifflin. One of the only characters who ends up unfulfilled is Toby Flenderson (Paul Lieberstein), which is par for the course of his character.

Van Morrison questions if Arlene Foster should be arrested over public singing

Sir Van Morrison has questioned whether former First Minister Arlene Foster should be arrested for singing at a public event. At last week’s British Irish Council meeting, Ms Foster’s last public engagement as First Minister, the ex-DUP leader sang a verse of That’s Life by Frank Sinatra, following a request by a journalist.

Hard Rock Cafe marks 50th anniversary by turning back clock to 1971

Diners were served a classic menu of burgers, ribs and cola floats at 1971 prices as London’s Hard Rock Cafe marked its 50th birthday. Some of the original waitresses returned for the special occasion while blue-checked tablecloths and a jukebox restored the restaurant’s original look. The special menu boasted a...

Jailed dissident journalist a hostage at briefing, Belarus opposition says

The dissident Belarusian journalist who was arrested when his plane was diverted to Minsk was brought to a Foreign Ministry news conference on Monday. The opposition said the appearance by Raman Pratasevich showed he is a hostage. Mr Pratasevich founded a messaging app channel that was widely used in last...

Rancid appears to be recording new material

Recently, Rancid drummer Branden Steineckert posted a picture from a recording studio. In the instagram post, it appeared that Rancid is recording new material. He stated: "Singing backup vocals with my @rancid brothers. I’ve been singing along with these guys since I was a teenager listening to all their albums. It’s still surreal to now literally sing with them. I do a lot of backup vocals on our albums ever since I’ve been in the band. You’ve heard me a lot more than you realize. Hahaha! Tons of backups during shows too! I love singing with these guys"
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Chivalry 2 post-launch updates will double the scope of the game for free

The launch of Chivalry 2 has gone rather well for Torn Banner Studios. Chivalry 2 offers a medieval warfare experience full of shenanigans and impressive visuals. We’ve enjoyed it a lot, as outlined in our beta impressions. Things are just getting started in terms of scope, however, as the developer plans to double the size of Chivalry 2 over time with plenty of free content updates.

Poland’s Catholic bishops look ahead to fall meeting with Pope Francis

Poland’s Catholic bishops said Saturday that their fall trip to the Vatican would be a chance to renew their bond with Pope Francis. In a statement at the end of their plenary meeting June 12, the bishops looked ahead to their “ad limina” visit to Rome, scheduled for October. “In...