Gardiner rules out Labour leadership contest, as Thornberry gives Corbyn ‘nought out of 10’

first_imgGardiner admitted he was toying with running last night, with the deadline for applications closing on Monday. Catherine Neilan Earlier in the day Thornberry gave Jeremy Corbyn “nought out of 10” for his leadership skills on the basis of the election – but insisted he would get full marks for “firing up the party”.  Barry Gardiner, Jeremy Corbyn and Emily Thornberry (Getty Images) “But when it comes to principle, bringing people into the party, firing up the party, bringing us back to speaking from our hearts, I would give him 10 out of 10,” Thornberry added.  Starmer is also the only candidate to have been endorsed by a union – Unison – with Unite failing to get behind anyone as yet.  Long Bailey had been widely viewed as the frontrunner to replace Corbyn, however the woman critics have dubbed the “continuity candidate” has struggled to gain traction among MPs.  “I am now clear that at this late stage I cannot secure sufficient nominations to proceed to the next round. I have therefore decided not to stand for the leadership at this time,” Gardiner said. “I will continue to serve the party loyally under whichever of my colleagues.” Share Thornberry, whose constituency neighbours Corbyn, said losing December’s election was “probably” the most important measure to judge the Labour leader by, “and obviously we lost very, very badly”.  The Islington South and Finsbury MP, who is an ardent Remainer, did not comment on Corbyn’s Brexit policy, but gave him “not more than two out of 10” for failing to grapple with antisemitism, saying that was “a failure of leadership”.  “On that basis I would give him nought out of 10,” she told Sky News. “What else could I do.” whatsappcenter_img whatsapp Shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner has ruled himself out of the Labour leadership contest, saying he does not believe he can command enough support “at this late stage”. His decision came shortly after Labour confirmed that four candidates, including Long Bailey, had secured enough MP nominations to get through to the second round. But this evening the frontbencher, who is thought to have been prompted to consider the move by Rebecca Long Bailey’s faltering campaign, confirmed he would not stand. by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeDaily FunnyFemale Athlete Fails You Can’t Look Away FromDaily FunnyNoteableyJulia Robert’s Daughter Turns 16 And Looks Just Like Her MomNoteableyBetterBe20 Stunning Female AthletesBetterBeMisterStoryWoman files for divorce after seeing this photoMisterStoryzenherald.comDolly Finally Took Off Her Wig, Fans Gaspedzenherald.comFinanceChatterViewers Had To Look Away When This Happened On Live TVFinanceChatterNinjaJournalistMichael Jordan’s Divorce Settlement Has Finally Been Revealed.NinjaJournalistJournalistateTeacher Wears Dress Everyday, Mom Sets Up CamJournalistatePast Factory4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. Don’t Cry When You See The Last One!Past Factory Remaining candidates Jess Phillips and Lisa Nandy have 22 nominations each, the minimum amount required, while Thornberry has notched up just nine. Rank outsider Clive Lewis has the backing of four. Main image: Getty Gardiner rules out Labour leadership contest, as Thornberry gives Corbyn ‘nought out of 10’ Long Bailey has 29 nominations, significantly behind rival Keir Starmer, who already has the backing of 59 colleagues.  Thursday 9 January 2020 7:53 pm Earlier this week, shadow business secretary Rebecca Long Bailey also gave Corbyn full marks, telling ITV News: “I’d give him 10 out of 10 because I respect him and I supported him all the way through.” Show Comments ▼last_img read more

The Danes are coming!! Retail giants JYSK set for opening day in Portlaoise this Friday the 30th of August

first_imgThe Danes are coming!! Retail giants JYSK set for opening day in Portlaoise this Friday the 30th of August By LaoisToday Reporter – 27th August 2019 Facebook Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin GAA Previous articleBREAKING: Next set of stage times announced for Electric PicnicNext articleMoment In Time: First ever Electric Picnic festival in 2004 LaoisToday Reporter Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Facebook GAA Twitter Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory GAA Theres great excitement this week Retail giant JYSK (pronounced “yoosk”) is set to open at Laois Shopping Centre at 9am on Friday August 30thThe store fit-out is almost complete with local staff now working on filling the shelves with stock and getting ready for the big opening day.The company, which is known for its Scandinavian style products, is seen as a competitor to IKEA and earlier this year they announced plans to open at least 15 stores in Ireland over the next two years, this store at Laois Shopping Centre will be their 4th store in Ireland.The brand is well known for high quality, on trend products for the home, from the bedroom to the garden.The brand has also enjoyed a worldwide reputation for expertise and knowledge in sleeping culture, which continues to this day, meaning they specialise in sleeping products – from mattresses, duvets & pillows to bed-frames and bases.The good news for consumers with the arrival of JYSK to Portlaoise is the prices are always fantastic and even better again for their store-opening day/week.Join JYSK for their opening day at Laois Shopping Centre, Portlaoise on Friday August 30th, for a free Danish breakfast from 8am, a free towel for the first 500 customers and lots of great offers for your home.SEE ALSO – Check out these stunning new homes in De Vesci Hill in Abbeyleixlast_img read more

NSWMA Cleaning Main Towns and Thoroughfares

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedNSWMA Cleaning Main Towns and Thoroughfares RelatedNSWMA Cleaning Main Towns and Thoroughfares RelatedNSWMA Cleaning Main Towns and Thoroughfarescenter_img NSWMA Cleaning Main Towns and Thoroughfares UncategorizedAugust 22, 2007 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail As the clean-up work gets underway in the aftermath of Hurricane Dean, the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) said that efforts will be concentrated on towns and main thoroughfares before moving on to the residential areas.Acting Chief Executive Officer, Christopher Powell, speaking at a press conference held at NSWMA’s headquarters on Half-Way-Tree Road yesterday (Aug. 22), said that already, work has started in the corporate area, with the removal of debris from Waltham Park Road, and the agency will be focused on cleaning one road at a time.He informed that following the clean-up on Waltham Park Road, trucks and cleaning crews will head to Rosseau Road, then on to Maxfield Avenue, Molynes and Lyndhurst Roads. “We’re hoping that we can pull this all off today,” he said.“The process involves a day to day assessment and we will deploy the resources to other areas, but this will be done on a daily basis, road by road,” he stressed.The Caribbean Terrace community, which was extensively damaged during the hurricane, is also high on the agency’s agenda and crew was dispatched to the area today. “We will expect that by the end of today, there will be significant movement in respect to the situation that exists there. We had gone a day ago, but there was other heavy work going on, so we stood back a bit,” said the Chairman of the NSWMA, Robert Bryan, who was also on hand.Other areas where work has commenced include Portmore, Cumberland main road and Braeton Phases one and two in St. Catherine.In terms of other parishes, clean-up work was completed in Ocho Rios late yesterday in time for the arrival of Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas, which docked at the pier today with some 4,500 passengers and crew. “We have cleaned and finished the roads in St. Ann’s Bay, and we are presently engaged in Runaway Bay,” the Acting CEO informed.On the South Coast, work has begun in the severely hit areas of Alligator Pond, Treasure Beach and Bamboo Avenue in St. Elizabeth, while in the tourist centres of Montego Bay and Negril, clean up work has started. “The NSWMA is working with the Ministry of Tourism, Entertainment and Culture and have spent a lot of time [discussing] the requirements of the tourist areas.We came out with the proper understanding and agreement in respect to that and the support of the Tourism Ministry in getting that done. We have agreed on a schedule,” Mr. Bryan informed.Clean up plans for Port Antonio are also on the agenda. As for Spanish Town, Mr. Powell said “hopefully, we can begin in this area and along the corridors to Bog Walk tomorrow.”In the meantime, Mr. Bryan indicated that the clean-up strategy outlined for Downtown Kingston will involve the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC). “We have been engaged in discussion with Mayor of Kingston, Desmond McKenzie and the plan is to have the KSAC manage the clean up operation in the downtown zone,” he informed.“He [Mayor McKenzie] is presently putting the final touches to that plan and we will sign off on that during the course of today and get that moving,” he added.The NSWMA also intends to take a similar approach with some of the other parishes by working closely with the mayors and local authorities.While not giving a deadline for the competition of the clean-up process, Mr. Bryan said “the strategy we are following is to tackle those areas, which we have accessed to be worst first, and those that will impact on a greater number of people utilizing those particular areas.”last_img read more

Jamaica Observes Restorative Justice Week from February 2 to 8

first_imgRelatedJamaica Observes Restorative Justice Week from February 2 to 8 RelatedJamaica Observes Restorative Justice Week from February 2 to 8 Jamaica Observes Restorative Justice Week from February 2 to 8 UncategorizedFebruary 2, 2008 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaica will mark the second annual Restorative Justice Week from February 2 to 8 under the theme: ‘Restorative Justice Towards Forgiveness, Healing and Reconciliation’.Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Senator Dorothy Lightbourne, speaking at the press launch on (Feb. 1) at the Ministry’s Oxford Road office in Kingston, said that the observance is to promote the philosophy of restorative justice, as “a humane and holistic approach to conflict resolution.” “The government of Jamaica is committed to incorporating the restorative justice principles and practices within the (Jamaican) Justice Reform Programme,” Senator Lightbourne pointed out, noting that the initiative promotes accountability, personal transformation, integration, restraint, attention to needs and that the central obligation is “to put right the wrong.” In giving an example of the benefits of restorative justice, Senator Lightbourne said: “If a neighbourhood embraces restorative justice practices, it is likely that over time, there will be a significant reduction in the number of incidences of violence and physical harm. This would bring about reduced cost to the health sector and the demand on our security forces and court services.” She also pointed out that elements of restorative justice in the criminal justice system can ease overcrowding, and lessen the cost of maintaining inmates in penal institutions. Jamaica joins a growing number of countries in Europe and Africa that have set aside one week to mark restorative justice.Activities get underway tomorrow (Feb. 2) with a service at the North Street Seventh Day Adventist Church and another on Sunday (Feb. 3) at St. Margaret’s Church on Old Hope Road.The week of observance, which coincides with Peace Month, will culminate with a two-day international conference from Thursday (Feb. 7) to Friday (Feb. 8) at the Hilton Kingston hotel.center_img RelatedJamaica Observes Restorative Justice Week from February 2 to 8 Advertisementslast_img read more

Action-packed NAFA program now live

first_imgAction-packed NAFA program now live The full program for the month-long North Australian Festival of Arts 2021 is now live, with anyone wanting to get in on the action being urged to book tickets now to avoid disappointment.The program gives revellers a comprehensive look at exactly which performances, exhibitions and experiences will converge on Townsville during the festival. A teaser program highlighting some of NAFA’s best performances was released earlier this month.Mayor Jenny Hill said the program was a testament to NAFA’s status as a leading cultural event in Australia.“There is something for everyone in this program, whether you’re young or just young at heart. Children can experience the best in circus and comedy or try their hands at our writing workshops; adults can make the most of theatre and visual arts, and young people will get a real kick out of the new Tropic Sounds concert being headlined by Tones and I,” Cr Hill said.“Council is extremely proud of NAFA and the Northern Fringe Festival, which are bringing some of the best productions in the country to Townsville for four weeks of outrageous fun.“I would strongly recommend getting in early to secure tickets for NAFA performances and workshops, as they’re sure to sell out fast.”Community and Cultural Development Committee chairperson Ann-Maree Greaney said the program showed why NAFA was an award-winning event.“Last year, NAFA was named an Australian Event Award-winner, and it’s not hard to see why with some of Australia’s leading cabaret, comedy, theatre and circus performers all heading to Townsville to celebrate a month of art and culture with us,” Cr Greaney said.“This year’s event is bigger and better than ever before, with more than 400 performances across Townsville.“Not only is this a coup for the arts community, but it will also be a boon to the tourism and hospitality sectors, which need a cash injection following the height of the pandemic last year.”NAFA is supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and features on the It’s Live! In Queensland events calendar.To get your copy of the NAFA 2021 program, head to the NAFA website. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, Australian, children, comedy, community, council, culture, festival, Government, heart, pandemic, QLD, Queensland, teaser, tourism, Townsville, Townsville City Council, websitelast_img read more

Smart loses its lid for its 20th anniversary

first_img We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. Smart has built itself a little speedster for its 20th birthday, and, dare we say, it’s kind of handsome.The tiny-car division of Daimler calls it the Forease, and it’s a fully-electric two-door rear-engined rear-wheel-drive speedster—it’s basically a tiny EV Porsche!Okay, so maybe it isn’t a Porsche, but we can imagine the little smart will be a great summer city car, which is exactly what the company developed it to be. Created with Raphaël 2.1.2Created with Raphaël 2.1.2 smart feiert seinen 20. Geburtstag auf dem Pariser Autosalon (4. bis 14. Oktober) mit einem Showcar, das Fahrspaß in der Stadt auf erfrischende Weise interpretiert und verkörpert. smart celebrates its 20 anniversary at the Paris Motor Show (4 to 14 October) with a show car that interprets and embodies urban driving fun in a refreshing way.  Handout / Smart The Forease references the openness and minimalism found on previous concepts by Smart, such as the 2001 Crossblade, and the 2011 Forspeed. Forease will be on display at the Paris Motor Show on October 2nd. Trending Videos RELATED TAGSSmartLuxury CarsLuxury CarsNews Trending in Canada The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | The windshield is a lot shorter than the ForTwo, and because it’s a true speedster, there is no roof. The door handles have been recessed into the door, and the interior central air vents have been taken out, with two screens taking their place.Two fairings behind the rear seat, shaped like traditional speedster roll bars, increase safety for driver and passenger, and the speakers are built into the rear panel. The whole thing is finished in metallic white with contrasting “stream green” accents.Smart has built the concept on a standard production EQ ForTwo Cabrio, which means it can be driven. advertisement See More Videos Buy It! Princess Diana’s humble little 1981 Ford Escort is up for auction An engagement gift from Prince Charles, the car is being sold by a Princess Di “superfan” COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ‹ Previous Next ›last_img read more

$70 Million CU-Boulder Instrument Set for Insertion on NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope

first_img Published: Sept. 17, 2008 Astronomers will use a $70 million instrument designed by the University of Colorado at Boulder now set for installation on the Hubble Space Telescope in mid-October to probe the “fossil record” of gases in the early universe for clues to the formation and evolution of galaxies, stars and planets.The telephone-booth-sized instrument known as the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, or COS, should help scientists better understand the “cosmic web” of material believed to permeate the universe, said CU-Boulder Professor James Green, COS science team leader. COS will gather information from ultraviolet light emanating from distant objects, allowing scientists to look back in time and space and reconstruct the physical condition and evolution of the early universe, said Green.”Light traveling from quasars billions of light-years away is altered as it passes through the material between galaxies, allowing us to see fingerprints of different gases,” said Green of CU-Boulder’s Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy. “By choosing hundreds of targets in many directions, we can build up a picture of the way matter is organized in the universe on the grandest of scales.”While matter is thought to have been distributed uniformly throughout space just after the Big Bang, gravity has collapsed the universe into its present structures, said Green. “The Cosmic Origins Spectrograph is 10 times more sensitive than any instrument of its kind, which opens up a whole new vista of scientific opportunities for Hubble,” he said. “That’s why we are so excited to get it into orbit.”The spectrograph will break light into its individual components — similar to the way raindrops break sunlight into the colors of the rainbow — revealing information about the temperature, density, velocity, distance and chemical composition of galaxies, stars and gas clouds. COS will be able to peer back in time to 10 billion years ago when the first galaxies and chemical elements were forming, Green said.The COS team will use distant quasars as “lighthouses” to track light as it passes through the cosmic web, believed to be made up of long, narrow filaments of galaxies and intergalactic gas separated by enormous voids. Astrophysicists have theorized that a single cosmic web filament may stretch for hundreds of millions of light-years, an eye-popping length considering a single light-year is about 5.9 trillion miles.”The gases in between the galaxies contain the fossil record of the first stars and galaxies,” said CU-Boulder Professor Michael Shull, a co-investigator for COS and a professor in CU-Boulder’s astrophysical and planetary sciences department along with Green. “Light passing through this material in the cosmic web illuminates fingerprints of elements like carbon, oxygen, silicon and iron, the building blocks of life that were made billions of years ago inside young, hot stars.”COS was built primarily by CU-Boulder’s industrial partner, Ball Aerospace & Technology Corp. of Boulder. Other participating co-investigators on COS are from Ball Aerospace, the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of California, Berkeley, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Green said.”I think of the cosmic web as the backbone of the universe,” said Shull. “To really understand it, we need to look at hundreds of different targets, which will allow us to take a CAT scan of the universe. And with the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, we can make observations 10 times faster than before.”COS also will be used to detect young hot stars shrouded in the thick dust clouds they formed in, providing new information on star birth, said CASA Senior Research Associate Cynthia Froning, deputy principal investigator for COS. Scientists also will point COS at gas surrounding the outer planets of the solar system to glean new clues about planetary evolution, Froning said.Green and his COS science team, which is made up of 14 CU-Boulder scientists and engineers and 10 scientists from other institutions, have been allotted 552 orbits of observing time on Hubble. CU-Boulder’s CASA is in the process of hiring several dozen postdoctoral researchers, graduate students and undergraduates to work on the project in the coming years, Green said.For videos, images, and more information read the CU-Boulder News Special Report. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-maillast_img read more

Davis talks Measure LV

first_imgHomeNewsCity CouncilDavis talks Measure LV Oct. 25, 2016 at 3:30 amCity CouncilDavis talks Measure LVGuest Author5 years agocity councilcouncilelectiongleam davisMeasure LVNov. 8Santa Monica City Councilsanta monica daily presssanta monica election Meet the Candidates of this years Election“I think that the people who are supporting LV will hopefully look at my record and see that I have supported some of the strictest traffic demand management provisions within the state if not the entire United States.”- Gleam DavisEveryday this week from Oct. 24 –Oct. 28 the Santa Monica Daily Press will post a video of candidates that came forward to express their ideas regarding Santa Monica. Every candidate has a different question. The video will range from 2-4 minutes. Meet the candidates of this year’s election. Don’t forget voting is Nov.8.Tags :city councilcouncilelectiongleam davisMeasure LVNov. 8Santa Monica City Councilsanta monica daily presssanta monica electionshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentMayor Tony Vazquez talks race in SMMeet Terence LaterYou Might Also LikeNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson23 hours agoFeaturedNewsCity opens application process to fill McKeown’s vacant council seatClara Harter6 days agoFeaturedNewsCity and Coalition settle legal battleBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsCity leaders talk riots, report and moreBrennon Dixson4 weeks agoFeaturedNewsCouncil readies for Tuesday meetingBrennon Dixson1 month agoCity CouncilFeaturedNewsSanta Monica releases riot reportBrennon Dixson1 month agolast_img read more

Commissioner: condo project “canary in the coal mine” for rent control

first_imgHomeNewsCommissioner: condo project “canary in the coal mine” for rent control Feb. 20, 2017 at 8:00 amNewsCommissioner: condo project “canary in the coal mine” for rent controleditor4 years agodevelopmentplanning commissionrent controlrichard mckinnon It’s hard to think of a better place to live in Santa Monica.In a shaded neighborhood just one block between the beach to the west and Santa Monica’s Community Garden to the east, the rent controlled tenants at 122 Strand Street quietly took buy-outs and moved out over the last few years.The new owners of the parcel are now moving forward with plans to demolish the four apartments and replace them with three condominiums that will likely sell for millions of dollars.“It is something that should be a red flag across the city,” Commissioner Richard McKinnon said before the Planning Commission approved plans for the project Wednesday night.McKinnon is concerned that the escalating cost of land in Santa Monica is putting pressure on rent-controlled buildings that have endured for decades. In the example on Strand, the new owners, Texas-based MAV Partners, LLC, purchased the 1950’s building for $2.3 million. Even after construction costs, when they are finished the high-priced beach condominiums will likely produce a tidy profit for MAV in McKinnon’s view.“This is not a cyclical thing,” McKinnon said. “This is something here to stay. Santa Monica only has a certain amount of land going forward and this may be the canary in the coal mine.”Along with McKinnon, Commissioners Jennifer Kennedy and Amy Anderson urged City staff to look into potential policy decisions that could curb the conversion of rent controlled buildings to condominiums. Over the years, the Ellis Act has effectively tied the hands of City leaders.To the three commissioners, losing those four apartments will mean lasting demographic change in the neighborhood as renters lose another foothold in Santa Monica. City staff conceded it is a phenomenon they have noticed and attributed the market pressures to the strong economy.A spokesman for MAV assured the commissioners the tenants in this case had not been living there for a long time, and were paying market rate to rent the space.Still, McKinnon remained frustrated.“This concerns me enormously and we don’t seem to have any tools here,” McKinnon said. “There’s nothing we can do here.”“There’s obviously a lot of money to be made,” Commissioner Leslie Lambert said of the ongoing trend to demolish rent-controlled housing to build condominiums.  She added the only way to “take the pressure off the neighborhoods” is to build high density housing elsewhere in Santa Monica.“We’ve argued that until we’re blue in the face but I think that is the most affirmative step we could take,” Lambert said.Lambert then made a motion to approve the application for the condominium construction. All seven commissioners proceeded to vote “yes” and approve the new [email protected] :developmentplanning commissionrent controlrichard mckinnonshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentSMC Emeritus Concert Band and Spring Literary SeriesSanta Monica backs court decision to suspend Trump travel banYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall11 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson22 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter22 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor22 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press22 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press22 hours agolast_img read more

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