“The self-quarantine is voluntary, but compliance is expected,” according to the New Jersey public health department website’s travel advisory page. The New York health department meanwhile, “expects all travelers to comply and protect public health by adhering to the quarantine.’ But, significantly, it also stipulates that it reserves “the right to issue a mandatory quarantine order” on any given individual, for which a violation is subject to a penalty of up to $10,000 or imprisonment up to 15 days, according to the state’s website. New York City also made a show of announcing checkpoints to enforce a quarantine on out-of-state travelers this week. … [Read more...] about How Is New York Having Crazy Parties With No COVID Surge?
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Dress up cocktail hour with a beautiful bar Although Anstead tries her best to find good compromises between Jenny and Anthony’s style preferences, it seems that the home’s design favors Jenny’s choices. So, in order to keep Anthony happy, Anstead decides to build him a custom cocktail bar. … [Read more...] about Christina Anstead Is Back—With a New Baby and a Bar You Have To See
And it was at least the third time she had modeled that particular lingerie set on her IG feed, having shown off the translucent undergarments in posts from almost a week ago along with once from the end of May. … [Read more...] about Irina Shayk sizzles in a new selfie as she cheekily shows off her backside in mirror while modeling black lingerie
A: TikTok, owned by ByteDance, is an increasingly popular video app with 100 million U.S. users and hundreds of millions globally. It has a fun, goofy reputation, full of people lip-syncing, dancing and pulling pranks, and is exceptionally easy to use. Like other social-media companies, it has raised concerns about the privacy of its users and how it moderates content. It has spawned an influencer culture of its own and nurtured music hits; Facebook and Snapchat see it as a competitive threat. … [Read more...] about Q&A: What’s up with Trump’s orders on TikTok and WeChat?
By Guy FaulconbridgeNews organisations are being challenged by technology giants and unsettled by a broader lack of trust but they have a much deeper problem: most people don't want to pay for online news, the Reuters Institute found.Swiftly accelerating mobile internet and smartphones have revolutionised the delivery of news and destroyed the business models of many news organisations over the past 20 years, leading to falling revenues, layoffs and takeovers.The mass migration of advertising to U.S. technology giants such as Facebook, Google and Amazon has hammered revenues while more than half the world's population now has access to news via an internet connection.But will people actually pay for news? The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism said in its annual Digital News Report that most people would not pay for online news and that there had been only a small increase in the proportion of people willing to do so in the last six years.Even among those who do pay, there … [Read more...] about The media has a big problem, Reuters Institute says: Who will pay for the news?
This basement bowling alley dates back to President Richard Nixon's administration in the late 1960s. Last year, the first lady took it upon herself to restore it, commissioning crews to update the wiring, redo the interior, and even restore the original wooden bowling lane. … [Read more...] about You Won’t Believe How Melania Trump’s Been Blinging Up the White House—Take a Look
They haven’t spoken since, although Mr. Trump tried to call Mr. Obama to thank him for the traditional letter that one president leaves for his successor in the Oval Office. Mr. Obama was traveling at the time and the two never connected, people familiar with the matter said. It’s like Obama completely lost interest in their relationship once he wasn’t required to be civil to Trump for the good of the nation. … [Read more...] about Felony Accusation Puts New Strain on Obama-Trump Relationship
Several lawmakers are calling for Jeff Sessions to resign as attorney general — or at least recuse himself from investigations involving Russia and the Trump administration — following a Washington Post report that he spoke with Russia’s ambassador to the United States twice during the presidential campaign. Sessions, who campaigned for President Trump, denied under oath that he had any communications with the Russians during his confirmation hearing. … [Read more...] about Sessions Met With Russian Ambassador During Campaign, Told Congress He Had ‘No Contact’ With Russians
Sport England face an uphill struggle to escape from the first Test against Pakistan with anything but a defeat following a stirring new-ball display from the tourists on day two of play at Old Trafford. Tiger Woods started the US PGA Championship with a 68, his lowest first round in a major since 2012, as Jason Day led the field after shooting a five-under 65 at Harding Park. Wolves’ Europa League odyssey will continue into next week’s quarter-finals thanks to a gruelling victory over the champions of Greece, Olympiakos, but Rangers’ campaign came to an end with defeat at Bayer Leverkusen. This year’s London Marathon, which had been pushed back from April to October, will no longer be a mass-participation event. John Higgins made only the 11th maximum break in World Championship history but saw his hopes of a fifth title shattered by a shock 13-11 second round defeat to Kurt Maflin. And BT’s head of sport, Simon Green, believes one impact of the … [Read more...] about Friday briefing: Vulnerable children left in filthy cells, says custody monitor
The letter last year came amid a volley of other scandals such as a platoon of Navy commandos being pulled abruptly from Iraq after an alcohol-fueled Fourth of July party and an allegation of rape upon a female service member. In a separate incident, SEALs in a different unit abused cocaine and skirted drug test screenings with clean samples. … [Read more...] about Navy SEALs cut ties with museum after videos at fundraiser showed laughing Colin Kaepernick ‘stand-in’ being mauled by dogs for ‘not standing during national anthem’