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Local activists demand police reform
Local activists demand police reform
Robinhood said crypto trading was "back up and running" about 30 minutes after reporting difficulties.
The 49-year-old Tesla and SpaceX CEO hosted the May 8 episode of the popular NBC comedy sketch series.
Narendra Modi's carefully crafted image has taken a hit as India reels from a punishing Covid wave.
Bo, the Obama family's 12-year-old Portuguese water dog, died of cancer on Saturday afternoon, the former first couple announced.The big picture: Bo was 6 months old when he arrived at the White House in 2009, having been gifted by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) to then-first daughters, Malia and Sasha Obama.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.He soon became a celebrity and featured in the children’s book "Bo, America's Commander in Leash," written by Naren Aryal and illustrated by Danny Moore.What they're saying: Former President Obama tweeted that "For more than a decade, Bo was a constant, gentle presence in our lives — happy to see us on our good days, our bad days, and everyday in between."Former first lady Michelle Obama said in a statement that Bo "was there when we flew on Air Force One, when tens of thousands flocked to the South Lawn for the Easter Egg Roll, and when the Pope came to visit."No one was "happier than Bo" during the pandemic, when "all his people were under one roof again — just like the day we got him," she added.He was exactly what we needed and more than we ever expected. We will miss him dearly. pic.twitter.com/CHweCxwJ7a— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 8, 2021 Like this article? Get more from Axios and subscribe to Axios Markets for free.
The U.S. Space Command said it could confirm that the rocket reentered over the Arabian Peninsula at about 10:15 p.m. EDT.
Dave Bautista told IGN that James Gunn once suggested a spin-off movie starring Drax the Destroyer and Pom Klementieff's Mantis.
Musk also referenced the popular catchphrase "To the moon," popularized by the Reddit group Wall Street Bets.
Residents have argued Trump violated a 1993 agreement, which says resort guests can't stay for more than "three non-consecutive seven-day periods."
The Obamas announced the death of Bo, their beloved family dog, on May 8. Bo joined the Obamas in April 2009 and quickly adapted to life as First Dog.
Israeli police on Saturday clashed with Palestinian protesters outside Jerusalem's Old City during the holiest night of Ramadan in a show of force that threatened to deepen the holy city's worst religious unrest in several years. Earlier, police blocked busloads of pilgrims headed to Jerusalem for prayer at Islam's third holiest site. Police defended their actions as security moves, but these were seen as provocations by Muslims who accuse Israel of threatening their freedom of worship.
Rogen recalled the interesting encounter with Lucas in 2012 when some thought the world was going to end due to a Mayan prophecy.
Negotiating a monogamy exception agreement into your marriage is perfectly fine, but being on the same page is crucial, therapist Jennifer Mann said.
"Pam & Tommy" is a comedic take on the true story behind the release of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's sex tape.
A string of lights that lobbed across the night sky in parts of the U.S. on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday had some people wondering if a fleet of UFOs was coming, but it had others— mostly amateur stargazers and professional astronomers— lamenting the industrialization of space. The train of lights was actually a series of relatively low-flying satellites launched by Elon Musk's SpaceX as part of its Starlink internet service earlier this week. An email to a spokesman for SpaceX was not returned Saturday, but astronomy experts said the number of lights in quick succession and their distance from Earth made them easily identifiable as Starlink satellites for those who are used to seeing them.
Houston is Russia's newest social media starLocation: KrasnodarHis owner Kirill Gerasimchuk-Karpov was trying to get a guard dogBut Houston clearly had another calling(SOUNDBITE) (Russian) OWNER OF HOUSTON, KIRILL GERASIMCHUK-KARPOV, SAYING:"One evening a friend sent me a video of people sitting and crossing their legs, and at the end, the dog crossed its legs too. And everyone laughed. I made a parody. And I said to a friend, "I'll post it on TikTok, I'll have four views." I posted it on TikTok and the video got 600,000 views. And I thought: "OK, I'll start doing it." And I started to post funny moments from our training, effortlessly."Since then, they have been filming videos with unusual tricksand their TikTok account has garnered over 100,000 followers(SOUNDBITE) (Russian) OWNER OF HOUSTON, KIRILL GERASIMCHUK-KARPOV, SAYING:"People start to recognize us and we can help them, bring to the masses some information about dogs, so that later when people get a dog, they understand what to do with it."
Employees purportedly asked to ‘take ownership’ of educating themselves on structural racism
There was a time, not long ago, when Elise Stefanik would not say Donald Trump's name. The pragmatic New York congresswoman was far more focused on welcoming a new generation of voters to what she hoped would be a more inclusive Republican Party. Today, Stefanik is one of Trump's fiercest defenders in the House of Representatives, where her loyalty to the former president — and the support he returned — has carried the 36-year-old to the brink of becoming one of the most powerful women in Congress.
The U.S. Navy announced Sunday it seized an arms shipment hidden aboard a vessel in the Arabian Sea, the latest such interdiction by sailors amid the long-running war in Yemen. The guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey discovered the weapons aboard what the Navy described as a stateless dhow, a traditional Mideast sailing ship, in an operation that began Thursday in the northern reaches of the Arabian Sea. The weapons seized included Chinese-made, Kalashnikov-style assault rifles, sniper rifles, heavy machine guns and rocket-propelled grenade launchers.
A new Zulu king was named in South Africa amid scenes of chaos after members of the royal family questioned Prince Misuzulu Zulu's claim to the title following his father's death, and bodyguards suddenly whisked him away from the public announcement at a palace. The controversy over the next king, a largely ceremonial role but one with great significance for South Africa and its 12 million Zulu people, has arisen after the death in March of King Goodwill Zwelithini, who had reigned since 1968. Zwelithini apparently named one of his six wives, Queen Mantfombi Shiyiwe Dlamini Zulu, as the “regent of the Zulu kingdom” in his will, but she died after holding the title for only a month, throwing the royal succession into turmoil.
Thomas Humphrey shared a video of himself stealing a COVID-19 jab. He later claimed to have sent the stolen vial to an MD for investigation.