Monthly Archives: March 2021

18 massage therapists issue statements in support of Deshaun Watson

[FOX NEWS, GETTY IMAGES] HOUSTON – The attorney for Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson released statements from more than a dozen massage therapists who said the accusations against him are inconsistent with their experiences with him. Twenty-one civil lawsuits have been filed against Watson in the last two weeks. In the lawsuits, massage therapists accuse Watson of […]

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Nike sues the maker of Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’ for trademark infringement

New York (CNN Business)Nike is suing the art collective behind the Lil Nas X “Satan Shoes” that have sparked a social media backlash. In a lawsuit filed Monday, Nike accuses MSCHF Product Studio, Inc. of trademark infringement over the designer’s 666 pairs of modified Nike sneakers made in collaboration with the “Old […]

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Here is what we know about the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, that left 10 dead

(CNN) Ten people, including a Boulder police officer, were killed Monday when a gunman attacked a King Soopers grocery store in Colorado. Police are just beginning what they say could be at least five days of investigation, and many questions about the mass shooting and the motivation behind the attack are still unclear. […]

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Wounded by both a pandemic and recession, millennials are reliving the history of 100 years ago

[Business Insider, Getty Images] Millennials are defined by the Great Recession and the coronavirus pandemic, says gen expert Neil Howe. It’s a repeat of the GI Generation, who came of age during the Spanish Flu and Great Depression. The pandemic and economic crash defined older and younger cohorts of both generations, but in reverse. Millennials have lived through […]

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More countries suspend AstraZeneca vaccinations over blood clot fears: What we know so far

[CNBC, Getty Images] Thailand on Friday became the first Asian country to halt the use of the jab over safety concerns, shortly after Denmark announced a two-week pause to its nationwide rollout after reports of blood clots and one death. Europe’s drug regulator, the European Medicines Agency, stressed on Thursday […]

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