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    FedEx is increasing pressure on their business partner, the Washington Redskins, to change their name. Despite having seven years remaining on their contract with the Redskins, the shipping company says they will remove their name from FedEx Field at the end of this season if  the Redskins don’t change their name. According to the Washington Post, FedEx made their position known last week, on the same day they publicly asked for the Redskins to change their name. “The letter noted...
    Blame the coronavirus for a new shortage — not of toilet paper, but of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters that is forcing some businesses to change their policies around how patrons pay for good and services. The Federal Reserve, which manages coin production and distribution, last month said it would temporarily limit the number of coins it gives depository institutions, such as banks, noting a significant disruption to both the coin supply chain and the normal circulation patterns for U.S. coinage...
    The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Friday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. ________________________ RETAIL: — Clothing company Express has reopened about 95% of its stores as of Monday. The chain anticipates the rest of its store reopening in the coming weeks. Express currently has ship from store capabilities at more than 330 locations and buy-online-pick-up-at-a-store service...
    YAHOO continues to be one the worlds most used email providers, along with Outlook and Gmail. The California-based company have a number of services across the web including a search engine and news outlet - and their Yahoo Mail system has over 200 million active users, according to 2019 figures. 2Yahoo Mail is considered among the top five most popular email providersCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk How can I login to my Yahoo Mail account? From the start,...
    There is a growing push to rename the Washington Redskins, the Washington Redwolves. Dean Straka of 247Sports wrote on Friday that the push to become the Redwolves is getting traction with fans, but also with former Redskins players. Sam Fortier of the Washington Post posted on Twitter that defensive lineman Jonathan Allen was very supportive of the potential new name when he appeared on a Twitch stream. Former Redskins linebacker Will Compton sent out his support in a tweet that...
    Students at Winston Churchill High School in Montgomery County, Maryland, launched an online petition calling for a name change. They allege the British prime minister was a racist responsible for a famine that killed millions of people in Bengal, India, during World War II. The move comes as protests about racial injustice have taken place across the country, including efforts such as this one to rewrite or even erase history. The petition reads, in part: As a diverse, accepting student...
    The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Friday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. ________________________ RETAIL: — Clothing company Express has reopened about 95% of its stores as of Monday. The chain anticipates the rest of its store reopening in the coming weeks. Express currently has ship from store capabilities at more than 330 locations and buy-online-pick-up-at-a-store...
    Late last week, FedEx, which owns the sponsorship rights to the stadium in Landover, Maryland, where the Washington Redskins play football, requested the team change its name. The shipping and logistics company, which signed a deal worth $205 million in the late 1990s that runs through the 2025 season, released a diplomatic statement expressing its interest in a name change. “We have communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name,” FedEx said in a...
    There is a substantial possibility that any criminal trials of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in connection with the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day evening will be moved out of Hennepin County. That potential was manifested in remarks by the current presiding judge in Hennepin County, Peter Cahill. At a preliminary hearing a couple of weeks ago, the former prosecutor told the lawyers and their clients that he may change venue because of unfavorable pretrial publicity...
    White House liaison to Hill out amid allegations of contacts with lobbyists Dana White says the narrative changes a lot if Jon Jones reveals how much hes paid Actor-Organizer Kendrick Sampson Is Putting Pressure in the Streets for Change © Eric Kelly People are organizing out of necessity, says a weary Kendrick Sampson of the intense hours he devotes to his nonprofit, BLD PWR, which focuses on facilitating entertainment industry support of grassroots organizations focusing on racial injustice. On...
    IRVING PARK — Artists Nick Cave and Bob Faust are asking neighbors to contribute to Amends, a community-based art project aimed at helping to eradicate systemic racism.  Amends is a collection of artwork where neighbors from the city’s more privileged communities share how they have benefitted from structural racism, Faust said. Cave and Faust are inviting neighbors to visit Carl Schurz Public High School, 3601 N. Milwaukee Ave., so they can add reflections and apologies. The event runs 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday-Sunday....
    Businesses are begging to ask customers to pay with exact change after the coronavirus pandemic led to a nationwide coin shortage.  WaWa, a popular convenience store in New Jersey and the East Coast, has told customers to either pay with credit or debit cards, mobile app or exact change amid the recent currency shortages, 6ABC in Philadelphia reported. The chain is reportedly giving customers the opportunity to round their total to the nearest dollar by donating to their charity foundation. ...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Strong-mayor system a bad idea for San Jose Thank you to Les White and Debra Figone, former city managers of San Jose, for their July 7 oped (“Why San Jose voters should reject strong-mayor system”) regarding why San Jose voters should reject a strong-mayor system. It helps to explain how City Hall works for those who don’t know or who are unaware of how city...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Practical solutions lacking in social justice quest The outcry for social change continues but sadly few practical solutions have been offered. One would be to eliminate public-sector unions, which provide the biggest roadblock to firing the few incompetent police, teachers and civil servants. Second would be the reimagining of public housing to eliminate the segregated ghettos seen in far too many cities. These impediments to...
    Anita White has used the name Lady A for 20 years. @ladyawhite / Twitter In an interview with Vulture, Anita Lady A White said that the lawsuit filed against her by the country band Lady A is another example of a white person trying to take something from a Black person. White told Vulture: If you want to be an advocate or an ally, you help those who youre oppressing. And that might require you to give up...
    The Big Ten’s plan to have a conference-only schedule during the college football season stunned many fans and left at least one U.S. senator upset. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, tweeted his disappointment Thursday after learning one of the top conferences in college football was changing up its schedule as the U.S. continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic with no real end in sight. BIG TEN TO LIMIT FOOTBALL, FALL SPORTS TO CONFERENCE GAMES Grassley was particularly upset that there would...
    THE Premier League will introduce a new, amended handball rule next season - which would have seen some high-profile disallowed goals this term stand. Recent efforts from Harry Kane and Riyad Mahrez are among those to have been chalked off by VAR this season. 3Since the introduction of VAR there have been plenty of controversial decisionsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Both were disallowed because of the ball striking an arm in the build-up - but the International Football Association Board...
    MURFREESBORO, N.C. (AP) — A university in North Carolina has decided to rename its athletic facility because of the previous namesakes opposition to civil rights. The Helms Center at Chowan University in Murfreesboro was named after former North Carolina Sen. Jesse Helms, who fiercely opposed civil rights, news outlets reported. The universitys Board of Trustees announced last week that the facility would be renamed the Hawks Athletic Center, after the schools mascot. The private Baptist university said the change comes...
    AS EUROPE reopens for Brits to head on holidays, Italy has readied itself for a new normal of tourism - complete with face masks in hotels, temperature checks at restaurants and hotels, and hand sanitiser at every step.  Faced with spending a week of holiday in my flat, I decided to take a chance and see if I could wangle myself a deal to spend a week in the sun in Capri, off Italys Amalfi Coast.  6A holiday in Italy...
    ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court is set to rule on Friday on a 1934 presidential decree converting Istanbuls Hagia Sophia into a museum. Two Turkish officials have said they expect the decree to be annulled, paving the way for it to become a mosque again. President Tayyip Erdogan, whose ruling AK Party sprung from political Islam, has said the cavernous domed building should revert to being a place of Muslim worship. Hagia Sophia is nearly 1,500 years old and...
    By JOHN KEKIS, AP Sports Writer Syracuse athletic director John Wildhack has added a position to his department, bucking a trend toward athletic cuts during the coronavirus pandemic. Salatha T. Willis was named associate athletic director for diversity, culture and climate this week. He is charged with developing and implementing new ways to create an equitable culture among the university’s student-athletes, administrators, coaches and staff in the athletic department. “Our society is going through an incredibly challenging time,” Wildhack said....
    Syracuse athletic director John Wildhack has added a position to his department, bucking a trend toward athletic cuts during the coronavirus pandemic. Salatha T. Willis was named associate athletic director for diversity, culture and climate this week. He is charged with developing and implementing new ways to create an equitable culture among the university’s student-athletes, administrators, coaches and staff in the athletic department. “Our society is going through an incredibly challenging time,” Wildhack said. “Whether it’s Ahmaud Arbery,...
    Dwell from New York, it’s the funniest celebs Saturday Night time Dwell can discover! Alec Baldwin, Cameron Diaz and extra stars have had among the most memorable moments on the longtime comedy present — and haven’t been afraid to get just a little bizarre with it. In latest seasons, Baldwin has gained widespread reward for his spot-on impression of President Donald Trump. Whereas the recurring political parody has been a constant hit with followers, the It’s Sophisticated star has...
    Cynthia Lummis, the only female member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, is pursuing a return to Congress as a senator representing Wyoming to secure a future for fossil fuels. A great deal of my interest in returning to Washington is based on the tough climate that our energy sector faces, said Lummis, 65, who left Congress in 2017 after eight years as Wyomings sole representative in the House. Lummis is positioned to take advantage of the states first...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) defended his decision to cancel all large events in the city through the end of September, and stated that the protests are part of a “historic moment of change” and we “have to respect that, but also say to people, the kinds of gatherings we’re used to, the parades, the fairs, we just can’t have that while we’re focusing on health right now.” De Blasio said...