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Exclusive: Selena Gomez: Big Tech 'cashing in from evil'
1/20/2021 11:47:50 AM

By Amanda Lee Myers   LOS ANGELES (AP)—Hours after an angry mob of Trump supporters took control of the U.S. Capitol in a violent insurrection, Selena Gomez laid much of the blame at the feet of Big Tech. “Today is the result of allowing people with hate in their hearts to use platforms that should be used to bring people together and allow people to build community,” tweeted the singer/actor. “Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google, Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, Jack Dorsey, Sundar Pichai, Susan Wojcicki—you have all failed the American...

Bowl games look to future after weathering challenging year
1/20/2021 11:46:26 AM

By Joe Reedy   LOS ANGELES (AP)—Even after canceling the Tournament of Roses parade during the summer and scaling back the pregame festivities normally associated with the Rose Bowl, David Eads and his staff were still preparing for a College Football Playoff semifinal on New Year's Day to be played at the picturesque stadium in Pasadena, California. That was until the day before the CFP pairings were announced and the game was moved to Dallas due to the coronavirus pandemic. Even though the Rose Bowl was still played at another location for the first time...

Where MLK and Coretta met and studied, a memorial will rise
1/20/2021 11:45:02 AM

By Philip Marcello   BOSTON (AP)—A major memorial honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King is moving forward in Boston, where they met and studied in the 1950s. King Boston, the privately funded organization coordinating the estimated $9.5 million project, said this week that fabrication of a roughly 22-foot-high bronze sculpture depicting four arms embracing is expected to begin in March after years of planning. When unveiled late next year, “The Embrace” will be one of the country's largest new memorials dedicated to racial equity,...

Russia honoring surviving WWII Merchant Marine Veterans
1/20/2021 11:27:11 AM

By Torsten Ove   PITTSBURGH (AP)—Winston Churchill described it as the “worst journey in the world,” and two local Merchant Marine veterans in their 90s are among the last left in the U.S. to have endured it. These were the World War II Arctic convoys to the Russian ports of Murmansk and Archangel to supply the USSR with materials to carry on its fight for survival against Nazi Germany. From 1941 to 1945, Merchant Marine convoys battled submarine and air attacks while braving icy seas and vicious storms. The overloaded Liberty ships hauled...

Biden vows rapid steps to battle virus after inauguration
1/20/2021 11:18:23 AM

MARIETTA, Ga. (AP)—Here's what's happening Sunday with the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.: THREE THINGS TO KNOW TODAY • President-elect Joe Biden plans immediate moves aimed at curbing the coronavirus pandemic within days after he's sworn in Wednesday, his incoming chief of staff Ron Klain wrote in a memo to senior staff. They include extending the pause on student loan payments and actions meant to prevent evictions and foreclosures for those struggling during the pandemic. Biden has set a goal of injecting 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine in his...

Law enforcement finds virus protections not always possible
1/20/2021 11:10:27 AM

By Nick Hytrek   SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP)—Jeffrey Demetri's work shift now begins with a squirt of hand sanitizer and a thermometer. For months now during the novel coronavirus pandemic, Demetri and fellow Sioux City Police officers must take their temperature before they begin their shift. Anything above 100.4 degrees and they're sent home with one of the symptoms of COVID-19. “98.6. Looks like I'm working today,” Demetri said on a recent morning after holding the thermometer to his head. It's one of many changes law enforcement...

Oxnard organizational effectiveness is part of its five-year plan
1/14/2021 11:42:16 AM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard-- The conversation about where the city's five-year plan has been and where it's going in the future continues with the council sorting out its responsibilities over the next five years.   City Manager Alex Nguyen outlined broad categories from the 2016-2020 period that he said makes perfect sense for this or any community.   He made one crucial point to concentrate on the city's organizational effectiveness to deliver on the council's priorities over the next five...

First Ken Jennings-hosted ‘Jeopardy!' episode to air this week
1/13/2021 7:19:11 PM

CULVER CITY—The first episode of "Jeopardy!"' hosted by Ken Jennings will air Monday. Jennings will be the first of what the show described as "a series of interim guest hosts from within the ‘Jeopardy!' family," to fill the role held by Alex Trebek since its syndicated revival began in 1984. "By bringing in familiar guest hosts for the foreseeable future, our goal is to create a sense of community and continuity for our viewers," executive producer Mike Richards said. Trebek died Nov. 8 from pancreatic cancer at the age of 80....

Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey among winners at inaugural Super Awards
1/13/2021 7:15:42 PM

LOS ANGELES—Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx was among the winners at inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards which was broadcast Sunday evening. The ceremony honored superhero, science-fiction/fantasy, horror, action and animation movies and television programming. Foxx won for best voice actor in an animated movie for supplying the voice of Joe Gardner, a passionate jazz pianist and music teacher whose soul gets separated from his body after an open manhole accident in the Pixar computer-animated fantasy comedy-drama "Soul." "Soul" also had the best voice actress...

The ‘Ashley Madison-Who?’ Defense
1/13/2021 7:12:05 PM

Man alleges ‘model' he dated was part of fraudulent matchmaking scheme LOS ANGELES—A businessman is suing three women he alleges were involved in a scheme to dupe him into thinking he was dating a fashion model, who in reality turned out to be a "grifter" with a pornographic presence on social media. Stephen J. Cloobeck's Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit names as defendants matchmaker Katherine Abigail Le; Stefanie Gurzanski, the woman Cloobeck dated; and Gurzanski's friend, Adrianna Suchor. Cloobeck alleges fraud, theft, unjust enrichment...

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