'We're not trying to be heavy handed we're just trying to be present. Each agency designated for a certain type of business will go out and communicate with those businesses but once they start... inspections as per usual... we're going to again have the spirit of we want to make it work, we want them to succeed … [Read more...] about Blame Trump, not me: Lockdown-loving De Blasio passes the buck over NYC’s $9b economic crisis- but STILL refuses to reopen despite just 55 people being hospitalized yesterday and says he’ll ‘aggressively’ shut down any small business that defies him
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The three leaders met in the Soviet embassy in Tehran, Iran, between November 28 and December 1. Stalin, whose armies had been directly fighting the Nazis since 1941, tried to convince the British and Americans of the urgent need for an immediate land invasion in the West. Churchill and Roosevelt wanted to delay so that they had more time to build up overwhelming forces. … [Read more...] about Nazi commandos came ‘appallingly close’ to assassinating Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt as leaders met at secret 1943 summit in Tehran to plan the liberation of occupied Europe, new book reveals
The UFC staged three shows in Jacksonville, Florida, earlier this month while waiting to get approval from the Nevada commission to return to its hometown. The UFC is expected to stage several domestic cards in Las Vegas over the upcoming weeks, and President Dana White still intends to hold other shows on a private island for fighters not based in the US. … [Read more...] about What happens in Vegas… must be in line with the covid rules: World’s most famous gambling and bachelor party mecca reopens NEXT WEEK – but will the new safety guidelines ruin the party?
I squeeze Winston’s fingers, repeat his name once again, and now, at last, his eyelids flicker. Our gazes meet for the first time. “Are you in any pain?” I ask. A barely perceptible shake of his head. But when I ask if his breathing is distressing, he manages to nod. “In just a moment, we’ll help your breathing,” I promise. I go on, a vital question. “Are you afraid?” He nods a second time and in turn I make a second promise. “I’m going to ask the nurses now to bring you an injection which will help you relax and help your breathing.” A final nod and then, just before turning to his sons, I lean closer still: “Winston, Michael and Robert are here. They’re going to sit with you now until the nurse comes.” I straighten up from the bedside. I note the glint of tears beneath the brothers’ visors. “Would you like to pull up these chairs?” I ask them. “You can sit as close as you want, … [Read more...] about ‘This man knows he’s dying as surely as I do’: a doctor’s dispatches from intensive care
Tracing Alexander von Humboldt in Europe Well-preserved: Findings in Berlin's Museum of Natural History In early 1827 Humboldt was 57 years old, world-famous — and broke. He had to return to Berlin. The Prussian king approved just one more expedition: to Russia. Hundreds of rock samples and finds from that expedition are now in Berlin's Museum of Natural History. Humboldt's pet, a vasa parrot, now stuffed, has also found its final resting place there. … [Read more...] about Cross causes controversy atop reconstructed Berlin Palace