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Lilly starts late-stage study of COVID-19 drug in nursing homes

16 hours ago   |   National Post   |   2 articles

U.S. drugmaker Eli Lilly & Co said on Monday it is beginning a late-stage trial to study whether one of its experimental COVID-19 antibody treatments can prevent the virus'...
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“If There Ever Was a Time For a Film about How Everyday Heroes Can Fight Back”: Eli B. Despres and Elyse Steinberg on The Fight

“If There Ever Was a Time For a Film about How Everyday Heroes Can Fight Back”: Eli B. Despres and Elyse Steinberg on The Fight

3 days ago   |   Filmmaker Magazine

If you remain unconvinced American civil liberties are under attack at an unprecedented degree, just wait until you see what the presidential administration cooks up next week...
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Companies are increasingly monitoring remote workers as offices remain closed - here's what they're tracking

Companies are increasingly monitoring remote workers as offices remain closed - here's what they're tracking

4 days ago   |   Business Insider

Companies are increasingly monitoring their remote workers, according to data and experts. New research shows remote employees are starting their work-from-home days later than...
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‘Amazing, Isn't It?' Long Sought Blood Test for Alzheimer's in Reach

6 days ago   |   NY Times

Scientists say such tests could be available in a few years, speeding research for treatments and providing a diagnosis for dementia patients who want to know if they have...
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Former CBS digital chief takes top job at Tinder

6 days ago   |   My Sanantonio

DALLAS - The one-time chief of digital media at CBS is the new CEO of Tinder. Jim Lanzone will take over for current CEO Elie Seidman on Monday, according to Match Group, which...
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Five key Giants to watch this training camp

Five key Giants to watch this training camp

8 days ago   |   New York Post

The five Giants to watch this training camp: Daniel Jones The improvement at quarterback from Year 1 to Year 2 is often stark, and there is every reason to think it will be...
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Nothing is normal as Daniel Jones, Joe Judge take on Giants camp

Nothing is normal as Daniel Jones, Joe Judge take on Giants camp

9 days ago   |   New York Post

The signs that this will be business as unusual will be everywhere around 1925 Giants Drive when a pandemic welcomes the rookie head coach and the second-year successor to Eli...
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Name change for Rupp Arena? UK faculty group asks school president to consider

Name change for Rupp Arena? UK faculty group asks school president to consider

11 days ago   |   WLKY   |   2 articles

African American & Africana Studies faculty sent letter to Dr. Eli Capilouto Thursday
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Over 500 Inmates Test Positive for Coronavirus at Texas Federal Medical Prison

13 days ago   |   Time

More than 500 women at a federal medical prison in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus, in one of the largest confirmed outbreaks at a federal prison, the Bureau of...
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Arch Manning already sounds like uncles Peyton and Eli

Arch Manning already sounds like uncles Peyton and Eli

14 days ago   |   New York Post

He's definitely a Manning. The hype has already been building around Arch Manning, even as the nephew of Eli and Peyton Manning is only a rising high school sophomore, but the...
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President Trump says TikTok sale can go through - but only if the US gets a cut

President Trump says TikTok sale can go through - but only if the US gets a cut

The president on Monday set Sept. 15 as the deadline for TikTok to find a U.S. buyer, failing which he said he will shut down the app in the country. Read more ...

7 Cardinals, 6 staff test positive; series at Detroit off

7 Cardinals, 6 staff test positive; series at Detroit off

Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members have tested positive for COVID-19, causing Major League Baseball to postpone the team's four-game series at Detroit. Read more ...

'My son's death cannot be in vain': Judge whose family was attacked details...

'My son's death cannot be in vain': Judge whose family was attacked details her son's last words

The federal judge whose son was killed and whose husband was shot at their home last month called for greater privacy protections for judges in her first comments since the... Read more ...

Prosecutor says he's justified in seeking President Trump's taxes

Prosecutor says he's justified in seeking President Trump's taxes

A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump's tax returns told a judge that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of “extensive and... Read more ...

Dwayne Johnson buys XFL in $15 million deal

Dwayne Johnson buys XFL in $15 million deal

The XFL began its season earlier this year, before being forced to shutter operations in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more ...

Big 12 says football teams will play 10 games, including one non-conference game

Big 12 says football teams will play 10 games, including one non-conference game

Conference play is expected to in September. Read more ...

Oldest living Marine celebrates 105th birthday

Oldest living Marine celebrates 105th birthday

The oldest living Marine had a special birthday celebration on Friday. Read more ...

An adopted 14-year-old girl is helping senior dogs find a forever home just...

An adopted 14-year-old girl is helping senior dogs find a forever home just like she did

A 14-year-old girl has raised $14,000 for senior dogs who have been left behind with the goal of helping them find a forever home like she did when she was adopted. Read more ...

Men's Wearhouse owner files for bankruptcy as pandemic torpedoes suit sales

Men's Wearhouse owner files for bankruptcy as pandemic torpedoes suit sales

Tailored Brands, which owns Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank, has filed for bankruptcy, becoming the latest U.S. retail casualty of the coronavirus pandemic that wiped out... Read more ...

Progress slow on virus relief bill as negotiations continue

Progress slow on virus relief bill as negotiations continue

WASHINGTON - Negotiators on a huge coronavirus relief bill reported slight progress after talks resumed Monday afternoon in the Capitol, with issues like food for the poor and... Read more ...