Monday, June 1, 2020

Gretchen Whitmer extends Michigan’s stay-at-home order until May 15

Gretchen Whitmer extends Michigan's stay-at-home order until May 15. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has extended Michigan’s stay-at-home order while loosening some restrictions on the state’s businesses. The stay-at-home order, issued to stop the spread of the...

Brett Crozier reinstatement: Navy recommends fired carrier captain be reinstated

Brett Crozier reinstatement: Navy recommends fired carrier captain be reinstated. The U.S. Navy’s top officials recommended Friday that the captain relieved of duty after sounding the alarms of a growing coronavirus outbreak aboard an aircraft...

Facebook’s new ‘Messenger Rooms’ group video chats, Report

Facebook's new 'Messenger Rooms' group video chats, Report. From virtual cocktail hours to online classrooms, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned Zoom into everyone’s go-to social network. Now Facebook wants to kick the video-conferencing interloper off...

New Sexual abuse lawsuit: Michigan player says team doctor’s abuse had lasting impact

New Sexual abuse lawsuit: Michigan player says team doctor's abuse had lasting impact. The University of Michigan's current head athletic trainer knew about the sexual misconduct of former team doctor Robert Anderson and joked about...

Fred the Godson: Rapper Dies at 35 After Contracting COVID-19

Fred the Godson: Rapper Dies at 35 After Contracting COVID-19. Bronx rapper Fred the Godson died Thursday after contracting COVID-19, according to multiple reports. Fred, born Frederick Thomas, was just 35 years old. WPIX profiled Fred as...

Smithfield Foods workers lawsuit: Allege Conditions Put Them At Risk For COVID-19

Smithfield Foods workers lawsuit: Allege Conditions Put Them At Risk For COVID-19. The lawsuit accuses Smithfield of refusing to change its practices at its plant in Milan, Missouri, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Smithfield...

US factory orders plunge 14.4 percent as economy grinds to halt

US factory orders plunge 14.4 percent as economy grinds to halt. New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods unexpectedly rose in March, but the gains are not likely to be sustainable amid the novel coronavirus...

Jace Prescott death: Dak Prescott’s brother dies at 31

Jace Prescott death: Dak Prescott's brother dies at 31. Jace Prescott, brother of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, passed away this morning. The death was confirmed by Jason Pugh, Northwestern State University's assistant athletic director...

Nintendo hack: Company confirms attack on network, Report

Nintendo hack: Company confirms attack on network, Report. Nintendo has confirmed a hacking attack on its network giving access to 160,000 accounts on its online service. Rumours of the hack have been floating around on social...

Andy Cohen ineligible to donate blood due to ‘antiquated, Report

Up until April 2, gay and bisexual men in the United States had to abstain from sex for a 12-month period in order to be eligible to donate blood. Earlier this month, the food and...

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‘Fake News’ Increases Consumer Demands for Corporate Action (Study)

New study finds that “fake news” inspires consumers to demand corrective action from companies – even if the company is a victim of the...