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    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Vikings announced Thursday they will welcome fans back to training camp this summer. The team’s 2020 camp was closed to the public due to COVID-19. READ MORE: Danielle Hunter Says Hes 100% Recovered From Neck Injury Starting July 28, the Vikings will hold 14 practices that fans can attend. Ten of those practices will be...
    Getty Josh Uche The New England Patriots might have the best linebacker group in the NFL by the time the midpoint of the 2021 season rolls around. Some might consider that a bold prediction, but there are several reasons to feel confident about the second line of the Patriots’ defense, not least of which is the potential of...
    Watch the latest video at foxnews.com The Fox News opinion host whose legal defense has been that viewers shouldn’t believe what he says is literally true has now tried to suggest that “unindicted co-conspirators” cited in connection with the Jan. 6th siege on the U.S. Capitol Complex may have been undercover government actors. Tucker Carlson insinuated that the government was to...
    China has spent decades overfishing its waters and decimating its sea life. Now, with nowhere left to go, the country's massive fishing fleet has pushed itself into international waters and at times resorted to predatory (and illegal) fishing practices in other countries' coastal domains. China typically targets small nations that can't defend themselves or lack the resources to put up...
    BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4) – As a heat wave bears down on Colorado, park rangers are urging people to be safe and prepared if they choose to recreate this week. At Barr Lake State Park, triple digit temperatures weren’t enough to scare the visitors away, but by no means was it a pleasant experience Monday. “(It’s) hot. Like, a stagnant hot,”...
    More On: new york jets Jets settle contract issue with crucial weapon on eve of camp Le’Veon Bell is making enemies with stunning takedown of Chiefs coach Nothing is holding new Jets defensive end back Veteran running back is everything Jets ‘covet’ The next and final step of the Jets’ offseason begins Tuesday with their two-day mandatory minicamp. It...
    U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS), ranking member of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, introduced a bill aimed at curbing tech censorship called the PRO-SPEECH Act last week. The bill would establish baseline protections to prohibit Big Tech from engaging in unfair, deceptive, or anti-competitive practices that limit or control consumers’ speech. The bill draws a strict distinction...
    Getty Jamal Adams did not attend Seahawks OTAs. Jamal Adams was one of the main stars absent as the Seattle Seahawks OTA practices took place from June 7-10. It is important to remember that OTA practices are voluntary, but a number of key Seahawks players were in attendance including Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. “The Seahawks’ 10th...
    President Joe Biden said Sunday he did not want to hold a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin because he wasn't interested in a 'contest' after he raises serious issues with his counterpart. 'This is not a contest about who can do better in front of a press conference or try to embarrass each other,' Biden said at...
    Leaders who met for their final day at the G7 in Cornwall issued a final communique where they called on China to respect 'fundamental freedoms' and called for a 'science-based' probe of the origins of the coronavirus. The text of the communique included a detailed passage on China, after haggling between member nations over how far to push Beijing.  'We...
    President BidenJoe BidenPutin says he's optimistic about working with Biden ahead of planned meeting How the infrastructure bill can help close the digital divide Biden meets Queen Elizabeth for first time as president MORE plans to press Group of Seven (G7) leaders to take “concrete action” to call out China’s forced labor practices during meetings Saturday at a summit in...
    The U.S. will reportedly push its allies to publicly denounce China’s forced labor practices Saturday as the Group of Seven, or G-7, summit continues in England.  Two senior administration officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press say President Biden wants a unified voice against the labor practices targeting Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minorities – and...
    President Joe Biden will target China at Saturday's G7 session and push European allies to criticize Beijing's labor practices while unveiling his own global infrastructure plan to compete with Chinese might.  A senior White House official said the US would urge the G7 leaders for 'concrete action' on forced labor practices targeting Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities and to include...
    More On: new york giants Why Giants leader already loves this team Key addition allowing Giants defense to do what it truly wants Giants suddenly have a competition at this position Giant ‘fortunate’ to be back after year-long absence Go away. The Giants are doing just that this summer, as they will hold not one, but two joint practices...
    Why the New York Giants are the perfect team to be featured on ‘Hard Knocks’ in 2021 Anthony Rivardo June 10, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants are wrapping up one exciting offseason that has the fanbase feeling hopeful for the first time in a long time. There are many eye-catching storylines surrounding the...
    One of the European Union's top privacy regulators has reportedly suggested fining Amazon more than $425 million for violating digital privacy laws, potentially the biggest such penalty yet. Luxembourg’s data-protection agency, the National Data Protection Commission, or CNPD, has proposed penalizing Amazon's collection of personal consumer data, which is an alleged violation of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, the Wall...
    Getty Quintez Cephus catches a pass in Green Bay. The Detroit Lions are looking for difference makers to step up at wide receiver in 2021 given the amount of change at the position, and the team would love one of their own players to assert himself at the spot. Detroit didn’t add a ton at wideout this offseason,...
    Getty WR Olamide Zaccheaus #17 of the Atlanta Falcons. We are just 90 days away from the best time of the year, but until then, we will be following the Atlanta Falcons minicamp updates which kicked off on Tuesday, June 8. Falcons head coach Arthur Smith address the media on Tuesday where he also made an announcement: Atlanta...
    Gov. Brian Kemp recently recognized three corporate forest landowners for their stewardship and land management practices benefiting wildlife across Georgia. CatchMark Timber Trust, Georgia Power and Weyerhaeuser are the agency’s 2021 Forestry for Wildlife partners. Administered by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division, the Forestry for Wildlife...
    The New York division of the largest union for news professionals is accusing The New York Times of unfair labor practices by forbidding workers from showing support for unionizing.  The NewsGuild of New York announced in a press release Tuesday that it had filed an an Unfair Labor Practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board, alleging that the Times’...
    France's competition watchdog fined Google 220 million euros ($268 million) on Monday for abusing its dominant position in online advertising and succeeded at forcing the search giant to stop some of its self-preferencing practices. The French Competition Authority said the tech giant's ad practices, which unfairly pushed businesses to its own services, hurt Google's competitors, along with publishers of sites...
    MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF/AP) — France’s antitrust watchdog fined Google the equivalent of $268 million this week for abusing its power in the field of online advertising. The search engine giant is also promising to overhaul the way its platform is used for buying and selling digital ads, at least in France, which could have repercussions on its ongoing legal...
    London (CNN Business)Google will pay a €220 million ($270 million) fine and make changes to its huge online advertising business as part of an antitrust settlement with French regulators.The penalty comes as the tech giant faces multiple US suits over anti-competitive behavior and could lead to similar agreements with officials elsewhere. Facebook (FB), the other dominant player in digital advertising,...
    More On: google How Google is making more money than ever off the sick and vulnerable Google reassigns diversity chief after inflammatory blog post Goodwill forges alliances to offer free career training and resources Google to pay fine, change ad business to settle French antitrust case: report Google has been fined nearly $270 million by French authorities for abusing...
    Getty Images Jalen Hurts has been wowing his Eagles teammates in practices. The Philadelphia Eagles wrapped up spring OTAs on Friday with a series of player competitions, including a three-point contest between Nick Sirianni and Greg Ward. It got pretty intense and forced Sirianni to show up late for his post-practice media availability. “Greg beat the crap out...
    gg Mac Jones The New England Patriots have one of the most intriguing quarterback situations in the NFL. Cam Newton appears to be the starter, but rookie Mac Jones is seemingly prepared to challenge him for the No. 1 spot. According to Nick Cattles of Greg Bedard’s Patriots Podcast, Jones has already shown us “his superpower.” Cattles insists every young quarterback...
    MARTINEZ — Two former executives of the now-defunct movie ticket subscription site MoviePass agreed to pay $400,000 in civil penalties for “engaging in numerous unlawful, unfair, and fraudulent business acts and practices,” the Contra Costa District Attorney’s office announced Wednesday. The May 20 settlement, approved by a Contra Costa Superior Court judge, settled a civil complaint filed in 2019 by...
    North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un vowed to wage a “do-or-die battle” against “non-socialist” practices in North Korea in a statement released by North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Thursday. Kim made the remarks in a letter addressed to North Korea’s largest trade union, the General Federation of Trade Unions of Korea (GFTUK), which met for the first time...
    Washington Post columnist and Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen ripped the media for dismissing the theory that the deadly coronavirus leaked from a lab in Wuhan, and called the press actions a "shameful dereliction of duty." More than a year after the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Democrats and their "media allies" stopped pointing fingers at former President Trump for...
    Antitrust clouds are gathering over Amazon in a week that saw the retail giant face its first U.S. lawsuit alleging competition-squelching practices just before the company announced its second-biggest acquisition ever. Washington, D.C., filed a suit against Amazon Tuesday, accusing the U.S.' largest online seller of monopolistic behavior. The suit claims that Amazon's dominance allows it to impose onerous terms...
    More On: new york jets Sportsbooks not giving Jets much love Giants, Jets will have full fan capacity at MetLife Stadium for 2021 season Jets lineman’s mullet, beer chugging goes viral in wild scene Former Jets QB saw Tim Tebow mess up close: Jaguars experiment is ‘stupid’ The Jets began OTAs on Monday, but they will allow the media...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles’ single-game tickets for the 2021 season will go on sale next week. Tickets for all 10 home games will go on sale beginning Wednesday, June 2 at 10 a.m., the team announced. The Birds are expecting to operate a 100% capacity for the 2021 NFL season. READ MORE: 2 Teens Killed, 1 Injured In 3 Separate...
    Dak Prescott didn't downplay the significance of the first offseason practices for the star Dallas quarterback since his gruesome ankle injury last season, even though his coach thought he might. Prescott is doing everything except 11-on-11 work, from rollout passes to making sure he carries out the fake by sprinting toward the sideline after handing off to running backs. CLICK...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Apparently disgruntled Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers reportedly didn’t show up to the first day of organized team activities Monday. ESPN’s Rob Demovsky first reported Rodgers’ absence. Organized team activities, or OTAs, are voluntary practices, but Adam Schefter reports Rodgers “has been a regular participant in the Packers’ offseason program and OTAs” in past years. It’s...
    The BBC is reviewing its editorial practices after a recent investigation found that the news organization covered up “deceitful behavior” used by former journalist Martin Bashir to land an interview with Princess Diana in 1995. “We also acknowledge that audiences had a right to expect better from the BBC,” the network's board said Monday about the report’s findings. “It is...
    Former BBC journalist Martin Bashir pushed back Sunday against Prince Harry’s claims linking the unethical practices he used to acquire the famous interview with Princess Diana’s death, according to France 24. Bashir interviewed Princess Diana in 1995, but independent investigation found he used “deceitful behavior” to obtain the interview. He also went against the BBC’s ethical guidelines by using falsified...
    (CBSDFW.COM) – Business may be back, but the workforce isn’t. It’s starting to create cracks in veterinarian practices, who are slammed with appointments trying to manage all the pets that were adopted during the pandemic. READ MORE: I-Team: Texas Small Business Owner Denied Access To Own Money After Approved For PPP Loan “There are not enough vets to go around,”...
    Princess Diana. Tim Graham Photo Library/Getty Images Prince Harry issued a statement in response to an inquiry into BBC's 1995 interview with Princess Diana. The inquiry found that Martin Bashir used "deceitful means" to gain access for the interview. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Prince Harry responded on Thursday to the results of a BBC inquiry...
    Prince Harry has come forward after it was revealed that Martin Bashir used "deceitful behavior" to secure his controversial interview with his late mother, Princess Diana, in 1995. The 127-page report, released on Thursday, concluded that the journalist "deceived and induced" the late royal’s brother, Earl Charles Spencer, into securing the interview for Panorama, The Telegraph reported. "Our mother was...
    Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff’s (D) financial disclosers show he holds millions in Apple stock after he publicly criticized the company for profiting off “abusive” practices, according to a report. Ossoff, in a Senate hearing last month, quizzed Apple’s Chief Compliance Officer, Kyle Andeer, on reports showing the company failed to regulate fraudulent iPhone applications available in its app store, according to the Washington...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – New concerns about the University of Minnesota football program rise as the National College Players Association is speaking out along with a former employee who worked inside the Gopher program. A former student who worked for Gopher football under P.J. Fleck for two years agreed to speak out if we didn’t show his face. READ MORE: Minnesota...
    Sen. Jon Ossoff, a Democrat from Georgia, invested millions in Apple, a company he recently accused of profiting off of “abusive” practices. The Peach State senator has a stake in Apple worth between $1 million and $5 million, according to a financial disclosure he filed on Monday and found by the Washington Free Beacon. FORMER APPLE EMPLOYEE CLAIMS COMPANY KNEW...
    UFOs are about to make their way to the U.S. Senate. Heres what to know. Pelosi says GOP leaders afraid of truth for opposing Jan. 6 commission vote The 2020 NFL season was certainly a unique one due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but things are starting to return to normal. The NFL is giving their players and employees every...
    New York Giants: Joint practices with New England Patriots on the cards Cay North May 18, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditDespite the New York and Boston rivalry and two Super Bowl matchups, there’s an obvious connection between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. Everyone knows about Bill Belichick going from the Giants to...
    Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed an executive order Tuesday barring local governments and public schools from mandating facemasks. The order prevents local governments and officials from attempting to mandate mask wearing starting Friday, subjecting a fine of up to $1,000 for any person or government entity that does not comply. Public schools have through June 4 to continue mandating...
    By trusting a new law passed in January, officials are trying to find out if Amazon has a “primary priority in the markets,” allowing it to have “anti-competitive practices”. The U.S. e-commerce company Amazon has been targeted by an investigation into “potential anti-competitive practices” in Germany, which passed in January under a new law that strengthens action powers against digital...
    The World Health Organization has used the phrases “South African variant,” “Brazilian variant” to describe COVID-19 strains in recent months in violation of its own naming best practices. The WHO issued best practices for naming new human infectious diseases in 2015 that said scientists should not use geographic terms when naming new viruses. Former President Donald Trump and other...
    Senator Josh Hawley's book on the power and influence of Big Tech companies has become a best-seller, despite publishing giant Simon & Schuster announcing in January that it would no longer print the book amid Hawley's claims of voter fraud prior to the Capitol riots. Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, had conservative publishing company Regnery Publishing print his book, 'The...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — Three people have been arraigned in connection to tax evasion and labor law violations at Japanese restaurants in San Jose, Concord and Daly City that they owned and operated. David Tai Leung, Sunny Siukeung Chan and Wendy Lai Ip are charged with stealing more than $893,000 in wages from their employees and evading $287,697 in sales...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Pfizer’s latest emergency authorization allows children 12 and older to receive its COVID-19 vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says fully vaccinated people can safely remove their masks in most places, but people 11 and younger won’t have access to a vaccine for months. (credit: CBS) Dr. Joshua Williams, a pediatrician at Denver Health, says...