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The Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be facing off tomorrow at the Super Bowl, but health officials say viewing parties and similar events aren’t worth the risk as the coronavirus continues to spread. Los Angeles Public Health officials warned that Super Bowl parties “can become super-spreader events” and encouraged sports enthusiasts to
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President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden has written a memoir that will be published in April, with a focus on addiction and sobriety. Beautiful Things will be published on April 6 by Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books. “I come from a family forged by tragedies and bound by a remarkable, unbreakable love,” Hunter Biden
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UPDATED, 7:10 PM: Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios and Charter Communications have agreed to settle Allen’s $10 billion racial-discrimination  lawsuit against the telecommunications giant. The parties put out a brief joint statement tonight announcing the deal. “Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Networks has resolved and withdrawn the lawsuit against Charter Communications.” Read details of the case below.
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A cannabinoids company backed by David Beckham will this week become the first company of its kind to formally unveil plans for a main London stock market debut. Sky News can exclusively reveal that Cellular Goods, which makes skincare and athletic recovery products manufactured from biosynthetic cannabinoids, will announce its intention to float as soon
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Interest-free “buy-now-pay-later” (BNPL) deals face tighter regulation under plans announced by the government. A review published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) found that the currently unregulated use of BNPL products nearly quadrupled to £2.7bn during 2020 and five million people had used them since the start of the pandemic. It concluded that the market
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