Here’s What You Can Do to Demand Justice for Black Lives and Support Protestors Right Now

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Photo credit: raydene hansen – Hearst Owned

From Cosmopolitan

The recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Tony McDade, news surrounding the October 2019 killing of Brianna Hill, and the horrifying way a white woman used her privilege to threaten Christian Cooper’s life in Central Park have sparked international protests against racism and police brutality in America.

Over the past week, protestors in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Columbus,

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Can You Cancel Rewards Travel?

If the novel coronavirus changed your travel plans, you should be able to cancel without a fee and reclaim or re-book your travel.

“Most of the U.S. airlines like United and Delta offer flexible waivers for canceling award tickets. They will offer you your miles back and refund any taxes and fees,” says Stephen Au, senior points writer at UpgradedPoints, a travel rewards resource. “They will also usually not charge

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Here’s what to know in South Florida on June 22

We’re keeping track of the latest news regarding the coronavirus in South Florida and around the state. Check back for updates throughout the day.

‘They deserve to be put on blast’: Social media is policing COVID-19 rule breakers

5:30 p.m.:Ani Meinhold and her partner waited more than two weeks to reopen their MiMo District restaurant to make sure they could faithfully follow the new rules to stop the spread

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10+ Ways Chefs Love Using Hot Honey to Spice Up Their Cooking

There’s a lot to love about hot honey. After all, whose palate doesn’t salivate over the combination of sweet and spicy? This up-and-coming condiment making its way into pantries around the country can be served with just about anything, from pizza and fried chicken to seafood, grilled vegetables and even desserts. With its powerful flavor punch and versatility, it’s about to become your new favorite ingredient.

A few excellent brands

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Fireworks Postponed, Outdoor Dining On

LACEY, NJ — There’s a lot of news to keep up with right now — locally, nationally and worldwide. Here’s a recap of coronavirus updates in Lacey.

Cases

The Ocean County Health Department has reported 245 coronavirus cases and 11 deaths in Lacey as of Monday afternoon. That’s 26 more cases and one more death since Patch’s last Lacey update June 5.

State officials have reported 12 cases among residents

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iOS 14 finally adds widgets to the iPhone home screen

The app library has a search bar, naturally, and it also shows a recently added and “suggestions” group so you can find things there quickly.

Something iOS users have requested for years appears to be coming true: Home screen widgets. The iPhone and iPad have had a dedicated screen for widgets for years, but last year Apple let iPad users pin a column of widgets to the home screen. Now,

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List of minimum annual leave by country

Country and flag Minimum annual leave Paid vacation days
(five-day workweek)[1][2] Paid public holidays[3][4] Total paid leave

(five-day workweek)

 Afghanistan Employees are entitled to 20 days recreational leave and 15 paid public holidays.[5] 20 15 35  Albania Employees are entitled to 20 days of annual leave and 12 paid public holidays.[6] 20 12 32  Algeria The paid annual leave is calculated on the basis
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Toronto enters next stage of reopening, PM cautious to remove international border restrictions

Yahoo News Canada is committed to providing our readers with the most accurate and recent information on all things coronavirus. We know things change quickly, including some possible information in this story. For the latest on COVID-19, we encourage our readers to consult online resources like Canada’s public health website, World Health Organization, as well as our own Yahoo Canada homepage.

As cases of COVID-19 continue to

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How a Career Pivot Can Help You Pursue Your Passion

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Photo credit: Westend61 – Getty Images

From Redbook

There’s no question that the coronavirus had a lasting impact on life as we knew it. For most people, an unexpected layoff added stress to an already uncertain reality. In April, the news was bleak. The Labor Department reported that the coronavirus shutdown led to more than 20 million job losses. But the path to recovery has begun. Recent statistics from the

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Justin Bieber Denies Claim That He Sexually Assaulted a Woman in 2014

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Photo credit: Jason Merritt/TERM – Getty Images

From Seventeen

  • An anonymous woman on Twitter has accused Justin Bieber of sexually assaulting her in 2014.

  • Bieber has denied the account and provided evidence in a series of Twitter posts. He plans to take legal action.

Justin Bieber has denied claims that he sexually assaulted a woman named Danielle on March 9, 2014, in Texas. The allegations were posted on Twitter,

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Australia-NZ favored for 2023 Women’s WCup after Japan quits

Australia and New Zealand became the clear favorites to jointly host the 2023 Women’s World Cup after Japan withdrew from bidding ahead of the FIFA vote on Thursday.

The combined South Pacific bid performed significantly stronger than its only remaining rival, Colombia, in the FIFA inspection report – scoring 4.1 to 2.8.

Japan was marked 3.9 out of 5 and was likely to split the voting on FIFA’s ruling council

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Justin Bieber has responded to the sexual assault allegation against him

Trigger warning: This article discusses sexual assault.

On Saturday, June 20th, a woman named Danielle tweeted allegations of sexual assault against Justin Bieber. She started her story by writing that she was inspired by Twitter user @ItsGabby who came forward with a sexual assault allegation against Ansel Elgort the day before. “After hearing about Gabby’s story with Ansel, it gave me courage to share mine. So this is a thank

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Trump ‘furious’ about low Tulsa turnout

Good morning, NBC News readers.

President Donald Trump is “furious” about low turnout at his Tulsa rally, a noose was found in Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR garage and Democrats want to hear from the ousted U.S. attorney in New York.

Here’s what we’re watching this Monday morning.

Trump ‘furious’ about ‘underwhelming’ crowd at Tulsa rally

President Trump’s Saturday night rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was supposed to be the big moment when

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Can’t Make It to Italy? Il Pellicano’s New Online Shop Brings La Dolce Vita to You

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A crown jewel of bohemian glamour since 1965, Hotel Il Pellicano is the Italian hideaway that bygone-era dreams are made of. Creative director and architect Marie-Louise Scio is responsible for keeping the dream alive, overseeing every detail of her parents’ legendary property on the Tuscan coast as well as Mezzatorre Hotel in Ischia,  La Posta Vecchia Hotel in Lazio and a score of

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Pickup truck love has America addicted, willing to sacrifice alcohol and coffee and …

Stephanie McRae leaned into the bed of her husband’s 1997 Ford F-150 to slide in an enormous pellet smoker for her son on Father’s Day, as grandson Kameron Runge watched.

“My husband is a delivery driver who works nights. He’s sleeping right now,” she explained in a Lowe’s parking lot in Fort Gratiot. It was her second trip to Lowe’s, having discovered the box wouldn’t fit in her 2014 Chevy

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In Fine Print, Airlines Make It Harder to Fight for Passenger Rights

Free antibacterial wipes are available at LaGuardia Airport in New York on June 10, 2020. (Chang W. Lee/The New York Times)
Free antibacterial wipes are available at LaGuardia Airport in New York on June 10, 2020. (Chang W. Lee/The New York Times)

As air travel reopens and flight bookings begin to creep up, AvGeeks — aviation geeks — and others may notice some new legalese in the fine print when they buy plane tickets.

More and more carriers are adding clauses that require passengers to settle disputes with the airline in

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Vast Federal Aid Has Capped Rise in Poverty, Studies Find

Groceries loaded into a vehicle at a food bank in San Antonio, Texas, May 18, 2020. (Tamir Kalifa/The New York Times)
Groceries loaded into a vehicle at a food bank in San Antonio, Texas, May 18, 2020. (Tamir Kalifa/The New York Times)

WASHINGTON — An unprecedented expansion of federal aid has prevented the rise in poverty that experts predicted this year when the coronavirus sent unemployment to the highest level since the Great Depression, two new studies suggest. The assistance could even cause official measures of poverty to fall.

The studies

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Coronavirus has brought out ‘Hong Kong spirit’, as firms borrow to adapt to new normal, Bank of East Asia says

The coronavirus pandemic might have hit the city’s economy hard, but it also brought to the fore “the Hong Kong spirit”, with businesses quickly adapting to meet a new normal, according to an executive at Bank of East Asia (BEA).

Half of the loans at the 101-year-old family-run bank recently approved were borrowed by corporate clients looking to change their business models, with the pandemic disrupting how people work, dine

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Japan out of 2023 Women’s WCup; Australia-NZ bid favored

TOKYO (AP) — The Japan Football Association on Monday announced it is pulling out of bidding for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

The withdrawal should clear the way for a joint bid by Australia and New Zealand to be awarded the event, which last took place in France in 2019.

The JFA made the announcement at an online news conference in Tokyo.

“Today, we decided to withdraw our bid to

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Children ‘developing post-traumatic stress’ from outbreak

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Getty Images/iStockphoto

Children are developing post-traumatic stress due to the pandemic, a new report by The Childhood Trust has found.

The report states that disadvantaged children are particularly vulnerable to experiencing mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety due to social isolation and hunger.

The pandemic is also likely to have severe consequences for these children’s education.

For example, children whose schools have not reopened and do not have

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