A spokesperson for the couple previously told Fox News: "Princess Beatrice and Mr. Mapelli Mozzi are very much looking forward to getting married but are equally aware of the need to avoid undertaking any unnecessary risks in the current circumstances. In line with government advice for the UK and beyond, the couple are reviewing their arrangements for 29th May. … [Read more...] about Sarah Ferguson pens sweet note to Princess Beatrice on what would’ve been her wedding day: ‘Love you’
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At any other time perhaps those 12 drug companies would have heeded the Thelma and Louise calls to boycott the oversight committee. But not this time. A senior Democratic committee aide tells The Daily Beast, “All 12 companies committed to complying with the committee’s requests in January, and they have been producing information on a rolling basis, although some are further along than others. After Rep. Jordan sent his letters urging the drug companies not to comply, several expressed surprise and concern, but no company said it would refuse to cooperate, and we continue to expect full compliance going forward.” … [Read more...] about House Republicans Tell Big Pharma to Stiff-Arm Congress
What’s been especially frustrating for those struggling is that money from the EIDL program is specifically meant to be issued quickly. “EIDL has been a massive disappointment,” said Greg Hunnicut, who owns a small remodeling business in Houston. He applied for an EIDL a week and a half ago and hasn’t heard anything back. “I knew PPP would be a cluster, that seemed obvious to me. The EIDL, I thought, was going to be a quick bit of help.” … [Read more...] about Five Million People Need This Lifeline. But It’s Gone Broke.
On January 31st—the same day that the White House released a statement vowing that Trump would be “respectful and supportive of LGBTQ rights”— the Education and Justice Departments issued a joint letter rescinding a 2016 Obama administration guidance on transgender students. That policy had declared that the federal government considered restrictions on transgender students’ access to appropriate restrooms and locker rooms to be in violation of Title IX’s 1972 ban on sex discrimination in public education. … [Read more...] about White House Proclaims World AIDS Day, Leaves Out LGBT People & People of Color
After the war, Elizabeth Buffet’s niece Marie-Rose Buffet, who had once escorted the flyers to the Champs Élysées and taken them to the movies, told Bruce Bolinger she had learned from survivors that Tante Zabi had started to sing to comfort the other captives on that train, and a German officer, when he heard her, told her he wanted to hear some particular aria. She told him he had to open the hatch on top of the car so she and the other women could breathe. He did. And so, she sang. … [Read more...] about Angels of the Resistance (and a Serial Killer) in Nazi-Occupied Paris