The big question on the minds of engaged couples is whether or not to go through with wedding plans in the coming weeks and months. Nearly a third of the world's population, 2.5 billion people, is under some sort of movement restriction related to the coronavirus. With more than 500,000 cases around the world and more than 101,000 in the United States alone, large gatherings have been disrupted in major ways. … [Read more...] about Couples around the world are livestreaming their weddings, creating a sense of ‘certainty’ at an uncertain time
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PARIS (AP) – Criminals are preying on a fearful public and disrupting the provision of medical care during the coronavirus pandemic by selling counterfeit products, impersonating health workers, and hacking computers as many citizens do their jobs online at home, European law enforcement agency Europol said Friday. … [Read more...] about Criminals Exploiting Coronavirus Pandemic to Prey on Public, Health Workers
On Thursday, San Francisco police said they arrested Alameda resident Oscar Ticas, 19, and San Francisco residents Rodrigo Tellez and Bryan Moreno, both 20. All three were charged with murder this week and their arraignment has been postponed to April 8, said Alex Bastian, a spokesman for the San Francisco district attorney’s office. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus complicates family’s grief over 26-year-old son, father gunned down in SF’s Mission
Rousey’s situation is not unprecedented territory for WWE, however. There is a very real possibility that Vince McMahon will somehow entice her to stay with an offer that is too good to refuse. Her name recognition alone brings tremendous value to the company, and her image was prominently featured when WWE executives were pitched on the idea of moving SmackDown to network television. Obviously, the pitch worked, and a 10-figure multi-year contract was signed. It will be interesting to see how much pressure WWE receives to keep Rousey in the ring as the show moves to Friday nights this the fall. … [Read more...] about Is Ronda Rousey Leaving WWE?
The Potential Threat is Growing Well, out of nearly 400 of the largest U.S. metro areas, the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim metropolitan area ranks No. 6 for identity theft, according to the FTC. During 2018, residents of this statistical area, which includes Laguna Niguel-Dana Point, went to the authorities with 34,334 cases of stolen identities, which works out to 258 ID theft complaints for every 100,000 residents. … [Read more...] about The Identity Theft Problem in Laguna Niguel-Dana Point