Arnold Palmer’s Legacy Hints at What Tiger Woods Might Leave Behind

The link between the two golf legends feels stronger than ever, and players at the Arnold Palmer Invitational can’t help but make the connection. …

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Tribune Publishing, facing an acquisition, adds to cash holdings and digital revenue.

The company, which publishes nine metropolitan dailies, gained approximately 102,000 digital subscribers in 2020. …

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Inquiry into Amazon rainforest sold on Facebook

A Supreme Court judge in Brazil orders an investigation following the BBC’s report into the trade. …

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Black British artists send works to inspire children at school

School Prints campaign ‘will tell black children they should expect to see themselves in galleries’A project that will place work by six prominent black artists in schools has the potential to transform how children think about art and who can be an artist, according to its participants.The Hepworth Wakefield has been running its School Prints campaign since 2018, but this year will use work created exclusively by black artists to help with its goal to “support the teaching of black histories” by placing them in local schools. Continue reading… …

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New Zealand Faces Tsunami Threat After 8.1-Magnitude South Pacific Earthquake

The temblor was one of three powerful earthquakes that were recorded within eight hours off New Zealand, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. …

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Desperate Italy Blocks Exports of Vaccines Bound for Australia

The move, under new E.U. rules, is part of an intensifying global competition for doses as vaccine shortages hamper rollouts and variants raise fears of virus surges. …

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Henry Goldrich, Gear Guru to Rock Stars, Is Dead at 88

The owner of Manny’s Music in Manhattan, he brought wah-wah to Hendrix and Clapton and connected musicians with equipment that helped define their styles. …

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YouTube to lift Trump ban if violence threat falls, says CEO

Chief executive Susan Wojcicki says there’s a way back for the former president on YouTube. …

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32 Rescued From Sinking Fishing Boat: ‘Every Moment Counts’

A scallop trawler from Nova Scotia was hit by fire, then lost power and began taking on water in stormy seas. Rescue teams from Canada and the United States mounted a joint operation to save the crew. …

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In Reconciliation Act, Macron Acknowledges Truth of Algerian Lawyer’s Death

The president admitted that Ali Boumendjel did not die by suicide, as France had previously claimed, but was killed by French troops during the Algerian war of independence. …

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Boxer Claressa Shields Says Sexism Holds Her Back

She has won two Olympic gold medals. She is undefeated as a pro. So why, she wonders, doesn’t she get the same exposure as men in the sport? …

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New Zealand earthquakes: Tsunami warnings raised after series of quakes

Hundreds of people are evacuating coastal areas after a series of quakes shook the region. …

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Pfizer Vaccine Will Be Tested Against Variant from South Africa

Scientists want to inoculate every adult in one Austrian district, in a real-world test of how the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine works against the variant first seen in South Africa. …

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Moufida Tlatli, Groundbreaker in Arab Film, Dies at 78

With “The Silences of the Palace,” a story of oppressed women in colonial Tunisia, she was first female director from the Arab world to achieve worldwide acclaim. …

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Fed Chair Powell Offered a Patient Message. Markets Quivered Anyway.

Stocks fell and bond yields rose after the Fed leader reiterated that the central bank did not plan to pull back policy support soon. …

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Treasury to Invest $9 Billion in Minority Communities

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is making Community Development Financial Institutions central to achieving an inclusive economy. …

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Indian women’s trap team settles for silver in ISSF World Cup

Indian women’s trap team trio Kirti Gupta, Manisha Keer and Rajeshwari Kumari lost 4-6 to Russia to settle for a silver medal on the concluding day of the ISSF World Cup in Cairo. The trio’s effort ensured that the Indian squad finished the World Cup with two medals, with the men’s skeet team bagging a bronze earlier in the tournament….

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In Iceland, 18,000 Earthquakes Over Days Signal Possible Eruption on the Horizon

The earthquake swarm is the culmination of more than a year of intense seismic activity. It could also herald decades of intermittent volcanic eruptions. …

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‘Overlooked My Whole Life’: H.B.C.U. Set Stage for an N.B.A. Career

The only active N.B.A. player from a historically Black college or university, Robert Covington is making a name for himself. …

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Tories accused of levelling up ‘stitch-up’ over regional deprivation fund

Richer areas with Conservative MPs prioritised for help, Guardian analysis finds A fund intended to boost the UK’s most deprived places appears overwhelmingly skewed towards Tory-held areas, with dozens of Conservative regions in the top tier for assistance despite being relatively affluent, a Guardian analysis has found.Among 93 English regions placed in the priority group of three tiers to receive money from the £4.8bn levelling up fund, 31 are included while not being ranked as in the top third most deprived places by average deprivation score. Continue reading… …

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Tsunami alert: mass evacuation order issued for New Zealand’s North Island following earthquake

Residents on east coast instructed to move to higher land, after third quake of dayA powerful 8.0-magnitude earthquake has struck off the eastern side of New Zealand’s North Island, prompting a second tsunami warning hours after an earlier alert was withdrawn.The New Zealand National Emergency Management Agency (Nema) issued a national warning on Friday morning, saying people on the east coast of North Island “must move immediately to the nearest high ground, out of all tsunami evacuation zones, or as far inland as possible. Do not stay at home”. Continue reading… …

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Afghan War Casualty Report: March 2021

At least 21 pro-government forces and 22 civilians were killed in Afghanistan during the past week. …

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Please Send Us Your College Applications About Money

Did you apply for undergraduate admission for the fall 2021 semester? Did you write an essay about money, work or social class? We’d like to read it and perhaps publish it. …

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Ministry of Supply Sold Office Apparel. It Has Had to Rethink Things.

The start-up had to decide what to do when its merchandise became virtually irrelevant during the pandemic. Revamping its focus was not easy, but the company has survived. …

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Coronavirus: Hairdressers reopen in the Netherlands

Hairdressers in the Netherlands have reopened after being shut since December. …

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