Apple has been hit with France’s largest-ever anti-competition fine of $1.2 billion. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.
Universal Pictures, a division of Comcast Corp-owned NBCUniversal, has big news!The company will make its movies available at home...on the same day they are released in theaters worldwide, reports Reuters.This change starts with the DreamWorks Animation film “Trolls World Tour”.NBCUniversal will “continue to evaluate the environment as conditions evolve".It also added it will revisit the strategy when the current situation changes.The suggested price will be $19.99 in the US for a 48-hour rental, and the equivalent price elsewhere.
Officials in six San Francisco Bay Area counties issued a sweeping shelter-in-place mandate Monday affecting nearly 7 million people, ordering residents to avoid any unnecessary travel by any method and only leave their homes for food, medicine and exercise. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 News at 1 on March 16, 2020. #coronavirus
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A federal judge cited the coronavirus on Friday to explain her decision to block the Trump administration's plan to cut food benefits. Washington D. C. District Court Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell granted a preliminary injunction, stopping plans that would require more stringent work requirements on people seeking food stamps. The plan was estimated to cut as many as 700,000 people from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or roughly 2 percent of enrollees, according to The New York Times."Especially now, as a global pandemic poses widespread health risks, guaranteeing that government officials at both the federal and state levels have flexibility to address the nutritional needs of residents and ensure their well-being through programs like SNAP, is essential," Howell wrote in the ruling. The injunction was requested by attorneys general from fourteen states as well as New York City and the District of Columbia. Without the ruling, the cuts to SNAP would have taken effect next month. Two other proposed cuts to SNAP are pending, however. The blocked cut would have only granted three months' worth of benefits to unemployed, able-bodied adults without children. Last week, Democrats asked President Donald Trump and the U. S. Department of Agriculture, which administers SNAP, to delay the planned cuts over the coronavirus outbreak. Two Democratic representatives, Georgia's Sanford D. Bishop Jr. and Connecticut's Rosa DeLauro, wrote a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue."We urge you to immediately suspend any Department rulemaking that would reduce benefits or affect program eligibility. Enacting any such changes during this time will only exacerbate current economic anxiety and unnecessarily increase the burden on the very people who need assistance," Bishop and DeLauro wrote. "Instead, as considerations of a broader economic stimulus package progresses, we strongly believe expanding the SNAP benefit will be a vital anti-recession tool."These requests were refused. Perdue explained that states would be able to waive limits on benefits for those affected by the pandemic."Obviously if your job says you can't come to work or you're sick in that way, that good cause would eliminate need for work requirements under this rule," Perdue said. "That will be under the discretion of the states to determine that good cause."The USDA did announce this week, however, that schools that have closed due to the coronavirus outbreak will still be able to provide meals to low-income students. Newsweek reached out to the White House for comment.
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The coronavirus outbreak has many Americans racing to stock up on basic supplies, and it has led to empty shelves at supermarkets and big box stores. Items like toilet paper and bleach have been in particularly short supply. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY from Kissimmee, Florida.»
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Since Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines hasn't been on a date for three years, Ellen had Natalie and her bandmates Emily Robison and Martie Maguire play a game of "Who Would Natalie Rather?" Find out which Hollywood hunk made the top of her list, after choosing from stars Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Jake Gyllenhaal and others.
Mexican authorities say they are prepared to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, with just 15 confirmed cases in the country.But some health experts warn that the country is not applying lessons learned from the last global pandemic of H1N1, or swine flu.Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Mexico City.
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Leaders of the G7 countries have agreed to closely cooperate and coordinate to contain and curtail the coronavirus pandemic.In a joint statement Monday, the leaders agreed that the challenges posed by the virus require a highly coordinated international approach.They vowed to marshal the full power of their governments to coordinate public health measures, restore confidence in the economy, support global trade and investment,... and encourage scientific research.They also highlighted the need for close coordination with international organizations including the IMF and World Bank.
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Almost from the very first gig, Harry Styles has gotten used to playing for thousands of screaming, adoring fans. But in his NPR Tiny Desk debut concert, Harry stripped things all the way back for a peaceful, easy feeling four-song set that spotlighted his 'Fine Line' album.
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