Online pharmacy selling Viagra takes over link to Lincoln Park elementary school website

A Chicago elementary school’s website redirects to a page selling Viagra pills. | Screenshot The page is part of a website that sells all sorts of brand name and generic medication, but undoubtedly has no information about Oscar Mayer Magnet School. Instead of remote learning guidance, the latest school announcements and registration details for next […]

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BP sells petrochemicals business to Ineos for $5 billion

BP is selling its petrochemicals arm to Ineos for $5 billion as part of the fossil fuel giant’s efforts to reposition itself as a more sustainable energy company. The deal announced Monday achieved BP’s goal of dumping $15 billion in assets a year ahead of schedule. BP decided to sell the business — which makes […]

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CrossFit founder Greg Glassman selling company amid harassment allegations

Embattled CrossFit founder Greg Glassman is selling the beloved fitness chain following a firestorm over his insensitive comments about race and allegations of rampant sexual harassment. Eric Roza, a tech executive and owner of a Colorado CrossFit gym, will buy the company from Glassman and take over as CEO after the sale closes next month, […]

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RNC makes ‘Whitmer Yacht Club’ koozies after Michigan gov’s boat controversy amid lockdown

The Republican National Committee is now selling “Whitmer Yacht Club” koozies to commemorate the scandal Gov. Gretchen Whitmer faced when her husband name-dropped his wife to try to have their family’s boat put in the water far from their home in Lansing, despite Whitmer telling residents not to travel due to coronavirus. About 500 koozies […]

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Keanu Reeves auctioning 15-minute date with himself for charity

He’s selling his time for an excellent cause. Keanu Reeves, 55, is auctioning off a 15-minute Zoom date with himself and donating the money to Camp Rainbow Gold, a summer program for Idaho children with cancer. “Bill & Ted. Speed. The Matrix. John Wick. You know him. You love him. This is truly priceless and […]

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US warns 3 companies over illegal at-home COVID-19 tests

U.S. health regulators are cracking down on three companies for selling at-home blood tests for coronavirus, warning that the products have not been shown to safely and accurately screen for COVID-19. The Food and Drug Administration sent warning letters to the companies Wednesday, saying their products are illegal because they have not been reviewed by […]

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‘We’ve missed it’: Long lines form outside shops in England

LONDON — Long lines stretched along streets across England as shops selling items considered as nonessential during the coronavirus pandemic, such as sneakers and toys, welcomed customers on Monday for the first time since the U.K. was put into lockdown in late March. Starved of the retail experience for the best part of three months, […]

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Floyd’s death spurs question: What is a black life worth?

For 12-year-old Tamir Rice, it was simply carrying a toy handgun. For Eric Garner, it was allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes. For Michael Brown, Sandra Bland and Ahmaud Arbery, it was the minor offenses of jaywalking, failing to signal a lane change and trespassing on a residential construction site. And for George Floyd, it was an […]

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Microsoft hits pause on selling facial recognition tech to police

Microsoft on Thursday said it would await federal regulation before selling facial recognition to police departments, making it the latest big firm to back away from the surveillance business following protests against police brutality. The announcement came a day after rival Amazon declared it was pausing police use of its “Rekognition” service for a year, […]

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Worried About Social Distancing When Traveling? Join the Crowd and Rent an R.V.

Since selling their home in Fort Collins, Colo., in September 2018, Tom and Mona Mesereau have logged 18,000 miles through 30 states in their 32-foot Class A recreational vehicle, running their public relations business from the road. “Starting out in an R.V. is a little like moving into a new house,” Tom wrote in an […]

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Brian Austin Green Trolls Trump With New ‘Someone Make America Great’ Logo Hat 

Brian Austin Green is taking a stand against Donald Trump by selling ‘SMAG’ hats, he revealed on June 2! The abbreviation — ‘Someone Make America Great’ again — is a rendition of the president’s infamous red and white MAGA hat. Out with the old and in with the new! Brian Austin Green put a new […]

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Pepper spray, ‘Black Lives Matter’ shirts become Amazon best sellers

Protest gear is selling like hotcakes on Amazon. Pepper spray and “Black Lives Matter” merchandise have become some of the e-tailer’s best sellers amid raging demonstrations over the police killing of George Floyd. A pocket-sized bottle of pepper spray with a keychain attachment was the top-selling item in Amazon’s “Sports & Outdoors” section as of […]

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Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis Selling $14M Beverly Hills Mansion: See Pics Of Gym, Sauna, Wine Bar & More

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are selling the first home they owned as a couple. We have pics of the $14 million estate that includes a pool, sauna and chef’s kitchen. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are on the move! The pair is asking $14 million for their traditional, East Coast style estate in the Beverly […]

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F.D.A. Orders Companies to Submit Antibody Test Data

The Food and Drug Administration announced on Monday that companies selling coronavirus antibody tests must submit data proving accuracy within the next 10 days or face removal from the market. The antibody tests are an effort to detect whether a person had been infected with the coronavirus, but results have been widely varied and little […]

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Elon Musk Tweets He Will Sell His House & ‘Almost All Physical Possessions’ In New Twitter Rant

Elon Musk took to Twitter to announce he was ‘selling almost all physical possessions’ and that he would ‘own no house’ in a string of new tweets that left fans befuddled and his partner, singer Grimes, ‘mad.’  One day after he faced backlash for saying America should be ‘free’ from the stay-at-home and quarantine orders […]

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Cheap Oil Poses New Quandary for Iran as It Relaxes Virus Lockdown

Selling Iran’s oil in defiance of an American embargo was already a risky and complicated venture for Iranian brokers. Then came the precipitous plunge in prices because of the global coronavirus clampdown, which has shriveled demand. At first, Iranian brokers and many others in the country watched with amusement as U.S. oil prices briefly plunged […]

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Wilpons insistence on keeping SNY could stall any potential Mets sale

The Wilpons are still interested in selling the money-losing Mets, but they are still not interested in selling money-making SNY, their regional sports network, sources tell The Post. “I don’t think that will change,” a source close to the auction said. Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez’s master plan in buying the money-losing team includes acquiring […]

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Blac Chyna Dragged By Fans For Charging $950 For FaceTime Calls But Rep Says She’s Being Creative

Blac Chyna is now selling virtual meet-and-greets (and Instagram “follow backs”) for a hefty price. Her rep insisted this was done out of ‘economic necessity,’ referencing Chyna’s custody battle with Rob Kardashian! Many Twitter users think Blac Chyna’s latest entrepreneurial venture is a rip-off! The former Rob & Chyna star is now selling $950 personal FaceTime calls […]

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Vending machines in Poland sell masks amid coronavirus pandemic

Vending machines selling face masks, gloves and sanitizers appeared on the streets of Poland’s two biggest cities this week, as the country stepped up social distancing rules to curtail the spread of the coronavirus. So far two vending machines have been installed in Warsaw and five in Krakow and there are plans to install several […]

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Panera Bread pivots to selling groceries as coronavirus slams industry

Panera Bread is selling groceries out of its cafes as the coronavirus crisis slams restaurants across the country. The St. Louis-based chain has begun offering milk, bread, produce and other staples alongside its sandwiches and salads through a new “Panera Grocery” service. Shoppers can order the items online for delivery or pickup at participating restaurants, […]

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Jeff Bezos’s stock sales before coronavirus crash saved him a fortune

Jeff Bezos saved a small fortune by selling billions of dollars in Amazon shares before the coronavirus pandemic crashed the stock market, a new report said. The 56-year-old e-commerce tycoon avoided about $317 million in paper losses by dumping $3.4 billion worth of Amazon stock in early February — less than three weeks before global […]

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Target Apologizes for Selling N95 Masks in Seattle

The retailer Target apologized on Saturday after coming under criticism for selling N95 masks, which are in acute demand by medical providers during the coronavirus pandemic, at some stores in Washington State. The masks were made available to the public for purchase “in error” in select stores in Seattle, the company said in a statement […]

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Target apologizes for selling face masks amid shortage

Target Corp. has apologized for selling face masks in Seattle stores while hospitals face a dire shortage By The Associated Press March 22, 2020, 1:09 AM 1 min read SEATTLE — Target Corp. apologized Saturday for selling face masks in Seattle stores while hospitals face a dire shortage amid a growing coronavirus outbreak. Washington Gov. […]

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Watchdog group files complaints against Burr, Loeffler over stock sales in run-up to coronavirus crisis

What is the STOCK Act? Senators selling stocks before the coronavirus pandemic rocked the markets have renewed attention on something called the STOCK Act. Here’s what you need to know. The watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee Friday against Sens. Richard Burr, R-N.C., […]

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