Even heroes of 9/11 were not spared. A Sikh MTA subway conductor in NYC who physically pushed his train to prevent it from going toward the World Trade Center – saving so many lives – was then segregated by the MTA & made to work away from the public bc of his turban & beard. https://t.co/jOPUFbYipp … [Read more...] about New York Times writer Paul Krugman’s bad 9/11 tweets have united the country—against him
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Technically speaking, Nifty could correct towards 9000 but our outlook remains bullish. If index closes above 9200 levels on a weekly basis, we could see 9350 and 9500 in next two months. In case it breaks 9000, the next support is at the 23.6% retracement of the move from 7893 to 9220 at 8908. … [Read more...] about Nifty preparing for a new all-time high?
Mathias Vermeulen, public policy director at a new data rights agency called AWO in Brussels, said election silence laws also haven’t covered social media in several European countries, so groups have been able to target voters with campaign content and political ads. While Facebook could have voluntarily adhered to those laws, it didn’t. … [Read more...] about Why Facebook’s blocking of new political ads may fall short
So in the early hours of August 1, Pappas recorded a 59-second video from her home office in Los Angeles to calm the creators on TikTok and its fans. “We’ve heard your outpouring of support, and we wanted to say thank you,” she said in the video, which quickly went viral under the hashtag #SaveTikTok. “We’re not planning on going anywhere.” … [Read more...] about The woman taking over TikTok at the toughest time
North Madison or NoMad, the neighborhood above Madison Square Park where the Madison House is situated, is a former commercial district that has in recent years become home to glass-walled condo buildings and glitzy rooftop bars. The Madison House holds the title for being NoMad’s tallest residence, though among luxury buildings its amenities are pretty standard fair. They include a spa and fitness center, a residents-only club, and a wood-paneled wet bar, all illuminated with the honey glow of soft lighting. But what sets the Madison House apart from its peers is that it now offers new condo buyers a one-year subscription to Sollis Health, a members-only primary care and emergency medical facility. … [Read more...] about The hottest new amenity for the rich? On-demand doctors and COVID-19 tests