Eagles 2022 draft prospect visit tracker

Over the next month or so, we’ll be tracking the Eagles’ 30 allotted pre-draft private visits to the NovaCare Complex, as they are pretty good indicators of who the Eagles might select. As reports of visits trickle in, we’ll add analysis of each player. Bookmark, please. To note, Brandon Gowton of #Bama WR Jameson Williams … Read more

Celebrities Explain How Being Canceled Changed Them

Celebrities’ lives may seem perfect, but like anyone else, their actions have consequences. The Onion asked Hollywood’s biggest stars how being canceled changed them, and this is what they said. Read more… Source link

At least 5 injured following possible shooting, explosive device on subway at 36th Street and 4th Avenue in Brooklyn

NEW YORK — There are reports of a possible explosive device in the subway in Sunset Park. There’s a heavy police presence at 36th Street and Fourth Avenue where the NYPD is reporting a smoke condition.  At least five people have been injured.  There’s no information on the extent of the injuries, and there are no … Read more

Arizona Seniors Swindled Out of $27 Million, Among Worst in the Country

With sunny weather year-round, a dry climate, and slow-paced small towns nestled into iconic Southwestern scenery, there’s a reason Arizona is the third-most desirable retirement destination in the country. In fact, one in four Arizona residents is over the age of 60. Those in their golden years tend to have more gold in the bank … Read more

Shanghai COVID lockdown lifted for some, but millions remain trapped as China sticks to strict

Tokyo — The U.S. State Department has ordered all non-emergency consular staff to leave China‘s largest city, Shanghai, as the global business hub enters its third week of lockdown in response to a surge in COVID-19 cases. The U.S. Embassy in Beijing said it was ordering the departure because of the outbreak in Shanghai and … Read more

China secured $120 million in contracts with US universities in 2021, records show

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! China-based entities, including the Chinese government, secured $120 million in contracts with American colleges in 2021, federal data reveals. The Chinese institutions entered into agreements ranging from $105,000 to $31 million with more than two dozen universities, a search of the College Foreign Gift and Contract Report database shows. The federal records, however, … Read more

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