Chuck D says Flavor Flav still in Public Enemy, and split was a hoax | Music | The Guardian

Chuck D has said that Flavor Flav is still a member of Public Enemy, and his recent firing from the group was a satirical hoax. On 1 March, Chuck D said the group would be “moving forward without Flavor Flav”, his colourful sideman since the inception of the political hip-hop>>>

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Public Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing To Begin In Dallas With Strict Criteria – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

The second location, at 9191 S Polk St. at Ellis Davis Field in South Dallas., will open at 8 a.m. Sunday, March 22. Requirements for evaluating internet sites is as complied with: – Need to be 65+ years-old; or – Has to be actually an initial responder; or – Must>>>

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San Miguel to Produce Food 24/7 for Public, Donate Food to Poor and Frontliners

As the country comes to grips with the effect of COVID-19 as well as City Manila’s lockdown formally works, San Miguel Company (SMC) is tipping up its social responsibility efforts. As one of the most significant producers as well as distributors of food, beverages, gas, oil, framework, and power in>>>

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Coronavirus: PM says ‘many more families will lose loved ones’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has declared that the coronavirus pandemic is "the worst public health crisis for a generation". Speaking at a Downing Street press conference, Mr Johnson also warned that "many more families are going to lose loved ones before their time" as a result of the virus. Original>>>

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Sick-listed workers’ experiences with motivational interviewing in the return to work process: a qualitative interview study | BMC Public Health | Full Text

The present study was based on 16 semi-structured individual interviews with sick-listed workers enrolled in a randomized controlled trial (RCT) [25]. This approach was chosen to explore sick-listed workers’ experiences with MI in the RTW process. The overall RCT in which this qualitative study is nested, aims to evaluate MI>>>

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Harry and Meghan bid farewell to royal duties

Harry and Meghan joined the rest of the royal family for their final public royal appearance before stepping down. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn’t take part in the Queen’s procession through Westminster Abbey at the start of the Commonwealth Service. After just under two years since Harry married>>>

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CDC Confirms Florida’s First 2 Cases Of Coronavirus, Public Health Emergency Situation In Effect

TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami)– The CDC has confirmed Florida’s first 2 cases of in the state. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis confirmed the COVID-19 cases during a news conference Monday afternoon at the Florida Department of Health office in Miami. The first patient is a man in his 60s who is hospitalized in>>>

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GOP state lawmaker aims to put ‘Lord’s Prayer’ back ‘in every public school’

Mississippi state Rep. Jill Ford claims doing so would cause grades to rise and depression and suicide rates to drop. A first-term state lawmaker in Mississippi filed her first piece of legislation this week and hopes it will eventually result in ‘every public school’ in the state beginning each morning>>>

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