Author: Michele Wrona

Mats Wilander and Tim Henman are backing Naomi Osaka to return to the top despite her first-round defeat to Amanda Anisimova at the French Open.Osaka withdrew from the tournament last year to protect her mental health and has since had several breaks from the sport. She also struggled with an Achilles injury ahead of Roland-Garros.WimbledonHenman exclusive: Big names won’t skip Wimbledon; ATP, WTA ‘penalising’ players3 HOURS AGOBut the world No. 38 looked like she might be returning to her best ahead of the clay season when she reached the final of the Miami Open.“I’m not really surprised about Osaka losing…

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Just like voters did in 2008 and 2016, Hulu has taken a hard pass on Hillary Clinton. The Disney-owned Hulu has axed its planned dramatic series about Hillary Clinton — simply titled Rodham — after nearly two years in development, according to a report from Variety. 20th Television, which is producing the series, is reportedly shopping the project to other streamers, with stars Claire Danes and Dakota Fanning expected to play Clinton at different stages of her life. Hulu’s decision not to proceed with the show comes as a surprise since the streamer is the home of the four-part documentary…

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THERE is no economy without people to inject their money into it. This gives rise to the question: How are we supposed to contribute to the growth of the economy if the banks continue to arbitrarily decide to close the accounts of businesses that are creating jobs, with flimsy excuses to say the least?The matter between the Sekunjalo Group, its chairman Dr Iqbal Survé and South Africa’s banking cartel is one of extreme importance for the growth and empowerment of the working class and the economy in general.Story continues below AdvertismentSimply put, the banks need to stop the power trip…

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A woman lights candles as people participate in a “Black Lives Lost to Gun Violence” vigil in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Eduardo MunozRegister now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comMay 10 (Reuters) – The rate of U.S. gun deaths surged 35% in 2020 to the highest point since 1994, with especially deadly levels for young Black men, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report published on Tuesday.African Americans as a whole were at least four times more likely to be killed by a gun than the overall population, and 12 times more…

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Home News Audio Visual (Image credit: MusicWorld / Sonos) We’ve had a slew of leaks from Sonos of late, from the impending launch of a new affordable Sonos Ray soundbar to the connected audio brand’s very own voice assistant, and now we can add another to the pile – new colors for the Sonos Roam.As discovered in this Reddit threat, subscribers to Sonos’ mailing list were sent a mysterious email featuring a countdown and a not-so-subtle URL address containing “roamcolors”, as well as an image with the filename “Roam_Colors_Launch.png”. What could it be?The colors themselves have been leaked by Chilean retailer…

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Updated 10 hours ago POLLING STATIONS HAVE closed following fresh elections to the Stormont Assembly. The Electoral Office for Northern Ireland gave indicative turnout figures per constituency at 9pm on Thursday which averaged at around 54%, an hour before polling stations closed at 10pm. They said the figure was based on the average of returns from polling stations. The indicative turnout ranged from 60% in West Belfast to 47% in the South Antrim constituency. The official final turnout figure will not be known until Friday morning. The turnout at the last Assembly election in 2017 was 64%. The counting process…

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USD/CHF finds a minor pullback at around 0.9720 after plummeting from 0.9840. The Fed hikes its rates by 50 bps to tame the soaring inflation. Going forward, Swiss CPI and Unemployment Rate will remain in focus. The USD/CHF pair has displayed an intense sell-off after failing to sustain above the resistance of 0.9840 as the rate hike announcement by the Federal Reserve (Fed) underpinned the positive market sentiment. The asset has plunged to near 0.9720 but is witnessing a minor pullback as profit-booking kicks in. Potential selling pressure came after the Federal Reserve (Fed) dictated a rate hike…

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Actor Benedict Wong has spoken out in support of Xochitl Gomez, his 16-year-old Doctor Strange in the Multiverse co-star who has been the focus of internet trolls’ rage for her portraying America Chavez–a gay character in the MCU. Speaking with AsiaOne, Wong came to her defense.”It’s not okay. It’s not okay,” said Wong. “We have to all collectively understand that… She auditioned aged 13, and she joined us aged 14, one of the youngest actors, to join the MCU of a film of that magnitude. You know, she’s just a young girl playing her role and full praise for that.”Wong…

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The AI algorithms used in business are often built by third-party companies, which means it is theoretically possible for rogue workers at the firms to insert undetectable backdoors into the AI Technology 3 May 2022 By Matthew Sparkes If AI algorithms are hacked to give wrong decisions, we might not be able to tellQuardia/Getty Images Artificial intelligence is increasingly used in business. But because of the way it is built, there is theoretical potential for the software to contain undetectable features that bypass its normal decision-making process, meaning it could be exploited by malicious third parties. For instance, an AI…

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