· FSU in Top 12 for Blue-Chip Cornerback: Scouting Report →
A potential bonus for whichever school wins his pledge: Taylor is a dangerous threat as a returner on special teams.
· The Supreme Court ruled states can limit Electoral College votes. That's popular rule. →
So although the competing presidential and vice presidential candidates are generally listed on voters' ballots and the electors rarely are, when citizens vote for one ticket or the other every fourth November, they are really voting for the electors pledged to support the corresponding candidates.
· Face masks for kids: Where to buy face coverings for children as lockdown eases →
For every reusable mask bought, Vistaprint is also pledging to give 10 per cent of sales to local communities impacted by the pandemic.
The Japan Times
· Japan to focus on nature-centered inbound tourism →
“I want to think about (the future of inbound tourism) with people in rural areas,” Seino said, pledging to put efforts into attracting visitors who will stay in Japan for long periods to enjoy the rural scenery of the country.
· Secondary Recruiting A Primary Focus For Michigan In 2021 →
After huge months of April, May and June that saw Michigan land commitments (15) from the bulk of its 2021 class, the Wolverines now have 19 pledges already this cycle, which ranks at No.
· Brexit divorce bill: How much is UK paying EU in 2020? The staggering amount →
A large chunk of the money being asked for by the European Commission was pledged by David Cameron, when he was Prime Minister, to the long-term EU budget for the period of 2014 to 2020.
· Husham al Hashami: Renowned Iraqi scholar assassinated outside his home in Baghdad →
“We pledge to pursue the killers to bring them to justice, and we will not allow the assassinations to return to Iraq to undermine security and stability,” Mr Kadhimi was quoted as saying in a statement after the incident.
The New York Times
· A Million Jobs Lost: A ‘Heart Attack’ for the N.Y.C. Economy →
Wall Street, a main driver of the city’s economy, appears somewhat insulated for now because the markets have rebounded and several of the biggest banks have pledged not to lay off workers during the pandemic.
· Fuel pump petrol and diesel prices rise in major ‘shock to the system for drivers’ →
Firms have scrapped their pledges to keep petrol costs below £1 per litre as pump prices began to creep up.
· Jerusalem offers a grim model for a post-annexation future →
It’s unclear when or even if Netanyahu will follow through on his pledge, but he has made clear that he wants to annex land but not people, leaving cities, towns and villages under limited Palestinian self-rule.