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Biden predicts states will arrest women who travel for abortions

WASHINGTON, July 1 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden predicted on Friday that some U.S. states will try to arrest women for crossing state lines to get abortions after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to the procedures nationwide. Thirteen Republican-led states banned or severely restricted the procedure under so-called “trigger laws” after the court […]

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Celebrities

‘Watch out Dami, Indiyah will stray in Casa Amor,’ predicts celebrity psychic

Love Island is about to separate the couples for the annual Casa Amor twist, and celebrity psychic Debbie Davies believes some unexpected couples won’t survive Source link

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Business

Qualcomm stock jumps after analyst predicts Apple will use its modems for 2023 iPhone

Qualcomm president and CEO Cristiano Amon speaks about Qualcomm’s technology for automakers at a news conference during CES 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 4, 2022. Steve Marcus | Reuters Qualcomm shares climbed more than 3% on Tuesday after a prominent analyst said Apple is likely to use the company’s 5G modems for its 2023 […]

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Gaming

NHL 22 Accurately Predicts Stanley Cup Winner After Getting It Wrong Last Year

The Stanley Cup Finals have now concluded, with the Colorado Avalanche defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in the best-of-seven series for the title. EA’s NHL 22 predicted that the Avalanche would come out on top, and that’s what happened. The Avs defeated the Lighting last night in Game 6 to win the Cup. According to […]

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Celebrities

‘You’ve lost the argument’ Will Smith’s ‘career may not recover’ predicts Russell Kane

He was banned from the Oscars for ten years, while Chris opted not to press charges.  In an interview with Express.co.uk, Russell agreed that the current state of the government was “beyond parody”. “That’s the problem for the panel shows, it’s harder to make jokes about something that’s funnier than you can be,” he explained.  […]

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Travel

FGCU professor predicts what Roe v. Wade ruling could mean for certain groups

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — As the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade and shifts abortion rights and restrictions to the states, many people may be asking what this means for them. Dr. Thomas Felke is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Florida Gulf Coast University, and summarized how some felt coming off Friday’s ruling. “I think […]

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UK

‘Confident it can happen’ Prince William and Harry friend predicts brothers WILL end rift

The Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex, who is living in California with Meghan Markle after quitting royal duties, have been at the centre of an ongoing row. But a friend of the once-close brothers is reportedly “confident” that they will eventually put the fallout behind them. The insider said William knows they […]

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Science

Can’t Complete This Balance Test? Study Finds It Predicts an Earlier Grave

The final decades of a human’s life are a litany of gradual mechanical failures. Strength wanes, fitness drops, and the brain can get a little foggy. Balance is among the first to slide, sending us wobbling some time in our mid-fifties. Given the fact that falls are a major cause of injury-based death around the […]

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Health

Standing like a flamingo for 10 seconds predicts your risk of dying within 7 years!

The balance test should be part of mid-life health check-ups, say researchers who found that people who failed the test were more likely to be older, overweight and tended to have diabetes. Participants in the study were asked to take off their shoes and socks and place the front of the free foot on the […]

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Finance

Nomura chief executive predicts weak yen will kick off foreign M&A wave

The yen’s plunge to a 20-year low against the dollar will hand a significant advantage to foreign bidders in the competition for Japanese assets and drive a wave of inbound dealmaking, says the chief executive of Nomura. The recent easing of entry restrictions on business travellers, along with the forex-driven phenomenon of a “cheap” Japan, […]