9:29 a.m. White House adviser tries to clean up Trump statement on Social Security tax: President Trump said Saturday that he will defer payroll taxes and if re-elected he would extend the deferral “beyond the end of the year and terminate the tax.” But White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Sunday said that is not what he meant. The tax funds Social Security and Medicare. Kudlow, pressed by Dana Bash in a CNN interview, said: “I think he meant the deferral would be forgiven. ... I think he was saying that the savings on the deferral will be permanent. He did not mean he’s eliminating the Social Security tax.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Nearly half of all people testing positive in SF between 18-40 years old
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1:25 p.m. Contact tracers in state impeded by fear: Contract tracers’ ability to reach people exposed or infected with the coronavirus has been overwhelmed by people’s fear and reluctance to cooperate when they are called about their exposures. The New York Times reports that in Los Angeles, tracers have found many decline to participate because they are worried about wage loss, deportation or stigmatization. During one week in July, more than a third of calls to people who tested positive went unanswered, and more than half of those who did pick up refused to provide at least one close contact. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Nearly 100,000 kids test positive in 2 weeks, report says
The deal was inked with Royal Strategic Partners, a unit of Abu Dhabi Capital Group, an investment company that manages $20 billion in assets. UBTech said it will build AI teaching labs for 1,310 primary and secondary schools in the seven emirates of the UAE over the next four years. In the future, it will also work together with the UAE to further promote the localization and development of AI education solutions. … [Read more...] about Helping world with Chinese AI
It doesn’t typically bode well when someone’s artistic aspiration is to rewind into the past. And yet the album we see her working on in the documentary, 2011’s 4, was a terrific one. A few years ago, Beyoncé “killed” Sasha Fierce—or, rather, reintegrated Sasha, a process I wish Carl Jung were alive to ask her about. And what do you know: The beauty of 4 is how it infuses all the regal, traditionalist balladry of I Am … with the campy theatrics that animate Beyoncé’s stage persona. (See the batty, full-octave whoops on “1+1,” or the giddy chewing on the syllable boof in “Countdown.”) It’s her most cohesive solo album, and maybe her most interesting—piles of quirky sonic ideas integrated into a record about couplehood, the R&B album as screwball romantic comedy. One of Beyoncé’s lines from “Survivor”—“You thought that I’d be stressed without … [Read more...] about Why Can’t Beyoncé Have It All?
“Perhaps, I performed this challenge well because of my work since I was a professional player. When I retired, I still went out to teach and train so my physical foundation remained. By the time I planked to seven minutes, I was satisfied with myself and moved to another challenge," Cham said. … [Read more...] about Former top striker Ngoc Cham still living her passion