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Saturday jackpot is 20 million USD

The Powerball jackpot on 08/15/20 is worth $20 million. This is the number from the Saturday night draw. Top five: 05-12-34-45-56 Powerball: 03 Powerful play: 3 times The 08/15/20 Powerball jackpot on Saturday night is estimated to be $20 million and the cash option is $16.6 million. Officials said that if sales further drive lottery forecasts, the jackpot may increase. …

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California high temperature triggers power outage the next day

The utility company said Californians responded to the second consecutive blackout on Saturday because demand for heat-related electricity almost exceeded supply. There are more than 307,000 electricity customers across the state without electricity, although Southern California Edison said that customer traffic that was temporarily closed by the evening has resumed. Continuous power outages are a pleasant surprise for some people, …

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Rolls-Royce closes its Virginia jet parts plant, including 280 plants

Fox Business Flash headlines are here. See what you click on FoxBusiness.com. Rolls-Royce confirmed on Saturday that Rolls-Royce will close its aircraft parts plant in central Virginia in the middle of next year, leaving 280 people unemployed. According to the “Richmond Times” report, the closure was the result of reduced global travel during the COVID-19 pandemic. The factory has laid …

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Fauci called the Trump administration’s distorted speed of action “unfortunate” and hinted at the “rueck speed”

Proactively producing vaccines to prevent delays in listing is a wise strategy, but infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony said that the name “Operation Warp Speed” proactively proposed by the Trump administration may make people doubt the safety of vaccines. Fauci Fauci tells us that the name “operating twist speed” is a bit “unfortunate term”, and it often “implies reckless speed.” …

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Anchorage and Fairbanks airport franchise will permanently lay off 142 workers

A company that manages food services at Anchorage and Fairbanks International Airports said it plans to permanently lay off more than 140 jobs in October, months after COVID-19 began to reduce travel. According to HMSHost, the layoffs include 123 workers at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and 19 workers at Fairbanks International Airport. The warning to state employment officials is …

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Pasadena implemented a power outage because the state’s grid was hit by the third phase of emergency – Pasadena now

[UPDATED] The heat wave in California prompted the state’s grid manager to declare a state of emergency in the third phase and instructed utilities to initiate rotating blackouts throughout California. Margie Otto, a spokesperson for the Pasadena Water and Power Authority, said: “PWP received an order from the California ISO at around 7pm last night to cut about 5 megawatts …

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Vaccines must undergo rigorous safety tests before they are approved for use in the United States and many other countries. The claim that the “mortality” of the COVID-19 vaccine is 33% is invalid

Claim “Will you choose a vaccine with a mortality rate of 33% to protect against a virus with a mortality rate of 0.06%?” detail Inaccurate: Scientific evidence does not support the claim that the COVID-19 vaccine mortality rate is 33%. The claim may be based on a separate false statement about a COVID-19 vaccine trial that does not exist in …

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Layoffs hit Mohegan Sun

Montville, Connecticut — Mohegan Sun announced that it will lay off workers who are on leave but have not yet been recalled to work. The NBC CT report stated that the move could result in 1,000 unemployment. Jeff Hamilton, President and General Manager of Mohegan Sun, issued the following statement regarding layoffs: “Due to the impact of COVID-19, effective September …

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