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Disney World layoffs: 6,700 non-union staff are shedding their jobs

About 6,700 Walt Disney World non-union employees are losing their jobs because of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, according to an alert the Walt Disney Co. sent to the state. The notice is the first indication of how many Orlando employees are part of the massive layoffs the company announced Tuesday after the market…

Watch live: Comey testifies earlier than Senate Judiciary Committee on Russia probe

CBSN CBSN 2 Live Washington — Former FBI Director James Comey is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday as part of the committee's probe into the origins of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Comey, who was fired by President Trump in 2017, oversaw the investigation, called "Crossfire Hurricane," which…

5,000 pets stumbled on pointless in bins at Chinese shipping depot

Boxes that had contained live rabbits, guinea pigs, cats and dogs without food or water are seen at the Dongxing Logistics station in Luohe city, in China's Henan province, in a photo provided by the Utopia animal rescue charity. Utopia/Sister Hua Beijing — At least 5,000 pets were found dead in cardboard shipping boxes last week…

Feeble underground lakes found on Mars

This beautiful ESA image of the Martian surface is titled Cappuccino swirls at Mars' south pole. ESA/DLR/FU Berlin/Bill Dunford Be sure to pack some arm floaties and a really big drill when you fly to Mars. There may be a whole world of water-filled ponds hiding beneath the southern ice cap on the dry and…

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Offer: Kansas City Chiefs rookie CB L’Jarius Sneed breaks collarbone

11:25 AM ETAdam TeicherESPN Staff Writer CloseCovered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs rookie cornerback L'Jarius Sneed broke his collarbone during Monday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens, coach Andy Reid announced Wednesday.Asked for a timeline on Sneed's recovery, Reid said, "We'll see…

Raiders can self-discipline Derek Carr and other avid gamers; will they?

Getty Images When it comes to game-day pandemic protocols, the NFL can (and will) take action when the rules are broken. When it comes to off-site violations, the teams have the ability to take action. The first significant incident along these lines has happened in Las Vegas. Raiders owner Mark Davis doesn’t like the fact…

‘The Patriots would perchance also very well be the largest probability to the Chiefs in AFC’

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Jose Mourinho confirms Tottenham Gareth Bale blow for Manchester United fixture

Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Gareth Bale will not be available for Tottenham Hotspur's upcoming clash with Manchester United. Mourinho takes on his former club on Sunday afternoon in a huge Premier League contest at Old Trafford. It will be the third time Mourinho has faced his United successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since taking charge…

NFL disorders sturdy warning to coaches who might perhaps perhaps now now not wear masks on sideline

playNFL fines multiple coaches and teams for COVID-19 mask violations (0:39)Adam Schefter explains why the NFL has brought the hammer down with heavy fines on multiple teams -- including the Seahawks, 49ers and Broncos -- for mask violations during their games. (0:39)The NFL has issued another strong warning to coaches who won't wear masks on…

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