Stimulus money could pose dilemmas in nursing homes
Nursing home residents are among the Americans getting $1,200 checks as part of the U.S. government’s plan to revive the economy. But with many long-term care facilities under lockdown to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks, what are the rules around how the money is handled?
Russell Contreras, Associated Press | Updated Jul 3rd - 4:13pm
About 150 preachers, rabbis and imams are promising to invoke Black abolitionist Frederick Douglass on July 4th as they call for the U.S. to tackle racism and poverty.
John Clyde, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jul 3rd - 3:44pm
At what speed is riding on a treadmill in a laundry basket no longer a good idea? Thanks to this man’s scientific efforts, we now know.
Mark Stevenson, Associated Press | Updated Jul 3rd - 2:03pm
Experts and cave divers in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula have found ocher mines that are some of the oldest on the continent, which could explain why ancient skeletons were found in the narrow, twisting labyrinths of now-submerged sinkhole caves.
Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press | Updated Jul 3rd - 10:40am
The Russian Orthodox Church on Friday defrocked a coronavirus-denying monk who has defied Kremlin lockdown orders and taken control of a monastery.
The Associated Press | Posted Jul 3rd - 4:27am
The U.N. nuclear agency said Friday that slightly elevated levels of radioactivity detected in northern Europe likely were related to a nuclear reactor that was either operating or undergoing maintenance, but it's still unclear where it is located.
Joseph Krauss, Associated Press | Updated Jul 3rd - 3:41am
A state-linked technology company in the United Arab Emirates has signed a partnership with two major Israeli defense firms to research ways of combating the coronavirus pandemic.
Martha Mendoza, Associated Press | Updated Jul 2nd - 10:34pm
topped with “Haolin Hair Accessories” in big red letters — was ringed with barbed wire fencing and surveillance cameras, and the entrance was blocked by helmeted police. Across the street, what appeared to be an educational facility was topped with political slogans declaring “the country has power” and urging people to obey the Communist Party. It was unclear whether the factory was part of a detention center, but former detainees in other parts of Xinjiang have described being shuttled to work in fenced, guarded compounds during the day and taken back to internment camps at night.
Brittany Poulson, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jul 2nd - 8:36pm
These 20 simple, no-oven recipes will be your best friend this summer as you work to keep your family fed and your kitchen cool.
Carter Williams | Posted Jul 2nd - 7:02pm
Did you know that there was once a tram to get up to Farnsworth Peak? Here's a look into the history of the forgotten tramway and what may come of its remaining pieces.
Roxana Hegeman, Associated Press | Updated Jul 2nd - 3:40pm
A coalition of Kansas lawmakers, religious leaders and racial justice advocates called Thursday for an investigation into a retired white police detective accused of preying on Black women for sex over decades and framing for murder the son of one of them.
Aamer Madhani, Associated Press | Updated Jul 2nd - 3:29pm
A government watchdog says the Commerce Department is trying to block the findings of an investigation into the agency’s role in rebuking forecasters who contradicted President Donald Trump’s inaccurate claims about the path of Hurricane Dorian last year.
Katie Workman, KSL.com | Posted Jul 2nd - 3:05pm
I believe this shark is having the time of its life on a magic carpet ride above a city of sand of a different type than Agrabah.
Jim Vertuno, Associated Press | Updated Jul 2nd - 1:58pm
Vanilla Ice cooled off plans for a concert in Texas after taking considerable heat for an event that sought to gather hundreds of fans in one of the nation's coronavirus hot spots.
Seth Borenstein, Associated Press | Posted Jul 2nd - 12:04pm
the biggest fishery in the United States and the source of fast food fillets — and well-known species such as sockeye salmon, brown trout, bonito, barracuda and swordfish.
The Associated Press | Posted Jul 2nd - 11:44am
The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to hear a case involving the descendants of a group of Jewish art dealers from Germany who say their ancestors were forced to sell a collection of religious art to the Nazi government in 1935.
Vanilla Ice indefinitely postpones a Texas concert that drew fierce criticism due to the coronavirus pandemic
The Associated Press | Posted Jul 2nd - 11:40am
Vanilla Ice indefinitely postpones a Texas concert that drew fierce criticism due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jul 2nd - 10:01am
Zoe Smith is fighting for her life at Primary Children’s Hospital after being diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia that will take something even more rare to save her.
Michael Balsamo, Associated Press | Posted Jul 2nd - 9:08am
A Zen Buddhist priest, who is a spiritual adviser to one of three federal death row inmates scheduled to be executed this month, filed a lawsuit Thursday arguing the Bureau of Prisons is putting him at risk for the coronavirus by moving forward with executions during a nationwide pandemic.
The Associated Press | Posted Jul 2nd - 6:39am
A Catholic priest in North Carolina will remain on administrative leave after allegations of sexual abuse against him were revealed last year, the Charlotte diocese's bishop said.
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