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RELIABLE DIETARY MEAL DELIVERY SERVICES

It can be a challenging and unpleasant experience to decide specifically what the workable alternative sounds like for you. So there’s little agreement on one “correct” way to lose weight, presumably because the physique and biological characteristics of each individual are a tad unusual. Just like fast-food lovers, there are diet-lovers and healthy-food enthusiasts who also need some services at their doorstep. First of all, it is effective for you to read the reviews on Collected.reviews to get better information on reliable services.

There are numerous apps and organizations offering their services in this sector. Five of the most amazing and reliable diet companies that are offering dietary meal services are;

1.  Purple carrot:

Being a weight loss promoter, Purple carrot offers vegan-based meals as a healthy element in their meal services. Their meals are at a very reasonable price i.e. $10-$12 per meal that everyone can afford. Their … Read More

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DOJ appeals ruling that said it can’t take the place of Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit

The Justice Department is appealing a court ruling that denied its move to substitute itself for President Donald Trump as the defendant in the defamation lawsuit brought by E. Jean Carroll, the former magazine columnist who has accused the President of raping her.



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The appeal is a sign that the Justice Department is continuing to back Trump in court even after he lost the presidential election.

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Last month, Judge Lewis Kaplan rejected the Justice Department’s attempt to replace Trump in the lawsuit. The Justice Department sought to intervene in the case, which, if approved, would have likely led to the dismissal of the case because the government cannot be sued for defamation.

“We are not at all surprised that the current Department of Justice, which filed its motion to intervene in E Jean Carroll’s case at the request of the White House, is appealing Judge Kaplan’s

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Father of 5 killed in Birmingham Captain D’s shooting to be remembered at Thanksgiving Day vigil

Friends and family with gather Thanksgiving Day to remember a Birmingham father of five who died in a shooting at Captain D’s Seafood.

Richard Deshuan Vaughn Jr., 39, was shot to death Sunday night at the Huffman restaurant. Police said officers responded at 10:33 p.m. to 9973 Parkway East and arrived to find Vaughn on the ground with a gunshot wound to the chest.

He was taken to UAB Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 12:16 a.m. Monday. Donovin Allen, 31, is charged with murder and discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling. He was booked into the Jefferson County Jail on bonds totaling $165,000.

The incident, said Sgt. Rod Mauldin, stemmed from an argument that escalated between two female employees. Others got called to the location and a fight ensued outside which led to shots being fired. Vaughn was not an employee of Captain D’s but went there

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Smaller Thanksgiving turkeys in demand, stores ordered big ones

  • Demand for “hens,” smaller, female turkeys, is outstripping demand for “toms,” larger turkeys, as families plan smaller, coronavirus-conscious Thanksgiving meals. 
  • But the trend spells a problem for supermarkets, who placed orders for big Thanksgiving turkeys last January, industry analyst Anne-Marie Roerink told Business Insider.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Consumers looking to plan coronavirus-conscious, scaled-down Thanksgivings are looking for smaller turkeys this year. But those searching for slimmer birds might have a problem since supermarkets are already stocked with big ones, says grocery analyst Anne-Marie Roerink, President of 210 Analytics.

“A large number of people who would normally be hosting extended family dinners are now only celebrating with the immediate family,” said Roerink in an interview with Business Insider. The median number of people at the Thanksgiving table will be only five this year, down from eight in 2019, according to a survey by IRI.

With fewer people

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Ultra-cold freezer maker sees surge in demand

So-Low Environmental Equipment, a maker of ultra-cold freezers, is seeing a surge in demand for its products in anticipation of coronavirus vaccine distribution, leading to an inventory backlog despite its efforts to prepare.

“Right now, we are out of everything,” Dan Hensler, vice president of the Cincinnati-based company, said Wednesday on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”

Only Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech have filed for emergency use authorization with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for their Covid-19 vaccine. But the potential for approval as soon as December has put the complex logistics of distributing a vaccine into sharp focus, with the U.S. government practicing trial runs of its delivery system in four states. Pfizer, which is handling the distribution of its vaccine, also has a pilot program underway.

In Texas, hospitals are making plans to potentially administer immunizations in less than three weeks. A key cog in the

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ICE says double-murder suspect was protected by California sanctuary city

Local officials called for a rethink of sanctuary policies Wednesday after confirming that the man arrested for a stabbing rampage at a California church over the weekend was an illegal immigrant with a lengthy criminal record and multiple deportation requests from ICE, all of which were refused.

Fernando De Jesus Lopez-Garcia had been deported three times before and had nearly 15 years of run-ins with police. His rap sheet included disturbing the peace, lying to police, resisting arrest, assault with a deadly weapon and felony domestic violence.

He was released three times over the past two years in defiance of detainer requests, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

On Sunday, he was arrested after police found five people stabbed at a Baptist church that also runs a homeless shelter. He faces two counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder.

“Here we have catastrophic proof of the abject

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IBM to cut 10,000 jobs in Europe, most in UK, Germany: Bloomberg

  • Tech giant IBM plans to cut around 1 in 5 jobs across Europe, sources close to the matter told Bloomberg on Wednesday.
  • About 10,000 jobs face the axe, they said.
  • The UK and Germany will see the most job cuts, the sources said, and roles in its legacy managed-infrastructure IT services business are most at risk.
  • An IBM spokesperson told the publication that its staffing decisions “are made to provide the best support to our customers in adopting an open hybrid cloud platform and AI capabilities.”
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Tech giant IBM is planning to cut about 10,000 jobs in Europe, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.

The cuts will affect around 1 in 5 staff in the region, sources close to the matter told the publication.

The UK and Germany will see the most job cuts, but staff in Poland, Slovakia, Italy, and Belgium will also lose their

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Stephen Bannon switching lawyers in border wall fund case

President Donald Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon leaves federal court in New York Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020, after pleading not guilty to charges that he ripped off donors to an online fundraising scheme to build a southern border wall.
President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon leaves federal court in New York Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020, after pleading not guilty to charges that he ripped off donors to an online fundraising scheme to build a southern border wall.Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/AP

NEW YORK (AP) — A prominent Washington lawyer defending President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist against charges that he cheated donors to a southern border wall notified a judge Wednesday that he’s no longer the right lawyer for the job.

Attorney William A. Burck sent a letter to the trial judge in Manhattan federal court to say that Burck and Stephen Bannon had amicably agreed that new lawyers would be better suited to Bannon’s defense strategy.

He said Bannon is looking for new attorneys.

Bannon faces a May 24 trial on criminal charges alleging that Bannon and at

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Holiday could undo virus progress

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota health officials warned Wednesday that the state’s recent progress in slowing the COVID-19 infection rate could be undone by holiday gatherings.

The state added 28 more deaths from the illness caused by the coronavirus, pushing the November total to 424, which is one fewer than the 425 the state had in every other month of the pandemic combined.

Despite the sharp increase in deaths, the average number of new daily cases has declined over the past two weeks. But health officials warned that Thanksgiving gatherings could lead to a resurgence.


Although cases have recently had a modest drop, South Dakota still has the nation’s second-highest number of new cases per capita over the last two weeks, according to Johns Hopkins researchers. Roughly one out of every 50 people has tested positive in the last two weeks, according to Johns Hopkins researchers.

“We are

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Mohammed bin Salman’s Human Rights Mirage in Saudi Arabia

Abdullah could never have taken his girlfriend to a cafe when they started dating. Attending music concerts featuring American pop stars was also in the realm of the impossible. But in the “New Saudi,” as he puts it, many such freedoms have been bestowed upon the public. There are more avenues for entertainment, mingling between the sexes has become easier among the relatively liberal, and women are allowed to drive.

These small mercies have been sold as major reforms to both Saudis and the West. The Saudi government’s aim is to win over Saudi Arabia’s youth—two-thirds of Saudi Arabia’s population is under the age of 35—and discourage them from challenging the monarchy. It has the additional goal of luring foreign investment to help diversify the economy.

Last week, Saudi Arabia became the first Arab nation to host the G-20, the yearly summit of the world’s top leaders to discuss shared

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