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Many A list Hollywood actors could effectively portray Mike Tyson, but Jamie Foxx fits the bill for several reasons. During the COVID 19 lockdown, both men have made headlines for their social media activity, with Tyson planning a comeback at age 53 and Foxx confirming his lead role in the upcoming biopic Finding Mike. Here''s why an iconic performance will involve much more than a body transformation and a spot on Tyson impersonation.With Foxx, his pop culture persona will always affect how moviegoers interpret dramatic performances. For example, a certain demographic may always view him as the stand up comedian who became a prominent figure on the sketch comedy series In Living Color, while others may forever perceive him as Ray Charles the subject of his Oscar Winning performance in Ray. At this point, however, Foxx has demonstrated his ability to carry hard hitting dramas, evidenced by roles in Any Given Sunday, Collateral Damage, Miami Vice, and many more. Depending on who writes and directs Finding Mike (Terence Winter and Martin Scorsese were originally attached), the biopic could be the ideal showcase for Foxx''s complete skill set as an actor.
As many as 25,000 non locals have been granted domicile certificates in Muslim majority Jammu and Kashmir since May 18, which local politicians believe is the beginning of a move to disturb the demographic profile of the region, Anadolu Agency reported. The certificate, a sort of citizenship right, entitles a person to residency and government jobs in the region, which until last year were reserved only for the local population.
The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the US job market. While it seems the worst of it may have passed (for now), job losses have disproportionately affected different demographics. Women and minorities have been hit especially hard.
The abrogation of Article 370 promises a sea of change for the terror stricken Union Territory of Jammu amp; Kashmir. Where it was once difficult to unfurl the Indian Flag, some now dream of holding a pride march. However, that hasn;t gone too well with a section of its resident population. After PrideKashmir announced a pride march in Lal Chowk, they have been showered with abuses on Instagram.One user commented, "We know it ''s a part of demographic change in Kashmir by RSS and Kashmiri Pandits. I don ''t have issues with LGBT Community but it ''s only propaganda by Kashmiri Pandits. We will not tolerate them anymore. " Others showered them with abuses and went to the extent of calling them cancer.
The median Indian covid 19 patient is just 39 years old, and over 70 female patients contracted it from a male relative, an analysis of the demographic details of over 2,500 Indian patients shows.While the health ministry s website and many other privately run dashboards collect daily updated numbers for the total number of cases and death, the COVID 19 India Network database collates anonymised information about each patient including a patient''s demographics, his or her relationship with other patients, travel history and current health status.
TwitterEmailPrintSave StoryFacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave StoryLatinos are poised to become the majority in Texas in a matter of years. Will they bring their power to bear in the 2020 election?Photographs by Bill McCullough for The New YorkerThe weekend before Super Tuesday, Manuel Ortiz, a student at the University of Texas at Austin, drove to Montopolis, a majority Latino neighborhood on the city s southeastern edge. He was joined by four other college students, all canvassers for the Texas Youth Power Alliance, an initiative that aims to register three hundred thousand new voters before November. Ivy, the group s field organizer, parked her aqua Honda in front of Nuestra Se ora de los Dolores, a Mission style Catholic church built in the fifties. She wore oversized glasses and spoke to the others in a sweetly commanding tone. Avoid dogs, she said. Don t go through No Trespassing signs, gated areas, or ones with, like, a gun sign. The shadow of the 2016 election, when Texas, reliably red, registered among the lowest voter turnouts of any state, loomed over the canvassers efforts. Ortiz, who was dressed in a light wash denim jacket adorned with pins of Selena, a raised fist, and a prickly pear was feeling restless but keen. As a canvasser, he has developed a sort of poised patience and has learned to listen without pressing. His cacti patterned bag was filled with dozens of voting guides en espa ol.Latinos, who make up nearly forty per cent of the state s twenty nine million people, have long had the lowest turnout of any demographic group in Texas. Within his family, Ortiz told me, he is the most dedicated voter. His older sister had called the day before to say that she had cast her ballot in the Democratic primary, but he had not yet convinced his parents to do so. My mom got really uncomfortable in the last Senate election, he said. She felt overwhelmed with the system, those weird voting machines they can scare people. His parents are from San Luis Potos , a state in central Mexico known for its mining industry. They settled in Southern California in the eighties, and became eligible for amnesty under a sweeping immigration reform bill signed by Ronald Reagan in 1986. Before Ortiz was born, the family moved to Eula, a settlement in northern Texas, where residents have been voting Republican since the late sixties and Latinos remain a minority. The outcome of the 2016 election, Ortiz s first as a voter, hurt a lot to see, he told me. All of those people had heard his Donald Trump s hateful rhetoric and they were O.K. with it. But it also made me want to fight back. Early this year, he had mailed an absentee ballot back home. I want people from my area, which is generally a lot more conservative, to know that there is some Democratic presence there, he said.
Millennial parents are strongly motivated by their work life balance, including devoting time to raising children. Image: REUTERS Kai Pfaffenbach 11 Dec 2019 Aazia Mickens Dessaso Global Shaper, Norfolk Hub, Predictions for 2030: What if we get things right? Read the series Most Popular Successful carbon removal depends on these 3 conditionsNeil Yeoh 09 Dec 2019 7 shocking statistics that show the cost of corruptionSean Fleming 09 Dec 2019 5 transgender people who made history in 2019Kate Whiting 09 Dec 2019 More on the agenda Forum in focus Young Global Leaders empowered to tackle the world s most pressing challenges Read more about this project Explore context Youth Perspectives Explore the latest strategic trends, research and analysis The traditional office is losing the battle for an emerging group of workers: millennial parents. Millennial women accounted for 82% of US births in 2016. At the same time, millennials made up 29% of the adult US population and more than a third of the US workforce. This demographic shift has applied upward pressure on companies to provide basic benefits like parental leave and childcare assistance, though making good on this is far from universal. While that fight rages on, many millennial parents are leveraging digital technological advances to redefine the workplace. Here are four ways millennial parents will impact the future of work, according to trend data.
After stumbling to a season low the week before, The Masked Singer picked itself up and owned Wednesday in primetime, with Fox ''s popular celebrity driven costumed reality singing competition scoring a night high 1.9 rating in the adults 18 49 demographic and 6.67 million viewers.
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NBC scored another ratings win Tuesday night as America #39;s Got Talent and Bring the Funny swept all three hours of primetime. The latter also had its biggest total audience in more than a month.America #39;s Got Talent declined slightly in adults 18 49 with a 1.4 rating, off from 1.5 a week ago. It improved some in total viewers with 9.39 million versus 9.11 million last week. Bring the Funny, meanwhile, is at a five week high in viewers with 3.81 million and was steady in the 18 49 demographic at 0.7.
All was fairly calm on the TV ratings front Tuesday, with NBC dominating primetime despite America 's Got Talent slipping a tenth from last week with a 1.4 rating in the 18 49 adults demographic and a night leading 9.39 million viewers. Comedy competition Bring the Funny in its cfollowed and held steady with a 0.7 rating and 3.81 million viewers.
Turkey and the United States appeared to climb down from another crisis in eastern Syria in early August. The agreement to coordinate the establishment of a safe zone along the Syria Turkish border leads to another stage in a process that began in December when the White House announced that the United States would leave Syria. It is a process that neither pleases Turkey nor U.S. partners on the ground among the Syrian Democratic Forces and it likely ensures more crises in the future. The decision by President Donald Trump to withdraw from Syria in December 2018 was presaged by threats from Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan to turn the east of the Euphrates into a peaceful and livable place for its true owners just like the other areas we have made secure in Syria. Tukey had asserted last year that ISIS was defeated and that it could deal with eastern Syria if the United States left, including tamping down ISIS remnants. This threatened a collapse of eastern Syria as the political echelons linked to the SDF opened discussions with Damascus and scrambled to send a delegation to Washington in January to encourage the United States to stay. In the end the United States did stay in Syria, seeking a slow drawdown and asking European countries to contribute more troops. The safe zone concept has been increasingly floated since January 2019 with claims that it could reach thirty kilometers into Syria and run along some four hundred kilometers of border to the Euphrates river. That s around the size of Connecticut and takes in most of the Kurdish population centers of eastern Syria. U.S. officials and lawmakers, such as Sen. Lindsey Graham, have said that while the United States understands Turkey s concerns, the United States should not ditch its SDF partners who defeated ISIS in eastern Syria, liberated Raqqa, and lost thousands of fighters between 2014 and 2019. The Pentagon understands the importance of keeping eastern Syria stable, detailing in a Department of Defense Inspector General report released on August 6 how the U.S. led coalition against ISIS was investing in training 110,000 security forces in eastern Syria. The Pentagon report details how the drawdown since December has led to concerns about ISIS resurgence and also notes that the Syrian Democratic Forces in place today face challenges securing former ISIS supporters in detention facilities. In short, eastern Syria needs more investment and yet the crisis with Turkey continues to bubble up every few months at the most critical time. U.S. envoy James Jeffrey, who is both the Special Representative for Syria and the anti ISIS envoy, went to Turkey on July 22 to seek to avert the latest Turkish threat to launch a military operation into eastern Syria. Media in Turkey emphasized that Ankara was serious this time about launching an operation, one it has threatened to do for a year. Ankara s calculations here are multilayered. Prior to the Afrin operation in January 2018, where Turkish forces and Turkish backed Syrian rebels attacked the Kurdish People s Protection Units (YPG) in an area they held in northwest Syria, Ankara had warned about the operation for months. The key came in January 2018 when Turkey was able to get assurances from Russia about using Syrian air space. Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in July 2019 that Turkey would launch the operation if the safe zone was not established. Anadolu s report at the time noted that Turkey s threats were also tied to the S 400 controversy where Turkey has purchased Russia s air defense system and the United States has sought to remove Ankara from the F 35 program. The move might trigger a unilateral Turkish military operation, Turkey s Anadolu news noted Erdogan said on July 26 that Turkey was determined to shatter the terror corridor east of the Euphrates, no matter how the negotiations with the U.S. concludes. Turkey views U.S. partners among the SDF, particularly the YPG, as part of this terror corridor. He said, those who put their trust in foreign powers in the region will be put underground. These are harsh words from Turkey. Ankara directly links the potential operation in eastern Syria with the F 35 and S 400 issue, which appears to show that the threat of the operation is meant to deter the United States from sanctions over the S 400. Yet Ankara insists that in either scenario it will eventually go into eastern Syria. The only way to avoid this is for a safe zone that is largely on Ankara s terms. The United States scrambled in late July and the first days of August to prevent the operation. Turkey said it could not tolerate the cancer on its southern border, while recently appointed U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said any operation would be unacceptable on August 5. As if on cue, someone used the Special Operation Joint Task Force Twitter account for Operation Inherent Resolve to tweet on August 5 that our partners in northeast Syria have sacrificed much to consolidate gains and keep peace and stability. The following day, another coalition Twitter account highlighted the role of its partners in eastern Syria. Officials with the SDF warned that a Turkish operation would lead to a major conflict. Ankara said that it wants to do in eastern Syria what it carried out in Afrin, Jarabulus and Al Bab. These are the three areas that Turkey occupies in northern Syria from which it launched operations in 2016 and 2018. Ankara told Turkish media on August 4 that it had informed Moscow and Washington about its upcoming operation into areas in eastern Syria. This would allegedly mean Turkish armor and air forces could attack the SDF, which is partnered with the United States. How that would work, considering that the coalition controls the air space in eastern Syria, was unclear. Russia has frequently slammed the United States for occupying eastern Syria, alleging that Washington trades oil and trains terrorists. Turkey s improving relations with Russia over the S 400 deal and Ankara s claim it informed Ankara come in this context. On August 7, the U.S. Embassy in Syria announced that a compromise had been hammered out. A rapid implementation of the agreement would address Turkey s concerns. An operations center in Turkey would be made to coordinate the safe zone. The safe zone would become a peace corridor and every effort would be made so that displaced Syrians can return to their country. Of interest in the statement was the claim that it would be done rapidly and that the United States had adopted Ankara s language of a peace corridor. The third aspect of the U.S. Turkey agreement was the assertion that Syrian refugees, many of them Sunni Arabs from other parts of Syria, would return to eastern Syria. In the past, Turkey has tried to return Syrian refugees to other parts of Syria. Reports in March 2018 noted that Turkish officials said they could not host 3.5 million Syrians forever. Turkey s TRT Turk said in March that 330,000 refugees had returned to Syria, some of them to Afrin. But these are not areas they were necessarily from. This raises concerns, particularly among Kurds, that the larger objective of a peace corridor would be demographic change, not just in Afrin but along the border area. Reports that Turkey envisions sending seven hundred thousand Syrians into the area of the peace corridor appear to confirm these concerns that Ankara s plans are multilayered. Ankara wants to defeat the SDF on the border, create tensions between the United States and its SDF partners, compel Washington into a deal over the S 400 by using Syria as leverage, and repatriate almost a million Syrians to reduce pressure on Turkey s economy. If Ankara only meets two of these objectives, then the recent crises over eastern Syria would be successful. Ankara s claims that eastern Syria would be returned to its true owners, a term that has been used before regarding Afrin, leads to questions about the message sent by assertions that those living in eastern Syria today are not the true owners. The United States, however, has no interest in becoming an arbiter of a land registry in eastern Syria; the coalition has focused primarily on security issues and the drawdown of forces after December that would reduce the number of contractors, diplomats and the semblance of investment in civil affairs. The latest Department of Defense Inspector General report made that clear as well. This leaves a constant cloud of crises hanging over eastern Syria. On the one hand there are the estimated fifteen thousand ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq and the presence of ISIS sleeper cells. Also, there is the difficulty of securing former ISIS members in detention facilities and at Al Hol camp. While the United States wants the SDF to focus on stabilization and security, inevitably the SDF is concerned about Ankara s threats and what a safe zone will mean. Can the SDF be asked to abandon areas along the border that it sacrificed heavily for in 2014 and 2015 in the battle with ISIS in places like Kobani? The U.S. experience in other places, whether Iraq, Somalia, Libya Afghanistan, or training Palestinian security forces, shows that the United States has done a poor job of nation building and acting as an arbiter between competing national groups. The approach to fighting ISIS has shown that current U.S. policy is primarily about working by, with and through local forces who help pinpoint and neutralize members of groups like ISIS. This policy is not focused on changing political systems and administering territory. 1 2 Next View the discussion thread. copy; Copyright 2019 Center for the National Interest All Rights Reserved
Consuming red meat can increase the chances of breast cancer, a study published in International Journal of Cancer this week revealed. The Sister Study was a US and Puerto Rico based nationwide prospective cohort study that evaluated environmental and genetic risk factors for breast cancer. The enrollment period was between 2003 and 2009; eligible participants were 35 to 74 year old women who had no previous diagnosis of breast cancer and are sisters or half sisters of women diagnosed with breast cancer. It was jointly done by Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, New York, National University of Singapore, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and National Cancer Institute, Bethesda.Under the study, total of 50,884 women completed the extensive baseline enrollment process, which consisted of a comprehensive interview and self completed questionnaires covering medical and family cancer history as well as lifestyle and demographic characteristics, including diet and a home exam during which height, weight and weight and hip circumference were measured.
It was an eventful night for ratings Tuesday, when America 's Got Talent dominated with a 1.4 rating in the adults 18 49 demographic and 9.53 million viewers. The NBC competition series grew two tenths from last week and provided a strong lead in for the network 's new comedy reality competition Bring the Funny (0.9, 4.50M), which also grew two tenths. NBC won the night easily in both metrics.
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A new report from Retail Economics and Womble Bond Dickinson has found that online shopping in the UK could increase from 19% of all retail sales to 53% by 2028, which is less than a decade away. With high street businesses already flagging due to the pressure felt by e commerce, this report spells very bad news. The growth in online sales, according to the report, will be driven by the changing demographics of the adult population, the development of in home deliveries, and the declining number of physical stores.The main factor behind the shift will be demographics, both Millennials, and Gen Z adults have grown up with digital playing a big part of their lives and are more comfortable shopping online than those older than them. People in these groups are now or are just about to become adults with money to spend. The report found that 66% of the Gen Z population shops online at least once every two weeks compared to just 29% of over 65s.
Enter Instagram;s newest feature: Restrict.There are already some options for dealing with bullies on the platform, like flagging content that will be sent to moderators for review. But in user research, Instagram has found that teenagers mdash; a demographic at high risk mdash; are reluctant to report or block peers who bully them. "They are often seen as very harsh options, " says Francesco Fogu, a designer who works on well being. Both can betray hurt feelings. And while blocking a bully essentially shuts down contact between two accounts, it also means that a user can no longer monitor what the bully is doing.
NBC dominated Thursday #39;s ratings, but its annual Macy #39;s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular special was down from a year ago.The two hour special averaged a 0.9 rating among adults 18 49 and 5.89 million viewers, down from 1.2 and 7.4 million a year ago. It peaked in its final half hour with the actual fireworks display, drawing a 1.4 in the 18 49 demographic and 8.9 million viewers from 9:30 10 p.m.