Deshaun Watson settles 20 of 24 sexual misconduct lawsuits | Nation / World News

Deshaun Watson settles 20 of 24 sexual misconduct lawsuits |  Nation / World News

HOUSTON (AP) – Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson has reached an agreement to settle 20 of the 24 civil lawsuits that had been filed by women who accused him of sexual assault and harassment, an attorney for the women said Tuesday. Watson, who has been accused by massage therapists of harassing, assaulting or touching them …

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Pulsic Enhances Unity Chip Planning Technology with Incremental Floor-planning Capability to Speed ​​IP block Placement, Planning

Pulsic Enhances Unity Chip Planning Technology with Incremental Floor-planning Capability to Speed ​​IP block Placement, Planning

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pulsic, the premier provider of custom physical design tools for precision automation of analog, custom-digital and mixed-signal designs, today announced significant additions to its flagship Unity product to ease use of IP and embedded integrations and improve custom design flexibility . Pulsic’s Unity platform is designed for top-down and bottom-up implementation of …

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French Opposition Tells ‘Arrogant’ Macron: Compromise to Win Support | World News

By Michel Rose and Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) – French opposition leaders told beleaguered President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday that they would not make life easy for him as he sought a way to avoid political paralysis after this weekend’s election setback in parliament. Macron should fire his prime minister, some opponents said, after he …

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Pet crocodiles shot by owner in North Queensland after being denied renewal permit

A dead crocodile on concrete with a bullet wound in its head

A North Queensland man says he felt he was left with no choice but to shoot his two beloved pet saltwater crocodiles after being denied a renewal permit to continue keeping the animals. Key points: An Innisfail man has delivered the carcasses of two pet saltwater crocodiles to government offices after being denied a permit …

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US Pools Close, Go Without Lifeguards Amid Labor Shortage | Indiana News

By ARLEIGH RODGERS and CLAIRE SAVAGE, Associated Press/Report for America INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Manager Ashley Ford strode the perimeter of one of Indianapolis’ five open swimming pools, monitoring kids as they jumped off a diving board or careened into the water from a curved slide. Four lifeguards, whistles at the ready, watched from their tall …

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Odinga’s Running Mate in Kenyan Election Promises Corruption Crackdown if Elected | World News

NAIROBI (Reuters) – The alliance led by Kenyan presidential candidate Raila Odinga will come down hard on corruption if it wins in August, his running mate Martha Karua said, but dismissed her nickname “Iron Lady” as a sexist trope directed at tough women leaders . “Strong leadership in women is seen as an exception and …

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Jabil Teams with SolarEdge to Advance Smart Energy Technology

Jabil Teams with SolarEdge to Advance Smart Energy Technology

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jabil (NYSE: JBL) today announced that it is teaming up with SolarEdge, a global leader in smart energy technology, to help change how power is and managed in photovoltaic (PV) systems. A shared focus on manufacturing excellence and automation has led to the installation of more than 2.5 million intelligent power inverters …

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‘Mystery monkey’ could mean its parent’s species may be in trouble

'Mystery monkey' could mean its parent's species may be in trouble

A puzzling primate might be the offspring of two distantly related species. And this monkey business is worrying scientists. Six years ago, tour guide Brenden Miles was traveling down the Kinabatangan River. He was on the Southeast Asian island of Borneo. This was in an area that’s part of Malaysia. Suddenly, he spotted an odd-looking …

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