Miami Dolphins calm the first hours of free agency

The moving first hours of NFL free agency, in which two dozen men got very rich and the New England Patriots spent big bucks, are over. But for the Miami Dolphins, free agency hasn’t really started yet. The Dolphins still expect to add maybe two, three, four unrestricted free agents …

Read More »

Why some workers are paid extra to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Share on PinterestEmployers say paying workers for a COVID-19 vaccine saves lives and money in the long run. Sarah Silbiger / Getty Images Amtrak and other companies are paying additional employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Company officials say the money is well spent because vaccinations can help reduce sick …

Read More »

In the face of questions and backlash, PUL breaks the silence

Lack of communication since the league’s year-end fundraiser prompted questions on social media about 2021 plans March 12, 2021 by Kelsey Hayden and Charlie eisenhood in New with comments The PUL logo. After spending more than two months without releasing any official communications, the Premier Ultimate League has resumed public …

Read More »

Make residency fairer by removing The Match

As of noon on Friday March 19, more than 30,000 future physicians across the country and around the world will learn their professional destiny in residency programs for the next three to seven years. At that time, medical students receive their results in The Match, officially known as National Resident …

Read More »

Comedians to know 2020

Joyelle Nicole Johnson. Photo-Illustration: Vulture and Photo courtesy of the actor This week we’re spotlighting 20 talented writers and performers for Vulture’s annual roster “The Comedians You Should and Will Know.” Our goal is to bring the talents that rock the comedy community and the industry to a wider audience. …

Read More »

Trump economist backs Biden’s $ 1.9 trillion bailout

“They’ve put in a lot of stimulus,” Hassett told CNN Business Thursday, “but I think we have to be careful.” The former Trump administration official fears that without more help from Washington, the worsening of the pandemic will cause the US economy to repeat the first quarter of last year, …

Read More »