Dalio, Burry and more remain bearish on U.S. stocks
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The extraordinary scale of destruction from disasters like Hurricane Ian has raised debate over whether it makes sense to pour billions into reviving communities in areas that are likely to be hit again in the coming years.
- LifestyleCharlotte Observer
“This luxurious lodge was designed to graciously blend with its breathtaking natural setting,” the listing agent said of the estate.
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Video'Cobra Kai' actress Mary Mouser, 26, says she embraces her gray hairs: ‘I think they're so sexy’
Cobra Kai actress Mary Mouser is embracing her curly coils — gray hairs and all. In an interview with Shape, the 26-year-old revealed that she has been covering up "a lot" of gray hair to play her role as a 17-year-old in the martial arts comedy-drama.
Brazil's election results made it clear the right-wing movement led by President Jair Bolsonaro will remain a force even if he loses a runoff race this month.
- BusinessBlack Enterprise
See what's still keeping the Black community from closing the wealth gap.
- U.S.Associated Press
California water agencies that rely on the parched Colorado River said Wednesday they can reduce their use by one-tenth starting in 2023 in response to calls for cuts from the federal government. The agencies, which supply water to farmers and millions of people in Southern California, laid out their proposal in a letter to the U.S. Department of the Interior. California shares the river's water with six other states, tribes and Mexico.
Russia is lobbying for a secret ballot instead of a public vote when the 193-member U.N. General Assembly next week considers whether to condemn Moscow's move to annex four partially occupied regions in Ukraine after staging what it called referendums. Ukraine and allies have denounced the votes in Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia as illegal and coercive. A Western-drafted U.N. General Assembly resolution would condemn Russia's "illegal so-called referenda" and the "attempted illegal
The organization predicts trade growth will slow to 1% for 2023. That is far lower than their earlier forecast of 3.4%.
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Consumers may have finally gotten fed up with Netflix's price hikes, according to a study conducted by Reviews.org. The organization surveyed 1,000 Americans, asking about their streaming habits, subscription services, and their feelings regarding Netflix -- and the conclusion was shocking. The results revealed that 25% of Netflix's U.S. subscribers plan to cancel their subscription this year.
Who was Glenda Cleveland and where is she now? Here's the story of Jeffrey Dahmer's neighbor, the 911 call she placed, and who really ate the meat sandwiches.
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Tech reporter Allie Garfinkle looks at the sports streaming landscape after the NBA announces a new partnership with Microsoft.
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Oof, that’s gotta hurt!
- HealthLexington Herald-Leader
Proponents say Delta 8 offers a gentler high than regular weed, but U.S. regulatory agencies say it’s led to thousands of accidental poisoning calls.
Mexico will file a new lawsuit in the United States seeking responsibility for cross-border gun flows after a U.S. judge last week dismissed a separate $10 billion lawsuit against U.S. gun manufacturers, Mexico's foreign minister said on Wednesday. The lawsuit will be filed in Arizona, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said during a speech before Mexico's Senate. Mexico's foreign ministry last week said it would appeal the Sept. 30 decision of a federal judge in Boston to dismiss the lawsuit Mex
"They don't care about the lives here," the Florida governor said in a bizarre accusation following Hurricane Ian.
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Yahoo Finance reporter Ines Ferre breaks down today's market action, which saw the S&P 500 close lower after two days of gains.
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After meeting residents and business owners devastated by Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Fla., Gov. Ron DeSantis and President Biden, discussed how local, state and federal agencies can work together to help those affected by the storm.
- SportsThe Maize And Blue Review
On Wednesday afternoon, the Big Ten coaches and media released their Preseason All-Big Ten team, along with their preseason rankings. Michigan appeared fifth in the coaches' version of the rankings, while being left out of the media's version. Michigan was picked to finish fifth in the conference by the coaches in today's preseason rankings.
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Putin seizes Europe's largest power plant, signs laws annexing Ukraine regions despite military losses: Live updates
Russia's announcement claiming the plant came hours after Putin signed laws annexing the Zaporizhzhia region.
No big deal, just the future monarchs of England.
- SportsBuccaneers Wire
Von Miller says former teammate Odell Beckham Jr. has the Bucs among his potential destinations once he's back to full strength
- U.S.Idaho Statesman
The Utah woman said she plans to use her winnings toward a new car, Idaho lottery officials said.
- EntertainmentConsequence of Sound
“Paramore shows are meant to be a safe place for people," the band wrote. "If you can’t respect that, do not come.” Paramore Respond to Reports of Audience Member Assaulting Women at Utah Show Abby Jones
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The administration of Erie County Executive Brenton Davis hoped to use $5 million toward a manufacturing center in Knowledge Park.
Ugh, landlords are the worst.
This national day aims to promote community policing: ‘We make those connections happen’
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MLB playoff schedule: Wild-card game times, broadcast info, dates for division series, LCS and World Series
The 2022 MLB season is advancing into a brave new world, a 12-team postseason bracket that will decide a champion over the next month.
Valerie Bertinelli posts video of herself beginning walking journey: ‘Day 1’
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Broadway Has Always Been Black. Here's How Veteran Producer Ron Simons Thinks We Can Keep It That Way
Contrary to popular belief, and the unfortunate stereotypical demographic of theater-goers, Black people have long had a presence on Broadway. In fact, we have a rich, documented history with theater that goes all the way back to 1821, when a free Black man from the West Indies, William Alexander Brown, opened up the African Grove Theatre in New York City with America’s first Black theater troupe.
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Sports reporter Josh Schafer joins the Live show to speculate how the New York Yankee Aaron Judge's record-breaking home run ball could go for in sports memorabilia markets.
As British lender HSBC Plc explores a potential sale of its Canadian unit, lawyers and analysts say the country's concentrated banking market could discourage big domestic banks from bidding as the government has charged the antitrust regulator to push for more competition. An HSBC deal would be the first big banking sale in a decade in Canada, one of the world's most concentrated markets where the top six banks control about 80% of total assets, according to Reuters calculations, about double
- SportsDetroit Free Press
TV channel, radio, time info, score, live updates and analysis for the Detroit Tigers game vs. Seattle Mariners on Oct. 5, 2022.
- SportsRolling Stone
The Topps NOW card commemorates the Yankees slugger's record-breaking 62nd home run, which broke Roger Maris' longstanding AL record
Fast food and the waste generated from it are in a constant state of push and pull. It happened when, at the height of the world's attention on how plastic straws clog up the ocean, Starbucks committed to eliminating all single-use ones. Given its reach both nationwide and across the globe, burger giant McDonald's frequently falls under the microscope for its use of plastic in everything from its utensils to the toys that come in Happy Meals.
Fourteen more U.S. attorneys' offices are joining a multiagency effort to crack down on scams targeting seniors.
- LifestyleDaily Paws
All you need: sandpaper, glue, and a board.
- CelebrityThe Wrap
That Time Mark Wahlberg Ushered Anthony Hopkins Onto Twitter: ‘You Can Post News But Not Nudes’ (Video)
The moment came in 2016 as they were making "Transformers: The Last Knight"
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Michigan State football remains in the running for one of the top wide receiver prospects in the 2023 class