- EntertainmentTotal Film Magazine
Castlevania, Ozark, and more are new on Netflix this March
With nearly one million displaced Syrians massing near the Turkish border in the face of a Syrian government military offensive, President Tayyip Erdogan’s options are narrowing. Erdogan has repeatedly warned that Turkey, which backs rebels in Syria’s northwest province, would push Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s troops away from territory taken in the recent months if they didn’t pull back by the end of February.
- U.S.ABC News
Before Leah Freeman's body was found outside of her hometown of Coquille, Oregon, in 2000, her gym shoes, one of them bloody, were virtually the only physical clues police had to figure out what had happened to the missing 15-year-old. Nearly 20 years later, one of those same shoes has played a key role in freeing from prison the only person who has ever been convicted of killing her: Freeman’s high school boyfriend Nick McGuffin. McGuffin was a high school senior when he and Freeman, a freshman, were dating.
CDC Says to Prepare for Coronavirus Spread in U.S.
- HealthYahoo Entertainment
Following President Trump’s press conference on the Coronavirus, Dr. Mark Rupp, Infectious Disease Director at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, joined Lou Dobbs Tonight where he contradicted Trump. The CDC has said the spread of the virus in the U.S. is inevitable, while Trump has repeatedly said otherwise.
(Bloomberg) -- Wearing a black suit and harness, Richard Branson once leaped from the roof of a Las Vegas casino to launch one of his ventures.His fortune headed in the same direction this week.The value of the British billionaire’s stake in Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. has fallen about $1.1 billion since the company reported widening losses in the fourth quarter from a year earlier. The firm’s shares were down 24% at 9:48 a.m. in New York and have tumbled 35% since Tuesday’s close.The Las Cruces, New Mexico-based firm is planning to resume ticket sales for future space flights to show Wall Street that affluent customers are willing to pay for such adventures.Space tourism is one of the latest bets from Branson, a serial creator of companies including everything from record labels to fizzy drinks to bridal gowns. The Virgin brand he founded as a mail-order retailer in 1970 is now linked to more than 60 businesses, including British bank Virgin Money UK Plc and airline Virgin Atlantic. This month, Virgin launched an adults-only cruise ship line that aims to attract younger passengers.Branson, 69, isn’t the only billionaire betting on space. Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos both have ventures in the area, but Virgin Galactic was the first to become a public company following a merger with U.S. investment firm Social Capital Hedosophia four months ago.The company has since become a highly speculative stock, more than doubling this year before Tuesday’s after-market results as hedge funds and other investors predict it will establish a new space-tourism industry.Chief Executive Officer George Whitesides has said the company will begin customer flights this year, with Branson expected to be among those on the maiden voyage.Branson owns about half of the business, which still makes up the bulk of his $6.8 billion fortune even with Wednesday’s stock slump, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.(Updates stock performance in third paragraph.)\--With assistance from Justin Bachman.To contact the reporter on this story: Ben Stupples in London at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Pierre Paulden at email@example.com, Steven CrabillFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Despite the little official information, some of them just do not make any sense.