Postponed "MonsterVerse" blockbuster arriving March 26th in both theaters and on HBO Max
Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain George Armstrong, who played his entire 21-year NHL career with the team, died on Sunday. One of the first players of Indigenous descent to play professional hockey, Armstrong signed with the Maple Leafs in 1946. Armstrong, who spent 12 seasons as Toronto's captain, helped the club capture four Stanley Cup titles.
Asia Argento is making fresh accusations of sexual abuse against “The Fast and the Furious” director Rob Cohen. The Italian actor and director — who has been one of the most outspoken voices against sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and is an early accuser of disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein — on Sunday confirmed to […]
Larry King, the Brooklyn-bred man who became cable TV’s most well-known talk show host, has died after being hospitalized for COVID-19. He was 87.
Frenkie De Jong had opened the scoring before the break.
‘The new variant I really worry about is the one that’s out there but hasn’t been spotted’
Peter Weber first announced his split from Kelley Flanagan on New Year's Eve
The Miami Heat are bringing back some fans, with help from some dogs. The Heat will use coronavirus-sniffing dogs at AmericanAirlines Arena to screen fans who want to attend their games. ''If you think about it, detection dogs are not new,'' said Matthew Jafarian, the Heat's executive vice president for business strategy.
On this day four years ago, the former president was engaged in a burgeoning feud with the media about the size of his inauguration crowd
Uber is cutting 15 percent of Postmates' workforce, including many of its executives.
Buzzy live voice chat app Clubhouse has confirmed that it has raised new funding – without revealing how much – in a Series B round led by Andreessen Horowitz through the firm's partner Andrew Chen. While we try to track down the actual value of this round and the subsequent valuation of the company, what we do know is that Clubhouse has confirmed it will be introducing products to help creators on the platform get played, including subscriptions, tipping and ticket sales. This funding round will also support a 'Creator Grant Program' being set up by Clubhouse, which will be used to "support emerging Clubhouse creators" according to the startup's blog post.
Thousands of Brazilians took the streets for a second day on Sunday to call for the impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro, who is under fire for his government's response to rampant cases of COVID-19, which has claimed more than 216,000 lives in the country. "When Bolsonaro arrived, we voted for him for his proposals that we found interesting, but the situation now with the pandemic is terrible”, said Meg Fernandes, a 66-year-old engineer who joined a protest in Rio on Sunday. “I had already been disappointed last year, but now with the situation in Manaus, I think (this government ) has to stop," she said.
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If growth and value investing were people, Growth would be the extroverted friend who's mostly a good time but can sometimes get you into trouble. Value investing involves finding and buying securities that seem to be underpriced by the market. The value investor is a bargain hunter, looking to buy stocks for less than their intrinsic value.
The stock market is riding a bullish wave, but here comes a tsunami of earnings, led by Apple and Tesla. With the Nasdaq extended, here's what to do.
Chicago Scholars, an organization providing scholarships and mentorship, is now accepting applications for the 2026 graduation class program.
Days after President Joe Biden took office and the Democrats took control of the U.S. Senate, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., would not unequivocally say Sunday that the 2020 presidential election was free and fair and called for an investigation of fraud, without providing evidence. "Sen. Paul, I have to stop you there," ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos interjected. The Department of Justice -- led by William Barr -- said there's no widespread evidence of fraud.
“When I thought of Billie Holiday, I just thought of her as a jazz singer, maybe a troubled artist, you hear about drugs, a little bit of trouble with the law,” says Lee Daniels, director of the upcoming biopic The United States vs. Billie Holiday. With all that Holiday accomplished during her storied career, rarely […]
An 85-year-old woman believed by her family to have died from the coronavirus surprised her relatives by returning to her care home nine days after they were told she had been buried, a newspaper reported on Sunday. After a mix-up over names, the family of Rogelia Blanco were informed that the pensioner died of COVID-19 on Jan. 13 and her funeral was the next day, the La Voz de Galicia newspaper said. So when she arrived fit and well back at the care home in Xove, northern Spain, on Saturday where her husband Ramón Blanco also lived, he was overwhelmed, the paper said.
Police say it's not clear if the critically injured man was the driver or not.