Play as the clashing couple Cody and May, two humans turned into dolls by a magic spell. Trapped in a fantastical world, they’re reluctantly challenged with saving their fractured relationship by the suave love guru Dr. Hakim. A huge variety of gleefully disruptive gameplay challenges stand between them and their return to normal.
Gunmen in Nigeria on Saturday released 27 teenage boys who were kidnapped from their school last week in the northern state of Niger, while security forces continued to search for more than 300 schoolgirls abducted in a nearby state.
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While Warren Buffett isn’t known to prognosticate on where interest rates are heading, he warns that fixed-income investors “face a bleak future."
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Earlier this week, the Malmo-based group said that it had submitted a confidential filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Buffett, 90, isn’t slowing down much and seems poised to lead Berkshire Hathaway into the post-pandemic world.
The House has approved a 1.9 trillion US dollars pandemic relief bill in a win for President Joe Biden. (Feb. 27)
The data found that 42% of people felt women had been more at a disadvantage of losing their job than men in the pandemic, while 58% believed the ongoing situation makes it harder for women to get back similar opportunities.
The Communist Party of China (CPC), the ruling party of the world's most populous nation and the second largest economy, is turning 100 this year. What has been motivating the CPC to fight against one challenge after another over the past century?
Feb. 27—HARLINGEN — From households and infrastructure to wildlife, the winter storms that struck the Rio Grande Valley last week affected many. During a meeting held on Friday, the City of Harlingen Airport Board discussed their response to the winter weather. Director of Aviation Marvin "Marv" Esterly gave a report of how the airport fared during the power outages. "We were not spared here ...
Richard Holzer, a self-described white supremacist, on Friday was sentenced to 19.5 years in federal prison for conspiring to blow up Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, Colorado in 2019.The state of play: Holzer in October pleaded guilty to federal hate crime and explosives charges.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.What they're saying: "Today's sentence is another step forward in our on-going fight against extremism," U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado Jason Dunn said in a statement."Today, my last day in the office, we have sentenced the extremist responsible for the attempted bombing of the Temple Emanuel Synagogue in Pueblo. We must remain ever vigilant in this battle and I am confident the Department will continue to lead this fight," he continued.Context: Holzer planned to bomb Colorado's second-oldest synagogue, but undercover FBI agents gave him fake explosives, disrupting his plans.FBI agents made contact with Holzer after he posted on social media promoting white supremacist ideology.Like this article? Get more from Axios and subscribe to Axios Markets for free.
Feb. 27—As Gov. Jared Polis announced the next vaccination phase, Boulder County shared data that shows its Hispanic/Latino community continues to be disproportionately impacted. Meanwhile, Boulder County on Friday reported 63 new coronavirus cases, but no new deaths. Polis announced in a Friday news conference that current agriculture and grocery store workers are among the next in line to ...
Feb. 27—Longmont County Line Road: The widening and installation of left-turn lanes and intersection improvements and other work on County Line Road between Ninth and 17th avenues is underway and scheduled to be completed in April. Main Street (U.S. 287): The Colorado Department of Transportation is working on adding a northbound U.S. 287 lane between Pike Road and a point about 1,000 feet ...
Not even the coronavirus pandemic could dampen Warren Buffett's enthusiasm for the future prospects of America and his company Berkshire Hathaway Inc. He also retained his longstanding optimism for his company, repurchasing a record $24.7 billion of Berkshire stock in 2020 in a sign he considers it undervalued, and for the United States despite "severe interruptions" such as the pandemic. The letter breaks an uncharacteristic silence for the 90-year-old Buffett, who has been almost completely invisible to the public since Berkshire's annual meeting last May amid the pandemic, soaring stocks and a divisive U.S. presidential election.
Feb. 27—ABERDEEN — Class AA No. 3 Aberdeen Central's Brooklyn Kopecky took over in the fourth quarter, guiding the Golden Eagles to a 50-43 win over the Mitchell High School girls basketball team on Friday. It's the third straight loss for the Kernels, while Aberdeen Central clinched the Eastern South Dakota Conference championship. "We put ourselves in a position to win the game," Mitchell ...
Feb. 27—RAPID CITY — Alexis Hauge is no stranger to championship matches. The Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Corsica-Stickney eighth-grader will step onto the mat Saturday in search of her eighth state championship. The previous seven come in AAU tournaments, but she has long dreamt about competing in the South Dakota High School Activities Association state tournament. With the inaugural girls ...