WATCH: Dry Sunday, warmer
WATCH: Dry Sunday, warmer
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The British Independent Film Awards is making some changes for its 25th anniversary, going gender-neutral with its acting categories as it also adds new performance awards, a new debut director category for feature documentaries, and two new music prizes. In doing away with “actress” and “actor” honors, BIFA joins other orgs that have recently made […]
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The trial is taking place five years after Xiao Jianhua vanished from a Hong Kong luxury hotel.
Sterling fell on Tuesday against a strengthening U.S. dollar but jumped against the euro in July thinned trade with markets watching for any sign from the Bank of England on its monetary policy path. With some liquidity expected to return to the foreign exchange market later in the day after a U.S. long bank holiday, the pound fell 0.4% against the dollar to $1.2051, marching towards a two-week low of $1.1976 hit on Friday. The euro slumped 1% to a two-decade low of $1.0306 against the dollar as the latest surge in European gas prices added to worries about a recession.
A European Union plan to label investments in natural gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly faces a final vote on Wednesday when lawmakers decide whether to accept or reject proposals that have divided governments and investors. The vote is the final hurdle in the EU's long-delayed decision on whether to add the two energy sources to its "taxonomy", a rulebook determining which investments can be marketed in Europe as sustainable. Designed to guide private capital towards truly green projects, the rules aim to set a European standard for sustainable investment and stamp out greenwashing.
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Chelsea striker Armando Broja is among several options Everton manager Frank Lampard is considering as he seeks to fill the void left by the £60 million sale of Richarlison.
A guide through the city's 'peacemakers' program, which is tapped to expand to 50 people in an effort to curb crime in Indianapolis.
Polito, of Shrewsbury, has made these relationships a cornerstone of her time in office.
Readers comment on proposed zoning changes, high GRU bills, inflation and more
The brother of a man who endured repeated abuse at Whiting Forensic Hospital hopes he can one day donate some of the $9 million won in a lawsuit against the state to programs that fund the type of supportive housing he thinks could have changed the trajectory of his brother’s life. Albert Shehadi last week became the recipient of the largest-ever lawsuit payout to an individual by the state of ...
President Biden is the only person who can unilaterally relieve 43 million borrowers of some of their collective $1.7 trillion debt. So what is he waiting for?
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Some employees are resisting mandates to return to the office, while many who do comply bring bits of home with them.
Anna and Dave Madden have refashioned Middletown's longtime Something Sweet Cafe into an Italian restaurant.