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NBIX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
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Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday announced the appointment of former U.N. undersecretary-general Noeleen Heyzer of Singapore as the new U.N. special envoy for conflict-torn Myanmar. Heyzer served in 1994-2007 as executive director of UNIFEM, one of the forerunners of the umbrella U.N. organization for women known as UN Women.
Flint: Who Can You Trust? was set for a North American release on October 29.
Goodbye 'Marshmallow Man'...Hello, 'thin puff'!
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The Budget and the Prime Minister’s eco-concerns lead the front pages on Tuesday.
Serge Svetnoy said "negligence and unprofessionalism" led to the fatal shooting of the cinematographer by a prop gun.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol has “deferred” its requests for several dozen pages of Trump administration records at the White House’s urging
Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey was reelected chairperson of USA Basketball on Monday, while five-time Olympic gold medalist Sue Bird and three-time gold medalist Kevin Durant were among those added to the federation’s board of directors. Dempsey, who was Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President Barack Obama, is the second person to be elected chair for back-to-back Olympic cycles, following Jerry Colangelo.
Andrew and accuser Virginia Giuffre expected to answer questions under oath
REUTERSIt has been a summer of scrutiny for the ultra-rich—and now the billionaires are fighting amongst themselves.The culprit: a so-called “Billionaire Income Tax” that Democrats in Congress are reportedly mulling to help finance Biden’s agenda. The proposal would only target several hundred of the wealthiest Americans by taxing the rising values of certain assets, like stocks, even before they are sold.“I doubt it’s legal, and it’s stupid,” the billionaire investor Leon Cooperman complained t
On Sunday, Anatoly Androsovych said he and his wife are still in disbelief following the death of their daughter
Running outside can be delightful when the conditions are perfect. But if you're trying to make running a daily habit, chances are you'll find yourself on the treadmill at some point.
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Set had experienced two prior accidental firearm discharges, anonymous worker claims
Halloween is a mix of all kinds of events as we try to navigate virtual vs. in person, but at this point, Zooming our peers is a piece of cake - we've been doing it for how long now? Whether that means you're Zooming a BFF while watching your favorite Halloween flick, attending an online costume party with your coworkers, or sharing a spooky video call with family, we're all here for the haunt. To get in the Halloween spirit, we've gathered 40 Zoom backgrounds that are eerie AF.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lupita Nyong'o (@lupitanyongo) I once did an entire ab workout using an exercise ball, so trust me when I say that this piece of equipment makes core workouts about six times harder than they look. You think it's all fun and games - just rolling around with this big bouncy ball!
Officers responded to Boise Towne Square Mall and took one person into custody
The reigning Super Bowl champions (6-1) are off to their best start in franchise history, with Tom Brady showing no signs of slowing down at age 44 and an injury-depleted defense that’s thriving, too, despite being without several key players. Without injuries in the secondary to cornerbacks Sean Murphy-Bunting, Carlton Davis and Richard Sherman, unheralded backups such Dee Delaney and Pierre Desir would not be playing much — if at all — on a talented defense that was a big part of Tampa Bay’s championship run last season. Delaney and Desir both had interceptions during Sunday’s 38-3 rout of the Chicago Bears, leaving coach Bruce Arians marveling about the job Bucs general manager Jason Licht and vice president of player personnel John Spytek have done constructing a deep roster.