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Gruffudd filed for divorce from Evans in March after 13 years of marriage
Due out Nov, 19, Netflix's followup to the documentary smash will catch up with the former zookeeper and delve further into Carole Baskin's first marriage.
Honduras, one of the last countries in Central America to receive COVID-19 vaccine, has designated a portion of its stockpile for citizens of neighboring Nicaragua as fewer Hondurans line up to be vaccinated. Since Monday, Nicaraguans have been flocking to Nicaraguan border towns to be vaccinated with Pfizer and Moderna, rather than the Cuban and Russian vaccines on offer in their own country. The Honduran government set aside 100,000 doses for Nicaraguans and set up various vaccination sites for them along the border.
DIXON, Calif., October 27, 2021--First Northern Community Bancorp Reports Third Quarter 2021 Net Income of $4.5 Million, Up 31.7% from One Year Ago
India's Acko General Insurance said on Thursday it had raised $255 million to fund growth plans in a Series D funding round that helped the online insurer hit "unicorn" status with a valuation of $1.1 billion. Growth equity investor General Atlantic and India's Multiples Private Equity led the fundraising, Acko said, adding that Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, venture firm Lightspeed, and some existing investors had also participated in the round. Automobile insurance is Acko's biggest revenue driver and the company also offers insurance for smartphones, laptops and other home electronics products sold on the India website of Amazon, which is also an investor in the startup.
Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed allegedly told authorities she made sure rounds were "dummies," and not real bullets
Democrats on Wednesday scrambled to close the deal on President Joe Biden's landmark social spending legislation, focusing on new ways to pay for the package, including a billionaires tax the White House said the president supports. At the same time, they were hoping to make enough progress that House progressives would agree to vote for a separate Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill before Biden heads overseas Thursday. Federal paid family and medical leave is "likely" out of the "Build Back Better" social spending bill, two sources tell ABC News, a major blow to some progressives who have fought hard for this provision, after Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., once again, refused a deal.
Pinkett Smith’s marriage to Will Smith is frequently in the headlines.
A trailer for the sequel to Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness dropped Wednesday, and it promised all the drama of the original.
British car production fell by 41.5% year-on-year last month to its lowest level for a September since 1982, according to an industry body, as a lack of semiconductor chips continues to disrupt the sector worldwide. In a members' survey, more than eight in ten have been negatively impacted by the chip shortage, hit by factors such as cost rises and lower orders. "The industry is continuing to battle the effects of the pandemic with the shortage of semiconductors stalling production," SMMT Chief Executive Mike Hawes said.
Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB) soared more than 60% to a record high above $0.00008 on Wednesday, furthering a staggering rally in the popular cryptocurrency's price in recent days. Shiba Inu is now the 11th most valuable cryptocurrency, with a total market value of more than $28 billion, according to CoinMarketCap. Supporters of the so-called meme coin believe it's a worthy rival to Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE), a controversial cryptocurrency that was created as a joke and went on to rocket in value.
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks looked set to fall early Thursday amid concerns that the recovery from the pandemic will slow as elevated inflation forces tighter monetary policy. Sovereign-debt yield curves flattened.Most Read from BloombergA Deep Dive Into Squid Game's World of InequalityMeet Six People Fighting Water Scarcity Across the GlobeHamburg Is at the Heart of Germany’s Growing Dilemma Over ChinaAustralian shares slipped, while futures declined for Japan and were steady for Hong Kong. The
‘We want to make a stand and say it’s really not good enough,’ says demonstrator
LOS ANGELES, October 27, 2021--SHAREHOLDER ACTION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces the Filing of a Class Action Lawsuit Against Bristol-Myers Squibb Company.
Lloyd's of London said on Thursday it would join peers in scaling up efforts to cut carbon emissions and push members of the commercial insurance market to do the same, days before international climate talks get underway in Scotland. Lloyd's has long been seen as a laggard on climate action, leaving decisions on whether to underwrite activities in a range of heavy-emitting sectors to its 100-odd syndicate members amid sharp criticism from activists. As pressure builds on financial companies to act on climate, Lloyd's said it had joined the United Nations-convened Net Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA), a body aiming to reduce the sector's emissions and help cap global warming.
Officials in Angeles City, Philippines, opened a mobile vaccination center on October 27 in an effort to increase inoculation. Only 26 percent of the Philippine population has been vaccinated, according to reports.This footage released by the City Information Office of Angeles City shows Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr visiting a mobile vaccination bus on Wednesday during a house-to-house inoculation program, the city wrote in a caption.The Philippines’ 26 percent vaccination rate is the lowest among Southeast Asian countries, according to the Inquirer.The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised travelers to be fully vaccinated before visiting the Philippines, which remained categorized as a “Level 3: High” COVID-19 threat.The Philippine Department of Health ranked Central Luzon, where Angeles City is located, among the worst regions for coronavirus infections, with 276,235 cases as of Wednesday. Credit: City Information Office Angeles City via Storyful
Andrew Friedman is headed into an offseason filled with crucial decisions involving the Los Angeles Dodgers’ big-name free agents, a rebuild of the starting rotation and Trevor Bauer’s future with the team. As always, Friedman is guided by the ultimate goal of the monied Dodgers, saying, “The number one objective is to put ourselves in the best position to win in 2022.” After coming within two wins of reaching the World Series for the fourth time in five years, the Dodgers' president of baseball operations defined the team's postseason as “our struggle to consistently score runs.”
One labor historian said it was unprecedented to see sitting secretaries standing with workers on strike.
The man who handed Alec Baldwin the gun that killed a cinematographer admitted he didn’t fully check it, documents revealed Wednesday, as the sheriff investigating the fatal shooting spoke of “complacency” on the US movie set. Halyna Hutchins died after Baldwin shot her with the Colt .45 he was pointing at a camera for low-budget western “Rust” being filmed in New Mexico.The live round passed through her torso and struck director Joel Souza in the shoulder.Assistant director Dave Halls told dete
Atlanta’s 6-2 victory over Houston in Game 1 of the World Series drew an average of 10,811,000 viewers on Fox, up 17.5% from the record low of 9,195,000 for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ opening 8-3 win over Tampa Bay last year. Fox said Tuesday night’s game averaged 11,077,000 viewers combined for Fox, Fox Deportes for Spanish-language coverage and Fox’s streaming apps. The game was the most-streamed World Series opener at 273,619, an increase of 82%.