A HuffPost/YouGov poll shows what voters care most about -- and how well that matches up with what Donald Trump and Joe Biden are saying.
VanEck announced today its distributions per share for its VanEck Vectors® exchange-traded funds.
Two people have pleaded guilty to murder charges in the deaths of two teenage siblings found buried outside their Georgia home and will testify against the siblings' father and others facing the death penalty in the case, prosecutors said Friday. During a court hearing in Effingham County, Assistant District Attorney Brian Deal said the stepmother of victims Mary Frances Crocker and Elwyn John Crocker Jr. had agreed to a plea deal that includes a sentence of life without parole. Candice Crocker had faced a possible death sentence if convicted in the slayings of her stepchildren.
The Rams (5-2) activated Robinson to their 53-man roster Friday, but they haven't decided whether the hulking defensive tackle will play Sunday at Miami (3-3). The fifth-year pro has been practicing for two weeks, and he should provide an all-around boost to the interior of Los Angeles' defensive line when he finally gets the go-ahead to make his Rams debut. The 6-foot-4, 330-pound Robinson has obvious skills as a run-stopper, but he also batted down 16 passes during his first four NFL seasons with the Detroit Lions.
The Las Vegas Raiders activated right tackle Trent Brown from the COVID-19 list and could have him available a week after he missed a game because of a positive coronavirus test. Brown took part in his first practice Friday since being sidelined on Oct. 21 because of the positive test. Brown's test also forced the Raiders to practice all last week without the starting offensive line because of “high risk” close contacts with Brown.
"Truly an unique soul who has had such an incredible influence on my life," wrote the hall of famer's cousin Nasir Adderley, who plays on the Chargers
The Buccaneers defensive end can't wait to face his old team.
A stampede out of tech stocks put the finishing touches on the worst week for the stock market since March. Economic worries also weighed on the market as new records set during the global health crisis fueled fears of slower business activity going forward. The Dow fell 157 points. The S&P 500 gave up 40 points. And the Nasdaq was slammed by 274 points. Stocks have fallen for the past two months and that could have implications for next week's elections, says Strategic Wealth Partners Senior Wealth Advisor Tony Zabiegala. "If you look back in history, the S&P 500 from August 3rd to November 3rd - that three month span, if it's positive, the incumbent wins 87 percent of the time, OK? If it's negative, the current president is replaced by its opponent. So right today, on Friday, today it went negative. So there's a signal there saying that Trump may lose. And then if you start looking at some of the sectors that would benefit from a Biden win, they have been doing very well the last few weeks and vice versa, the Trump trade, you know, the stocks that would be good in a Trump victory have been selling off." Investors were picky when it came to hi-tech earnings. Facebook, Apple and Amazon each beat forecasts, but not without a few hiccups. Apple had weak iPhone sales, Facebook gave a disappointing outlook and costs are going up at Amazon... and with those stocks up 25 to 60 percent so far this year investors did not get the absolute perfection they were looking for. Facebook shed 6 percent. Apple and Amazon lost more than 5 percent. But that was nothing compared to Twitter. The micro-blogging site slumped 21 percent after signing up fewer subscribers than hoped for. The one bright spot in tech-land: Google parent Alphabet. The stock jumped nearly 4 percent as a resumption in ad-buying boosted sales.
He has so far resisted pressure to reintroduce nationwide restrictions, despite calls for a ‘circuit-breaker’ to curb the rise in coronavirus cases.
Premier League clubs voted against continuing with five replacements.
A Mexican television journalist has been shot to death in the border city of Ciudad Juárez, across from El Paso, Texas, prosecutors reported Friday. Prosecutors in Chihuahua state said journalist Arturo Alba Medina was found shot to death on a street late Thursday. “The commitment of the state government and the orders from the governor are to use all available resources to solve this situation," said state Attorney General César Peniche Espejel.
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CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global provider of property information, insight, analytics and data-enabled solutions, today announced that Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. ("ISS"), the leading independent proxy advisory firm, has recommended that CoreLogic shareholders vote against removal of the majority of CoreLogic’s directors sought by Senator and Cannae.
Ellen Page and Paris Berelc have boarded gaming comedy "1UP," with Kyle Newman directing in what could be the first feature film for BuzzFeed Studios. Berelc will portray a gamer who quits her college esports team due to sexism from her male counterparts. To keep her scholarship, she's forced to assemble an all-female team and […]
The Good Morning Britain host offered an update on her husband's condition.
Sony/ATV Music Publishing has signed music producer and songwriter Johnny Goldstein to a worldwide co-publishing deal, the company announced Friday. Sony/ATV has also partnered with Artist Publishing Group (APG) to provide creative services to Goldstein. Goldstein, a Variety Hitmaker of the Month, worked with Will.I.Am to produce the Black Eyed Peas’ eighth studio album “Translation,” for […]
Community Health Systems, Inc. (the "Company") (NYSE: CYH) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, CHS/Community Health Systems, Inc. (the "Issuer"), has commenced tender offers (the "Tender Offers") to purchase for cash its outstanding (i) 6.875% Senior Notes due 2022 (the "2022 Notes"), (ii) 8.125% Junior-Priority Secured Notes due 2024 (the "Junior-Priority 2024 Notes"), (iii) Junior-Priority Secured Notes due 2023 (the "Junior-Priority 2023 Notes") and (iv) 6.875% Senior Unsecured Notes due 2028 (the "2028 Notes" and, together with the 2022 Notes, Junior-Priority 2024 Notes and Junior-Priority 2023 Notes, the "Notes") up to an aggregate principal amount that will not result in a maximum aggregate purchase price (excluding accrued and unpaid interest) that exceeds $400 million (the "Maximum Aggregate Purchase Price"), subject to the order of priority and proration provisions as set forth in the Offer to Purchase and Consent Solicitation Statement, dated October 30, 2020 (the "Offer to Purchase").
Paul Feig will steer an American version of the mockumentary sitcom.
The Miami Marlins declined their $4 million option for 2021 on reliever Brandon Kintzler, who gets a $250,000 buyout. Kintzler had a 2.22 ERA and 12 saves in 24 games this year, and helped the Marlins reach the playoffs for the first time since 2003. Kintzler, 35, has 61 saves in 11 major league seasons with five teams.
Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis was recently named Judge of the Year by the Washington State chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a national organization that works to advance the civil jury trial and elevate the standards of the legal profession.