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BMAC’s CEO Enzo Villani told CoinDesk via email on Monday the next step was to “find the right target for the SPAC and execute a merger.”
Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit on Monday against the U.S. congressional committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, alleging it made an illegal request for his White House records. Trump asserted in the filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia that materials sought by the House of Representatives' Jan. 6 Select Committee are covered by a legal doctrine known as executive privilege, which protects the confidentiality of some communications between White House officials.
The league will be examining expansion and is expecting applications from six schools this week – Florida Atlantic, Charlotte, North Texas, UTSA, Rice and UAB – sources told Yahoo Sports.
Julio Jones kept his concentration when a pass bounced off a helmet, straight into the air.
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.
South Korea’s military says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile to its eastern waters as it continued a recent streak of weapons tests apparently aimed at pressuring Washington and Seoul over a stalled nuclear diplomacy. Nuclear negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang have stalled for more than two years over disagreements in exchanging the release of crippling U.S.-led sanctions against North Korea and the North’s denuclearization steps.
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The three-time Grammy winner marked her first anniversary with Fontaine in a sweet Instagram post on Monday
Mel Brooks, 95, will write and executive produce a sequel series to the 1981 comedy for Hulu
Wearing a helmet which beams infrared light into healthy skulls showed improvement for healthy volunteers’ brain function, a study found.
House explosion in Ayr puts four people in hospital. Emergency services at scene after blast in western Scottish town that was heard several miles away
Nobody who has ran with the ball in an NFL game this season reached a higher speed than Derrick Henry.
It will also support up to 240,000 jobs across the UK by 2035, they said.
Supermarket giant launches new trial metres from site of abandoned attempt by Sainsbury’s
Thousands of ethnic Chinese have lived in North Korea for generations
Whale watchers were treated to a massive pod of dolphins stampeding alongside their boat off Dana Point, California.This footage, supplied to Storyful by boat tour agency Capt. Dave’s Whale Watching, captures the dolphins jumping in and out of the blue Pacific waters.The agency said the footage was shot on October 17 and estimated there were as many as 400 dolphins, including calves, in the pod.“Dolphin stampedes happen spontaneously throughout the year,” they said. Credit: Capt. Dave’s Whale Watching via Storyful
A Haitian gang has been blamed for kidnapping a group at a Haitian airport that included 17 missionaries, five of them children, according to officials. Nineteen people were abducted by a gang at a checkpoint in Haiti during an airport run on Saturday, a source at the U.S. embassy told ABC News. Included in the group are 17 missionaries -- 16 Americans and one Canadian -- and two Haitian citizens, according to the U.S. Embassy.
The dollar languished near the bottom of its recent range against major peers on Tuesday, knocked back by weak U.S. factory data overnight and on market wagers of faster normalisation of monetary policy in other countries. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six peers, weakened 0.05% to 93.894 from Monday. Elsewhere, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey sent a fresh signal for early U.K. rate hikes by saying on Sunday that the central bank will "have to act" to counter rising inflation risks.
A letter signed by more than 19,000 people will be delivered to Boris Johnson by charity WaterAid