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The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol votes on whether to hold Steve Bannon, onetime adviser to former President Donald Trump, in contempt of Congress for failure to comply with a subpoena.
Greg MacCurtain is running with his daughter Abby to raise money to find a cure for her neurological disorder, Leigh's Disease
Alex Morgan said increased investment in the women's game must be part of any plan for a biennial World Cup. Morgan, a star on the U.S. women's national team, is part of a FIFA technical advisory group announced this week that is looking into a proposal to stage the World Cup every two years. “We looked at not only the financial part of it when it comes to the World Cup, but also increasing the number of federations that have women’s teams that play year-round, not only play in qualifiers once every four years -- or possibly in the future once every two years,” Morgan said.
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Britain should temporarily allow more young people from the European Union back into its labour markets to fix the shortage of staff facing many companies, a human resources trade body said on Wednesday. Many of the problems pre-dated the coronavirus pandemic and were therefore unlikely to be resolved once the economy returns to a more normal footing, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development said. Prime Minister Boris Johnson this month promised to do away with what he called "the old failed model of low wages, low skills, supported by uncontrolled immigration", and promised a high-wage, high-productivity economy thanks to Brexit.
Manchester airport’s Terminal 2 reopens after reports of suspicious package. Terminal was evacuated on Tuesday afternoon but police investigation found ‘no security threat’
The Fox News anchor, who has MS, said: “Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation.”
Grupo Aeromexico, which operates Mexico's largest airline, reported on Tuesday a net loss of 2.24 billion pesos ($108.7 million) in the third quarter, versus a net loss of 2.88 billion pesos from the same period last year. Aeromexico, which has been undergoing a reorganization under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the United States, posted 13.23 billion pesos in revenue for the third quarter, up from 4.67 billion a year earlier. "Despite the complex environment, the market has shown signs of recovery," Aeromexico said in a filing with the Mexican stock exchange.
British foreign minister Liz Truss will travel to Saudi Arabia and Qatar this week, seeking to further the case for a trade deal with Gulf countries and deepen diplomatic ties. Truss, formerly Britain's trade minister, will meet her Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan and Qatar's Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani during the visit, the foreign office said.
Evidently, the Super Bowl parade plans are on hold in Buffalo after the Bills’ so-called redemption tour hit a speed bump in Tennessee. The soaring expectations of over-reaction Monday following last week’s convincing win over one Buffalo nemesis, the Kansas City Chiefs, gave way to the deadening thud of over-reaction Tuesday, after the Bills were pushed around in a 34-31 loss to another nemesis, the Titans. Buffalo (4-2) enters its bye week knowing there aren’t many opponents who can match Tennessee’s Derrick Henry-led pounding running attack.
The highly-rated 19-year-old came off the bench and scored a classy goal as City eased to a 5-1 win over Club Brugge.
Britain's Royal Mint said on Wednesday it planned to build a plant in Wales that could reclaim hundreds of kilograms of gold and other precious metals from electronic waste such as mobile phones and laptops. Gold and silver are highly conductive and small quantities are embedded in circuit boards and other hardware, along with other precious metals. The more than 1,100-year old mint said it had partnered with a Canadian start-up called Excir which has developed chemical solutions to extract the metals from the circuit boards.
As the 2021-22 NBA season begins, here are my predictions for what will inevitably be another wild season around the league.
Last week's kidnapping in broad daylight of 17 US and Canadian missionaries and their families in the Haitian capital highlighted criminal gangs' growing hold on the country, fueled by a deep political crisis and the powerlessness of the judicial system.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber is expected to take centre stage on Wednesday in a court battle that erupted after Spain's Santander withdrew a multimillion-euro offer to the Swiss lender's former top investment banker to be its CEO. Italian banker Andrea Orcel is suing Spain's largest lender after it dropped the job offer almost three years ago in a dispute over his pay package. The case revolves around whether a four-page offer letter to Orcel in September 2018 was a binding contract or a non-binding initial offer, as Santander Chairman Ana Botin asserted in the first session of the Madrid court hearing in May.
Yahoo Finance chats to the makers of Tungsten Cubes and why the crypto community is fascinated by them.
A study by the FCA found new investors were unlikely to understand the lack of protection and the risk to their money.
FCA to warn younger investors off cryptos and other high-risk products. Hype and the thrill of gambling are pushing inexperienced people into danger, says City watchdog
The TUC complained that the ads for The Workers Union implied that the company was an official trade union, when it was in fact a company.
Companies who do not decarbonise might risk losing contracts with big clients, the British Business Bank warned.