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It wasn't the prettiest game, but the Colts got the win.
A vigil was held in Burbank, California, on October 24, for director of photography Halyna Hutchins, who was fatally shot on the set of Rust after Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm.Hutchins, 42, died from her injuries at the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Thursday, October 21, according to the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Department.According to court records seen by the Associated Press, Baldwin was handed a gun and told it was safe, when in fact it was loaded with live rounds. In a statement, Baldwin said there were “no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother and deeply admired colleague of ours.”On Friday, the International Cinematographers Guild said: "The details are unclear at this moment, but we are working to learn more and we support a full investigation into this tragic event. This is a terrible loss, and we mourn the passing of a member of our guild’s family.’’Footage by jesshopperpole shows crowds gathered outside the IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) Local 80 headquarters in Burbank on Sunday evening. Credit: jesshopperpole via Storyful
The Beijing marathon this weekend has been postponed until further notice, organisers said, as China seeks to stamp out a Covid outbreak and return to zero cases ahead of the Winter Olympics. China reported 39 new domestic infections on Monday, in an outbreak spread by a travelling group of tourists in the latest test of the country's zero-tolerance approach with just over 100 days until the start of the Games.Organisers of Beijing's marathon said in a statement dated Sunday that the run would b
Shares of embattled Chinese developer Evergrande rose Monday after it said it had resumed work on more than 10 projects, as it sought to soothe fears about its debt struggles.
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Asian markets were mixed Monday following last week's gains with investors keeping a worried eye on a fresh Covid outbreak in China that could drag on the already stuttering economy.
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Not all drug barons are South American. One who managed to stay largely out of the limelight while he built a global empire was southern Chinese-born Tse Chi Lop who was arrested in Amsterdam earlier this year after building a $60 billion empire. Discovery is to launch documentary feature “The World’s Biggest Druglord – Tse […]
The premiere episode of the HBO show’s final season ended with a bang that gave viewers a lot to say.
Actor James Michael Tyler, who played Gunther on "Friends," has lost his battle with prostate cancer. Earlier this year, Tyler revealed to NBC's "Today" show that his fight against the illness left his lower body paralyzed, keeping him from participating in the recent HBO Max "Friends" reunion in person.
Exxon Mobil Corp wants to build carbon capture storage (CCS) hubs in Southeast Asia, similar to its project in Houston, Texas, and has started talks with some countries with potential storage options for carbon dioxide, the company's head of low carbon solutions said. Last month, the U.S. energy major said 11 companies have agreed to begin discussing plans that could lead to capturing and storing up to 50 million tonnes per year (tpy) of CO2 in the Gulf of Mexico by 2030. "Unlike in Houston, the storage capacity here is not close to the areas with the highest emissions," ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions President Joe Blommaert said at the Singapore International Energy Week.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -The Australian regulator behind a law forcing large internet platforms to negotiate licencing deals with media outlets said on Monday he was "concerned" about Facebook Inc's cooperation, seven months after the rule took effect. Under the News Media Bargaining Code, the social media giant and Alphabet Inc's Google must negotiate with news outlets for content that drives traffic to their websites or face possible government intervention. "Google is still negotiating and finalising deals with more news media companies and seems to be approaching this exercise in the right spirit," Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chair Rod Sims said in a statement.
Zahara, 16, and Shiloh, 15, walked the red carpet alongside their mom on Sunday at the 2021 Rome Film Fest
The Florida governor plans to offer $5,000 bonuses to police from other states who refuse to be vaccinated so they can interact with his constituents.
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Season five of "Insecure" starts with the heartbreaking consequences of Lawrence having a baby with Condola.
Alliance will be looking to revamp their roster after they followed up a dominant showing in the 2021 DPC regular seasons with lacklustre performances in the Majors and at TI10.
Up to 10 inches (25 cm) of rain were expected to wash over the West Coast, said meteorologist Marc Chenard of the Weather Prediction Center at the National Weather Service."It's an atmospheric river already moving through Northern California," he added, describing the storm as a "bomb cyclone," an intense weather event when the barometric pressure drops quickly.The storm follows the busiest wildfire season in California history and heightens threats of flash flooding. Much of the region is in severe, extreme or exceptional drought, as classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.