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Former President Barack Obama presided on Tuesday over a ceremonial groundbreaking at the future Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, saying he hopes the facility will be a hub of global civic activism. Construction of the $700 million center, blocks from the University of Chicago on the city's South Side, began in August despite opposition from local activists. Donations to the Obama Foundation are paying for the project.
Black women who have championed diversity and inclusion in entertainment weigh in
Jason Kilar, currently CEO of WarnerMedia, admitted that he feels disappointed that he will likely be out of the job within a year. AT&T is in the midst of spinning off WarnerMedia to combine it with Discovery, a deal expected to close in mid-2022 pending regulatory approvals. Kilar has told staffers that he expects to […]
North Korea has successfully tested a new hypersonic gliding missile, state media reported Wednesday, in what would be the nuclear-armed nation's latest advance in weapons technology.
United Airlines will dismiss nearly 600 employees who refused to comply with a requirement to be vaccinated for Covid-19, company officials said Tuesday.
Humans can probably live to at least 130, and possibly well beyond, though the chances of reaching such super old age remain vanishingly small, according to new research.
People in Britain have reported a first worsening in their financial situation in more than a year as inflation pushes up the cost of living, a survey showed on Wednesday. The Household Finance Index published by Scottish Widows, an insurance and pensions firm, fell to 44.0 in the July-September period from 44.7 in the second quarter of the year. The last time the index decreased from one quarter to the next was in the three months to June 2020 when Britain was in the grip of its first coronavirus lockdown.
The COVID-19 pandemic badly hit enrolment into clinical trials for drugs to treat cancer, heart disease and other conditions, an industry body said in a report on Wednesday, adding that a recovery in recruitment was lagging some European peers. Last year saw the ground-breaking development of COVID-19 vaccines in record-quick time, with vaccines made by Pfizer and AstraZeneca gaining emergency approval in Britain by the end of the year, and treatment dexamethasone shown to reduce death in a British study. However, while many COVID-19 vaccine trials recruited volunteers in Britain, enrolment for trials to develop other drugs slumped.
Finally released after a lengthy delay, Craig takes James Bond to exciting, emotional places where the character has rarely, if ever, traveled
James Bond is back. And better still, he’s back as producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson always intended: on the big screen. At the world premiere of “No Time to Die” at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday, the uncertainty of where the franchise is headed after 15 years led by Daniel Craig, or […]
China’s U.N. ambassador expressed hope Tuesday that President Joe Biden will translate his statement that the United States has no intention of starting a “new Cold War” with China into actions, saying he should avoid “a confrontational approach” and “provocative attacks against China." “We sincerely hope the U.S. will walk the walk by truly abandoning the Cold War mentality,” Zhang Jun said in a virtual press conference following the annual meeting of world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly, which ended Monday.
The news comes amid a looming cost of living crisis in the UK amid inflationary pressure in many sectors.
U.S. regulators on Tuesday banned swimming with Hawaii's spinner dolphins to protect the nocturnal animals from people seeking close encounters with the playful species. Swimming with dolphins is a popular tourist activity in Hawaii. Several companies offer tours that take swimmers to areas frequented by dolphins with the aim of giving them an opportunity to get in the water with the animals.
Jesse Palmer will step into Chris Harrison’s shoes to hand out roses on ABC’s “The Bachelor,” as Variety has learned that Palmer has been named the new host of the hit dating show. Palmer, a television broadcaster and former NFL quarterback, starred as “The Bachelor” himself in Season 5, which aired in 2004. Palmer has […]
Scouts wondered why Tom Brady hadn't separated himself sooner in college. But Dick Rehbein and Bobby Grier saw that Michigan had made the mistake, not Brady.
Despite four straight months of record-breaking increases, home prices could end up reversing course in the next few years, according to one expert.
The deal announced in March to create Canada's second-largest cellular and cable operator has attracted regulatory scrutiny. The Competition Bureau said in August it obtained court orders to advance its review. The Competition Bureau said its review was ongoing and no conclusions have been made.
Board of Directors will conduct a review of the company's business activities after New York Times exposé
Walking was recently rebranded on social media, but the benefits of getting your steps in are very real.