Gleyber Torres drew ire from Yankees fans after not hustling on a groundout.
Stocks rose for the first time in three days earlier on Wednesday.
Nelson left the group in December last year.
Michael Isikoff, Daniel Klaidman and Victoria Bassetti are joined by Yahoo News reporter Crystal Hill, who covered the Chauvin trial, and then by Nakia Gordon, a neuroscientist and a psychology professor at Marquette University, who talks about the range of emotional responses to what was at the core of this trial: the denial of a person’s humanity.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds a press conference in Washington, D.C.
As Line of Duty wraps up its epic sixth season, we speak to experts about the real reason we get hooked to crime shows.
Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Julie Hyman break down why higher earnings expectations can hit companies hard.
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Paintings by Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian and Vincent Van Gogh went on display at Christie's in London on Thursday ahead of a May sale, with the auction house encouraging art fans to book viewings while museums remain closed in Britain. The sale will be led by Picasso's 1932 work "Femme assise près d'une fenêtre (Marie-Thérèse)", a portrait of the artist's mistress, which is seen selling around $55 million.
Jordan released on Thursday 16 people linked to a rift in the royal family that rattled the country, but a member of the royal family and a former adviser to the king remained in detention. Security sources said those released were mostly personal aides to former heir Prince Hamza, King Abdullah's half-brother, who had said in an April video he was banned from leaving his home and accused the country's rulers of corruption. With mediation by the royal family, Hamza had pledged allegiance to the king, days after the military ordered him to stop actions that it said undermined Jordan's security.
President Joe Biden pledges to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 50% in 2030. Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman discusses.
Sports media and entertainment startup Overtime has raised $80 million in Series C funding — from a diverse investor group that includes Amazon mega-billionaire Jeff Bezos, Drake and more than two dozen NBA players — to fund its expansion into new areas, including the debut of a high-school basketball league later this year. Founded in […]
After more than a decade in which the Supreme Court moved gradually toward more leniency for minors convicted of murder, the justices on Thursday moved the other way. The case is important because it marks a break with the court's previous rulings and is evidence of the impact of a newly more conservative court. The Supreme Court had previously said that those sentences should be rare.
"I have been making this compost since 2004 and I have not stopped. I will continue to make compost while I can and while I am alive." - Nezira Fisekovic, compost enthusiast72-year-old Nezira lives near one of Bosnia’s most polluted townsLocation: Gornja TuzlaShe uses compost to replenish the earthThe European Union has given the town 80 compost binsto encourage other residents to do the same(SOUNDBITE) (Bosnian) LOCAL COMMUNITY LEADER AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST, MAIDA MEHMEDOVIC, SAYING:"Composting, first of all, means protecting the environment in which we live, because if we inherit something, we should leave it to those who come after us. We also need to teach children how to protect all of this, and composting is part of that. In addition to protecting the air and water, composting is part of soil protection. Instead of using artificial fertilisers, we use something that is organic."
Bank of America’s new report highlights ten surprising stats about the S&P 500 and sustainability, looking into companies' higher multiples for low emissions and net zero targets. Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi shares the details.
KOTA KINABALU, April 22 — Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri today said that apart from Singapore, Malaysia has identified other countries to form agreements for a “travel...
The 2021 Sheffield Doc/Fest will open with the European premiere of Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s “Summer of Soul” and close with the world premiere of Mark Cousins’ “The Story of Looking.” “Summer of Soul (…Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised)” explores the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, which celebrated African American music and culture, and […]
An epic battle between two movie icons has helped provide proof of concept for AT&T’s larger strategy for WarnerMedia. AT&T chief John Stankey, speaking Thursday during the company’s first quarter earnings call with Wall Street analysts, pointed to the performance of Warner Bros.’ “Godzilla vs. Kong” on HBO Max and at the box office over […]
Roberto Rossellini, besides being Italian Neorealism’s most acclaimed film director, was also the father of a nonconformist, cosmopolitan and slightly crazy family that includes Hollywood stars such as Isabella Rossellini, another daughter who converted to Islam, and a son who has chosen to live on a desert island in Sweden. The Rossellini family also comprises […]
Police in Campbelltown, New South Wales, said they found no evidence of a missing child following a report of “what looked to be a child” on a darkened Hume Highway on April 18.A New South Wales Police spokesperson told Storyful officers attached to Campbelltown Police Area Command received a call on the date, reporting “a child standing on the Hume Highway near Bardia.”The report was kickstarted by a call from the mother of motorist Mitchell Kuhne, who, according to dashcam footage from his vehicle, was traveling at 95 km/h when he and his mother spotted what looked like a solitary figure near the side of the road.“Multiple cars attended and commenced a search of the area; however, no child was located and the search concluded,” police said. “There have been no reports of a missing child in the area at this time.”A second search was conducted on April 20 and again found nothing, according to the spokesperson.According to the Herald Sun, Kuhne did not stop at the time as the vehicle was towing a toy hauler and he believed it would have caused an accident.He said his mother, who was sitting in the passenger seat, immediately called authorities. An April 19 Facebook post by Kuhne said he later called a local police station to see where he could send the dashcam footage “to help them so they know what it is we saw and could pin point [sic] the location.”The post added that he “was told on the phone” by an officer that there was “no need to send it as the child had been collected safely and was on its way home.”However, a Daily Mail report from April 19 featured confirmation from police that “they did not find a child, and did not tell Mr Kuhne they had, either.”Kuhne’s Facebook post adds, “to see that they are claiming I was never told this makes me sick as I have the exact time and station I called on record.” Credit: Mitchell Kuhne via Storyful