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The boyfriend of Gabby Petito, whose body was found at a national park in Wyoming after a cross-country trip with him, was charged Thursday with unauthorized use of a debit card, as searchers continued to look for him in Florida swampland.
Cameron Boyce went method in preparation for “Runt,” the indie drama that follows his character Cal, a high schooler who is neglected by the adults in his life and becomes a target of bullying, which leads to him resorting to violence himself. “Runt” became the actor’s last film before he died of a seizure caused […]
Willis faces his first Power-5 opponent of the season and has a great chance to leapfrog other QB prospects with a strong outing.
Sandeep Sahai, Clearwater Analytics CEO, joins Yahoo Finance from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the company's trading debut.
The past month has been fraught with debate over who should be allowed to get boosters, and the messaging changed with each new step causing confusion among experts.
Speaking at a climate rally in Berlin, Germany, on Friday, the Swedish teenage climate activist mocked President Biden’s attempt to address climate change through his Build Back Better agenda.
A former ABC News executive accused CNN anchor Chris Cuomo of sexually harassing her, describing in an essay published on Friday in the New York Times how he grabbed her buttocks at a colleague's farewell party in 2005. Shelley Ross had been Cuomo's boss when he worked at ABC, a role she had just left when Cuomo embraced her at the party in New York City, according to the essay https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/24/opinion/chris-cuomo-cnn.html. "I can do this now that you're no longer my boss," Ross quotes Cuomo as telling her after he gripped her in a bear hug and moved one hand down to "firmly grab and squeeze the cheek of my buttock."
Yahoo Finance's Reggie Wade breaks down Nike's slump despite an earnings beat.
These restaurant stocks are too cheap to ignore, argues this veteran Wall Street restaurant analyst.
The someone’s coming from inside the house in Netflix’s latest horror offering, a masked-killer slasher with a clever enough twist: said killer’s masks are crafted to resemble each victim’s face. Based on Stephanie Perkins’ novel of the same name and counting Shawn Levy (“Stranger Things”) and James Wan (“The Conjuring,” “Malignant”) among its producers, “There’s […]
Daniela Leyva at La Mitad del Continente (“The Howls”), Andrea Toca at Mexico’s Un Beso Cine (“Human Animals”) and Diana Bustamante at Burning SAS (“Buy Me a Gun”) have teamed to co-produce the vampire drama “The Day is Long and Dark,” the eighth feature from one of Mexico’s most important directors, Julio Hernández Cordón. “Working […]
Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawasaki Wealth & Investment Management CEO, talks about the effect of China calling crypto transactions illegal.
The spring/summer 2022 catwalk show featured an array of chiffon dresses, jumpsuits, light blazers and pyjama-like suits in soft materials. Emporio Armani is seen as a more youthful brand than the veteran designer's main Giorgio Armani line.For women, parka jackets were adorned with zips, trousers were light and at times see-though, while chiffon tops were paired with chiffon skirts or shorts.Armani, 87, started the catwalk show in soft hues of camel, grey, beige, pink that turned into bolder blues, greens and reds. Evening wear consisted of shimmering sequined gowns and sparkling top and skirt outfits. Some designs had floral prints and decorations."This season, the journey begins in an imaginary desert, crossing its oasis and ending in vibrant colorways," show notes said. "Everything blends together, quite freely."For men, there were tailored blazers, tunic tops and pyjama pants. Trousers also bore prints while Bermuda shorts were matched with silky shirts.The designer will present his Giorgio Armani collection on Saturday.
Residents of North Port, Florida, created a memorial for 22-year-old Gabby Petito, whose remains were found near Grand Teton National Forest in Wyoming.Melissa P said she took this video of the memorial in front of North Port City Hall on Friday morning, September 24.“It’s a beautiful sight,” she told Storyful.Petito, who was a native of Long Island, New York, was living with her partner Brian Laundrie and his parents in North Port before her death. The pair had been on a cross-country road trip when Laundrie returned home to Florida without Petito.Gabby’s father, Joseph Petito, wrote on Twitter that memorial services would be held at a funeral home in Holbrook, New York, on the afternoon of September 26.The FBI issued an arrest warrant for Brian Laundrie after Gabby Petito’s death was determine to be a homicide. Credit: Melissa P via Storyful
A planned interview with Vice President Kamala Harris on “The View” was derailed Friday when two of the show’s co-hosts were asked to exit mid-broadcast because they tested positive for COVID. At the start of the show’s second segment, a producer asked Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin to exit the stage. “More information later — […]
The global semiconductor shortage that is hammering the auto industry could end next year.At least that’s what Tesla CEO Elon Musk predicts. Speaking remotely at an Italian tech conference in Turin on Friday, the head of the electric car maker said the global chip shortage should be “short term.” He said that new semiconductor plants that are planned or being built will have the capacity to provide chips by next year. The chip supply issue has forced automakers to slash production and sales forecasts. It is such a top concern that U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo met with Detroit’s Big Three automakers and chipmakers on Thursday, pressing them to provide information on the semiconductor crisis. “The situation is not getting better, in some ways it is getting worse. Truck companies, car companies have furloughed and continue to furlough thousands of workers. So, it is time to get more aggressive.”Back in Turin, Musk was joined by John Elkann, the CEO of Chrysler parent Stellantis. The two agreed on potential support coming from nuclear power to cover global energy needs.
Climber Alain Robert took 50 minutes to reach the top of the 160-metre (520 feet) skyscraper at the La Defense business district.The climb comes five weeks before the U.N. COP26 summit in Glasgow, which aims to secure more ambitious climate action from world leaders to drastically cut the greenhouse gas emissions heating the planet."I would like for governments of the whole world to hear this message and invest more effort to fight climate change, seeing that up to now, we have the impression that it's just a filler topic," Robert said.Robert, 60, in early September also completed a climb of the façade of the Total Energies tower in La Defense, which rises at 187 metres (613 feet).
Intel Corp on Friday broke ground on two new factories in Arizona as part of its turnaround plan to become a major manufacturer of chips for outside customers. The $20 billion plants - dubbed Fab 52 and Fab 62 - will bring the total number of Intel factories at its campus in Chandler, Arizona, to six. The new Arizona plants will also be the first Intel has built from the ground up with space reserved for outside customers.
This artist is raising awareness about drought in ArgentinaLocation: San Nicolas de los Arroyos, ArgentinaMartin Ron's giant murals depict the Parana Riverwhich is at its lowest level in almost 80 yearsdue to a lack of rainfall upriver in Brazil(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) MURALIST, MARTIN RON, SAYING:"When I came to San Nicolas I was struck by the historic low level of the Parana River. Coincidentally I had been working on a series of murals where the reflections are the protagonists. I also painted children with balloons. These characters that I use always interact with an aspect of the place where I paint and it seemed appropriate to portray this ecological message related to the decline of the Parana."The river carries some 80% of Argentina's farm exportsand is key to the country's economic wellbeingBut low levels have seen ships forced to take on smaller loads
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation on Friday to protect abortion services against growing Republican-backed state restrictions, including a Texas law that imposes a near-total ban on abortion, but it is unlikely to pass the Senate. The bill would protect abortion services and pre-empt many of the restrictions that Republicans have passed at the state level, such as those that require ultrasounds or other tests. It is expected to fail in the evenly divided Senate, where Democrats would need at least 10 Republicans to support it.