Overseas Tokyo ticket holders may get only partial refunds
Overseas Tokyo ticket holders may get only partial refunds
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“Warrior” has been renewed for Season 3, with the show moving from Cinemax to HBO Max, Variety has learned. The first season of the show aired in 2019, with the second having debuted in October 2020. The series is based on the writings of Bruce Lee. It is set during the brutal Tong Wars of San […]
Lee Aaker, best known for starring as Corporal Rusty of “B-Company” on the 1950s western series “The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin,” died on April 1. He was 77. Paul Petersen, another former child actor, confirmed the news to Variety and posted a tribute on his Facebook page, along with a signed photo of a […]
Brittany O’Grady will headline ABC’s drama pilot “Epic,” hailing from “Once Upon a Time” creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis. The actor joins previously announced cast member Eleanor Fanyinka (“Masters of Love,” “Holby City,”) in the ABC Signature production. “Epic” is described as a romantic anthology series that reinvents fairy tales for a new audience. […]
A criminal complaint has been filed against Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald in the wake of an alleged altercation outside a Pittsburgh after-hours club.
Iran has "almost completed preparations" to start enriching uranium to 60% purity at an above-ground plant at Natanz and plans to add 1,024 first-generation IR-1 centrifuges underground there, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Wednesday. "The Agency today verified that Iran had almost completed preparations to start producing UF6 enriched up to 60% U-235 at the Natanz Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant," the International Atomic Energy Agency said in a statement, referring to uranium hexafluoride, the form in which uranium is fed into centrifuges for enrichment.
Adam Perkins, the Vine star best known for his viral “Welcome to Chili’s” video, died Sunday. He was 24. His twin brother Patrick Perkins announced the news late Tuesday night in an Instagram post. He did not disclose his brother’s cause of death. “I can’t even really put into words what this loss means for […]
With the 2021 NFL draft a few weeks away, Matt Harmon analyzes which teams will be looking to select a wide receiver when they're on the clock.
After an NFT fundraiser for independent venues raised more than $200,000 last week, Goldflyer and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) have announced the second round. Top NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway has joined the effort and announced a follow-up drop this Friday (April 16) at 1:30 p.m. ET, featuring many of the artists who have […]
U.S. federal health agencies on Tuesday recommended pausing use of J&J's COVID-19 vaccine for at least a few days after six women under 50 developed rare blood clots after getting the shot.Dr. Anthony Fauci, Biden's chief medical adviser, said on Wednesday that the pause should not prompt vaccine hesitancy. "It should reinforce in those individuals how we take safety so seriously," Fauci said.White House COVID-19 response coordinator Jeff Zients said the White House had taken action to speed up production and delivery schedules for Moderna Inc and Pfizer Inc vaccines in a bid to offset the pause in J&J dose shipments and maintain the pace of the United States' inoculation program.He said J&J shots have so far made up less than 5% of the more than 190 million COVID-19 vaccine doses that have been administered in the United States.
Rangers said Glen Kamara had been vindicated after UEFA banned Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela for 10 European matches on Wednesday for racially abusing the Finnish midfielder in a Europa League match.
After losing his wife to Covid-19, without having been able to see her in hospital "neither alive nor dead", Lionel Petitpas is campaigning hard to set up a national day of tribute to all the victims of the pandemic. Because "our dead have gone without any respect, without any human dignity, without any recognition and until proven otherwise they are not numbers", he says. He invites French president Emmanual Macron to meet with his association.
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WrestleMania 37 marked the first WWE event with fans in attendance since last March, and by many measures, it was a homerun. The sports entertainment company’s flagship event, which was held over two nights this past Saturday and Sunday, took place at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. Capacity was capped, though both nights […]
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Just over 100 employees at a construction company in South Carolina are facing layoffs. Kobelco Construction Machinery in Moore, plans to lay off 75% of its workforce — 102 of the plant's 131 employees — in Spartanburg County on May 1 when the company suspends production of all seven of its hydraulic excavator models, multiple news agencies reported. The Tokyo based company learned in January that its main engine supplier, Hino Motors, was unable to obtain EPA certifications for its new model-year engines, “with no clear outlook on future supply schedule.”
Craig Singleton, Adjunct Fellow at Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, joins Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani and Kristin Myers to discuss reforming the WHO in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Maybe Kohl's management will start getting things right after bowing to pressure from activist investors.
A dog was filmed taking off in the opposite direction during a game of backyard fetch with her owner in Crawley, England.In a video posted by Kirstie Peacock-McDermid on Reddit, her dog Lottie is seen sprinting in the wrong direction of the ball after Peacock-McDermid exclaims, “Ready? Go!”In her post, Peacock-McDermid jokingly commented that “no animal can beat” her dog at fetch, but told Storyful that despite Lottie’s moment of confusion, the now-eight-year-old canine is “still going strong.” Credit: Kirstie Peacock-McDermid via Storyful
“The longer we stay, the stronger the Taliban gets,” Murphy told the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.”