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A federal appeals court rejected a challenge by a Jeffrey Epstein accuser to an agreement not to prosecute the financier, and to shield his associates from criminal liability for aiding his sexual abuses. By a 7-4 vote, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta ruled on Thursday that Courtney Wild and other accusers lacked standing under the federal Crime Victims' Rights Act to disturb Epstein's 2007 nonprosecution agreement, though they had been kept in the dark while it was being negotiated. Judges in the majority said they were "constrained" to rule against Wild, despite having "the profoundest sympathy for Ms. Wild and others like her, who suffered unspeakable horror at Epstein's hands, only to be left in the dark - and, so it seems, affirmatively misled - by government attorneys."
From its modest beginnings on the campus of Indiana University a quarter century ago, Secretly Canadian has grown into one of the most respected independent labels in the world, having released albums by the War On Drugs, Antony and the Johnsons, Major Lazer, Yoko Ono and Jason Molina. The company, which was founded by brothers […]
This pup has learned all the cutest tricks and we are very happy it's all on film! Credit: toto.isme.maltipoo
Watch as this Chow Chow adorably tries to make contact with a donkey, goat and chickens while visiting a museum of honey and bees. Cuteness overload!
Ingredients: 1/4 cup Walnuts 1/4 cup Dessicated Coconut 1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder 2 Tbsp Almond Butter 2 Tbsp Butter 1 tsp Erythritol Procedure: 1) In a food processor, combine all the ingredients. 2) Process until well combined. 3) Shape the mixture into balls. 4) Flatten the balls using your hands in a tray. Refrigerate for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Serve. Nutritional Information: Energy - 214.3 kcal Protein - 4.3g Fat - 19.5g Carbohydrates - 5.4g
Theo takes on the mountains of Switzerland in this breathtaking clip. Awesome!
Stefanos Tsitsipas advanced to the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters on Friday when his quarter-final opponent Alejandro Davidovich withdrew after losing the first set 7-5.
Steve Cohen said he will listen carefully to a law firm's review.
Three-time world champion Nathan Chen won the free skate at the figure skating World Team Trophy on Friday to continue his dominance of two-time Olympic gold medalist Yuzuru Hanyu. First after the short program, Chen opened with a quadruple flip and landed a quad salchow in the first half of his routine set to a selection of music by Philip Glass. Winner of the past five U.S. titles, Chen landed two more quadruple toeloops as part of combination jumps to score 203.24 points.
Undertakers protested on Friday against a massive backlog of coffins building up at Rome cemeteries, saying city authorities were failing to cope with a surge of coronavirus deaths. Funeral directors said more than 2,000 bodies were being stored at Rome's sole crematorium, which can handle around 50 cremations a day, while mortuary rooms at other cemeteries were packed, awaiting burial or interment. "Every few days we are told the cemeteries are blocked and they haven't got any more room to take in the dead," said Giovanni Caciolli, head of Italy's federation of funeral workers.
The star was a 'Celebrity Big Brother' housemate in 2012.
The last of the major American banks reporting results underscored just what a banner quarter it was for Wall Street. Morgan Stanley said Friday its profit more than doubled to nearly $4 billion, breezing past analysts’ expectations. Like its archrival Goldman Sachs, the investment bank benefited from the surge in trading and the global deal making boom. The retail craze over so-called “meme stocks” like GameStop fueled its trading volumes, driving revenue at its institutional securities business up 66%. Morgan Stanley also benefited from the surge in initial public offerings featuring private firms merging with listed shell companies. Its investment banking revenue more than doubled. But Morgan Stanley suffered a setback, recording a one-time loss of over $900 million. It was one of six banks that had exposure to a family office fund that defaulted on margin calls last month and triggered a fire sale of stocks. Still, Morgan Stanley’s results capped a blowout quarter for the biggest U.S. banks that saw Goldman’s profit jumping 6-fold and Wells Fargo’s catapulting 7-fold. Shares of Morgan Stanley rose in early trading Friday.
Stocks traded higher Friday in another record-setting day on Wall Street, with a batch of stronger-than-expected economic data and corporate earnings results helping fuel a risk rally.
The president of the Spanish football federation Luis Rubiales said on Friday he will do "everything humanly possible" to ensure Spain hosts its four Euro 2021 games this summer.
Modeling shows that cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, Canada's most populous province, could treble by the end of May unless harsh restrictions are imposed, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp said on Friday. Ontario Premier Doug Ford, under increasing criticism for how his government has handled the pandemic, is due to make an announcement at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time (1830 GMT). Some major hospitals say they are already close to a breaking point as a rapidly worsening third wave rips through the province, which accounts for 38% of Canada's population.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says giving up on the Premier League title is "not in our DNA" even though their pursuit of runaway leaders Manchester City appears hopeless.
The US Treasury rolled back a Trump-era accusation against Switzerland and Vietnam of manipulating their exchange rates to gain a competitive trade advantage, saying Friday there was "insufficient evidence" for the charge.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for much of Massachusetts, as a storm brought heavy, wet snow to areas of the state on Friday, April 16.Western and central parts of the state could see snow accumulation of up to eight inches with power outages possible, the NWS said.Video shared by Brian Holt Hawthorne shows falling snow accumulating in a backyard in Plainfield. Credit: Brian Holt Hawthorne via Storyful
In London's East End, there was both adoration for the monarchy and sharp criticism of some members of Britain's royal family on the eve of the funeral of Prince Philip, who died a week ago after seven decades of service to his wife Queen Elizabeth. The queen, heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles and other senior royals will pay their last respects to Philip on Saturday at a ceremonial funeral at Windsor Castle that will be broadcast live by television stations across the world. "My TV's always off - I watch YouTube and just internet and social media stuff," said Johnathan Roach, a 33-year-old window cleaner in Whitechapel, east London.