The singer is releasing 'Bad Habits', his first official single in four years, next week.
Soccer great Cristiano Ronaldo sends a jolt to Coke's investors.
Ukraine will not need extra motivation heading into Thursday's Euro 2020 Group C game with North Macedonia and are feeling positive despite narrowly losing their opening match against the Netherlands, head coach Andriy Shevchenko said on Wednesday. Ukraine came back from 2-0 down against the Dutch on Sunday and looked set to earn a draw but a late goal by Denzel Dumfries left them empty-handed. It's not every year that we get to the group stage of the European Championship, so every player understands the importance of each match and has responsibility for their own game and the game of the team.
Thailand plans to fully reopen to vaccinated foreign visitors by mid-October as the government seeks to restart the crucial coronavirus-devastated tourism industry, the prime minister announced Wednesday. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said fully inoculated foreign visitors and returning Thai citizens must be allowed entry “without quarantine or other inconvenient restrictions,” and that his goal is to open up the country within 120 days. Prayuth said the government would reconsider only if a serious situation develops.
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Leader of the Scottish National Party in the House of Commons Ian Blackford asks Prime Minister Boris Johnson whether WhatsApp messages published by his former senior aide Dominic Cummings on Twitter in which he appears to disparage Health Secretary Matt Hancock are “valid” and “genuine”. He does not respond.
The Canadian dollar was little changed against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday as domestic data showed consumer prices rising at the fastest pace in a decade, with the currency steadying after falling on Tuesday to a near seven-week low. Canada's annual inflation rate accelerated to 3.6% in May from 3.4% in April, driven by surging shelter and passenger vehicles prices, Statistics Canada said. The Bank of Canada has said it expects inflation to ease later in the year as the statistical comparison to tanking prices last year diminishes and slack in the economy exerts downward pressure.
A policeman has been charged with murder and two officers charged with attempted murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy, Honolulu prosecutors said Tuesday.
Myles Udland, Brian Sozzi, and Julie Hyman break down Wednesday’s early market movers which include: Oracle’s stock taking a dip after announcing lower quarterly revenue guidance than expected, Wolfe Research upgrading cruise industry stocks as the firm says all signs are pointing to a strong restart in the industry, and Ark Invest buying $42 million in shares of DraftKings after short-seller report.
At stake in Eugene, Oregon, is not only a spot on Team USA but a chance to claim some of the spotlight left behind by Jamaica's Usain Bolt, who retired in 2017 with eight Olympic golds as the planet's most famous and beloved sprinter. World leader Trayvon Bromell, who ran a scorching 9.77 seconds this month, told Reuters he's not sweating the competition - or his favourite status. Five-times Olympic medallist Justin Gatlin, 39, is hoping to clinch an age-defying fourth Olympic berth after picking up silver at the 2019 world championships.
When Ukraine face North Macedonia at Euro 2020 on Thursday, foreign-based Oleksandr Zinchenko and Ruslan Malinovskyi will be the star names but Dynamo Kiev and Shakhtar Donetsk will form the core of the team.
A consortium of non-profit groups that aims to reduce poverty in Africa through educating more girls and empowering women has won a Princess of Asturias award. The Campaign for Female Education, or CAMFED, was chosen in the International Aid category, a foundation named after the heir to the Spanish throne, King Felipe VI’s daughter Leonor, announced Wednesday. The jury of the prestigious prizes noted that since it was founded in 1993, CAMFED has contributed “to a social transformation” that has benefited millions of girls and young women in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Many other countries are still lagging far behind in terms of COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
With two major releases in just a few days, June is basically a debut party for 4th & Broadway, the legendary Island Records imprint that is now helmed by LaTrice Burnette. The label, named after Island’s former location above Tower Records in New York’s East Village, originally was launched in 1984 and focused on hip-hop […]
Stocks traded mixed Wednesday morning as investors looked ahead to a key monetary policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
After a strong year in technology (Nasdaq Composite up +43.6% in 2020), it is perfectly normal to see the market consolidate and correct those large gains. Coming out of these corrections, it is common to see another leg higher in the market, and there are three historical precedents that demonstrate that.
A wild boar was spotted on a street in Balclutha in New Zealand’s South Island, recently shared video shows.Balclutha resident Carwyn James MacAulay said he was driving down Clyde Street late on June 14 when he spotted the wild boar standing in the middle of the road.The video shows the boar seemingly unbothered by oncoming traffic before it casually walks down the street. Credit: Carwyn James MacAulay via Storyful
Netherlands star Memphis Depay has hinted that he is on the verge of sealing a move to Barcelona as he admitted his desire to team up again with former national team coach Ronald Koeman.
Sophie admitted she had been doing lots of online classes from her gym.
The Queen was said to love chatting about the plot with her aide Vice-Admiral Sir Tony Johnstone-Burt.