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Attorney General Merrick Garland delivers remarks a day after former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder in the death of George Floyd.
Multi-award winning Swedish director Anna Eborn has presented her fifth feature-length project at the Visions du Réel’s Pitching forum, one of the key industry sections at the documentary film fest in Nyon, Switzerland. The two-time Dragon Award-winner for Best Nordic Documentary at Sweden’s Göteborg Fest (for “Transnistria” in 2019 and “Pine Ridge” in 2014) was […]
Princess Eugenie has even eaten there.
Harry has returned to the US after a few days in Britain for his grandfather's funeral.
Actors Anna Kendrick, Daniel Dae Kim and Toni Collette star as a space crew whose two-year mission to Mars is thrown into turmoil when they discover an unplanned passenger on board their spacecraft in the new Netflix movie "Stowaway". The unexpected presence of an additional person on a damaged space ship, already pushed to its capacity with a three-member crew, forces the trio to make tough choices in order to survive.
Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland, Brian Sozzi, Julie Hyman, and Oscar Williams-Grut discuss the latest in the Soccer Super League collapse.
Japan’s government is preparing to announce a third state of emergency in Tokyo and the western metropolitan area around Osaka following requests from local leaders who say current measures are failing to curb a rapid rise in coronavirus infections. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and key ministers met late Wednesday to discuss details before deciding on a state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and neighboring Kyoto and Hyogo expected later this week.
“Justice League” actor calls out company’s statement reaffirming “commitment to be part of the solution” Ray Fisher slammed a statement put out by WarnerMedia Tuesday reaffirming their “commitment to be part of the solution,” after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three counts of murder and manslaughter for his role in the killing of George Floyd. “How f—ing DARE YOU @WarnerMedia? Oh, now I’m pissed….” the actor, who played Cyborg in the 2017 Warner Bros. film “Justice League,” tweeted, while sharing the company’s remarks. WarnerMedia had no comment on Fisher’s Tuesday tweet when reached by TheWrap, but referred back the statement made by former federal judge Katherine B. Forrest on April 6 regarding her investigation into the claims Fisher made about toxic and racially motivated behavior toward him on the set of Warner Bros. 2017 film “Justice League.” Also Read: WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar: Tentpoles Like ‘The Batman’ Will Get Exclusive Run in Theaters in 2022 “I have been asked by Warner Media to provide a statement regarding whether my investigation revealed supported evidence as to racial animus or insensitivity as to race or disability, and with regard to such allegations specifically directed at Jon Berg, Geoff Johns and Toby Emmerich,” Forrest said. “My investigation involved more than 80 interviews, the review of thousands of pages of documents, and over 2000 hours of work by me and my colleagues. I and my staff reached out twice to every member of the cast and crew involved in the Justice League reshoots (more than 600 people), as well all of the individuals Ray Fisher specifically requested we interview. We spoke with every individual who would speak with us and all of the people that Mr. Fisher asked us to speak with. I found no credible support for claims of racial animus or racial or disability insensitivity. “ See WarnerMedia’s tweet and Fisher’s response tweet below. More to come… How fucking DARE YOU @WarnerMedia?!?!?! Oh, now I’m pissed…. https://t.co/tTscAQS6fJ— Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) April 20, 2021 Read original story Ray Fisher ‘Pissed’ Over WarnerMedia’s Post-Chauvin Verdict Racial Equity Pledge: ‘How F-ing Dare You’ At TheWrap
SDLP MP Colum Eastwood says the UK needs an "active and engaged and interested" prime minister in dealing with the Northern Ireland peace process. Mr Eastwood condemned the actions of “dissident republicans” after a bomb was planted at a police officer’s car in County Derry/Londonderry.
Companies respond to the guilty verdicts against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Emily McCormick breaks down Netflix’s first-quarter results, which topped analysts but missed on subscriber additions. BofA Global Research senior internet and digital media analyst Nat Schindler, who thinks the company “is in a strong position to continue price increases in 2021.”
Stocks slipped Wednesday morning, tracking toward a third straight day of declines.
Sri Lankan authorities on Wednesday expelled an Antigua-registered ship that entered the island's territory without declaring a radioactive cargo bound for China.
Rob Delaney pays tribute to late son Henry shortly after what would have been his sixth birthday.
Burrow is less than five months removed from major surgery on his knee, but he's very optimistic about his progress.
While Dogecoin’s recent price surge has captured Wall Street’s attention, Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz is urging investor to be very careful, cautioning that the jump is a 'retail phenomenon driven by the fact that [Federal Reserve] Chair Jay Powell is giving money to everybody.'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is setting up a new unit to deliver on his policies, his spokesman said on Wednesday, underlining the British leader's focus on honouring promises he made to non-traditional Conservative voters at the last election. Johnson won a large majority in the 2019 election, winning over voters who had never voted for his Conservative Party by promising to deliver Brexit quickly and also to "level up" Britain to bring investment to less well off towns. His advisers have often complained that bureaucracy slows the delivery of many policies and the new delivery unit is seen as key to try to make good on promises to build schools, hospitals and create jobs before the next election in 2024.
Italy's Serie A soccer league may consider reviving a plan to sell a stake in its media business only if potential bidders offered to pay more following the success of its domestic TV rights tender, Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli said. Serie A has been in talks for months with a consortium including CVC Capital Partners, Advent International and Italian fund FSI, which offered 1.7 billion euros for a 10% stake in a unit managing the Italian league's media business.
A hanging chair adds an immediate sense of luxury and glamour to your garden.
Pakistani police on Wednesday opened an investigation into the shooting and wounding of a former prominent journalist and head of the state media regulator, who has been a vocal critic of the military and its alleged meddling in politics. Absar Alam, who is in his 50s, was shot at by an unknown person in a park close to his home in Islamabad on Tuesday, police said in a statement. He headed the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) for two years under former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who had fallen out with the military before he was sacked by a court on corruption charges, which he denies.