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A country with a population smaller than Waukesha, Wisconsin just won gold.
Greetings from Variety Awards Headquarters! Today is July 26, 2021, which means it’s 24 days until final-round voting starts on Aug. 19; 35 days until final voting ends on Aug. 30; and 55 days until the Primetime Emmys telecast on Sept. 19. As July ends (once again, how is time moving so fast?), we’re in a bit of a lull in the Emmy […]
James Gunn explains why sequel to "Suicide Squad" is called "The Suicide Squad" and why he didn't stick with his first choice.
Three Hong Kong judges are expected to deliver a verdict on Tuesday in the trial of the first person charged under the national security law, a landmark case with implications on how the legislation reshapes the city's common law traditions. Former waiter Tong Ying-kit, 24, has pleaded not guilty to charges of terrorism and inciting secession, as well as an alternative charge of dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm. Tong is accused of driving his motorcycle into three riot police while carrying a flag with the protest slogan "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times," which prosecutors say is secessionist.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom took to Twitter on Monday to condemn Marjorie Taylor Greene's "murderous" vaccine misinformation. "Disgraceful? Here's a word -- murderous," Newsom wrote in reply to Greene's earlier tweet. "Your anti-vaccine lies are literally killing Americans. Your own supporters are following you off a cliff and into the ICU. Come clean about vaccines - they save lives." Newsom's response followed his critique of "misinformation by right-wing pundits" Monday morning on MSNBC’s "A
The only time you should have to endure cold coffee is when you intentionally pour it over ice.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Flora Duffy achieved instant national hero status when she won Bermuda’s first-ever Olympic gold medal on Tuesday after delivering a dominating run leg for an emphatic victory in the women’s triathlon on a stormy Tokyo course. Duffy, 33, was part of a group of seven who broke clear at the start of the 40km bike leg but then stamped her authority on the race with a fantastic performance over the 10km run to finish in one hour, 53.36 minutes. Briton Georgia Taylor-Brown overcame a flat tyre near the end of the bike leg to chase back and take silver, 74 seconds behind, bagging another silver for Britain after Alex Yee's in the men's race on Monday.
President Biden said Monday the White House is pushing for people with long-term symptoms of COVID-19 to be protected against discrimination, as he marked the anniversary of a landmark law for people with disabilities.
Why it has "become really important for people to navigate what their limits are" for the sake of their mental health.
KADHIMI: "God bless our two countries." U.S. President Joe Biden and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi sealed an agreement on Monday to formally end the U.S. combat mission in Iraq by the end of 2021 - more than 18 years after U.S. troops were sent to the country. With the withdrawal of the last American forces in Afghanistan set for the end of August, Biden will be completing U.S. combat missions in the two wars that former President George W. Bush began under his watch. BIDEN: "Our role in Iraq will be as a, dealing with, not -- it's just to be available to continue to train, to assist, to help and to deal with ISIS as it arrives. But we are not going to be by the end of the year in a combat mission." Prime Minister Kadhimi praised Iraq’s current relationship with the U.S.KADHIMI: "Today, our relation is stronger than ever... I'm looking forward to work with you, Mr. President, to bring our two countries more closer for the benefit of Iraq and the United States."There are currently 2,500 U.S. troops in Iraq and, in recent years, American forces focused on defeating and then countering the remnants of Islamic State militants. A U.S.-led coalition invaded Iraq in March 2003 based on charges that then-Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's government possessed weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was ousted from power, but such weapons were never found.
All products and services featured by Variety are independently selected by Variety editors. However, Variety may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Today is a good day for “Jeopardy” fans, many of whom are excitedly waiting to see LeVar Burton […]
Haitian police said Monday they had arrested the head of Jovenel Moise's security as part of the ongoing investigation into the president's July 7 assassination.
When it comes to Hollywood casting, it seems like anything goes — especially when it involves high school. For decades, actors in their 20s (and even their 30s) have been tapped to play teens. And we all say, "Sure, why not?!" Below, take a look at 10 actors who were way too old for their on-screen teenage roles, from Thomas Doherty in the new "Gossip Girl" to Stacey Dash in "Clueless." Stockard Channing, 33, "Grease" (1978) When Channing played Rizzo in "Grease," she was the oldest high schoole
Hundreds of Cuban Americans, political refugees and activists marched on the US capital Monday to protest against the Cuban government and its crackdown on anti-communist demonstrations earlier this month.
While other sports at the Games fear disruption from stormy conditions in Tokyo, surfers are embracing the wet and windy weather as the first Olympic medals in the sport's history are set to be decided on Tuesday. With the rain pouring down and the rolling waves reaching over head height at times, Japanese surfer Kanoa Igarashi hit a spectacular early barrel wave en route to a quarter-final victory over American Kolohe Andino. "Today is one of those days when it's man against ocean, more so than competing against your competitor, but that's what makes it fun," Igarashi told reporters.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics is the first since the US Olympic Committee equalized medal payouts for Olympians and Paralympians.
Gibson Guitars isn’t just about selling instruments, anymore; with a newly created label, Gibson Records, the company is also in the business of selling albums — starting with a flagship release by Slash, of Guns N’ Roses fame, who’ll be putting out his next record through the imprint. The guitar company has entered into what […]
Texas’ move to the SEC is an admission that it's just like everyone else, something the school’s 52-46 conference record the past 11 years and “TEXAS IS BACK” punch lines have indicated.
During last week’s Game Developers Conference members of Gears of War developer The Coalition debuted an “Alpha Point” technical demo showing off the environments and effects possible in Unreal Engine 5. More importantly, the team released a character rendering test, proving that the future of rendering big, burly, bearded white guys in games is safe and sound.
Britney Spears's lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, requests the court to appoint Jason Rubin as conservator of her estate.