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Former U.S. President Donald Trump cannot fight his suspension from Twitter in a Florida federal court, but instead must abide by the social media company's terms of service and sue in California, following a judge's ruling. U.S. District Judge Robert Scola in Miami said in a written order late on Tuesday that Trump was bound by a "forum selection clause" in Twitter Inc's terms of service, which mandates that certain lawsuits against the company be heard by a federal judge in the Northern District of California.
Stocks hovered near record levels on Wednesday as investors eyed a slew of stronger-than-expected earnings results from closely watched technology companies.
"When you have a situation like that, the best way to solve the problem is you fight. And you fight legally and you get paid to do it."
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A woman was rescued from flash flooding in the Sicilian city of Catania on Tuesday, October 26, footage recorded by Marco Scardaci showed.In the video, a man can be seen wading through the rushing floodwater to reach a woman stranded in the middle of the street. He holds the woman’s arm as they both slowly traverse several inches of water to a nearby store.At least two people died and another was said to be missing by October 26, Il Giornale reported.A 53-year-old man from Catania became the second victim of the floods, after a 67-year-old man was killed on Sunday in the town of Scordia.Emergency services are still searching for the first victim’s wife, the paper said.3BMeteo reported that up to 350 mm (13.8 inches) of rain fell in the province in the space of just 72 hours. The area’s typical annual rainfall is approximately 600 mm (23.6 inches), they said.Italy’s national firefighters said they had carried out over 600 rescue operations due to the flooding. Credit: Marco Scardaci via Storyful
A California man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill Rep. Matt Gaetz days after the Capitol riot in January, court records show. Authorities said Eugene Huelsman, 58, was arrested last week in the Los Angeles area. Huelsman, of Thousand Oaks, is charged with calling the Florida Republican's office on Jan. 9 and making a threat against Gaetz and his family.
A Marseille fan has been sentenced to two years in prison after incidents outside the Velodrome during the weekend visit of Paris Saint-Germain that left a police officer injured, the local prosecutor's office said Wednesday.
Novavax CEO Stanley Erck joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the company's filing for vaccine authorization in the UK, plans to seek approval from the FDA, and how supply chain disruption has affected the ramp-up of vaccine production.
More than 30 instances of violence and threats of violence against Afghan journalists were recorded in the last two months, with nearly 90% committed by the Taliban, a media watchdog said Wednesday. More than 40% of the cases recorded by The Afghanistan National Journalists Union were physical beatings and another 40% were verbal threats of violence, said Masorro Lutfi, the group's head. One journalist was killed.
"The infection numbers are unusually high today, mostly due to many COVID- positive cases detected by the testing laboratories within a few hours in the afternoon," said the MOH of the single-day record high.
Inflation left a big question mark over the future plans of business resilience.
President Joe Biden heads to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow this weekend, armed with the country’s most aggressive targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions and limit global warming to avert a full blown climate crisis.
When Jackie Kennedy decided to revive the grounds surrounding the White House, she reached out to her friend and horticulturalist Rachel ‘Bunny’ Mellon to carry out the redesign. Mellon was responsible for creating the White House’s iconic Rose Garden, and much of her later work cemented her place in landscaping history.
This man is one of Egypt's last fez makersLocation: Cairo, EgyptNasser Abdel Basset has been crafting the fez for nearly 45 yearsIt's the iconic felt hatthat was once worn by Egypt's elite, bureaucrats and studentsPresident Gamal Abdel Nasser abolished the fezafter the military toppled the ruling dynasty in 1952as it was considered one of the symbols of the former ruling elite(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FEZ MAKER, NASSER ABDEL BASSET, SAYING:"I wish old times would come back. In past times, the fez was part of the uniform. Most of the people used to wear fezzes. No one could go to school or a government institution, without wearing it."Students, scholars at Al-Azhar University and Muslim religious clericsare now Abdel Basset's only clients(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) FEZ MAKER, NASSER ABDEL BASSET, SAYING:"I learned the craft from an apprentice, I inherited it and I am now passing it on. You say that the craft will disappear? How come? I'm passing it on to my children."
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Amanda and Clive have been prominent TV farmers for the past 10 years, but have said it's put a strain on their relationship.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on adjusting the supply chain.
A powerful nor’easter storm knocked out power for hundreds of thousands in eastern Massachusetts as wind gusts “over hurricane force” pummeled the area on Wednesday, October 27, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.The NWS reported its highest wind gust at 94 mph in Edgartown. A total of 407,535 customers were without power as of 6:30 am on Wednesday. Travel was not recommended for residents in the affected areas.Twitter user Jerrod shared a video from his property in Boston on Wednesday morning, showing a tree that fell on his home.“This is what woke my family up,” Jerrod wrote in his tweet. “Glad we all are safe.” Credit: Jerrod via Storyful
An attacker has gained over $130 million in an attack that appears to have drained CREAM’s coffers.
The Commons leader has insisted Tories do not need to wear masks in parliament because they have a 'convivial, fraternal spirit'.