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A planned interview with Vice President Kamala Harris on “The View” was derailed Friday when two of the show’s co-hosts were asked to exit mid-broadcast because they tested positive for COVID. At the start of the show’s second segment, a producer asked Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin to exit the stage. “More information later — […]
Intel Corp on Friday broke ground on two new factories in Arizona as part of its turnaround plan to become a major manufacturer of chips for outside customers. The $20 billion plants - dubbed Fab 52 and Fab 62 - will bring the total number of Intel factories at its campus in Chandler, Arizona, to six. The new Arizona plants will also be the first Intel has built from the ground up with space reserved for outside customers.
Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel with today’s Yahoo U: Debt Ceiling
The Cardinals and Kyler Murray are getting over 85% of the money against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Robert Redford and Bruce Springsteen are teaming up for the documentary, “The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses,” Variety has learned. “The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses” tells the story about America’s wild horses from their turbulent history to their uncertain future. The feature-length documentary takes audiences on an odyssey throughout America to places that few people have seen, […]
In the 18 feature films he has made with his brother Ethan, Joel Coen has proved himself, over and over again, to be as fetishistically visual a director as anyone from the independent film world of the last four decades. Wes Anderson might be a more extreme example, but even there it would be hard […]
"This filter is truly changing my life."
A movie revival of the “Teen Wolf” MTV series is in the works at Paramount Plus as part of a new overall deal series creator Jeff Davis has signed with MTV Entertainment Studios, Variety has learned exclusively. Davis’ multi-year deal will see him write and executive produce the film, with talks currently underway with original series […]
For multi-hyphenate Caleb Landry Jones, making music isn’t just another form of self-expression — it’s the medium through which he digests life’s never-ending twists and turns. “I learned very quickly, within the first six months that I came to L.A., that if I’m not writing music continuously, stuff gets a little weird,” Landry Jones tells […]
New York Film Festival 2021: Joel Coen's brutally stark, nightmarish vision of "the Scottish play" features both dazzling performances and contemporary resonance
The Ryder Cup is underway, and Europe won the first point of Friday's opening session.
5-5 ATS on the season, Scott Pianowski delivers his betting picks for Week 3.
Stephen Williams erected the 4ft-high picket fence to block a path used by customers going into a chip shop next door.
The "Sex and the City" star's cause of death was revealed by his family in his New York Times obituary.
The sixth day of searching in Florida’s Carlton Reserve for Brian Laundrie commenced on Friday morning, September 24, after the FBI issued a warrant for his arrest related to the death of Gabby Petito and asked the public for information.Video shared by North Port Police Department Public Information Officer Josh Taylor shows the conditions during Friday’s search.Officials used ATVs and swamp buggies to traverse the difficult terrain. Specialized dive teams were called in to search bodies of water, the Sarasota Sheriff said.The FBI joined the search for Laundrie after authorities found Petito’s body in the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area of the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming. Her death was determined to be a homicide, the FBI said in a statement.A federal warrant was issued for Laundrie’s arrest on September 22, the FBI announced, “pursuant to a Federal Grand Jury indictment related to Mr Laundrie’s activities following the death of Gabrielle Petito.”Laundrie has not been seen since September 13, according to reports. Credit: Josh Taylor via Storyful
The Chinese government further tightened the screws on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on Friday, vowing to root out what it called "illegal" activity.The People's Bank of China (PBOC) banned crypto mining nationwide, saying cryptocurrencies must not circulate in markets as traditional currencies and that overseas exchanges are barred from providing services to mainland investors via the internet. The PBOC also barred financial institutions, payment companies and internet firms from facilitating cryptocurrency trading. China's central bank said in a statement on its website that Beijing will "resolutely clamp down on virtual currency speculation, and related financial activities and misbehavior in order to safeguard people's properties and maintain economic, financial and social order." A coordinated move with other government agencies was the latest Chinese attack on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In May, China's State Council vowed to crack down on bitcoin mining and trading, claiming digital currencies pose a financial risk to the world's second biggest economy. The price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies immediately dropped on Friday in response. Companies involved in the world of cryptocurrency and blockchain-related activities were down as well. Coinbase, the cryptocurrency exchange that went public earlier this year, moved lower in in early-Friday U.S. trading.
BTF Media announced Friday that it is launching BTF Megaseries, a new production unit dedicated to long-form series which will bring to the international marketplaces several new fiction format proposals. According to BTF, a megaseries is any fiction drama series of more than 26 episodes. The new unit was developed and established by BTF Media […]
The Fawn Fire burning in Shasta County, California, had exploded to 5,850 acres by September 24, two days after the blaze first ignited, fire officials said.This footage by Heather Bergen shows thick smoke swirling around an orange haze, as seen from across Interstate 5 in Mountain Gate.Authorities said at least 25 structures have been destroyed by the fire, and evacuation orders were in place in multiple areas.The Redding Record Searchlight reported that one woman has been arrested in connection with the fire, on suspicion of arson. Credit: Heather Bergen via Storyful
Speaking virtually on the panel for supporting a future for girls' education in Afghanistan, Malala, 23, said "now is the time that we stick to that commitment and ensure that the rights of Afghan women are protected. And one of those important rights is the right to education. The protection of women's rights in Afghanistan has been a key issue since the Taliban retook control of the country on August 15.In 2009 at age 12, Malala blogged under a pen name for the BBC about living under the rule of the Pakistani Taliban. In 2012 she survived being shot in the head by a Taliban gunman for campaigning against its attempts to deny women education.In 2014 Mala became the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate at age 17. In 2018 she launched Assembly, a digital publication for girls and young women available on Apple News. She graduated from Oxford University in June.
A 17-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of rape after the girl reported being pulled into the sea and attacked.