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Harvey Weinstein again pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of rape and sexual assault on Monday, as his defense attorney complained that prosecutors are training a “water cannon” of uncharged allegations at him. Weinstein had pleaded not guilty to the same charges in July, shortly after being extradited to Los Angeles from New York. But […]
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The Emmys, purportedly “TV’s biggest night,” slumped in viewership, but were up from last year’s all-time low. This year’s telecast of the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on CBS rose 16% from 2020’s numbers (approximately 6.37 million viewers). Per the accurate Nielsen Live+Same Day time-zone adjusted fast nationals for Sunday night, the ceremony averaged 7.4 million […]
Kolkata Knight Riders spoiled Virat Kohli’s 200th appearance for Royal Challengers Bangalore in an emphatic nine-wicket victory in the Indian Premier League on Monday. Kohli, who is quitting the Bangalore captaincy after this season, won the toss but scored only 5 as Andre Russell (3-9) and Varun Chakravarthy (3-13) routed Bangalore for 92 with an over to spare.
Police on Monday swarmed the home of a young man wanted for questioning in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabby Petito, whose body was apparently discovered over the weekend at a Wyoming national park.
Ireland will include measures in next month's budget to assist those who may struggle to pay fuel bills this winter due to a global surge in wholesale power and gas prices, Environment Minister Eamon Ryan said on Monday. Some governments have announced measures to try and ease the burden on households and Ryan said Dublin would look at ongoing allowances aimed at protecting people against fuel poverty as well as "potentially other larger measures". Ryan added that he did not expect the country to suffer any power outages in the coming months.
San Marino, one of Europe's smallest countries - a tiny and deeply conservative republic in northern Italy - is preparing to head to the polls on Sunday to vote in a historic referendum on abortion.San Marino, which currently has a total ban on terminations, will decide whether to overturn a law from 1865, and legalize abortion within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.The debate has divided the landlocked Catholic enclave, which is home to 33,000 people. Veteran abortion rights advocate, Vanessa Muratori, has been campaigning for a change in the law for almost two decades. “I would like (San Marino) to treat its citizens better, that it recognizes full citizenship of the San Marinesi women, because being unable to decide on one's own body and pregnancy means not being fully recognized as a citizen."As it stands, women who terminate their pregnancies risk three years' imprisonment. The term is twice as long for anyone who carries out the procedure.But the NO campaign is determined, using the slogan "one of us." Its core message is that the unborn child should have the same rights as all San Marino citizens. Marina Corsi, from the campaign:“We oppose this because we believe that human life is a non-negotiable value.”San Marino women who want to abort normally go to Italy, where abortion has been legal since 1978, and pay around 1,500 euros for private healthcare.The world's oldest republic, San Marino has lagged behind its European neighbors when it comes to women's rights.Women only obtained the right to vote in 1960 and have only been allowed to hold political office since 1974.If the vote is successful, the list of European countries banning abortion will be reduced to the Mediterranean island of Malta and the micro-states of Andorra, Liechtenstein and the Vatican City.
The end-Permian mass extinction event - the worst in Earth’s history - saw toxic microbial blooms seething in rivers, delaying the recovery of animal life by millions of years, fossil evidence has revealed.
Thousands of people marched in the annual pride parade in Kyiv, Ukraine, on September 19.This footage, shot by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), shows parade participants gathering and chanting in Kyiv. Around 7,000 people attended the march, The Kyiv Post reported.The march was surrounded by police officers as anti-LGBT protesters gathered nearby. However there were no reports of any clashes, RFE/RL said.Kyiv Pride, the organizers of the parade, named the Equality March, said the march’s theme was “security and the need to enact legislation on crimes based on intolerance of LGBT and other groups that have been suffering from violence for years,” and called for tougher hate-crime laws. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful
On Tuesday, Arizona became the first to sue the Biden administration over new COVID-19 vaccine requirements announced by the president on Sept. 9.
Stocks are grappling with a confluence of risks that are shaking confidence, and adding to September's downward trend.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner (D) joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how his city is fighting climate change.
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Malika Andrews will replace Rachel Nichols as the face of ESPN’s regular NBA coverage. The Disney-backed sports-media giant said Andrews, who is extending her contract, will anchor “NBA Today,” a new weekday basketball program that will air starting October 18, just a day before the big basketball league starts its next season. The new program […]
his week, the Canary Islands have seen their first volcanic eruption in 50 years - which has raised old fears about a possible ‘mega tsunami’ which could lash America.
Dalton escaped an ACL injury on Sunday, but his status for next week is unclear.
Boris Johnson has credited the high level of Covid vaccination among Brits for allowing double-jabbed people to travel from the UK to the US from November, after an 18-month blanket ban on foreign travellers. The prime minister said: "We've made a lot of progress … they'll be able to get there by Thanksgiving, that's a great thing.".
A happy dad has just finished changed this baby's diaper when he hears something very unfortunate. Time to change that diaper again!
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