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Brazil's authorities will not tolerate the dissemination of fake news in next year's elections, a Supreme Court justice said on Thursday after an electoral court acquitted far-right President Jair Bolsonaro of such a crime in the 2018 election. People found to be spreading fake news may face prison and any candidate involved could be banned from running, Supreme Court Justice Alexandre de Moraes said. Moraes, who will head the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) next year and took part in the Bolsonaro ruling, said "everyone knows" fake news was spread during the 2018 elections, but there was no definitive proof of wrongdoing.
Haitian police have received proof that 17 Americans and a Canadian abducted by a gang are alive, a police source said Thursday.
Cozy is the name of the game this fall — and these joggers have you covered.
Connie Gent was killed alongside her best friend her brother, John Paul, 13, and their mum Terri Harris, 35, on 19 September this year.
Brandon Taubman was suspended for the entire 2020 MLB season, but was allegedly reinstated after the World Series.
Tom Caulfield, GlobalFoundries CEO joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel as the company goes public on the Nasdaq.
The Street is staying upbeat on new market darling, Ford.
Satellite imagery from EUMETSAT’s Meteosat 11 and NOAA’s RAMMB-Cira, captured on October 28, shows a “medicane” forming in the Mediterranean Sea near Sicily, which has already seen days of deadly flooding.A medicane is a cyclone-producing storm in the Mediterranean Sea with tropical storm or hurricane-like features, 3B Meteo reports. The storm has the potential to bring life-threatening wind and flooding to areas in the Mediterranean, including the southernmost tip of the Italian mainland and the island of Sicily, which are forecast to bear the brunt of the storm.Italy’s Department of Civil Protection issued orange alerts, indicating “moderate criticality,” for areas in Sicily on Wednesday ahead of the storm, which is currently subtropical.Local news reports said shops and residences in the city of Catania have been boarded up in anticipation of the storm. Credit: RAMMB-CIRA/EUMETSAT via Storyful
Arizona's defense ranks 31st in yards per carry. Is Aaron Jones about to go off?
Hurlbut Academy, the online learning platform developed by Lydia Hurlbut and Shane Hurlbut, will transform into the more expansive Filmmakers Academy, a new online platform for courses in cinematography, directing, lighting, post-production and other disciplines. The platform will allow artisans and filmmakers to unlock a whole new realm of educational possibilities for creatives. Masterclasses aim […]
Curious what to tell kids when racy shirts show up at the happiest place on Earth? Here's how experts say to handle adult-themed T-shirts at theme parks.
What if there was a way to serve Bloomin' Onion at your next party or (even better) a way to eat a Bloomin' Onion from the comfort of your couch?
These two handheld tools promise to help form a crispy taco shell right in your toaster — we'll see about that.
Having divisional underdogs in low-scoring games makes for good teaser options.
The Canadian government is trying to quash a legal challenge to its policy of turning back asylum-seekers entering the country between border crossings, saying the group bringing it lacks standing, even as it has granted a growing number of exemptions to the policy. Since March 2020, Canada has turned back at least 544 asylum-seekers trying to cross from the United States between ports of entry, government figures show. The government says its policy is justified by the COVID-19 pandemic and the exemptions it has granted prove recourse is available.
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Want to snuggle up in something chunky, warm and cozy? Meet the incredible Kirundo pullover.
Ed Mills, Raymond James Washington Policy Analyst, discusses Biden's revamped $1.75T spending bill, and how it will affect the markets.
All remaining countries on England's red list for international travel will be removed, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced. The Latin American countries of Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela will be taken off the list at 4am on 1 November. This means arrivals will no longer need to spend 11 nights in a quarantine hotel at a cost of £2,285.
Paul Schatz, Heritage Capital President, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss Biden’s revised spending plan, outlook on growth, and expectations for Amazon and Google.