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There are only two playoff spots for the Blue Jays, Red Sox and Yankees.
As Romeo Beckham makes his football debut, what drives children to follow their parents' career paths?
The fully redesigned 2022 Honda Civic, which is now at dealerships, will certainly be of interest for many small-sedan shoppers. After all, the Civic has been one of the most popular cars sold in America for decades. Underneath the smoother sheet metal is a similar lineup of engines and a smattering of new features.
Haruki Murakami fans can marvel at a vast collection of the Japanese author's novels, scrapbooks and vinyl at a cavernous new library unveiled Wednesday at his old university in Tokyo.
Global record high natural gas prices are pushing some energy-intensive companies to curtail production in a trend that is adding to disruptions to global supply chains in some sectors such as food and could result in higher costs being passed on to their customers. Some companies, including steel producers, fertiliser manufacturers and glass makers, have had to suspend or reduce production in Europe and Asia as a result of spiking energy prices. The UK on Tuesday said it agreed to provide state support to one of the companies to restart production of by-product carbon dioxide, which is used in food production, to avert a supply crunch.
What's it like to be born with one boob? Becca Butcher, who has Poland Syndrome, shares her story
Angered that his ex-girlfriend refused to meet him after their breakup, a man posted her compromising videos on Facebook as revenge.
The soap star - who plays chip shop owner Ian Beale - was spotted serving up burgers at a food festival.
More than 10 bullets hit the car near the village of Lesnyky, around 3 miles outside the capital Kyiv, wounding the driver, a police statement said. It said a criminal case on suspicion of premeditated murder had been opened.A local television station said at least 19 bullet holes could be seen on the driver's side of the car.A senior lawmaker said the aide, Serhiy Shefir, was not hurt. Shefir is close to the president, leading a group of advisers.Zelinskiy, who is in the United States attending the U.N. General Assembly, said he did not know who was behind the attack, but it could domestic or foreign powers.
Brazilian authorities are investigating whether JPMorgan Chase & Co played a role in an alleged bribery and money laundering scheme dating back to 2011 and involved state-run oil company Petrobras, according to documents reviewed by Reuters and two law enforcement sources. So far, police have focused their attention on purchases of roughly 300,000 barrels of Petrobras fuel oil by JPMorgan in 2011 according to the court documents and sources, who requested anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation. The documents, which were seen by Reuters, include email messages among alleged co-conspirators, witness testimony and bank records.
Prominent Democratic lawmakers continue to push for student loan forgiveness amid the pandemic payment pause, and one representative argued that "momentum" for broad-based action is building.
You no longer need to suffer at home with a sore back, tight shoulders or a stiff neck.
The Kremlin and its loyalists have said they will maintain and in some cases intensify their tough approach to internal and external critics and organisations that they view as a threat to Russia's stability. In the run-up to a parliamentary election won by a large margin by the ruling United Russia against a backdrop of fraud allegations, the authorities neutralised the party's critics outside parliament, using legal mechanisms to stop them from taking part in the ballot and targeting what they saw as hostile media and non-governmental organisations. Allies of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, who is serving two-and-a-half years in prison for parole violations he says are trumped up, had their homes raided, their freedom of movement restricted, or fled abroad after a court ruled their activities to be extremist in June.
A Canberra man’s drone-delivery coffees have been getting a rough ride lately, thanks to some ravens who’ve begun attacking them.Benjamin Anthony Roberts, of the Canberra suburb of Harrison, captured this footage outside of his home on September 21 as a raven went on the offensive.The clip shows the bird swoop down on and peck at a Wing-operated drone.Speaking to Storyful, Roberts said he’d identified the angry birds was ravens, and that it wasn’t the first time he’d witnessed them attacking drones. He told the Canberra Times the clever birds had even learned to avoid the drone’s blades.Wing’s automated drones can reach speeds of up to 64.9 miles per hour and can cover a distance of around 12 miles, according to the company’s website. Credit: Benjamin Anthony Roberts via Storyful
The chief executive of the UK's energy regulator Ofgem has said he expects a "large number" of customers to be affected by suppliers going out of business amid soaring gas prices. Jonathan Brearley warned MPs on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee: "We've already seen hundreds of thousands of customers affected, that may go well above that.".
Mexico and the United States were on Wednesday preparing to fly more Haitian migrants away from chaotic U.S.-Mexico border camps, as pressure mounted on U.S. President Joe Biden to stop expulsions of Haitians to their poor, disaster-hit homeland. U.S. authorities have deported more than 500 Haitians since Sunday from a camp housing thousands of mostly Haitian migrants on the U.S. side of border, by the small Texan city of Del Rio. Such deportation flights back to Haiti would continue, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said.
Paul Dowsley and his cameraman were attacked while reporting on the protests in Melbourne, Australia.
Executive assistants are the ultimate multitaskers and instead of relying on half a dozen apps to make their jobs easier, startup Cabinet is pulling all of that together into one software package designed for the 10 million-person administrative professional market. The company, with bases in both Denver and New York, is developing software to aid with daily productivity; for example, a scheduling tool that sits on top of existing company calendars like Outlook and GCal and a peer-to-peer community for EAs to share knowledge. Cabinet was founded by CEO Julia Leibowitz and CTO Evan Kesten in 2018.
Bianca Bustamante, a promising 16-year-old Filipina, is making waves in the international kart racing circuit.