Hollywood To You/Star MaxApparently, not everyone on Dancing with the Stars is content to cross the WGA’s picket line. Actor and writers guild member Matt Walsh has decided to sashay away from the show in deference to his union, as pickets continue outside the studio.In a statement posted to his verified Instagram account, the Veep alum wrote that he’s “taking a pause from Dancing with the Stars until an agreement is made with the WGA.” He added that he’d initially joined the show “under the imp
President Joe Biden ordered federal agencies to continue holding Norfolk Southern accountable for its February derailment in eastern Ohio and appoint a FEMA official to oversee East Palestine's recovery, but he still stopped short of declaring a disaster. Biden issued the executive order Wednesday evening. Part of the order essentially directed the environmental, health and transportation officials to continue doing what they are doing to make sure Norfolk Southern fulfills its responsibilities and report on the progress.
The Polish Minister of Justice likened Holland's "The Green Border" to Nazi propaganda because it dares to share the country's official mistreatment of Syrian refugees.
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Pakistan's caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar said on Thursday that elections in Pakistan would probably held by the end of January. Kakar told an event hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations in New York he understood the process of creating new constituencies by the Election Commission of Pakistan and public consultations on this would probably take another three or three and a half months. Earlier on Thursday, the Election Commission of Pakistan announced that a general election would be held in January, almost three months later than scheduled, removing political uncertainty over the timing to help salvage a falling economy.
The incident, which happened in Los Angeles in 2008, is the first time Brand has been heard publicly admitting sexual misconduct.
European Union lawmaker Brando Benifei, who is leading negotiations on artificial intelligence rules, on Thursday urged EU countries to compromise in key areas in order to reach agreement with the bloc's executive by the end of the year. Benifei's call comes ahead of two more rounds of talks next month to thrash out draft rules proposed by the European Commission two years ago, which aim to set a global standard for a technology with a role in almost every industry and business. The thorniest issues are biometric surveillance and copyrighted material used by ChatGPT and other generative AI.
It seems the TV show's real-life inspirations have concluded their own succession drama.
Road crews in Washington were left with "quite the mess to clean up" when a semi truck rolled over on Interstate 5 and spilled its load of fish across all the northbound lanes.
iSeeCars found that high used car prices are pushing buyers into cars several years older than before, and that all used cars are far more expensive.
“Everybody started screaming, saying that there was a child trapped underneath of the van,” a witness said.
Scientists plucked the creatures from karst caves in the country of Georgia, the study said.
With Carolina Panthers QB Bryce Young dealing with an ankle injury, backup Andy Dalton will appear on offense one way or another, as he embraces a short-yardage role.
We might have to throw a party just for an excuse to whip up a charcuterie tray with some of these.
Heated protests and counter protests concerning parental rights, children’s rights, and LGBTQIA2S+ issues took place across Alberta on Wednesday. On Sept. 20, 1 Million March for Children held marches in various cities across Canada in protest of what the group is calling SOGI — sexual orientation and gender identity — in schools. On its website, the group says it advocates for the elimination of SOGI curriculum, pronouns, gender ideology, and mixed bathrooms in schools. In Alberta, protests wer
Stan Kiser was killed exactly four years ago on Sept. 21, 2019, when Tracy Gordon drove his Baja speedboat into the side of the Kiser family’s pontoon boat on Lake Murray.
The three-day walkout will shut schools across the country.
Neuralink — the brain implant startup founded by Elon Musk — is moving forward with plans to commence human trials after receiving approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in May. The company is actively recruiting participants, specifically seeking individuals with caregivers and those who have quadriplegia or spinal cord injuries. Yahoo Finance's Anjalee Khemlani breaks down the qualifications and terms of eligibility for participating in the testing trials. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
The Grammy-nominated singer disclosed the health news after being notably absent from promoting his upcoming album.
Two former Black TikTok employees have accused Chinese parent company ByteDance of terminating them because they complained of racial discrimination.