Crews were called to a rowhome fire Saturday afternoon in York.
Crews were called to a rowhome fire Saturday afternoon in York.
"I wear these more than my Lululemons," shared one thrilled reviewer.
U.S. prosecutors charged a Russian citizen who was also a U.S. resident with facilitating a sanctions evasion and money laundering scheme in relation to billionaire Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg, in an indictment unsealed in federal court on Tuesday, the Justice Department said. Vladimir Voronchenko, 70, of Moscow, was accused of participating in a scheme to make payments totaling over $4 million to maintain four U.S. properties that were owned by Vekselberg, the Justice Department said in a statement.
The Canadian government on Tuesday announced C$46.2 billion ($34.4 billion) in new funding for provinces and territories to tackle the country's strained public health system. * C$25 billion over 10 years to advance shared health priorities through tailored bilateral agreements that will support the needs of people in each province and territory in four areas of shared priority: family health services; health workers and backlogs; mental health and substance use; and a modernized health system. * These additional federal investments will be contingent on continued healthcare investments by provinces and territories.
“It is so important for me that my first pieces of legislation work to safeguard protections, not just for my faith, but for every faith in Texas.”
Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua knows how special it is just getting back on the court for 14th-ranked Baylor nearly a full year after a gruesome knee injury that many people thought would end his career. The big man for the Bears is a testament to an unwavering spiritual faith and hard work. “You didn’t know if he would ever walk, run, let alone play basketball,” Bears coach Scott Drew said.
TORONTO — Toy maker Spin Master Corp. recorded a drop in revenue in its latest quarter after stores ordered inventory early to avoid supply shortages and high inflation took a toll on demand later in the year. Spin Master CEO and global president Max Rangel said Tuesday the company had an "exceptionally strong" first half of 2022 driven in part by retailers bringing in toys earlier in the year than normal to minimize anticipated supply chain disruptions going into the fall. But toy revenue for t
Speaking in the aftermath of a brawl at a middle school basketball game that ended with the death of one of the participants, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott Tuesday says there is too much anger in contemporary society and he called for a return to civility. The civility challenges are not unique to Vermont and they have been building over the last several years, but Scott, a Republican, placed the Jan. 31 brawl in the Canadian border town of Alburgh on the same spectrum of anger that at its extreme end led to the Jan. 6, 2021, attempted insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in Washington. “We’re constantly being divided into camps, whether it’s politics, religion, race, or social issues where everything has turned into us versus them,” Scott said.
Canada's federal government will provide an additional C$46.2 billion ($34.4 billion) in new funding for the country's public healthcare system over 10 years, it said on Tuesday following a meeting with its provincial and territorial counterparts to hammer out a deal to fix the overburdened system. Canada's public healthcare systems have been under strain thanks in part to the pandemic and staffing shortages that have left hospitals stretched to a breaking point. The federal government, for its part, said it wanted new money to come with conditions.
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Hertz's fleet in the Americas peaked at 428,700 vehicles for the year ended Dec. 31, 2022, of which 11% were Tesla cars, the filing showed. The company had an additional 1,187 Teslas in its international fleet. Hertz's decision to bolster its fleet with Teslas had briefly helped the EV maker hit $1 trillion in market value in 2021.
The proposal would remove the governor’s ability to nominate State Board of Education members, in favor of them being elected by voters.
VANCOUVER — Pink sea urchins off the coast of Vancouver Island are expanding into shallower waters, in what researchers say is an indication of how rapidly climate change is affecting ocean life. Researchers at Memorial University, Ocean Networks Canada and the University of Victoria found the urchins were moving into shallower water at an average rate of 3.5 metres per year as climate change and warming water reduce oxygen levels and food sources at lower depths. The study's co-author Rylan Com
The White House said Tuesday it opposes legislation before Congress that would end a requirement that most foreign air travelers be vaccinated against COVID-19. The House of Representatives is set to vote on the bill on Wednesday. The Biden administration in June dropped its requirement that people arriving in the country by air must test negative for COVID but has not lifted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccination requirements.
Two major conservative groups have signaled they are open to supporting someone other than Donald Trump in the 2024 race for the White House, the latest sign from an increasingly vocal segment of the Republican Party that it’s time to move on from the former president. David McIntosh, the president of the influential Club For Growth group, said Tuesday that the group has invited a half dozen potential Republican candidates to its donor summit in Florida next month, but Trump — the only declared major candidate in the race so far — is not among them. Instead, the group has invited Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is viewed as Trump's most formidable likely challenger, along with Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador; former Vice President Mike Pence; former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina; and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
Two members of Styles' dance troupe said the singer was thrown off-balance after his onstage turntable began spinning in the wrong direction.
Juliette Lamour, the youngest lottery winner in Canada history, said she plans to keep going to school and will invest most of her winnings.
Bing will now have "answer" and "chat" options in search using the latest in artificial intelligence.
A dead, frozen shark washed up on a Cape Cod beach amid a polar vortex captured the internet's attention but experts say there's more to the story.
Michael Kushma, CIO of Broad Markets Fixed Income at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, explains the Fed's latest thinking on inflation.
Ten lawsuits alleging two major pesticide makers engaged in a scheme to artificially inflate farmers' costs prices have been consolidated before the same North Carolina federal judge overseeing a related case filed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission last year, according to a U.S. court order on Monday. The lawsuits filed in Indiana and North Carolina in recent months alleged customer "loyalty programs" implemented by pesticide manufacturers Syngenta Corp and Corteva Inc stymied competition for generic versions of certain products, causing farmers to pay higher prices. The 10 private complaints and another 10 "tag along" cases with common facts followed an action that the FTC, joined by 10 states, filed in North Carolina in September against Chinese-owned Syngenta and U.S.-based Corteva that accused them of "paying off distributors to block generic producers from the market."