Dunk of the Night: Donovan Mitchell - December 6, 2022
Dunk of the Night: Donovan Mitchell - December 6, 2022
Goldman Sachs to no longer issue Apple Card in about 15 months as the companies seek other financial institutions to back the card and savings account.
Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei met Tuesday with senior Biden administration officials at the White House in his first international trip since winning a presidential runoff earlier this month. The right-wing Milei had a “positive meeting” with White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan, the president-elect's office said in a statement. The visit by Argentina's incoming leader occurred while President Joe Biden was away from Washington at a memorial for former first lady Rosalynn Carter in Georgia and then traveling to Colorado.
The Yukon government was late in filing its annual financial report, and is blaming it on new accounting practices and a lack of experienced staff. According to the territorial government's own laws, the public accounts are supposed to be filed by the end of October. This year, the government tabled its 2022–23 public accounts on Nov. 22 — several weeks late. "That deadline really caused an awful lot of stress for the team," Finance Minister Sandy Silver said."But they also equalled if not doubl
As campmates discussed whether it is acceptable for white people to say “water” in a Jamaican accent, Nigel and Nella disagreed. “If a white person does a black accent, then that’s considered a crime” Farage complained. Nella said it “depends on the context”, and that some people can be offended if they feel they are being mocked.
Rising rental inventory adds competition for home sellers, Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi said. New supply is bringing down rents, which should help weaken home prices as well, he told CNBC. Mortgage rates will settle between 5%-6%, helping boost home sales, Zandi added.
NEW DELHI (AP) — The rescue mission was expected to last only a few days. Instead, it took 17 days to reach 41 construction workers who were trapped when a landslide collapsed a mountain tunnel in northern India earlier this month. The excruciating wait finally ended at nightfall on Tuesday, as temperatures dropped near the accident site in the mountainous state of Uttarakhand. Everyone was pulled out alive. But beyond the jubilation and relief, questions remain as to why what became one of the
The cybersecurity firm's stock has risen over 75% this year as investors laud Splunk's move to incorporate artificial intelligence into its products and its focus on subscription or renewable contract models. Cisco Systems, which cut its annual revenue and profit forecasts earlier this month, entered into an agreement to buy Splunk for about $28 billion in September to strengthen its software business. Splunk is known for its strengths in the area of data observability, which helps companies monitor their systems for cybersecurity risks and other threats.
Larry Fink, an acclaimed and adventurous photographer whose subjects ranged from family portraits and political satire to working class lives and the elite of show business and Manhattan society, has died at 82. Robert Mann, owner of the Robert Mann Gallery, told The Associated Press that Fink died Saturday at his home in Martins Creek, Pennsylvania.
Bill Guerin didn't want to fire Dean Evason. But the way the Minnesota Wild have been playing, the general manager felt he had no choice but to switch head coaches to try to get them back on track. “I think it had just gotten to that point where almost no matter what they did, the guys were having a hard time executing and generating offense. Something had to change,” Guerin said. “ 'We can’t trade 23 players,’ is the old saying. But I just had that feeling that it wasn’t going to come back.” Gu
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Charlie Munger, who helped Warren Buffett build Berkshire Hathaway into an investment powerhouse, has died at a California hospital. He was 99. Berkshire Hathaway said in a statement that Munger’s family told the company that he died Tuesday morning at the hospital just over a month before his 100th birthday. “Berkshire Hathaway could not have been built to its present status without Charlie’s inspiration, wisdom and participation,” Buffett said in a statement. Munger served a
"This does not involve any players or their families,” Blackhawks General Manager Kyle Davidson said in a press conference
Ratings plummeting. Campmates quitting. Now high-profile allegations of animal cruelty. It hasn’t been a vintage week for I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! (ITV1) so why the jungle reality contest continues to sideline its star signing becomes more baffling by the day.
Perris Jones was injured on Nov. 9 after a helmet-to-helmet collision that resulted in him being carted off.
For years, Hota Industrial Mfg. Co has made gears, shafts and other auto parts in Taiwan and shipped them to large foreign carmakers such as Tesla, Ford Motor and General Motors. But soaring shipping costs during the pandemic and escalating cross-strait tensions have forced some of Hota's customers to re-evaluate their reliance on Taiwan, a democratically governed island that China claims as its own and has not ruled out taking by force. To address client concerns about supply chain security and to move closer to North America, which accounts for 70% of its sales, Hota in September announced a $99 million investment in a plant in New Mexico, its first outside Asia.
Trolls came after the superstar claiming that she was trying to "be white."
Heads of US and Israeli spy agencies to meet Qatari leadership, with focus on persuading Hamas to release male hostages
Mario Roberson of Waterwood was indicted on an arson charge after a months-long investigation by the Texas State Fire Marshal's Office and the FBI.
Man kills another at home
Man killed in Daytona Beach fire was 'unrecognizable,' officials say
A judge Tuesday refused to dismiss misconduct charges against a former Georgia prosecutor accused of hindering the investigation into the 2020 killing of Ahmaud Arbery. The one-page ruling by Senior Judge John R. Turner comes 20 months after defense attorneys for former District Attorney Jackie Johnson filed a legal motion arguing the case against her should be scrapped for lack of evidence. Johnson served as the top prosecutor for coastal Glynn County when white men in pickup trucks chased and killed Arbery on Feb. 23, 2020, after they spotted the young Black man running in their neighborhood.