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Despite the pandemic, we're still using positive emoji much of the time.
The Republican congressman from Ohio is spouting nonsense that ignores data, experts and the reality of the newest coronavirus variant.
“I didn’t realize how nice it was to not have to deal with cables anymore."
The intruders were said to have put themselves and the security team at risk.
"Call Me Kat" star's ABC primetime gig begins in February
Oscar-winning designer Janty Yates tells TheWrap she and her team created more than 100 original looks for the film
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MLB hasn't experienced a work stoppage in almost 27 years. But the other major men's leagues have gone through several.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders reached agreement Thursday on a spending bill that would keep the government running through mid-February, though a temporary federal shutdown was still possible this weekend because some Republican senators are objecting to the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The measure, expected to be taken up by the House later Thursday, would keep spending at current levels to Feb. 18 while including $7 billion to aid Afghanistan evacuees. Rep. Rosa
Food prices are up over 5 percent in the past year—here's what experts have to say about the rising trend.
Arlene Dahl obituary. Hollywood star of the 1950s whose immaculate image helped promote the beauty business she founded after retiring from films
Fifteen Republican senators want language in the bill preventing the use of federal money to implement a workplace vaccination and testing mandate.
Afghanistan is being hit by multiple crises that are “progressively getting worse,” with drought, economic collapse and displacement all pushing the population into catastrophic hunger, a senior international aid official said Thursday. The onset of winter will only increase the pain for Afghans and drive some closer to disaster, warned Alexander Matheou, Asia-Pacific regional director for the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. According to U.N. figures from early November, almost 24 million people in Afghanistan, around 60% percent of the population, suffer from acute hunger.
NBC execs should be licking their chops at the potential of a Bucs-Patriots Super Bowl.
The European Commission has given its clearest signal yet that it's prepared to intervene over weak enforcement of the EU's data protection rules against big tech. Today the bloc's executive also had a warning for adtech giants Google and Facebook -- accusing them of choosing "legal tricks" over true compliance with the EU's standard of "privacy by design" -- and emphasizing the imperative for them to take data protection "seriously". Speaking at a privacy conference this morning, Vera Jourová, the EU's commissioner for values and transparency, said enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) at a national level must buck up -- and become "effective" -- or else it "will have to change", warning specifying that any "potential changes" will move toward centralized enforcement.
HARARE, Zimbabwe — The World Health Organization’s Africa director says quick detection and reporting of the new omicron variant of the coronavirus by Botswana and South Africa have “bought the world time” as nations scramble to stop it spreading. Dr. Matshidiso Moeti said Thursday that “we have a window of opportunity but must act quickly and ramp up detection and prevention measures.” Much remains unknown about the new variant, including whether it is more contagious, as some health authoritie
The Biden administration is seeking to ramp up its pandemic response amid the official arrival of the Omicron coronavirus variant, laying out a plan on Thursday to make at-home COVID-19 tests available free of charge, accelerate its push for booster shots and tightening rules for travelers. Private health insurance companies will be required to reimburse customers for the cost of over-the-counter at-home COVID-19 tests, the White House said, with the administration issuing federal guidance by Jan. 15. At-home tests approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration include Abbott Laboratories' BinaxNOW, OraSure Technologies Inc's InteliSwab, ACON Laboratories' FlowFlex and Ellume's home test, among others.
Cindy Williams paid tribute to her Laverne & Shirley co-star Eddie Mekka today, tweeting her love and calling the late actor “a world-class talent who could do it all.” The tweet – see it below – also includes a video of Mekka highlights from Laverne & Shirley, with many of the clips showcasing Mekka’s song […]
Eddie Mekka, best known for his role as Carmine Ragusa on the 1970s sitcom 'Laverne & Shirley,' has died. He was 69.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Historic Supreme Court arguments over abortion behind them, the justices soon will begin the work of crafting a decision that could dramatically limit abortion rights in the United States. They will meet in private before the week ends and take an initial vote on whether to uphold Mississippi's ban on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. But it will be months before a decision is issued. In nearly two hours of arguments Wednesday, the court's conservative majority indicated t