Landmark enterprise happily surprised by national recognition
Landmark enterprise happily surprised by national recognition
Guests at the fully-booked and free-of-charge night paid tribute to the singer.
Attorneys for the victims of a racist episode of police torture say new policies unveiled by a Mississippi sheriff's department this week were introduced so the sheriff can escape liability in a civil lawsuit and forestall a new federal probe. With criminal sentencing for six former law officers scheduled for January and a $400 million lawsuit against them and the sheriff pending, the Rankin County Sheriff's Department unveiled a new policy manual Tuesday. The policies took effect on Nov. 20, the same day attorneys for Michael Corey Jenkins and Eddie Terrell Parker amended their June lawsuit.
Noah Kahan's parents have been supportive of his career from day one
Friday was a day for speechmaking at the United Nations annual climate conference known as COP28, as heads of state each gave short speeches to deliver their views on the planet's climate crisis, what their nation is doing and what they think others should do. It was also a day of sadness, as not far away in the Middle East, Israeli airstrikes and ground fighting resumed in the Gaza Strip after a week-long truce in the Israel-Hamas war to exchange hostages and prisoners. World leaders focused on the scale and imminent threat of climate change and the drastic action needed to curtail global warming before it becomes an even worse catastrophe.
TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Fridayon the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,452.87, up 216.58 points): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Down 21 cents, or 0.47 per cent, to $44.53 on 19.2 million shares. Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Health care. Up eight cents, or 10.67 per cent, to 83 cents on 9.3 million shares. Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Up $1.02, or 1.13 per cent, to $91.63 on 8.9 million shares. Hut 8 Mining Corp. (TSX:HUT
The network says it is working on the issue to fix it as soon as possible.
Danny Macklin, who left his role at AFC Wimbledon in September, was last seen in Braintree early on Friday
Scientists have created microscopic living robots that may be able to help heal the very things they’re made from: human cells.
Aljamain Sterling thinks Cory Sandhagen could have avoided his unfortunate position in the title picture.
Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, Ashley Fink and other members of the 'Glee' cast provided backing vocals on the track released on Friday
The U.S. Air Force has eliminated Boeing from its competition to develop a successor to the E-4B Nightwatch, Boeing confirmed on Friday, shaking up the battle to build the next version of the aircraft known as the "Doomsday Plane" due to its ability to survive a nuclear war. The move leaves privately-held defense contractor Sierra Nevada Corp as the lone company publicly vying for the Survivable Airborne Operations Center (SAOC) contract to eventually replace a fleet that has been in use since the 1970s. The Air Force, which plans to award a SAOC contract in 2024, declined to comment on whether other firms had submitted bids.
An alternative mental health court to compel treatment for people with severe mental illness has received more than 100 petitions since launching in seven California counties in October, state officials said Friday. The state believes between 7,000 and 12,000 people statewide will eventually be eligible for “CARE Court,” which launched on a limited basis before Los Angeles County became the latest and largest county to start the program on Friday. “This is exactly where we want to be,” said Dr. Mark Ghaly, secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency.
VANCOUVER — Canada's spy agency says it has launched a workplace assessment of its British Columbia office over "serious allegations" raised by whistleblowers who say they were sexually assaulted and harassed by a senior officer. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service says the officer who was "implicated" in the allegations — raised in an investigation by The Canadian Press this week — was removed from the workplace. More coming. The Canadian Press
Ken Mascara retires as St. Lucie County sheriff; Pearson appointed sheriff
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OTTAWA — Justice Minister Arif Virani is keeping tight-lipped about whether the federal government is considering a new regulator that would hold online platforms accountable for protecting users from harmful content. Asked about the prospect of a new agency, Virani said Friday the government is looking at consultations that have been done to date and how other countries have confronted the issue. "We're studying what's worked in foreign jurisdictions," he said. "We're definitely working with di
Cher has revealed that she will start recording a new album in February 2024 after admitting she “really forgot how much I liked singing”.
MONT-TREMBLANT, Que. — The set up at Mont-Tremblant is already making an impression on some of the world's top alpine skiers. For the first time since 1983, the Laurentians ski resort is hosting a World Cup event with women’s giant slalom races on deck for Saturday and Sunday. Tremblant replaces Lake Louise, Alta., as the Canadian women’s stop on the World Cup circuit, and one thing that stands out so far among athletes is that each run finishes right in the centre of the village. "That makes it
The actor also gave a speech that concluded with his iconic Kevin McCallister line: "Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals."
A United Nations political mission in war-torn Sudan will end on Sunday after the U.N. Security Council voted on Friday to shut it down following a request from the country's acting foreign minister last month. A war erupted on April 15 between the Sudanese army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces after weeks of rising tension between the two sides over a plan to integrate forces as part of a transition from military rule to civilian democracy. The British-drafted resolution terminates the mandate of the U.N. mission, known as UNITAMS, on Dec. 3 and requires it to wind down over the next three months.