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A judge is expected to decide today whether Jamie Spears should be removed from his controversial role running his superstar daughter Britney's life. The hearing at the Los Angeles Superior Court is a significant moment in the 13-year conservatorship arrangement that has controlled the financial and personal life of the millionaire singer. It comes as new allegations have been made in a series of documentaries about Britney's treatment by those involved in her care.
Royals including Charles and the Cambridges mixed with healthcare workers and Armed Forces members at the film’s world premiere in London.
VICTORIA — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has denied a forest company's application to extend an injunction against blockades by people opposed to the logging of old-growth trees in a remote area of southern Vancouver Island. Justice Douglas Thompson says in a written decision that the factors in favour of extending the injunction at Fairy Creek north of Port Renfrew do not outweigh the public interest in protecting the court's reputation. Thompson's ruling also lifted the injunction on
Aurox and decentralized exchange QuickSwap today announced a new partnership that will provide Aurox traders with both a decentralized source of liquidity and the ability to access and trade tokens via QuickSwap.Dallas, TX, USA, Sept. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- - September 28, 2021 /MarketersMEDIA/ — Aurox, the all-in-one cryptocurrency trading platform, and decentralized exchange QuickSwap today announced a new partnership that will provide Aurox traders with both a decentralized source of li
An Indiana man who is currently hospitalized wants to share his pro-vaccine message with others who like him have not been vaccinated.
His screen time during The Voice blind auditions Tuesday night may have been short, but 19-year-old contestant Berritt Haynes still made a lasting impression. Following his audition Tuesday, Haynes revealed that, last year, he was offered a Make-A-Wish to attend a live Voice taping. However, due to the fact that there was no live audience because of COVID, his wish could not be granted. Fortunately, his mother sent in a video of him singing to audition for The Voice and, instead of sitting in the audience, he ended up on the actual stage. When Haynes was eight years old, he was diagnosed with a heart disease called "hypertrophic cardiomyopathy," often called "the sudden death disease." When he was 14 years old, he had an internal defibrillator placed. However, during Tuesday's episode, Haynes was just grateful to be alive and well… and on Team Blake Shelton, who tweeted live during the episode, saying: "To say it’s an honor to have you on Team Blake would be the understatement of the century! Damn proud of you Berritt!"
The N.W.T.'s Office of the Chief Public Health Officer (OCPHO) reported 50 new cases of COVID-19 across the territory on Tuesday, and one death. It also issued four public exposure notices. There are now 261 confirmed, active cases across the Northwest Territories, an increase of 15 from Monday. The new COVID-19 death is the territory's sixth since the start of the pandemic. The OCPHO did not provide any details about the death, citing privacy concerns. Exposure notices Also on Tuesday, the OCPH
Residents of a Mayan community in Guatemala prevented experts on Tuesday from beginning to exhume the remains of more than 100 children believed to have been buried clandestinely in a former military garrison during the country's civil war in the 1980s. The search efforts in the village of Chiul, more than 120 miles (200 km) from Guatemala City, were scheduled to begin early on Tuesday morning but were suspended after residents disrupted the plans without offering an explanation for their opposition. Arnulfo Oxlaj, one of the survivors of the massacre who was at the site on Tuesday, said that among those who opposed the exhumations were former members of the country's armed forces, which has been accused of carrying out the massacre.
A former police officer who kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard will return to the Old Bailey to learn if he will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Wayne Couzens 48, was a serving Pc with the Metropolitan Police when he snatched Ms Everard as she walked home in Clapham, south London, on the evening of March 3. The sexual predator, who had clocked off from a 12-hour shift that morning, went on to rape and strangle the 33-year-old marketing executive.
As world leaders prepare for next month's COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Greta Thunberg is criticizing governments for not living up to their promises while others are pointing to concerns about the inequity facing countries most impacted by climate change.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has banned anti-vaccination protests outside hospitals but did not impose any new COVID-19 restrictions to address the worsening strain on the health-care system.
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs says he stands by his decision to drop all COVID-19 restrictions earlier this summer despite the current surge of COVID-19 cases in the province, frustrating many who’ve lost loved ones to the virus.
In his first news conference since being re-elected, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held firm on his promise to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for air and rail travel as well as the federal public service when Parliament resumes later this fall.
Burglary charges have been dismissed against six University of Kentucky football players who were indicted this summer following an investigation into an incident at a frat party.
The image of a heart-shaped honeycomb is real. But it wasn't designed by bees like some social media users claim.
WASHINGTON (AP) — As President Joe Biden visited one disaster site after another this summer — from California wildfires to hurricane-induced flooding in Louisiana and New York — he said climate change is “everybody’s crisis” and America must get serious about the “code red” danger posed by global warming. In many ways, the president is making up for lost time. Biden and Democrats are pursuing a sweeping $3.5 trillion federal overhaul that includes landmark measures to address climate change and
NBC this Tuesday night invited you to a land down under — meaning, far beneath Los Angeles — with La Brea. Did the sinkhole drama suck you in? La Brea stars Natalie Zea (Justified) as Eve Harris, and office manager and mom who was motoring past the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum with daughter […]
SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not watched the Sept. 28 episode of “Bachelor in Paradise.” Ivan Hall had a rough time in Paradise. He first pursued Jessenia Cruz, before she left him for another contestant. His relationship with Kendall Long was short-lived after she exited not over her ex. And as the […]
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