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Stocks edged lower in morning trading on Wall Street Thursday as technology and communications companies fell broadly. Trading was choppy. Stocks edged higher in the early going after a surprisingly good retail sales report for August, but then quickly turned lower. The S&P 500 index fell 0.7% as of 10:20 a.m., with every sector within the benchmark index losing ground. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 192 points, or 0.6%, to 34,620 and the Nasdaq fell 0.7%. Technology companies were the bi
The non-binding resolution noted the inability of European forces to secure an airport such as Kabul for evacuations without U.S. support. The parliament also criticised the U.S. planning of a drawdown from Afghanistan that EU lawmakers said was unilateral and without sufficient coordination with NATO allies, many of which are EU members. The dependency on Washington for evacuations from Afghanistan has triggered fresh discussions in the European Union about the establishment of a rapid reaction force.
The BBC spoke with six singers who crossed to Pakistan illegally and are now living in hiding.
New Delhi [India], September 16 (ANI): A Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Court of Delhi on Wednesday granted bail to a woman, accused in a bribery case involving Rs 5.89 crores and 23 kg gold in connection with an alleged graft case against A K Kathpal, a former Principal Chief Mechanical Engineer earlier posted at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF).
PHILADELPHIA, September 16, 2021--Exegenesis Bio, a rapidly growing global gene therapy company, developing innovative genetic medicines for eye, CNS and liver-directed diseases is pleased to announce the appointment of Mahen Gundecha as Chief Business Officer.
CHICAGO, September 16, 2021-- FORM 8.3
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AKG has unveiled the Ara USB microphone. At $99, it's built for new streamers and podcasters.
The trial for ex-Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid is expected to last a week. Jurors will be selected from a pool of about 70 people.
Working in English for the first time, Japanese auteur Sion Sono's greatness gets lost in the translation
British wholesale electricity prices for the following day jumped by 19% to £475 per megawatt hour.
It is the controversial presenter's first major new job since he left Good Morning Britain in March.
KATY, Texas, September 16, 2021--Igloo launches new line of affordable stainless steel, double-walled, vacuum-insulated drinkware for extended liquid temperature retention
Ruthie Henshall said some care homes are ‘making up their own rules’.
The vaccine certificate program is the best case scenario for struggling businesses that need to avoid further lockdowns amid the pandemic, Niagara-on-the-Lake Chamber of Commerce president Eduardo Lafforgue says. “We want to avoid another lockdown, it would be absolutely catastrophic. That’s why we have been so supportive (of the vaccine certificate),” Lafforgue said. He emphasized the vaccine certificate is not a political whim imposed by the Ontario government. “This is under the recommendati
L. Steven Taylor got the call that would change his life in 2005: Would he like to make his Broadway debut in “The Lion King”? “Six months has turned into 16 years,” Taylor says with a smile. Taylor got the honor to restart “The Lion King” this week as Mufasa, the king, after 18 months of silence due to the pandemic.
B.J. Novak and Mindy Kaling played onscreen on-again-off-again couple Ryan and Kelly in The Office
The footballer is currently still allowed to drive as his ban was ‘set aside’ until the trial later this year.
"It's something that's been plaguing me for over 25 years, and no one ever got to that issue."
Canada continues its climb up the world soccer ladder, moving eight places to No. 51 in the latest FIFA rankings. It's the highest position for the Canadian men since they were 53rd in October 2009. The country's best ranking was No. 40 in December 1996. Canada currently sits fourth in CONCACAF, behind Mexico (No. 9, unchanged), the U.S. (No. 13, down four) and Costa Rica (No. 44, unchanged). The Canadians moved past Jamaica in CONCACAF, which covers North and Central America and the Caribbean,