Letter urges sponsors provide ‘corporate climate political influencing statements’ after 630 lobbyists attend Cop27
State Rep. Weston Newton succeeds Rep. Chris Murphy, who now sits on the House Ways and Means Committee.
Despite all the mythology and speculation surrounding the film, which took seven years to make, it's actually way more bonkers than even the most diehard Lips fan could imagine.
A sanctioned Ukrainian politician who U.S. authorities said has ties to Russian intelligence services was hit with new criminal charges Wednesday over his alleged purchase of two condominiums in Beverly Hills, California. The charges were announced by federal prosecutors in Brooklyn and the Justice Department's KleptoCapture task force against Andrii Derkach, a member of Ukraine's parliament who has been labeled by the United States as a Russian agent and who allegedly sought to influence the 2020 presidential election by meeting with and funneling disinformation about Joe Biden to Rudy Giuliani. Derkach is charged in a seven-count indictment with conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, bank fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy and four counts of money laundering.
You’d think fund mangers would have deployed degree of scepticism after years of overvalued businesses
The former chief technology officer of Blockparty was arrested on Wednesday after U.S. prosecutors alleged he stole more than $1 million in cash and cryptocurrency from the company, which operates a marketplace for non-fungible tokens. Rikesh Thapa, 28, of San Diego, California, co-founded the company in 2017 and left it in 2019 after refusing to return $1 million in company funds he agreed to hold in his bank account while Blockparty looked for another bank, prosecutors said. Thapa, who was arrested in Southern California, faces one count of wire fraud.
A Cold Moon only happens once a year while Mars is in retrograde every 26 months. On Wednesday night, the two events will collide.
The full 60-minute My Next Guest Needs No Introduction interview will premiere on Dec. 12
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EastEnders' Lola Pearce will receive heartbreaking news as she and Ben Mitchell search to find an alternative treatment for her brain tumour.
From a funky art print to a new pair of hoops.
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Yair Rodriguez won't underestimate Josh Emmett.
PHOENIX, December 07, 2022--University of Phoenix is pleased to announce its Recertification Provider status with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management, to offer programs that qualify for recertification credits for the SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP®) and SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP®) credentials.
Volodymyr Kudrytsky, chief executive of the Ukrenergo grid operator, also told a meeting arranged by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) that his officials were scouring the world for the complex equipment needed for repairs. Eight recent waves of Russian air strikes on critical infrastructure have seriously damaged the grid and led to emergency and planned outages across the country.
The West must seize $350 billion in frozen Russian funds and use it to arm Ukrainians, MPs and MEPs have been told.
After 54 years of production, the most recognizable and iconic commercial aircraft is fading into the sunset as Boeing prepares to deliver its final 747 aircraft. Late Tuesday night, the 1,574th 747 rolled out of the Everett, Washington, hanger where the 747 was first producted in 1967. In 1970, Pan Am became the launch customer of the double-decker jumbo jet, forever changing the way people moved around the world.
The actress even wore her 'Mean Girls' holiday outfit to get in the spirit.
LONDON, December 07, 2022--The London office of international law firm Dorsey & Whitney has strengthened its commercial litigation team with the appointment of new partner, Aymen Khoury.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s historical society can proceed with efforts to gain control of a set of ancient ceremonial and burial earthworks currently maintained by a country club where members golf alongside the mounds but access to the public is limited, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. At issue before the court were the 2,000-year-old Octagon Earthworks in Newark in central Ohio. The Ohio History Connection, which owns the earthworks, had sought to reclaim a lease held by the Moundbu