Man dies from injuries after car struck during police chase, coroner says
Man dies from injuries after car struck during police chase, coroner says
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire: To sit and watch a garden spider at work is surprisingly moving
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The double-barreled strike that brought Hollywood to a halt may be half over after a tentative deal has been struck to return screenwriters to work after nearly five months. The two sides had been divided on issues of pay, the size of writing staffs on shows and the use of artificial intelligence in how scripts are created. The agreement, still subject to the approval of union members, was reached Sunday night after five days of lengthy negotiations. Actors, who joined the wri
Sicilian Mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro, captured in January after three decades on the run, has died in hospital in central Italy.
A large moose was spotted calmly passing through a parking lot in Anchorage, Alaska, towering over parked cars.“September is the time of the annual run and bulls can be very agitated; so I wanted to keep a car between myself and the moose,” said Brian Brettschneider, who filmed the video.Moose become active during their rutting season, running from late August to early October, during which they actively seek out potential mating partners. Credit: Brian Brettschneider via Storyful
Grid-scale energy storage is essential in helping balance and regulate energy supply in a grid that is increasingly reliant on intermittent wind and solar power. "The energy storage market is on pace for a record year, as utilities and larger power users increasingly turn to storage to enhance the grid and improve reliability," said ACP VP of Research and Analytics, John Hensley. Across all segments of the industry, the U.S. energy storage market added 5,597 megawatt hours (MWh) in the second quarter this year, a new quarterly record.
HONOLULU (AP) — From just outside the burn zone in Lahaina, Jes Claydon can see the ruins of the rental home where she lived for 13 years and raised three children. Little remains recognizable beyond the jars of sea glass that stood outside the front door. On Monday, officials are expected to begin lifting restrictions on entry to the area, and Claydon hopes to collect those jars and any other mementos she might find. “I want the freedom to just be there and absorb what happened,” Claydon said.
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STORY: At a news conference, NASA Planetary Science Division Director Lori Glaze called the retrieval - of the largest soil sample ever scooped up from the surface of an asteroid streaking through Earth's atmosphere - "incredible".The gumdrop-shaped capsule, released from the robotic spacecraft OSIRIS-REx as the mothership passed within 67,000 miles (107,826 km) of Earth hours earlier, touched down within a designated landing zone west of Salt Lake City.Osiris-REx Principal Investigator Dante Lauretta laid out the goals of studying the asteroid, named Bennu, to the media. "The key objective for me and one of the driving objectives of this program is to try to understand, did carbon-rich asteroids, like Bennu, deliver the compounds that may have led to the origin of life on our planet?"He also assured people the sample poses a low risk for planet Earth. The final descent and landing, shown on a NASA livestream, capped a six-year joint mission between the U.S. space agency and the University of Arizona. It was only the third asteroid sample, and by far the biggest, ever returned to Earth for analysis, following two similar missions by Japan's space agency ending in 2010 and 2020.
Under state guidelines, Regency Transportation was placed on the “unacceptable operators” list by the New York Department of Transportation.
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty/ReutersOn April 25, all nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court signed a Statement on Ethics Principles and Practices, which they submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee.“In regard to recusal,” the justices unanimously declared that they “follow the same general principles and statutory standards as other federal judges.”It took Justice Samuel Alito less than five months to renege on his written commitment to his colleagues and the
ABCAutumn is finally here. There’s a pleasant chill in the air, the seasonal drinks are flowing, and The Bachelor is turning over a new leaf with its oldest leading man yet. I’m calling it now: On Thursday night, 71-year-old grandfather, pickleball fan, and “Golden Bachelor” Gerry Turner is going to single-handedly turn this ailing franchise around.A long-gestating Bachelor spin-off, The Golden Bachelor premieres Thursday on ABC and will, just like its predecessor, observe its leading man as he
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Alan ShapiroIn October 1983, the Disney Channel—which had launched just six months earlier—was already at the forefront of original cable series. But, says Jim Jimirro, founding president of the Disney Channel, “The last thing I was looking to do at that time was get into a feature film business.”Jimirro tells me, “We were just getting our feet wet with the original productions,” 13 of which were part of the channel’s April ‘83 launch.However, a young filmmaker and his production partner seized
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Union leaders and Hollywood studios reached a tentative agreement Sunday to end a historic screenwriters strike after nearly five months, though no deal is yet in the works for striking actors. The Writers Guild of America announced the deal in a joint statement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the group that represents studios, streaming services and production companies in negotiations. “WGA has reached a tentative agreement with the AMPTP,” the
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyUnder the waters of the North Atlantic, hundreds of meters of seaweed rope lines used to farm algae are being strung up—the magic ingredient, a growing clutch of startups believe, in fighting climate change. While 97 percent of seaweed farming currently happens in Asia, British companies are looking to muscle in on the $13.3 billion industry—and maximize on the natural advantages their location brings to regenerate the planet.Given the s
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyWhen Rosevony Duroseau turned 47 last year, her brother and sister-in-law hosted a small surprise party to celebrate.Dr. Yves Duroseau, M.D., chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Manhattan’s Lenox Hill Hospital, and his designer wife, Claude, had about 15 guests over on Sept. 17, 2022—a Saturday evening—for a nine-course dinner in the back garden of their gracious Forest Hills home. The occasion was especially joyous for Rose
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Screenwriters hail an "exceptional" tentative deal to end a strike that has halted film and TV production.