Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency that safety at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station could not be guaranteed until Russian troops left the facility. The president met Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, on Monday at the Dnipro hydroelectric power station - northeast of the Zaporizhzhia plant. Russian forces took over the Zaporizhzhia plant, Europe's largest, in March 2022 in the early weeks of the war, and the Kremlin has shown no inclination to relinquish control over it.
The showdown between MVP front-runners fizzled Monday when Philadelphia 76ers big man Joel Embiid was ruled out against the Nuggets and star Nikola Jokic. Embiid has a sore right calf. Embiid sat out the second half against Chicago last week because of calf tightness but played in back-to-back games on the 76ers' Western trip over the weekend, scoring 46 points in a 120-112 loss at Golden State Friday night and 28 points in a 125-105 loss at Phoenix 24 hours later.
Nashville-Davidson, March 27, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee - Japanese health care professionals to learn about best podiatry practices from local physicians Nashville, Tenn. (March 28, 2023) – Local podiatric clinic Cutting Edge Foot and Ankle Clinic is set to host Japanese health care organization CUC, Inc., at their Skyline location. The visit’s purpose is for CUC, Inc., to observe and learn best practices through a clinic tour, meeting with physicians, and shadowing
As a director, Ben Affleck has proven himself to be a versatile, compelling talent, moving seamlessly from the morally complex “Gone Baby Gone” to the stark crime drama “The Town” to the tense and thrilling best picture winner “Argo.” Even Affleck’s one directorial misstep, the critically panned box office bomb “Live by Night,” has an […]
Female mass shooters are exceptionally rare, as experts say the average mass shooter is male and in his 20s.
Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens told CBC News it's "too soon to tell" what will happen after Canada and the U.S. reached a deal to tighten the rules on asylum claimants crossing the border. But Dilkens says the city is working through the number of asylum claimants currently in Windsor and trying to get them "actively engaged in the community" by finding work for them. Dilkens talked on Rosemary Barton Live on Sunday about the roughly 1,100 asylum claimants who've recently arrived in Windsor, many th
Kansas Citians talk first-hand knowledge of medical bias in health care
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency that safety at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station could not be guaranteed until Russian troops left the facility. The president met Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, on Monday at the Dnipro hydroelectric power station - northeast of the Zaporizhzhia plant.
Brentwood, United Kingdom--(Newsfile Corp. - March 27, 2023) - RAB Capital Holdings Limited ("RAB Capital"), a private investment holding corporation controlled by Mr. Philip Richards ("Mr. Richards"), and Mr. Richards report that, on March 24, 2023, they purchased 2,250,000 units ("Units") of Viva Gold Corp. (TSXV: VAU) ("Viva Gold") pursuant to a private placement, at a price of C$0.14 per Unit for aggregate consideration of C$315,000. Each Unit is comprised of one common share ...
The LSU basketball star's mother is also named Angel Reese.
Three children and three adults were dead after a shooting at a Nashville school early Monday, a hospital official said.
The Keanu Reeves franchise is growing and "The Hunger Games" is returning, but Joe Drake tells TheWrap the studio wants more
Douro-Dummer Township is receiving $141,323 from the provincial government under one-time funding announced Monday to help with clean-up and forest regeneration in damaged areas following the devastating May 21 derecho — the most money being doled out to four municipalities impacted by the storm in Peterborough County. The province announced Monday it is spending $5.5 million to support 22 small municipalities across the province after extreme weather events in southern and eastern Ontario last
During the ceremony, Pink will perform and receive the 2023 iHeartRadio Icon Award
The NCAA women's tournament Elite Eight concludes with the last Final Four spot on the line between No. 1 Virginia Tech and No. 3 Ohio State.
John Bazemore/Associated PressIn the name of protecting children, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has signed bills outlawing drag shows, banning “inappropriate” books, outlawing gender-affirming care for minors, and restricting school bathrooms to the gender a student is assigned at birth.But for all his talk about shielding kids, Lee has done nothing about guns—even though they are the leading cause of death for children, both in his state and nationwide.The latest fatalities in Tennessee include three
The Nashville community is mourning the loss of three children and three adults who were fatally shot Monday at The Covenant School.
Team McCarville fell just short of a chance to take on Kerri Einarson's rink in the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts final in February, falling to Jennifer Jones in the semifinals. Just over one month later, Krista McCarville's squad announced on Monday it would be adding a top reinforcement in nine-time provincial champion Andrea Kelly. The 37-year-old Kelly represented New Brunswick as a fourth at this year's national tournament, finishing with a 3-5 record that included a tight 11th-end def
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Reuters/Library of CongressThis reporting is featured in this week’s edition of Confider, the newsletter pulling back the curtain on the media. Subscribe here and send your questions, tips, and complaints here.The White House press office is seeking to toughen its requirements for journalist “hard passes,” two people familiar with the situation told Confider. Such rule changes would likely affect notorious gadflies like Simon Ateba, who ha
The U.S. government will continue using its tools to prevent contagion in the banking sector, as warranted, to ensure Americans' deposits are safe, the Treasury undersecretary for domestic finance, Nellie Liang, will tell the U.S. Congress on Tuesday. In testimony prepared for the Senate Banking Committee, Liang said decisive action taken by the federal government in recent weeks had worked to restore public confidence, protect depositors and bolster liquidity in the banking system. "We continue to closely monitor developments across the banking and financial system," Liang said in the remarks.