Saranac Lake Shooting 6pm June 29
Saranac Lake Shooting 6pm June 29
The U.S. is expected to indefinitely extend a waiver granted to South Korean chipmakers Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix on needing licenses to bring U.S. chip equipment into China, Yonhap news agency reported on Wednesday. The U.S. Commerce Department has discussed details with the South Korean chipmakers on which equipment could be used in China, said Yonhap, citing unnamed sources, adding that the U.S. would make related announcements as early as this week. Last year, the chipmakers had received authorisation from the U.S. Commerce Department to supply equipment needed for chip production in China for a year without seeking additional licenses.
Tony Ferguson hasn't been this big of an underdog often. Does he have a realistic shot to snap his skid against 4-1 favorite Paddy Pimblett?
Exiled from Myanmar and perceived a burden in Bangladesh, the Rohingya remain trapped between nations that shun them, while their proud culture fades away.
Conflict over a drag competition was another next source of conflict on the latest 'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' getaway as Meredith Marks and Angie Katsanevas's tension spilled over into a new day
Guardians left fielder Steven Kwan, an avid chess player, faces off against Cincinnati Reds right fielder and formal Guardian Will Benson in the “Battle of Ohio Chess Match” at Progressive Field Tuesday.
University officials found that Sahar Bahmani gave most of her students the highest possible grade even when they turned in partial or no work at all.
With less than five days to go before a government shutdown, Speaker McCarthy has a choice to make.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou showed off his hands with Mike Tyson at an open workout for his boxing debut vs. Tyson Fury.
As over 180 breweries across Ohio celebrate Ohio Pint Day with collectable pint glasses, craft brewers are calling for reform to a 50-year-old law that they say corners them into “unfair, virtually unbreakable contracts” with wholesalers.
The United Auto Workers union’s president derided GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump as being out of touch with the striking workers, claiming in a CNN interview Tuesday that the former president “serves the billionaire class and that’s what’s wrong with this country.”On the same day that Joe Biden became the first sitting president to join a picket line on behalf of the United Auto Workers, Shawn Fain, who has not yet given an endorsement in the 2024 race, said that he has no desire to dis
Profits at China's industrial firms extended a double-digit drop for the first eight months, but the pace of declines eased slightly as a flurry of policy support steps has started to stabilise parts of the stuttering economy. That was backed up by August earnings posting a surprise surge of 17.2% from a year earlier, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Wednesday. As Beijing steps up policy support for its faltering economy after a brief post-COVID recovery, recent data have shown signs of stabilisation with stronger-than-expected bank lending, industrial output and retail sales growth for August.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The National League champion Philadelphia Phillies clinched a wild-card berth, beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 in 10 innings on Tuesday night on Johan Rojas’ RBI single that set off a wild celebration in the outfield. Rojas' single off Pirates reliever David Bednar (3-3) scored pinch-runner Cristian Pache and sent the crowd of more than 30,000 fans into a frenzy. “Phillies CLINCHED Wild Card” flashed on the scoreboard and the Phillies mobbed each other in celebration. Jeff
A soft landing is poised to power stocks to all-time highs next year, according to a JPMorgan strategist, implying an increase of at least 12%.
Elon Musk's X, formerly called Twitter, disabled a feature that let users report misinformation about elections, a research organisation said on Wednesday, throwing fresh concern about false claims spreading just before major U.S. and Australian votes. After introducing a feature in 2022 for users to report a post they considered misleading about politics, X in the past week removed the "politics" category from its drop-down menu in every jurisdiction but the European Union, said the researcher Reset.Tech Australia. Users could still report posts to X globally for a host of other complaints such as promoting violence or hate speech, the researcher added.
A South Korean court early on Wednesday rejected an arrest warrant for the leader of the main opposition party on charges of bribery and breach of duty, giving the former presidential contender a lifeline in his fight for political survival. The Seoul Central District Court ruled against prosecutors who sought Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung's arrest, saying there were insufficient grounds to support their argument that he may try to destroy evidence. Justice Minister Han Dong-hoon said the arrest warrant review is part of a process that is not over and the court's decision does not mean Lee is innocent.
The Wolfpack’s schedule includes three mid-major opponents to start the non-conference, but it progressively gets more difficult with all three in-state rivals coming to Raleigh.
Southern California’s defensive performance in a 42-28 win at Arizona State on Saturday brought back a lot of the concerns about the unit from last season. There was sloppy tackling and a lack of situational awareness on critical plays. “I think there’s always concerns,” defensive coordinator Alex Grinch said Tuesday.
The actress shared the beauty tips she lives by in a new interview
With five games to play, Bobby Witt Jr. is still chasing MLB history, while the Royals are hoping to avoid a different mark.
There’s terror in Tempe! Four Peaks Brewing Company, which was built in 1892 as a creamery and ice factory, is one of the most haunted buildings in all of the Valley. And you can now take a tour of it for yourself.