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Netflix is shipping its final DVD rentals, marking the end of an era that helped make the company the streaming behemoth it is today.
Analysts at Cornwall Insight say higher wholesale energy prices will drive bills up by £73 a year.
Osbourne said Waters was no longer relevant.
Country music star Jelly Roll stopped in the middle of his sold out show at Riverbend in Cincinnati Thursday to accept a massive award. He was selected as best male artist during the People's Choice Country Music Awards in Nashville. "I thought when I was here, that I didn't have a chance of winning, he said on stage while holding the trophy up for the crowd to see. "This speech has absolutely nothing to do with me and it has everything to do with y'all. This was fan voted. This is for the fans. It's always for the fans first baby. The underdogs are back on top."
Sudiksha Thirumalesh, 19, died on September 12 during a court fight between her family and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Lafayette, Paul Laurence Dunbar and Frederick Douglass are among Lexington Catholic’s top challengers.
Stocks kicking off the last trading day of what has been a rough trading month and quarter for the markets. All major indices are on track to close the quarter down at least 2%. Wall Street will be watching key inflation data, including the latest PCE report, out this morning. Nike (NKE) shares are on the rise after the company's earnings topped expectations. In the auto sector, more UAW strikes are expected if the union does not make progress in talks with General Motors (GM), Stellantis (STLA), and Ford (F) by later today. In Washington, the impending government shutdown is weighing on investors. Yahoo Finance will be live on Capitol Hill at 11 a.m. ET to bring you the latest on negotiations and what a shutdown could mean for you. Trending tickers include AMD (AMD), Tesla (TSLA), and NVIDIA (NVDA).Top guests today include:9 a..m. ET - Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics Chief Economist10 a.m. ET - Lakshman Achuthan, Economic Cycle Research Institute Co-Founder11 a.m. ET - Rep. James Clyburn (D) South Carolina | Assistant Democratic Leader11:30 a.m. ET - Rep. Ted Lieu (D) California
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Hundreds of Sikh activists on Friday staged a demonstration outside the Golden Temple in Amritsar, in the northern Indian state of Punjab, demanding punishment for the killers of a Sikh separatist in Canada. Earlier this month, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told parliament that there may be a link between New Delhi and the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June in British Columbia. India has denied any role in the killing and described the allegations as "absurd".
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More than half of forces in England and Wales recorded fewer knife crime offences in 2022/23 than in 2019/20.
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Canelo Álvarez faces fellow undisputed champ Jermell Charlo in a super middleweight bout Saturday that he says comes at the "perfect time."
Temps again reach near record territory with unseasonably warm temps through the weekend with a slightly higher fire danger and gusty winds expected.
Firefighters in Napa, California, rescued a deer stuck in some wire on Thursday morning, September 28, footage released by Cal Fire shows.Firefighters from the Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit had come across the struggling animal after a 10-mile workout, Cal Fire said in a post on X.“The crew tactfully went into action and safely freed the deer. Our dedication to our community members includes pets and our four-legged friends,” Cal Fire wrote.Footage shows several firefighters pulling on the wire, eventually freeing the animal, which promptly bounds away. Credit: @CALFIRELNU via Storyful
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Asda declared a £2.1 billion dividend to its owners after being bought by the billionaire Issa brothers, accounts published today show, as the pair seek to juggle debts around their sprawling retail and petrol forecourt empire. The supermarket declared the dividend to its parent company in September last year, despite a more-than 80% drop in pre-tax profits to £197.8 million in 2022. The dividend has helped the Issa brothers manage their steep debt burdens, made worse by rising central bank interest rates.
Russian air defences have shot down one of the country’s most advanced jet fighters in a friendly-fire incident on Thursday night, according to reports.