Tickets for Brightline's route to Orlando now on sale
Tickets for Brightline's route to Orlando now on sale
Chevy's heartwarming holiday commercial sheds light on an Alzheimer's treatment known as reminiscence therapy.
Matt Hancock denied being a liar as he was put under pressure at the Covid Inquiry over his claims that he advised Boris Johnson to put the country into lockdown.
Lake of the Woods District Hospital seems ready for the overlap of flu season and holiday season, says infection prevention and control practitioner Janet Paulson. That’s in good part because “we learned a lot from the pandemic,” she says, referring to the COVID-19 pandemic that began in 2020 and experts still don’t consider to be over (though the World Health Organization said in May that it’s no longer a public health emergency). Holiday mingling and visits to loved ones in the hospital presen
If you take Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his word, there can be little doubt what will happen next in Gaza: just as Jews around the world prepare to light the first candle of Hanukkah next week, he will launch a new blitz on Gaza in a bid to finish off Hamas.
A fresh 2023 closing high is in reach for stocks on Thursday as investors digest further data that shows inflation is cooling.
Nineteen-year-old Priscila scored a last-minute goal in her women's national team debut Thursday to give Brazil a 4-3 win over Japan in a friendly. Priscila, who is expected to be Brazil’s next soccer star, scored seconds before the final whistle with a powerful shot from the edge of the box. Brazil will play two more matches in the coming days as part of its preparations for next year's Paris Olympics.
Donations are pouring in at a beloved Christmas charity after smoke damage from a fire stymied plans for the delivery of wrapped gifts for thousands of children in western Michigan. Santa Claus Girls of Kent County has been going door-to-door with gifts for more than a century in the Grand Rapids area, delighting families that are struggling during the holidays. “It was like my heart stopped,” president Tina Hudson told The Associated Press.
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A Mexican drug cartel was so bold in operating frauds that target elderly Americans that the gang’s operators posed as U.S. Treasury Department officials, U.S. authorities said Thursday. The scam was described by the department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, or OFAC. The agency has been chasing fraudsters using call centers controlled by the Jalisco drug cartel to promote fake offers to buy Americans’ timeshare properties.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A high-profile entertainment marketing consultant was targeted by a woman who had been stalking one of his friends before she fatally shot him after her forcing her way inside his Los Angeles home, prosecutors said Thursday. This week's slaying of Michael Latt sent shockwaves through Hollywood as the suspect faces charges of murder and burglary. Latt, 33, had worked on projects with filmmakers including Ryan Coogler and Ava DuVernay, as well as rap artist Common. He was pronou
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge has rejected Kari Lake’s request to examine signed ballot envelopes of 1.3 million early voters, giving the defeated Arizona Republican candidate for governor another loss in her third trial related to last year’s election. In an order filed Thursday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah Jr. argued their release would undermine the ballot verification process in future elections. “The broad right of electoral participation outweighs the narrow interests of thos
Dell Technologies Inc on Thursday reported third-quarter revenue below estimates due to a slower-than-expected recovery in the hardware and software market. Vendors in the market have seen a slowdown in demand following the surge in sales of electronic devices during COVID lockdowns on the back of increased work-from-home measures. Research firm Gartner said last month that Dell posted a sixth consecutive decline in personal computer (PC) shipments from July to September due to weak spending by its key enterprise customer base, owing to a sluggish economy, but expects demand to pick up in the holiday quarter.
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A Tory peer has quit as chairman of a parish council after a rebellion from “newcomers” who called for a speed limit to be cut.
A U.K. woman was photographed standing in a mirror where her reflections didn't match, but not because of a glitch in the Matrix. Instead, it's a simple iPhone computational photography mistake.
A new attraction at Rockefeller Center’s Top of the Rock observation point allows visitors to sit atop a beam and recreate the famous 1932 photograph “Lunch Atop a Skyscraper,” video taken on November 30 shows.The famous photograph, which shows 11 ironworkers casually eating lunch on a steel beam 850 feet above the ground, was a publicity shot taken during construction of the 69th floor of Rockefeller Center’s RCA Building (now 30 Rock), and was first published in the New York Herald-Tribune on October 2, 1932. The photographer remains unknown, according to reports.Video shows two groups being lifted into the air on Thursday. Credit: @KellyrKopp via Storyful
The NFL handed down punishment for Hill’s Week 6 celebration.
Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Vanni Sartini has been suspended a total of six games for his on-field actions and the post-game comments he made about refereeing after his team's MLS playoff elimination. Sartini called referee Tim Ford's performance "disgraceful" and made a joke about being a suspect if Ford was found dead following the 1-0 loss to Los Angeles FC on Nov. 5 at B.C. Place Stadium. In the 95th minute, Sartini was shown a red card and dismissed from the game by match officials. Alon
David Rutley is arriving in Stanley later on Thursday, the Foreign Office said.