Top plays from LA Clippers vs. Dallas Mavericks
Top plays from LA Clippers vs. Dallas Mavericks, 02/08/2023
Top plays from LA Clippers vs. Dallas Mavericks, 02/08/2023
An escape-artist bear from Missouri is headed to a Texas zoo with a moat in hopes that it will put an end to his wandering. The St. Louis Zoo cited the “specific and unique personality” of the Andean bear named Ben in announcing the move Tuesday. “We’re confident it’s going to be good for Ben," said Walter Dupree, the Texas zoo’s curator of mammals.
California lawmakers say they want to empower high school students to use condoms — no questions asked.
Social media users had shared images of chat histories with AI conversations they said were not theirs.
‘I’m still deeply shaken by the horrible lies that were reported about me during this process,’ Roiland said in a statement
TORONTO, March 22, 2023--Almonty Industries Inc. ("Almonty" or the "Company") (TSX: AII / ASX: AII / OTCQX: ALMTF / Frankfurt: ALI) is pleased to announce that the Company has received firm commitments, primarily from existing Australian institutional investors, to raise gross proceeds of A$3.5 million via the issue of 4,861,111 million Chess Depository Interests ("CDIs") at A$0.72 per CDI ("Placement").
Full Story: A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found a drug resistant and deadly fungus is quickly spreading through healthcare facilities. Pastor Tom Johnson often visits parishioners who are hospitalized and has seen what health care-associated infections can do.
Firefighters rescue people out of water after car goes into Inner Harbor
A Milwaukee police officer charged with misconduct in office made his first court appearance Wednesday afternoon.
Both Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe have been granted extensions following the 9pm deadline on Wednesday night
Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson has finally married The X-Factor star Casey Johnson after their wedding was initially postponed.
The surge in demand from commercial and residential construction projects is estimated to increase overall market growth in the next few yearsWilmington, Delaware, United States, , March 23, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Transparency Market Research Inc. – The global Marble Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.9% between 2022 and 2031. Marble is a rock obtained in metamorphic form when limestone is exposed to high pressures and temperatures. Marble is used widely across the residential and comm
TwitterA Denver-based journalist for Fox News had an emotional reunion with her son while reporting live from his high school in the aftermath of a shooting there on Wednesday. Alicia Acuna, a senior correspondent, halted her coverage outside East High School mid-sentence when she saw her son.“Excuse me—my son just came up and I have not seen him,” Acuna said. “I’m sorry. I’ve not seen my kid since this all went down… I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry.”She called him over and pulled him into a hug. “I’
The province is proposing a $4-million investment in subsidies, tax breaks and benefits for adoptive parents in Alberta as the number of approved families is the lowest in decades. Mickey Amery, children's services minister, said his government has heard from advocates and parents that adoption is financially out of reach for many families, and the process is inefficient and too complicated. "Through Budget 2023, we are limiting expenses and unnecessary burdens so that more Albertans will be abl
Rick Bowmer/Pool via REUTERSWednesday marked the second day of the trial set to determine whether or not Gwyneth Paltrow was at fault in a 2016 skiing accident in Park City, Utah. Terry Sanderson, a retired optometrist, has accused the actress of recklessly plowing into him on a ski run for beginners and injuring him severely. Sanderson is seeking $300,000 in damages; Paltrow in turn claims Sanderson struck her on the slopes and is countersuing for a symbolic $1, plus legal fees. As was the case
INEOS founder Ratcliffe and Qatari banker Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani are the frontrunners
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Karl-Anthony Towns is set to return Wednesday night for the Minnesota Timberwolves after missing 51 games with a right calf strain. Towns, the three-time All-Star, has been out since Nov. 28. Towns was averaging 20.8 points, 8.2 rebounds and 5.3 assists in 21 games before the injury. “Expectations are that he just kind of settles into the flow of the game, not try to do too much at this point in time," Minnesota coach Chris Finch said before the Timberwolves hosted the Atlanta
URQUIZA, Argentina (AP) — The ground crackles as Guillermo Cuitino walks across dry farmland that should be green and lush this time of year. He grabs a soy plant and easily disintegrates its leaves with his hands. “This year’s drought was extreme,” the agricultural engineer said this week at the farm where he works in Urquiza, a town about 230 kilometers (143 miles) from Argentina’s capital. Cuitino normally has a policy of not walking on cultivated land, but everything is so dry now that there
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors disclosed Wednesday that a witness expected to testify for the defense at the seditious conspiracy trial of former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio and four associates was secretly acting as a government informant for nearly two years after the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, a defense lawyer said in a court filing. Carmen Hernandez, a lawyer for former Proud Boys chapter leader Zachary Rehl, asked a judge to schedule an immediate emergency hearing
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A possible tornado touched down in a Los Angeles suburb on Wednesday, ripping pieces of roofing off a line of commercial buildings and sending the debris twisting into the sky and across a city block, injuring one person. The National Weather Service said it sent teams to assess damage in Montebello and the southern Santa Barbara County city of Carpinteria, where it confirmed that a tornado hit a mobile home park on Tuesday, with wind gusts of up to 75 miles (120 kilometers) p
The brewing U.S. banking crisis seems far removed from the northeastern Vermont town of St. Johnsbury, but local Passumpsic Bank executive Daniel Kimbell grew concerned when he heard U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's congressional testimony last week. Yellen told a U.S. Senate hearing on March 16 that uninsured deposits would only be guaranteed in banks deemed a contagion threat, raising fears that banks like Passumpsic, with $900 million in assets, might see business deposits above the $250,000 insurance limit flee for perceived safety to far larger institutions.