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The actors who played Raiden, Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade in the 1995 Mortal Kombat film are back.
New Delhi [India], November 24 (ANI): Union Road Transport and Highway Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday announced the Union Cabinet's decision to provide 40 per cent fund in the form of viability gap to the social sectors including medical college, universities, airports among others.
Special purpose acquisition company CIIG Merger will absorb an electric-vehicle maker in a transaction that values the combined company at $5.4 billion.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday Canada will have to wait for a vaccine because the very first ones that roll off assembly lines are likely to be given to citizens of the country they are made in. Trudeau noted Canada does not have vaccine-production facilities. Trudeau said it is understandable that an American pharmaceutical company will distribute first in the U.S. before they distribute internationally.
Chappelle is telling fans not to watch his shows on streaming platforms until he is paid.
Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty Tuesday to three criminal charges, formally admitting its role in an opioid epidemic that has contributed to hundreds of thousands of deaths over the past two decades. In a virtual hearing with a federal judge in Newark, New Jersey, the OxyContin maker admitted impeding the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's efforts to combat the addiction crisis. Purdue acknowledged that it had not maintained an effective program to prevent prescription drugs from being diverted to the black market, even though it had told the DEA it did have such a program, and that it provided misleading information to the agency as a way to boost company manufacturing quotas. It also admitted paying doctors through a speakers program to induce them to write more prescriptions for its painkillers. The guilty pleas were entered by Purdue board chairperson Steve Miller on behalf of the company. They were part of a criminal and civil settlement announced last month between the Stamford, Connecticut-based company and the Justice Department. The deal includes $8.3 billion in penalties and forfeitures, but the company is on the hook for a direct payment to the federal government of only a fraction of that, $225 million. It would pay the smaller amount as long as it executes a settlement moving through federal bankruptcy court with state and local governments and other entities suing it over the toll of the opioid epidemic. Members of the wealthy Sackler family who own the company have also agreed to pay $225 million to the federal government to settle civil claims. No criminal charges have been filed against family members, although their deal leaves open the possibility of that in the future. Purdue's plea to federal crimes provides only minor comfort for advocates who want to see harsher penalties for the OxyContin maker and its owners. The ongoing drug overdose crisis, which appears to be growing worse during the coronavirus pandemic, has contributed to the deaths of more than 470,000 Americans over the past two decades, most of those from legal and illicit opioids. The attorneys general for about half the states opposed the federal settlement, as well as the company’s proposed settlement in bankruptcy court. In the bankruptcy case, Purdue has proposed transforming into a public benefit corporation with its proceeds going to help address the opioid crisis. The attorneys general and some activists are upset that despite the Sacklers giving up control of the company, the family remains wealthy and its members will not face prison or other individual penalties. The activists say there’s no difference between the actions of the company and its owners, who also controlled Purdue's board until the past few years. Geoff Mulvihill, The Associated Press
Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas is among the 25 players who are semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021.
New films out on streaming this Thanksgiving: Kurt Russell is Santa again in Netflix's ''Christmas Chronicles 2' and Hulu unleashes 'Happiest Season.'
The Englishman follows in the footsteps of Judd Trump, who made a maximum en route to winning the Northern Ireland Open last week.
It's been a wild rollercoaster of a year but the one thing that we've be able to count on is an abundance of great music releases And now, the 2021 Grammy Awards nominations have arrived and we're celebrating artists like Fiona Apple, Brittany Howard, Grace Potter, and more! The nominees were announced on Nov.
President-elect Joe Biden picks Janet Yellen, a former head of the Federal Reserve, to become the first woman to lead the Treasury Department.
Peacock's Saved by the Bell revival stages a Bayside reunion 27 years in the making. Late in the sequel series' first season (all episodes drop on Wednesday), California Governor Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and First Lady Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani Thiessen) return to their alma mater, where they're reunited with fellow Class of '93 grads Jessie […]
With growing criticisms of the hateful speech of Charles McVety, President of the Canada Christian College (CCC), an NDP motion opposing efforts to grant CCC University status passed yesterday. The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Ontario is now calling on the Conservative party to respect the vote and immediately move to prevent the CCC from becoming an accredited University.
Shares of Ozon Holdings Plc soared more than 40% in their debut on Tuesday, after the Russian online retailer raised nearly $1 billion in its upsized initial public offering. Ozon had earlier priced its offering of 33 million ADS on the Nasdaq above its target range. Ozon last week said it planned to issue 30 million American depositary shares at between $22.50 and $27.50 each.
Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson, Jared Allen and Calvin Johnson are first-year eligible players to make the list of 25 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2021.Joining them are four players who previously have been eligible, but never made the semifinals: Eric Allen, Willie Anderson, Cornelius Bennett and Rodney Harrison.A player must be retired for five seasons before being considered for entry to the Canton, Ohio, shrine.The group of 25 announced Tuesday also includes Ronde Barber, Tony Boselli, LeRoy Butler, Alan Faneca, Torry Holt, John Lynch, Clay Matthews, Sam Mills, Richard Seymour, Steve Tasker, Fred Taylor, Zach Thomas, Hines Ward, Reggie Wayne, Patrick Willis, Darren Woodson and Bryant Young.Candidates will be trimmed to 15 modern-day finalists who will be considered for entry by the selection committee during Super Bowl week in February. Inductions are scheduled for next August, when the 2020 class and a special centennial class also will be enshrined after the COVID-19 pandemic forced postponement of those ceremonies last summer.Also on the voting ballot in the coaching category is Tom Flores; in the contributors category is Bill Nunn; and in the seniors category is Drew Pearson.Between four and eight new members will be selected.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLBarry Wilner, The Associated Press
APA has made several key promotions while also upping multiple employees to agent. The agency has promoted partner and TV lit agent Kyle Loftus to the newly created role of head of scripted content development. In addition, Loftus, partner and co-head of TV lit Lindsay Howard Parker, and partner and head of worldwide music Bruce […]
Twitter says the new policy will determine what verification truly means, who’s eligible to be verified and why some accounts could lose their check marks. Users can either answer Twitter’s survey or tweet their feedback with the hashtag #VerificationFeedback.
This home upgrade hasn't aged well: A few potential buyers might fall in love with a whole-home audio system, but others will find it a security risk.