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The veteran TV actress was hospitalized last week after she fell into a coma brought on by meningitis.
The author was severely injured after being stabbed on stage at an event in New York State.
“Satanic Verses” author Salman Rushdie has been taken off a ventilator and is "on the road to recovery," two days after he was stabbed at a lecture.
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Uber is discontinuing its free loyalty program.
At the same point in 2021 there had been just 11,300, as campaigners say forcible removal is not acting as deterrent
Rory MacDonald's wife says he's made the decision to retire from MMA competition. He began his carer when he was 16.
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Democrats' 'Inflation Reduction Act' would address climate change and prescription prices by spending even more money and growing government.
That would be one plausible explanation behind the great box office slowdown. Although three new movies opened nationwide, none were able to crack the top five on domestic charts and only two -- A24's satirical slasher "Bodies Bodies Bodies" and Lionsgate's vertigo-inducing thriller "Fall" -- managed to infiltrate the top 10. It's even more dire that Sony's action-thriller "Bullet Train," which claimed the top spot for the second weekend in a row with $13.1 million from 4,357 North American locations, was the sole film to bank at least $10 million in ticket sales.
Early during the pandemic, Neil Saxvy's son Matthew broke his arm and had to go to the hospital. Because of COVID-19, he needed a PCR test, which meant an eye-watering swab high up in his nostrils. The young boy did not enjoy the experience. "Ever since then he's wanted nothing to do with the test," Saxvy said. It's made testing — which occurs pretty regularly for kids in school settings over the course of years-long pandemic — more of a hassle. But on Saturday, the entire Saxvy family, includin
Norway's beloved Freya the walrus was euthanized due to health and safety risks, the country's Directorate of Fisheries warned on Thursday.
After driving a vehicle into a crowd Saturday, the suspect went on to kill another woman in a separate incident, police said.
Authorities in Norway say they have euthanized a walrus that had drawn crowds of spectators in the Oslo Fjord after concluding that it posed a risk to humans
If you've seen your investment account balance decline, you may be thinking about claiming Social Security sooner than you originally planned.
A strong explosion at a fireworks storage area tore through a popular market in Armenia's capital on Sunday, killing at least one person, injuring 36 others and setting off a large fire. View on euronews
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