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After briefly dipping to as low as $19,939 per coin early Wednesday morning, bitcoin is fighting to find support back above the $20,000 mark following MSTR's recent buying spree of the asset.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said layoffs were coming, and new reports suggest they have just come down within an important division.
'Pokémon Go' isn't going anywhere, though.
The chief suspect in the 2015 bombing of Paris that killed 130 people has been found guilty of murder and attempted murder in relation with a terrorist enterprise, a French court ruled. The conviction of Salah Abdeslam, the lone-survivior of the attack, brings an end to the extraordinary nine-month trial held in the in the 13th century Justice Palace. A further 18 men have also been convicted of terrorism-related charges for the Islamic State terrorist attacks on the Bataclan theater, Paris cafes and France‘s national stadium in 2015, while one man was convicted on a lesser fraud charge.
The U.N. special envoy for Congo warned Wednesday that the M23 rebel group has increasingly acted as a conventional army during escalating military action in the country’s volatile east and could threaten the U.N. peacekeeping force charged with protecting civilians. Bintou Keita urged the U.N. Security Council to fully back regional efforts to defuse tensions between Congo and Rwanda over M23 rebels and other armed groups that have raised fears of war between the neighboring countries.
US stocks fell Wednesday morning, extending Tuesday's losses as investors remained focused on mounting signs of a slowdown in US economic growth.
A tropical system in the Caribbean may develop into Bonnie, and another system in the Gulf of Mexico may bring 'torrential rain' to the Texas coast.
In the first election since Roe v. Wade was struck down, primary voters help draw up more of the 2022 battle lines in two of the most populous states.
Michigan authorities have long promised to hold key officials criminally responsible for lead contamination and health problems arising from a disastrous water switch in Flint in 2014. Lead from the city's aging pipes infected the system for more than a year because the corrosive water wasn't properly treated.
The judge also ordered Parnas pay $2.3 million in restitution.
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At least seven kids have died in hot cars in the U.S. this year. USA Today details each case, how they happened and what can help prevent such deaths.
Officials have potentially identified 37 of the 53 people who died after a tractor-trailer was found filled with migrants in San Antonio.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack wants former White House counsel Pat Cipollone and others to testify in probe.
Justice Stephen Breyer announced in a letter to President Joe Biden his retirement from the high court is effective tomorrow.
NATO has for the first time singled out China as one of its strategic priorities for the next decade, warning about its growing military ambitions, confrontational rhetoric toward Taiwan and other neighbors, and increasingly close ties to Russia. While Russia’s war against Ukraine has dominated discussions at the NATO summit, China earned a place Wednesday among the Western alliance’s most worrying security concerns. “China is substantially building up its military forces, including nuclear weapons, bullying its neighbors, threatening Taiwan ... monitoring and controlling its own citizens through advanced technology, and spreading Russian lies and disinformation,” Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said after presenting NATO’s ten-year Strategic Concept.
Diaz hasn’t starred in a film since 2014
As NATO formally invited Sweden and Finland to its alliance, President Joe Biden said the U.S. would boost its military presence in eastern Europe.
Xinhua News AgencyJust when the world needs her most, Julia Roberts is making her triumphant return to the genre she basically reinvented in the 90s—the romantic comedy. In a genius stroke of casting, she will reunite with her Ocean’s 11 co-star George Clooney for Ticket to Paradise, out this October.Ticket to Paradise hinges on the enemies-to-lovers rom-com trope. The first trailer is essentially two-and-a-half straight minutes of Roberts and Clooney exchanging hate-fueled, sexually-charged ban
The Food and Drug Administration issued a new alert this week, warning parents not to use baby neck floats on their children, particularly those with special needs, as part of a water therapy program because doing so could be fatal or lead to serious injury. "Neck floats are inflatable plastic rings that can be worn around a baby's neck and allow babies to float freely in water," the FDA explained in a safety communication released Tuesday, adding that they are sometimes marketed for premature babies and babies as young as 2 weeks old, and as water-therapy products. The FDA also said the "safety and effectiveness of neck floats to build strength, to promote motor development or as a physical therapy tool, have not been established."