Day: September 28, 2022

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Bill Cosby denied a retrial in sexual-assault civil case

Bill Cosby was denied a new trial in a civil lawsuit in which a jury found that he sexually abused Judy Huth when she was a teenager in 1975. In June, she was awarded $500,000 in damages. In his ruling, Santa Monica Superior Court Judge Craig D. Karlan explained why Cosby’s appeal was denied, writing […]

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House Democrats are finally going after stock trading in Congress. There’s already a loophole.

Democrats have been working for months to nail down legislation that would make it harder for members of Congress to use information they receive on the job for their own financial gain, following a string of instances over the last few years in which they appear to have done just that. Recall 2020, for example, […]

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Novak Djokovic hopes for farewell match like Roger Federer, surrounded by ‘biggest rivals and competitors’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Roger Federer’s final career match at the 2022 Laver Cup drew deep emotions from the tennis community as well as some of his fiercest competitors, and it’s something Novak Djokovic hopes he too gets experience whenever that fateful day comes.  “It was just a very touching, very […]

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Interest Rates and Fed Tightening

Is the Federal Reserve significantly tightening monetary policy? The conventional wisdom says yes. After a series of hikes, the Fed’s short-run interest rate target lies between 3.0 and 3.25 percent. Many commentators are worried about turbulent asset markets and the prospects of rising unemployment. But other factors make the Fed’s stance less clear. The latest […]

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Heathrow Airport collision as two international airliners clip each other’s wings: reports

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Two plans clipped each other while taxiing at Heathrow Airport in London Wednesday night, according to reports.  Emergency services responded to what appeared to be a Korean Air and Icelandair collision. The two planes avoided a “full on collision” the airport told the Daily Star. FILE – […]

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10 Games You Won’t Believe Your M1 or M2 Mac Can Run

Shahid Jamil/Shutterstock.com Even the humble base-model M1 Macbook Air packs more punch than the previous generation of consoles, yet it may still come as a surprise to realize that the M1 and M2 Apple computers can play some intense games. Borderlands 3 Released late in 2019, Borderlands 3 is the latest in the massively successful […]

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Bill aims to ban students from having cell phones in Michigan schools

Should cell phones be allowed in the classroom? A new bill currently in the state legislature says they should be banned, and it’s getting mixed reactions from parents and students. Some say the devices are a dangerous distraction, while others claim they are essential for security. Teachers say students are bringing out their phones more […]

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Tigers flamethrower Shintaro Fujinami seeking MLB move

Hanshin Tigers pitcher Shintaro Fujinami is seeking a move to the MLB through the posting system and will hold talks to that end with his club in the offseason, a source familiar with the matter said Wednesday. The 28-year-old, considered the pitching rival of Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani during their time in […]

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Records Contradict Majewski on Military Punishment

“J.R. Majewski (R) has centered his campaign for a competitive Ohio congressional seat around his biography as an Air Force veteran. But one of the big questions that has surfaced is why Majewski was told he could not reenlist in the Air Force after his initial four years were up,” the AP reports. “Majewski’s campaign […]

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Lucas Papademos Fast Facts | CNN

CNN  —  Here’s a look at the life of Lucas Papademos, economist and former prime minister of Greece. Birth date: October 11, 1947 Birth place: Athens, Greece Birth name: Lucas Demetrios Papademos Marriage: Shanna (Ingram) Papademos Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S. in Physics, 1970; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.S. in Electrical Engineering, 1972; Massachusetts […]

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