American Popular News for 24 Nov 2023
Seventeen states and the District of Columbia have estate or inheritance taxes or both. The rules can change from year to year.
“I definitely didn’t want to try and make a puff piece Barbie. I wanted us to run at the scary things as much as we celebrated the wonderful things,” executive producer and star... Margot Robbie said during a panel for the movie at Deadline's Contenders Film: Los Angeles panel on the film. “That’s exactly why […]
The documentary sees O'Sullivan opened up on his battles with addiction and fighting his inner demons in a new access-all-areas film made by Beckham's company.
OpenAl has the most powerful tech in the world right now. So it's important to know what caused his ouster.
Scientists have made quite the discovery on Mercury. As the planet closest to our Sun, Mercury is an intriguing planet, especially when you think about … The post Mercury could be hiding signs... of life beneath exotic salt glaciers, new study claims appeared first on BGR.
US House speaker to make good on promise to far-right Republicans including Matt Gaetz and Donald Trump House speaker Mike Johnson said Friday he plans to publicly release thousands of hours of... footage from the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol, making good on a promise he made to far-right members of his party when he was campaigning for his current job. "This decision will provide millions of Americans, criminal defendants, public interest organizations and the media an ability to see for themselves what happened that day, rather than having to rely upon the interpretation of a small group of government officials," Johnson said in a statement.
The Northwest city is trying to turn around its downtown, which has been plagued with public drug use and rising vacancies.
An amateur astronomer in Japan has captured video of a comet crashing into Jupiter. A tweet sharing the video was posted earlier this month, and … The post Amateur astronomer captures video of... something crashing into Jupiter appeared first on BGR.
A long in the works revival of White Collar may be coming to fruition. Matt Bomer, who played a reformed conman on the USA Network series from 2009-2014, told TVLine that "there has been talk. It's... actually very legitimate talk, it's in conversation. … a lot of things need to fall into place, but there is a […]
The use of drones capable of deciding whether to kill humans is alarming critics.
A four-year starter and three-year captain, the 6-foot-4, 200-pound Karsten Ternes helped raise the bar for Wauconda.
Two strikes hobbled Hollywood well into traditional Oscar season. Now the industry, and awards telecasts, are trying to get back to normal amid uncertain futures.
The Billboard Awards kick off at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 19
SPOILER ALERT: This post contains details from the plot of John Wick: Chapter 4. At the end of John Wick: Chapter 4, director-producer Chad Stahelski and producer Erica Lee... appeared to be putting the franchise to rest, as John Wick (Keanu Reeves) took a bullet to the gut in a duel, seemingly succumbing to his injuries. That being […]
The controversial app, known as Operator Initiated Facial Recognition (OIFR), has already been trialled by three police forces using software called iPatrol.
Frustrating experiences on platforms like Tinder sent hopeless and horny romantics to Reddit, TikTok, and elsewhere to vent. Now, young people are swiping left on dating apps.
Acting prime minister criticises Chinese ship's 'unsafe and unprofessional conduct' after Australian sailors had requested it stay clear Get our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily... news podcast Australian naval divers have been injured after an "unsafe and unprofessional" run-in with a Chinese warship. The acting prime minister, Richard Marles, on Saturday said the Australian government had expressed "serious concerns" to Chinese officials after the HMAS Toowoomba encountered a People's Liberation Army-Navy destroyer on Tuesday. Sign up for Guardian Australia's free morning and afternoon email newsletters for your daily news roundup
Germany could be forced to suspend a constitutional law that limits borrowing, after court ruling upended Chancellor Olaf Scholz's spending plans and threw his government into chaos.
A speeding car hit a median, took flight, then burst into flames. Bridges closed down and trains stopped running as authorities raced to investigate.
A fully naked woman apparently on psychedelic drugs was caught on camera running through a Chilean airport and violently attacking other passengers before getting arrested by police.
Like in the US, demand for housing in Canada is far outstripping supply. High interest rates and speculation aren't helping.
Social media posts show the small plane and at least one other vehicle on fire.
A woman on a Frontier Airlines flight screamed that she was being kidnapped as she wrestled with flight attendants, only to be labelled 'possessed' by another passenger.
Elon Musk's X Corp. sued Media Matters on Monday, claiming the media watchdog group defamed the social-media company last week with a report that pro-Nazi posts were appearing next to ads by major... brands.
A group of Marines traded punches with civilians in Austin's entertainment district in a wild caught-on-camera street brawl.