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Neither Trump nor Biden can save Big Oil from its biggest problem: Too much oil
From Pennsylvania fracking country to the deserts of Saudi Arabia, 2020 has been a brutal year for the world’s oil and gas producers.Next week’s presidential elections won’t change that fact.At first glance, that doesn’t seem to make sense. After all, the two candidates represent starkly different visions of the future when it comes to oil and gas, and climate...
Judge Judy Sheindlin
RELATED STORIESJudy Sheindlin will next be wielding her gavel for IMDb TV, the new home for her Judge Judy follow-up series. With Judge Judy set to wrap its 25-year run in 2021 — during which it won three Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program, while its  host netted a Lifetime Achievement award — Sheindlin’s next, yet-to-be-titled program (fka Judy Justice)...
Brooklyn Beckham "Can't Wait to Start a Family" With Nicola Peltz
Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz are ready to take the next step in their relationship.  On Thursday, Oct. 29, the model posted two pics on Instagram of him and his Bates Model star fiancée getting sudsy in the bathtub together. "happy 1 year anniversary baby. I'm the luckiest person to have you by my side x I can not wait to grow old with you...
Rana Daggubati’s mansion has a special space for movie buffs
South superstar Rana Daggubati has several hit films to his name. Though the actor is known for his negative characters, Rana has also played a few characters that were of the hero. Rana recently got married during the lockdown to Miheeka Bajaj and glimpses of his fantastic home made it to the internet. Rana has a sprawling...
Coyotes renounce draft rights of Mitchell Miller
The Arizona Coyotes have decided to reconsider their decision to draft Mitchell Miller. Selected 111th overall, Miller was the team’s first pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft after they were without selections in each of the first three rounds. Recently, Mitchell’s 2016 conviction for bullying and abusing a Black, developmentally disabled classmate has received widespread attention with reports...
The Young and the Restless Tricia Cast
The Young and the Restless is welcoming back a familiar face: Tricia Cast will reprise her role as Nina Webster in early November, EW.com reports. She will also appear during the week of Nov. 30 as the CBS soap celebrates its 12,000th episode. Nina — who was last seen on the sudser seven years ago — will reunite with her...
© Reuters. Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem takes part in a news conference in Ottawa
© . Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem takes part in a news conference in Ottawa ...
The Best Final Fantasy Games, Ranked From Best to Worst
While the role-playing game (RPG) has become a catch-all genre, now encompassing an almost silly range of games that don’t share much in common, there was one video game franchise in the ’90s that was the quintessential RPG. Yes, we’re talking about Final Fantasy from Square Enix. The fantasy Japanese RPGs debuted on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1987,...
Umi Sushi in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood is being called out for alleged racial discrimination by a Black couple who were escorted out of the restaurant for a dress code violation. The couple said it was one thing if a dress code violation is all it was, but to them, it became pretty clear that the rules of the “dress code”...
Coronavirus: Doctors, nurses and health workers 'burning out', warns WHO
Doctors and nurses dealing with COVID-19 patients are at risk of burnout, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), which has warned that the global health workforce is as big a concern in fighting the virus now as a lack of intensive care units, ventilators and personal protective equipment was in March."Our health workforce is exhausted, people are burning...