The Nobel committee gave this year’s Peace Prize to journalists Dmitry Muratov in Russia and Maria Ressa in the Philippines; both have been outspoken opponents of their nations’ autocratic leaders.
A city government investigation found that while New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s family was entitled to police security, he made the officers drive his son around and help his daughter move out of her apartment.
“Blue Collar Comedy” veteran Larry the Cable Guy (real name: Daniel Lawrence Whitney) revealed that performing on the show was “the first time I ever really sang anything in front of anybody.”
About 1,400 Kellogg’s workers went on strike over pay and benefits. The company says their average salary is $120,000 and that most have “no-cost comprehensive health insurance.”
German music company BMG bought the rights to all 81-year-old Tina Turner’s recordings, paying a reported $50 million for 60 years worth of her work.
The 31-year-old man refused to give police his name after he fell 100 feet, crashed through the roof of a black BMW and emerged with a broken arm.
The Country Music Association is not inviting Morgan Wallen because the 28-year-old was caught on a neighbor’s doorbell camera yelling a racial slur.
The 18 NBA veterans are charged with defrauding the league’s health and welfare benefit plan from at least 2017 to 2020.
Microsoft said hacks sponsored by the Russian government mostly targeted think-tanks and government agencies in the United States.
Federally subsidized public housing landlords now can’t evict tenants for not paying their rent without first telling them about available federal emergency assistance, and giving them 30 days notice.
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