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An aerial view shows oil tanks of Transneft oil pipeline operator at the crude oil terminal Kozmino on the shore of Nakhodka Bay near the port city of Nakhodka, Russia June 13, 2022. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) climbed 36 cents, or 0.4%, to $90.02. The Fed on Wednesday maintained interest rates, but stiffened its hawkish stance, projecting a quarter-percentage-point increase to 5.50-5.75% by year-end. "The Fed stance and a strong labor market has driven equities and commodities lower, pressuring oil," said Kilduff. Oil prices remained supported by concern about tight supply globally entering the fourth quarter.
Persons: Tatiana Meel, Brent, refiners, Tamas Varga, Vargas, John Kilduff, Paul Carsten, Natalie Grover, Laura Sanicola, Trixie Yap, Sonali Paul, Jane Merriman, Alexandra Hudson, David Gregorio Our Organizations: . West Texas, . Federal, Fed, U.S ., U.S . Labor Department, Bank of England, Organization of, Petroleum, Thomson Locations: Nakhodka, Russia, Russian, ., New York, Norway's, Cushing, London
Qantas aircraft are seen on the tarmac at Melbourne International Airport in Melbourne, Australia, November 6, 2018. But any suggestion that we took fees for no service is just wrong," Goyder said. The ABC report did not mention the names of investors and consumers who have called for Goyder's resignation. Goyder was appointed to the board in November 2017 and named chairman in October 2018. Goyder said Qantas has accepted the ruling and new CEO Vanessa Hudson will work towards settling the case, according to ABC News.
Persons: Phil Noble, Alan Joyce, Richard Goyder, Goyder, Vanessa Hudson, Roushni Nair, Sonia Cheema Organizations: Qantas, Melbourne International Airport, REUTERS, Rights Companies Qantas Airways, Australia's Qantas Airways, ABC, ABC News, Thomson Locations: Melbourne, Australia, Bengaluru
"At the beginning everyone was worried and was checking if the 2-euro coins were fake or not," said waiter Endrit. "Now we don't check anymore... we may be taking fake money or may be giving out fake money. The number of fake 2-euro coins in circulation has seen a massive increase this year, according to law enforcement agencies. In April they arrested a man and a woman trying to bring 10,600 fake 2-euro coins into Kosovo from North Macedonia. "We always complained in Kosovo that we don't have our own currency, well it looks we have now - fake 2-euro coins."
Persons: Endrit, Vjollca Mavriqi, Sokol Havolli, Fatos, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Police, Sokol, Kosovo's Central Bank, Reuters, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: PRISTINA, Kosovo's, Pristina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia
Since then they have pledged allegiance to Islamic State and maintained their insurgency, attacking civilian and military targets in both Congo and Uganda. Congo army spokesperson Antony Mwalushay told Reuters that after sometimes lengthy spells in the camps, the women can have valuable insight on the group's operations that helps counter-insurgency efforts. So far this year the army has questioned around 425 women, who had been freed or escaped from rebels since January, including Mariam, Mwalushay said. Speaking to Reuters in the yard of the centre, Mariam described how she was coerced into moving to the rebel camp. Another 22-year old woman who ended up in an ADF camp when her husband signed up, said she was surprised by the strict interpretation of Islamic Sharia law.
Persons: Yassin Kombi, Muiysa, Mariam, Antony Mwalushay, Mwalushay, Sonia Rolley, Alessandra Prentice, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Congolese, Allied Democratic Forces, Islamic, Reuters, ADF Locations: Muiysa BENI, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ugandan, Islamic State, Uganda, Congo, Beni
The new German central bank (Bundesbank) vice-president Claudia Buch poses during a photocall at the Bundesbank headquarters in Frankfurt, May 20, 2014. Buch, who has been the vice-president of Germany's central bank for 10 years after a career in academia, was chosen last week over Spain's Margarita Delgado, the European Parliament's preferred candidate. The EU Parliament will have a final say on the appointment on Wednesday at a vote scheduled for 1400 GMT. At the hearing, Buch said she would immediately resign from her role as an alternate if appointed as chief supervisor. ECB President Christine Lagarde said last week that the 26-member Governing Council followed the rules in Buch's selection.
Persons: Claudia Buch, Ralph Orlowski, Buch, Spain's Margarita Delgado, Joachim Nagel, Christine Lagarde, Marco Zanni, Frank Siebelt, Hugh Lawson, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: REUTERS, Central, Single, EU, ECB, Reuters, Council, Democracy Group, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: Frankfurt, FRANKFURT, Spain
World’s 50 best hotels for 2023 revealed
  + stars: | 2023-09-20 | by ( Tamara Hardingham-Gill | )   time to read: +7 min
London CNN —It opened just over a year ago, but a luxurious 24-key Italian property has already been named the best hotel in the world. Passalacqua, which overlooks Lake Como, beat off stiff competition to receive the top spot on the first-ever edition of the World’s 50 Best Hotels list, which was announced at an awards ceremony in the UK on Tuesday night. The highly-anticipated list honored 50 hotels from 35 destinations across the world. “After seeing the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the hospitality industry, it’s been especially fulfilling to see so many hoteliers from around the world gather in London to celebrate each other’s achievements under one roof for the first-ever awards ceremony of The World’s 50 Best Hotels,” Tim Brooke-Webb, managing director for the World’s 50 Best Hotels, said in a statement. The World’s 50 Best Hotels: Full list1.
Persons: , Aman Tokyo, ’ Capello, Aman, Rosewood São, ” Valentina De Santis, Passalacqua, Silvio Vettorello, Vincenzo Bellini, , De Santis, it’s, Tim Brooke, Webb, Soneva, Chablé, Aman Venice, Le Sirenuse, Borgo, Royal Mansour, São, Cheval Blanc, Soneva Jani, Eden, Oberoi, Hôtel de Crillon Organizations: CNN, London CNN, Firenze, Rosewood, ’ Capello Bangkok, Capella, Hudson Yards, NoMad, CNN Travel, Somerset, Park, Eco, Hospitality, Lodges, Hotel Academy, Singita, Raffles, Madrid, Capella Singapore, Le Bristol Paris, Hyatt Kyoto, Hoshinoya, Atlantis, Equinox Locations: London, Lake Como, Europe, Florence, Asia, Rosewood Hong Kong, Bangkok, Chao Phraya, Hong Kong, Capella Bangkok, Aman New York, York, Hudson, Connaught, Rosewood São Paulo, Brisbane, South Africa, Scotland, Bruton , Somerset, Utah, Italy, Aman Tokyo, Mamounia, Marrakech, Morocco, Soneva Fushi, Maldives, Puerto Vallarta , Mexico, Australia, Chocholá, Mexico, Claridge’s, Raffles Singapore, Wanokaka, Indonesia, Tulum, France, São Paulo, Brazil, Kyoto, Japan, Réserve, Paris, Auchterarder, Du, Antibes, Somerset, Bruton, United Kingdom, Sri Lanka, Hoshinoya Tokyo, Bali, Barths, Siam, Badrutt’s, Moritz, Switzerland, Dubai, Agra, India, Spain
Ukraine brought the case to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the highest U.N. court for disputes between states, days after Russia launched a full scale war on its smaller neighbour on Feb. 24 last year. Kyiv argues that Russia is abusing the 1948 U.N. Genocide Convention, adopted in the aftermath of World War Two, by saying the invasion was justified to stop an alleged genocide in eastern Ukraine. Russia asked the court on Monday to throw out the case, claiming Kyiv's legal arguments were "hopelessly flawed" and that Moscow had not actually invoked the genocide treaty when it used the term genocide. Some 32 states will address the court, all in support of Ukraine, which wants the court to go on and hear the case on merit and find that Russia must pay reparations. Ukraine says there was no risk of genocide in eastern Ukraine, where it had been fighting Russian-backed forces since 2014.
Persons: Anton Korynevych, Oksana Zolotaryova, Alexander Vasilievich Shulgin, Gennady Kuzmin, Wiebke Ruckert, Stephanie van den Berg, Anthony Deutsch, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Law, Russia's, HAGUE, Wednesday, International Court of Justice, Convention, Kyiv, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: Russian, Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Moscow
US philanthropist Buffett warns against Ukraine 'fatigue'
  + stars: | 2023-09-20 | by ( )   time to read: +3 min
Howard Buffett, a businessman and philanthropist, speaks during an interview with Reuters, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kyiv, Ukraine September 20, 2023. REUTERS/Yurii Kovalenko Acquire Licensing RightsKYIV, Sept 20 (Reuters) - U.S. businessman and philanthropist Howard Buffett said on Wednesday Western public interest in the war in Ukraine could wane in the coming year, and that he may step up his own support for Ukraine to set an example. Buffett said the idea that Ukraine "fatigue" could set in among the public in the West showed that Kyiv's allies should double down on their support. I think the U.S. and Europe have to step up even more and help Ukraine win this war and put it to end." In some Eastern European states there are signs of more critical views over the extent of foreign military support for Ukraine, and anger among farmers who say Ukrainian food imports hurt their prices.
Persons: Howard Buffett, Yurii, Buffett, Warren Buffett, we're, Tom Balmforth, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Rights, United, Republican, Ukraine, Russia's, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: Ukraine, Kyiv, U.S, United States, Europe, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia
A Subtle Change for Biden
  + stars: | 2023-09-20 | by ( David Leonhardt | More About David Leonhardt | )   time to read: +3 min
These countries tend to be flawed democracies (like Brazil, India, Israel and Nigeria) or autocracies (like Saudi Arabia and Vietnam). If the U.S. suggests that only democracies are welcome in its alliance, that alliance will shrink. But, he added, Biden “has also been clear that in that larger effort, we need constructive relationships with countries of all different traditions and backgrounds.”The C.I.A. The U.S. strengthened its ties with Vietnam — which remains a one-party state — when Biden visited Hanoi this month. All of this may help explain the approach Biden took at the U.N. yesterday.
Persons: ” Walter Russell Mead, ” Mead, Biden, Peter Baker, Jake Sullivan, ” Sullivan, Biden “, Stalin, Saddam Hussein, Narendra Modi, Justin Trudeau, Canada’s, India’s, Edward Wong, Mark Mazzetti, Organizations: Washington, Hudson Institute, White House, autocracies, Stalin’s, Vietnam, Saudi Locations: Beijing, Brazil, India, Israel, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, U.S, United States, Stalin’s Soviet, Kuwait, Europe, Japan, South Korea, China, British Columbia, Hanoi, Turkey, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia
This New York City Luxury Tower Has Been a Hard Sell
  + stars: | 2023-09-20 | by ( Katherine Clarke | )   time to read: 1 min
Related Companies had a lofty goal when they set out to build Hudson Yards, a roughly 28-acre mega-project on Manhattan’s far west side. They wanted to turn a windswept railyard into the next hot destination for the global elite. Hudson Yards and the High Line on Dec. 1, 2013. Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP
Persons: Mark Lennihan Organizations: Companies, Hudson Yards
A Barbie-themed mansion in Wisconsin is on the market for $1.1 million. The Barbie-themed mansion. Edina RealtyBarbiecore Castle, a seven-bedroom mansion in Hudson, Wisconsin, is on the market for $1.1 million, according to Edina Realty's online listing. The house's exterior has been painted bright pink and there is Barbie-themed decor scattered throughout the property. The property is currently listed as Barbiecore Castle on Airbnb and costs $2,873 to rent per night.
Persons: Brooke Fleetwood, it's Organizations: Edina Realty, Edina Realty's Locations: Wisconsin, Edina, Hudson , Wisconsin, Airbnb
Journalists ordered out of flood-hit Libyan city after protests
  + stars: | 2023-09-19 | by ( )   time to read: +4 min
[1/6] Volunteers carry victims of a powerful storm and heavy rainfall that hit Libya to bury them at a cemetery in Derna, Libya September 19, 2023. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra Acquire Licensing RightsSept 19 (Reuters) - Journalists reported they were ordered out of the devastated eastern Libyan city of Derna on Tuesday, the day after protesters torched the home of the ousted mayor in fury over the authorities' failure to protect the city from floods. Essam Abu Zriba, interior minister in the eastern administration, told Arab TV channel al Hadath that journalists and aid workers were operating normally. Arab broadcaster Al Hurra reported that the authorities had asked all journalists to depart as soon as possible. Hichem Abu Chkiouat, minister of civil aviation in the administration that runs eastern Libya, told Reuters by phone that some journalists had been told to move, in a step unrelated to the protests there overnight.
Persons: Zohra, Essam Abu, Al Hurra, Al, Hichem Abu Chkiouat, Abdulmenam, Ghaithi, Muammar Gaddafi, Derna, Aguila Saleh, Aguila, Mansour, Taha Miftah, Tom Perry, Peter Graff, Alexandra Hudson, William Maclean Organizations: Volunteers, REUTERS, Journalists, Reuters, Communications, Libyan National Army, Islamic, World Health Organization, Thomson Locations: Libya, Derna, Essam, Arab, Al Jazeera, Islamic State, al Qaeda
REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsABUJA, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Nigeria's two main opposition leaders on Tuesday filed separate appeals at the Supreme Court challenging a tribunal ruling that earlier this month upheld President Bola Tinubu's victory in a disputed February election. Atiku, from the People's Democratic Party who came second in the election, said in a court filing that the tribunal erred in law "when it failed to nullify the presidential election ... on the ground of non compliance" with the electoral law. The two had up to Wednesday to challenge the Sept. 6 tribunal ruling. The Supreme Court, the highest in Nigeria, has 60 days to rule on the appeals. A five-member tribunal had rejected the challenge by Atiku, and Obi, who asked the tribunal to cancel the election, alleging irregularities.
Persons: Bola Tinubu, Temilade, Bola Tinubu's, Peter Obi, Atiku, Obi, Camillus Eboh, MacDonald Dzirutwe, William Maclean, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Nigeria's, REUTERS, Rights, People's Democratic Party, Labour, Reuters, United Nations, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: Abuja, Nigeria, Rights ABUJA, New York
Authorities try to contain anger in aftermath of Libya floods
  + stars: | 2023-09-19 | by ( )   time to read: +5 min
A week after a flood wiped out much of the centre of the city, furious Derna residents demonstrated on the streets and torched the home of the mayor overnight. They accuse the authorities of failing to maintain the dams that protected the city, and failing to evacuate residents before the storm. "Haftar's forces are under pressure to show they have control of the situation, and that they can handle the fallout. A spokesperson for the state-owned Libyan Telecommunications Holding Company, Mohamed Albdairi, told Libya Alahrar television that the communications had gone down in the area because some fiber optic cables had been severed. [1/6]Volunteers carry victims of a powerful storm and heavy rainfall that hit Libya to bury them at a cemetery in Derna, Libya September 19, 2023.
Persons: Derna, Khalifa Haftar, Tim Eaton, Mohamed Albdairi, Hichem Abu Chkiouat, Zohra, Antonio Guterres, Abdulmenam, Muammar Gaddafi, Mansour, Peter Graff, Tom Perry, Alexandra Hudson, William Maclean, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: Communications, The United Nations Office, Humanitarian Affairs, Libyan Telecommunications Holding Company, Engineers, Reuters, Volunteers, REUTERS, World Health Organization, General Assembly, Libyan National Army, Islamic, Thomson Locations: Derna, Benghazi, Libya's, Libya, York, U.N, Islamic State, al Qaeda
The deal removes a point of friction between the United States, which brands Tehran a sponsor of terrorism, and Iran, which calls Washington the "Great Satan". 'HUMANITARIAN ACTION'[1/9]Family members embrace freed American Emad Shargi after he and four fellow detainees were released in a prisoner swap deal between U.S and Iran, and arrived at Davison Army Airfield at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, who was in New York for the annual U.N. General Assembly, called the swap a humanitarian action. Relations between the United States and Iran have been especially bitter since 2018 when then-President Donald Trump pulled out of a deal aimed at curbing Tehran's nuclear ambitions and toughened U.S. sanctions. Washington suspects Iran's nuclear program may be aimed at developing nuclear arms, a charge Iran denies.
Persons: Babak Namazi, Siamak, Siamak Namazi, Morad Tahbaz, American Emad, Jonathan Ernst, Joe Biden, Ebrahim Raisi, Biden, Michael McCaul, Donald Trump, Iran's, Antony Blinken, Henry Rome of, Andrew Mills, Humeyra Pamuk, Parisa, Edmund Blair, Arshad Mohammed, Gareth Jones, Jon Boyle, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: Doha DOHA, NEW, Stripes, Qatari, Davison Army, REUTERS, Rights, General Assembly, Democrat, House Foreign, U.S, Washington Institute for Near, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: Qatar, Iran, Doha, United States, U.S, Fort Belvoir , Virginia, South Korea, Switzerland, Tehran, Washington, Gulf and U.S, Emad Sharqi, British, American, New York
Building begins on facility linking Canada hydropower to NYC
  + stars: | 2023-09-19 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
New York Governor Kathy Hochul speaks during a campaign rally with other New York Democrats, in Yonkers, New York, U.S., November 6, 2022. The 340 mile (547 km) transmission line is a proposed underwater and underground high-voltage direct current power transmission line to deliver the power from Quebec, Canada, to Queens, New York City. The converter station for the line will be the first-ever transformation of a fossil fuel site into a grid-scale zero-emission facility in New York City, its backers say. Once the construction is completed, it will convert 1,250 megawatts of energy from direct current to alternating current power that will be fed directly into the state's power grid. The converter station is a step towards New York’s target for 70% of the state’s electricity to come from renewable sources by 2030.
Persons: Kathy Hochul, Kevin Lamarque, Champlain, ” Hochul, Ashitha, Timothy Gardner Organizations: New, New York Democrats, REUTERS, Tuesday, Champlain Hudson Power Express, Hydro, Workers, Thomson Locations: Yonkers , New York, U.S, New, New York City, Quebec, Canada, Queens , New York City, Montreal, Astoria, Queens, Bengaluru
Twelve hundred tons of sand arrived last month in Hudson River Park, the sliver of green space on the western edge of Manhattan, and it took only a quarter-century to get there. George E. Pataki signed the law authorizing the creation of the park, he vowed it would have a beach. Now, on the 25th anniversary of the Hudson River Park Act — which turned a strip of dilapidated warehouses and rotting piers along the city’s mightiest river into a sprawling park network — West Siders will finally get to wriggle their toes in the sand. The beach is part of a larger effort to complete the park and knit together its disparate sections, which have been developed in bits and pieces over the years. The newest projects expected to open soon are Gansevoort Peninsula, a recreational area off Gansevoort Street that includes the beach as part of a $73 million overhaul, and Pier 97, a $47 million project off 57th Street that will have a big playground.
Persons: George E, Pataki, Siders Organizations: Gov Locations: Hudson River, Manhattan, Hudson
A sign outside the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara temple is seen after the killing on its grounds in June 2023 of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada September 18, 2023. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that domestic intelligence agencies were actively pursuing credible allegations tying New Delhi's agents to the shooting of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, 45, in June. "We've been working with the U.S. very closely, including on the public disclosure yesterday," the source said. India quickly dismissed Trudeau's assertion as absurd, and said it was expelling a Canadian diplomat, a tit-for-tat move after Canada expelled India's top intelligence figure on Monday. New Delhi, which has urged Ottawa to act against anti-Indian elements, has long been unhappy over Sikh separatist activity in Canada.
Persons: Nanak, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Chris Helgren, Justin Trudeau, We've, Trudeau, Roland Paris, We're, Pierre Poilievre, Jesse Singh, Singh, Nijjar, Steve Scherer, David Ljunggren, David Brunnstrom, Chizu Nomiyama, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, U.S, Tuesday, Canada, India's, University of Ottawa, State Department, Conservative, Washington’s Hudson Institute, Thomson Locations: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, United States, Canadian, India, New Delhi, University of Ottawa . U.S, Indian Government, America, . New Delhi, Ottawa, India's, Punjab, Pakistan
“China is the greatest strategic and economic threat facing the United States in the 21st century,” Pence said in his speech at the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC. For months, China as a foreign policy adversary has been the favored topic of Republican primary candidates. Nikki Haley, who served as ambassador to the United Nations, made a point of spelling out how adversarial the relationship between the United States and China has become. “Yes, I view China as an enemy.”Haley has also used China as a way to frame Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris as weak and incompetent. During the worst days of the Covid-19 pandemic, Trump dug in against criticism directed at him for calling the coronavirus the “China virus.”Trump has used China to argue he has done more than other administrations.
Persons: Mike Pence, Joe Biden’s, ” Pence, Biden, it’s, , Scott Brown, Trump, , Joe Biden, Ron DeSantis, ” DeSantis, Sen, Tim Scott of, ” Scott, I’ll, Nikki Haley, “ China’s, ” Haley, CNN’s Jake Tapper, Kamala Harris, They’ve, Dixon, Donald Trump, ” Trump, Maura Gillespie, ” Gillespie, Vladimir Putin, Putin Organizations: CNN, Hudson Institute, Republican, Florida Gov, Tim Scott of South Carolina, South Carolina Gov, United Nations, Union ”, America, Newsweek, GOP Locations: Afghanistan, China, “ China, United States, Washington ,, New Zealand, Samoa, Ukraine, New Hampshire, Florida, Tim Scott of South, “ State, Russia, Communist China
Shake Shack will pilot the new oil at two New York City locations. Menu items that will be prepared in the sugarcane oil will include the fries, 'Shroom Burger, Chicken Shack and Shack Stack, among others. "We are continuously exploring new ways to reduce our environmental footprint," Shake Shack senior vice president of supply chain Jeffrey Amoscato said in a statement. It's not the first time that Shake Shack has tried something new with its fries. Customers, however, weren't happy with the switch, and Shake Shack quickly switched back to the fan favorite item.
Persons: Jeffrey Amoscato, It's, Shack Organizations: Zero, New, Battery, Shack, CNBC Locations: New York City
"China is the greatest strategic and economic threat facing the United States in the 21st Century," Pence said in a speech at the conservative Hudson Institute in Washington. "China may not yet be an evil empire – but it is working hard to become one," Pence said. In his speech, Pence amplified a split within the Republican candidates over the war in Ukraine, and how China will view the continued U.S. response to Russia's invasion of its neighbor. Pence said it was vital the U.S. gives all military support necessary to Ukraine so it can defeat Russian forces. "Consider what would happen if the Republican appeasers are successful in pulling support for Ukraine," Pence said.
Persons: Mike Pence, Leland Vittert, Jim Vondruska, Pence, Vivek Ramaswamy, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Ramaswamy, Donald Trump, Tim Reid, Gram Slattery, Ross Colvin, Grant McCool Organizations: U.S, REUTERS, Hudson Institute, Republicans, Pew Research, Florida, Republican, Ukraine, Beijing, Thomson Locations: Chicago , Illinois, U.S, China, United States, Washington ., Taiwan, Russia, In Florida, Ukraine, Russian
Bill Maher arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar party during the 94th Academy Awards in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., March 27, 2022. The WGA, on strike since early May, said they will resume talks on Wednesday. The WGA said it was "difficult to imagine" how Maher could host the show and still comply with strike rules. The proposed return of "The Drew Barrymore Show" to CBS drew picketers from the striking writers' and actors' unions as taping resumed last week. Following Barrymore, other popular talk shows, including "The Talk" and "The Jennifer Hudson Show" will not be returning during the WGA strike and the Screen Actors Guild strike.
Persons: Bill Maher, Danny Moloshok, Drew Barrymore, Maher, Barrymore, Jennifer Hudson, Danielle Broadway, Mary Milliken, Tomasz Janowski, Sandra Maler Organizations: REUTERS, HBO, Twitter, Writers Guild of America, WGA, CBS, Screen Actors Guild, Warner Bros, Discovery, Thomson Locations: Beverly Hills , California, U.S, Hollywood
Ukraine's attack on the Sevastopol shipyard last week left a Russian submarine in rough shape. New photos leaked to social media indicate the submarine may be beyond repair, a naval expert says. The attack damaged two vessels, including the Kilo-class attack submarine Rostov-on-Don, and was the latest in a string of assaults on the peninsula, which Kyiv has vowed to liberate from Moscow. It also published satellite imagery showing the damaged Sevastopol shipyard, with a zoomed-in view of the submarine. Britain's defense ministry cited open-source evidence in suggesting that the Minsk had "almost certainly been functionally destroyed."
Persons: submariner, Bryan Clark, Don, Clark Organizations: Service, Fleet, Conflict Intelligence Team, US Navy, Hudson Institute, Ministry of Defense, US Army Locations: Sevastopol, Russian, Wall, Silicon, Ukrainian, Black, Crimea, Rostov, Kyiv, Moscow, Ukraine, Minsk, Russia
New York CNN —Bill Maher has changed his mind and isn’t bringing back his HBO talk show amid the ongoing writer’s strike. “My decision to return to work was made when it seemed nothing was happening and there was no end in sight to this strike,” Maher wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. Last week, Maher said he would bring back his talk show, which ignited outrage from members of the WGA since his show employs a number of union members. Over the weekend, Drew Barrymore changed her mind about bringing back her talk show this week after she caught a slew of backlash from Hollywood. CBS’s “The Talk,” as well as Jennifer Hudson’s syndicated talk show, also postponed their season premieres.
Persons: Bill Maher, ” Maher, Maher, , Drew Barrymore, CBS’s, Jennifer Hudson’s Organizations: New, New York CNN, HBO, Guild of America, WGA, Max, Warner Bros ., SAG Locations: New York
Bill Maher Reverses Decision to Restart Show
  + stars: | 2023-09-18 | by ( Santul Nerkar | )   time to read: +1 min
Bill Maher said on Monday that he would delay the return of his show, just days after he had said it would resume despite the ongoing screenwriters’ strike against Hollywood studios. Mr. Maher said he reversed his decision to restart his weekly HBO show, “Real Time With Bill Maher,” because contract negotiations between Hollywood studios and striking screenwriters were set to resume this week. Mr. Maher said in a post on the platform X, formerly known as Twitter, that his earlier decision to restart the show — which he announced last week — came when “there was no end in sight” to the strike. His change of heart followed similar reversals from talk show hosts like Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Hudson over the weekend. Ms. Barrymore said on Sunday that she was pausing the restart of her talk show, “The Drew Barrymore Show,” after facing a barrage of criticism, including being dropped as the host of the National Book Awards.
Persons: Bill Maher, , Maher, , , Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Hudson, Ms, Barrymore Organizations: Hollywood, HBO
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