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CNN —At the 2023 Academy Museum Gala in Los Angeles last night, not one, but three celebrities arrived in a decidedly retro accessory: Evening gloves. First popularized in the 16th century, the opera glove (usually categorized as being between 19 and 23 inches in length) has long been a dependable garment to elevate and exaggerate any ensemble. Gomez wore her accessories over her opera gloves. Marilyn Monroe created an iconic opera gloves moment, teaming them with a bustier dress in the 1953 movie "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." For its latest Fall-Winter 2023 campaign, Versace dressed down a pair of black croc-effect leather elbow gloves with blue denim jeans.
Persons: Selena Gomez, Valentino, Cara Delevigne, Jared Leto’s, Givenchy, Gomez, Michael Buckner, Elizabeth I, Marilyn Monroe’s, , ” Monroe, , Monroe, Marilyn Monroe, Bella Hadid, Anne Hathaway, Olivia Rodrigo, Zoë Kravitz, Emma D’Arcy, Mia Goth, Cambridge, Paula Rowan, Versace, Kodi Smit, McPhee, Kendall Jenner, Angela Weiss, lá Gomez Organizations: CNN, Variety, Fox Locations: Los Angeles, Shutterstock, Buckingham
Sustainable aviation fuel, or SAF, is a type of alternative jet fuel that can curb carbon emissions by up to 80%. The main reason for the slow adoption is that it’s still more expensive – between 1.5 to 6 times pricier than regular jet fuel. Boeing is not out of the race either, but doesn’t see a hydrogen long-haul plane as around the corner. On medium- and long-haul flights, we don’t see it as a direct source of propulsion until 2040. We would need to see magnitude-order changes [in batteries] for us to consider those for long-haul flights.
Persons: , Gary Crichlow, Gökçin Çınar, Ryan Faucett, Alexandre Doumenjou, Andreas Schäfer, Britten, , Artemis, that’s, Boeing’s Faucett, “ You’re, Schäfer Organizations: CNN — Aviation, Boeing, , Aviation Environment Federation, SAF, Airbus, University of Michigan, CNN, Virgin Atlantic, University College London, Cranfield Aerospace, Norman, Engineers, NASA, Critchlow Locations: London, Bangkok, New York, California, ZeroAvia
Supplements like vitamin D or magnesium may be in order. Vitamin D is essential for our bone density, helping us convert calcium into strength. Generally, we absorb most of our vitamin D from the sun, so many people choose to supplement their vitamin D intake in the wintertime, when we aren't getting as many rays outside. AdvertisementLongevity doctor Peter Attia pops several different kinds of magnesium every day, to promote healthy aging. Fine-tune your diet and exercise routine before you try supplements, experts sayLongevity experts recommend adding more vegetables, beans, nuts, and seeds into your diet.
Persons: , Nir Barzilai, Dr, Andrea Maier, Angelo Cavalli, immunologist Anthony Fauci, Bryan Johnson, Barzilai, it's, nicotinamide, Ivan, Paul Robbins, Peter Attia, Maier, that's, Kate Hull Organizations: Service, Institute for Aging Research, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Healthy Longevity, National University of Singapore, US Food and Drug Administration, Getty, FDA Locations: Singapore
You probably recognize Addison Rae from TikTok or Instagram, where she has millions of followers. But she's also become a style star on the red carpet thanks to her daring fashion sense. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . With nearly 89 million TikTok followers and 36.7 million Instagram fans, you'd be hard pressed to find a young person who isn't familiar with the 23-year-old influencer.
Persons: Addison Rae, she's, , you'd, Kardashian Organizations: Service Locations: TikTok
Olympic rings to celebrate the IOC official announcement that Paris won the 2024 Olympic bid are seen in front of the Eiffel Tower at the Trocadero square in Paris, France, September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDec 4 (Reuters) - There is no "plan B" for the opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympic Summer Games, the French sports minister said on Monday, after a man armed with a knife and hammer killed a German tourist and left two people wounded near the Eiffel Tower on Saturday. "We have no plan B, we have a plan in which there are several sub-plans with a certain number of adjustment variables," Amelie Oudea-Castera told France Inter radio. The attack occurred on the Quai de Grenelle - a spot also included in the plans for the opening ceremony. Reporting by Piotr Lipinski and Tassilo Hummel Editing by Bernadette BaumOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Amelie Oudea, Castera, Jean, Francois Ricard, Pont, Tony Estanguet, Piotr Lipinski, Tassilo Hummel, Bernadette Baum Organizations: IOC, Paris, REUTERS, France Inter, Islamic, Games, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Islamic State, Grenelle, Chechen, Israel
Israel has since resumed its attacks on Hamas, and Mr. Kirby urged it to avoid civilian casualties, while crediting its forces with making efforts to do so. “He’s so naïve; I mean I just lost all confidence in this guy,” Mr. Graham said. “Secretary Austin is telling Israel things that are impossible to achieve.”Mr. Graham said his solution to the hostage impasse would be to threaten Iran, the sponsor of Hamas. “I would go to Iran and say listen, you need to tell Hamas to let these hostages go,” he said. “Qatar has said that Hamas is still at the table,” she said, referring to the Persian Gulf emirate that has served as the intermediary for the talks.
Persons: Israel, , John F, , Kirby, Osama Hamdan, There’s, Biden, Biden’s, Lindsey Graham, Lloyd J, Austin III, Austin, ” Mr, Graham, Mr, Al Qaeda, Pramila Jayapal, Jayapal, ” Hwaida Saad Organizations: Kirby, White House National Security Council, Press, Hamas, Republican, West Bank, CNN’s, Union, Locations: Gaza, Jerusalem, U.S, Lebanon, Israel, South Carolina, CNN’s “ State, Iraq, Al, we’d, Iran, Washington, United States, Qatar, Persian, “ Israel
A view shows signage on a branch of Barclays Bank in London, Britain, March 17, 2023. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDec 4 (Reuters) - Qatar Holding is looking to sell around 510 million pounds ($643.72 million) of shares in Barclays (BARC.L), one of the banks acting on the deal said on Monday, cutting back on its crisis-era investment in the British bank. The deal is set to price at 141 pence per share, or a discount of about 1.4% to Barclays' closing share price on Monday. The share sale comes as Barclays is striving to revive its share price, which has halved since Qatar first invested in 2008. Qatar has previously cashed in on warrants acquired through the capital injection.
Persons: Peter Nicholls, Pablo Mayo, Juby Babu, Anil D'Silva, Jane Merriman, Josie Kao Organizations: Barclays Bank, REUTERS, Barclays, Qatar, Venkatakrishnan, Reuters, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Qatar, British, Germany, Bengaluru
He made a New Year's resolution to lose weight so that he could become a more active dad. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . I'm a tall person, at 6-foot-4, but it wasn't enough of an excuse to weigh between 330 and 340 pounds. In common with a lot of people, my New Year's resolution was to lose weight and get in shape.
Persons: Todd Baker, , Noah, Macy, I'm, I'd, Baker, he's, I've, it's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Denver, Bahamas, Arapahoe
The US conducted a "self-defense strike" against a target in Iraq on Sunday afternoon. The Islamic Resistance has vowed retaliation for the deaths, per Reuters. AdvertisementFive Iraqi militants were killed Sunday in an airstrike as they prepared to launch explosives toward American forces, according to multiple reports. US officials confirmed they'd carried out a "self-defense strike on an imminent threat" on Sunday afternoon, per Reuters. The outlet reported the Islamic Resistance, a conglomerate of militia groups with ties to Tehran, vowed retaliation for the deaths.
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What if Washington Becomes the Sports Capital of America?
  + stars: | 2023-12-04 | by ( Scott Wapner | )   time to read: 1 min
It's been a tough year for Washington sports teams. The Capitals and Wizards both missed the playoffs and the Nationals finished last in their division. Ted Leonsis owns the Capitals and Wizards, and the WNBA's Mystics and while he'd love to see more winning, he's committed to the DC area. He's even said he'd love to add an MLB team to his DC portfolio. We'll talk to the renowned investor and entrepreneur about why he's all in on the Nation's Capital.
Persons: It's, Ted Leonsis, he's Organizations: Washington, The Capitals, Wizards, Nationals, Capitals, WNBA's Mystics
NEW YORK (AP) — When Paul Giamatti made “Sideways” with Alexander Payne, he stayed in a little house in the middle of a large vineyard. I told David Hemingson: We’re writing for Paul Giamatti." “He’s just the best actor,” Payne adds. Twenty years ago, Giamatti was surprisingly passed over for an Oscar nomination for “Sideways.” This time, many are predicting he’ll receive his first Academy Award nomination for best actor. If the movie does, if (Randolph) does, if Hemingson does or Alexander does — it’d be great if somebody does."
Persons: Paul Giamatti, Alexander Payne, Giamatti, Alexander, , ’ ”, Thomas Hayden, , John Adams ”, Jerry Heller, he’s, Payne, , Paul Hunham, who’s, Dominic Sessa, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, ” Giamatti, , Giamatti’s, Miles Raymond of “, grouch, “ He’s, He’s, ” Payne, David Hemingson, “ I’ve, aspersions, Paul, Bartlett Giamatti, Toni, Choate, You’ll, Miles, Sessa, wouldn’t, I’m, Randolph, Stephen Asma, cackling, ’ I’m Organizations: Thomas Hayden Church, Yale, Major League Baseball, Hopkins School Locations: Napa Valley, Manhattan, California, New England, Haven , Connecticut
Welcome to Great Adaptations, the Book Review’s regular multiple-choice quiz about literature that has gone on to find new life in the form of movies, television shows, theatrical productions and other formats. This month’s challenge focuses on screen adaptations that have become popular viewing choices during the year-end holiday season — and the variety of books that originally inspired them. Just tap or click your answers to the five questions below. And scroll down after you finish the last question for more information and links to the books and videos.
Doug Burgum ended his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination on Monday after a stronger-than-expected showing fueled by a gift card-for-campaign donation gimmick that helped get him on the debate stage. The tactic drew skepticism over its legality, though Burgum's campaign said its legal advisers had reviewed and approved the method. He failed to qualify for the third debate, however, after coming up short on the polling requirements. And it appeared that he would also not qualify for the fourth debate. None of their debate criteria relate to the qualifications related to actually doing the job of the president.”
Persons: Doug Burgum, Joe Biden's, , Organizations: N.D, North Dakota Gov, Republican, Committee, Biden, Republican National Committee, Heartland Locations: BISMARCK, Iowa, New Hampshire, Hampshire
A Radical AgendaTo be sure, some of what Mr. Trump and his allies are planning is in line with what any standard-issue Republican president would most likely do. For example, Mr. Trump would very likely roll back many of President Biden’s policies to curb carbon emissions and hasten the transition to electric cars. He has said he would fundamentally re-evaluate “NATO’s purpose and NATO’s mission” in a second term. After some demonstrations against police violence in 2020 became riots, Mr. Trump had an order drafted to use troops to crack down on protesters in Washington, D.C., but didn’t sign it. “You look at any Democrat-run state, and it’s just not the same — it doesn’t work,” Mr. Trump told the crowd, calling cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco crime dens.
Persons: Trump, Biden’s, it’s, ” Mr, I’m, Organizations: U.S, NATO, Washington , D.C, Democratic Locations: United States, Mexico, Washington ,, Iowa, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco
And I think that's just a testament to the world being really big and messy, and that these systems are still evolving, they're still really in their infancy. That may be a thing that's useful in your work, or maybe a thing that's useful in your life, or it may just be a fun thing – it may just be that you create a funny GPT and it's a cool thing to have. High-level, we always knew that we wanted to have a structure that, at its core, retained the original OpenAI – the OpenAI nonprofit. So that's the first thing to understand, I think, about OpenAI: It's not a normal company in that sense. We have shared that we have an initial board now, and expect to add more board membersWhat's the general mood like at the company right now?
Persons: OpenAI, Sam, Altman, Brad Lightcap, Lightcap, ChatGPT, OpenAI's, Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, Adam D'Angelo, Dev Day, DALL, we'd, doesn't, haven't, they've, – there's, There's, , We're, we've, Dev, It's, You've, Sam Altman, reappointment Organizations: CNBC, Fortune, Microsoft, ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI, OpenAI's Locations: San Francisco
Sultan Al-Jaber, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. and president of COP28, speaks in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023. Dubai, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — COP28 President Sultan Al-Jaber is facing a backlash over his claim that there is "no science" behind calls for a phase out of fossil fuels — a demand that many believe will ultimately determine the success of the U.N. climate conference. In comments first reported on Sunday by The Guardian and investigative journalism organization the Centre for Climate Reporting, COP28 president and United Arab Emirates climate chief Al-Jaber suggested a fossil fuel phase out would not allow sustainable development "unless you want to take the world back into caves." He added that he'd been surprised by the "constant and repeated attempts to undermine the work of the COP28 presidency." "The COP President is clear that phasing down and out of fossil fuels is inevitable and that we must keep 1.5°C within reach.
Persons: Sultan Al, Jaber, Abu, Michael Mann, Al, U.N, Antonio Guterres, he'd Organizations: Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, COP28, UNITED, EMIRATES —, The Guardian, Climate, United, Al, University of Pennsylvania, Abu, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, CNBC Locations: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Al
We decided to bring our toddler, which meant the trip wasn't a typical relaxing babymoon. We made small tweaks to ensure a good time, and I cherished our last trip as a family of three. So when I was pregnant with my second daughter in 2023, I knew I wanted to go on a babymoon. I was excited to expand our family, but wanted to fixate my attention on my older daughter while I could. Emily Hochberg/Business InsiderStill, I'm glad we took a babymoon with our toddler.
Persons: , Greece —, Emily Hochberg, I've, Conrad Punta, she'd, I'd, I'm, didn't, She'll Organizations: Service Locations: Mexico, Greece, Punta, Mita
REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Dec 4 (Reuters) - U.S. crude oil production set a record for the second month running in September, highlighting the challenge to Saudi Arabia and its OPEC⁺ partners as they cut their own production to boost prices. Lower 48 production climbed to a record of 10.8 million b/d, surpassing the pre-pandemic peak of 10.5 million b/d set in December 2019. Drilling activity usually turns down around 4-5 months after prices and production turns down 10-12 months after prices fall. Production growth has slowed consistently since the middle of 2022 in response to the sharp fall in prices. Related columns:- U.S. oil output hits record as producers boost drilling efficiency (November 1, 2023)- U.S. oil producers reprieved by Saudi output cut (October 3, 2023)John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst.
Persons: Mike Segar, OPEC’s, John Kemp, Barbara Lewis Organizations: Bayway, REUTERS, OPEC, U.S . Energy Information Administration, Cooperation, Energy Information Administration, Thomson, Reuters Locations: Phillips, Linden , New Jersey, U.S, Saudi Arabia, Gulf of Mexico, Alaska, OPEC, United Kingdom, Russia, Soviet, Vienna, Brazil, Guyana, El, Saudi
Here’s where to invest your cash to save on taxes in 2024
  + stars: | 2023-12-04 | by ( Kate Dore | Cfp | )   time to read: +1 min
"While any additional income earned from higher yields is taxed at a progressively higher rate, IRMAA applies as a surcharge," he said. "This means that even $1 of additional income could trigger higher premiums." With terms ranging from one month to one year, most Treasury bills, known as T-bills, are currently paying well over 5%, as of Dec. 4. However, T-bills offer a tax benefit over products like high-yield savings, certificates of deposit or money market funds: no state or local taxes on earnings. T-bill interest is still subject to federal income taxes.
Persons: Eric Audras, Mullikin, Catherine Valega Organizations: PhotoAlto, Getty, Medicare, Green Bee Locations: Boston, TreasuryDirect
There is an unclaimed lottery ticket in Florida worth $44 million. AdvertisementAn unclaimed lottery ticket worth $44 million awaits its winner, who has just a week left to claim the life-changing sum. Florida Lottery said in a news release that somebody purchased the winning Quick Pick ticket on June 14 from Sunoco Express in Kissimmee, Florida. AdvertisementThe Florida Lottery said that anyone who purchased a lottery ticket at that specific gas station was "encouraged" to check if they were the lucky winner. And because it is such a large prize, the participant would also need to validate the ticket in person at the Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee.
Persons: , he'd, Emily Irwin Organizations: Florida Lottery, Sunoco, Wells Locations: Florida, Kissimmee , Florida, Sunoco Express, Tallahassee, Michigan
Indeed, studies show that drinking alcohol is less in vogue with younger millennials and Gen Z. Mounting concern around weight loss drugs GLP-1 drugs, which mimic the action of the glucagon-like peptide-1 hormone and stimulate insulin secretion after a meal, lower blood sugar and send feeling of fullness to the brain. What's more, GLP-1 drugs are an overwhelmingly American topic, with most Europeans unaware of them or unwilling to pay high prices. In total, GLP-1 users are only a very small slice of total alcohol consumers, said Spiros Malandrakis, lead alcohol industry researcher at Euromonitor International. The most vulnerable purveyors are those that are trailing the shift in consumption, notably domestic, non-premium beer brands.
Persons: Katie Pell, Pell, wasn't, millennials, Eli Lilly's Mounjaro, Goldman Sachs, Jason English, Nadine Sarwat, Bernstein, Sarwat, Spiros Malandrakis, , BUD YTD, who'd, Mickey Velado, Brian Sudano, Nell Healy, Healy, she's, Malandrakis, Ryan Brigden, Brigden, Sudano, Joseph Gabelli, Gabelli, Z, there's, it's, Garrett Nelson, They've, seltzer, Nelson, Molson Coors, Bud, he's Organizations: Gallup, Drugs, Nordisk's Ozempic, JPMorgan, CNBC, Euromonitor, Anheuser, Busch Inbev, Beverage Marketing, Constellation, Guinness, Corona, Heineken, Athletic Brewing Company, Heineken Holding, Carlsberg, Constellation Brands, Malandrakis, Beverage, Gabelli, Diageo, Molson Coors, Busch InBev, Molson, Anheuser Busch Locations: Brooklyn, U.S, GLP, imbibing, Angeles, Colorado, Washington, California, North Carolina, San Francisco Bay, Europe, British, Brazil, India
I worked at a popular hotel chain for three years, and many things about the job surprised me. Here are the most surprising things about the job. I could offer a number of surprising toiletries to guestsThe front desk at a hotel usually offers more toiletries than you might think. Guests rarely checked out of their roomsThe checkout process lets hotel staff know when a room is vacant so they can start cleaning and reoccupying it. I often learned a lot from our guestsI loved meeting new guests when I worked at a hotel.
Persons: didn't, , I'd Organizations: Service, DC, Hinterhaus
Elon Musk once told DeepMind's Demis Hassabis about his plans to colonize Mars, per NYT. But Musk was left dumbfounded after Hassabis said that AI might destroy his colonies on Mars. Hassabis told Musk that the plan would work if artificial intelligence didn't make the trip to Mars. According to Hassabis, AI being in the mix would lead to the human colony's destruction, too. In March, Musk told a Tesla shareholder during the company's investor day that he was "a little worried about AI stuff."
Persons: Elon Musk, DeepMind's, Musk, Hassabis, , Demis Hassabis, he'd, Peter Thiel —, OpenAI's, DeepMind Organizations: Service, Elon, The New York Times, The Times, SpaceX, Google, Musk, Business Insider Locations: Mars, DeepMind
LONDON, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Drama "All of Us Strangers" was the big winner at the British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) on Sunday, taking home seven awards, including best British independent film and best director. "All of Us Strangers", a mystery drama about love and loss, stars Andrew Scott as Adam, a writer living in a near-empty London high-rise. It's a movie about love and we're so proud of it," Scott told Reuters on the red carpet. The provocatively titled film follows three British teen girls who go on holiday with the aim of drinking, clubbing and hooking up. French filmmaker Justine Triet's Palme d'Or-winning movie "Anatomy of a Fall" was named best international independent film.
Persons: Jodie Comer, Celine Song, Andrew Scott, Adam, Harry, Andrew Haigh, Paul Mescal, Claire Foy, Jamie Bell, it's, It's, Scott, Mia McKenna, Bruce, Shaun Thomas, McKenna, George Mackay, Nathan Stewart, Jarrett, Sam H, Freeman, Ng Choon Ping, Justine Triet's Palme, Hanna Rantala, Neil Fullikc Organizations: British, Reuters, Thomson Locations: London, French
The logo of Swiss drugmaker Roche is seen at its headquarters in Basel, Switzerland January 30, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsZURICH, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Roche (ROG.S) agreed to take over obesity drug developer Carmot Therapeutics (CRMO.O) for $2.7 billion, joining a list global contestants seeking to challenge the dominant makers of weight-loss drugs Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) and Eli Lilly. After encouraging Phase I trial results, the drug is ready to be tested on humans in the second of three trial stages, Roche added. Among recent deals to acquire obesity drug development projects, AstraZeneca (AZN.L) last month agreed to pay up to $2 billion for the rights to an experimental pill from China's Eccogene. Roche will obtain access to Carmot's current R&D portfolio including all clinical and preclinical assets.
Persons: drugmaker Roche, Arnd, ROG.S, Eli Lilly, Swiss drugmaker, Roche, . New Roche, Thomas Schinecker, Ludwig Burger, Noel Illien, Rachel More, Louise Heavens Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Carmot Therapeutics, Novo Nordisk, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Thomson Locations: Basel, Switzerland, Swiss, ., Alzheimer's
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