The former president has 30 days to appeal, which could require paying a significant premium on bond
Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty ImagesA high-altitude balloon that the U.S. military began tracking on Friday as it floated above the Western United States does not pose a threat, according to NORAD. The mysterious object was intercepted by fighter jets as it flew between 43,000 and 45,000 feet above the state of Utah, slightly higher than most commercial planes fly, between 31,000 feet to 42,000 feet.NORAD “determined it was not maneuverable and did not present a threat to national securit
Come aboard, Rick Cosnett… we’re expecting you. The Flash alum is set to join the cast of ABC’s 9-1-1 for the upcoming seventh season, our sister site Deadline reports. Cosnett will recur in Season 7 as charismatic cruise director Julian Enes. The cruise plays a key role in the upcoming season, with Athena (Angela Bassett) …
Many pharmacies across the U.S. could not transmit insurance claims for their patients after UnitedHealth Group's Change Healthcare reported a hack earlier this week, the American Pharmacists Association said on Friday. "This is resulting in delays in getting prescriptions filled," the association said in a statement. The disruptions from the attack were expected to last at least through Friday, Change Healthcare, the healthcare billing and data systems provider, said on its status page.
Laken Hope Riley, 22, was found dead on Thursday afternoon on the University of Georgia campus
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STORY: Germany has legalized cannabis for limited recreational use - joining a small club of countries and jurisdictions.The law was passed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s ruling coalition on Friday.Health minister Karl Lauterbach said the goal is to crack down on the black market and protect young people.Here’s what’s legal: Individuals can cultivate up to three plants for their own use - and possess up to 25 grams of cannabis.Larger-scale - but still non-commercial - cannabis production will be allowed for so-called cannabis clubs.They can have up to 500 members - all adults - and only members can consume their product.This is Alenka Genisi - chair of one club in Cologne."It is generally speaking an important step in a modern, enlightened drugs politics. And it is really really important that this endless, pointless, criminal proceedings that are ongoing at the moment - there are 180,000 cannabis criminal proceedings a year - that this stops."It's still illegal for minors to use the drug - or for people to consume it near schools or playgrounds.Some 4.5 million Germans are estimated to use cannabis.Lauterbach said the country can’t stick its head in the sand, with use soaring among young people, whose brains could be at risk by use of the drug.He also said street drugs are becoming more potent, more impure - and more dangerous.Germany’s opposition argues the minister is promoting drug use.One legislator said called the idea the law will curb use among young people “absurd nonsense” and compared the minister to acting like a “state drug dealer.”Germany is the ninth country to legalize recreational use of the drug, which is also legal in some parts of the U.S. and Australia.Many more countries allow its medical use as a painkiller.
The history-making robot likely caught its foot on a rock and fell on its side, US operator says.
Piers Morgan and Oprah have criticised the use of AI deepfake ads used to promote a "manifestation" guide.
picture alliance via Getty ImagesA Spanish priest has been sidelined by the Roman Catholic Church after he was busted by the Civil Guard’s organized-crime unit for allegedly selling Viagra and other “aphrodisiac substances” out of his home.Identified in local reports as a long-time parish priest from the small town of Don Benito, he is now receiving “psychological and spiritual” help during his temporary suspension, the diocese of Plasencia announced in a statement on Thursday, adding that it wa
Goldman Sachs Global Treasurer Philip Berlinski, who was once touted as a likely CFO candidate is in talks about potentially leaving the bank, the Financial Times reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. Berlinski is currently the global treasurer of Goldman Sachs and chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs Bank USA, as per the company's website. After seeing the exit of a few prominent bankers, Goldman is facing resignation threats from many partners, the report added.
Delta Air Lines on Friday urged the U.S. government to allow the carrier to continue its partnership with Aeromexico , saying that otherwise it would likely have to cancel nearly two dozen routes. The U.S. Transportation Department (USDOT) said last month it had tentatively decided not to renew Delta's antitrust immunity agreement covering its partnership at Aeromexico partnership, citing the Mexican government decision to make sweeping changes at the country's main capital airport.
NHS bosses warn of significant disruption to services in England during the five-day walkout.
Franco-Italian automaker Stellantis wants to stick to the European Union's goal to effectively ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035, CEO Carlos Tavares said in an interview with German media outlet Welt published Saturday. Tavares's comments come as politicians and people in the auto industry had argued that a possible shift to the right in the European Parliament after the elections in June could lead to a revision or withdrawal of the ban. The landmark rules, approved by EU lawmakers in February 2023, require that by 2035, carmakers must achieve a 100% cut in CO2 emissions from new cars sold, which would make it impossible to sell new fossil fuel-powered vehicles in the 27-country bloc.
Claims of violence against women are roiling the world's most famous sled dog race — Alaska's Iditarod — with officials disqualifying two top mushers this week and then quickly reinstating one of them on Friday, days before the start. The upheaval began last week, when the Iditarod Trail Committee, the race's governing body, sent an email to all competitors saying it had been informed of several accusations concerning violence against and abuse of women within the mushing community. "The ITC Board cannot tolerate such conduct by anyone affiliated with the Iditarod,” the email said.
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