3 arrested for car theft in St. Charles County Thursday morning

O’FALLON, Mo. – Three auto theft suspects are in custody Thursday morning. This all started at about 2 a.m. Thursday when a license plate reader in O’Fallon, Missouri spotted a pickup truck that was stolen in Wentzville a few days ago. Top Story: St. Louis County police officer dies after cruiser rammed Officers from a car theft… Continue reading 3 arrested for car theft in St. Charles County Thursday morning

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Bradley Cooper says he was held at knifepoint in NYC subway

NEW YORK (NewsNation Now) — Bradley Cooper recently recounted a terrifying incident on the New York City subway while on his way to pick his daughter up from school. During an appearance on the “Armchair Expert” podcast, hosted by Dax Shepard and Monica Padman, the award-winning actor said he was once held up at knifepoint… Continue reading Bradley Cooper says he was held at knifepoint in NYC subway

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Five revealing quotes from Supreme Court abortion case

WASHINGTON (The Hill) – A tense Supreme Court hearing Wednesday over Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban suggested the conservative-majority court is willing to place new restrictions on abortion. Less clear is how far the court might go in unwinding the legal regime that emerged from Roe v. Wade, which bars states from prohibiting abortion before a… Continue reading Five revealing quotes from Supreme Court abortion case

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TD Bank Group reports $3.8B fourth-quarter profit, raises quarterly dividend

TORONTO — TD Bank Group beat expectations as it reported a fourth-quarter profit of $3.8 billion and raised its quarterly dividend by 13 per cent. The bank says it will now pay a quarterly dividend of 89 cents per share, up from 79 cents per share. TD also says it plans to buy back up… Continue reading TD Bank Group reports $3.8B fourth-quarter profit, raises quarterly dividend

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New online resources launched to help Ontario schools combat Islamophobia

TORONTO – Ontario students and teachers now have access to a set of online resources aimed at combating Islamophobia in schools. The Muslim Association of Canada, a national non-profit organization, launched a website Thursday that features three courses, four workshops and six hours of educational videos to help address anti-Muslim biases that teachers and students… Continue reading New online resources launched to help Ontario schools combat Islamophobia

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Edmunds: Ford Bronco versus Jeep Wrangler

After a 25-year hiatus, the Ford Bronco is back. This new 2021 Bronco SUV pays homage to its predecessors via boxy proportions, round headlights and short overhangs while introducing the latest in convenience and technology features. It’s generated plenty of excitement and serves as an intriguing alternative to a well-known off-roading icon: the Jeep Wrangler.… Continue reading Edmunds: Ford Bronco versus Jeep Wrangler

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Is this the year to buy a home? New report shows what 2022 has in store for New York real estate

We are coming to the end of 2021 and there is still a question from interested buyers: will they have better luck in 2022 to buy themselves a new home?  According to Realtor.com’s 2022 Housing outlook, a whirlwind year is ahead for buyers across the biggest U.S. markets – and the New York metro area… Continue reading Is this the year to buy a home? New report shows what 2022 has in store for New York real estate

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EU fines banks €344M over ‘Sterling Lads’ foreign-exchange cartel

The European Commission slapped an overall fine of €344 million on five big banks for taking part in a foreign-exchange trading cartel. The decision involves some of Europe’s biggest banks: Switzerland’s Credit Suisse and UBS, and U.K.-based RBS, HSBC and Barclays. The Commission found that some traders at these banks exchanged sensitive information and trading… Continue reading EU fines banks €344M over ‘Sterling Lads’ foreign-exchange cartel

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UK government fined £500,000 for leaking celebs’ addresses

The Information Commissioner’s Office fined the U.K. government £500,000 for disclosing details of the recipients of its so-called New Year Honours — which reportedly included Elton John and the former leader of the Conservative Party Iain Duncan Smith, the regulator said Thursday. The fine comes after the U.K. Cabinet Office published a file online containing… Continue reading UK government fined £500,000 for leaking celebs’ addresses

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Biden to urge COVID booster shots, at-home testing in fight against omicron variant

President Joe Biden is set to kick off a more urgent campaign for Americans to get COVID-19 booster shots Thursday as he unveils his winter plans for combating the coronavirus and its omicron variant with enhanced availability of shots and vaccines but without major new restrictions. The plan includes a requirement for private insurers to cover the cost of at-home COVID-19… Continue reading Biden to urge COVID booster shots, at-home testing in fight against omicron variant

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