Jeep’s comeback vehicle Meridian lacks the bite

The Meridian feels comfortable and upright with the quality of gadgetry, interiors and plastics expected from an international brand car. However, it lacks the overall premium-ness that may come with a top-end Japanese car or even a mid-range German car, says Pavan Lall. It’s a pattern that seems to repeat itself with rare exceptions. A foreign car-maker lands in India […]

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Josh Gad Signs With CAA

Grammy winner and Tony nominee Josh Gad has signed with CAA. The actor is best known for voicing Olaf in the Frozen franchise, for which he won a Grammy; his Tony Award-nominated role as Elder Arnold Cunningham in the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon; and his performance as LeFou in the live-action adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. His other […]

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Buffalo 8 Names Adam Harris Engelhard Head Of Production And B8 Services

Bondit’s Buffalo 8 has hired Adam Harris Engelhard as head of production and B8 Services. The executive previously founded and ran literary management and production firm Mailroom Entertainment. He is currently producing two projects alongside Dana Brunetti, one starring Lucy Liu and the second with Vanessa Hudgens attached to star. Engelhard started his career at ICM before transitioning to producing. […]

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Biden Signs National Security Memorandum To Combat Illegal Fishing

Monday, President Joe Biden signed a National Security Memorandum to address illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and related harmful fishing practices in the United States. The White House said the Biden Administration will address IUU fishing by increasing coordination with diverse stakeholders — public and private, foreign and domestic. The United States Government will use the full range of […]

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This Is the Fastest Human in History

“Fast” insofar as humans are concerned, can be measured based on time over several traditional distances. The leading marathon runners can finish a course in just over two hours. The sub-four-minute mile has been the measure for that distance for several decades. The four-minute mile was one of the central races at track and field events. For centuries, many experts […]

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U.S. Stocks Holding On To Strong Gains In Afternoon Trading

After moving sharply higher early in the session, stocks continue to turn in a strong performance in afternoon trading on Tuesday. The major averages have all shown strong moves to the upside after ending last Friday’s trading mixed. Currently, the major averages are hovering firmly in positive territory. The Dow is up 608.00 points or 2 percent at 30,496.78, the […]

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These Are the Cities With the Most COVID-19 Cases

The U.S. reported over 665,000 new cases of coronavirus over the seven days ending June 26, bringing the total count to more than 85.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 1,005,000 COVID-19-related deaths — the highest death toll of any country. New cases continue to rise, albeit at a slowing rate. In the past week, there […]

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Asian Shares Rise In Quiet Trading

Asian stocks posted strong gains on Tuesday as bargain hunting emerged at lower levels after a recent sell-off. Trading was quiet in the absence of any cues from Wall Street. U.S. markets, which were closed on Monday for a holiday, looked set for a higher open later in the day, with the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq futures all rising over […]

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Big US Cities Where the Most Families Need Food Stamps

Inflation has driven up the prices of nearly all goods and services, including necessary items such as groceries. The cost of a carton of eggs was 32% higher in May compared to a year ago. According to a report by Moody’s Analytics, American families pay $311 more each month, on average, for essential goods compared to one year ago. To […]

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