Representatives called the accusations “100% untrue,” according to a report published Tuesday by The New York Post. Ryder accused Gibson of calling her an “oven dodger” when he found out about her Jewish ancestry in an interview with The Times published Sunday. … [Read more...] about Mel Gibson’s Representatives Deny Winona Ryder’s Claims Of Anti-Semitic Remarks
Automakers put screening procedures in place as Detroit’s Big Three — Fiat Chrysler, General Motors and Ford — as well as Honda and Toyota reopened dozens of factories from the Great Lakes states south to Tennessee and Texas and out west to Tesla’s factory near the San Francisco Bay. No one was immediately cranking out vehicles, because it will take time to get the plants restarted. But workers appeared reassured by the precautions. … [Read more...] about Automakers help restart U.S. industry as globe reopens further
For years, Britain has carried a sizable current account deficit, which means it spends more on goods, services and investments abroad than it brings in at home. That's now coupled with a worsening fiscal deficit as the country borrows huge amounts to finance its pandemic recovery plans. As of May, Britain's debt was bigger than the size of the entire economy for the first time since 1963. … [Read more...] about Could the United Kingdom become an emerging market?
The UFC is bolstered by its $1.5 billion rights deal with ESPN and its pay-per-view income, which is likely to be robust this summer. While the NFL and college football look for ways to have fans in the stands this fall, White is “running this business right now like there won’t be fans. It’s not even a consideration right now.” … [Read more...] about No longer Dana White’s dream, UFC’s Fight Island is real
“After the terrors of the Holocaust, I was blessed to have the opportunity to come to the United States of America,” Mosberg’s letter continued. “I arrived as [an] immigrant without a penny to my name and worked hard to build a future for my wife and family.” … [Read more...] about 94-year-old Holocaust survivor invites DeSean Jackson to tour Auschwitz