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Business · Burbank
Warner Bros. axes ‘Batgirl,’ won’t release $90M HBO Max film
Warner Bros. Discovery has decided never to release DC's Batgirl, according to an exclusive report by the New York Post. The decision was made following disastrous test screenings of the film. It's said the screenings went down so poorly with test audiences that the studio decided to "cut its losses and run, for the sake of the brand's future." DC film was set to feature Hollywood stars Michael Keaton, Brendan Fraser, JK Simmons and Leslie Grace the film was scheduled for release in late 2022. The movie budget was between $70 million and $100 million.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 89 sources
Military · Punggye-Ri
North Korea 'paves the way' for more nuclear tests, U.N. report says
North Korea has ramped up preparations to conduct its first nuclear test since 2017, the United Nations warned. The international agency warned of new preparations at the country's northeastern test site. Satellite imagery suggests that Pyongyang has been repairing a network of tunnels at Punggye-ri.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 33 sources
Business · New York
Oil falls on demand worries, stronger U.S. dollar
By Sonali Paul MELBOURNE - Oil prices fell about 1% in early trade on Wednesday, reversing gains from the previous session ahead of a meeting OPEC+ producers on fears of a slowdown in global growth hitting fuel demand and a firmer dollar. Brent crude futures fell 94 cents, or 0.9%, to $99.60 a barrel at 0020 GMT, wiping out the previous session's gain. West Texas Intermediate (WTI)See the Story
62% Right coverage: 13 sources
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Taxa de desemprego nos EUA cai em julho uma décima para 3,5%
Neste período, foram criados 528 mil empregos, refere aquela entidade, destacando que os números do mercado de trabalho norte-americano já estão em níveis pré-pandemia de covid-19.See the Story
China’s export sector posts stronger than expected figures for July
Outbound shipments grew 18% after struggle with shortages of raw materials and lockdowns in first half of yearSee the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
iRobot and its Roomba vacuum cleaners in the Amazon purse!
Amazon signs one of the big hits of the summer with the announcement of the acquisition of iRobot. This name may not tell you anything, but its flagship product is much better known since it is the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner!See the Story
Bison Futé notes more than 1000 kilometers of traffic jams
For this summer vacation crossover that was classified black on French roads, traffic jams recorded a record for the year 2022.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Return travel leads to long traffic jams in front of the south portal of Gotthard
Day trippers and holiday return travel also led to traffic jams on both sides of the Gotthard road tunnel on Sunday. Cars backed up in front of the south portal in Ticino at noon between Faido and Airolo over a length of almost ten kilometers.See the Story
How leather alternatives are gaining popularity
Cactus bags, pineapple shoes and mushroom car seats — there are many vegan alternatives to leather. Now they're becoming socially acceptable.See the Story
Ukraine · Ukraine
Ukraine fears wheat harvest to fall by a third
The Ukrainian government fears that the wheat harvest will fall by 20 million tons for the current year, which is by a third compared to the previous year.See the Story