Peter Murrell rearrested in SNP finances investigation | Scotland

Peter Murrell, the husband of the former Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon, has been rearrested and questioned for a second time by police investigating allegations of financial wrongdoing by the Scottish National party. Murrell, the former chief executive of the SNP, was first arrested and interviewed as a suspect by Police Scotland detectives in April […]

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Here’s What Happens When You Take an IRA Withdrawal to Buy a Home

In February, the median existing U.S. home sold for $384,500, as per the National Association of Realtors. That’s a 5.7% uptick from February 2023. Higher home prices have made it difficult for a lot of first-time buyers to come up with down payments. Even though many mortgage lenders will accept down payments that are lower

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$93 Billion Real Estate Giant Is Betting The Market Is About To Hit Rock Bottom

$93 Billion Real Estate Giant Is Betting The Market Is About To Hit Rock Bottom Successful real estate investors have long followed the adage: When there is blood in the street, buy property. Historically, this approach has yielded dividends, and it explains the mindset behind a new venture from Hines, a real estate giant with

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Comer, Raskin get into shouting match: ‘Somebody needs therapy here’ 

Reps. James Comer (R-Ky.) and Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) got into a heated shouting match during a congressional hearing Wednesday. The two top lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee shouted over each other for more than five minutes during a hearing on the Chinese Communist Party on Wednesday. They hurled questions at each other during an

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Allman Brothers Band’s Dickey Betts Dead at 80

Dickey Betts, the singer, songwriter, and guitarist of the Allman Brothers Band whose piercing solos, beloved songs and hell-raising spirit defined the band and Southern rock in general, died Thursday morning at the age of 80. The cause was cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Betts’ manager David Spero confirmed to Rolling Stone. “It is

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Enormous snake in ancient India was longer than a school bus

Another day in science, another massive, ancient snake discovery. Paleontologists in India have unearthed fossilized vertebrae from a snake that slithered around the sub-continent about 47 million years ago and may have grown as long as nearly 50 feet. The newly discovered, extinct species is named Vasuki inidicus, after the mythical serpent coiled around the

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KD College Prep Launches Revamped On-Demand Core Program for Admissions Prep

On Feb. 2, 2024, KD College Prep released a fully revamped version of the On-Demand Core Program. The product relaunch features a new collection of self-paced test prep activities that will prepare students for the digital SAT® test and the ACT® test. Coppell, United States – April 18, 2024 — On Feb. 2, 2024, KD

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Author granted copyright over book with AI-generated text—with a twist

Getty Images Last October, I received an email with a hell of an opening line: “I fired a nuke at the US Copyright Office this morning.” The message was from Elisa Shupe, a 60-year-old retired US Army veteran who had just filed a copyright registration for a novel she’d recently self-published. She’d used OpenAI’s ChatGPT

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How O.J. Simpson’s Impact on Media Coverage Leaves Mixed Feelings

Dan Abrams has enjoyed a tremendously successful career, which currently includes roles as chief legal analyst at ABC News and host of NewsNation’s “Dan Abrams Live.” But he knows it was the O.J. Simpson murder trial almost 30 years ago that put him on the map — and he has complicated feelings about it. “I’ve

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Aurinia Pharmaceuticals: Potential For Significant Upside By Year-End 2024 (NASDAQ:AUPH)

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Ancient ichthyosaur found on UK beach may be the largest marine reptile ever

Illustration of an Ichthyotitan severnensis carcass washed up on a beach Sergey Krasovskiy The 200-million-year-old fossilised remains of an ancient ichthyosaur, unearthed on a beach in south-west England, may be part of the largest marine reptile ever found. In 2020, amateur fossil hunters stumbled across a giant chunk of bone at Blue Anchor beach in

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March homes sales dropped despite a surge in supply. Here’s why.

Prospective buyers attend an open house at a home for sale in Larchmont, New York, US, on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023.  Tiffany Hagler-Geard | Bloomberg | Getty Images Sales of previously-owned homes dropped 4.3% in March compared with February, to a seasonally adjusted, annualized rate of 4.19 million units, according to the National Association of

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Salma Hayek Pairs Bombshell Tassels and Platform Heels for an Italian Night Out

Venice will this week welcome thousands more visitors from across the world with the opening of its 60th Biennale, exhibiting the work of more than 330 participating artists from some 90 countries. But much like London’s Frieze, Miami’s Art Basel, or Milan’s Salone del Mobile, the trade show has increasingly positioned itself as a fashion-adjacent

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Rwanda bill – live: Rishi Sunak to resist Lord’s amendment to help Afghan heroes as no guarantee of fights by spring

Related video: MP who made Rayner complaint unable to explain what offence he thinks she committed Sign up for the View from Westminster email for expert analysis straight to your inbox Get our free View from Westminster email Rishi Sunak has doubled down on his refusal to exempt Afghan heroes who served with British forces

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The Download: American’s hydrogen train experiment, and why we need boring robots

Like a mirage speeding across the dusty desert outside Pueblo, Colorado, the first hydrogen-fuel-cell passenger train in the United States is getting warmed up on its test track. It will soon be shipped to Southern California, where it is slated to carry riders on San Bernardino County’s Arrow commuter rail service before the end of

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