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The live-action show is in early development, series author Rick Riordan revealed.
The University of Akron is trimming 23% of its athletics budget, and on May 14 announced it will end three varsity sports programs.
Typhoon Vongfong brought winds of nearly 100 mph to Samar, the country’s eastern island.
Universal Pictures is behind the remake, which “Call Me by Your Name” filmmaker will direct.
The May 15 earthquake was centered near the town of Tonopah and was the largest in Nevada in 66 years.
Slovenia announced May 15 that the pandemic was over inside its borders. the first European country to tempt fate by saying the coast is clear.
Before COVID-19, the 118-year-old company was already struggling to overcome a decade of executive instability and damaging market trends.
Senate Republicans made it clear that the $3 trillion bil favored by House Democrats will be dead on arrival.
Days after saying it would end “hero” pay to frontline workers, Kroger announced bonuses.
China’s chief diplomat to Israel, Du Wei, was found unresponsive in his bed with no signs of violence, dead at the age of 57.
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