Peacock strikes streaming deal with WWE reportedly valued at over $1 billion
As the streaming wars continue, Peacock hopes to make the competition tap out with a key new deal. NBCUniversal's streaming service Peacock will become the exclusive streaming home of the WWE Network in the United States as part of a multi-year agreement that The Wall Street Journal reports is valued at over $1 billion. WWE Network is World Wrestling Entertainment's standalone streaming service...
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Coronavirus updates: Biden to ban travelers entering the U.S. from countries where variants have spread
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Juvenile arrested in killings of 5, including pregnant woman
Indianapolis police say they have arrested a juvenile male in the killings of five people, including a pregnant woman, who were shot to death inside a home
California lifts regional stay-at-home order amid 'positive signs' of slower spread
California said Monday it is lifting a regional order that called on residents to stay home except for "essential activities," as the state cited "positive signs" about the spread of COVID-19.
Judge blocks release of Capitol riot suspect seen with zip ties as prosecutors eye possible sedition charges
Thousands of Chicago teachers not heading back to classrooms following union vote, will remain remote
Texas man arrested in DC with unlicensed pistol, 80 rounds after telling cop he needed info on Oval Office
California lifts COVID-19 stay-at-home-order after improvements in cases, hospitalizations
California lifted its stay-at-home order in the Bay Area and across the state based on improved ICU projections.
Coronavirus: Major improvements in cases, hospitalizations in California prompt lifting of stay-at-home order
Supreme Court Won’t Hear Sheldon Silver's Appeal
Mr. Silver, who once dominated state politics as the speaker of the New York Assembly, was convicted of taking illicit payments from real estate developers.