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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Workday, CrowdStrike, Horizon Therapeutics and more

Check out the companies making headlines in after hours trading. — Workday gained 6% postmarket Tuesday after earnings beat Wall Street estimates on both the top- and bottom lines. The software vendor reported adjusted earnings per share of 99 cents on $1.6 billion in revenue, where analysts expected adjusted earnings of 84 cents per share and $1.59 billion in revenue, per Refinitiv.
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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: all Academy class mid-term and finals answers

The Pokémon world is both familiar and yet quite different from our own. On one hand, the existence of all these powerful creatures has created a culture almost entirely focused on catching, training, and battling Pokémon. On the other hand, kids still need to get an education, which is where the Academy comes in. Sure, in past games, your young trainer was free to leave home and travel the world without a care in the world, but in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet,you will be a student first.
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Minor facial scars do not have negative affects on first impressions

After healing, minor facial scars have little or no effect on ratings of attractiveness, while some scars are even linked to more favorable ratings, suggests a survey study in the December issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. "Contrary to our predictions, we found that a single well-healed scar generally does...
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Dr. Oz and His Potential Return to the TV Talk Show Circuit

Dr. Mehmet Oz once had a good thing going as a best-selling author and the host of his own successful syndicated TV talk show. But then he got into politics. And now, according to Yahoo! News, and the Jezebel media outlet, Oz wants to get his TV show back, after pursuing what journalist Susan Rinkunas described as "a deeply embarrassing run for Senate in Pennsylvania—where he does not live—and spent nearly $27 million of his own money, before losing the state by a bigger margin than Donald Trump did in 2020. The whole thing was a spectacular self-own. Now this man is reportedly desperate to get back on TV, and the industry is not particularly interested in his comeback."

What you should know about car crashes in Arizona

The topic of car crashes in Arizona is constantly on the minds of Valley residents because of how often they happen. Between wrong-way crashes, drunk driving incidents, and multiple-vehicle collisions, it can be incredibly daunting to drive in the metro Phoenix area. To keep yourself and the motorists you share the road with safe, it is important to stay alert and drive prudently when you’re behind the wheel.

U.S. advances in World Cup with 1-0 win over Iran

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Christian Pulisic scored while crashing headfirst into the goalkeeper in the 38th minute and the United States advanced to the knockout round of the World Cup with a 1-0 win over Iran on Tuesday in a politically charged rematch of their famous meeting a quarter-century ago.

Manchester United Sale Talk Drives 70% Surge in Stock Price

The Glazer family is showing more interest in selling Manchester United — and investors are taking notice. The publicly traded team’s stock price has surged more than 70% over the past week. The Glazers are reportedly looking for a price above $7.2 billion, which would be a world...

Names released of fatalities in two-vehicle crash north of Scotland

SCOTLAND, S.D. – Names have been released of the two people who died last Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2002, in a two-vehicle crash north of Scotland. Preliminary crash information indicates that a 2010 Kenworth T800 semi-truck and trailer were traveling northbound on South Dakota Highway 25 when it crossed the center line while navigating a curve and struck a southbound 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT Minivan.
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England Advances to Round of 16, Defeats Wales 3-0 at 2022 World Cup

England is headed to the knockout stage after a convincing 3-0 win over Wales on Tuesday. The Three Lions also captured first place in Group B, securing seven points over the past three games. The first half of England-Wales started slow with the Three Lions possessing the ball a whopping...

Winners, Losers From England's 2022 FIFA World Cup Group Stage Games

England defeated Wales 3-0 in Tuesday’s Group B finale and currently sits pretty at the top of the group’s leaderboard entering the next phase of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The Three Lions’ World Cup journey began against Iran, where they dominated 6-2, bringing England off to an intimidatingly exceptional start. Next, Harry Kane & Co. faced the United States where they secured a 0-0 draw. And during their third fixture, England crushed Wales 3-0 after an exciting back-to-back-to-back three goals in the second half.

Renton man arrested in connection to 1998 homicide

Marysville Police arrested a 52-year-old Renton man Monday morning in connection to the murder of 19-year-old Jennifer Brinkman. Police said the man has been living and working in the east Puget Sound area since the homicide took place. He was arrested with the help of advancements in DNA and genetic genealogy.

2022-23 Preseason Profile: SES girl's basketball

On the heels of a fantastic 20-4 campaign in which they punched a ticket to the 3A state tournament, the Southeast of Saline girl’s basketball team will look to reload and run it back for the 2022-23 season. The Lady Trojans will once again be led by head coach...

Argument over a beer leads to alleged Ala. stabbing

SAMSON, Ala. (WDHN) — Martin Pop Chub is accused of stabbing a man in Samson Saturday night and police say the argument started over a beer. “Asked for a beer and they were saying, ‘What are you doing coming over here getting a free beer?’ to that degree and the argument ensued,” Samson Police Chief Jimmy Hill said.

Environmental group sues over Camel’s Hump logging plans

MONTPELIER, Vt. (WCAX) - An environmental group is suing the state of Vermont over a logging operation on Camel’s Hump. The group Stranding Trees, and two Duxbury residents are suing the state and the commissioners of the Department Forests, Parks and Recreation, and Fish and Wildlife. “This lawsuit is...