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  • Associated Press

    Canada heads home from the World Cup with work to be done

    While Canada is understandably disappointed to be heading home following the World Cup’s group stage, in a way the team's work is just beginning with an eye toward 2026. The Canadians will turn their attention to their preparation for the next World Cup, which they will co-host with the United States and Mexico. Canada played in its first men's World Cup in 36 years, and just second overall, in Qatar.

  • Deadline

    AMC Networks CEO Christina Spade Exits After Less Than Three Months In Role

    In a surprising move, AMC Networks Chief Executive Officer Christina Spade has stepped down from her role after only three months. In a short statement, the AMC Networks Board of Directors said it is currently finalizing who it will name as a replacement. AMC Networks Chairman James Dolan said: “We thank Christina for her contributions […]

  • Associated Press

    European court rejects far-right teacher's blacklist appeal

    The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a German teacher's appeal against being blacklisted for her far-right activities, because they are considered incompatible with Germany's constitution. Ingeborg Godenau, who has a long history of involvement with far-right parties and groups, had petitioned the court to order her name removed from a list of teachers "deemed unsuitable for reappointment to a teaching post” that was compiled in 2009 by authorities in the central state of Hesse. The woman said that as a result of the listing all her applications for teaching posts had been unsuccessful and she had been unemployed and living off welfare benefits ever since.