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According to a recent survey, a whopping 86% of young Americans want to be a social media content creator. They see other young people earning fame and fortune by doing what they love and sharing it online.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Flora Duffy achieved instant national hero status when she won Bermuda’s first Olympic gold medal on Tuesday after delivering a dominant run leg for an emphatic victory in the women's triathlon on a stormy Tokyo course.
NEW YORK: Oil prices steadied on Monday after a choppy session as the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant stoked fears about fuel demand, but losses were limited by forecasts that crude supply will be tight the rest of the year.
(Reuters) -Tesla Inc posted a bigger second-quarter profit than expected on Tuesday thanks to higher sales of its less-expensive electric vehicles, as it raised vehicle prices and cut costs.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - British and Irish Lions forward Mako Vunipola shrugged off an accusation of being "reckless and dangerous" from the South Africa camp as the verbal jousting began ahead of the second test in Cape Town on Saturday.
IZU, Japan (Reuters) - Dutch cyclist Mathieu van der Poel avoided serious injury after his dramatic crash on the first lap of the mountain bike event on Monday, his team have confirmed.
NAIROBI/ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Residents of Ethiopia's Amhara region said on Monday some young men were responding to a weekend call to arms by their president, as Amhara's government denied that forces from neighbouring Tigray had advanced further into the region.
TOKYO: Australia’s Ariarne Titmus (pic) lit up the pool with a stunning victory over Katie Ledecky at the Tokyo Games yesterday, but when it comes to celebrations it was her wide-eyed, hip-thrusting coach Dean Boxall who deserved an Olympic gold.
IRON ore prices have suffered their worst week for nearly 18 months amid signs that the two factors needed for a sustained correction may be coming into play – Chinese steel producer discipline and a recovery in supply of ore.
President Rodrigo Duterte said the country’s battle against illegal drugs remained unfinished business, in comments made in his final State of the Nation address before he ends his single six-year term next year.