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Here are the top news and stories in entertainment, sports, technology, gadgets genre from November 2, 2021 :
1. Vanessa Bryant, Kobe’s widow, won’t have to undergo a mental exam, judge rules
November 2, 2021 As part of Vanessa Bryant’s lawsuit, Los Angeles County sought to compel psychiatric evaluations for her and others to determine if they truly suffered emotional distress over crash scene photos.
2. Biden proposes new rules to cut climate-warming methane emissions
November 2, 2021 In a major expansion, the new rules would apply not just to new operations but to older ones as well. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, and considered key to slowing global warming quickly.
3. A California court says drug companies aren’t liable for the state’s opioid crisis
November 1, 2021 In a ruling issued late Monday, state superior court Judge Peter J. Wilson found the companies, including Johnson & Johnson, aren’t “legally liable” for the opioid crisis.
4. An Oklahoma woman vanishes while searching for her missing son and his friend
November 1, 2021 Eighty-year-old Glenda Parton’s vehicle was found abandoned near Tulsa last Tuesday after she was searching for her son and his friend who also had gone missing.
5. Israel’s energy minister couldn’t enter COP26 because of wheelchair inaccessibility
November 1, 2021 Energy minister Karine Elharrar says she was taken to several entrances on Monday, the first full day of the conference, but was unable to get inside from any of them.
6. Robert Durst has been indicted in the 1982 murder of his wife, Kathie Durst
November 1, 2021 The second-degree murder indictment comes weeks after an investigator in the case filed a criminal complaint. Asked if he had any reaction, Robert Durst’s lawyer Chip Lewis emailed: “Fake news!”
7. Shanghai Disneyland is shut down, and 30,000 people are tested, after one COVID case
November 1, 2021 On Sunday, people weren’t allowed to leave the park due to contact tracing after a woman tested positive for COVID-19 after her visit. It’s the latest in China’s strict measures to fight the disease.
8. The largest municipal force in the U.S. has thousands on unpaid leave over vaccines
November 1, 2021 About 9,000 New York city employees are on unpaid leave for failing to heed Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Oct. 20 vaccine mandate.
9. ‘The Souvenir Part II’ is a near-perfect sequel about loss and art
November 1, 2021 Filmmaker Joanna Hogg conceived her 2019 semi-autobiographical drama The Souvenir as a two-part work. The second installment is a wonderfully generous movie, sardonic in tone but rich in emotion.
10. Edgar Wright tells a different kind of ghost story in ‘Last Night in Soho’
November 1, 2021 Wright’s new movie centers on a young woman who is transported in her dreams into the swinging ’60s of London: “The film is sort of about having nostalgia for a decade that you never lived in.”