Tom Hagen, a media-shy real estate investor and owner of an electric company, was arrested on his way to work. Police believe Falkevik Hagen, who has never been found, had been killed and said they “cannot exclude a staged kidnapping to hide it.”
Martial arts teacher, Jason Baird, took to dressing up as the Marvel superhero for his daily jog, replete with acrobatic jumps and somersaults.
Brian Wiedman, a comic grader at Heritage, says the daily strips are currently selling on average from around $500 to $700, and the longer Sunday strips are selling for $1,500 to $3,000.
The 79-year-old Canadian author, who has written over 40 works of fiction including the famous book "The Handmaiden's Tale", received the Order of the Companions Award which is held by only 65 people at one time.
Both the looks and the temperature were red-hot Sunday on the Emmys red carpet, where Hollywood's top stars battled the heat and humidity to bring their fashion A-game.
Proving again the lure of a good scare, the Stephen King-inspired film "IT Chapter Two" took in $91 million this weekend to top the North American box office.
Del Nero was suspended from all football-related activities and fined $1 million last year by FIFA's disciplinary committee after a graft probe revealed he received bribes in exchange for awarding broadcast contracts at major tournaments.
HBO says the record-breaking final season drew 43 million viewers on average for each episode in the United States alone, an increase of 10 million over Season 7 in 2017.
The fire at the FR Tower, located on a busy avenue in Dhaka's Banani commercial district, was the latest in a city where building regulations and safety norms are often flouted.
Steve Ditko, the Marvel Comics artist who brought Spider-Man to the world in 1962 has passed away at the age of 90.
Author of more than 25 books, Roth was both hailed and derided for laying bare the neuroses and obsessions that haunted the modern Jewish-American experience. His agent says the author died of congestive heart failure.
The movie, the 11th instalment in the X-Men series based on characters from Marvel Comics, netted $174.9 million abroad, the biggest foreign debut ever for an R-rated title.
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