Celebrities'Interest in Private Equity, Italian Villages, and Electric SUVs




Today's News

In today's news, we take a look at the various celebrity investments in private equity, 8 little-known Italian villages, Jeep's new electric SUVs, and more.


  • Celebrities are interested in private equity because it provides them with opportunities to invest in unglamorous businesses that can be highly profitable.
  • 8 Italian villages that are relatively unknown but offer visitors a unique experience.
  • Jeep's first three electric SUVs are designed to be able to tackle any terrain.
  • When Bernard Shaw retired in 2001, he received well-wishes from many politicians and colleagues.
  • Queen Elizabeth II was an unlikely rebel because of her status and position.
  • Trump's reckless handling of nuclear documents could lead to disastrous consequences.
  • Musk vs. Twitter, Elizabeth Holmes seeks new trial, and the battle over returning to the office.
  • James Corden says he stole from President Biden's bathroom.
  • The UK and EU are throwing $500 billion at energy subsidies.
  • Bob Iger says that Disney buying Twitter would have been irresponsible.
  • Photos: The life of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Opinion: We could see slow economic growth for the rest of the decade.
  • Anti-LGBTQ protesters were blocked by "angels" at a Pride event.
  • Opinion: Why I'm a space environmentalist -- and why you should be, too.
  • Big oil companies are spending millions to appear "green," but their investments tell a different story, according to a new report.
  • Obama to campaign for 2022 candidates, including those for secretary of state.
  • A Chinese pine nut picker was rescued after drifting 300km in a hydrogen balloon.
  • GM unveils a $30,000 electric SUV that will be one of the cheapest EVs available.
  • Karlie Kloss says that fashion designers of the future will need to know how to code.
  • "Lord of the Rings" stars defy racist critics after a Prime show controversy.
  • British PM Liz Truss reacts to Queen Elizabeth's death.
  • NASA eyes two dates in late September for Artemis I launch, but hurdles remain.
  • New Hampshire Gov. Sununu endorses Chuck Morse days before Senate GOP primary.
  • The Apple Watch Ultra looks like the ultra-rugged smartwatch we’ve been waiting for.
  • All the Queen's presidents: From Truman to Biden.
  • "Pinocchio" transforms the little puppet made of wood into a film that's not so good.
  • Lewis Capaldi reveals he has been diagnosed with Tourette syndrome.
  • Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of "waging a vindictive war" in new countersuit over winery.
  • Russians will be able to buy the iPhone 14.
  • Chinese metropolis Chengdu extends Covid lockdown, again, with no end in sight.