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Riley Leonard injury update:Here is the latest on Duke QB Riley Leonard, who suffered an ankle injury at the end of a loss to Notre Dame.
Who is with Taylor Swift atThe NFL rolled out the red carpet for Taylor Swift and Co. as she appeared at yet another Chiefs game.
$2.1 Billion Job CreationMovie studios have been accused of laying off film crews in the United Kingdom with little or no pay as a result of the ongoing Hollywood strikes despite receiving a record $2.1 bn in government... subsidies last year to drive employment in the screen sector.
Latin Music Revenue Hits PeakLatin music revenue is growing at an unprecedented pace in the United States, rising in consumption by 15% compared to the first half of 2022. Not only that, Spanish is now the second most... listened-to language in music across the U.S. accounting for an estimated 23% of listeners. These landmarks follow a breakthrough year for Latin […]
Second UK police probe openedThe latest probe seeks to find out more about "harassment and stalking allegations" from a woman who met Brand in 2015.
California governor rejectsCalifornia governor rejects bill to give unemployment checks to striking workers
U.S. shutdown avoided: SenateThe U.S. has somehow avoided a government shutdown after the Senate passed a bill to keep the government funded for 45 days just hours before Saturday's midnight deadline.
Charlotte Sena abductionCharlotte Sena has been found alive two days after the nine-year-old vanished while riding a bike in an upstate New York park.
'Angel of Death' serial killerThe former nurse, now 54, killed Liam Taylor, seven, Timothy Hardwick, 11, Becky Phillips, two months, and Claire Peck, 15 months at Grantham Hospital in Lincolnshire in 1991.
Missing 9-Year-Old Girl,Charlotte Sena went missing during an early evening bike ride on Saturday in Moreau Lake State Park. A suspect was in custody Monday evening after police raided homes in the vicinity.
UN Security Council approvesA multinational force led by Kenya will be deployed to troubled Haiti in order to combat rampant gang violence and insecurity. It marks the first such move in over 20 years.
Brazil expels illegal settlersThousands affected as government vows to stamp out land grabs in protected areas Brazil's government has begun removing thousands of non-Indigenous people from two native territories in a move that... will affect thousands who live in the heart of the Amazon rainforest. The Brazilian intelligence agency ABIN said in a statement that the goal was to return the Apyterewa and Trincheira Bacaja lands in Para state to the original peoples. It did not say whether or not the expulsion of non-Indigenous people had been entirely peaceful.
SAG-AFTRA and AMPTP to MeetActors union SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP concluded a full day of negotiations on Monday, the first time dealmakers have been in a room together since the union declared a strike on July 14. While little... details were shared about the talks, both sides plan to meet again this week at the SAG-AFTRA’s headquarters in the […]
Taco Bell employeeA Taco Bell employee in North Carolina has been hospitalized with "life-threatening injuries" after being shot by a suspect who believed he had been given the wrong amount of change after placing an... order, police said.
NYC college student sentencedElizabeth Polanco De Los Santos, 21, was sentenced Monday after spending months trapped in Dubai because of a travel ban.
Pope Francis opens possibilityPope Francis suggested it may be possible to bless same-sex unions in a newly public response to cardinals who questioned the pope's affirmation of the LGBTQ community.
Ex-chief of staff John KellyJohn Kelly corroborated several damning accounts alleging jarring disregard toward service members.
C-3PO 'Star Wars' Head CouldPart of a collection currently owned by Anthony Daniels, the actor famous for playing the iconic droid, it's one of over 1,800 lots going under the hammer in London.
Ford lays off 243 workers atLayoffs began Saturday for 243 workers at the Chicago Heights stamping plant, where Ford employs a total of about 1,000 people.
Key Takeaways From the FirstNew York's attorney general filed the lawsuit accusing the former president of inflating the value of his assets. She seeks a $250 million penalty and other punishments.
Ex-MLB pitcher Trevor BauerFor the first time since being accused of sexual assault, former Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer is speaking about the claims made by Lindsey Hill back in 2021.
Fantasy Football FAAB AdviceHow much of your FAAB budget should you bid on top Week 5 fantasy waiver wire pickups like Jaleel McLaughlin, Cole Kmett, and Tyler Boyd? We rank the best adds at every position and break down how... much you should spend.
Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced FTX founder, heard that it would cost $5 billion to get Donald Trump not to run for office, Michael Lewis reported in his book, "Going Infinite."
Biden urges Republicans toUS president says he is 'sick and tired' of domestic political brinkmanship as Volodymyr Zelenskiy vows to fight on in speech released on Defenders Day See all our Ukraine coverage Joe Biden has... pressed congressional Republicans to back a deal to provide more aid to Ukraine, after provisions for Kyiv were left out of a bill to avoid a US government shutdown. The US president said on Sunday he was "sick and tired" of the political brinkmanship, and that US support for Ukraine could not be interrupted "under any circumstances". Republicans had pledged to provide Ukraine aid through a separate vote, he said.
No, that does not mean you can leave it at home just yet Last week the internet was abuzz with talk that Singapore's commercial Changi airport was no longer going to require passports for clearance at... immigration. Although it is true the paper documentation will be replaced by biometric measures, it's not quite time to pack the document away....