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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.
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.
$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.
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.
The roof fell in during a baptism at an afternoon mass, local media reports say.
Iran official admits country'sAfter years of silence about its reported role in the massacres of U.S. Marines, diplomats and personnel in 1983, a senior Iran official publicly acknowledged Iranian regime terrorism.
Royal Family website crashesHacker KillMilk, the purported leader of the Russian hacktivist group Killnet, claimed in a Telegram post that they had attacked the Royal Family's official website on Sunday
Canelo trounces Charlo toCanelo Alvarez cruised to a one-sided decision over Jermell Charlo to remain the undisputed super middleweight champion Saturday night.
Oregon school won't comment onAn Oregon school said it cannot comment on whether or not a middle school student caught on video violently attacking a female classmate is transgender after the viral clip sparked outrage on social... media. The brutal beatdown unfolded recently in-between periods Hazelbrook Middle School in Tualatin, a suburb southwest of Portland, as dozens of students...
Major UK retail bosses pleadUK business leaders have asked for a meeting with the home secretary to press for a new offence of assaulting or abusing shop staff Almost 90 retail leaders, including the bosses of Tesco,... Sainsbury's, Boots and WH Smith, have written to the government demanding action on rising retail crime, in which violent criminals are "emptying stores". The retailers, who also include the bosses of Aldi, Primark and Superdrug, call for the creation of a new UK-wide aggravated offence of assaulting or abusing a retail worker - as already exists in Scotland - which would carry tougher sentences and require police to record all incidents of retail crime and allow the allocation of more resources.
Apple acknowledges iPhone 15Apple says bug in iOS 17 and some unoptimized third-party apps are to blame.
Charlie Watts' Fine Books AndThe Rolling Stones exude glamor, but the Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts was distinct among them for his literary and musical tastes. His auction proved him right.
Record-setting 260,000A record-setting number of migrants crossed the southern border into the United States in September, with over 260,000 encounters reported by Customs and Border Protection in the last 30 days,... according to a report. The stunning figure -- which is roughly the population of St. Petersburg, Florida -- is the highest monthly total ever reported...
Suzanne Morphew's body wasThe body of Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew was dumped in a remote area known as “The Boneyard,” where an aspiring Marine was found dead earlier this year and another woman went missing in... May. James Montoya, 26, disappeared in early April after leaving a bar with two men the night before he was slated to...
Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz OnMattel CEO Ynon Kreiz is weighing in on the forthcoming Barney film that has Daniel Kaluuya attached. “It's too early to be specific, but I can tell you we are taking a fresh approach that will... be fun, entertaining and culturally oriented. It will not be an odd movie,” Kreiz told Semafor in an interview. […]
Former Miss USA presidentCrystle Stewart, who was permanently removed from the organization, condemns the beauty queens for speaking out for the "wrong reasons."
Police Chief Behind MarionGideon Cody, who orchestrated a widely criticized raid on The Marion County Record, was suspended indefinitely, a city official said on Saturday.
Mainland China Bourses CloseHong Kong Stock Exchange also will be closed on Monday
Hubble snaps an autumnalA new image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a nebula in the gorgeous colors of autumn, just in time for leaf-changing season.
Tearful mom of 9-year-old girlThe family of a 9-year-old girl feared to have been abducted from an upstate New York park is begging for help as huge search efforts continue for the "trusting" girl thought to be in "imminent... danger."
Crime-fighting mom tracks downA mom in the UK who held sit-in protests outside the home of a man who allegedly stole her son's bike helped land the suspect in court, according to local reports.
Oil Industry to Act on MethaneMore than 20 oil and gas producers will cut methane emissions alongside setting targets to reach net zero by 2050, Sultan Al Jaber said.