Government attacks free will when it assaults property rights

  (Washington Times) : Last week, the Supreme Court, in a surprising display of unanimity, upheld the traditional values underlying property rights when it prevented the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating mud puddles. ..

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Biden administration looking to expand coverage of OTC birth control, other products

The Biden administration is asking for public comment on whether to require most health insurance plans to cover a range of over-the-counter (OTC) preventive products, including contraception, for free. The Affordable Care Act

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Are more than 1,000 children really missing in Cleveland?

Cleveland has seen a notable jump - 20 per cent - in missing child cases this year. But Cleveland Police are eager to dispel reports exaggerating the problem, Andrea Blanco reports

U.S. Charges IRS Contractor With Tax Return Leak

Federal prosecutors charged an Internal Revenue Service contractor with stealing tax information of a public official and thousands of wealthy Americans.

Archdiocese of Baltimore files for bankruptcy as it readies for onslaught of sex abuse lawsuits

The first Catholic diocese to ever exist in America has filed for bankruptcy in anticipation of a wave of sex abuse lawsuits, The Baltimore Banner reported. The Archdiocese of Baltimore made the move in the wake of a new state law

These 18 Photos And Videos Show How Intense And Scary The Flooding Is Around New York City Right Now

A state of emergency was declared on Friday for New York City and several surrounding areas as a result of the flooding. View Entire Post ›

Breaking: Multiple casualties after two trains collide at Aviemore

The incident, which happened at 7pm this evening, could affect services to and from Perth.

Ryder Cup 2023: Same again for Europe in foursomes but in different order

Luke Donald is sticking with his tried-and-tested foursomes formula for the opening session on the second day of the 44th Ryder Cup.

14-year-old girl and driver killed after school bus overturns on M53

A bus driver and a 14-year-old schoolgirl have died in a motorway crash involving a school coach near Hooton in Cheshire. 

First co-defendant in Trump Georgia election case pleads guilty

Scott Hall, one of 18 co-defendants of former President Donald Trump in the Georgia election interference case, pleaded guilty to the charges against him.

Aviemore: Two people in hospital after trains collide at station

Paramedics took two casualties to hospital by ambulance and three other people were treated at the scene.

Europe looks to run it back, U.S. will shake things up on Ryder Cup Day 2

It wasn't the start the Americans had hoped for in their quest to break their 30-year winless streak on European soil as Jon Rahm & Co. dominated Day 1. Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's matches

Dancing On Ice bosses already eyeing up Emmerdale legend for 2024 series of show

The 40-year-old actress is known for playing Leyla Harding in the long-running soap. She first appeared on the series from 2008 to 2011 and returned to the series in 2013

Pioneer of Black British Arts Movement finally recognised

Claudette Johnson is one of the founding members of the Black British Arts Movement formed in the 1980's, and is best known for her large scale portraits of Black people. 

Dealer who raked in £40,000 trading in misery told to pay back just £900

Leonard Newman, 39, and Denzel Chakara, 21, were jailed after raids on their respective homes in Llanharan and Cardiff resulted in 160g of class A drugs being seized

How AI tools could turn into job-killing machines

The scale of AI's impact is moving at such a pace that experts fear it could replace humans due to its ability to handle data and repetitive tasks.

20mph zones could be curbed by Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak is desperate to move away from questions about whether HS2 will be scrapped or foreshortened. His answer, it seems, sounds like a culture war on behalf of embattled motorists. 

Democrats vs. 'Bidenomics'

Nervous allies warn the White House about the 2024 message.

Jena Sims and America's Ryder Cup WAGs show off their own locker room at the course in Rome - complete with Team USA outfits - before heading out on the course to cheer on their men

It's not only the players and captains on America's Ryder Cup team receiving superstar treatment this week - with the wives and girlfriends also afforded their own locker room at the course in Rome.

15-year-old girl killed in school bus crash named

The 15-year-old girl who was killed in a school bus crash on the M53 in the Wirral has been named as Jessica Baker.

Brooklyn Beckham and wife Nicola Peltz 'left visibly disappointed after being denied entry to Paris nightclub' during Fashion Week

Stepping out on Thursday night amid the highly-anticipated event they engaged in a night of partying following the YSL beauty party and a meal at Costes.

What not to buy on Prime Day 2, from third-party scams to Ring cams

Here's what to avoid when you're shopping on Amazon Prime Day 2, from third-party sellers to deals that seem too good to be true.

Most Democratic senators are calling for Sen. Bob Menendez to resign in the wake of his bribery indictment

So far, the Democratic senators who have called for Menendez's resignation are mostly those facing competitive re-elections in 2024.

90,000 residents flee Nagorno-Karabakh amidst uncertain future

The Armenian government has said that more than 90,000 residents of Nagorno Karabakh have now left the disputed territory. 

Pakistan attacks: At least 50 dead in two deadly bombings

At least 50 people have been killed in two attacks in Pakistan.

Households face tax rise of £3,500 by next election, says IFS

It's an accolade that Rishi Sunak's government would rather not have been awarded. The Institute of Fiscal studies has said that it will have presided over the biggest set of tax rises since the Second World War. 

Police issue update on all 58 people involved in 'truly horrific' M53 school bus crash which left two dead

A 14 year-old girl and the driver were killed with over a dozen others injured

Trump weighs in on Taylor Swift relationship with NFL star Travis Kelce, predicts if relationship with last

Former President Donald Trump gave his personal opinion on the budding relationship between pop music icon Taylor Swift and NFL star Travis Kelce in a new interview.

Student loan restart: Payments to begin again when federal pause ends in two days

Millions of borrowers will have to resume their monthly payments when the COVID-19-era pause on student loan payments ends in two days.

Mayor Eric Adams blasted for weak, slow response to massive storm

While virtually every line of the city's subway system saw delays or cancellations Friday morning and roadways throughout the city were inundated with rainwater, the Adams administration relied on retweeting other agencies to

US government shutdown increasingly likely

In the United States, a government shutdown is looking increasingly likely unless agreement over spending levels can be reached between Republicans and Democrats in Congress within hours.

Archdiocese of Baltimore, More than 200 Years Old, Files for Bankruptcy

Maryland is set to allow sex-abuse lawsuits that have been barred by time limits.

Will the Conservative lower taxes?

Earlier we spoke to Giles Wilkes, who was economic adviser to Theresa May, and James Cowling, founder of Next Gen Tories, which campaigns for youth-friendly policies - including lower taxes.

Top BP executive in US Dave Lawler to leave company

Departure announced just weeks after resignation of global CEO Bernard Looney