Alabama House approves expanding private school scholarship program

  (Fox News) : House lawmakers in Alabama approved a bill that would expand the pool of students eligible to receive scholarships for private K-12 schools. The measure will now head to Gov. Kay Ivey. ..

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Spain Charges Shakira of Tax Evasion for the Second Time, Demanding $7.1 Million

Shakira has been charged with tax evasion by the Spanish government in relation to a tax evasion case from the time when she was living with then-partner Gerard Pique and their two sons in Barcelona.

Stimulus update: Direct Minnesota payments worth up to $1,300 to finish sending in three days

Minnesota homeowners or renters who qualified for property tax rebates of up to $1,300 could see payments hit their bank account or via a check in the mail in three days.

New video shows how Ukrainian pilots are figuring out how to fly the F-16 in between their combat missions

When they're not flying their Soviet-era planes in missions, Ukrainian pilots are using VR and trainer aircraft to train on the F-16 fighter jet.

Parents in plea to authorities over school where teachers are scared for their safety

Parents have told WalesOnline they are supportive of the striking teachers, who they claim are not receiving support from the school authorities despite being 'threatened' by some pupils.

Sources: Lillard heading to Bucks in 3-team deal

The Portland Trail Blazers are trading guard Damian Lillard to the Milwaukee Bucks as part of a 3-team deal that also includes the Phoenix Suns, sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

New Jersey Supreme Court to rule on pandemic-related insurance exclusions

New Jersey’s Supreme Court is considering whether an Atlantic City casino can get payouts from business interruption insurance for losses during the COVID-19 outbreak

Woman diagnosed with ADHD at age 30 says 'I had no idea about five common symptoms'

Kelly said her 'mind was blown' when she found out after her late diagnosis that some of her habits were potential signs of ADHD

Oti Mabuse opens up on Strictly exit and recalls 'dark days' where she 'couldn't eat'

Strictly Come Dancing legend Oti Mabuse, who is currently expecting her first baby, left the BBC show in February last year before joining the judging panel on ITV's Dancing on Ice

The Repair Shop tease major change to show in exciting announcement ahead of latest episode

The Repair Shop has teased an exciting new announcement ahead of Wednesday night's episode.

Bradley Cooper debuts a new buzz cut as he talks on the phone in NYC... after watching his beloved Philadelphia Eagles play football in Florida

Bradley Cooper debuted a new buzz cut on Tuesday. The star of the upcoming Leonard Cohen biopic Maestro, 48, showed off his newly shorn locks in the West Village of New York City.

Damian Lillard is TRADED to the Milwaukee Bucks in blockbuster three-team trade, as Jrue Holiday and DeAndre Ayton head to the Blazers

The Damian Lillard trade saga is over, as the Bucks have landed the star point guard according to ESPN.

Family hoping to flee 'dangerous' US state over anti-LGBT laws

Avi, Ember, Emalee and Ray, who live in the US state of Montana, have set up a fundraiser to help them move to a more friendly state.

Attorneys of a 2021 Colorado supermarket shooting case to debate whether suspect is competent to stand trial

The defense team of a suspect accused of killing 10 people at a Colorado supermarket in 2021 are set to debate an expert ruling that determined the suspect was competent to stand trial.

Harry Potter Ginny Weasley star Bonnie Wright welcomes first child and shares cute name

The actress, who played Ginny Weasley in the popular movie franchise, took to Instagram to post a picture of her newborn baby wearing a striped beanie and onesie

Kia, Hyundai recall 3.37 million US vehicles over fire risks

Hyundai and Kia are recalling a combined 3.37 million vehicles in the United States due to the risk of engine fires, telling owners to park outside and away from structures until repairs are complete.

Save $250 on the 2023 M2 MacBook Pro and level up your productivity

As of Sept. 27, you can grab the M2 MacBook Pro for $250 off. That makes it $2,249, down from its usual price of $2,499.

Trump and Biden run no-show campaigns with misplaced priorities

The United Auto Workers strike and the political posturing surrounding it expose that both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump simply aren’t up for the job, given both their misplaced priorities and their no-show

A look back at 25 years of Google

Google was created by Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford University, who moved the company to a garage in 1998.

Khloe Kardashian shows off her perky bottom in white leggings... after revealing she wakes up at 5AM to tone her butt with 'front weighted squats'

The reality TV diva, 39, made sure she showed off her perky bottom which appeared to be in its best shape ever as she did a yoga pose on a beach. She wakes up at 5am to do butt lifts.

Blazers trade Damian Lillard to Bucks in shocking NBA blockbuster

Damian Lillard is headed to an Eastern Conference contender — just not that one.

Best Small Personal Loans of October 2023

Upgrade, Best Egg, PenFed, First Tech, Navy Federal, Upstart, and Alliant are top picks for the best personal loans with affordable minimums.

Mom of murder suspect in Baltimore tech CEO death urges son to surrender to police

BALTIMORE — The mother of the suspect sought in a manhunt allegedly linked to the slaying of a Baltimore tech CEO said she spoke with her son over text message Tuesday and urged him to surrender to police.

Ricardo Dos Santos: Footage of Met police stop of black sprinter released as officers accused of misconduct

Athlete told misconduct hearing he was ‘afraid’ for his family’s safety when police followed them

Food stamps: Direct California SNAP payment worth up to $1,691 to be sent in four days

California is preparing to distribute payments for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as CalFresh, for October in four days to low-income households that need assistance with grocery purchases.

Gardaí threaten industrial action if row goes unresolved

The proposed move is one of a series of steps agreed by the Garda Representative Association.

'The View' Hosts Brutally Mock Trump's Finances In Wake Of Fraud Verdict

"Wait till Melania finds out he’s worth 800 bucks!" Joy Behar joked.

Rio Ferdinand snubs ex-Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in sporting GOAT debate

Former Man United defender Rio Ferdinand was asked who he ranked as his top four sporting GOATs

So-called fake elector wants case thrown out after Michigan attorney general calls him 'brainwashed'

One of the so-called fake electors wants criminal charges thrown out over Michigan Attorney General Dane Nessel's comments on the case. Nessel told a left-leaning group's Sept. 18 virtual event that she believed the 16

Canadian designer Peter Nygard lured victims into bedroom suite with handless doors: prosecutors

Peter Nygard, 82, reportedly invited five women to his bedroom suite at his Toronto headquarters, where he forced himself on them, prosecutors alleged.

Meta launches AI chatbots for Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp

Facebook parent unveils ‘mixed-reality’ Quest 3 headset to rival Apple’s Vision Pro

Model who went to footy game braless hits out for 'making her boobs the only topic'

Spanish model and actress Clara Galle has hit out at fans for ‘making her boobs the only topic’ after she was a guest at La Liga side Osasuna

What is long-term care insurance?

Long-term care insurance can provide valuable financial protections for seniors and older adults. Here's what to know.

North Dakota residents to weigh in on whether wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park should stay

The National Park Service has launched a 30-day public comment period to address the potential removal of North Dakota’s wild horses from the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

Burchett blasts State Department 'thugs' for funding alleged Palestinian terror-tied NGO

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN), in a Wednesday congressional hearing, slammed the State Department for bankrolling "thugs," citing a Washington Examiner report on how the agency granted cash to a Gaza Strip-based entity accused