Cristiano Ronaldo 'happy' in Saudi Arabia, wants other players to join him

  (CNN) : Cristiano Ronaldo concedes he did not expect to finish the season empty-handed at Al Nassr but the Portuguese forward says he is happy in Saudi Arabia and hopes other big-name players will follow him to the league for the next ..

Teenage lumberjack would rather not talk about how his first day went

A 16-YEAR-OLD boy who started his lumberjacking career yesterday would rather you did not ask how his first day went.

Treasury minister visits North East businesses

The Financial Secretary, Victoria Atkins MP, visited NETPark on 29 September to see how businesses are using full-expensing and R&D tax relief to help them grow.

5 Hotels Where Fall Takes Center Stage

Setting is everything when it comes to autumn getaways, and these hotels will put you in the right place at the right time.

Overworked and understaffed: Kaiser workers are on the brink of a nationwide strike

More than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente health care workers at hundreds of U.S. facilities could go on strike for three days starting Wednesday, in the largest health care strike in the county's history.

D.C.-area forecast: Clouds slowly wane through a sunnier Sunday

There could be a passing shower today or Saturday. Turning warmer each day.

This day in sports history: Rams move to City of Angels, American Stacy Allison reaches new heights

American Stacy Allison reaches new heights, the Los Angeles Rams make the move out west, and Muhammad Ali survives the hardest puncher in boxing history.

She received chemo in two states. Why did it cost so much more in Alaska?

A breast cancer patient who received similar treatments in two states saw significant differences in cost, illuminating how care in remote areas can come with a stiffer price tag.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's 'beautiful' life in Oklahoma: 'Now I get it'

Gwen Stefani opened up about living in Oklahoma with her country music star husband Blake Shelton, calling herself a "garden flower nerd."

Poll: Democrats and independents are glad they got Covid vaccines. Most Republicans regret it.

Just 36% of registered Republican voters who got a Covid-19 vaccine say it was worth it, while 57% say it was not, according to new NBC News polling.

A Silver Lining From the Pandemic: A Surge in Start-ups

New research suggests that big shifts in consumer and company behavior — and maybe federal stimulus dollars — have fueled entrepreneurship.

Irish Sea border confirmed this weekend as new trade rules begin, DUP MP claims

Sammy Wilson said his party would not return to Stormont to implement the deal agreed between the UK and the EU.

A century ago, Black WWI vets demanded better care. They got their own VA hospital

This is the centennial of the first Veterans Affairs hospital established to treat Black veterans. It opened in Tuskegee, Ala., after veterans were denied equitable health care after World War I.

Have a complaint about CVS? So do pharmacists: Many just walked out

After a large walkout forced at least a dozen stores to shut down in the Kansas City area, CVS promises change. But critics say the crisis in staffing and unfair pay extends beyond that market.

4 key things you need to know about government shutdowns

Most Americans aren't sure how the government shutdown will affect their lives. Here are some important points about how they work and how Washington makes them worse.

Conference cancels panel on biological sex in human skeletons over transphobia fears: Commits a 'cardinal sin'

American Anthropological Association and The Canadian Anthropology Society canceled an event on the importance of studying biological sex so as not to offend the transgender community.

Ryan Leaf breaks down pivotal USC-Colorado matchup

Former college football star Ryan Leaf broke down the game between USC and Colorado on Thursday's episode of OutKick’s “Hot Mic w/Hutton & Withrow."

Tim Brando dishes on Deion Sanders' college football impact, suggests media coverage misses mark

Fox Sports play-by-play announcer Tim Brando discussed Deion Sanders' impact on college football after taking over a Colorado program that went 1-11 in 2022.

Why Biden is taking a hands-off approach to the looming shutdown

The last time the U.S. was facing a fiscal crisis, President Joe Biden cut short an overseas trip and swiftly met with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to try to avert a debt default two weeks before the deadline.

Harry, Meghan made secret romantic Portugal trip after Invictus Games, rumored royal visit: report

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are believed to have indulged in a three-night stay on the Iberian Peninsula which reportedly saw them pay a visit to a royal relative.

After Libya's catastrophic floods, survivors and recovery teams assess losses

The floods in Derna left thousands dead, missing and displaced. Here are scenes from last week, as search and rescue teams and survivors dug through mud, continuing the work of recovery.

30 Carry-On Products If Checking A Bag Is Not An Option

All the space-optimizing, liquid-free carry-on items that reviewers say are must-haves. View Entire Post ›

From Trump's nickname to Commander Biden's bad behavior, can you beat the news quiz?

This week's GOP debate was overshadowed by who wasn't there, while the White House was roiled by more bad behavior from a four-legged inhabitant. Were you paying attention?

Target shutters stores, consumers affected as major companies grapple with massive theft losses

Target announced it would be closing nine stores due to theft and violence, and a loss prevention expert says the implications of the decision affect all consumers.

Starbucks: Brewing Innovation, Nurturing Human Connection

How the global leader in coffee remains more relevant than ever.

Russia's turn to North Korea for much-needed ammo a 'last resort' in Ukraine conflict: 'Hitting the dregs'

Russia has reached out to a number of allies across Asia and Asia Minor to bolster its weapons and munitions amid the conflict in Ukraine as both sides burn through their supplies.

Falcons center reveals his Super Bowl champion dad's best advice, says team is in 'good spot' after hot start

Atlanta Falcons center Dave Dalman opened up to Fox News Digital about his father's best advice and how the team has fared early this season.

The Lying Boss and Your Bottom Line

Telling customers that the staff makes more than the owners isn’t just petulant, it’s harmful.

Letterboxd, Online Haven for Film Nerds, Gets a New Owner

Two designers from New Zealand built a wildly popular social network for movie buffs. Now, they’re cashing in (and sticking around for the sequel).

On 'Scarlet,' Doja Cat finds power harnessing the darkness of online vitriol

The pop star has always loved out-trolling her trolls. But Doja Cat's fourth album and dramatic rollout pushes that persona further, interpreting her antics through a playfully demonic lens.

A Statue Draped With Snakes? In Italy, It Happens Every Year.

Held in a small, mountainous village, this festival has it all: snakes, charmers, religion, science. See for yourself — and try not to squirm.

Jets superfan 'Fireman Ed' Anzalone joins crew wanting Zach Wilson out of New York: 'It's over!'

New York Jets superfan "Fireman Ed" Anzalone is among the mass group of the fan base that believes it's time for the franchise to move on from Zach Wilson.

What closes and what keeps running in a federal government shutdown

A government shutdown is looming but not every federal office will close completely. Some critical services will continue as employees work without pay.

UAW and automakers should fight Washington, not each other

UAW and automakers should fight Washington, not each other. Both groups are suffering because Bidenomics caused inflation to rise and that's essentially a hidden tax.

Your alma mater can impact your pay. Here are the top colleges for earnings.

Americans are growing increasingly skeptical of the value of college, but some alums are pulling in close to $200,000 a year a decade after graduating.